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Sunday
October 16, 2005
I~ake City, Florida


Lake City City


Council to meet


Monday night

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ordinance to change
codes for subdivisions.
By LINDA YOUNG
.young@lakecityreporter. corn

The City of Lake City City
Council will consider several
_items that affect local citizens
't its Monday night meeting.
SThe meeting will be at city
ball in the second floor coun-
'eil chambers at 7:30 p.m. City
hall is located at 205 N.
Marion Ave.
An ordinance that changes,
the code for all subdivisions
is on the agenda for a first
read. Among changes are. a
hiodification to some mini-
mum right-of-ways footages,
which l would increase. Also.
within the amended code the
city would have the right to
refuse to incorporate subdivi-
sion, prone to flooding
unless that problem was
resolved. And the'city would
not integrate any existing
roads or streets unless they
were constructed to city
standards.
The council will have a
final reading on the request
by United, Outdoor Media to
rezone two parcels of land at
I-75 and the end of Gateway
Boulevard. United made the
request to enable it to replace
advertising billboards that
don't conform to current
standards and were
previously grandfathered in.
The council will also hear a
first reading of a proposal to
increase natural gas rates for
gas utility customers. The
proposed charges are:
Residential customer
natural gas rates of $8 per
month, a non-gas cost energy
charge of $0.6044 per therm
and a purchased gas adjust-
ment charge per therm to be
adjusted monthly.
Commercial customer
natural gas rates $21.15 per
.month, non-gas cost .energy


Also at the
meeting
A resolution will be
considered from the
Lake City City Council
Utility Committee to
increase the rates for
disposal of septic sludge
from $35 to $120 per
thousand gallons.
Also coming from the
utility committee is a
recommendation on a
request by the owners of
S & S Store No. 28 for
water and sewer
connections.
Resolution No. 2005-
096: To authorize the
city to enter into a
consent order with the
State of Florida,
Department of
Environmental Protection
related to violations of
the operating permit -
that expired June 28 -
for the city wastewater
treatment facility, wniich
is currently operating at
maximum capacity.
Resolution No. 205-
097: To lease land to
Merit Homes to
temporarily store for
transport up to 300 of
the FEMA homes it is
contracted to
manufacture for FEMA.
Resolution No. 2005-
098: To contract with an
architect for architectural
and inspection services
for an administrative
building at the new water
treatment plant.

charge of $0.2470 per therm
and a purchased gas adjust-
ment charge per therm to be
adjusted monthly. And there
is a competitive discount
available within certain
conditions outlined in the
proposed ordinance.


Spending without your discretion?


, District 1


Ronald Williams
Oct. 04 $61,895,00
Sept05 $7.033.90
SPENT $54,861.10
Money Available:
Oct. 05 $57,033,90


District 2


Dewey Weaver
Oct. 04 $89,757.00
Sept. 05 S80.101.7
SPENT $9,655.22
Money Available:
Oct. 1, 05 $130,101.78


District 3


District 4


District 5


George Skinner Jennifer Flinn Elizabeth Portel
Oct, 04 $62,370.00 Oct. 04 $25,989,00 took office
Sept, 05 $5.15.11 Sept_095 $ I0 2.88 Nov. 2004
SPENT $57,218.89 SPENT $24,936.12
Money Available: Money Available: Money Available:
Oct. 1, 05 $55,151.11 Oct. 1, 05 $51,052,88 Oct, 1, 05 $61,860


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District 5 commissioner James Montgomery retired from office on Nov. 1, 2004. He had a beginning balance of $91,153 on Oct. 1, 2004, spent
$30.600 on projects and there was a transfer of $27,000 listed during his tenure.




Your money, their will?


Feagle: County


Commissioners


follow the law

Some tax money has gone to pay for
trips to Sea World for developmentally-
disadvantaged at Richardson Middle.
By VALLI FINNEY
vfinney@lakecityreporter.com

Columbia County commissioners have funded
many organizations and events in the past year


using money
from their discre-
tionary accounts.
But, questions
are circulating
throughout the
area about
whether the use
of funds for some
purposes is with-
in legal bound-
aries established
by the state.
The county's
attorney, Marlin
Feagle, said he
has not seen any
expenditures
which were
illegal.
"I have not
reviewed the
expenditure of
discretionary
funds," he said,
"but from what I
know of the
expenditure of,
discretionary
funds, the
commissioners


Your taxes
at work?'
Discretionary fund
spending by Columbia County
commissioners from Oct. 1 2004
to Sept. 30, 2005.
DISCRETIONARY SPENDING
District 1 $54,861.10
District 2 $9,655.22
District 3 $57,218.89
District 4 $24,936.12
SPENT $225,964.33
In September, commissioners
improved an annual increase in
funds from $25,000 to $50,000
'That means more funds
available for spending wiihoui
any checks or balances.
DISCRETIONARY BALANCES
District 1 $57,033.90
District 2 $130,101.78
District 3 $55,151.11
District 4 $51,052.88
SPENT $355,199,67


have not done anything illegal," he said. '"They have
never asked me to review the expenditures."


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Richardson Middle School was given $1,000 each from two
county commissioners to send pupils to Sea World.


A split commission


Constituents call the
shots on funds; want
to keep their accounts.
By VALLI FINNEY
vfinney@lakecityreporter,com

Columbia County commis-
sioners have taken heat in
recent weeks on the use of a
discretionary fund and the car-
rying over of funds year after
year. ,
Some people in the commu-
nity question whether the com-
mnissioners are building war
chests so they have money to
spend just before election time,
leading the public to believe the
money is from their personal
accounts.
However, that money is
actually tax payers dollars.
Others in the community say
they don't think anything is
wrong with the way the money
is expended.
Because of the turmoil and
questions within the communi-
ty, the commissioners


unanimously approved a rule
last week requiring each one to
place on the consent agenda
any items they wish to fund.
The commissioners must then
vote to approve those items.
The Lake City Reporter
queried the commissioners on
whether they should keep the
funds, carry them from year-to-
year, or what the need is for
having them. The only commis-
sioner not to respond to repeat-
ed calls on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday to his
home and cellular telephone -
and two messages left in per-
son for him at the county's
administration building was
District 3 : Commissioner
George Skinner.
Each commissioner received,
$50,000 at the beginning of the
fiscal year, Oct.l1, to add to any
monies left from the previous
fiscal year 'which ended
Sept. 31. i
.For instance, District 2
COMMISSION
Continued on Page 8A


FHP major returns lights to commissioner


JENNIFER CHASTEEN/lake City Reporter
Relaxing Sunday
Lake City Community College Physical Therapy Assistant
students Jennifer Marrero (right) and Natasha Johnson (left)
give Brad Lefkowitz and Darlene Neal (far left, seated) neck,
massages during the Health Fair held at the Lake City Mall
Saturday. Local organizations provided free health
screenings, give-a-ways and information. Story on Page 3A.


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State law says funds'
to help police and fire
depart. ents are legal.
By VALI FINNEY
. ir inarei_"akecr, relorter.co'n

A Florida Highway Patrol
major who was appointed by
District 3. Commissioner
George Skinner to,, the
Columbia County Charter
Review Commission has


returned lights installed in
his cruiser to the
commissioner.
Maj. Richard D. Carpenter,
Troop B's commander,
received the light kit. He is
the same Rick Carpenter who
is one of three of Skinner's
appointees to the
commission.
Last month, Skinner was
appointed to the Florida
Highway Patrol advisory
council.


.Carpenter answered a
query of "who
suggested/recommended
George Skinner be appointed
to the FHP advisory council?"
:by writingg "Captain Robert
Miller, via Major Carpenter,
in consultation with Lt.
Colonel (Ken) Howes, and
approved by Colonel (Chris)
Knight." /
Skinner spent $2,298 of
Columbia County taxpayers'
money from his


discretionary fund account -
to buy a light kit for
Carpenter's patrol-issued
cruiser.
Skinner can use his discre-
tiorary tundm for any legal
purpose he so chooses.
State law and attorney gen-
eral's opinions show purchas-
es of items to help law
enforcement and firefighters
LIGHTS
Continued on Page 8A


TODAY


Classified


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Local & World .3A


Obituaries . .. .6A


Puzzles ........ 4B


Business . ... .1D


Life .... ..-......10- Road- Repo.......5A .piio. .. ..4 Scroad ..2 Cle ar ...A


Life ............ 1C


Road Report .5A Opinion ........ 4A


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LOCAL & WORLD


White Springs to address enterprise


By LINDA YOUNG
lyoung@lakecityreporter.comrn
, WHITE SPRINGS The
town of White Springs will
iave its public town council
ieeting on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The council has seven
items on their agenda, but
only two of them are new.
Among old business under
consideration is a resolution
fp' establish .an enterprise
zone and reach an agreement


with the state of Florida to
establish one.
According to the language
of the resolution, there is a
need for an enterprise zone
because of "extreme and
unacceptable levels of pover-
ty, unemployment, physical
deterioration and economic
disinvestments."
Under Florida state
statutes, creation of an enter-
prise zone would provide
incentives for. the private


sector to step in to rehabili-
tate, conserve or redevelop
in those disadvantaged areas.
The resolution would apply
to both designated areas both
in unincorporated Hamilton
County and the Town of
White Springs.
The council will also hear
an update on a lawsuit.
New business before the
town council includes
information on a ribbon


cutting for a five-year project
with the Florida Department
of Transportation on town
sidewalk enhancements.
The Town of White Springs
has also allocated money for
their Halloween "Operation
Safe Candy." The town will
celebrate Halloween on Oct.
31 and has safety inspections
of the trick-or-treat candy
children collect and a
haunted mansion.


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Health Fair

gets huge

turnout
From staff reports

A health fair that took place
4t Lake City Mall Saturday
was deemed to be a huge
success.
According to Lake City Mall
Marketing Manager Janice
Keaton, many people took
advantage of opportunities to
check their health or help
others.
Lake City Medical Center
used all 170 test strips for cho-
lesterol, screening that it
brought and M & M Fitness
Center also used all the body
fat strips it brought, Keaton
said.
"North Florida Cancer
Center had 200 gift bags they
Save out within the first two.
hours," Keaton said.
The physical therapy class
from Lake City Community
College Allied Health
SAcademy were a "big hit,"
Keaton said. "Everyone
enjoyed the'free messages."
S Keaton said she was sur-
prised when a local doctor
showed up instead of sending
a staff member.
"Dr. (Berge) Marcarian was
here. He was awesome,"
Keaton said. Marcarian is an
ear, eye, nose, throat-special-
ist and treats people with aller-
gies and discussed what he
offered with people.
When it came to helping
others, participants didn't
hold back at the booth for
SLifeSouth Community Blood
Bank.
S. 'hey have been busy
today," Keaton said.


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Commission


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discretionary


fund practice



taken one step in the right
direction regarding the use
of discretionary funds. Now
they need to finish the job and abolish the
practice.
Commissioners in September voted to
double the allocation to their individual
discretionary fund accounts, bringing to
$50,000 the amount they are given in the
budget each year to spend as they choose
so long as it is not for illegal purposes.
There is no one to approve or disapprove.
This practicefilies in the face of the
basic philosophy of representative
government decisions regarding the
people and their money are to be made in
open session by a deliberative body, rather
than by decrees issued by a monarch. And
worse, the commissioners are allowed to
transfer unused funds from year to year, so
that taxpayer money accumulates in the
county's coffers rather than the public's
bank account.
Subsequent to Lake City Reporter news
stories and concern among citizens about
the practice, the commission voted to
begin approving discretionary fund
Spending on the consent agenda at it
regular meetings before the funds are
actually given away. The consent agenda is
handled before the major public meeting,
and items presented in this forum are
approved en masse unless a commissioner
or member of the audience requests that a
particular item be discussed.
While the sentiment to provide some
oversight by the whole board is good,
approval via consent is not enough.
Expenditures of county funds for public
projects and community groups should be
reviewed by the staff; brought before the
whole board if they pass legal muster, and
voted up or down. It is that simple.
We encourage the County Commission
to take this next step, put the issue behind
them and remove all doubts about the
legitimate and open spending of taxpayer
dollars.
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Today is Sunday, Oct., 16, the 289th day of
2005. There are 76 days left in the year.

Today's highlight in history:
On Oct. 16, 1978, the College of
Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church
chose Cardinal Karol Wojtyla to be the new
pope; he took the name John Paul II.

On this date:
In 1793, during the French Revolution,
Queen Marie Antoinette was beheaded.
In 1846, dentist William T. Morton
demonstrated the effectiveness of ether as
an anesthetic by administering it to a
S patient undergoing jaw surgery before an
audience of doctors in Boston.
In 1859, abolitionist John Brown led a
group of about 20 men in a raid on Harper's..
Ferry.
SIn 1916, Margaret Sanger opened the
first birth control clinic, in New York City.
In 1946, 10 Nazi war crigiinals
condemned during the Nuremberg trials
S were hanged.


In 1962, the Cuban missile crisis began
as President Kennedy was informed that
reconnaissance photographs had revealed
the presence of missile bases in Cuba.
In 1970, Anwar Sadat was elected
president of Egypt.


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WDSR and the ball-point pen


In 1948,1 I won one of Lake City's first ball-
point pens from Lake City's first radio sta-
tion, WDSR. First a few words about the
radio 'station, then the ball-point pen
story.
WDSR came to town in 1946 and instantly
became our home town favorite. Sentimental
locals liked to think WDSR stood for "Way
Down upon the Suwaniee River.",Actually, the
"DSR" stood for the owners, Deep South
Radiowaves. The "W" meant the station was
located east ,of the Mississippi River...The sta-
tion's advertising salesmen proclaimed WDT)SR
meant "We Deliver Sales Results."
School children liked to joke that WDSR
stood for "What a Doggone Sorry Radio
Station." Live Oak kids had a similar joke about
their own radio station WNER kidding
that WNER stood for "We Never Eat Regular."
Back them, WDSR was located on North
Marion Street, just west of Olustee Park,
upstairs above the Blue Goose Restaurant.
Because of its central downtown location, the
announcers would say, "WDSR, downtown on
the square, in the heart of the Suwannee River
Valley." \
Fred Temple was the golden voiced
owner/manager. Eddie Baumel, who doubled
as the Presbyterian church organist, and
Barney Parnacott ,were two of the first
announcers.
Student jokes aside, the plain truth was that
WDSR was a fine little radio station. The. trans-
missions were usually static free and our com-
munity was thrilled to, have its very own
station.
WDSR took great pride in being a communi-
ty-centered station that actively covered local
events live, and was there to broadcast:
The Columbia High School state basket-
ball championship in 1947 in Daytona Beach.
The first CHS football game ever
broadcast on a local station.
CHS teacher Ola Lee Means and her
prize-winning class of short story writers.
Sunday morning services from local
churches.
Play-by-play of fast-pitch softball games
played at the V.A. Hospital's beautiful field.
In short, WDSR was very much in tune with
the heartbeat of our community. Now, on to the
ball-point pen story.
To stimulate local interest, WDSR started a
"man on the street" program. Everyday at
noon, Eddie or Barney would come downstairs
to the sidewalk to interview people walking by.
As part of. the interview, they would ask a


MORRIS
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general question on some subject. If you got
the answer right, you won.a new fanglcd inven-
tion called aball-point pen.": *
The program was instantly popular and often
a crowd would gather around the people being
interviewed arid clap when they won. I had
known only one winner personally friend
George Ferree (CHS, 1949). His win was not
too surprising. After all, he was his class' vale-
dictorian. But it never occurred to the rest of
average kids that one of us might ever win a
pen.
Then one day I was home for lunch when the
program came on the air. I listened to hear the
question of the day.
"How many people signed the Declaration of
Independence?" the announcer asked. I had no
idea and as the program went on, it became,
clear nobody there had any idea either. Out of
curiosity, I looked up the answer in our ency-
clopedia. There were 56 signers.
I finished lunch and headed back to school.
The radio station was on my way, so I stopped
to watch the end of program. A confident gen-
tleman was answering the question, 'The
correct answer is 55."
The announcer stammered. "Actually, my
card shows a different answ er."
Somehow without even thinking I stepped
toward the microphone and said, "I think the
answer is 56."
The announcer said, "That's what my card
says," then added diplomatically, 'Well, time is
up and we will award both. our guests a new
ball-point pen." The announcer then led us
both upstairs to his office and gave us our pens.
I told him I had looked up the answer at
home, but he let me keep the pen anyway.
By that night, my pen was leaking ink badly
and the next day it wouldn't write at all. I took
it to school anyhow and showed' it to my
friends. They were not impressed. We all
agreed. Ball-point pens were a messy failure
and wouldn't be around very long.
Morris Williams is a local historian and long-
time Columbia County resident. Contact him at,
.755-8183 or williams_h2@firn.edu.


I E TE S TO T E E ITO


Support your
argument
Dear Editor:
I read your recent editorial
about Commissioner
Skinner's statement concern-
ing al Qaida with a great deal
of interest. Your conclusions
were that his remarks were,
in your opinion "ridiculous
and inexcusable."
However, I can not help
but notice that you offered
absolutely no evidence what
so ever to support your posi-
tion. Your only attempt to jus-
tify your statement is that nei-
ther Sherff Gootee or the
FDLE had any information
about that matter.
That hardly means that


Commissioner Skinner's com-
ments are not correct. I doubt
that such activities would be ,
well known. We are in close
proximity to areas that could
be of interest to such a group.,
Perhaps you could enlight-
en us as to how you know
that they are not present.
If not, then the same terms
you have applied to
Commissioner Skinner, can
very well be applied to you
David Willis
Lake City

Keep them
accountable
Dear Editor:
Your article Oct. 9


(regarding the County :
Commissioners' discretionary
funds) was excellent.
I am glad to see that the
Lake City Reporter finally is
not scared to, as the good ole
boy's would say, "Ruffle some
feathers."
Facts are facts. Please
keep up the work, which is
keeping the folks of Columbia
County informed on just what
these so-called professionals
are doing and how they are
going about it. Make them
accountable.
Again, enough of pushing it
under the rug. Sooner or
later it all comes out in the
wash. Thanks to you and',
your team.
Sonia Kitaif
Lake City


Whew! What a lineup. Enjoy it folks, and
don't eyer let anyone tell you again that
there's nothing to do in Lake City.
Michael Leonard is publisher of the Lake
City Reporter He can be reached by phone,
754-0418 or via e-mail, mleonard@
lakecityreporter.com.


