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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. 1967)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 2005
Publication Date: 1967-
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    Section C: Life
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    Section D: Business
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    Section D: Classified Advantage
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Vol. 134, No. 239 K 75 cents


High-speed chase ends in two arrests


Deputies in Columbia,
Alachua counties assist
FHP with 1-75 pursuit.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
The Florida Highway Patrol
chased a car from Alachua County
into Columbia County Saturday
morning, and with the help of the
Columbia County Sheriff's Office,


arrested two suspects and recovered
355 grams of methamphetamine.
At approximate-
ly 8 a.m., FHP
Trooper Jason
Berger clocked a
1995 Ford Taurus
at 92 mph traveling
northbound on
Interstate 75 at the Trueblood
374 mile marker in
Alachua County.
The driver, Robert Bleckley


Trueblood, 30, of Holiday, had two
active warrants for his arrest. FHP
reports indicate that he was drop-
ping off his girlfriend, passenger
Cecilia Manning, 20, also of Holiday,
at her parents home. When the
trooper attempted to make contact
with Trueblood, the vehicle sped off.
According to reports, Manning
was attempting to put on clothes and
signal the deputy for help as the
chase began.
As speeds surpassed 100 mph, the


Alachua County Sheriff's Office and
FHP attempted to use "stop sticks"
to stop the fleeing
vehicle. However,
Trueblood man-
aged to avoid the .
sticks, and contin-
ued north on .
Interstate 75.
During the pur- Manning
suit, reports state
that Manning began throwing bags
of white power out of the vehicle.


Residue from some of the powder
landed on Berger's vehicle.
After repeated attempts to stop
Trueblood, Alachua County deputies
broke off pursuit when the chase
entered Columbia County and
Columbia County Sheriff's Office
deputies arrived to assist FHP at the
U.S 441 exit on Interstate 75.
FHP troopers said. they observed
CHASE continued on 9A


ALL'S FAIR IN COLUMBIA COUNTY


Counties by comparison


$98,220,064
$50,247,617
$38,905,617
$18,753,063
$18,571,349
$7.214,037
$20,318.256


2006
prop. budget
$109,853,190
$5 1,599,886
$39,022,056
$21,867,803
$21,269,449
$7,674.755
$21,376.536


Discretionary

funds not used

by other counties


Columbia's system
for miscellaneous
ftuding is tuique.
By VALLI FINNEY
vfinney@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia County seems
to be the Lone Ranger in the
region when it. comes to
discretionary funds.
A survey of Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Baker, Suwannee,
Union and Putnam counties
shows none have
discretionary funds.
All of them, so say their


leaders,
require enti-
ties request-
ing money to
do so during
the budget
process each
year.
If an emer-
gency arises
after the
budget is
approved,
then the
-request
must come
before the,
board of


"They do
a fund tl
give to J<
or Jane
any ty
organize
Bobb
Hamilton Count
discussing hov
commissioners h


county commissioners.
Some counties will take the
money from the general
fund, others from the
reserves, if the request is
approved.
"That's very unusual,".
Putnam County Deputy
Administrator Michael
Anderson said in response
to how Columbia County
commissioners use their
discretionary funds.
"I don't think I can make
any judgments in terms of
law and I'm not familiar with
their charter and how they
work," he said, noting that
every county must use good
judgment, be prudent with
taxpayers funds and follow
established fiscal
procedures for the county.
"If they are going outside
that process," Anderson
said, "on the surface it
doesn't appear to be good
management."


Columbia County
commissioners approved
giving each commissioner
.S50.000 this year to expend
for whatever purpose he or
she chooses, as long as it is
legal. However, the unspent
funds from previous years
can be carried forward into
this fiscal year which began
Oct. 1. The amount in each
commissioners' discre-
tionary account ranges from
just more than $51,000 to
more than $100,000.
Anderson, who said
Putnam County requires
agencies to submit funding
requests
during the
n't have budget year,
said the
hey can commission-
oe Blow ers there do
Doe or not have a
Doeor discre -
pe of t i 6n a r y
nation": account of
any kind,
y Poor including
y Coordinator, roads. for
v his county's T h e y
handle requests don't incur
expendi-
tures on
behalf of the county," he
said. 'That flows through
the county administrator in
accordance with budgetary
procedures."
Hamilton County also
doesn't have a discretionary
fund for its commissioners.
'The only funds they
receive are their salaries and
mileage reimbursement,"
said County Coordinator
Bobby Poor. "They don't
have a fund they can give to
Joe Blow or Jane Doe or any
type of organization."
Poor said the commission-
ers there have never voted
to approve discretionary
funds.
"We're a small rural coun-
ty and don't have a lot of
money," he said.
Union and Gilchrist coun-
ties also are small, their
administrators say.
FUNDS continued on 9A


JENNIFER CHASTEENILake City Reporter
Children of all ages take part in some fun on the Tilt-A-Whirl during last year's Columbia County Fair. The 51st annual fair will
begin Thursday.


County fair ready to ride


Things get under way
Thursday night as 10-day
event opens the gates.
By LINDA YOUNG
lyoung@lakecityreporter. corn
something old and something
new is the recipe for the 51st
annual Columbia Counlty
Fair. Approximately 26,000
people attended the 10-day
fair last year and at least that many
are expected to attend this year. The
fair attracts people from Columbia and
surrounding counties, as well as
Gainesville, Jacksonville and Valdosta,
Ga., said Steve Briscoe, president of
the board of Columbia County
Resources. The non-profit
organization sponsors the event,
which is self-supporting.


Columbia County Fair

When: Nov. 4-14
Where: Columbia County
Fairgrounds
Cost: Admission is $5, but
specials are available (see
schedule. 9A)

Admission is $5 for most people,
but there are specials during the
10-days of the fair when admission is
free including opening day on
Thursday.
Profits from the annual fair bring in
most of the money for the operating
expenses and maintenance of the
fairgrounds. The fair will bring in
anywhere from $80,000-$120,000
depending on weather, Briscoe said.
But there are major expenses for


putting the fair on, including
entertainment to suit a variety of
tastes.
"We spent $30,000 alone on
entertainment this year," and the
midway also absorbs some costs,
Briscoe said.
Entertainment includes the
traditional midway full of rides,
strolling entertainers, a horse show,
an exotic animal show and other
shows, too.
Ron Diamond is coming back for
the eighth year and packs the house
every year with his show. Briscoe also
said the board of Columbia County
Resources "drifted back to the old
fairs" with Tall Tex on stilts roaming
the fairgrounds interacting with
children.
FAIR continued on 9A


Reporter unveils new page design


Changes designed
to make paper
more appealing.

From staff reports
The Lake City Reporter
begins a new chapter in the
paper's storied 131-year histo-
ry today as a new overall
design of the printed edition
rolls off the presses.
Today's issue marks the


culmination of more than a
year's worth of research, plan-
ning and implementation of
the redesign
by the news-
paper's
manage- ,-Z',.
ment team.
"There's
no question
the look of Leonard
our newspa-
per needed an update," said
Editor Todd Wilson. "We


wanted to get away from the
heavy type faces and design
elements the Lake City
Reporter's news product had
used for many years."
Wilson said the manage-
ment team talked with news-
paper presentation specialists
and collected copies of news-
papers from across Florida
and other regions of the coun-
try while deciding on the new
look of the Lake City
Reporter.


In addition, a Charleston,
S.C., design consultant was
used to implement ideas and
provide original sketches of
the newspaper's new look.
"We examined our industry,
looked at new trends ,and
came up with what we feel is
the best look for our product,"
Wilson said. "It's lighter, it's
brighter, it's better organized
and it's easier to read."
DESIGN continued on 9A


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Fax number ................752-9400
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Tuesday through Sunday at 180 E. Duval St.,
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Halloween: A


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
Halloween is the only day
of the year when seeing vam-
pires, superheroes and mon-
sters on the street is
considered normal.
Halloween is one of the
most festive nights of the
year for children and adults
alike, but it ranks among the
most dangerous for young
people.
SThe National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration
reports Halloween is


consistently one of
three days for ped
injuries and fatalities.
A study by the Ce.
Disease Control es
that children are fou
more likely to be h
vehicle on Hallowee
any other day of the
"Halloween isn't a
like it used to be," sa
Jackson, a Gainesvill
who was shopping i
City on Saturday. "I h
sons, who are sev
nine, and I don't fe
they're safe on Hal


day for fun,
the top night even when my hus- If a
lestrian band and I are with them." ciou
Jackson also said that she n't
nter for has to plan ahead to where Shei
timates her children will trick or Poll
ir times treat, and has to look out.
it by a through each piece of candy T:
Mn than to make sure it is safe. wea
year. Columbia County Sheriff cost
anything Bill Gootee also said that par- that
aid Kim ents need to be on the look- and
e native out for candy that has been acco
.n Lake tampered with. AAA
ave two "Parents need to make '"
en and sure the candy is wrapped part
eel that securely," Gootee said. "Be hav
lloween sure to take a good look at it. holi


safety
child receives any suspi-
s candy, people should-
hesitate to call the
riff's Office or Lake City
ce to come and check it
rick-or-treaters should
r reflective tape on their
umes, wear a disguise
doesn't obstruct vision,
stay on the sidewalk,
)rding to a report from
SAuto Club South.
We want all of those who
:icipate in Halloween to
e a safe and happy
day," Gootee said.


Local cadet wins statewide competition


From staff reports
The Florida Wing of the Civil Air Patrol
(CAP) recently conducted the first-ever
model rocketry contest at the Keystone
Heights Airport. Dozens of cadets from all
over the state competed, including five
cadets from the Lake City squadron. The
cadets had to go home while the results
were tabulated.
A week later, the Lake City Cadet
Squadron is proud to announce that one
of its,own'- Senior Airman Dacota Paul,
hadtaken first place in the water bottle
rocket competition. Cadet Paul's water
,rocket had the longest sustained flight of
the inaugural competition.
Paul, 13, joined the CAP on his 12th
birthday and has been a cadet for


1% years. From the. start, Paul has been
enthusiastic about CAP. His original goal
in joining was to obtain his pilot's license,
and he still wants to do that. Through
CAP, he has been able
to fly in CAP aircraft,
and more than once has
been at the controls. Of
course, there was a
qualified instructor
along for the ride, but
this did not diminish
the thrill of having the Paul
airplane respond to his
commands.
Paul currently serves as a squad leader
- an important part of the unit function:
He enjoys the duties assigned to him -


he is responsible for the other cadets in
his line and then reports to the flight com-
mander. Soon, he plans on promoting to
sergeant, which will give him even
greater duties something he-is looking
forward to.
When asked, Paul said, "It was fun
down at the competition in Keystone
Heights. There was more. cadets there.
than I thought there would be," he said.
"That made the winning all that more spe-
cial. Hopefully, now I can help. the other
cadets build their rockets."
Paul plans on being in the next event in
South Florida to defend his. title. He
realizes that this may be a challenge, and
that other cadets statewide will be
gunning for him.


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Bill Thrasher (right) and Craig Wolford work on tools at a
blacksmithing class Saturday morning at Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State Park.


Blacksmith class

underway at


Stephen Foster


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter. corn
HIGH SPRINGS Stephen
Foster Folk' Culture Center
State Park hosted a black-
smithing class on Saturday,
allowing interested participants
to work with a hammer, anvil
and ,flame to construct various
objects.
The instructors of the class
were Ken Platt and John
Lacefield.
"I've been a farmer all -my
life," Platt said. "I've always
done welding and repairs, and
enjoy working with metals."
Platt said he took up black-
smithing as a hobby about four
years ago.
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park offered
blacksmithing classes until
three or four years ago, Platt
said.
Recently, Platt was offered,
the opportunity to teach the
class, but wanted to feel /com-
fortable t: aching .the trade
befr-e becoming an' i-nslhucto)r.
"With all things, you need
practice," Platt said. '"The only
way to get better at something
like this is to do it, do it, and do
it."


Platt said that he enjoys mak-
ing work tools, like chisels, as
well as decorative items as well.
During the class, the stu-
dents were learning to make
simple items, such as hooks.
Lacefield, a one-time student of
Platt's, said he has always had
an interest in blacksmithing.
"I've always been fascinated
with things you can make with
your hands," Lacefield said.
Six participants showed up
for the blacksmithing class,
and Lacefield said it was the
amount that was wanted.
"We didn't want too many to
begin with," Lacefield said. "If
we had too many, we wouldn't
be able to spend a lot of one-on-
one time with each person.
"We've gotf a really good,
enthusiastic group out here
today," Lacefield said.
Blacksmithing classes are
not going to be a regular occur-
rence at Stephen Foster park,
but Platt hopes that it will be
something that they can do a
few times a year.
'"We hope to. do a couple of
these'a year, with the next o ie
probably being at the begin-
ning of next year," Platt said. "It
just depends on how many
people are interested."