MICHAEL
LEONARD




Wealth of



events in




our area


of wealth, the next ftew a weeks in
Lake City will be marked by an
overflow of music, live theater,
festivals, outdoor movies and
other entertainment opportunities.
The extravaganza of entertainment began
Friday night with the performance of
Elisabeth von Trapp at Lake City
Comumnity College. Von Trapp is the grand-
daughter of the famous von Trapps forever
memorialized in 'The Sound of Music." She
performed to an appreciative audience in
the Alfonso Levy Performing Arts Center in
the first concert of LCCC's 2005-2006
Lyceum Series.
Saturday brought the 15th Annual Altrusa
Charity Gala. The popular event's theme was
the Roaring Twenties, featuring ladies
dressed as flappers, men in gangster suits
and lots of food, dancing and fun.
Wednesday is the day for LCCC's Cultural
Diversity Festival, hosted by the Student
Activities Office and the Career Center. The
event runs from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. and fea-
tures live jazz music and vocal presentations
by LCCC staff and students, themed booths
and food. It will be held on campus in Pines
Square..
S Another concert is on tap for Thursday.
The Lake City Community College Choir will
perform a free community concert at 7:30
p.m. in the Alfonso Levy Center. The singers
will present selections from recent and vin-
tage Broadway shows, including "Cabaret,"
"Chicago," 'The Phantom of the ,Opera,"
"Oklahoma" and 'The Pirates of Penzance."
LCCC follows up the College Choir con-
cert on Thursday night with a special appear-
ance of the Ritz Voices on Friday evening.
also part of the school's fine Lyceum Series.
Ritz Voices is a 65-member choir of 10-21
year-olds from Northeast Florida that per- .
forms everything from contemporary music
to gospel. And they do it all very well. This
choir has shared the stage with some of the
biggest names in music and show business.
while e voices are singing inside the
Alfonso Levy Center, native drums may be
sounding outside on the LCCC campus as
the Eighth Annual Alligator Fest takes place
from 9 a.m.-6 p.m.. Friday and Saturday in
the Pines Square area of campus.
Live theater is also looking up in Lake
City. The Lake City Rotary Club, Downtown,
will present its third annual Murder-
Mystery-Comedy Dinner Theater Friday
night in the Entertainment Building at
Columbia County Fairgrounds. These local-
ly-written and produced shows get better
and more popular each year. This year's play
is titled "Murder on the Set."
Music lovers get to .catch their breath for
a few days before three concerts in two days
come to Lake City Oct. 31-Nov. 1.
The Friends of Music concert series offers
a treat at 7:30 ,p.m. Oct. 31 with a Halloween
Organ Concert featuring .University of
Florida organist Dr. Laura Ellis. Dr. Ellis will
be performing J.S. Bach's 'Toccata in D
Minor," recognizable from the old Vincent
Price horror flick "Phantom of the Opera,"
and other holiday appropriate pieces.
Then on Tuesday, Nov. 1, the Lake City
Reporter and Lake City Community College
present the U.S. Army Field Band and
Soldier's Chorus in a free public concert at 7
p.m. in Howard Gymnasium on the LCCC
campus. Free tickets, available at the Lake
City Reporter, are required.
That same evening at 7:30, the Lake City
Community Concerts series begins another
strong season with The Coats, an a cappella
ensemble from Seattle that has won acco-
lades for their shows around the world. As
an added bonus, The Coats will perform for
free in Olustee Park at noon Nov. 1.
And on the evening of Oct. 28, before the
flurry of concerts, the season's last Finally
Friday event takes place at Olustee Park
with Halloween and fall-themed events,
topped off by the outdoor screening of the
movie "Ghostbusters."


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LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2005 5A

LOCAL & STATE


ROAD REPORT


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

ALACHUA COUNTY
N Interstate 75: Night-time
lane closures between County
Road 234 (exit 374) at
Micanopy north to mile marker
380 (six miles) to replace the
traffic counting sensors
embedded in the pavement.
One lane will be closed
between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
each night Monday through
Thursday.
U.S. 27: One lane will be
closed at the Santa Fe River
Bridge north of High Springs
on Wednesday from 9 a.m.-
4 p.m. for a routine bridge.
inspection.
U.S..441: Crews will be
repainting the roadway lines .
from the Marion County line to
the Columbia County line
during the week.
State Road 235: Crews
willbbe repainting the roadway
lines from the City of Alachua
to the Bradford County line.
Southwest Second
Avenue (State Road 26A):
Motorists may experience brief
delays from just east of
Southwest 34th Street by:
Publix to Southwest 28th
Street for drainage modifica-
tions and roadway widening
and traffic is shifted. Watch for
dump trucks entering and
leaving a retention pond site
behind Publix. No larie clo-
sures are allowed between 6
a.m. and 10 p.m: Bicyclists
and pedestrians just east of
Southwest 34th Street are
temporarily detoured to
University Avenue. Motorists
should use caution when
approaching Southwest 36th
Street and the entrance to the
Creekside Mall as crews are
working on drainage and
median islands in the area.
Southwest,34th Street
(State Road 121): Inmate
crews will be painting the
markings such as turn arrows
and bike, lanes on the roadway
during the week. Brief daytime
lane-closures.
Southwest 13th Street
S(U.S. 441): Daytime lane
closures for southbound traffic
between Southwest 16th .
Avenue and Southwest, 14th
Drive as crews work on curb,


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'sidewalk and concrete
driveways.
i Newberry Road (State
Road 26): Daytime lane clo-
sures for concrete curb work
and drainage improvements
between Northwest 80th
Boulevard and Northwest
109th Street and also along
the side streets in preparation
for the resurfacing of the
roadway.
Hawthorne Road (State
Road 20): All ramps at the
U.S. 301 interchange are now
open. Semi-trucks, trailers and
RV's are still prohibited from
using the new overpass
because of the restricted lane
width and are diverted to the
ramps to cross or access U.S.
301. Motorists may encounter
daytime lane closures for
concrete and signal work.
Trucks are entering and
leaving the roadway between
U.S. 301 in Hawthorne and
Cross Creek Road (County
Road 325) as work is
underway to provide a four-
lane divided highway. The
speed limit from U.S. 301 to
Stadium Drive has been
reduced to 25 mph. Sheriff's
deputies are enforcing the
work zone speed limit.


COLUMBIA COUNTY
State Road 47: The road
is totally closed to all traffic
between U.S. 41 and Bascom
Norris Drive and will remain
closed for the next six months.
Southbound motorists are
detoured to U.S. 41 to Bascom
Norris Drive and back to SR 47
or can use Michigan Street.
Northbound motorists are
detoured east on Bascom
Norris Road to U.S. 41. All busi-
nesses have access from side
streets. Motorists should also
watch for dump trucks entering
and leaving the roadway from
south of Bascom Norris Drive to
north of 1-75. Wide loads are
still .prohibited from Bascom
Norris Drive to south of County
Road 242 due to the restricted
width of the travel lanes from
the barrier.,wall.
U.S. 441 North: Daytime
lane closures from County
Road 100A to Interstate 10 to
place the final layer of asphalt.
No lane closures allowed from
6-8:30 a.m.
U.S. 90: Daytime lane
closures at the* signalized
intersections of Sisters,
Welcome Road, Ridgewood
Drive, the FHP station, Lake
Jeffery Road, Main Boulevard
and County .Road 1OOA for
drilling shafts for the new traffic
signal mast arm poles.
Resurfacing on the section -
between Branford Highway (SR
247) and Baya Drive is
expected to begin in mid to late
November.
U.S. 441: Inmate crews
will be repainting the roadway
markings such as turn arrows.
Brief lane closures may occur.

HAMILTON COUNTY
State Road 6: One lane at
the Withlacoochee River Bridge
at the Madison County line will
be closed Tuesday from 9 a.m.-
3:30 p.m. for a routine bridge
inspection.
U.S. 41: Workers are
pouring a gravity wall alongside
the roadway in White Springs
from the spring house curve
near the Library to the north city
limits. There should be no
impacts to motorists.
Interstate 75: Possible
daytime lane closure for'
southbound traffic at the new
Welcome Center to repave the
entrance ramp onto the
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Mrs. Ethel G. Wingard
Mrs. Ethel G. Wingard, 68, of Eu-
stis, FL died Wednesday, October
12, 2005 at her home surrounded by
her family and friends. She was a
native of Chiefland, Florida, and
moved to Lake City from Charles-;
ton, SC. Mrs. Wingard is the
daughter of the late Charles Gene &
Lora Lee 'Curry Howard. She en-
joyed reading and doing cross word
puzzles in her spare time. Mrs.
Wingard was of the Baptist faith
and worked at The First Baptist
Church of Lake City for seven years
and was an active member of the
Filipino American Cultural Society.
She is preceded in death by two sis-
ters and one brother.
Mrs. Wingard is survived by one
son, Harry Jake Wingard, Tampa,
FL, one brother, James Howard, two
sisters Sue Brasiel, Eustis, FL and
Georgia Ann Sanchez, Newberry,
FL. Several nieces and nephews al-


so survive.
Funeral services for Mrs. Wingard
will be conducted at,-2:00 P.M.
Tuesday, October 18, 2005 at the
First Baptist Church, Lake City, FL,
with Reverend Troy Varnum, Pas-
tor, officiating.; Interment will fol-
low at Forest Lawn Memorial Gar-
dens Cemetery. Visitation with the
family will be from 5-7:00 P.M.-on
Monday evening, at the funeral
home. In lieu of flowers donations
may be made to the 'Hospice of
Lake & Sumter, Blue Team, 12300
Lane Park Road, Tavares, FL
32778. Arrangements are under the
direction of GATEWAY-FOREST
LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 3596
S. HWY 441, Lake City. (386) 752-
1954. Please sign the guest book at
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Obituaries are paid advertisements.
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Announcements
Crossroads Center
to host Life activity
FORT WHITE The
Crossroads Pregnancy Center
of Fort'White will have its first
Walk! Run! Bike! For Life
fundraiser at 9 am noon Oct.
29. Registration and coffee will
begin at 8 am.
Participants will leave from
the center at 18387 SW SR 47.
The walk or run will be on the
new bike path along CR 18 for
.a two or four mile roundtrip.
Bikers will ride the path along
US 27, and turn around at
Junction Road-or Riverside
Drive by the Ichetucknee River
for a 6 or 10 mi roundtrip.
To participate, call
Crossroads Pregnancy Center
at 386-497-4978 to receive, a
Sponsor Pledge Packet.
Burgers and hotdogs will be
served by Calvary Chapel,
Gainesville as participants
return to the Center. This is a
family event. Christian Clowns
from Keystone Heights will be
on hand to entertain .the chil-
dren and the young at heart.

Lake City Post Office to
host pumpkin contest
The Lake City Postal Service
is hosting a pumpkin decorating
contest at 1 p.m. Oct. 22.at the
Post Office, located at 250 NW
Main Blvd. The.contest is for
children aged 6-12,.where par-
ticipants will use glue and
Hershey's candy to

Army Field Band
to perform Nov. 1
The United States Army field
band will perform a free concert
at 7 p.m. Nov. 1 at Lake City
Community College. A free ticket
Sis required to attend.
To get a ticket, stop by the
Lake City Reporter office,
located at 180 E. Duval St., Lake
City. For more information, call
752-1293. -
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'World at. War' to
premiere Oct. 21
BRANFORD The world-
wide premiere of "Left Behind
World at War," will be shown at
7 p.m. Oct. 21 at Living Springs
Family Worship Center. It's
located at 26471 SR 247,
Branford. Bring friends and
family. There is no cost. For
more information, call 935-1713.

Girls Club to have
Halloween Safe House
Come by in costumes and
pick up some ghoulish candy
and treats and have lots of
spoQky fun at the Girls Club, 494
NW Desoto St. on Oct. 31.
Drop-in between 6:30 and, 8:30
p.m. The event is free to the
public. For more information,
contact Terri Phillips at 719-5840.


Halloween Safety
Bash coming soon
The Lake City Fire
Department is hosting the
Second Halloween Safety Bash
at the Lake City Fire
Department from 5-9 p.m.
Oct. 31.
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
necklaces and reflective
Trick-or-Treat bags' and, of
course, candy treats. Children
must be in costume.
For more information, call
752-3312 ext. 320, or stop by
the Lake City Fire Department
Station 1, 225 NW Main Blvd.

Alligator Fest set
for Oct. 22-23
The Eighth annual Alligator
Fest is scheduled for Oct. 21-22
on the Lake City Community
College grounds. There will be
demonstrations, entertainment,
food and arts and crahs.
The demonstrations will show
the lifestyles and the skills of
both Native Americans and the


white and black settlers of the
1830s.
For more information, call
961-2438.

Tigerettes to
host dance clinic
The CHS Tigerette Dance is
having a dance clinic on
Saturday. The registration will be
, 8:30-9 a.m., the clinic will be
9 a.m.- noon. The cost for the
clinic is $15 and $10 for a clinic
T-shirt. The girls who participate
will perform at the CHS JV foot-
ball game on Oct. 20. For more
information, call Kay Dekle at
755-8106

'Mousetrap' coming
to High Springs
Performances are at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays with
2 p.m. Sunday shows 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,
visit www.hsctheater.com.

Reunion
CHS sports teams
to have reunion
There will be a reunion of the
members of the Columbia High
School football, basketball and
track teams of 1945, 1946 and
1947 at Tucker's Restaurant on
Oct. 20. Members of other
1940's teams are also welcome.
Tucker's Restaurant is located
inside the old Blanche Hotel.
No reservations are needed.
Just come and enjoy the fellow-
ship. Some who are expected to
attend are Wink Criswell, Warren
Ebling, Harold Williams and Jack
Rountree. For more information,
call Ray.Kirkland at 752-3148.'


Classes
Blacksmith class
coming to state park
WHITE SPRINGS Learn
the basics of working with iron
on a coal-fired forge in a begin-
ner blacksmithing class Oct. 29
at Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park.
The class will be taught by
blacksmiths Ken Platt and John
Lacefield. Platt and Lacefield
are demonstrators at the park's
Craft Square. The class will be
from 9. a.m. until 4 p.m.
Students must be at least 18
years old. All participants are
asked to bring safety glasses,
and to wear a cotton shirt and
closed-toe shoes. Gloves and
an apron are optional.
The cost for the class is $25
and includes park admission.
Space is limited and advance
registration is required. For
more information, call Craft
Square at 386-397-1920.


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 Kwai Do class. This class
will meetfrom 6:30-8 p.m.


Monday and Wednesdays and
is open to anyone ages 8 and
older. Cost is $40 per month.,
Instructors will be Jeff Foster and
Teresa Burne, master and
certified instructor in Tae Kwan
Do. For more information or to
register, call Heyward Christie at
758-5448.

Historical museum to
host volunteer class
SLake City/Columbia County
Historical Museum is
forming a volunteer training
class. For more information,
contact Glenda.Reed at
historicsewing@aol.com or call
the museum at 752-9096.


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

Suwannee Valley
Kennel club to meet
.The monthly meeting for the
Suwannee Valley Kennel Club
meeting is scheduled for 7:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Columbia
County Fairgrounds yellow and
tan building. There is a free han-
dling show scheduled for 7 p.m.
For more information, call
Ruth at 755-3697.

Cafe Politico is
Tuesday at LCCC
Lake City Community
College will host its monthly,
Caf6 Politico discussion group


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at 1:30 pm. Tuesday, begin-
ning in the Lobo Cafe, located
in the college's Student Union
Building. Moderated by John
Gillette, associate professor
speech, all views are welcome
and the topic this month will
be "The End of the Age of Oil."
All students, faculty and
staff, and the community are
invited to participate and
debate contemporary "hot top-
ics." For more information, call
Jim Morris, executive director
library and community servic-
es, at 754-4357 or 754-4401.

Columbia Seniors
to host event
The Columbia County Senior
Services will have the Gospel.
Grass Band entertaining at the
Golden Age Recreation Center
at 10:30 p.m. Oct. 19.

LCCC Cultural
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Wednesday
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Activities Office and the Career
Center, Lake City Community
College will have its annual
cultural diversity event from
11 a.m,-1:30 p.m. Oct. 19 on
Pine Square.
For more information, call
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staff assistant, at 754-4316.

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LOCAL & NATION


LIGHTS
Continued From Page 1A
properly do their jobs can be a
legal expenditure.
Miller transferred in the fall
of 2004 from Lake City to
Tallahassee, but the exact date
was not immediately available.
'This was a routine transfer
request from Captain Miller to
relocate to Tallahassee,"
Carpenter wrote. "Per Major'
(Ernesto) Duarte, Captain
Miller is assigned to his office
performing, correspondence
control duties."
Duarte is the highway
patrol's chief of public affairs. ,
Carpenter, who came to the
area in the spring of 2004, said
Skinner asked him whether he
wanted the lights. Carpenter
did not say when or where the
conversation occurred.
"Commissioner Skinner
approached me and showed me
LED lights that he had installed


LAW
Continued From Page 1A
The commissioners voted at,
its on Oct. 6 meeting to place
all discretionary fund requests
on the consent agenda, for
approval by the board.
"Honestly, I would have to
say that I was happy to see the
board at their last meeting
approve that,".he said. "I think
it was a proper thing for the
board to do."
Several state attorney gener-
al opinions and state law speak
to the legality of the use of pub-
lic funds, and the bottom line,
Feagle said, "it's ultimately a
decision for the board" on
whether the funds are being
used for a public purpose.,
Four commissioners donat-
ed $1,000 each to the Lake City
Volleyball Association Inc. Two
- commission chairwoman
Jennifer Flinn and commission-
er George Skinner -- donated
$1,000 each to Richardson
Middle School..
The volleyball association is
for girls aged 12-17 who must
try out this year to make the'
team:. The team travels
throughout Florida for
matches.
The Richardson Middle
School donations were for
developmentally-disabled chil-
dren to take a trip to 'Sea
World.
Flinn donated to both and
said she believes the dona-
tions are within the scope of
the law.
"I felt this was something
that was going to benefit the
community," she said. "We
teach our typical children how
to keep a checkbook or calen-
dar. Life management skills
'for the disabled are how to
participate, go to a restaurant.
"It would not be a. surprise
to me if the community felt it
was not a benefit because ...
they go into the community to
train them. They do quite well
because, of behavioral
training."
The Sea World trip was nec-
essary, Flinn said, because it
took the children to a place
they were unfamiliar with and
the children had to order food
and do other things they
would not be exposed to
locally.
"I don't feel how giving to


on his vehicle," Carpenter
wrote. "He asked me if I was
interested in similar lights on
my patrol car. I questioned him
about the validity of such an
offer and Commissioner
Skinner advised that he had
funding for public safety and
law enforcement, which he
used to purchase and loan or
donate equipment to agencies."
Skinner's discretionary fund
budget was not used to pay for
the lights in his personal truck,
records show.
. "I agreed to the lights, and.
Commissioner Skinner ordered
a light, package for my patrol
car...," he wrote, going into
specifics of what was included
in the kit.
"When : the 'lights were
received and before being
installed: by:, a professional
installer, I again discussed the
purchase of the lights with
Commissioner Skinner," he
wrote. Carpenter could not be


them is any different than giv-
ing to the football program,
giving to the band or any other
educational group," Flinn said.
The four commissioners
who were spoken with -.
Flinn, Ronald Williams,
Dewey Weaver and Elizabeth
Porter agree they feel the!
expenditures of the discre-
tionary funds have been legal.
Skinner did not return
repeated telephone calls to his
home and cellular telephone
Wednesday, Thursday or
Friday, or to two hand-deliv-
ered messages left for him
Thursday and Friday at the
county administration building.
* Some people in the commu-
nity, especially at meetings of
the Columbia .County Charter
Review Committee, have ques-
tioned the transfer of funds
year-to-year and whether that
practice is legal.
Transferring funds?
State law dictates that all
funds must revert back to the
same account each year to be
reallocated.
"All unexpended balances of
appropriations at the end of
the fiscal year shall revert to
the. fund from, which the
appropriation was made, but
reserves for sinking funds, and
for future construction and
improvements many not be
diverted to other purposes,"
according to state statute
129.06, the law governing the
.execution and amendment of
the budget.
"I'm not so. sure that's not
-what happens, even though it
doesn't appear on paper,"
County Manager Dale
Williams said. "The budget
,process is such that each and
every year the board adopts a
new budget.
"Do they cancel it out,, zero
it out ...? No, it's not done that
way," he said.
"I don't see a problem with
discretionary funds," Williams
said., "They want 'to do what
the public thinks is right. If
there needs to be controls, so
be it."
Feagle said he doesn't
believe anything illegal has
occurred, with the
discretionary funds.
"I haven't read all the attor-
ney general's opinions," he
said. "I know the county and


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reached for additional com-
ment late Friday, and the identi-
ty of the professional installer is
not known.
"Commissioner Skinner
advised me that the purchase
had been approved through the
channels at the county office,
and the only remaining factor
was to install the light
equipment."
'"The lights were installed the
week of Sept. 19, 2005, and,
through-the first of this week, I
did not have an opportunity- to
use the lights." Carpenter wrote
in the Friday e-mail: .
' After a query by the Lake
City Reporter as. to why the
light kit paid for from Skinner's
discretionary fund was placed
on Carpenter's cruiser, instead
of a trooper who patrols the
roadways and responds to traf-
fic crashes, Carpenter had most
of the light kit removed from
his vehicle and returned the
items to Skinner.


the city is very involved with
youth. In my opinion, there
are. different ways to support
that." .
The request for funds for
the volleyball team originated'
with the .group's founder and
director, .Teresa Sisco.
Feagle's secretary, Robin
Smithey made the written
request for, the $1,000 'from
each of the four commission-
ers -Flinn, Williams. Skin ner
and Porter who donated.
Smithey, a legal secretary,.
was in court Thursday and
could not be, reached Friday
for comment, but Feagle said
his secretary keeps the volley-
ball, issue separate from her
employment.
Sisco, as director of the vol-
leyball club, said she believes
the county funds can be used
to help out the 40 or so girls
who will eventually make the
team later this year -
because, she said, other people
can use the equipment, as long
as they follow the host facilities
rules. The team is renting
space from the' Boys and Girls
Club and Richardson
Recreational Center -o it can
practice. '
The money will be used "for
facility rental and roll-away net
equipment," she said.
Feagle agrees the use of the
funds forthe two entities -
'the developmentally disabled
and the volleyball club are
legal under the law.
"We asked the attorney gen-
eral ,about a situation on
schooling a volunteer, fire-
man," he said. "The attorney
general opinions say it is ulti-
mately up to the county com-
mission to determine if the,
expenditure fulfills a county
purpose. I don't think there is
a bright-line distinction. I,
think every group to some
extent is select.


The remainder, Carpenter
wrote in an e-mail response, will
be sent back as soon as the reg-
ular items are replaced on the
cruiser.
"After learning of the method
of purchase for the lights last
week, I discussed the matter
with Commissioner Skinner
and advised him that I would
not be able to use the equip-
ment and I would be returning
it to him.
"Commissioner Skinner
assured me that such purchas-
es were not uncommon and
that any items loaned to me
would not have a negative
impact on any other agency, as
he and other county commis-
sioners had purchased other
items for other agencies,"
Carpenter wrote.
Skinner could rinot be reached
for comment. Calls to his home
and cellular phones on
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday were not returned. In


COMMISSION
Continued From Page 1A
,Conmissioner Dewey Weaver
'began the new fiscal year with
,,13(, 101.78, the most of. any
comrmi issioner. Commission
Chairwoman Jennifer Flinn,
who represents District 4 and
is .a state senate candidate,
began.the fiscal year with the
least amount of money -
$51,052.88.
Weaver said he is attempting
to build up reserves so he can.
pave roads in his district.
"We have five com mission-
ers in the county," he said
Friday. "Four of them repre-
sent some portion of Lake City.
There's one that's a completely
rural district, which is mine.
'The reason it has built up in
there, I have 185 miles of dirt
roads in my. district and I try to
build up those funds to do
those roads," Weaver said.
At the last commissioner
meeting, one of his con-
stituents, expressed anger that
she could not get the road to a
county park the same road
she lives on paved. Weaver
explained to her hlie did not
have the $400,000-plus it would
cost to pave the road and it was
No. 3 on his list. But, the funds
\\would have to be available first,
either through the county's
budget or discretionary funds.
Weaver also wants. to keep
the money from year-to-year so
he has the money available for
larger projects. .
Flinn said she doesn't worry
about the carryover of the
funds to have a war chest, nor
does she like the idea. .
"That won't really affect me
because I've always been a
spender," she said of the carry-
over. "If anything has ever
rolled over, it might be $500
dollars," she said Friday. "I
have tried very hard to spread


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addition, two written requests
for comment left in person for
Skinner at the county's adminis-
tration building on Thursday
and Friday were not answered.
During the 12 months pre-
ceding the end of the fiscal year
on Oct. 1, receipts show
Skinner spent in excess, of
$34,000 for law enforcement
related items, such as, tint
meters to gauge the darkness
of window tint on vehicles and
speed detection devices, county
records show.
Records from the highway
patrol show as of March 1, 25
ridar guns with a purchase
cost of $88,227 are in the
state's possession. A break-
down of when those guns were
purchased and by whom in the
county was not available last,
week.
The county owns eight laser
speed detection devices, which
are on loan to the highway
patrol, a document dated July 5


the money around. The idea for
me was to improve the life of
people in the community and
my district."
Flinn said. she doesn't think
it's fair to have the money
transfer from year to year. She
had $1,052.88 at the end of last
fiscal year. "I didn't roll it over
for the purpose to spend it dur-
ing the election." she said,
adding "it's unfair to the ifncum-
bent" to have taxpayers' money
to spend while the challenger
does not have the same fund-
ing. Flinn was elected in 2002.
Flinn said she doesn't have a
problem with the items being
placed on the consent agenda
for approval by the board.
"For me, I think it's fine," she
said. "It's never been
something I've tried to hide."
And, the commissioners
should abide by the wishes of
the constituency on whether.
the elected officials should
have a discretionary fund, she
said. i I
"We can't forget we are
working for the people of.
Columbia County," Flinn said.
"I want what the people want,
because that is who I
represent."

Funds wanted,
unless voters say no
District 5 Commissioner
Elizabeth Porter said she
wants to have the funds avail-
able, unless'there is a scientific
poll oir something placed on


shows. Those lasers are issued
to specific troopers.
Twelve tint meters are in the
state's possession, and owned
by the county, according to a
document from the highway
patrol. Of those, two are
assigned to troopers who are
stationed in other counties, but
two-thirds of their time is spent
in Columbia County. That
document was not dated.
In the past two years, troop-
ers have written 7,593 speeding
tickets onf the interstates and
posted state highways .in
Columbia County, according to
records received from the high-
way patrol. During the same
time frame, troopers have
written 240 tickets on posted
county roads.
.Information about how many
tickets have been written for
violations on non-posted county
roads and for other violations
was not available last week.


the ballot so she will know the
voters don't approve of the
commissioners having
discretionary funds.
"If someone could show me
a scientific, documentable
poll," she would go along with
whatever decision is made, she
said.
"That is a very, small repre-
sentation that comes to meet-
ings or calls in," Porter said.
Porter, the newest commis-
sioner who took office in
November 2004, said she
believes keeping discretionary
funds could help a commis-
sioner who may not be as
aggressive as other commis-
sioners during the budget ses-
sions and that district may not
get as much money in the
regular budget.
"If I was represented by an
unaggressive commissioner, I
might feel cheated," she said.
District 1 Commissioner
Ronald Williams said he w% ants
to keep the discretiunary
accounts.
S"I think we should be wise,"
Williams said on the expendi-
'tures of the funds. "I think we
need to be careful how we use
them. I don't think there
should be a catch-all for each
commissioner."
Williams said without the
discretionary funds, a roadway
in his district would not have
reflectors in place.
'"The board wouldn't let me,
so I used my discretionary
funds," he said.


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Columbia High senior Ashley Stalnaker prepares to serve during the Lady i
Tigers' season-ending loss to Suwannee High on'Wednesday. Columbia plays
Eastside High in the first round of the district tournament on Tuesday.


CHS tries to build on season


Fort White High junior Kali Hunter goes up for the ball during the Lady
Indians' season-ending win against Suwannee High on Thursday. Fort White
enters Tuesday's district tournament as the No. 3 seed.


Fort White seeks spot in states


Columbia High volleyball begins
tournament play on Tuesday in what
has to be one of the most difficult dis-
tricts in the state.
The Lady Tigers play Eastside High
at 8 p.m. Gainesville High is tourna-
ment host.
Columbia (2-10 district) swept Lake
Weir High in district play to earn the
No. 6 seed, but No. 3 Eastside (9-3) is
no bargain. The Lady Rams are the
only district team to beat No. 1-seed
Gainesville (11-1), which is ranked in
the Top 10...
In early first-round play on Tuesday,
No. 4 Leesburg High plays No. 5
Vanguard High at 4 p.m. Both schools
were 5-7 in district play. The 6 p.m.


game pits No. 2 Forest High (10-2)
against No. 7 Lake Weir (0-12). ,
Gainesville has an opening bye and
will play the Leesburg/Vanguard win-
ner at 8 p.m. Wednesday. The other
semifinal game is 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The championship game is 7 p.m.
Thursday.
Coach Cindy Jordan says Columbia
has a shot.
'The last time we played at Eastside,
we were keeping up with them,"
Jordan said. "If we could only play the
way we start, I know we could' win. It's
a matter of the girls knowing it and
believing in themselves."
Columbia's seniors would like to go
out strong.
'We have kind of improved over the
CHS continued on page 4B


By MARIO SARMENTO
msarmento@lakecityreporter. corn
With a year of experience under its
belt, the Fort White High volleyball
team rebounded from a 4-14 season in
2004 to improve to 14-8 and earn a
third seed in the District 5-3A
Tournament at PK. Yonge School on
Tuesday.
The Lady Indians will face sixth-
seeded Newberry High, a team Fort
White swept this season, at 3 p.m.
Should the Lady Indians emerge vic-
torious, they would play second-seed-
ed Chiefland High at 6 p.m. that night.
"I hope it's an advantage for us to
get in, get your bugs out of your sys-
tem, and get ready for the next
match," Lady Indians coach Eric
Larsen said.


Fourth-seeded Williston High will
play No. 5 Dixie County High in the
other early game, with the winner
playing top-seeded PK. Yonge in the
late game on Tuesday.
The Lady Indians enter the tourna-
ment on a 9-1 tear in their last
10 matches, with the only loss a five-
game thriller against Chiefland. Fort
White won eight of those matches in
three-game sweeps.
'That helps our confidence a lot,"
freshman Charlette Demko said. 'We
feel really good, and we don't get
down as much."
The Lady Indians finished 5-5 in the
district, but three of their regular sea-
son losses came at the hands of
Chiefland the team they will have
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By TIM KIRBY
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In its 47-27 win against
Fleming Island High on
Friday, Columbia High foot-
ball faced the first of three
spread offenses in the
stretch run for District 5-4A.
At 2-0 in district play,
Columbia is tied with Nease
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Fort White High's 47-25
loss to Madison County High
on Friday night was the flip
side of how Indians' games
have gone this season. All
year, Fort White has been


Ridgeview High 49-0 last
week. Nease visits Columbia
High Stadium for a 7:30 p.m.
game on Friday.
Spread offenses might the
be new rage, but old-fash-
ioned football can still stop
them.
Columbia used two main
SPREAD
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the team that has jumped on
top of its opponents early
through turnovers created
by the defense and special
teams, forcing the opposition
to play catch up.
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SCOREBOARD


Lady Indians finish with seven wins


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NHL HOCKEY
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Postseason baseball

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
American League
Los Angeles 3, Chicago 2
Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1
Friday
Chicago 5, Los Angeles 2
Saturday
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
Today .
Chicago (Contreras 14-8) at .Los
Angeles (Byrd 12-11), 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday
Los Angeles at Chicago, 8:28 p.m., if
necessary
Wednesday
Los Angeles at Chicago, 8:28 p.m., if
necessary

National League
St. Louis 5, Houston 3
Houston 4, St. Louis 1
Saturday.
Houston 4, St. Louis 3, Houston leads
series 2-1
Today
St. Louis (Suppan 16-10) at Houston
(Backe 10-8), 4:45 p.m.
Monday
St. Louis at Houston, 8:28 p.m.
Wednesday
Houston at St. Louis, 4:19 p.m., if
necessary
Thursday, Oct. 20
Houston at St. Louis, 8:28 p.m., if
necessary




NFL standings


AMERICAN CONFERENCE


East
W L T Pct
New England 3 2 0 .600
Miami 2 2 0 .500
Buffalo 2 3 0 .400
N.Y. Jets 2 3 0 .400
South
W L T Pct
Indianapolis 5 0 0 1.000
Jacksonville 3 2 0 .600
Tennessee 2 3 0 .400.
Houston 0 4 0 .000
North
W L T Pct
Cincinnati 4 1 0 .800


PF PA
118 136
82 71
68 83
61 85

PF PA
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85. 84.
103 126
44 99
PF PA
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Pittsburgh 3 1 0 .750 105
Cleveland 2 2 0 .500 65
Baltimore 1 3 0 .250 47
West
W L T Pct .PF
Denver 4 1 0 .800 101
Kansas City 2 2 0 .500 91
San Diego 2 3 0 .400 149
Oakland 1 3 '0 .250 76
NATIONAL CONFERENCE


N.Y. Giants
Washington
Dallas
Philadelphia

Tampa Bay
Atlanta
Carolina
New Orleans

Detroit
Chicago
Minnesota
Green Bay

Seattle
St. Louis
Arizona,
San Francisco


East
W L
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3 1
3 2
3 2
South
W L
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3 2
3 2
2 3
North
W L
2 2
1 3
1 3
1 4
West
W L
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2 3
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.750 136
.750 62
.600 121
.600 122
Pct PF
.800 89
.600 114
.600 127
.400 71


Pct PF PA
.500 71 75
.250 62 59
.250 64 107
.200 124 95

Pct PF PA
.600 126 107
.400 128 148
.200 94 134
.200 79 160


Today's Games
Carolina at Detroit, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Dallas, 1 p.m.
Minnesota at Chicago, 1 p.m.
Atlanta vs. New Orleans at San Antonio,
1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Cleveland at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
Miami at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m.
Jacksonville at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
Washington at Kansas City, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo, 4:15 p.m.
San Diego at Oakland, 4 151. p .
New England at Denver, 4:15 p.m.
Houston at-Seattle, 8:30 p.m. .
Open: Arizona, Philadelphia, Green
Bay, San Francisco
Monday's Game
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Saturday
EAST' .
Boston C91llege 35, Wake F.Ir.:: 70
Bowdoin 21, Hamilton 7
Bowling Green 27, Buffalo 7
Miami 34, Temple 3
Navy 34, Kent St. 31 *
Pittsburgh 31, South Florida 17
Rutgers 31, Syracuse 9
Villanova 38, Bucknell 10
West Virginia 46, Louisville 44, 30T
SOUTH
Alabama 13; Mississippi 10
Georgia Tech 35, Duke 10
LSU 21, Florida 17
Middle Tennessee 35, Florida Atlantic
14
S. Carolina St. 49, Florida A&M 3
MIDWEST
Iowa 38, Indiana 21
Michigan 27, Penn St. 25
,Missouri 27, Iowa St. 24, OT
Northwestern 34, Purdue 29
Ohio St. 35, Michigan St. 24
Southern Cal 34, Notre Dame 31
SOUTHWEST
'Texas 42, Colorado 17
Texas A&M 62, Oklahoma St. 23
Texas Tech 59, Kansas St. 20
Tulsa 41, Rice 21
FAR WEST
Air.Force 42, UNLV7
New Mexico 27, Wyoming 24,
Oregon 45, Washington 21
Oregon St. 23, California 20


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Race week
FORMULA ONE
Chinese Grand Prix
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NBA preseason

Friday's Games
Boston 107, Toronto 100
Philadelphia 100, Cleveland 98
Indiana 93, Minnesota 84
Memphis 101, Miami 91
Phoenix 114, Seattle 113
Sacramento 90, L.A Clippers 84
Saturday's Games
Orlando 101, New Orleans 83
New York 93, New Jersey 84
Charlotte 82, Miami 72
Washington at Memphis (n)
Boston at Chicago (n)
Houston at San Antonio (n)
Cleveland at Milwaukee (n)
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Dallas at New York, 6 p.m.
Minnesota at Detroit, 6 p.m.
Golden State at Sacramento, 9 p.m.