BRIEFS


Senior Emphasis
Week coming up
Lake City Community
College will be hosting its
annual Senior Emphasis
Week Nov. 7-10 to honor its
local senior citizens.
This event will be free of
'charge and seniors are wel-
'come to bring friends and
f-neighbors. Festivities will
kick off at 8:30 a.m. with a
continental breakfast in the
Barney E. McRae Medical
Technology Building 103.
After breakfast, enjoy
guest speakers and student
presentations. Each day's
activities will conclude at 1:30
p.m.
As Senior Emphasis week
progresses and array of activ-
ities will take place. A cov-
ered dish luncheon will be
Wednesday. Attendees may
bring a covered dish if they
wish. An optional "Dutch
Treat Lunch" will be
Thursday at a local restau
rant chosen by the week's
participants. Lunch for
Monday and Tuesday will be
included in the festivities that
will take place at the college.
For more information, call
Henrietta Pope, .registered
nursing instructor, at 754-
4319.
Humane Society
to host pet show
The Suwanne Valley
Humane Society will have a,
pet show that begins at
11 a.m. Saturday at the
Suwannee County Coliseum
at Live Oak Fairgrounds.
SRegistration for the show
begins at 10 a.m.
There will be 30 categories
to enter dogs and cats. The
cost is $1 for each category.
There will be lunch served,
along with baked goods; plus
a chance to win door prizes


and a 50/50 raffle.
All proceeds will be used to
care for animals at the
Suwannee Valley Humane
Society's Shelter.
For more information, call
toll free (866) 236-7812, or
locally at (850) 971-9904. .
Save Our Suwannee
to meet on Nov. 8
HIGH SPRINGS A sec-
ond coal fired power plant in
Gainesville? A new coal fired
power plant in Perry? What
does this mean to the health
of the surrounding communi-







Legendary coach Lou Holtz
may not know everything
about investing. But he can
still teach investors a lot
about achieving their goals.
Which is why you're invited
to a free video presentation
of Lou airing only at local
Edward Jones offices.

For free admission, please
call or stop by today. But
hurry-seating is limited.
Date: November 8
Time: 6:15pm-7:30pm
Place: 1468 SW Main Blvd.
Ste 100
Travis Henry
Investment Representative
1468 SW Main Blvd, Ste 100
Lake City, Fla. 32025
(386) 758-6888
www.edwardjones.com/holtz
Member SIPC ,

EdwrdAhoneH
MAKING SENSE OFINVESTIN


ties? The Santa Fe River? The
Suwannee 'River? The
Ichetucknee River?
The next meeting of Save
Our Suwannee will be at
7:30 p.m. Nov. 8, at the
Alachua County Public
Library in High Springs
(Highway 27 across from the
City Hall). Our speaker will
be Rob Brinkman, a member
of the Alachua County
Environmental Protection
Advisory Committee and the
Gainesville Energy Advisory
Committee. Brinkman will


talk to our group about the
health and environmental
effects of burning coal for
electricity production. In the
past, the group has opposed
coal burning plants because
of mercury pollution in the
waterways.
Light refreshments will be
served.
The Board will meet at 6:15
p.m. The public is invited to
attend.
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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2005


Page Editor: S. Michael Manley, 754-0429






Lake City Reporter






OPINION


Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005


www.lakecityreporter.com


EDITORIAL


Redesign

marks new

era for the

Reporter

S n yourhands is the new look of
Sthe Lake City Reporter. It
represents more than a year's
worth of research and study into
what readers look for in their
hometown, community newspaper, as,
well as what is the newest and brightest
designs geared toward readability.
We love it; we hope you do to.
We've asked a lot of questions about
what readers want in the presentation
and design of their newspaper. We've
sought the advice of professionals.
We've studied the industry across the
country.
A lot of people in our newsroom have
worked numerous hours to complete
the detail work once an outline of the
redesign was complete. Some of it has
been frustrating, but a challenging
change always is.
Overall, we couldn't be happier with
the results.
It's been exhilarating.
We wanted a newspaper that
presented itself with a modern face, but
built on the tradition of the Lake City
Reporter that has existed in Columbia
County for 131 years.
.This is an exciting time of growth and
development in Lake City and Columbia
County and it is equally exciting at the
Lake City Reporter.
We're pleased you took time to read
today's issue. Enjoy-it and let us know
what you think.

H IG H LIGHTS
IN HISTORY Y
. Today is Sunday, Oct. 30, the 303rd
day of 2005. There are 62 days left in
the year.
On Oct. 30, 1938, the radio play "The
War of the Worlds," starring Orson Welles,
aired on CBS. (The live drama, which
employed fake news reports, panicked
some listeners who thought its portrayal of
a Martian invasion was true.)
I In 1735, the second president of the
United States, John Adams, was born in
Braintree, Mass.
In 1961, the Soviet Union tested a
hydrogen bomb with a force estimated at
58 megatons.
In 1975, the New York Daily News ran
the headline "Ford to City: Drop Dead" a
day after President Ford said he would
veto any proposed federal bailout of New
York City.


Lake City Reporter
,serving Columbia County since 1874
The Lake City Reporter is published with
pride for residents of Columbia and
surrounding counties by Community
Newspaper Inc. of Athens, Ga.
We believe strong newspapers build
strong communities "Newspapers get
things done!.
Our primary goal is to publish
distinguished and profitable
community-oriented newspapers.
This mission will be accomplished
through the teamwork of professionals
dedicated to truth, integrity and hard work.
Michael Leonard, publisher
Todd Wilson, editor
Sue Brannon, controller
Dink NeSmith, president
Tom Wood, chairman

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neatly written and double spaced. Letters
should not exceed 400 words and will be edited
for length and libel. Letters must be signed and
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and guest columns are the opinion of the
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COMMENTARY


Come home to Fort White


As part of this
year's homecom-
ing celebration,
Fort White High
School will host
its 5th annual alumni breakfast
on Friday at 8 a.m. in the Food
Production Lab. FWHS
Principal Keith Hatcher invites
all alumni and former faculty
to attend the breakfast so he.
can personally welcome you
home to Fort White High
School.
FWHS is wto1:ing hard to
encourage alumni to return for
homecoming. In the past four
years, graduates from 1935 to
2005 have attended. There's
also a pep rally, a parade, and,'
of course, a football game.
Go join in the fun!

Skipping around
When CHS won the confer-
ence basketball championship
in Tallahassee in 1947, Pat
Summerall was named the
tournament's Most Valuable
Player, and he was presented
his award by Florida Gov.
Millard Caldwell. That Tiger
team went on to win CHS's
only state championship,
defeating Pompano Beach in
the finals at Daytona Beach.
CHS teacher Roger Hadley
has become a "major"
performer at the High Springs
Community Theater. In
"M*A*S*H," his first play
there, he was Major Frank
Burns and in "Mousetrap," he
was Major Metcalf. Roger
drew widespread praise for his
solid performances in both
plays.
Friend Mildred Byrd wrote
after my column on "WDSR
and The Ball-Point Pen" to say
that her sister had been
married to announcer Barney
Parnacott and that all three of
the original announcers,
Barney, Fred Temple and
Eddie Baumel are all
deceased.
When the late Emerson
Bishop, a former state senator,
first came to Lake City, he was


OTHER


Make commissioners
accountable
Dear Editor,
If you ever need a reason to
attend a county commission
meeting, the time may be now.
What have they done for me
lately? Just read your local
newspaper.
My guess it was only a
matter of time before we had to
be "politically correct" and vote
women onto the commission,
but look what happened. All of


Morris Williams
Phone: (386) 755-8183
williamsh2@firn.edu

a CHS agriculture teacher
making .$.000 a year. He.was .
offered a job in St. Louis
making $7,000 a year but
declined it, saying it was worth
$3,000 a year to him to live in
North Florida.
His love of our area explains
why he and Virginia were so
successful selling real estate in
the Bishop Agency, a business
they founded.

More skipping around
The Columbia County
Quarterback Club is having
one of its most successful and
enjoyable years, thanks largely
to the outstanding leadership
of Club President Delvey
Dicks and his wife Cindy. They
are both tremendously hard
workers, yet make it all seem
like fun.
Rita Swisher asked me-to be
sure to wish a happy 95th
birthday to her dear friend,
Julia Land, one of our town's
most outstanding citizens for
1o these many years and
still going strong.
Congratulations to Hamilton
County educator Johnny
Bullard who has been
appointed his county's
Director of Operations. Johnny
attended high' school here and
he is as well known here as he
is in Hamilton. You will not
find a more dedicated,
knowledgeable educator or a
man who loves North Florida
more than the multi-talented
Johnny Bullard.
We have 10 like-new 1997
Niblack Middle School .
yearbooks to give away. Some
sixth graders that year were
Tyler Sapp, Student Council


President; J.R. Perry, Beta
Club President; Kelly
Rosenfeld, Spelling Bee
Champ; and Joseph Register,
Geography Bee Winner. L.C.
Bradley was principal. Just
call.
We also have two local
self-published books to loan: "I
was in Roosevelt's Tree Army,
the CCC (Civilian
Conservation Corps)" by
Carroll Frier (C.E) Burnette
(CHS 1938); and "Barefootin ,
the Sand (Remembering The
Waning Days of the Hopewell
Community in North
Columbia County)" by Bruce
C. Cragg. Also 'The Pee Vee,"
the Nov. 7, 1943, edition of the
Lake City Naval Air Station
newsletter. The Pee Vee, refers
to the PV aircraft flown at the
station.

Pastor Carl
The beloved and revered
Rev. Carl Shafer pastored the
First United Methodist
Church here from 1979-85. His
final sermon here, "Have
Dominion," was given on June
9, 1985, at age 74, but he and
wife Betty did not seek the
rocking chairs of retirement.
Instead, they went on to pastor
a church in Quincy, then
represented the Andean Rural
Health Program of South ,
America, then filled the pulpit
of Ebenezer Methodist in the
Bahamas, then served the
Methodist Church in White
Springs, always, according to
Carl, "answering the Call of
God."

Halloween humor
Last week three mock
graves were seen here with
these epitaphs on the head
stones. "Lizzie Borden: She
axed to be forgiven." "Jack
The Ripper: He was a real cut
up." And finally, "The Boston
Strangler: He got all choked
up."
E Morris Williams is a local
Nstorian and long-time Columbia
County resident.


a sudden they were asking for
100 percent increase in
discretionary funding,
something the men would have
never asked for, but of course
they would go along with it.
During the past few weeks,
we have seen what some of the
money was used to buy. As if
these geniuses didn't have
their own budgets.
Now how can we complain if
we don't go to the meetings
and voice our concerns and let
them know this is not the
correct way to run any and


we. mean any branch of
government.
Everyone in these positions
should be accountable in
everything they do on our
behalf, not there own.
And that should also include
these silly trips just to get out
of town. Lets all remember
when voting time comes
around again. We remember
who did what and why.
PA. Lee
Lake City


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* Michael Leonard is publisher of the Lake City
Reporter.


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VIEWS


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IN MY OPINION


A new day,


a new look

These are the kind of days that get
the blood pumping in the veins of
those of us who work at your
hometown newspaper. We have a
strong and interesting package of
local news, our annual Guide to Columbia
County, big stuff to report on the state, national
and world fronts and a long-awaited new design
to unveil.
In horse racing terms, its like hitting the
Trifecta. In the food world, ift's The Big
Enchilada. In the office here at the Lake City
Reporter, it's simply the culmination of what we
work for.
The new .A*
design we are
introducing
today is the
fruit of many
months of
labor. -
Itwas a job Michael Leonard
we undertook Phone: (386) 754-0417
because we felt mleonard@lakecityreporter.com
you deserved a
better looking, cleaner and easier-to-read
design in your newspaper.
Our old look the flag, typefaces and
design was a holdover from 1999.
Newspapers frequently make subtle changes to
their design and every decade or so do a
complete overhaul of their look.-But makeovers
of the flag, the term we use for the nameplate at
the top of the front page, rarely occur.
The flag almost always remains constant
because it is an identifying look the
newspaper's readers and staff become familiar
and comfortable with. It is the business logo.
When a newspaper's flag is distinguished,
attractive or in some other way appealing, it is
kept for decades and even centuries. Our old
Lake City Reporter logo was lacking in these.
The new flag is close in appearance to an
older Lake City Reporter logotype. Avery
' ,imi lar tpetftace- and style graced the top of your
newspaper's front page for several decades
prior to the 1999 change. We believe that logo
had style and substance. It served the
newspaper and its readers well, so we've
adopted a close facsimile.
The other changes to your paper are adopted
to make it more reader-friendly in design and
style. There is increased openness, which will
be more pleasing and inviting to the eye.
Section and page headers have a new and
fresher look that is not so heavy. Overall, we
believe the new design achieves the goal of
making the Lake City Reporter a better looking
paper.
The same thought process was used in
redesigning our popular lakecityreportercom
Web site. The new look there debuted Oct. 21
and has been well received.
Enough about spit and polish. If a car's
exterior looks good, but the motor doesn't run
smoothly, then all the time spent waxing and
detailing is for naught.
We've been working on the engine, too.
Our reporters, editors, ad sales and
composition staffs, carriers, support people -
even the publisher are working harder than
ever to produce a daily newspaper and Web site
chock full of local news and advertising
information, plus the most important state,
national and world news. We'll never be as good
as we want to be, but we are improving.
And you are responding.
Lake City Reporter home delivery and single
copy sales are growing each month. Web site
numbers are high. We're proud of that and
humbled by the responsibility it brings.
Thank you for reading our news, shopping
with our advertisers and responding to our
circulation sales efforts. We appreciate it.
The photos of children rolling pumpkins and
playing tug of war on the front page of
yesterday's paper brought a flood of memories
back as I recalled the days when my children
were younger and took part in such games.
The intensity on 4-year-old Cal Gilliam's face as
he pushed his pumpkin reminded me of how
seriously little ones take any opportunity to
compete and please their parents and teachers.
This season of fall festivals and trick or
treating is a special time for children. If we
parents will get out of the way and, providing
guidance only when necessary, let the kids be
creative, carve their own pumpkins, design
their own costumes and make up their own
games, I think we'll be surprised at the things
they come up with.
Enjoy today's paper and have fun Monday
during festival and trick or treating time. Don't
forget the Halloween organ concert at First
Presbyterian Church in Lake City and the
Community Concerts and Army Band
performances Tuesday night, also.
Have a good day.