HOCKEY

NHL scores

Friday's Games
Toronto 9, Atlanta 1
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 5, OT
Vancouver 5, Minnesota 3'
Dallas 3, Edmonton 2
Chicago 3, Colorado 2, SO
Anaheim 4, .Columbus 3
Saturday's Games
Ottawa 5, Boston 1
Toronto 3, Montreal 2
N.Y. Rangers 5, Atlanta 1
Philadelphia 5, N:Y. Islanders 1
Tampa Bay 3, Pittsburgh 1 .
Carolina 6, New Jersey 1
Florida 3, Buffalo 2
Nashville 4, St. Louis 1
Detroit at Phoenix (n)
Edmonton at Calgary (n)
SChicago at San Jose (n)
Today's Games
Anaheim at Minnesota, 6 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Washington, 6 p.m.
Columbus at Los Angeles, 8 p.m.
Dallas at Vancouver, 10 p.m.


COOmuun'LON
In Wednesday's edition of the Lake City
Reporter, Fort White High Middle School
football player Levi Hatcher was
misidentified as A.J. Parnell.






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From staff reports

The Fort White High junior
varsity volleyball team fin-
ished the season 7-13 after
defeating Suwannee High
25-20, 25-14 on Thursday.
Jennifer Strawson served
eight aces, had two kills and
two assists. Paige Bussey and
Jessica Robison each added
two aces and two kills, and
Jori Maxwell had four aces.
Whitney Pellerito served one
ace and had one kill.
The, previous day, Fort


White lost to Madison County
High, 25-10, 23-25, 5-15.
Bussey had three aces, three
kills and one dig.
Robison added once ace,
three kills, one block and one
dig. Maxwell added two aces
and one kill.
Taylor Jossi contributed
one kill and Pellerito added
two aces.
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loss to Lafayette County High
on Oct. 11. Strawson served
two aces and had one assist.
Bussey added one ace, gne


kill and one dig, and Robison
had one kill and one dig.
Laicey Geiger added two kills
and Jessica Wilson served
one ace.
On Oct. 6, the Lady Indians
topped Chiefland High 25:23,
25-21. Bussey had two aces
and five kills, Strawson
served two aces and had two
assists and Wilson added one
ace and two kills. Brandi
McBean tallied two aces and
one kill, Maxwell had one ace
and Robison and Jossi each
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CHS
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season, but we need to con-
centrate on focusing together
and communicating," Sarah
Duren said. "We just have to
work and show them we want
it."
'This is our last chance as
seniors and we want to do
everything we can do," Ashley
Stalnaker said.
"From the beginning of the
year we improved, but we got
to a point and stopped."
"We need to take charge of


the game from the beginning,
instead of waiting to the end,"
Brooke Wilson said.
A 3-17 record looks meager,
but Columbia is coming off a
2004 season with no wins.
Jordan said it will take time to
change attitudes.
'"They want it so bad, but
only two times did they play
with the intensity and skills I
know they can." Jordan said.
"It comes with the experience
of playing the game like it
should be played.
"I know the expectations are
there and we worked hard at
it.. Some of these things take


time."
Columbia players participat-
ed on a travel team last spring
and summer for the first time.
'"The ability is there," Jordan
said. 'We just have to let go of
that losing mentality of the
past. It is a matter of stepping
up with intensity. The type of
athlete you love as a coach is
one that, no matter what it
takes, she will not let the ball
hit the floor. She will be there
to make the hit or pass.
"We are having to work to
get that kind of athlete, and we
are committed to adjusting
and being better."


FW
Continued from page 1B

to get past to clinch a berth in
the state playoffs and the
district championship game.
"If we just start out right, we
can compete real good,"
Wilson said, alluding to the
fact that Fort White trailed the
Lady Braves in each of the five
games they played in their last
match on Oct. 6.
The confidence level is high
among the Fort White players,
and the Lady Indians are led
by three record-breakers -
Amanda Edenfield, Kali
Hunter and Megan Wilson.
Edenfield already owns the
single season record for
assists in one year with 442 -
an average of 21 per game. It's
her job to set up the potent hit-
ting combination of Hunter
and Wilson. Hunter has sur-
passed the school record for


SPREAD
Continued from page 1B

methods to pull away from
Fleming Island after the score
was tied 27-27 with 31/ minutes
left in the half.
The first move was to go to
a pressure defense, rather
than reacting after Golden
Eagles quarterback Joel
Fletcher had time to choose
from a myriad of offensive
possibilities.
From that 27-all score when
Columbia began bringing the
heat, Fleming Island totaled
.minus-2 yards of offense fpr
the rest of the game. Fletcher,
who was 6-of-7 passing for
80 yards and two touchdowns
to that point, was 9-of-15 after-
ward for 56 yards and one
interception.
Justin Rayford picked off
the pass and sacks were
recorded by Ren6 Perry,
Willie Collins, Jacquez Macon,
Blaiyze Neeley and Caleb
Carmichael. The Golden
Eagles had minus-54 yards on'
the ground during the stretch.
Columbia's other method


INDIANS
Continued from page 1B,

On Friday, Madison took
advantage of uncharacteristic
Indians' turnovers to take a
20-0 first quarter lead.
The Fort White coaches
took the blame for the rough
start, saying they might have
unknowingly contributed to
the players' obvious first
quarter jitters. .
"We didn't do a good job
preparing for a big game like
this," Indians coach Mike
Hunter said. "We thought we
were kind of relaxed, but then
when we actually got into the
heat of the battle, you could
tell they were uptight. I guess
we were uptight, we reflected
that on them."
Defensive coordinator Dem-
etric Jackson added that
although the Indians players
had to deal with this type of
hype before their two meetings
against Columbia High the past
two seasons, this was the first
time they had played in a game
of this magnitude that meant
something in the standings.
"Most of the guys knew the
importance of this game,"
Jackson said.
The defense did not force a
turnover for the first time this
season, and although the
Cowboys fumbled the ball
twice, Fort White was unable
to come up with the ball on
either occasion.
Again, it was the opposite of
how the season has gone for
the Indians.
"They had a lot of opportuni-
ties (to make plays)," Jackson
said. "A lot of times we were
thinking too much. They threw


kills in a season, and Wilson is
close to placing second on that
list. .
"I'm just going to do my
best, get a bunch of kills and
digs," Hunter said, adding that
this is the best team she has
played on at this level.
'The group of seniors are
really close.. We work well
together, and we're doing
really good."
One player who could be an
X-factor for Fort White in the
district run is Chelsea Jossi,
who Larsen said has come on
with her serve in recent weeks
and will be counted on to pro-
vide a defensive presence in
front of the net.
"I'm really the only person
that blocks right side, so I
have to be able to throw up
that block against their main
hitter," Jossi said.
There is no overstating the
importance of Fort White fin-
ishing third in the district. It


was-ball control. The Tigers ran
26 plays to three for Fleming
Island to start the game.
However, the Tigers wasted
most of that work by giving up
touchdowns on a kickoff return
and blocked punt
Columbia rushed for
425 yards and ran 60 plays to
44 for the Golden Eagles.
Quarterback Lewis Sharp
'started the game 4-of-4 for
65 yards and a touchdown pass
to Neeley. Facing third-and-17
on the opening drive, Sharp hit
Darian Parker for 23 yards and
a first down. He also had com-
pletions of 18 yards to Rayford
and 15 yards to Mlacon, then
Columbia completely shelved
the pass in the second half.
The other universal way to
win against any offense or
.defense is great effort by
outstanding athletes, and
Columbia got plenty of that.
* In addition to 138. yards
rushing and a 41-yard touch-
down run, Macon returned a
kickoff 97 'yards for a touch-
down that put the Tigers ahead
for good. In addition to the
touchdown, Macon had four
carries in the 14-16-yard range.


several passes we could have
intercepted. You just have to
give them credit, they're the
No. 1 team in the state."
Still, Jackson and Hunter
were happy with the way the
team fought back after those
early setbacks. Fort White
was behind 28-0 and 35-7
before outscoring Madison 18-
12 in the second half to make
the score more respectable.
"Our guys played hard, they
played the whole game,"
Jackson said.
Defensive stats against
Madison County are as follows:
I Cory Capallia nine
tackles;'
Ervin Armstrong eight
tackles;


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means the Lady Indians will
not have to face once-beaten
RK. Yonge until the champi-
onship game.
"It puts' you up against a
solid Chiefland team, but it
keeps you in a really good,
reachable goal' of making the
playoffs," Larsen said.
"If your road has to go
through P.K. not that it's
impossible but it's not a
very reachable goal. And our
goal is to make the playoffs
every year."
Should that happen, it
would be the third trip to the
state playoffs for Larsen since
he arrived at the school and
his first since 2002.
And with the Lady Indians'
coach having already
announced he will be stepping
down at season's end, what a
send-off it ,wou-ld be to have
another chance to compete
against the best teams in the
state.


Steve Roberts carried
11 times for 136 yards, includ-
ing a 56-yard run and a 24-yard
run for a touchdown. He had
three other carries of more
than 10 yards.
Cory Donaldson gave a shot
in the arm in the second half,
averaging eight yards on five
carries. Nose guard and offen-
sive guard Perry got some
time in the backfield and car-
ried twice for 15 yards. Willie.
Collins rushed for 50 yards
and three touchdowns, in
addition to his ; defensive
duties. Ryan Jackson had
21 yards rushing and returned
a kickoff 33 yards.
Columbia soundly lost the
special teams phase of the
game to keep the' score as
close as it was.
Fleming Island, blocked
three extra point icks and
blocked a punt and returned it.
for a touchdown. John
Gadson. who blocked two of
the PATs, averaged 41 return
yards on five kickoffsand took
one 96 yards for a touchdown.
Those breakdowns are the
last things CHS needs against
Nease.


Cody Croft- sevei tackles;
Brian Stalnaker five
tackles;
S Brian Coker five tackles;
Chase Capallia +-- five
tackles;
George Griffith four
tackles; e
Elijah Serrano four
tackles;
Elven Sheppard three
tackles;
Kenny Bryant .three
tackles;
' U Trevares Holden three
tackles;
Justin Dorris three
tackles;
m Ben Anderson one
tackle;
Antwan Ruise--one tackle.


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Special to the Reporter
f you heard
someone say they
were going to
"shoot the rapids."
you probably
would think they,
were going to
someplace like
Colorado or Utah,
not Florida. But
right here in our
backyard is a
Class III whitewa-
ter rapid at Big Shoals State Park in
Hamilton and Columbia counties.
Park Ranger Gary Erixton was the
featured speaker at the Columbia
County Historical Society's meeting
Tuesday night at the Columbia County
Library in Lake City, and he quickly
dispelled the idea that the rapids are
the park's only attraction.-
It is said that a cattle rancher named
B. Hooker homesteaded the area in
the early 1800s. As the area developed,
the Old Godwin Bridge was built in the
late-1800s for both residential and contm-
mercial use.
Ranger Erixton has been research-
ing the bridge that was swept away by,
floods leaving
only the pilings behind. During the tur-
pentine heyday trom 1910 to 1930
- the Downing & Tuppins Turpentine
Camp at the river was the site of an


African American community and
there are still trees in the park evidenc-
ing the damage done by this industry.
Bought by the State of Florida and
the Suwannee River Water
Management District in the 1980s, this
land preserve protects Big Shoals, the
largest whitewater area in Florida. as
well as historic sites along the
Suwannee River and the river flood-
plain. It is a four-partner effort
between the State Parks Department,
the Fish and Game Commnission. the
Suwannee River Water Management
District and the Department of
Forestry.
While not the only attraction, Big
Shoals whitewater is the most unique.
A result of the Georgia highlands
meeting up with the Florida lowlands,
Big Shoals offers a four-mile stretch of
Class Ill (in ideal conditions) whitewa-
ter as defined by the American
Whitewater Association.
Ideal conditions would be when the
water level on the Suwannee River is
not too high or not too low.
Technically, this is when the river is
between 59- to 61-feet above mean sea
level. In layman's language, if drought
conditions exist, the water might only
be three feet deep, exposing the rocky
river basin. Or in times of flood condi-
tions, the water will be so high that the
rapids won't even be visible.
Right now, the water is jtst right


S-**'1 underestimated the rapids
Rated and has hit the water without, as he
as a medium demanding course, Big said, knowni' what's fixin' to happen
Shoals is recommended for someone to them."
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Leonard and Sherry
Martin of Lake City
announce the birth of their
daughter, Brylee Lynn
Martin, Sept. 8 in Alachua
General Hospital,
Gainesville.
She weighed seven
pounds, one ounce and
measured 181/4 inches,
She joins Dustin Hugh
Martin, 12, from Macclenny
and Alicia Marie Martin, 7,
from Lake City.
Grandparents are the late
Judy Marie Land of Lake
City, David and Melody Lang
of Lake City, Jackie and
James Conine of Lake City,
Jimmy and Wanda Martin of
Bryeeville.
Great-grandparents are the
late William and Rose Lang of
Lake City, the late Harry
Parrish of Lake City, Ekma
and, Leonard Grant of
Jacksonville, the late Bob
Broach of Callahan, Melba
Broach of Callahan, and the
late Alen Brown of
Macclenny.

Summerlin

Darin Lamont and' Patti
Witt Summerlin of Lake City
announce the birth of their
daughter, Rema Powell
Summerlin, Sept. 13 in
North Florida Regional
Women's Center,
Gainesville.
She weighed seven
pounds, four ounces and
measured 19 inches.
She joins Buie Patricia age
five and Wittleigh Carroll
age three.
Grandparents are Tommy
and Betty Pay Witt.
Great-grandparents are
Genevieve Nelson, Bruce
and Carrie Bailey.

Vega

Billie Jo Ball arid Omar Vega
:ofULake City announce the
birth of their daughter. Kaylie
Amii'a Vega, Sept. 19 in North
Florida Regional Hospital,
Gainesville.
She weighed six pounds,
thirteen ounces and measured
19 inches.
She joins Kylie Vega, 2.
Grandparents are Larry and
Linda Ball of Live Oak,
Aracelis .Vega and
Gumercindo Vega of Lake City.
Great-grandparents are
Teddy' and the late Beulah
Bias of Logan West Virginia,
Manuel and Ramona Jimenez
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The entry point to the river
seems serene enough, but
many ignore the warning sign
at the portage area that,
according to Ranger Erixton,
warns paddlers to "get out or
get wet.", Just around the
curve, you will meet up with a
stretch of white, foaming
water that %ill toss the inexpe-
rienced paddler quicker than
you can say, 'help."
The 3-12A foot drop at the last
rock formation will challenge
an experienced paddler and
Ranger Erixton has fished out
more than one kayak and pad-
dler. It's a fun stretch of white-
water, just expect to get wet!
And if you want to.get just a
small taste of the rapids, down-
stream is a' small section of
mild rapids called "Little-
Shoals." The Suwannee also
offers plenty of water for less-
intense canoeing and
kayaking.
For those who would rather
enjoy the Suwannee from the
sidelines. Big Shoals offers
many, other attractions. The
scenery and wildlife along the
Suwannee River is diverse. On
an y given morning, visitors
might see deer, turkeys or'
other wildlife playing along the
Big Shoals entrance to the::
park ',and Ranger Erixton
cautions drivers to be alert.
': The bluffs above the
Suwannee River can be as high
as 80 feet above the banks, giv-
ing visitors an incredible view
of the area..Swamps, pine flat-
woods, mixed hardwood
forests and sandhill communi-
ties can be found along the 33,
miles of hiking trails.
Many newly-completed
walking trails offer a pleasant
way to explore the park. A
favorite spot for many different
groups. Local Boy Scout
troops and the Suwannee River
Bicycle Association are just
some of the organizations that,
have donated their time and
money in maintaining the trails
and even building a few foot-
bridges along the way.
According to the park's Web
site, 15 distinct natural com-
munities are contained within


COURTESY PHOTO
This perfect hornet's nest is beautiful ii repose. But disturb it, and as Ranger Erixton says,
"it will wreck your day!"


the land preserve, including a
nearly primeval baygall forest,
which, because of its wetness,
does not burn frequently,
allowing a closed canopy of
trees to form.
Rangfer Erixton advises that
during times'of extreme water
7 levels, the
river will
"carve" inter-
esting lime
rock forma-
tions along
die banks of
Erixton' the river that
can be
viewed when the water goes
down. These formations come
and go at the whim of the cur-
rent and can be different from
visit to visit.
Plant life such as ferns, saw
palrnettos, saw grass, wildflow-
ers galore, and in the spring,
the wild azaleas abound.
Turkey, white-tailed deer, gray
squirrels, eastern cottontails,
gopher :tortoises, raccoons,
American kestrels and barred
owls call this park home. A
variety of snakes and turtles
also thrive in 'this environ-
ment, many of which are dan-
gerous. Alligators, rattle
snakes, soft shell turtles and
snapping turtles are just some
of the crineirs that you want to
avoid.
Ranger Erixton has had per-
sonal experience with the
speed at which as snapping or
soft shell turtle can move and


the damage their sharp claws
can cause.
If you'd rather ride than
walk, there are very nice bik-
ing trails, and the Suwannee
Bicycle Association sponsors
several rides throughout the
year. There are also designat-
ed horse trails, where riders
can enjoy the scenery with-
out being disturbed by motor-
ized vehicles. The Santa Fe
Trail Riders also occasionally
sponsor rides in the park.
Just note that proof of a nega-
tive Coggins test is required.
Birding lovers return again
and again to the park to view
the herons and egrets, wood
ducks, red-tailed hawks and
red-shouldered hawks,, wood-
peckers, barred ,owls, ruby-
throated hummingbirds, war-
blers, vireos, wrens, swallows
and thrashers .that pass
through or reside in the park.
Wild. turkeys, bald eagles,
northern mockingbirds, scar-
let' tanagers,, the rufous-sided
towhee and indigo buntings
also have been scene at the
park.
For the outdoor sports
enthusiasts, fresh-water fish-
ing for large mouth bass, black
crappie, sunfish, bream and
channel catfish is recommend-
ed. A fishing permit is
required. Arid surprisingly,
limited hunting is permitted
inside the Wildlife
Management Area for
archery, muzzle loading,,small


game and turkey seasons,
There is extensive information
available at the park about
when, where and how you can
hunt. Currently, the hunting,
areas are open for archery
hunting.
If all this activity wears you
out, there are picnic pavilions
throughout the park. A picnic
pavilion at the Little Shoals
entrance holds up to 40 people,:
and picnic tables (including
handicap accessible tables)
and grills are located off of
Godwin Bridge Road at the Big
Shoals entrance.
The Park is open from
8 a.m. until sundown, 365
days year. To get there, take
Interstate 75 to Hwy 136 East
(Milepost Exit 439, Old Exit
84). Go three miles to Hwy.
41. Turn right and travel less
than a mile to Hwy 135. Turn
left on Hwy 135. Little Shoals
entrance is approximately
five miles on the right. To
enter through the Big Shoals
entrance, continue past the
Little Shoals entrance for
another 4.5 miles. Big Shoals
entrance is on the right.
To get more information
about Big Shoals Park on the
Internet. log on to www.
floridastateparks. org/bigshoals.
And if you are interested in
learning more about the
Columbia County Historical
Society that meets four times a
year. contact Carol Terry at
,752-3523.


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Columbia County Bank
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By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
Local elementary
students are
getting tutorial tips
for the Florida
Comprehensive
Assessment Test from an
unexpected source a finan-
cial institution.
The Columbia County Bank
has launched a new program
to help area students improve
their scores on the math por-
tion of the FCAT. The pro-
gram is called "The ABCs of
Banking" and its part of the
Columbia County Bank's
school partners program.
"We're just going in and
basically teaching the kids.
things that are important on
the FCAT tests, that they are
not being introduced to," said
Charlene Brown, Columbia
County Bank marketing
assistant.
She said the program pres-
entation, which is conducted
by volunteers from the. bank,
teaches the students the cor-
rect way to write checks,
write deposit tickets and to db
their balances. They plan to
have the presentation at all of
the county's schools.
"We touch on credit and
credit scores and we even
show them mutilated money,
and all of these words show
up on the vocabulary part of
the FCAT, I've been told,"
Brown said.
"In an effort to assist our
community's children facing
FCAT testing in the spring, we
are providing this new interac-
tive program." said Columbia
County Bank president, Bruce
Naylor, in a prepared state-


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ment. "We understand how
Difficult testing of any kind
can be on any student,
especially in math."
As part of the program, the
students are given letters
from bank representatives to
take home and share the
information with their parents
as well as a Web site which
provides additional informa-
tion: www.orangekids.com.
Gary A. Hamm, a Five
Points Elementary School
teacher, said it was important
for the students to be intro-
duced to the information at a
young age.
"Hopefully this is going to
help the students prepare for
FCAT, and probably more
important, I think this shows
them there is a necessity for
math," he said. 'This is an
application of math."
During thie presentation in
Hamnim's class, about 20 fifth
grade students took part in
the lesson where they wrote
checks, balanced check
books and learned about
money, general bank terms
and the Federal Deposit
Insurance, Corporation.
"I think the reason they
need these skills is because it
will help them realize at an
earlier grade that if they want
to save-up money for some-
thing in the future, now is the
time to go ahead and start
saving," he said. "They are
finding out as kids this is a
pretty easy skill and it's not
that difficult."
Michael Reid, a Five Points
Elementary school teacher,.
said he's noticed a change in
his students' vocabulary since
the presentation.
"They were actually using
the words that were
banl-related," he zaid. "I
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heard the words debit and
credit, which are very impor-
tant words related to general
banking and the word with-
drawal, they associated it with
subtraction."
He said on Fridays, he nor-
mally has a weekly test and he
added some of the bank-relat-
ed terms and the students did
very well on the test.
Hamm said the FCAT for
students in third-fifth grades
include Sunshine State
Standards, schoolwork legisla-
tors feel students must be able
to master before being promot-
ed to the next grade, and those
standards include banking.
"Banking is a standard cov-
ered in social studies, and as I
remember, the issue of credit
was also one of the standards,"
he said.
'"We're doing the presenta-
tion with the fifth graders pri-
marily because they will be
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they need these skills
is because it will
help them realize
at an earlier grade
that if they want to
save-up money for
something in the
future, now is the,
time to go ahead
and start saving.9
Gary Hamm,
Five Points Elementary teacher
Brown said. 'We felt it was
important to do this because
so many parents have come to
us and said they wished their
child knew how to write a
check. We just took the initia-
tive to come to the schools and
find out what was important
and the things that we could
touch on that might help the
studpets."', .


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Chili Cookoff
Lake City Fire Department firefighter Andy Herndon (from left), chief driver engineer Randy
Burnham, driver engineer Jeff Crawford and Lt. David Boozer judge chilli samples during the
Annual Great Chili Cookoff hosted by Lake City Veterans Affairs Medical Center in the VA
auditorium Friday morning. The Chili Cookoff took place in conjunction with National Fire
Prevention Week where this year's theme from safety advocates is 'Use Candles with Care.'

BUSINESS BRIEFCASE


Dampier named
to Board
PSB BancGroup, Inc.
Chairman, AC. Milton, Sr.,
announced Friday that
Christopher H. Dampier, the
Senior Vice President and
Chief Lending Officer of
Peoples State Bank, a wholly-
owned sub-
PSB
BancGroup,
Inc., has ..
been named
a Director of .-..
Peoples Dampier
State Bank.
"The Board of Directors of
PSB BancGroup, Inc. have
been impressed with Mr.
Dampier's contributions as
part of the management team
and have confidence that he
can have an even more posi-
tive impact as a member of the


Board of Directors of the
Bank," Milton said.
Dampier joined Peoples
State Bank in 2003 and is
active in a number of commu-
nity organizations serving on
the United Way Board of
Directors and Executive
Board, various positions at
Parkview Baptist Church, and
has served on the Board of
the Chamber of Commerce.

CDS welcomes
six to Board
GAINESVILLE As a part
of its continuing effort to
strengthen the community,
Corner Drug Store, Inc., has
recently appointed six addi-
tional members to its Board of
Directors.
The new members include:
Dr. Elayne Cassisi, psychia-
trist; Rev. Freeman Gallmon,
Mt..Moriah Baptist Church;


Chief Gary Getchell, Palatka
Police Department; Alena
Lawson, Job Corps Center;
.Charles Page, The Village;
Robert Page, President;
Alarion Bank; and Jennifer
Price, youth member,,
Gainesville High School.
Besides general governance
of the organization, Corner
Drug Store's board is current-
ly working on a variety of
issues, including raising the
organization's profile as well
as preparing for the annual
Spotlight on Youth event. The
board meets monthly and its
annual meeting at noon on
Jan. 12 at the Thomas Center
is open to the public.
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Gainesville, Lake City and
Palatka and its services now
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Chevron NY 1.80 59.48 -1.52 -2.5 +13.3
Cisco Nasd ... 17.27 -.36 -2.0.-10.6
CocaCI NY 1.12 42.07 -.13 -0.3 +1.0
ColBgp NY .61 22.02 -.05 -0.2 +3.7
Delhaize NY 1.13 59.60 +.41 +0.7 -21.4
DollarG NY .18 18.89 -.16 -0.8 -9.1.
FPLGps NY 1.42 44.25 -1.47 -3.2 +18.4
FamDIr NY .38 21.63 +.87 +4.2 -30.7
FordM NY .40 8.61 -.62 -6.7 -41.2
GenElec NY .88 34.34 +.12 +0.4 -5.9
GnMotr NY 2.00 27.98 -.31 -1.1 -30.2
GaPacif NY .70 31.03 -.70 -2.2 -17.2
GdyFam Nasd .12 8.30 -.45 -5.1 -9.2
HCA Inc NY .60 47.75 +.85 +1.8 +19.5
H:M.,T. ui NY .40 38.41 +.61 +1.6 -10.1
,'rh:,i-,p, Amex .04- 12.04 +.28 +2.4 +10.3


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Intel Nasd .32 23.23 -.59 -2.5 -.7
JDS Uniph Nasd 1.98 -.16 -7.5 -37.5
JeffPilot NY 1.67 52.91 +2.12 +4.2 +1.8
LowesCos NY .24 61.21 -1.56 -2.5 +6.3
Lucent NY ... 3.06 -.13 -4.1 -18.6
McDnlds NY .67 32.32 +.10 +0.3 +.8
Microsoft Nasd .32 24.67 +.08 +0.3 -7.7
Motorola NY .16 20.16 -1.44 -6.7 +17.2
Nasd100TrNasd .41 38.06 -.28 -0.7 -4.6
NY Times NY .66 28.20 -72 -2.5 -30.9
NobltyH Nasd .20 25.35 -1.90 -7.0 +8.0
OcciPet NY 1.44 72.73 -4.86 -6.3 +24.6
Oracle Nasd ... 12.31 +.33 +2.8 -10.3
Penney NY .50 50.09 +4.15 +9.0 +21.0
PepsiCo NY 1.04. 57.51 +.04 +0.1 +10.2
Pfizer NY .76 24.32 -.07 -0.3 -9.6
Potash NY .60 83.15 -7.20 -8.0 +.1
Ryder NY .64 33.54 +.46, +1.4 -29.8
SearsHldgsNasd ... 115.67 -4.83 -4.0 +16.9
SemiHTr Amex .20 34.46 -.99 -2.8 +3.3
SiriusS Nasd ... 6.17 -.25 -3.9 -19.0
SouthnCo NY 1.49 33.30 -1.60 -4.6 -.7
SPDR Amex 2.39 118.67 -.92 -0.8 -1.8
SPEngy Amex .57 48.34 -1.19 -2.4 +33.1
SunMicro Nasd ..: 3.98 -.19. -4.6 -26.2
TimeWarn NY .20 18.00 -.01 -0.1 -7.5,
WalMart NY .60 45.04 +1.01 '+2.3 -14.7


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Money Rates
Last Pvs Week
Prime Rate 6.75 6.75


-Diary Discount Rate 4.75 4.75
Diary Federal Funds Rate 3.75 3.75
Advanced 1,013 Treasuries.
Declined 2,240 3-m.:.r, I, ? 70 3 5?
New Highs 87 1
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Til..I u,-J 3,331 5-,+4' 4 4 4 --
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Currencies
Last Pys Day
Australia 1.3294 1.3356'
Britain 1.7689 1.7538
Canada 1.1861 1.1833
Euro .8270 .8341
Japan 113.92 114.71
Mexico 10.8900 10.9420
S iL> rlnr, 1 I 2814 1 2918
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All oth-
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Total Assets Total Return/Rank Pct MinInit
Name Ob) ($Mins) NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt
Vanguard IdxFds: 500 n SP 70,892 109.38 -4.0 +9.4/A -6.8/A. NL 3,000
American Funds A: GwthFdA p XG 68,625 28.72 -3.6 +16.1/B +3.1/A 5.75 250
American Funds A: InvCoAA p LV 66;254 30.66 -3.8 +9.7/C +19.4/C 5.75 250
American Funds A: WshMutA p LV 62,809 29.95 -4.3 +6,3/E +31.1/B 5.75 250
Fidelity Invest: Contra n XG 55,682 60.74 -3.3 +18.4/B +22.6/A NL 2,500
PIMCO Instl PIMS: TotRet n IB 52,970 10.57 -1.0 +2.4/A +42.1/A NL 5,000,000
F,dieIly Invest: Magellan n LC 52,491 102.38 -4.1 +7.9/D -14.6/D NL 2,500
1.: sCox: Stock XV 49,915 131.87 -3.6 +17.2/A +83.0/A NL 2,500
Arrin.,:an Funds A: lncoFdAp MP 48,141 18.01 -3.7 +7.11C +54.3/A 5.75 250
Arn,-,c n Funds A: CaplnBIdA p MP 42,503 52.38 -3.0 +10.4/B13 +64:8/A 5.75 250
Arr.,,:a. Fund- A Eupa.:A p IL 41,920 39.28 -1.8 +25.5/A +29.1/B 5:75 250
v.ar.ua.rd in:..l FdJ Irlaid,. r, SP 39,362 108.49 -4.0 +9.5/A -6.3/A NL 5,000,000
Arner,,: an Fund- A Ca pvCWrA p GL 37,631 35.73 -1.9 +21.2/A. +64.1/A 5.75 250
Fi.dii., Invest: LowPrrn MV 37,195 39.37 -4.9 +17.1/B +127.1/A NL 2,500
va,,luard Admiral: 500Adml n SP 35,566 109.38 -4.0 +9.5/A NS NL, 100,000
Amrii.:an Funds A: NewPerA p GL 35,341 28.73 -2.9 +17.1/C +26.2/B 5.75 250
Arr,,:an Fundi A BalA p BL 32,396 17.59 -2.9. +5.7/ +49.3/A 5.75 250
Ri.r i-i.c:Il Gar,.,: LC 31,288 36.02 -3.2 +6.8/D -5.3/B NL 2,500
Flily irv.i D.,elr,I rn IL 30,283 30.89 .-2.9 +23.0/B +49.0/A NL 2,500
Varn.u)i.j Fd. Wn.;lii LV 29,231 31.19 -4.7 +13.5/B +38.5/A NL 3,000
Vargu.id i. F.is :-lisv r, XC 28,958 28.42 -4.2 +11.3/C -0.9/C NL 3,000
Vanguard Fds: Welltn n BL 26,446 30.34 -2.8 +10.0/A +45.1/A NL 3,000
Fidelity Invest: Equtlnc n El 25,992 51.14 -4.4 +9.3/D 420.6/C NL 2,500
Fidelity Invest: GroCo n XG 25,668 57.34, -3.7 +16.8/B -28.2/C NL 2,500
Fidelity invest: Puritan BL 24,077 18.13 -3.1 ,+6.9/C +27.5/A NL 2,500
Dodge&Cox: Balanced n BL 23,381 79.51 -2.5 +11.1/A +71.4/A NL 2,500
American Funds A: FundlnvA p LV 23,370, 33.24 -4.3 +15.1/A +18.9/C 5.75 250


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BMCSft ..... ... -.13 +3.8 19.30
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BkofAm 2.00 4.8 10 -.22 -10.5 42115
BkNY .84 2.8 16 +.72 -10.9 79-
BarrickG .22 .8. 49 -1.72 +11.0 26.88
Baxter .58 1.6 25 -1:37 +8.3 37.39
BearSt 1.00 1.0 10 -1.54 +1.1 103.46
BearingP If ... .. ... -.54 -10.6 7.18,
BeazrHms .40 .7 7 -1.,56 +11.7 54.44
BellSouth 1.16 4.6 11 +.09 -9.9 25.03
BestBuy s .32 .7 20 +.70 +9.5 43.29
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Boeing 1.00 1.5 31 +.20 +30.4 67.50
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ABrMySq 1.12 5.0 18 -.69. -12.9 22.31
BuriNSF .80 1.4 21 -1.48. +21.4 ,43
BuriRsc .40 .6 15 -2.68 +61.1 7006
CIGNA .10 .1 7 -4.18' +36.8 111
CITGp J.64 1.5 11 -1.05 -4.4 43:82
CVSCps .15 .6 23 -.60 +10.8 24.98
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CdnNRsgs .24 ...... -.60 +82.9 39.11
CapOne. .11 .23 14 -2.57 -13.3 72.97
CardhlHlth .24 .4 268 -.07 +9.2 63:48
CaremkRx ... .... 28 -1.24 +22.0 48.11
CarMax ... ... .22 -1.68 -12.9 -27.04
Carnival .80 1.7 18 -.53 -17.5 7.5 47.54
Caterpil s 1.00 1.8 16 -1.88 +12,3 54.74
Cemex 1.18 2.5 .., -3.16 +30.6 47.58
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ASMLHId .... ..... +.50 +8.0 17.19
ATITech ... ... ... -29.7 13.64
Abgenix ... ... ... -.43 -1.3 10.21
Activisn ... ... 35 +1.01 -+35.8 20.55
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Alamosa .. ....... -1.35 +21.6 15.16
AlteraCp ... ; ... '24 -.77'-15.1 17.57
Amazon ... .. ...35 '+.07 -1.1 43.79
AEagleOs .30 1.3 13 -1.37 -1.7 23.16
Ameritrade ... -... -28 -1.47 +37.3 19.53
Amgen ... 34 -1.,27 +18.1 '75.75
AmkorT .. '...... -.25 -42.5 3.84
Amylin ... ... ... +1.69 +56.9 36.65
Aritigncs ... ... .. +.32 -47.3 5.33
ApolloG ... ... 26 -1.52 -24.1 61.26
AppleCs ... ....35 +2.70 +67.7 54.00
ApldMatl .12 '.7 21 +.45 +1.3 17.33
AMCC ... ...... -.15 -35.2 2.73
Arris .... ........-1.56 +47.6 10:39
Atmel .... ..... +.01 -42.1 2.27
Avanex ... ...... +.03 -75.8 .80
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BeaconP .... ...... -.04+139.1 2.20
BedBath : ... ... 21 -.82 .-5.1 37.80
Biocryst ... ..... +5.10 +189.8 16.75
Biogenldc ...... 93 +.31 -42.9 38.02
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FamDIr .38 1.8 17 +.87 -30.7 21.63
FannieMIf 1.04 2:.3 7 +2.26 -37.4 44.61
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FirstData .24 .6 19- .+.41 -5.5 40.21
FirstEngy 1.72 3.6 19 -2.46 +22.2 48.30
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FordM .40 4.6 7 -.62 -41.2 8.61
FdgCCT gs7.20 ...... -1.56 +52.6 39.25
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Pred,1a,: 1.40 2.4 .. +1.39 -19.3 59.47
FMCG 1:00 2.2 17 '-.62 +20.7 46.15
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FreescB n ..... '... -2.57 +17.0 21.49
FriedBR 1.36 14.7 6 -.24 -52.2 9.26
FrontOils- .16 .4 17 -3.73 +174.8 36.63
Frontline 12.90 32.9 3 -1.51 +3.4 39'17
GameStp ... ... 26 +.25 +38.4 30:95
Cap 3 .18' 1.1 13 -.55 -23.4, 16.18
Gateway .. .. ... *-.26 -56.4 2.62
Genentch .... ... 79 +3.85 +56.1 85.00
GnMarit 2.61 7.2 5 +.20 -9.3 36.22
GenMills 1.32 2.7 15 +.95 -1.5 48.98
GMdb32B 1.31 :,8.0 .. -.63 -28.7 16.46
GMdb33 1.56 8.4 -.66 -30.6 18.51
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HewlettP .32 1.2 26 +.44 +31.3 27.54
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Hilton .16 .8 21 -2.09 -12.3 19.95
HomeDp .40 1.0 16 +.61 -10.1 38.41
HonwIllntI .83 2.3 21 -.45 +1.9 36.10
HostMarr .44 2.6 51 -.23 -2.9 16.80
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ImpacMtg 1.80 17.3 4 -.15 -54.0 10.43
INCO .40 :9 10 r-1.59 +16.2 42.74
lngerRd s .64 1.7 10 -.72 -8.4 36.79
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Legal

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CO-
LUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 05-290-CA
COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK,
Plaintiff, '
vs.
COREY L. WILLIAMS, GWENDO-
LYN G. WILLIAMS, and PARAGON
WAY, INC., f/k/a TXCOLLECT, INC.,
Defendants ...
NO(.ITICE iF PUBLt. >.- LE
Notice i: here:,;, .-.en tl-,tLhe flo. rI g
described real property:
Lot 9, except the East 531.76 feet, and
Lot 17, Pinehills Subdivision, a subdivi-
sion according to the plat thereof record-
ed in Plat Book 5, Pages 58-58A, public
records of Columbia County, Florida.
shall be sold by the Clerk of this Court,
at public sale, pursuant to'the Final Judg-
ment rendered in the above styled action
dated October 11, 2005 at the Columbia
County Courthouse in Lake City, Co-
lumbia County, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.,
on Wednesday, December 14, 2005, to
the best and highest bidder for cash.
WITNESS my hand and official seal in
the State and County aforesaid this llth
da:, t O.:ober 200151
P bE \VITTC ~SON
Clerk ,?f C. 'in
by:/s/ L. WHITCHARD
Deputy Clerk
03528226
October 16, 23, 2005

REPORTER Classifieds
In Print and On Line
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Heating & Air

01555804 .
Central Air & Refrigeration
of N.Fla. Commercial &
residential, sales & service.
24 hr service avail. CAC 39621
Call 386-965-4852


Concrete Work

01555847
CRETE'IT
CONCRETE SERVICES LLC
CALL 386-288-6755

J & N Construction Services
Remodeling & new construction,
decks & re-roof. All work guarantee
Please call: 386-752-7487

Painting Service

N & N: We come .from the old
school. Affordable painting &
pressure washing. Since 1952. Save
$100 on all paint jobs by calling:
386-965-0482 or 386-697-6237
Free Estimates..