: ROAD REPORT


JENNIFER CHASTEENILake City Reporter

New boss in town
Bland Eng is the new CEO of the Lake City Medical Center. Eng started his new job at the
center recently. "I hope to have a long career and a long life in Lake City," he said.




Lake City to come alive


with concerts this week


By LINDA YOUNG
lyoung@lakecityreporter.com

For all who crave live
music, there is nothing like a
trio 'of concerts to start the
week off right.
Concerts in Lake City may
seem scarce sometimes, but
that won't be the case on
Monday and Tuesday, when
music lovers can choose
between chamber music, a
concert band and an a
cappella vocal band.
The unusual musical feast
begins Monday with the
Halloween Organ Concert
performed by Dr. Laura
Ellis, music professor at
University of Florida.
Ellis is an organist and will
perform musical pieces by
eight classical composers.
including J.S. Bach, Camille
Saint-Saens, Marcel Dupre.
During the first half of her
program, titled "Works for
All Hallows Eve," she will,
'perform five selections from
Suite Gothique by Leon
Boellmann.
An active performer, Ellis
appeared recently with the
Jacksonville, Florida sym-
phony, has a CD out, is a car-
illoneer and teaches harpsi-
chord.
The concert by Ellis is
free and underwritten by
Friends of Music Concert
Series, who donate in
amounts ranging from $5 to
$2,500. This is the ninth year
of the concert series and
donations come from mem-
bers of the community, as
well as church members
"that like to see us have clas-
sical chamber music in our
community," said Bill Poplin,
music minister at Lake City's
First Presbyterian Church.
"It (the concert) is not a
church function per se, it is
more of a cultural outreach
of the church," Poplin said.
That concert begins at
7:30 p.m., Monday, at Lake
City's First Presbyterian


Church.
Next comes another free
event in Olustee Park at
noon Tuesday. The perform-
ance is a preview for a full
concert by the Coats vocal
band that evening that costs
$25.
The Coats are one of two
groups that will perform
Tuesday evening at Lake
City Community College.
The other group is the
United States Army Field
Band. That concert is spon-
sored by Lake City
Community College and the
Lake City Reporter- Tickets
are free and available at the
Reporter office, located at
180 E. Duval St., Lake City.
As of Friday, approximately
800 of 1,200 tickets had been
taken.
Internationally acclaimed,
the U.S. Army Field Band
has appeared in every state
and 30 countries since it was
created in 1946. It will play a.
variety of music, including
marches, overtures, both
popular and patriotic music
and solos by instrumental-


ists and vocalists.
The concert band has per-
formed with many renowned
orchestras, including the
Boston Pops and Detroit
Symphony Orchestra. It will
also perform a song with
instrumentalists from
Columbia and Fort White
high schools, conducted by
Lake City Community
College band director, Harry
Wuest.
The U.S. Army Field Band
concert will be in the
Howard Gymnasium at 7
p.m. For information, call
752-1293.
The Coats vocal band will
perform at 7:30 p.m. in the
Alfonso Levy Performing,
Arts Center, also at Lake
City Community College.
That concert is the first of
five this season in the
Community Concert series
and tickets are $25 or $40 foP
all five concerts.
Its repertoire includes
everything from 1950s Doo-
Wop to jazz and country bal-
lads, said Perley Richardson,
with Community Concerts.


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


ALACHUA COUNTY
Hawthorne Road (State
Road 20): The overpass over
U.S. 301 is scheduled to be
closed to all traffic on Tuesday
(November 1) from 9 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. for work on the new
overpass walls. All traffic will be
routed to the ramps and across
U.S. 301.
Southwest Second
Avenue (State Road 26A):
Motorists may experience brief
delays from just east of
Southwest 34th Street by Publix
to Southwest 28th Street for
drainage modifications and road-
way widening and traffic is shift-
ed. Watch for dump trucks enter-
ing and leaving a retention pond
site behind Publix. No lane clo-
sures are allowed between 6
a.m. and 10 p.m. Bicyclists and
pedestrians just east of
Southwest 34th Street are tem-
porarily detoured to University
Avenue. Motorists should use
caution when approaching
Southwest 36th Street and the
entrance to the Creekside Mall
as crews work on drainage and
median islands in the area.
Southwest 13th Street
(U.S. 441): Daytime lane clo-
sures for southbound traffic
between Southwest 16th Avenue
and Southwest 14th Drive as
crews work on curb, sidewalk
and concrete driveways.
Newberry Road (State
Road 26): Daytime lane closures
for concrete curb work and
drainage improvements between
Northwest 80th Boulevard and


Bluegrass concert
coming Saturday
,The Trenton Community
Center will host the Suwannee
Valley Bluegrass Monthly
Pickin' at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Various Bluegrass bands
will play. Don't forget to bring
a lawnchair and enjoy the
music until it's time to go


Northwest 109th Street and also
along the side streets in prepa-
ration for the resurfacing of the
roadway.
Southwest and Northwest
34th Street (State Road 121):
Inmate crews will be repainting
the roadway symbols such as
turn lane arrows, bike lanes, etc.
during the week. Brief daytime
lane closures will occur.
COLUMBIA COUNTY
Interstate 10: Daytime
lane closures for eastbound
traffic between the Baker
County line and U.S. 441 for
resurfacing the outside lane.
Westbound lanes will be
closed the following week. This
is a maintenance contract to
"spot" pave areas in immediate
need of resurfacing. The lane
closures should begin at 7
a.m. and continue until 7 p.m.
(Work was postponed from last
week due to bad weather).
Interstate 10: Crews will be
painting the roadway lines
between the Suwannee County
line and the Baker County line
during the week., Motorists are
reminded to not drive between
the paint truck and the safety
truck following or they risk getting
wet white or yellow paint on their
vehicles.
State Road 47: Traffic is
scheduled to be switched from
the existing lanes to the newly
paved lanes between Business
Point Road and Bascom Norris
Drive in mid-December. State
Road 47 is totally closed to all
traffic between U.S. 41 and
Bascom Norris Drive for the next
several months. Southbound
motorists are detoured to U.S.
41 to Bascom Norris Drive and
back to SR 47 or they can use
Michigan Street. Northbound
motorists are detoured east on


BRIEFS

home.
There is plenty of room to
sit around and jam, so bring
an old flat top or banjo and
play along.
Come and hear some of the
best Bluegrass in North
Florida.
For more information, call
(800) 990-5410 or (352)
284-0668 and ask for Cloud.


Bascom Norris Road to U.S. 41.
All businesses 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.
South Main Boulevard
(U.S. 41): Possible daytime
lane closures between Bascom
Norris Drive and State Road
47 for utility work as part of the
four-laning project on State
Road 47.
U.S. 90: Daytime lane
closures at the signalized inter-
sections of Sisters Welcome
Road, Ridgewood Drive, the
FHP station, Lake Jeffery
Road, Main Boulevard and
County Road 100A for setting
the new mast arm poles for the
new traffic signals. Resurfacing
on the section between
Lomond Avenue and State
Road 100 is expected to begin
in mid to late November.
HAMILTON COUNTY
U.S. 41: Workers are
pouring a gravity wall along-
side 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.
(Note: 511 are the three
numbers to call to get real-time
travel information on major
Florida highways. In the
Northeast and North Central
Florida area, travel information
such as incidents are reported
for' Interstates 10, 75, 95 and
295. The system is now in use
throughout the state.)


Red Cross offers
classes this week
The following is a list of
classes offered through the
American red Cross North
Central Florida Chapter: '
6-9 p.m. Tuesday; adult
CPR
Thursday; Infant/child
CPR and first aid caregivers.


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OBITUARIES


Mrs. Nancy M. Miles
Mrs. Nancy M. Miles, 67, of Lake
City died early Saturday morning
October 29, 2005 at the E.T. York
Hospice Care Center in Gainesville.
Funeral services for Mrs. Miles will
be conducted on Wednesday,
November 2, 2005 at 11:00 A.M. at
the St. James Episcopal Church in
Lake Ci';, Eronrrbment ,.,t dl tol-.
lot. at 2-IO P.M in tihe Oak. Ridc
Cemeucry in Madison, Flojida.
Visitation with the family will be
from 5:00 7:00 P.M. Tuesday
evening at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the direc-
tion of the GATEWAY-FOREST
LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 3596
South Hwy 441, Lake City. 386-
752-1954
Please sign the guestbook at
www.gatewayforestlawn.com

Mr. George E. Jordan
Mr. George E. Jordan, 80, of Lake
City passed away Friday evening,
October 28, 2005 at The Shands at
Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City.
A native of Baker, Florida, he had
moved to Lake City from
Jacksonville one year ago. He was
preceded in death by his parents
Mr. James Grady and Martha Avie
Spann Jordan. Mr. Jordan retired
as the Florida Highway Patr61l
Troop B Commander in Lake City
in 1973 after 24 years of service.
He was a Safety Director for
Commercial Carrier Corp, Vice
President of L.J. Kennedy Trucking.
Company in Jacksonville, FL, and
in 2002 he retired as Vice President
of Coastal Transport, Jacksonville,
FL. Mr. Jordan enjoyed bluegrass
music, boating, spending time with
his family, and also enjoyed attend-
ing the retired officer's breakfast
club. Mr. Jordan was a member of
the 3rd Circuit Law enforcement
association, FAST (Florida
Association State Troopers) and'
AAST (American Association State
Troopers. He was of the Baptist
faith and was a member of
Parkview Baptist Church in Lake
City.
Mr. Jordan is survived by two
daughters, Judy Jordan Miller
(Billy), Tampa Bay, Beverly Jordan
Kirby, Keystone Heights, FL, two
sons, Gary Jordan (Donna),
Roswell, GA and Mark Jordan
(Teresa), Augusta, GA, the mother
of his children, Samantha Jordan of
Keystone Heights, FL.;one sister
Lois Dickson, Lancaster, PA and


one brother, Gene Jordan of Rich (Margaret), Denver, CO. Also
Blounstown, FL; Three grandsons, surviving are five grandchildren,
Jeff Miller, Tampa Bay, Matt Tyler, Lauren and Michael Hagler,
Jordan, Gainesville, FL and Daniel Lake City and Nathan and Joseph
Jordan, Statesboro, GA, four Rich of Denver, CO.
granddaughters, Kyle Patterson Funeral Services for Mr. Rich will
(Micah), Louisville, KY, Jill and -be conducted Tuesday, November
Jodi Kirby, Keystone Heights, FL, 1, 2005 at 11:00 A.M. at Hopeful
and Shana Munro (Thomas), Baptist Church with Dr. Rodney
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d "is'lhtzr K,,i,'n Pat. c-rr ".,. i- :;i p P ,i,;1 Church
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Funeral services for Mr. Jordan will ly will-be held Monday, October 31,
be conducted on Sunday, October 2005 from 5:.0 7:00 P.M. at the.
30, 2005 at 3:00 P.M.at Gateway- funeral home. .Arrangements are
Forest Lawn Funeral in Lake City under the direction of the GATE-
with Pastor Joe Butler, Pastor of WAY~FOREST LAWN FUNER-
Parkview Baptist Church officiat- AL HOME, 3596 South Highway
ing. Interment will follow at 441, Lake City. 386-752-1954
Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens Please sign the guest book at
Cemetery. Visitation with the fam- www.gatewayforestlawn.com
ily will be one hour prior to service
at the'funeral home. In lieu of flow-
ers, donations may be made to the James Leroy Rix, Sr.
Parkview Baptist Church Building
Fund, 268 NW Lake Jeffery Road, James Leroy Rix, Sr. 72, a resident
Lake City, FL 32055. of High Springs, Florida died
Arrangements are under the direc- October 28, 2005 at the Suwannee
tion of the GATEWAY-FOREST Health Care following an extended
LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 3596 illness.
South Hwy 441, Lake City. Mr. Rix had lived in High Springs
386-752-1954. Please sign the for the past six years and prior to
guestbook at living in High Springs he had
www.gatewayforestlawn.com resided in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.