Nick's Painting & Pressure
Washing. 20 yrs exp. Quality Work,
Free Estimates. Will Meet or Beat
all other Estimates. 386-344-4242

Home Improvements

The Carpenters Touch Inc
Home repairs & remodeling.
Licensed & insured. Free estimates
Call 386-365-3314/755-1462


Legal

NOTICE OF INTENT BY THE
SCHOOL BOARD OF COLUMBIA
'COUNTY
TO ADOPT RULE AND SET PUBLIC
HEARING
The School Board of'Columbia County
will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,
November 22, 2005, at 7:00 p.m., at 372
W. Duval Street, Lake City, Florida, on
proposed amendments to rules, regula-
tions and procedures f.:,, \ht : .:...:i .',r .n .11
thc Columbia,. Count, '.: _.r,....l S., .o, ..
'The pulhlic is invited ., iitr.d -L:l..,r i,
anticipated at this meeting. .
Persons with disabilities who require as-
sistance to participate in the public hear-
ing are requested to notify the Office of
the Superintendent at 755-8000 at least
48 hours in advance so that their needs
can be accommodated.
TITLE: Job Description #57 Leader-
man
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: Amending
requirement to have a Florida CDL with
airbrake endorsement from Class "A" to
Class "B".
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY:
1012.22, 1012.23; Florida Statutes
TITLE: Job -Description #57-A -
Lead/Training Custodian
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: New posi-
tion to provide custodial services for as-
signed facility; to train custodians to pro-
vide a safe, clean and well maintained
school sites; and to assist in coordinating
the work of the custodial staff through-
out the district.
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY:
1012.22, 1012.23; Florida Statutes
TITLE: Job Description #59 Mainte-
nance I, II, 111, IV
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: Amending
requirement to have a Florida CDL with


Legal

airbrake endorsement from Class "A" to
Class "B" and allowing the employee six
months to meet this requirement.
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY:
1012.22, 1012.23; Florida Statutes
TITLE: Job Description #61 Mainte-
nance Helper
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: Amending
requirement to have a Florida CDL with
airbrake endorsement from Class "A" to
Class "B" and allowing the employee six
months to meet this requirement.
SPECIFIC LEGAL ,AUTHORITY:
1012.22, 1012.23; Florida Statutes ,
TITLE: 6.211 -Approval of Leaves
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: Amending to
require all out-of-state travel to have
school board approval.
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY:
1001.41, ,1001.42, 1012166, 1001.39;
Florida Statutes .
TITLE: 6.31 Terminal Pay for Sick
Leave
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: Amending to
allow for employees separating from
employment with the district during their
thirteenth year of service or thereafter be
paid their daily rate of pay multiplied by
80% times the number of days of accu-
mulated sick leave days.
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY:
1001.41, 1001.42, 1012.61, Florida Stat-
utes.
TITLE: 8.37 Key Control and Security
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: New policy
to promote the safety of students and
employees and to secure School Board
property. Authorizes the Superintendent
to establish a uniform procedure for de-
veloping and operating a centralized
locking system. Requires responsible
party to bear the' cost of replacing lost or
damaged keys.


Lawn & Landscape Service Land Services


!! GROFF PROPERTY CARE !!
A Total Lawn Maintenance Co.
Caring for your property like it's
ours! FREE Quotes! 386-984-6199
Custom Cuts Lawn & Landscape.
Customized lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, design. Com,. & Resd. Lic. &
insured. Call 386-496-2820 Iv msg.
TIME TO MULCH
Make your flower beds look like
new. Delivered & spread or just
delivery. 386-935-6595

Services

01555711'
Outside Storage
Boats, RV's & Trucks.
$1.00 per ft.
Call 386-365-3865

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

drywall services

DRYWALL Hang, Finish;
Textures; Plaster & Stucco Repairs;
Interior & Exterior Painting.
386-752-2412

Pressure Cleaning

EARL'S PURE
Pressure Washing & Painting.
Free Estimates Earl Goff
386-935-3230


os Bulldozer Work! Tractor
work, root raking, bush hogging,
seeding, sodding, disking, site prep
& landscape work. Custom Lawn
Scare. Irrigation Repair &
Installation. Free Estimate!
Call 755-3890 or (386) 623-3200


Tree Service


03527584
Jake's Stump Grinding.
Self propelled machine. Enters
36" gate. Satisfaction Guaranteed
or-double your stumps back.
386-935-0742 or 344-4469


Flooring Installation

LAMINATE FLOORING
10-25 yr Manufacturer Warranty.
Different colors. $1.49 SqFt.
352-538-2297'


Bankruptcy/Divorce

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

Area's best for 12+ Yrs. Low cost,
courteous, prof. svcs. File Bankrupt-
cy before changes. Wills, power/at-
torney, etc. Paula 386-454-2378.


Legal

SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY:
1001.41, 1001.42, 1006.07; Florida Stat-
utes
A complete text of the proposed amend-
ed rules,, regulations and procedures can
be obtained at the Office of the Superin-
tendent of Schools, 372 W. Duval St.,
Lake City, FL, between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday Fri-
day. Economic impact statements,
where applicable, are on file in the Of-
fice of the Supin, tnrdii at the above
li ed .ddre ,.
D ITED THIS I 2th DA' OF October,
2005.
SCHOOL BOARD OF' COLUMBIA
COUNTY
BY ATTEST
Steve Nelson
Superintendent
Grady D.
Markham Chairman
03528227
October 16, 2005


030 Personals

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

060 Services

03528230
30 YRS exp with our Older
Generation. Will stay with your,
loved one several days or nights
per week. Excellent ref.
Call 386-754-9152 or
386-697-6862 ask for Marlene


091 Talk Lines

START DATING TONIGHT!
Play the Florida dating game.
Call toll free: '
1-800-ROMANCE ext 1611.
100 Job
Opportunities
01555503
EXPANDING SALES FORCE

Benefits, Insurance & 401K
Call Bobby @ 386-752-7751
E-Mail:
PrestigeHomes090 yahoo.com

01555503
EXPANDING SALES FORCE

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

01555592




YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL WITH
DAVIS EXPRESS
STARKE, FL

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

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


S Opportunities


01555791
Maintenance Person Needed
For large MFG. CO. Must have
general maint. Skills & be able to
replace bearings and sprockets.
Some welding required. Ability to
troubleshoot a plus. Must have
own tools. Competitive wages.',
Bcnefiti avail, after 6 mths.
a\.cjiion & 401K'ia ail after 1 r.
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:
.%6-7-4523 DFWP


01555801
SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Wholesale paper distributor needs
an experienced sales person to
work an established territory in
Lake City, Live Oak, & Valdosta,
GA. Must be self motivated and
have own transportation.
Competitive salary & benefits.
Email resume to:
Jax(5heritagepaperco.com
or fax to 904-737-4902


01555831
METER READERS
Positions available in Lake City
area. F/T & P/T. Basic math,
computers & ability to walk
routes of 5-6 miles daily and work
daily in adverse weather and/or
'hazardous conditions. HS diploma
or equivalent. Valid FL drivers
license & personal vehicle
required, mileage reimbursed at
$.38/company mile plus $3/day
car allowance. $8.50/hr. to start.
Benefits plan also available after
90 days. Also available
Supervisory position, please
call for more details;
Call 1-888-896-1486 for more
information or apply in
person at 205 Marion St.
in Lake City.
SEVEN TRENT SERVICES
EOE/Drug Free Workplace


01555854
Director of Marketing
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
www.ACVillage.net
FT Marketing Director;
Bachelor's degree in Marketing,
advertising, or related field
required. Supervisory experience
required. Five or more years
marketing experience desired,
senior adult housing/services
experience strongly preferred.
Good benefits, great working
environment. EOE; Drug Free
Work Place; Criminal Back-
ground check required.
Apply in person at:
ACV Personnel Office
Mon-Fri. 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Carter Village Hall, 10680 CR
136, Dowling Park, FL,
fax resume to (386)658-5160


100 Jportuni
Opportunities


01555875


01555875
Lincare
Leading National Respiratory
company seeks results driven
Sales Represenialive.
Create working relationships
with MD's, nurses, social workers
and articulate our excellent
patient care with aten,,. e
IhiteltnL BHlI:. Co ip i cthi e Bj;.-
+ un-capped commission. ,
-Drug-free workplace. EOE. Fax
resume to: 352-335-4959

01555938
Columbia County
Sheriff's. Office
is accepting applications for the
following positions:
*LPN (P/T)
*Communications Officer
*Detention Deputy
*School Crossing Guard (P/T)
All applicants must have a, high
school diploma or its equivalent.
All Deputies must be Florida
State Certified. The C.C.S.O is an
EEO Employer. Applications may
be obtained at the
Columbia County Shenff'fs Office
Operations Center at 4917 East
U.S. Hwy 90 or on-line at
www.columbiasheriff.com

01555980


LAKE CITY

Child Development
Associate Instructor
(Adjunct Position, Trenton)
Master's degree with 18 graduate
hours in Early Childhood
Education or Child Development.
Position located in Trenton two
nights/week and one
Saturday/month. College
application and
transcripts required. Position
details and application available
on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Contact Kimberly Steams
(386) 754 4495 or email
steamsk(@)lakecitycc.edu
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City FL 32025
LCCC is accredited by SACS
VP/ADA/EA/EO College

01555982
HOMEMAKERS
Extended Family Services is
accepting applications for
dependable hardworking
individuals to do homemaking
services for customers Clean
background screen and
drug test required.
VAN DRIVER
Columbia County Senior Services
is taking applications for
dependable individuals for a full
time Van Driver position. Clean
driving record, drug test, &
criminal background screen req.
Applications available at CCSS,
480 SE Clements PL. Lake City
EOE/Drug Free Workplace.

Clerical & Industrial
Work Available.
Call WAL-STAF
386-755-1991


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LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2005


100 Opportunities

01555992
GROWING COMPANY has
various positions to fill with
excellent opportunities for a
progressive career. The work
environment is fast paced,
focused and offers a professional
business work environment. If
you are energetic, self-reliant and
a hard-worker, this is your
opportunity to excel in a new job.
FAX resume to: 813-283-9132

01555997
Growing Local Distribution Co.
is looking to fill the
following position:
Bookkeeper
The ideal candidate will have at
least 2 yrs exp in commercial
invoicing and inventory control.
AP Exp. is also helpful. Must be
proficient at 10 key and Excel.
Salary commensurate with
qualifications. Respond to:
Controller, PO Box 3609
Lake City Florida, 32056
or fax to: 386-758-0984

01555998
Driver/Flatbed
NEW PAY INCREASE!!
Up to 39/mi
ALL MILES
Home Weekends
& 1-2 Nights/Wk-
FL, GA, AL Dispatch
BCBS Family Insurance Plan
Starting at only $39.951wk!
Min. 23 yrs. old,
Must have Class (A) CDL &
1 yr OTR Flatbed exp.
SUNBELT TRANSPORT
Call Bonnie: 800-793-0953
Or Apply Online!
www.patriottrans.com

01556000 '
Drivers CDL A
Got the Drive?
We've got the truck!
$3,000 Sign-On Bonus
(Company Drivers)
Pre-Pass Plus,o NYC or
Canada, Optional NE, &
NO loading/Unloading
Must be 22 .... 1 r. OTR
If less than 1 year exp., ask about
our training program!
No Hazmat Required
1-800-848-0405
www.ptl-inc.com

03527992
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THE L \KE CITY REPORTER
i cimrrntll looLk g t.,i a,
independent newspaper carrier for
Columbia Cityto Old Wire
Rd/SR47 Deliver the Reporter in
the early morning hours
Tuesday Sunday. No delivery on
Monday's. Carrier must have
dependable transportation. Stop
by the Reporter today to fill out a
contractor's inquirers, form.
No phone calls please!'

03527993



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 Tuic-d J Suri.a',
No deli er, on Monrid.', s. Carrier
must have dependable
transportation. Stop by the
Reporter today to fill out a
contractor's inquirers form.
No'phone calls please!

03528134
Meter Reader Supervisor
Severn Trent Services.
Management & Utility
Experience preferred. Ability to
Plan, organize & coordinate meter
reading functions for multiple
contracts: Ability to deal
effectively with employees &
clients. High school diploma or
equivalent & valid FL drivers Lic.
required. Extensive travel. Must
be well versed in Excel & Word.
Company vehicle provided &
great benefits. $10.50 per hour to
start. Call 888-896-1486 for more
information or apply in person at:
205 Marion Street in Lake City.i

03528172
DIETARY TECHNICIAN
NEEDED
Must have DEGREE in Nutrition
Therapy or related field
and 1 yr exp. Or more.
FT/Benefits/Vacation.
Contact Bette Forshaw NHA at
386-362-7860 or apply at
Suwannee Health Care
Center 1620 E Helvenston Street
Live Oak, Florida 32064
EOE/D/V/M/F


01555983
Drivers
NEW SE REGIONAL
PAY PACKAGE
New Valdosta Terminal
1jOImmediate Openings
GREAT Pay ~ GREAT Benefits.
GREAT Hometime
6 Mth T/T Experience &
Class A CDL Req'd


Transport System, Inc.
Call Doug today at:
1-800-587-1964
epestransport.,com


100 'Opportunities

03528173
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.
Lake City, FL 32024
or Call Jeff at: 386-752-3723
for an appointment.
All relies are.strictly confidential.
ww w.travelcountryrv.com

0 3 5 2 8 2 10 .
Leading Aerospace Company
is looking for exp/non exp
aircraft mechanics. Employees
perform maintenance on various
commercial aircraft. Applicants
must be willing and able to
perform maintenance in confined
spaces. Applicants should have
a basic tool set as well as
mechanical knowledge. Please
fax/email resume to:
800-636-6814, jobs(@naasnet.com

03528213
AUTO TECHNICIAN.
NEEDED
Busy Chrysler-Dodge Dealership
has immediate opening for
Drivability Technician. Needs to
be proficient in electrical
diagnostic as well as engine
performance. We offer top pay,
profit sharing, and insurance.
,Please contact us in person:
SUNBELT CHRYSLER
DODGE
US 90 West
Lake City, FL 32056

03528234
ROAD RULES
10 Immediate openings for the.
sharpest Guys & Gals to represent
Sports, Fashion, & News
PuhC .tiin,. Mklti, be 184 money
motivated & able to start
immediately. Transportation
provided, 2 wk training & daily
pay. Call 866-891-3673

03528296
** Carpenters/AC Tech's **
Exp. Required
Tools & Trans. a must.
TOP PAY FOR QUALIFIED
APPLICANTS
Paid empIo. ':: lie.a hl dcnt.l.
life ins; *' ,d .1 '.. l.'i
Free uniforms, Education asst,
Career advancement
Year round employment
Live Where you Work
EOE, DFWP
220 N. Main St.
352-375-2152 x 328
email:
dvince(@teamparadigm.com
www.teamparadigm.com

03528298
NOW HIRING
WEICHERT, REALTORS
Burbach & Associates is now
seeking FT/PT help. Experienced
Real Estate Broker needed for
Office Manager, Receptionist &
Transaction Coordinator needed.
(TITLE EXPERIENCE IS
NECESSA\RY) To apply please
S email your resume to:
james @weichert-burbach.com

03528259
Attn: Van & Flatbed Drivers
HOT NEW
OPPORTUNITIES AT:



Pemberton

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

1 iali-n -'Leader Seeks
Full-Time A&P, Line Maint.
Technicians, Inspectors RII & NDT
a plus. Position at Orlando Intl.
Airport.Competitive Salaries,
401K, Medical, Dental.
Fax Resume 305-471-8676
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

Driver


HII 1T SETTLE
for less-
Covenaht Transport





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

r 8a8-MORE-PAY ]
888-667-3729
No CDL? No Problem I
866-280-5309 /


0 1 Opportunities
CARPENTERS
MECHANICAL ASSEMBLERS
We need your work experience
of 6 mths or more.
Skills needed include: experience in
Trim/Finish Carpentry, building
wooden furniture. Good mechanical
skills. 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.
City of Lake City
is accepting applications for the
following positions in the
Gas Service Tech I -.0506(08)
Maintenance Worker 0506(07)
For a complete list of minimum
qualifications and to fill out an
application, please visit us at:
City Hall, 205 N. Marion Avenue,
Lake City, Florida 32055.
Deadline for this position is:
FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 2005.
The City of Lake City is an
an EEO/AA/ADA/VP employer
CLERICAL
Different Positions Available
All Levels
Fax Resume to 386-755-7911 or
Call 386-755-1991 for an appt.
Wal-Staf Personnel
CLERICAL -
Wal-Staf is now hiring for an
Accounts Payable Clerk
Must have strong Clerical skills
Backgrd & Drug Screens required
Fax resume to: 386-755-7911 or
Call for an appt 386-755-1991
DELIVERY DRIVER with clean
Class E needed Mon-Fri. Good
benefits offered after 90 days
(100% employee medical, Holiday
pay & Life Ins.), 401K & vacation
offered after 1 yr. of employment.
E.O.E. Pick up application at
Lake City Industries, 250 NW
Railroad Street. Ask for Jennifer
DISHWASHERS, SERVERS &
. Cooks Needed Immediately. Apply
in per.rion IHOP Lake City.
No Phone Calls Please.
DRIVER NEEDED Come home
every night! Based in Lake City,
FL. Will need to assist in load/
unload Hourly pay. Guaranteed
hours. Paid vacation and holidays.
Please Call or fax (267) 295-1172
DRIVER WANTED: 2 yrs over,
the road experience. Class A CDL.
Drug Test & Clean Driving Record.
'Call 386-364-4621
Dump Truck Drivers Wanted
Class A or B license
Contact V&J's at
386-497-1080

F/T CARPENTER
Advent Christian Village
.: 658-JOBS (5627)
FT Carpenter. High school
diploma or equivalent desired.
Finish carpentry and exterior
siding experience required. EOE;
DFW, Criminal background
checks required. Apply in person
at ACV Personnel Department
Mon thru Fri, 9:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m., Carter'Village Hall,
10680 CR 136, Dowling Park,,
FL; fax resume to (386)658-5160;
: or visit www.ACVillage.net


100 Job
100 'Opportunities
Form Carpenters
Experienced, for project near Lake
City Airport. Call Craig Hannah
904-591-3230
Future General Manager,
Sighing 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
GROUP HOME Staff needed
in High Springs. (in Columbia
County). Working with mentally.
challenge kids. CPR/lst aid
required. Must be dependable &
work nights, &weekends.
Call Candi 386-454-5224
Heavy Equipment Operator
Finish Dozer & Excavator for
Landfill Project in Live Oak
Excellent pay. 800-324-6369
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.
INDUSTRIAL
New to Lake City?
Tired of looking for work on your
own? Various positions
available/All Shifts
Must be-able to lift up to 70Ibs
Drug Screens & Backgrd Check reqc
Call 386-755-1991

Drivers
$1,000 Sign On
Offered For Exp'd
OTR Drivers!