Mr. Jack B. Rich,
Mr. Jack B. Rich, 73, of Lake City,
left this Earth to be with Jesus on
Thursday evening, October 27, 2005
at. the E.T. York Hospice- House in
Gainesville following an extended
illness. He was a native of Bain-
bridge, GA and had lived in
Jacksonville before moving to Lake
City in 1963. He was the son of the
late Lawrence Woodrow and
Madeline Ruth Powell Rich and was
preceded in death by four brothers,
Larry, Harry, Gene and Hendry Rich
and one sister, Donis McElhaney.
Mr. Rich and his wife owned and
operated The Lighthouse Christian
Bookstore from 1975-2001. He
was an Amateur Radio OperAtor
(K4GYK) for fifty years after re-
ceiving his license in October of
1955. He was an active member of
Hopeful Baptist Church, but more
importantly for over 50 years he
was a Born Again Christian who
loved to talk about the Lord and
sing praises to Him.
Mr. Rich is survived by his wife of,
52 years, Jackie Rich, Lake City,:
one daughter, Kimberly Cole (John-
ny) Lake City and one son Kevin


He had retired from the Graybar
Electric Company, Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida after twenty five years of
service. He was a-graduate of Ft.
Lauderdale High School Class of
1951 and a member of the BPOE.
Elks,Lodge, Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida. He was also a member of
the Moose Lodge of Ft. Lauderdale.


Mr. Rix was a veteran of the
Korean War having served in the
U.S. Air Force.
He' is survived by two sons: Brian
and Corina Rix High Springs,
Florida and James and Debbie Rix,
Jr. Lake City, Florida. Three
Sisters: Beverly Huskey, Tamarac,
Fl. Shirley Goggins,'Delray
Beach, Florida, Mary Kicklighter,
O il.,.1.. Fl. ii.i Five
G i,.-1:l,1.r,:',, -' i ., R., R'it, '
Ariana Nicole Rix, Timothy James
Rix, Jason Luike Rix and Tyler
Mathew Rix also survive.
Funeral services for Mr. Rix will be
conducted Tuesday November 1,.
2005 at 6:00 PM. in the Chapel of
Guerry Funeral Home with the Rev.
Isadore Williams, officiating. The
family will receive friends Tuesday
November 1, 2005 from.5:00 -6:00
P.M. prior to the service.
Cremation arrangements are under
the direction of Guerry Funeral
Home 2659 SW. Main Blvd, Lake
City, Florida. 386-752-2414.

Mr. Jay Brown
Mr. Jay Brown, 69,of Lake City
died Saturday, October 29, 2005 at
Lake City Medical Center. He was
born in Hill City Kansas to James
G. and Wanda Dunlap Brown. He
was the 2nd of four children. He
married Rose a Bittner on May 2,
1964 in Schenetady, New York,
they have one son, Todd J who was
born'December 1969. Mr. Brown
attended schools in Hill City start-
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story school, graduated from Hill
City Trade School in 1950 from the
old "Yellow Rock" School, then
graduated with the Class of 1954
from Hill City Memorial high
School. On March 1, 1955 he
enlisted in the U.S.A.F. where he
was to serve the next 21 years. Mr.
Brown was one-of the Lucky
Enlistees, who served in theaters
over both. oceans., .His travels-
included such places as French-
Morocco, Germany, Thailand, and
the Phillippines. He was able to
have his family accompany him on
many assignments so they also
enjoyed much of the world. Mr.
Brown received many awards and
decorations, including seven good
conduct medals, Air Force com-
mendation metal and Presidential
Citation Award, plus other decora-
tions. His family was fortunate in
living next to Kennedy Space
Center where he worked as a Space
Shuttle Technician, working at the
(OPF) operations processing facili-
ties and both pads A&B preparing
the Space Shuttles for launching.
Upon their retirement from
Kennedy Space Center he and his
family moved to Wellborn, Florida
where they have lived. He loved
sports, especially football and Little


League Baseball. He was an avid
fisherman who loved fishing with
his son Todd in any type fishing;
fresh water or salt water.
Mr. Brown is survived by his wife
of 41 years, Rose Brown,
Wellborn, FL, son,-Todd J.
Brown of Hill City, KS, two sisters,
Joann Desmarteau (Jerry), Great
Bend, KS and Karen R. Bryant,
Penokee, KS,, one brother, Larry
G. Brown (Reva), Colorado
Springs, CO, and many many
more relatives, nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Mr. Brown will
be conducted at 3:00 PM.,
Wednesday, November 2,2005 at
the Gateway-Forest Lawn Funeral
Home Chapel. Interment will fol-
low at Forest Lawn Memorial
Gardens Cemetery. Visitation with
the family will be held from 5:00 -
7:00 P.M. Tuesday, November' 1, at
funeral home. Arrangements are
under the direction of GATEWAY-
FOREST LAWN FUNERAL
HOME, 3596 South Hwy 441, Lake
City. (386) 752-1954. Please sign
the guest book at www.gateway-
forestlawn.comr.
Obituaries are paid advertisements. For
details, call the Lake City Reporter's
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Announcements

Car show, dance session
coming soon
Antique Car Show and Square
Dance will be from 10 a.m.-4
p.m.Saturday at O'Leno State
Park.
Enjoy a day at the park while
veiwing many beautiful antique
cars and either watch or learn to
square dance with the Square
Wheels Dance Club Dance ses-
sions from 9:30 a.m. 11 a.m. and
2 p.m.-4 p.m. '
All free with park admission.
Food and drinks available.
Located 6 miles north of High
Springs on U.S. 41/441'.

Veterans Day to
feature Peter Herrick
The annual Veterans Day
celebration will be at 10:30 a.m.
Nov. 10 in Olustee Park. Peter
Herrick will be the guest
speaker.

Stephen Foster will
host coffeehouse
WHITE SPRINGS The
monthly First Saturday
Coffeehouse at Ste)hen Foster
Folk Culture Center State Park
will be hosted by Carolyn Pardue
at 7 p.m Saturday..
Pardue, a Red Cross worker
and former lobbyist, will emcee
the evening.
Anyone interested in signing
up to perform at the Coffeehouse
should do so at the venue, which
opens at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, call
Martha Nelson at 397-7009, or e-
mail
Martha.J.Nelson@dep.state.fl.us.


Scary Stories for children
ages 10 and older will be
presented at 7 p.m. Monday in
the former tourism building next
to the West Branch of the
Columbia County Public Library.
West Branch is located at 435
NW Hall of Fame Drive in Lake'
City. For more information; call
758-2101.

Main and West Branch.
Ubrary have new art
The Main Branch of the Public'
Library is exhibiting artwork by
local artist Sue Hall., Hall paints
Folk art at her studio, and is a
member of the Art League of
Nonh Flonda.
The exhibit at the West
Branch also is new and consists
of works of different mediums
consisting of oil, acrylics,
watercolor and wood, to


mention a few. The exhibits will
be on display through November.

Folklife days coming
to Stephen Foster
WHITE SPRINGS Horse-
drawn wagon rides, homemade
jams and jellies, and making
hand-churned butter and lye
soap are among the old-time tra-
ditions of Florida that will be pre-
sented at Rural Folklife Days in
White Springs on Thursday and
Friday. The event is open to'the
public from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. *
daily. Admission is $3 per per-
son. Food concessions will be
available. For more
information, call 397-4462.

Christmas wreaths
on sale from CHS squad
The CHS Tigerettes are
selling beautiful fresh Christmas'
wreaths from the Cascade
Mountains in Washington during
the month of October for various
prices.
The wreaths are handmade
and will be delivered during the
first week of December. Call
Kay Dekle at 755-8106 for more
.information.


Army Field Band
to perform Tuesday
The United States Army field
band will perform a free concert,
at 7 p.m., Tuesday, at Lake City
Community College. A free ticket
is 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.


Bash coming Monday
The Lake City Fire
Department is hosting the
Second Halloween Safety Bash'i
at the Lake City Fire Department
from 5-9 p.m. Monday.
For more information, call
752-3312 ext: 320,;or stop by'
the Lake City Fire Department
Station 1, 225 NW Main Blvd.

Kids safe Halloween
party is Monday
On Monday, the American
Legion Post 57, located on South
Highway 41, will have a "Safe
Halloween Party" for children
0-12 years old and their parents.
The festivities will be from
6-8 p.m. Lots of food, fun and
games.
For more information, call the
American Legion Post at 752-


7776.


Girls Club to have
Halloween Safe House
Come by in costumes and
pick up some ghoulish candy
and treats and have lots of
spooky fun at the Girls Club,
494 NW Desoto St. on
Monday. 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.

Organ concert
coming Monday
The Friends of Music Concert
Series will welcome Laura Ellis
to Lake City's First Presbyterian
Church on Monday.
Ellis will present an organ
concert on the church's Rodgers
organ. The first of the program
will include organ works for All
Hallows Eve. The second half of
the program will include works
for All Saints' Day. For more
information, call Bill Poplin at
365-4932.

F.A.C.E. to
host meeting
Interested in learning more
about Columbia County
Home-schooling laws?
If so, you are invited to attend
F.A.C.E. Home-School Support
Group's covered dish dinner and
meeting with Brenda Dickinson
on Tuesday, at Grace Covenant
Baptist Church, on U.S. 90 W,
one mile west of 1-75. Brenda
is our state director of the
Home Education Foundation in
Tallahassee.: She will be speak-
ing on topics of interest to home
schooling in, our area.
Please bring a covered dish
and dessert to share. Drinks will
be provided. There will be a spe-
cial offering taken up to give to
Brenda for the Home Education
Foundation. No Nursery will be
provided. For more information,
call Kim Davis at 935-4755.

Haven Hospital to host
community event
Haven Hospice of the
Suwannee Valley will be having
a Holiday Memorial Program on
at 6 p m. Tuesday. It will be at
the Quality Inn in Lake City.
This program is for those who
have experienced the death of a
loved one. Give yourself the gift
of discovering new ways to
embrace the holiday spirit.'
For more information, call
1-(800)-759-6357 or 752-9191.
Lake City Newcomers
Friendship Luncheon


The November Friendship
Luncheon will be at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday at the Guangdong
Restaurant in the Lake City Mall.
All members, guests and friends
are welcome. For more informa-
tion, call 754-2695 or 752-4552

Suwannee Friends
to host book sale
The Suwannee County '
Friends of the Library will host
The Great Book Sale on
Thursday-Saturday and the
following week, Nov. 10-12. The
sale will be during the regular
library hours. The Suwannee
County Regional Library is locat-
ed on U.S. 129, south of Live
Oak. Library hours are from 8:30
a.m-8 p.m. on Thursday, 8:30
a.m.-5;30 p.m. Friday, and 8:30
a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.-4
p.m.
On Veterans Day, Nov. 11, the
sale will be from 10 a.m.
4 p.m. Veterans will be able to
buy a brown bag of books for $1.,

Youth horse show
coming Saturday
The second annual Columbia
County Youth Horse Show will
be Saturday.
Registration is 9 a.m.and the
show will start at 10 a.m.
For more information and to
pre-register, call Lynne Vaughn
at 752-3582 or the Columbia
County Resources at 752-8822.'


Pre-Thanksgiving dinner
planned for Saturday


City. Senior citizens 55 and older
and any potential
persons who would like to
become a member of this
service
organization may attend this din-
ner and receive information for
membership. For more
information, call Sherrekk Jones
at 752-8296 or Billie or Margaret
Carter at 752-3533.

Tigerette. Garage
sale coming up
The CHS Tigerettes will be
having a family garage sale from
8-11 a.m. Saturday at
Richardson Middle School cafe-
teria. This will be a huge garage
sale. There will be' 28 families
participating. Money will help the
Tigerettes for its trip to Nationals.


fifth annual alumni breakfast at 8
a.m. Friday in the Food
Production Lab. All alumni and
former faculty are invited to
attend the breakfast, as well as
the pep rally and homecoming
parade that day.


Livestock show
coming soon
All steers, swines, meats
goats and beef heifers will be
weighed in at the fairgrounds
from 8-11 a.m. Nov. 6.
A complete and concise
record book will be required
and must be turned in by
5 p.m. Nov. 7.
For more information, call
752-8822.


Coming up
Sherrill-Guerry's to host Early Learning Coalition
'Cheer Box' program sets two meetings


Want to send a little cheer to
an active duty military person this
holiday season?
The entire community is
invited to participate in Sherrill-
Guerry's "Cheer Box" program.
The funeral home will provide
boxes, custom forms and all that
needs Io be done is fill it with- '.
gifts, treats, personal items and
return it to Sherrill-Guerry's for
mailing.
The final day to pick up the
boxes is Friday. For more
information, call 752-2211.


FWHS to host
alumni breakfast


B&S Combs will have a pre-
Thanksgiving Day dinner at 1 FORT WHITE As part of its
p.m. Saturday at Elks Lodge on Homecoming celebration, Fort
East Washington Street in Lake White High School will host the


The Early Learning Coalition
of Florida's Gateway, Inc.,
executive committee will be Nov.
7.
The meeting will begin at
4 p.m. in the ELC-FG Office.
: A regular board meeting will
beat 9 a.m. Nov. 9,.in the
Columbia County School Board
Office, SOS Building, Room 140;
Lake City.
The coalition oversees state
and federal funding for all school
readiness programs for children
.up to 5 years old for Columbia,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee
and Union counties.
Anyone interested in attending
the meeting who has a disability
requiring special assistance
should call Heidi Moore at
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New Delhi explosions hit bus


and market; at least 58 dead


By MATTHEW ROSENBERG
Associated Press
NEW DELHI Near-simultaneous
explosions rocked the Indian capital
Saturday evening, tearing through a
bus and two markets crowded with peo-
ple shopping for gifts for a Hindu festi-
val. At least 58 people were killed and
dozens wounded in the blasts, which
the government blamed on terrorists.
Police declared a state of emergency
and closed all city markets. Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh urged calm
while denouncing the apparently coor-
dinated bombings, which came amid
unprecedented Indian-Pakistani talks
on opening the Kashmir border a week
from Monday to facilitate aid for sur-
vivors of the region's devastating Oct. 8
earthquake.
'These are dastardly acts of terror-
ism," Singh said in a brief televised
statement. "We shall defeat their nefari-
ous designs and will not allow them to
succeed. We are resolute in our com-
mitment to fighting terrorism in all


ASSOCIATED PRESS
Fire Fighters try to douse a fire after an explosion at the Sarojini Market area in New
Delhi, India, on Saturday.


U.S. soldiers killed

in attacks in Iraq


By MARIAM FAM
Associated Press
BAGHDAD, Iraq A
bomb hidden in a truck
loaded with dates exploded
Saturday evening in the cen-
ter of a Shiite farming village
northeast of Baghdad, killing
26 people and injuring at least
34. Three American soldiers
died in separate bombings in
Baghdad and northern Iraq.
In the west of the country,
U.S. Marines said they killed
10 extremists Saturday in vil-
lages near the Syrian border,
where Air Force jets blasted a
suspected militant safe house
the day before. U.S. officials
said an al-Qaida official from
Saudi Arabia may have been
killed in the airstrike.
The surge in violence
occurred as Iraqi political
blocs unveiled their lists of
candidates for Dec. 15 parlia-
mentary elections, which the
United States and its coalition


forms." The first explosion hit at 5:45 p.m. in and dozens in the other two. partners hope will h
Asked who was responsible, he New Delhi's main Paharganj market, The attacks targeted the many peo- restore enough stability ti
would only say "there are several leaving behind bloodstained streets and ple shopping just days before the festi-
clues." mangled stalls of wood and twisted val of Diwali, a major Hindu holiday
The Indian government faces opposi- metal. Within minutes came an explo- during which families exchange gifts,
tion from dozens of militant groups sion at the popular Sarojini Nagar mar- light candles and celebrate with fire-
particularly Kashmiri separatists, some ket and the bus blast in the Govindpuri works. The markets where the blasts -
of whom also oppose the peace process neighborhood. Police said at least 60 occurred often sell fireworks that are ,
between Pakistan and India. lople were wounded in the -st blast elaborate and pote'ally sgP is. ..

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The bomb in the Shiite
village of Huweder, about 45
miles northeast of Baghdad,
exploded as villagers were
heading to the mosque for
prayers or outdoors in the
cool evening breeze to break
daylong fast they observe
during the holy month of
Ramadan.
"It felt as if the earth was
shaking underneath our feet,"
said Hussein Mouwaffaq,
whose brother Qahtan was
killed in the blast. 'The street
was strewn with dates. Many
people were killed and
injured."
Police Lt. Ahmed Abdul
Wahab, who gave the casualty
figure, said the number of
deaths could increase
because several i survivors
were critically wounded. The
village is in a religiously
mixed area plagued by sui-
cide attacks, roadside bombs
and armed assaults on police
checkpoints.-


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Availab
the small Colombian island of
Providencia with harsh winds,
heavy rains and high surf.
Nicaraguan troops evacuat-
ed/thousands of people from
low-lying areas as forecasters
predicted the Category 1 hur-
ricane could reach Category 3
strength before making land-
fall on the mainland near- ther
border between Nicaragua and
Honduras.
Beta, the record 13th


expected to Syn
States. J
As wiw'1 nd rain pounded

le fromm
alert. He reminded people of
Hurricane. Mitch in 1998,
which stalled over Honduras
with 120 mph winds, sweeping
away bridges, flooding neigh-
borhoods and killing
thousands.
At 5 p.m. EDT, the National
Hurricane Center said' the
s. ,rnm 'I-as a-biut 75) miles'dest
of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua,
moving westward at about
5 mph. Its maximum sustained


idicate4
laLc riidlay, Leailg I iuu A m
"C den homes and causing

Comme
ice were knocked out for the
.5,000 people on the
Manhattan-sized island.
Several people sustained
minor injuries, Colombian
President Alvaro Uribe said,
without providing an exact fig-
ure. '"The calming news is that
there were no fatalities," Uribe-
s a id ,. '." ,..-''-, -. : J ',
A Colombian frigate loaded
with emergency supplies was'
due to arrive later Friday at the


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miles off the Nicaraguan coast.
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racial: News providers",
moved into schools, and a hos- ASSOCIATED PRESS
pital evacuated patients. A U.S. soldier gestures from a Humvee as he patrols a street, in
People lined up for supplies as, Baghdad, on Saturday
wind and rain buffeted Puerto
Cabezas, where 32,000
residents prepared for the U.S. soldier. Briton die at


storm.
, The National, Hturricane,
Cnter,rya',aInd that Beta could
bring a storm surge up to 13
feet and-10 to 15 inches of rain
could fall in Central America.


Artillery strikes Gaza in campaign against militants


By IBRAHIM BARZAK
Associated Press
GAZA.CITY, Gaza Strip -
Israeli aircraft and artillery
pounded the northern Gaza
Strip on Saturday, targeting
roads .and open areas it said
Palestinians used to launch
rocket attacks against
southern Israel.
Palestinian Interior
Minister Nasser Yousef told
his security chiefs that "firm
and serious action" would be
taken against any militant
facility for manufacturing or
storing weapons, his office
Said in a statement Saturday.
But Palestinian security
forces "would not enter any
house looking for weapons,"
the statement added, reflect-
ing Palestinian leader
Mahmoud Abbas' reluctance
Sto forcibly disarm gunmen,


an action he fears would
provoke civil war.
Israel's air and artillery
strikes and the Palestinian
statement, capped a week of
confrontations that began
Monday with the killing of a
top Islamic Jihad gunman
blamed in the deaths of
12 Israelis in recent months.
Islamic Jihad has- been
responsible for the deadliest
attacks on Israeli targets
since a February cease-fire
between Israel and the
Palestinians..
In'the West Bank town of'
Ramallah on Saturday,
Palestinian police fired in the
air to disperse about
60 Islamic Jihad militants
gathered outside Abbas'
offices, some of them throw-
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officials said, an apparent
effort to pressure the group
to cease violence against
Israel.
An Islamic Jihad revenge
bombing Wednesday killed
five Israelis, and on
Thursday, missiles fired at a
car from Israeli aircraft'
killed four Islamic Jihad
members and three
bystanders. An eighth mili-
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Israeli aircraft fired missiles
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No injuries were reported
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Artillery shells used
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results from last month's his- listed as. provisional winners
toric legislative elections are former warlords or others
amid some of the worst still linked to armed groups
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bringing stability and
strengthening Afghanistan's
fledgling democracy four
years after the ouster of the
Taliban.
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few days, said Aleem:


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volatile eastern Khost
province, a U.S. military
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PHASE: Meth recovered


FAIR: Midway opens for 10-days starting Thursday


Continued From Page 1A
Irueblood drinking contain-
ers of beer while they were
tempting to stop him. '
Trueblood exited onto
State Road 47 and began to
travel south. Trueblood soon
lost control of the vehicle,
spinning onto the east shoul-
der into a residential lawn.
Sheriff's deputies attempted
to box Trueblood's vehicle
in, but Trueblood escaped
back onto northbound SR 47.
Sheriff's deputy Donald
Sands tired to end the pur-
suit by maneuvering into
Trueblood's car, forcing the
vehicle into a parked pickup
and bull dozer in a construc-
tion zone. Deputies and FHP
once again attempted to
block Trueblood's vehicle in,
but loose gravel caused their
vehicles to slide, resulting in
numerous read-end crashes.
Trueblood was finally
apprehended and had to be
subdued by troopers and
deputies because of his
combative nature.
Trueblood and Manning
were both arrested and
transported to the Columbia
County Detention Facility.
No injuries were reported
from FHP or the sheriff's
office.
Search of the vehicle
revealed 355 grams of


methamphetamine. The
methamphetamine and white
powder thrown from the
vehicle, which field-tested
positive for cocaine, are
being sent to the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement Crime
Laboratories to be analyzed.
Trueblood is being
charged by FHP for driving
under the influence, driving
under the influence with
property damage, driving
while license suspended or
revoked, reckless driving
and an open container of
alcoholic beverage while
operating a motor vehicle.
He is also being charged
by the Columbia County
Sheriff's Office for aggravat-
ed fleeing and eluding, driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked and two active
warrants for violation of pro-
bation and worthless checks.
Manning is being charged
with destruction of evidence.
"I am glad to see that
everything turned out the
way it did," Columbia County
Sheriff Bill Gootee said. "It
was a matter of teamwork
between the agencies
involved and we are glad to
do anything we could to
help."


DESIGN: Change needed


Continued From Page lA
Tall Tex is an eight-foot six-
inch person by the time he's
on stilts and appears in cos-
tumes as a scarecrow, robot
and Woodstock Willie, said
Linda Dowling, complex man-
ager at Columbia County Fair
Grounds. "He's real, real.
cool."
Dowling said ,because, of
concerns about E. coli bacte-
ria the coordinators chose to
eliminate the petting zoo this
year and will feature the
"Amazing Animal Adventure"
instead, with 20 exotic ani-
mals. The animals will be on
exhibit and perform twoo
shows daily. Animrrals include
tigers, cougars, leopards,
monkeys and parrots.
The fair also features an all-
new circus this year and
Cosmo Kid, an artist who uses
spray cans, Dowling said.
Briscoe said he attends
other fairs and finds what
attracts people are a mixture
of traditional county fair
events, combined with new
things with an emphasis on
making sure there is
something for everyone.
"Some people are there for
the fair, the rides, the games.
the food. Other people come
just for the livestock. Other
people come just to roam the
exhibit halls," Briscoe said.
There will be plenty to see
with 163 community and busi-
ness exhibitors, including,
local businesses,. churches


"I like strolling
up and down the
exhibit halls,
especially the way
Columbia County
is growing.
You stay in touch
with what's going
on in Columbia
County."

Steve Briscoe
president,
Columbia County Resources

and organization's, along with
exhibits from individuals,
including those involved in
4-H programs.
Both home arts and horti-
culture displays will be inside
the entertainment building.
Briscoe said he enjoys the
exhibits.
'That's the time to see old
friends that maybe you
haven't seen, .in a while,"
Briscoe said. "I like strolling
up and down the exhibit halls,
especially with the way,
Columbia County is. growing.
You stay in touch with what's
going on in Columbia
County."
Along with Tall Tex, the
Don Miller Bluegrass Band
will stroll the exhibit halls,
providing moving
entertainment, Dowling said.


Tuesday, Nov. I
All entries of baked goods due
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Fill out
entry form at the fairgrounds. no
charge to enter.
Thursday, Nov. 3
Power Country Fair Kickoff
4 pm. to close (Free Gate.$10
armband)
SWe'eknight Event Schedule-
Animal Adventures 6 30 p.m &
8:30 p.m : Circus & Thrill Show
6:15 p.m & 8:00 p.m.: Diamond
Illusions 7.30 pm; Diamond
Hypnosis 9:00 p m ; Rabbit &
Poultry Exhibits 5 p.m.-close.
Cosmo Kid.Tall Tex and Don Miller
Band.
Friday, Nov. 4
Midnight Madness
5 p.m. to 10 p.m (Tickets):
Early Bird Midnight Madness 8 30-
2 a.m. ($20 Armband): Midnight
Madness 10 p.m -2 a m. $15
armband)
Saturday, Nov. 5
Saturday Matinee Discount
Matnee. 2-6 p.m. ($10
armband w/$5 coupon); 6 to close
($15 Armband)
* Senior Citizens Day (2-10
p.m.) Persons 60 and older free.
* Adult Brahman Show I p.m.;
Animal Adventures 7 p.m & 9 p m..
Circus & Thrill Show 6:30 p.m &
8:30 p m.; Diamond Illusions 5 p.m.
& 7.30 pm.; Diamond Hypnosis
9:30 pm.: Livestock and Poultry
Barns open through day
Sunday, Nov. 6
Family Day
2 p m. to close ($10 fair
Admission, includes armband or
Fair Admission $5 only, no
Armband i.
SAnimal Adventures 3:30 pm.
& 5.30 p m., Circus & Thrill Show
3 p.m & 5 p.m.: Diamond Illusions


4 pm ; Diamond Hypnosis
6-30 p m
Monday, Nov. 7
Buddy Night
5 p m to close lOne pci son
pays with tickets the other rides
free):Youth Beef Heifer Sho.'.
7 pm
Tuesday, Nov. 8
Chamber of Commerce Night
* 5 p.m. to close (Discount
Tickets) 5-7 p.m Free Admission,
Youth Steer Sho" 7 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 9
School Day
Persons under 18 and college
students with ID free. 5 p m to
close 1$13 armband aith $2 off
school coupon).Youth Swine Show
7 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 10
S&S Food Stores Night
5 pm to close (Free
Admission with S&S Coupon, $1 5
armbandl:Youth Steer & Swine
Sale 7 p.m.
Friday, Nov. .1 I
Midnight Madness/Military Day
* Free admission for Veterans
with Military ID. 5 p m. to 10 p.m
(Ticketsl. Early Bird Midnight
Madness 89-30 a.m ($20 Armband):
Midnight Madness 10 pm -2 a.n,
($15 armbarid, Blue Gr3ss Band
- Dr. Don Miller Strolling
Saturday, Nov. 12
Saturday Matinee Discount
Matinee. 2 6 p.m ($10
armband wm$5 coupon); 6 to close
($15 Armbandl
* Senior Citizens Day (2-10
p.m I Persons 60 and older free.
EAnimal Adventures 7 p m.
& 9 p m.: Circus & Thrill Show
6.30 p.m. & 8:30 pm., Diamond
illusions 5 p.m. & 7 30 p.m :
Diamond Hypnosis 9:30 p.m.Youth
Goat Show 6 p m.