USATRUCK

DEDICATED OR
REGIONAL
Co., 0/0's, Teams & Students
Call 7 Days a Week
800-889-5805
www.gousatruck.com
eoe m/f/h/v

Loan Processor/Closer
Experience required. Must have
good typing, computer and people
skills. Health insurance and
other benefits available.
Send reply to: Box 01055,- C/O The
Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056
LOCAL GRASSING
COMPANY
is seeking Truck Drivers. Class A
CDL required. Pay rate based on
experience. Duties include hauling
equipment, sod, and square hay
bales. Mon.-Fri. w/some weekend
".,ok icdqijij. \N.1.6 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.
LOOKING FOR a Class A CDL
Truck Driver. Must be drug free and
willing to travel. Start at $15.00
per hour., insurance, 401K..
Call John at 386-752-0141


Automotive Sales Consultants
at Walt's Live Oak Ford Mercury
Highest Commission in North Central Florida.
Excellent benefits including:
401K Life Insurance Medical Dental
ask for Eddie McCullough or Dave Esco,
or fax confidential resume to

1386-362'1112


One o'f Skyline's Ocala, Florida based Manufactured
Housing Divisions has an immediate need for an
experienced Assistant Service Manager with a
minimum of five years of industry experience:
S' /

The successful candidate will have helped manage
both in, house service representatives and
independent service contractors in performance of
work. Your .background should include computer
skills, excellent verbal and written communication
abilities, in-field experienced, and a sensitivity to
dealer and homebuyer needs.

If pleasing the customer is your concern, then this is
an outstanding opportunity to join a well established
industry leader, send your resume to:

SKYLINE CORPORATION
Oak Springs
Attn: Tony Westberry
Division Manager
1714 SW 17"' Street
Ocala, FL 34474
Email: twestberry(a skylinehomes.com
Fax: (352) 629-1841


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


ioo Job
Opportunities
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.
MANAGER: Entry Level Position
for retail sales lot. Apply at Lark
Portable Bldgs, 2023 W. US 90,
Lake City or call 386-755-4313
NEED LIVE in Care for Elderly
Blind Man. Must have own trans.
Salary $200 mo + room & board.
Please call 386-755-5537
NEEDED!!!!
MECHANIC
Need exp with GM Motors
Automatic Transmissions
Certified a Plus!!
Please call for an interview
Wal-Staf Personnel
386-755-1991
Drug screens & Backgrd Check req
NOW HIRING MACHINE
OPERATORS. MUST HAVE CNC
MACHINE SHOP EXPERIENCE.
Apply in person Grizzly Mfg. 174
NE Cortez Terrace, Lake City, FL
(Across from Airport)
SALES
Earn up to 80K + with areas leading
forklift dealership. College degree
plus 2 years sales experience
preferred. Qualified candidate will
sale our full line of equipment
in Tallahassee, Valdosta,
Gainesville, and Lake City area.
Fax resume to 904-693-0155.
SALES POSITION:
Looking for a HARD worker
S \\ Il GREAT
Customer Service Skills
Ready to Make Money
Call Lake CityWal-Staf
386-755-1991
For an Interview
Or
Fax Resume to 386-755-7911
Drug screen & Bact., rd Check Req.
Tractor Trailer Driverl
Large US Mail Contractor needs
j $lul-lr-ie l, c [oir-trailer driver.
$19.00 + per hour. Must have:.
Clean I \ R. 2 yrs recent exp, min
age 25, no felonies. Call Ernie or
Kayla for details 1-866-781-2245
Tractor Trailer Driver
w/Roll-Off Experience Class A
CDL + 3yrs exp. Home on
weekends & nights. Excellent
benefits. Apply at
201 NE Bascom Norris Dr.
EOE,NMF & DFWP ,'
Truck Driver Needed
Class "A" CDL Long Haul to NE.
Clean MVR. 2+ yrs Produce Exp.
Good Pay. Call (931)484-2672
Wal-Staf Personnel
Looking for a hard worker with:
Real Estate Exp
Loan Experience
Any Legal Exp. a Plus!!!
Please fax resume to: 386-755-7911
.O cJll 1',i ar ilnter iv ,
S 6.-- 55191 .
WANTED:
ASSISTANT & INSTALLER
For local tile & marble company.
Must'be-able to lift up to 70Ibs
Reliable Transportation a MUST!
Experience a plus
WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
386-755-1991
DRUG SCREENS &
BACKGROUND REQUIRED


100 J0ob
100 OOpportunities
Waste Management Inc.
Lake City/ Gainesville
Has an immediate opening for a
hard working, flexible individual to
fill the position of Driver/Laborer
fon Lake City and Gainesville. This
position requires a minimum Class
B CDL with air brake endorsement.
Waste Management offers a full
benefits package including health
insurance and 401 K plan. If you
feel you meet the requirements,
please apply by phone
1-877-220-JOBS (5627) or online at
WWW.WMCAREERS.COM
EOE/ADA/DFWP

WELDER
Apply in person at QFab,
3631 U.S. 90 East, Across
from airport, Lake City, FL
MUST PASS DRUG TEST

WELDERS/LABORERS
FOR MACHINE SHOP
Apply in person Grizzly Mfg.
174 NE Cortez Terrace
Lake City, FL (Across from airport)

12 Medical
120 Employment
03528054
REGISTERED

NURSES
SHANDS AT LAKE SHORE
the following positions are
currently available and we are
seeking qualified applicants.
OB
ICU
ER
MED/SURG
RN Per Diem Pool
$26.00 per hour plus shift
differential. For. more information
contact Human Resources at
386-754-8147, Apply in person at
368 NE Franklin St, Lake City,
Florida 32055, or visit our website
at www.shands.org.
EOE. M/F/D/V.
Drug Free Workplace .

03528221
PA/ARNP
Shands@LakeShore
Is currently seeking qualified
applicants for a full time position
for the Orthopedic Practice. Must
be a graduate of an accredited
PA/ARNP pi raim currently
Florida Licensed as a PA/ARNP.
Experienceiin an Orthopedic
Setting preferred. Shands offers
great benefits and competitive
salary. Apply on-line today at
shands.org or Call Bonnie Price,
Human Resources 386-754-8147.
EOE/M/F/D/V
Drug Free Work Place

PART-.TIME ( OPS) C.N.A.
a1 Vcterlarr' Domiciliar, Home
$0 o i hr Ro.ilang shi4t. Position
i. itV p_',ji., without benefits. Must
have valid C.N.A. certification with
24 months continuous employment
in a healthcare setting.
Apply on- line:
https://pepplefirst.nyflorida.com/
logon.htm or call Linda Thompson
at 386- 758- 0600 Ext 3117.
Closes: 10/31/05.
Assisted Living Facility #7975.


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Class A CDL Drivers Needed Now! OTR

120 New Trucks Arriving!.
*Top Pay!! *Pet Policy
*Health/Dental/Vision/Pd. Holidays
*RX Card/Sick Days
*HOME TIME!! *CONSISTENT MILES!

*No BullI!

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



Belk Now Hiring
Apply in Person at
2533 W. Hwy 90, Lake City

Cosmetic Counter Manager

and Seasonal Part-time Help
Qualified applicants should have retail/sales
background, excellent and proven customer
service skills. Flexible hours available, for
part-time associates; full-time associates
must be available for any day, all hours.
Great Benefits Available


I~ik


PRITCHETT



TRUCKING


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


www.pritchetttrucking.com |







LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2005


120\ Medical
120 Employment

03528304
MERIDIAN BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE, INC.
Counselor IV/Senior Clinician
MA or Lic. required.
Counselor III, BA required
Acute Care Prgm Dir
Child Welfare Case
Mgr or Trainee
Adult Case Manager
Emg Svcs Intake Eval.
Child Case Manager
Staff Psychiatrists CSU
Staff Psychiatrists SRT
Crt Behavior Analyst
LPN, RN, ARNP
Family Support Worker
Director of Fiscal
Program Dir. SRT
Psych Tech
Snr Client Rel. Specialist
Addictions Specialist
Excellent Benefits. EOE, DFWP
www.meridian-healthcare.org
Fax 352-374-5608

PART- TIME( OPS) LPN at
Veterans Domiciliary Home.
Position is for Monday through
Friday with no holidays. Position is
temporary without benefits.
Apply on- line:
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/lo
gon.htm or call Linda Thompson at
386- 758- 0600 Ext 3117.
Closes: 10/31/05.
Assisted Living Facility #7975.
ARNP or PA needed for busy
Internal Medicine and
Family Practice. Experience
preferred but not necessary. Top
salary paid and benefits package.
Fax CV or resume to 386-487-3209
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
3 p.m. 11 p.m. Full Time,
w/Insurance & Benefits.
Also needed all shifts
Part Time Weekerds
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Center
Live Oak, FL 32064
EOE/D/V/M/F
F/T Medical ReceptionistNeeded
Experience a must. Billing &
Coding preferred. Pain Management
experience a plus. Fax resume to:
386-719-9662
Growing Medical Office has an
immediate opening for exp.
Medical Assistant (F/T)
Fax Qualified
Resume to 386-752-0404
MEDICAL ASSISTANT wanted ,
immediately FT for Lake City
practice. Certification and two yrs.
front and back office experience
required. Great salary and complete
benefit package offered! Please fax
resume to HR at (352)224-2484
or e-mail simedpa(@yahoo.com
MEDICAL BILLING
Several years experience in Medical
Insurance Billing & Collections
required. Excellent Salary. Send
resume to: P.O. Box 3306, Lake
i 'ty;, FL'32056; Fax 386-755-2169,
?P/T PHLEBOTOMIST NEEDED
For busy Lake Cii, n-,icI:al practice
1-3 yrs experience preferred.
Fax resume to: 386-487-3209
Suwannee Medical Personnel
is hiring RN's, & LPN's for
J all Correctional Facilities.
NEW PAY RATES! All employees
are covered by workers comp., taxes
deducted, sign on bonus, daily pay,
etc. Call.Brenda at 386-754-1916.
www.suwanneemedical.com
Position Open Medical office
Receptionist/Clerk with
experience. Call 386-755-1960
for interview





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NEW ON MARKET. Brick home on 24 acres.
Updated with Pella windows, new carpet and
ceramic, large metal barn with 1/2 bath and
accessory farm buildings. Two road
frontage, next to gated community. Great
investment potential! MLS# 48360 Call Janet
Creel 755-0466
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IMMACULATE 3BR/2BA home in Mayfair
S/D. New ceramic tile, new carpet, a
screen back porch overlooking park-like,
flower filled yard that rolls gracefully
down to a pond. MLS#47673 Call Martha
Saunders 752-3945


120 Medical
120 iEmployment


01555991
Information Technology
Services Director
A 25 bed Statutory Rural Acute
Care Hospital, 68 bed Long Term
Care Nursing Home, and a
Primary and Multi-specialty
Physician Health Care Center
has a position available
in Macelenny, Florida.
Job Responsibilities
Manage day to day operation of
Financial & Clinical Application
systems minimizing downtime
and maximizing user benefits.
Support and manipulate SQL
Database to maximize efficiency
in the operation of the application
software packages. Daily
administration and
troubleshooting of Windows
Active Directory network and.
Exchange email system, including
operation, daily backups and
updating of in-house servers and
peripherals. Troubleshoot
network and connectivity issues,
hardware upgrades and software
installation. Support training and
operational requirements of the
end user. Manage and
support vendor interface
and vendor contracts.
Requirements:
Ideal candidate should have:
Excellent communication
skills & positive attitude.
Planning & Self Management
Skills
Computer Operations
Knowledge, .
Ability to learn
Hands on experience in basic
Administration, Maintenance
>' and Security of Windows
NT/2000/2003, ASP and
Server/Client Network
Environment and Windows
2000/XP Client Desktops.
Experience Troubleshooting
& Problem Solving Software
Applications w/Vendors
Additional Assets:
Understanding Hospital
Management & Hospital
Operations Fundamentals.
Proficient in Active Directory
& Windows DNS, Terminal :
Services, MS Exchange
Server/Client, Outlook,
MS Office XP.
Working Knowledge of
Operation & Administration
of Cisco Switches/Routers
& PIX Firewalls.
Knowledge w/identifying
and solving network
connectivity issues.
Understanding of server &
workstation PC hardware and
the ability to troubleshoot.
Knowledge in the operation
& maintenance of
Terminal Services and RDP.
E\perience ;'. oiking with
SHealth Information
Application Software.
Submit your resume with salary
requirements to:
Baker County Medical Services
159 North Third Street,
Macclenny, Florida 32063
Attn: Dennis R. Markos CEO
You may also
e-mail your resume to
drmarkos(5)bcmedsvcs.com
or fax it to 904-259-3160
Equal Opportunity Employer


160 Investments

01555927
LOOK!
Turn Your Income Tax Dollars
into Retirement Income for You
386-466-1104


170 Business
Opportunities

ABSOLUTE GOLD MINE!
60 Vending Machines, you OK
locations! all for $10,995.
800-234-6982 AIN#B02002039

180 Money to Loan
LakeCityHomeLoan.com
100% Loans Available
Cashout/Debt Consolidation
Local Broker 386-755-1839





BUY IT! *SELL IT!
FIND IT!


HOME ON 441 NORTH. Residential andl
income property. Currently comes with a
beauty shop that could be converted back to
rental apartment! CBS on one acre with
detached storage building. Highway frontage.
$169,900 Call Julia DeJesus 344-1590 or
Sharon Selder 365-1203


BUDGET BUY 3/2 HOME ON 1/2 ACRE South of
town. Mobile home in good condition, perfect
for just "starting out" or "stepping back". Easy
care, shady area, paved frontage. $49,900 Call
Julia DeJesus 344-1590 or Sharon Selder
365-1203


240 iSchools &
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 BOXER PUPPY.
1 Brindle male avail 11/01.
$500
386-755-3807
AMERICAN PIT Bull Terrier,
Full blooded. Big Blocky Dogs.
Has Health Cert. $125.
Call 386-623-9921
Free to Good Home
White Shepherd/Wolf mix, Female,
8 mo. No small children. Friendly.
386-776-2217
LARGE PET carrier
$35.00.
Call 386-752-0608


330 Livestock &
330 Supplies
ARABIAN GILDING, 14 yrs.
Well broke, plus two saddles,
bridles and other tack. $3,000 OBO.
Call 386-208-3495
BULLS FOR Sale: One is 7yrs old,
and other one is 1 yrs old.
Also for sale: Large barbecue pigs.
Call 386-755-3500

402 Appliances,
13,800 BTU
Window A/C,
Used. $200 OBO.
Call 386-496-3162
USED REFRIGERATOR
Works Good. $75.00
Call 386-758-8378

Washer or Dryer
Looks and runs good.
$85.00 each
Call 386-497-3987

403 Auctions

01555946
SURPLUS PROPERTY
Auction. Columbia County,
School Board, Public Works
Department & Solid Waste.
Sat., Oct. 22, 2005 at 9:00 a.m.
Two '95 IH 65 passenger busses,
2 '95 IH 78 passenger busses, '90
Badger 300, '89 Caterpillar 9.26E
loader, '90 Dodge Dakota, '89.
Dodge Dakota, '90 Ford Crown
'Vic, '87 Chevy S-10, '82 Ford
F-150, Computers, Office Fum,
Piano's, Table saw, Band Saw,
Drill Press, & much more.
Direcuton UIS 441 N to CR 25A,
Elrod Auciions '
904-699-7067.
AU2214/AB1698


404 Baby Things
ANTIQUE BABY bed/play pen
and baby bath. $45.00
Call 386-752-0608


408 Furniture -

Beautiful Cherry Dining Table w/ 6
chairs. Practically new. Must see to
appreciate! $450 OBO.
Call 386-752-1375
Black Wrought Iron'
Glass Top Table w/4 chairs. &
matching Backers Rack. $250
Call 386-961-9535
CHERRY WOOD
Coffee Table.
New. $125.
Call 386-758-1866 after 6:00 p.m.
OAK SECRETARY Desk.
$150.00
Call 386-758-1866
after 6:00 p.m.
SQUARE COFFEE table with
1 end table, has double glass insert,
$100 OBO.
Call 386-752-0608,

413 Musical
.41 Merchandise
60 KEY New Casio Piano with,
stand, Bench & Adapter. $100.00
Call 386-758-1866 after 6:00 p.m.