Continued From Page 1A
Wilson said the news staff
of the Lake City Reporter
also has worked diligently to
implement all of the
changes.
"News Editor Joseph
DeAngelis, copy editor
Shaun Manley and news
assistant Chris Bednar all
are relatively new to our
staff, but they immediately
rolled up their sleeves and
embraced the task of over-
hauling the look of our
newspaper," Wilson said.
"Some days, the process felt
like trying to write with the
other hand and some days it.
was- as easy as chewing,
gum, but these guys got on
board and stayed with it.
They have worked hard to
make this redesign function-
al in the office and for the
reader at home."
The print redesign comes
just 10 days after the Lake
City Reporter's Web edition,
lakecityreporter.com, debuted
its new, reader friendly look.
Reader comments for the
Web site have been
overwhelmingly positive.
Publisher Michael
Leonard said the completion
of new designs for the print
and online versions of the
Reporter brings to fruition
one of the original goals he
set upon coming to Lake
City in September 2003.
"Coming in, I knew Lake
City was a strong newspaper
town and felt the people
deserved an upgrade in the
quality and quantity of our
local news product,"
Leonard said. '"This has been
accomplished, especially
since the hiring of Todd
Wilson as editor in June
2004.
"The look of the paper was
something I was also not
happy with. Andy Owens,
assistant managing editor for
copy editing and design of
the Charleston Post &


Design team


DeAngelis


Manley


FUNDS: Do other counties use discretionary funds?


Continued From Page IA
"Our general fund budget is
so tight we had to borrow
from other funds," Wayne
Smith, chairman of the Union
County commissioners, said.
Union County is the only
county surveyed which does
not have an administrator,,
coordinator or county
manager.
Smith, who has been a
county commissioner for
,14 years and served asch'air-
man for 13 ot those, said he
would like to have a
discretionary fund;.
"I'd like to get; several
things for my district," he
said. "In my district, I'd look at
putting in a fire station. There
is no shelter for fire station
trucks sitting in the weather
or a shelter to put them."
Smith says he doesn't
understand how Columbia
County commissioners canr,
expend funds the way they do.


Bednar


Courier, is an old friend from
my days working in the
Carolinas. Andy helped us'
with the overall concept,
then Todd, Joe and the guys
fine-tuned and finished the
job.
"I'm very pleased with
their work. I believe this
new look will serve our
readers well," Leonard said.
N Wilson and Leonard invite
Reader comments and ideas.
Reach Wilson by e-mail at
twilson @lakecityreporter.com.
Reach Leonard at
mleonard@lakecityreporter.com.
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"I don't see how they can do
that," he said. "I don't know
how their procurement policy
reads either."
Gilchrist County
Administrator Ron McQueen
agrees with Smith about the
budgetary constraints, on
smaller counties.
"We're a little smaller coun-
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revenue," he said.
., Gilchrist CQudot' comrnisu-
sioinhrs 'do. riot, hve -' discre-
tionary funds.
"We require all those organ-
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request in writing during
budget workshops and we put
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taken out of the general
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used by Gilchrist County.
"There's 67 different ways of
doing things," he said, refer-
ring to how many counties are-
in Florida.
"Each county establishes
guidelines and policies. In our
county, anything over $2,000.
has to have full board'
approval," he said. "Anything,
over $10,000 has to be bid out."
, Bakr County's Manager
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deal ,wiih a lot of requests like
that. If a charity or agency or'
something along those lines
are asking for financial assis-,
tance, the board votes, and
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out of contingency." Baker
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ways, said County Coordinatoi
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from the ftlating gas tax," h(
said ,,, ,, .
But, when it comn to organ
izations 'requesting funds
Wooley said, that's a different
matter. ,
.."We usually do it. through
the normal budget process
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IN THE ZONE
Hoops show
on Monday
"In the Zone with Shayne
Edge and Trey Hosford":
has its basketball preview
coming up next week.
University of Florida assis-
tant coach Larry Shyatt will
be the guest by telephone.
"In the Zone" airs at
7:30 p.m. Monday on cable
channel 8.

YOUTH SOCCER
CYSA sign-up
is under way
Columbia Youth Soccer
Association registration for
the upcoming recreational
season is under way. The
dates and locations are:
1-5 p.m. today at the CYSA
Soccer Complex clubhouse;
6-8 p.m. Thursday-Nov. 11
at the Columbia County,
Fairgrounds (during the
county fair); 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Nov. 12 and Nov. 19 and
1-5 p.m. Nov. 13 and Nov.'
20 at the CYSA Soccer
Complex clubhouse.
Registration fee of $45
includes a uniform.
For details, call Melody
Everett at 752-2169 or the
CYSA Soccer Complex at
752-0512 during the
selected hours on dates of
registration only.

CHS SOFTBALL
Diamond Club
meets Tuesday
The CHS Diamond Club,
s,:,ftbltl boosters,,will meet,,,
at6.:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
senior dining area. Election
of officers will take place,
along with the transfer of
records from the past
president.
For details, call coach
Jimmy Williams at
755-6422.

BABE RUTH BASEBALL
Board meeting
on Tuesday
The Lake City/Columbia
County Youth Baseball
Board meeting is 6 p.m.
Tuesday at the Babe Ruth
Baseball office next to the
fields behind Summers
Elementary. All interested
parties are invited to
attend. New board officers
will be elected for the
2005-2006 season.
For details, call Russell
Thomas at 755-9763.

OUTDOORS
Ducks Unlimited
banquet set
The annual Ducks
Unlimited banquet is 6 p.m.
Dec. 3 at the Columbia
County Fairgrounds. The
menu this year is seafood
buffet and there will be a
raffle, silent auction and
live auction. Cost is $50 for
singles and $70 for couples.
For details, call Jimmy
Sparks at 752-9589.

RICHARDSON FOOTBALL
Cell phones
still accepted
Richardson Middle
School Football Booster
Club is still accepting cell
phones and empty printer
cartridges, which are sold
for fundraising. Phones and
cartridges can be dropped
off at Hair's Mower Parts
on North Marion Avenue
or to Athletic Director
Wade Burlingame at the
school.
For details, call Clara
Crews at 752-8469 or e-mail
ccrews@peoplepc.com.


Compiled from staff reports.


Tigers fall in bid for 13th straight playoff berth


Mistakes cost CHS
against Ridgeview.
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia High couldn't put the
game away and then let it slip away.
Ridgeview High won the matchup for
a playoff spot 23-7 in Orange Park on
Friday.


Midway through the second quar- field position advantage and marched
ter, the Tigers (5-5, 2-2) had 64 yards to pull within a
outgained the Panthers 104- point. A pass interference
28 yards and had racked up MQ* 4 penalty hurt, but Columbia
six first downs to none. was stung by a reverse that
However, the score stood 7-0. 1 went for 22 yards and a
Ryan Jackson intercepted first-and-goal.
Joseph Everett on the first In the second half,
play of the game at the POOTBRIJ Columbia lost fumbles on
Ridgeview 33 and Ren6 consecutive drives and fum-
Perry scored six plays later. bled again when going for a
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"We've been talking all
passing carries week about how he's the best
Passer we'll face all year,"
DUlldogsS. Indians defensive coordinator
Demetric Jackson said. '"That


By MARIO SARMENTO
msarmento@lakecityreporter.comrn
So the dream died just six
yards away from what would
have been the game-tying
touchdown for Fort White High
in its 26-19 overtime loss to
Taylor County High on Friday.
But this was no choke. The
Indians did everything they
could to win the game; they
just ran into a hot quarterback
who was at the height of his
powers in Genario McNealy.
The senior passer was phe-
nomenal in the second half, com-
pleting 13-of-22 passes for 167
yards and two touchdown pass-
es to finish with numbers better
suited to an NFL quarterback
than one still in high school -


was our weak-
ness, the
pass. This guy
was great. He
was on fire."
McNealy
was at his


finest on his team's final three
drives, which resulted, in 16
points as the Bulldogs rallied
from a 19-10 fourth quarter
deficit. During this stretch, he
was an absurd 10-of-13 for 100
yards and two TDs. Running
the spread option offense to
perfection, McNealy, found
openings in the seams of the
Fort White defense, and he and
receiver Tony Powell were sim-
ply unstoppable. Powell's num-
bers at the end of the game
looked like the kind racked up


s Indians


in Madden 2005 eight recep-
tions, 190 yards, 1 TD.
"I wanted to put my pres-
sure on him up the middle,
but I hardly ever play man,"
Jackson said of the dilemma
he faced against McNealy. "I
was trying to'give him a pre-
snap look of run coverage and
then go to something else."
Taylor County flooded the
Indians defense with receivers
and Powell frequently came
open in the middle for most of
his yardage. On the final drive
of the fourth quarter, it looked
more like he*and McNealy
were playing a private game of
catch rather than piecing
together the most important
drive of their season.
Jackson said the receivers
had the middle of the field to
work with because, as he put
it, "Both of my corners are 5-
foot-8 and my safety is 5-foot-

INDIANS continued on 5B


the first two fumbles for 10 points and
a 16-7 margin.
The first post-fumble possession set
up the Panthers at the CHS 14.
Columbia's defense held to a field
goal, but the lead was lost. The next
fumble gave Ridgeview a short field at
the Tigers 41.
After Columbia later turned over
possession on downs, Everett dropped
TIGERS continued on 5B


ON THE GATORS


Todd Wilson
Phone: 754-0428
twilson@aokecityreportercom

Florida

has a

new life
JACKSONVILLE
T wo scoring
drives were
enough.
Florida's
offense showed
it could set the tone; it's
defense showed it could
bend without breaking.
In the end, the Gators
showed heyaave a new, life
in the SEC east while deliv-
ering a 14-10 fat lip to the
Georgia Bulldogs Saturday
in front of 84,501 fans at
ALLTEL Stadium.
Florida scored on its first
two offensive drives, as
quarterback Chris Leak
took control of the game
early and Georgia, the
nation's No. 4-ranked team
coming into the game, was
caught on its heels.
'That first drive set the
'tone," said Florida head
coach Urban Meyer. 'The
first two drives were
tremendous. I thought
Chris was tremendous."
Florida looked flawless.
The offensive line
blocked. Leak planted and
threw nearly perfect passes
and for a short time
returned to his old form of a
Heisman-like pocket passer.
The running game was a
a load for Georgia, as was a
speedy defense.
DeShawn Wynn and
Marcus Manson found the
holes and made the cuts
and caught the Bulldogs on
their heels.
GATORS continued on 5B


Tigers cross country

goes to regionals


Girls are sixth,
boys eighth in
district meet.
By MARIO SARMENTO
msarmento@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia High's cross
country team marked its
return to prominence by
sending both the boys and
girls teams to regionals at
the district meet at
Ridgeview High on Saturday.
"We were just very excited,
very ecstatic," Lady Tigers
coach Shelli' Shoup said. 'We
told our kids how well they did
through all the hard work." ,
The girls qualified in dra-
matic fashion, as Danielle
Hunter beat out a
Middleburg High runner on


the straightaway to break a
sixth-place tie between
Columbia and Middleburg.
Christine Bonilla ran a per-
sonal best of 22:51, with
Jennifer Kondrach (23:42),
Amber Stormant (26:29),
Gabrielle Bellamy (27:02),
Hunter (27:27) and Amber
Harden (28:12) all qualifying.
Nease High was first, with
Fleming Island High second,
Gainesville High third,
Ridgeview High fourth and
Eastside High fifth.
The boys placed eighth
behind Ridgeview, Wolfson
High, Fleming Island,
Eastside, Gainesville,
Middleburg and Nease.
Brian Huggins (19:15),
Wade Epley (19:31), Michael
Scott (19:46), Clint Spencer

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Owassa, Okla.
GOLF
8 a.m.
TGC European PGA Tour, Volvo
Masters, final round, at Sotogrande, Spain
2 p.m.
ABC PGA Tour, Chrysler
(. hapionship, final round, at Palm Harbor
TGC Nationwide Tour, Nationwide
'oun- Championship. final round, at
Prattville, Ala.
5 p.m.
TGC Champions Tour, Charles
lchwab Cup Championship, final round, at
,nooma, Calif.