STEREO SYSTEM: Radio,
Double Cassette with 2 speeds. Turn
Table & Dual Speakers. $100.00
Call 386-758-1866 after 6:00 p.m.

A : -


2 ACRES COUNTY ROAD 18. Convenient for
Gainesville, Lake Butler, Starke area. Septic and
power pole, paved frontage. For homes or mobile
homes. MLS#47659 Call Julia DeJesus 344-1590 or
Sharon Selder 365-1203
YOUR CHOICE 5-10-20 acre wooded parcels now
available off 137 in South Wellborn. Buy now, build
later. Call Saundra Scott 762-9085 MLS#46974 and
MLS#46966
NEWLY SUBDIVIDED 10 acre parcels South of town.
Homes only. Call Marlene McCray 365-3081
5 ACRES completely board fenced. Homes only.
West of town. MLS#47346 Call Sharon Selder
365-1203 or Julia DeJesus 344-1590
1 ACRE close to High Springs. Homes and mobile
homes in the area. MLS#47345 Another acre near-
by with well and septic! MLS#47509 To find out
more call Sharon Selder 365-1203 or Julia DeJesus
344-1590


CONTACT A REALTOR WITH
EXPERIENCE THAT WILL WORK
FOR YOU!!! GIVE US A CALL!
386-755-6600,


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.

440 Miscellaneous
1993 COLEMAN GENERATOR
5000 watt. Excellent Shape!
$275.00
Call 386-961-8886
8,000 WATT
Auxiliary Generator.
Almost new..$1,000 OBO.
Call 386-496-3162
FORKLIFT FOR Sale Caterpillar
T40D propane with side shift.
$3,000. David at Morrells
386-752-3910
GUNSHOW
October 15 & 16 from 9am 4pm.
Columbia Co. Fairgrounds. Hwy
247. Lake City. Concealed Weapons
classes twice daily. 904-461-0273
GET PRE-APPROVED
FOR A
MANUFACTURED HOME
CALL 1-800-355-9385


Manufactured Homes
With as little as $500 down
@ 386-752-7751


Use your land as
the down payment
Prestige Home Centers
386-752-7751
WE ARE THE FACTORY
CHANGES DO NOT UPSET US
1-800-355-9385


3 Mobile Homes
630 for Rent
3BR/2BA Doublewide MH
Near White Springs
$700mth -+ Sec. Dep.
Call 386-397-2619
IN PARK Mobile Homes for Rent
2BR/2BA 1st & sec. required.
Applications & references required.
386-719-2423
LATE MODEL MOBILE HOMES
Starting $400 month, Beautiful
Pond setting, w/trees. CH/A, Cable
avail. No pets. Call 386-961-0017

640 fMobile Homes
640 for Sale'
ABSOLUTELY "THE BEST"
Mobile Homes and Modulars
Move over Palm & Jake, the new
#1 home is here. Guaranteed,
Gary Hamilton Homes 758-6755

6n 1,Mobile Home '
O50 & Land
!! Owner Finance !!
1998 24X48 3/2 on small lot
1903 SW Judy Glen
Call 3 .6-86"-i :4S "
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

5 Wooded Acres
MH & Pond. Off of Hwy 247
Call Jane S. Usher, Lic. RE. Broker
386-755-3500
Five Points off Tammy Lane
1994 28X70 Grand Cypress 3/2 MH
on 3.4 acres. Owner will finance.
Call 386-867-0048


650 Mobile Home
650 & Land
FSBO: DW on 1.99 acres.
Three Rivers area.
352-542-1991


'710 Unfurnished Apt.
710, For Rent
$100 OFF FIRST
THREE MONTHS RENT
ON 2AND 3 BRAPTS*
WHEN PAID ON TIME
POOL, FITNESS CENTER
& MORE 386-758-8455.
CALL TODAY
Downtown Location
2BR/1BA $450 mth +Sec.'
No pets.
Call 386-755-3456
Newly Renovated, 2 Bedrooms
Starting at $525 mth.
Plus security. No Pets
Call Lea.386-752-9626

Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent

01555990
3BR/2BA 1300 Sqft.
Brick Home.
Built in 2004. Stove, Refrig.,
Dishwasher, W/D Hookups.
Avail.immediately. $875mth.
Call Mike Foster 386-288-3596

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3/2 Home in New subdivision
Wise Estates $1150 mth $1000 sec.
Call The Adams Agency Inc.
386-752-1444
3/2 on Chris Terrace w/ 2 car gar.
$995 mth, $900 Sec.
Call The Adams Agency Inc.
386-752-1444
FREE VACATION!
When you rent this remodeled 2 BR
block house! 568 NE Congress Ave.
Section 8 welcome. (904)207-9550
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. 1st,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

T75 Business &
750 Office Rentals
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE Space
available on Hwy247/Branford
SHwy. 1/2 mile South of'US 90.
1500 sq ft with 1 acre of land. Call
386-365-7870 for information.
HIGH TRAFFIC, Next, to Winn
Dixie. T%%o 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)Apptox.
1500 total sqft. Lease all or part.
207 S. Marion Ave. 386-752-7951
Office/Warehouse Rental Space
2 Spaces: 1- 2,400 s/f $1,150mth &
a 1,200 s/f $575mth + tax, CAM &
Sec.Dep on both. 352-258-0660

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


810 Home for Sale
$27,900 3br. foreclosure
available now!
For listing call
1-800-749-8124 ext H411
01555970
Woodcrest Subdivision
2,500+Sqft. 3/2 Brick Home
Enclosed Pool w/bath house &
much more! $249,900K.
Call Anytime 386-961-9171

Large 2BR/2BA Home w/detached
400 sqft. office next to VA. 300 SE
Baya. Updated, w/modem kitchen,
fireplace & H/W Floors. FSBO
$149,900 (NEG) 813-784-6017
NORTH FLORIDA Investment
Property. 3BR/2BA, Brick Home on
25 acres in Surveyed Subdivision,
Can be sold in 5 acre lots.
Hwy frontage near Lake City, FL.
386-497-3637 or 386-397-3258

820 Farms &
2U Acreage
10 ac. of Beautiful Oak & Pine
Trees. Enjoy a Country Living
atmosphere w/ a frontage road in
Lake City, Fl. $130K.
Call after 6:00 PM 386-752-7157
ACRES
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 -
FSBO: 7.4 Acre Wooded Lot.
W/well & septic. 6 miles N of Lake
City towards White Springs. $100K.
10% down & $930 mth.
Call 386-752-4597
OWNER FINANCE 5-15 acres
Columbia & Suwannee Counties.
386-754-7529.
www.bullardproperty.com
Bullard Properties Owner/Broker.

83O Commercial
83O Property
4000 FT, AC Warehouse w/office
& loading dock, 3 phase avail.
$1,833 mo. Pinemount Commercial'
Warehousing 386-752-3910 David,
Warehouse/Office For Lease
12,000 SqFt. Totally remodeled.
3 miles from 1-75. $2,900 mth
386-365-3865
www.property4you.biz

930 Motorcycles
HONDA VTX1800-C,3800
miles,vance & hir cs pi plc
memphis shade shield.
: $8000.00 firm.(386)7.52-' 3-i

940 Trucks
2002 DODGE Ram Pickup
Low miles
Power everything!
Call Mike 386-755'-3444
2002 FORD F-150
Great work truck, Low miles
Excellent Condition,
Call Mike 386-755-3444
2002 FORD Ranger. Ask for the
New Beginnings Credit Porgram -
or Buy Here Pay Here
Call local 386-867-3085.
2003 CHEVY Silverado Ask for
the Ask for the New Beginnings
Credit Porgram- or Buy Here Pay
Here Call local 386-867-3085.


Advertise It Here!:
Bring the picture in or we will take it for you!
Avrse your car, truck, motorcycle, recreation vehicle or boat
here for 10. consecutive days. If your vehicle does rnot sell within
those 10 days, for an additional $10 you can ru ,n your ad for an
additional 10 days. A picture will run every day with a description of
elcihevricuoy The pmice of the vehicle must be listed in the ad. Your


ad'must be prepaid with cash, check or credit card. Just include a
snapshot or bring your vehicle by and we will take the picture for
you. Private Party Only!


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1995 Toota Corlla 2000 Coachman
Pa en.. Meho cssh 180 E.Duval St. or
l P.O.Toyota090ro isa i Mast Cerccard


*2,200 OBO
Cold AC, high miles (222K), CD
player, 17 in. chrome wheels, new
tires, clean interior/exterior, runs
great! Trades considered (serious
only need call)
Call
386-754-3817


Leporechaun
$38,000 Asking payoff
Class C Motorhome
Excellent cond., 32K miles. Any
FOOTBALL fan would love this for
TAILGATINGII!
Call Debbie
386-623-2851


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





1997VW Passat
TDI Diesel
110,000 Firm
Looks & runs like new, 45+ mpg,
5 speed manual.
Call
386-754-3817
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2000 GMC Sierra
1 5,000
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


2001 Coachmen
Catelina
'11,500
5th Wheel Camper 24 ft, absolute-
ly pristine cond. w/extras, dining
rm slide-out, stored under cover,
used very little, sleeps 4.
Call
386-752-0347





1994 Pontiac
Sunbird
"BEST OFFER"

Mint Condition
Call
386-466-1104





SPACE

AVAILABLE

NOW!







LAKE CITY REPORTER, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2005


950 Cars for Sale
*Hondas from $500*
Police Impounds!
For listings call
1-800-749-8116 ext A760
10 Minute
Approvals
Call Herb
386-755-8909
2002 NISSAN Sentra gas saver.
Ask for the NEW BEGINNINGS
CREDIT PROGRAM
Call 386-867-3085..
2005 CHRYSLER Pacifica
Low Miles
Must see
Call Brad 386-755-3444


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950 Cars for Sale
CAR BIG OR SMALL
We Sell Them All
Call Herb
386-755-8909
NEED A CAR
TRUCK or SUV
Call me, Herb
386-755-8909
NO CREDIT!
BAD CREDIT!
CALL HERB
386-755-8909


Payments under
$250 mth on a car.
Call Herb
386-755-8909


"952 Vans & Sport
52 Util. Vehicles
2000 FORD Expedition -NICE-
Ask for the The New Beginnings
Credit Program -or Buy Here Pay
Here Call local 386-867-3085.
2002 FORD Escape. Ask for the
New Beginnings Credit Program -
or Buy Here Pay Here
Call local 386-867-3085.
'91 Chevy S-10 Blazer
4 dr, 4X4, Elec Windows & locks,
Exc. condition. $1500 OBO
Call 386-397-1691
Hunting Season Is Coming
1984 FORD BRONCO
Great For The Woods
$1,175 OBO. Call 386-719-4802


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THE DARBY-ROGERS COMPANY
www.c21darbyrogers.com


TOO NEW FOR PHOTO



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


Corner Lot...wih beaulilul irees. 2BR 2BA.
SWMH on 1 acre. Plenty of privacy in Hamilton
Co. Owner says bring all offers! MLS#46848
$59,900




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


3101 US HWY 90 WEST, Suite #101
Lake City, FL 32055
Business (386) 752-6575
Toll Free 1-800-333-4946


C3 ,,S visit our website www.century21.com


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Showcase Home...3BR/2BA, 2000+ sf. on .61
acre in a upscale desirable neighborhood. Split
plan, custom upgrades, fireplace. Too many extras
to list. MLS#47752 $275,900









Just .Listed...3BR/2BA, .1248 sf DWMH on
almost 1/2 acre. Great condition with fireplace,
eat-in 'kitchen and fenced yard. $99,500
MLS#48188

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Just Reduced...3BR'2BA spil level home wrr,
one car garage o.n 1 acre in a great neighbor-
hood. On a paved road convenient to all ameni-
ties. MLS#47259 $159,900


IreCt( So Many Extras...Nice 32 DWMH on 8.85 dry .New in 2004... Beautifully maintained 2194 -i
acres. Plenty of room f6r horses & cattle, concrete 3BR/2BA brick home in Plantations. Completely
I1J- barn with 6 stalls. Approx. 6 acres in planted private back yard with: covered patio and large
the pines; property is fenced. A must see, located in workshop. Great house plan with lots of natural
Suwannee County. $174,500 MLS#47431 light. MLS#47142 $279,900
ss itieds.
ADDITIONAL LISTINGS
m, 0 10.57 acres of grassy, rolling pasture land. Park-like setting. $159,900 MLS#48304
4 0 Beautiful 1.12 acre residential lot in an upscale neighborhood. $66,000 MLS#47968
Improved high & dry 4.21 acres with well & septic. $75,000 MLS#48232
Pretty partially wooded acres in a quiet rural neighborhood. $100,000 MLS#47988


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AREA MORTGAGE RATES
Institution Phone 30 fixed 15 fixed 1 ARM FHA/
rate I pts rate / pts rate/ pts VA
Absolute Mortgage Co. (888) 90-HOMES 5;63 /0.00 5.25 / 0.00 4.50 / 0.00 No Quote
Accountable Mortgage (800) 840-8771 5.63/0.00 5.25 / O.O 4.00 / 0.00 5.63 / 0.00
American Federal Mortgage (888) 321-4687 5.25 / 1.50 4.88 / 1.50 4.00/1.00 5.75/0.00
American Home Finance (888) 429-1940 5.50 / 1.00 5.13 / 1.00 3.38 /0.00 No Quote
America's Best Mortgage (800) 71.3-8189 5.75/0.00 5.25/0.00 5.13/0.00 5.50/0.00
Amicus Mortgage Group (877)385-4238 5.75/0.00 5.25/0.00 No Quote 5.75/0.00
Atlantic'States Mon .. :. i *. ,. i
Borrowers Advantage Mtg. (888) 510-4151 5.75/0.00 5.38/0.00 No Quote 5.63/0.00
C & C Financial Services (800) 287-8858. 5.63 / 0.00 5.25 / 0.00 4.25 / 1.00 No Quote
Capital Trust Mortgage (800)511-2862 5.63 / 0.00 5.25 / 0.00 4.50 / 0.00 No Quote
First Financial Mortgage (813)434-5660 5.63/0.00 5.25/0.00 5.00/0.00 5.13/ 1.00
Golden Rule Mortgage (800)991-9922 5.25/ 1.88 4.88/1.75 2.75/1.00 5.25/1.00
Home Finance of America (800) 358-LOAN 5.63 / 0.00 5.25/0.00 4.88/0.00 No Quote
Homestead Mortgage. (888) 760-6006 5.63 / 0.00 5.25 / 0.00 4.00 / 0.00 5.50 / 0.00
Indemae Home Loan (877)839-9829 5.38 / 1.00 4.88 / 1.50 4.25 / 1.00 No Quote
Interactive Financial (877) 209-7397) 5.75 / 0.00 5.38/0.00 No Quote No Quote
LighthouIse Mortgage (800) 784-1331 5.63 / 0.60 5.25 / 0.00 No Quote No Quote
Mortgage Master, Inc. (800) 731-7783 5.63/0.00 5.25/0.00 3.88/0.00 5.50/0.00
Prime Plus Mortgage (800) 630-4259 5.13/2.13 5.25 / 0.00 4.25 /0.00 5.75/0.00
Sovereign Mortgage (800) 996-7283 5.75 /0.00 5.25 /0.00 No Quoie 5.50 / 0.00
Stepping Stonr Lending (800) 638-2659 5.75/0.00 5.38 / 0.00 No Quote 5.75 /0.00
Rates provided by The National Financial News Services. Rates are valid as of October 11, 2005. Rates are
inclusive of tll fees and are subject to change without notice. Call lender directly for APR's. Lenders wishing to
participate in this service, please call (610) 344-7380.- For additional information on mortgages, go to:
www.oInmortgage.Com or call the consumer Help Line (800) 264-3707 .


Comfy Mapleton


fits in town or country


By Associated Designs

The shingle-clad Mapleton has.
a Craftsman cottage look. It's easy
to picture this home nestled in a
grove of tall oak trees, but it would
blend into a suburban neighborhood
just as nicely.
One of its most notable features
is an old-fashioned covered poich
that wraps around three sides of the
home. Outdoor lovers will appreci-
ate this feature, whether the sky is
filled with sun-
shine, clouds. N-- 1
rain or snow. Aad
gates front and I Mud H
back to create a
secure play area
for, toddlers and
small pets. Garage
Two large, in- 25' x 20T'
terconnected
rooms fill the
front, linked by ----------
French double
doors. The room closest to the street
could be outfitted as a home office,
guest room, parlor, or whatever
suits. It has a closet and direct bath-
room access, complete with shower.
A woodstove sits near the en-
trance to the gathering room. Walk
around it to the right, and you pass
along a short hallway to the kitchen.
Laundry appliances hide behind
folding doors on the left of the hall.
Around the woodstove to the left
is the stairway to the second floor,
and past that a skylit and vaulted liv-
ing room, open to a large kitchen


and bayed dining area. First Floor
A conversation bar Second Floor
rims the boundary side
of a work island with Studio
a built-in cook top. Living Area
The Mapleton's Garage
kitchen has a raised House Dimens
eating bar as well. Garage Dime
Working at the kitchen
sink, you face across it
into the window-bright www.asso"at
dining bay. Counters and cupboards


1323 sq.ft.
985 sq.ft.
636 sq.ft.
2944 sq.ft.
793 sq.ft.
sions 38'x49'
n. 26'x30'6"

eddesigns.com


are in good supply, and
the step-in pantry adds
still more storage space.
Three bedrooms and
two bathrooms are up-
stairs. Master suite a-
menities include a walk-
'i'n closet and a skylit
bathroom with a spa tub,
dual vanity, shower and
enclosed toilet.
For a review plan, in-
cluding scaled floor
plans, elevations, section


and artist's conception, send $25 to
Associated Designs, 1100 Jacobs
Dr., Eugene, OR 97402. Specify the
Mapleton 30-506 and include a re-
turn address. A catalog featuring
more than 550 home plans is avail-
able for $15. For more informa-
tion, call (800) 634-0123, or visit
www.associateddesigns.com.


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