NFL
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CBS Regional coverage
FOX Regional
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4 p.m.
CBS Regional coverage
FOX Regional
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8:30 p.m.


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NFL FOOTBALL
9 p.m.
ABC Baltimore at Pittsburgh
NHL HOCKEY
7 p.m.
OLN Montreal at N.Y. Rangers


FOOTBALL

NFL standings

AMERICAN CONFERENCE


East
W 1L.
New England 3 3
Buffalo 3 4
N.Y. Jets 2 5
Miami 2 4
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Kmansas City 4 2
San Diego 3 4
O)akland 2 4


Pet PF
.500 138
.429 112
.286 92
.333 115

Pet PF
1.000 189
.667 108
.286 136
.000 Pi

Pc PF
.714 168
.667 149
.333 69
.333 78

Pet PF
.714 152
.667 149
.429 193
.333 128


NATIONAL CONFERENCE,


Washington
N.Y. Giants
Philadelphia
Dallas


Tampa Bay
Atlanta
Carolina
'New Orleans


Chicago
Detroit
Minnesota
Green Bay


Seattle
St. Louis
Arizona
San Francisco


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W L T
4 2 0
4 2 0
4 2 0
4 3 0
South
W L T
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5 2 .0
4 2 0
2 5 0
North
W L T
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3 3 0
2 4 10
1 5 0
West
W L' T
5 2 0
3 4 0
2 4 0
1 5 0


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.667 135
.667 173
.667 142
.571 147

Pct PF
.833 116
.714 175
.667 148
.286 119

Pct PF
.500 100
.500 104
.333 90
.167 144

Pct PF
.714 181
.429 184
.333 114
.167 96


Today's Games
Chicago at Detroit, 1 p.m.
Arizona at Dallas, 1 p.m.
Oakland at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Cleveland at Houston, 1 p.m.
Washington at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m.
Jacksonville at St. Louis, 1 p.m.
Green Bay at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.
Minnesota at Carolina, 1 p.m.
Miami vs. New Orleans at Baton Rouge,
La., 4:05 p.m.
Kansas City at San Diego, 4:05 p.m.
Philadelplhia at Denver, 4:15 p.m.
Tampa Bay at San Francisco, 4:15 p.m.
Buffalo at New England, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Indianapolis, N.Y. Jets, Seattle, Atlanta
Monday's Game
Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 9 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 6
Atlanta at Miami, 1 p.m.
San Diego at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
Oakland at Kansas City, 1 p.m.,
Houston at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
Detroit at Minnesota, I p.m.
Tennessee at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Carolina al Tampa PBay, 1 p.m.
Seattle at Arizona, 4:05 p.m.
Chicago vs. New Orleans at Baton
Kouge, la., 4:05 p.m.'
N.Y. Giants at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Green Bay, 4:15 p.m.
Philadelphia at Washington, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Buffalo, Denver, Dallas, St. Louis
Monday, Nov. 7
Indianapolis at New England, 9 p.m.

College scores

Friday
Colorado St. 35, New Mexico 25


AUTO RACING

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NEXTEI CUP
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Schedule: Today, race (NBC, Noon).
Track: Atlanta Motor Speedway (quad-
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Race distance: 500.5 miles, 325 laps.

MBNA 500 lineup

At Atlanta Motor Speedway
Hampton, Ga.
Friday
(Car number in parentheses)
1. (12) Ryan Newman, Dodge, 193.928
mph.
2. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 193.420
3. (38) Elliott Sadler, Ford, 193.373
4. (6) Mark Martin, Ford, 192.520
5. (07) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, 192.173
6. (9) Kasey Kahne; Dodge, 191.980
7. (5) Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, 191.814
8. (1) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet,
191.741
9. (88) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 191.721
10. (20) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet,
191.688
11. (25) Brian Vickers, Chevrolet,
191.608
12. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet,
191.569
13. (66) Kevin Lepage, Ford, 191.483
14. (43) Jeff Green, Dodge, 191.331
15. (37) Mike Skinner, Dodge, 191.107
16. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 191.080
17. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet,
191.080
18. (19) Jeremy Mayfield, Dodge,
190.653
19. (23) Johnny Benson, Dodge, 190.653
20. (00) Carl Long, Dodge, 190.640
21. (0) Mike Bliss, Chevrolet, 190.568
22. (39) Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 190.476
23. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 190.470
24. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 190.463
25. (11) Denny Hamlin, Chevrolet,
190.182
26. (04) Bobby Hamilton, Dodge,
190.156
27. (01) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet,
190.026
28. (42) Jamie McMurray, Dodge,
189.928
29. (21) Ricky-Rudd, Ford, 189.876
30. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, 189.798
31. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet,
189.636
32. (2) Rusty Wallace, Dodge, 189.396
33. (40), Sterling Marlin, Dodge, 189.299
34. (10) Scott Riggs, Chevrolet, 188.976
35. (18) Bobby Labonte, Chevrolet,
188.822
36; (22) Scott Wimmer, Dodge, 188.725
37. (15) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet,
188.706
38. (41) Casey Mears, Dodge, 188.514
39. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge, Owner
Points
40. (77) Travis Kvapil, Dodge, Owner
Points
41. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, Owner
Points
42. (49) Ken Schrader, Dodge, Owner


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44. (80) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 189.571
45. (36) Boris Said, Chevrolet, 189.525
46. (32) Bobby Hamilton Jr., Chevrolet,
188.597
47. (09) Johnny Sauter, Dodge, 188.488
48. (7) Robby Gordon, Chevrolet,
188.462
49. (51) Stuart Kirby, Chevrolet, 188.411
50. (4) Mike Wallace, Chevrolet,
187.494
51. (50) Jimmy Spencer, Dodge, 187.481
52. (75) Mike Garvey, Dodge, 186.748
53. (89) Morgan Shepherd, Dodge,
182.147

Easy Care Vehicle 200

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Saturday
1. (5) Mike Skinner, Toyota, 182.591
mph.
2. (1) Ted Musgrave, Dodge, 182.021.
3. (38) Brandon Whitt, Toyota, 181.366.
4. (50) Todd Kluever, Ford, 181.354.
5. (15) Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, 181.230.
6. (46) Dennis Setzer, Chevrolet,
181.165.
7. (22) Bill Lester, Toyota, 181.147.
8., (65) Tim Fedewa, Dodge, 181.129.
9. (67) Steve Park, Toyota, 181.076.
10. (47) Bobby Labonte, Chevrolet,
180.645.
11. (14) Rick Crawford, Ford, 180.616.
12. (60) Jack Sprague, Toyota, 180.616.
13. (17) David Reutimann, Toyota,
180.516.
14. (23) Johnny Benson, Toyota,
180.504.
15. (12) Joey Miller, Toyota, 180.445.
16. (6) Ron Hornaday Jr.; Chevrolet,
180.357.
17. (75) David Starr,-Chevrolet, 180.287.
18. (06) Regan Smith, Chevrolet,
180.187.



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19. (30) Todd Bodine, Toyota, 180.135.
20. (99) Ricky Craven, Ford, 180.047.
21. (10) Terry Cook, Ford, 179.761.
22. (2) Jimmy Spencer, Dodge, 179.186.
23. (07) Eric Norris, Chevrolet, 179.122.
24. (8) Deborah Renshaw, Dodge,
179.052.
25. (04) Bobby Hamilton, Dodge,
179.006.
26. (16) Mike Bliss, Chevrolet, 178.943.
27. (08) Chris Wimmer, Chevrolet, 178.856.
28. (13) Tracy Hines, Chevrolet,
178.533.
29. (18) Chase Montgomery, Dodge,
178.510.
30. (4) Timothy Peters, Dodge, 178.229.
31. (77) Brendan Gaughan, Dodge,
177.613.
32. (59) Robert Pressley, Dodge,
177.204.
33. (62) Scott Lynch, Dodge, owner
points.
.34. (29) Brad Keselowski, Ford, owner
points.
35. (88) Matt Crafton, Chevrolet, owner
points.
36. (92) Burney Lamar, Chevrolet,
179.656.


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Houston 6 2 .750 ,-
Memphis 6 2 .750 -
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San Antonio 2 7 .222 4%
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New Jersey 91, New York 86
Minnesota 96, Detroit 92
Washington 85, Indiana 77
Denver 89, Utah 83
L.A. Lakers 105, Sacramento 103
Seattle 96, Portland 85
End of Preseason


HOCKEY

NHL games

Friday's Games
Carolina 8, Philadelphia 6
Columbus 2, Minnesota 1, SO
New Jersey 3, Buffalo 2
Tampa Bay 4, Washington 2
Edmonton 5, Dallas 3
San Jose 5, Los Angeles 4 .
Anaheim 6, St. Louis 4
Saturday's Games
New Jersey 5, Boston 4, SO
Ottawa 8, Toronto 0
N.Y. Rangers 5, Montreal 2.
Tampa Bay 3, Atlanta 2
Buffalo 6, N.Y. Islanders 4,
Carolina 5,'Pittsburgh 3
Columbus at Minnesota (n)
Edmonton it Nashville (n)
Detroit at Chicago (n)
Dallas at Phoenix (n)
Vancouver at Colorado (n)
Calgary at San Jose (n)
St. Louis at Los Angeles (n)
Washington at Florida, ppd., hurricane
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
Phoenix at Anaheim, 8 p.m.
Monday's Games
Montreal at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
Florida at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.


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REGION: Tigers advance
,i Continued from page 1B


;(19:53), Derek Norris (20:01),
Chris Fryman (20:34) and
altern,-ate David Earls (26:17)
all advanced to regionals,


SemInok'% rally to top) leq)s


which are next Saturday -
again at Ridgeview. Girls start
at 9:30, with the boys to follow
at 10:15.


INDIANS: McNealy superb


i Continued from page 1B
8, so we told them to try and
keep them in front of you."
By contrast, Powell is listed
at 5-foot-11, Marquis Ellis at
; 6-feet and Sebastine Ingrain at
6-foot-4. Those three receivers
combined for 15 of Taylor
County's 21 receptions and
271 of McNealy's 330 yards
passing, to go with two TDs.
As Fort White head coach
Mike Hunter said after the
game, "I can't believe they have
the record they have. They
played much better than that"
The Bulldogs are 4-5 (2-1 in
District 2-2A) heading into their
final game of the season. But
Taylor County will have its most
important trip in two weeks
when it travels to Pensacola to
take on District 1-2A winner
Pensacola Catholic High. Fort
White (7-2, 1-2) will face Santa
Fe High this Friday for
Homecoming with two .marks
still within its reach the most
wins and the best single-season
record-in school history.
Defensive stats from the
Taylor County game are as
follows:
Cody Croft 11 tackles
(four solo, seven assists);
Brian Stalnaker nine
tackles (three solo, six assists,
one tackle for loss), two sacks;


Justin Dorris eight
tackles (two solo, six assists,
one tackle for loss);
Ervin Armstrong -
seven takes (two solo, five
assists, one for loss), one sack;
George Griffith five
tackles (one solo, four assists),
one-half sack;
Cory Capallia five tack-
les (two solo, three assists);
Elven Sheppard five
tackles (three solo, two
assists), one pass breakup;
Elijah Serrano four
tackles (one solo, three
assists, one for loss);
Chase Capallia four
tackles;
Donald Lewis three
tackles .(one solo, two assists),
one-half sack
M Brian Coker three
tackler (two solo, one assist),
one pass breakup;
Kenny Bryant two
tackles (two solo);
Jerry Zapatta two
tackles (one for loss);
Trevares Holden two
tackles (one solo);
Mike Williams two
tackles;
Xavier Blake one
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TIGERS: Playoff streak ends at 13 for Columbia High


Continued from page 1B
the ball after pumping a throw
and -Octavious Buiey recov-
ered for CHS. The Tigers had
29 yards to the end zone and
almost a whole quarter to
work with, but couldn't score.
Columbia soon wasted field
position when the snap went
over punter Gerry Harris'
head. He ran it down, and got
the kick away, but it only went
a few yards to the Tigers 43.
Darrell Underwood pro-
duced a circus interception,
bouncing the ball with one
hand and juggling it until he
could get a grip. He returned


it 19 yards to the CHS 24. for a
last-ditch effort.
Lewis Sharp, who was pres-
sured into four sacks on the
night, was called for ground-
ing on his second incomple-
tion of the series and threw an
interception on a desperate
fourth-down heave.
Everett picked off the pass
and returned it 38 yards to set
up his third touchdown of the
game.
Columbia's 12-year playoff
run is ended, but with 7-1
Niceville High coming to town
on Friday there are other


numbers that come up.
Only once in the last .18
years has CHS won only six
games (1996) and the Tigers
have not finished .500. or
worse since 1986.
The "winningest football
program in Florida" tag also is
a target.
Ridgeview coach Tom
MacPherson made mention of
it.
"Going to the playoffs is a
great accomplishment, but we
can hang our hat on a seven-
year school beating the all-
time winningest program,"


MacPherson said. "No disre-
spect t, them they have a
lot of history and my hat's off
to Danny Green and Lake City
in general. It's a big win to
beat a program like that."
Niceville will be thinking
the same thing and looking to
spoil Senior Night for CHS.
"We still have a tough game
left," Green said.
"The playoff situation is
over and that hurts every-
body. We had a good week of
practice and I felt good about
the game, but we came up
short again."


JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter
Georgia middle linebacker Jarvis Jackson attempts to pull down
Florida running back DeShawn Wynn.

GATORS: A new life
Continued from page 1B


The Gators first drive went
80 yards on 13 plays and was
the team's first score on an
opening drive this season.
Leak rolled right, kept the ball-
and slipped into the end zone
from three yards out for the
first score. Florida got seven
first downs during the drive,
and moved the ball on big runs
by Wynn and passes from
Leak to Dallas Baker.
Georgia answered by going
three-and-out from its own 23.
After Vernell Brown
returned a punt 29 yards and
gave the Gators good field
position at the Georgia 41,
Leak wasted no time in leading
the Gators down the field for a
second score. It took four
plays and 1:32 on the clock to
hit paydirt with a one-yard TD
toss to Tate Casey.
Meyer admitted that during
the week off, a new approach
to his offense was implement-
ed and new wrinkles came out
early in Saturday's game.
"There were a couple of new
plays, a couple o'f quick passes,
a couple of downhill runs,"
Meyer said. "We put in a few
new things."
The offense looked good
early. It looked good to see Leak
standing still in a backfield
where he had once been look-
ing to run in the spread option.
It was good to see the Gators
score on their first drive of the
game for the first time this sea-
son. It was even better to see
them score again the next time
they touched the ball.
Sure, there were miscues,
but nothing that couldn't be
overcome.
Wynn fumbled at the
Georgia 6-yard line with 54
seconds left in the first half, a
score that would have put the
Gators ahead 21-3 at halftime,
but rebounded for a solid sec-


ond half. He finished the game
with 19 carries for 109 yards.
Everybody wearing orange
and blue rebounded Saturday.
Give credit to Meyer for allow-
ing Leak to be Leak early, for
giving the option attack a
break long enough for his
strong offensive effort to set
the tone early in the game.
Beyond that, the Florida
defense played probably its
best game of the year. Georgia
came into the game averaging
420 yards of total offense. The
Gators held them to 286.
In the end, the game was in
the hands of the defense.
Georgia had the ball on its
own 20, an 80-yard drive away
from a win with 3:10 left in the
game.
Nine plays later, the game
was preserved when Gators
defensive end Jeremy Mincey
dropped the hammer on
Georgia quarterback Joe
Tereshinski and his pass fell
incomplete on fourth-and-11 at
the Georgia 39.
"I thought it was time for pay-
back," Mincey said.
"It came down to heart and
hustle."
So the Gators live to bite
another day, still with hopes of
spending a December
Saturday in Atlanta.
They will need help from
Auburn and they must finish
the regular season with no let-
downs, but crazier things have
happened.
This has been an unusual
season, one of growing pains
for Meyer and the Gators, but
at the moment, with victories
over Georgia and Tennessee,
and a chance to play for a con-
ference title, the season is
shaping up nicely.
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history buffs, they are a
journey into the past. Travel
throughout Columbia
County and you %will find, -
often tucked away in the
most unlikely places. ceme-
teries that preserve bits of
history about the area and
the founding fathers of our
comnilUnity.
In an area that is filled
with history is a small,
almost hidden cemetery that
local residents pass by daily
- most likely without a
thought as to who lies
buried there and what part
they played in the history of
Columbia County.
On a dirt road that runs
parallel to Ichetucknee
Avenue onto the Old
Bellamy Road (now Elim
Church Road) is the
Ichetucknee Cemetery.
Surrounded by native oaks
and wildflowers. the gr6ve-
yard is the only remains of
Ichetucknee Methodist
Church which is believed to
have been established in the
late 1800's. The original pas-
tor, Rev. J.H.D. McCray had


thirteen members, which
included the Sparkma n
family. '
In 1888, Stephen atid
MNary Sparkman deeded
three acres to the chuIrch.
but didn't include the land
that comprises the cerine-
tery. The cemetery that
adjoined the church proper-
ty contains the grave of
Mary Sparkmnan, a
Sparkman daughter w1ho
died in'lS 192, and a Ci'il War
veteran, G.W.L. Dampier.
The church eventually
split up and the church was
torn down in the earlNi
1900s. It is unclear whether
the cemetery was intended
to be deeded to the cliturch
or to remain in the family,
but when surveyed byr a
later purchaser. Carl L.
Hawkins. it was determined
to be part of the land he had
purchased. A good portion
of the church property has
been acquired by the "county
for public roads, but tihis lit-
tle cemetery in the m iddle
of the woods remains.
Walking through tlie
graves, you pass small
rmossy, almost illegible,
gravestones as well a'; elabo-
rately carved and decorated
stones. Old graves arte
mixed among recent graves
and there are even si"'ns of
tending to some of the more
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The grave of a Sparkman daughter who died in 1892 is one of
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North of Lake City on as a
County Road 131 is the hi- -
which adjoins the Falling
Creek Cemetery. Listed in
Historic Pla es, it is the bur-
lal ground fgr many of the
earliest families of the
Falling Creek area. The
cemetery and church were
established in the ri5il n ul
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Thomas M er The grave of Edward Me neck, who died in Septem ber 2000, is
donated the land and many one of the more recent grave and is stilling lovingly cared for at
of the early settling families c C f cemetery a -n
are found there, including when h e ryp
the Dicks, McCalls, Moles, he was remembered in an burial site of mnany veterans
Caldwells, Troells and anonymous memorial as a of several wars, including
M oores. The M ole, Ca -dwell man w1o0 "fearlessl- an g.l- the War 181, th
and Moore families each ntdefended the anmed g e- t e War of 1812, theiv
lost a son to the Civil .y and i resides of h neigh- War. Ten of the famt ilies,
exist, it is believed, that the The Price Creek "Florida Pione ers," families
cemetery is entirely filled Ceni eter can be found at who homesteaded land in
The church and the ceme- tie intersection of CR 245 Florida prior to 1845. This
teryare popular tourist and Price Creek. It is was a dangerous time and
attractions for history buffs. believed that this cemetery Indian raids were a part of
Falling Creek Cemetery is County, having been estab- James O'Steen was killed
the tiny 10-grave Rivers listed in about 1e31. Captain during an Indian raised in
Cemetery. All of the graves Arthur Roberts, a command- 1839, and his family escaped
are of decedents connected er in the First Florida to a neighboring farm
to the Abraham Rivers Calvary during the Civil owned byAsa Roberts. They
Family, who died between War, was an original settler then moved on yet agan to
At Ellisville, the descen- and provided for a cemetery Roberts and escaped dan-

Jelks Farnell United States government. Asa Roberts, who died in
Farnell Cemetery. Located The north end of the aceme- 1831 after the birth of their
off U.S. 41 South on Old tery was reserved for "faith- daughter. Their first child,
Wire Road North, the small, ful" slaves and several Robert Burnett Roberts, is
two-acre cemetery contains Indians. Although the grave- thought to be the first white

grave being that of Lillie members whose ancestors Dr C.O.O. Roberts,
1870 and died in 1873. The ry of the cemetery have con- Lake City Masonic Lodge, E
graves of children who died firmed the existence of & A.M. No. 27 received the

tre ing o ree harch, o Joseph Price, who was a Price Creek upon his death
life for the early settlers of member of the House of in 1875. This cemetery is
ia Representatives from 1860 the burial ground for many
C.Pe Farnell, who died to 1863, is buried in Price past residents of this com-
1887 at 43 years of age, suc- Creek Cemetery, as is munity who made significant
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-Random thoughts on the Halloween holiday


ASSOCIATED PRESS

Extended family
Daughters of the Shoals Area Families With Children from China,
gather together in Sheffield, Ala., for a group photo on Oct. 7. The
family support group has identified 17 families in the Shoals area
with children from China.

WEDDING


Hartopp Trail
Elizabeth Ann Hartopp of
Lake City and David Eugene
Trail of Fort White were united
in marriage Oct. 8 in Trenton
Church of God in Trenton.
Elizabeth is the daughter of
Marva Hartopp of Lake City.
David is the son of Alex and
Patsy Trail of Fort White.
Elizabeth was given in mar-
riage by her mother Marva
Hartopp.
Pastor Dewayne Bowdoin
officiated the ceremony.
The flower girl was Kailey
Roux. Jordan Hartopp, daugh-
ter of the bride, was the maid
of honor and the best man was
Michael Trail.
Michael Hartopp was the
usher.
Bailey Roux was the ring-
bearer and Sherry Roux was
the wedding director. The
musician was Alice Parker
Blankenship.
The reception was at
Trenton Church of God
Fellowship Hall. The family


Elizabeth Ann Hartopp and
David Eugene Trail
would like to thank the ladies
of the Trenton Church of God
for all their help.
The couple will live in Lake
City.
Elizabeth is a graduate of
Columbia High School and is
currently employed at the
Lake City Correctional Facility.
David is a graduate of
Santafe High School and is cur-
rently employed at the Lake
City Correctional Facility.


ENGAGEMENT


Smithy Sherman
Glenn and Linda Smithy of
Lake City ; announce, .the
engagement and approaching;
marriage of their daughter,
Scarlett Leigh Smithy of Lake
City, to John Ronald Sherman
of Lake City, son of Pat and
Brenda Haygood of Lake City,
and Ronnie and Sandra
Sherman of Trenton.
Scarlett is a graduate of the
University of Central Florida
with a Master's degree in
Communicative Disorders.
She is a Speech-Language
Pathologist currently
employed by Special
Communications in
Gainesville.
John is a graduate of Lake
City Community College as a
physical therapist assistant He
is currently employed at North


BIRTHS


Bulthuis
Howard, Jr. "Scooter" and
Cathy Bulthuis of Lake City
announce the birth of their
son, Dawson Howard
Bulthuis, Aug. 3 in North
Florida Regional Womens
Hospital, Gainesville.
He weighed eight pounds,
nine ounces and measured
21 inches.
He joins Derek S.
Espenship.
Grandparents are Sherman
and Patricia Rose and
Howard, Sr. and Connie
Bulthuis.
Great-grandparents are
Leona Bonds and the late
Randall Donds, the late
Sherrill V. Smith and the late
Eula Mae Jackson-Bennett,


By BURTON FLETCHER
1970 Lake City Community College
Liberal Arts Alumni
Celebrations! Don't we just
look for an opportunity to
celebrate?
Between
Halloween
and New
Year's Day,
we have
more cele-
brations Fletcher
than at any
other time of the year.
Halloween is a celebration,
emanating from a historical
pagan ritual, with origins that
go back many centuries. The
holiday has different
meanings in different
cultures. For the truly
interested, the mystery
surrounding Jack-o-lanterns
and trick or treating can be
answered through a search
of the Internet.
Is the day evil? I think
most of us would agree the
day is not evil, or not
particularly so; though, evil,
like beauty, is in the eye of
the beholder. Although some
cults may have adopted
Halloween as their favorite
"holiday," the day itself did
not grow out of evil practices.
It grew out of the rituals of
Celts celebrating a new year,
and out of medieval prayer


rituals, of Europeans. And
today, even many churches
have Hlalloween parties or
pumpkin carving events for
the kids. After all, the day
itself is only as evil as one
cares to make it.
When I was a kid, I loved
the "Wizard of Oz." It scared
the daylights out of me and
my cousins! Yet, one year,
I went to my Sigma Alpha
Epsilon fraternity party
dressed as the Tin Man, the
character from the Wizard of
Oz. I handily won the contest
as "best dressed." I looked
just like the original
character with my silver
makeup, silver painted tennis
shoes., and my funnel hat.
Back then, as a young man, I
even resembled Jack Haley,
the actor who played the
character in the '"Wizard
of Oz."
The next year, I went to
the Halloween Party dressed
as 'The Devil." Before the
contest, one of the judges
who recalled my overwhelm-
ing victory from the year
before said, "Don't think you
are going to win this year!"
Apparently, the scales of jus-
tice were not
balanced for that contest as
the Devil didn't receive a fair
shake! that year. Perhaps the
Devil's tail was bouncing
around a little too friskily for


the satisfaction of some folks!
A couple of decades ago, I
had a Halloween Party in my
home. Never again! Folks
were too much into their
characters to suit me, and I
prefer to know who is and
isn't in my home, if you know
what I mean. Now, if
someone even comes near
my home wearing a mask,
they had better run, because
I'm about to call the police!
Is all of this ritual
necessary? Before you call
me the Halloween equivalent
of "Scrooge," I will not say
"Bah humbug," as a
Christmas character who
found rehabilitation at the
end of the story. No, we can
have fun at any time of the
year, and that includes
Halloween. I know this is the
time, particularly for folks
with children, to be spooky,
creepy, and some might say
kooky, but most of all, it is a
time for fun. Life is too short
to not have fun along the
way.
In true Halloween
tradition, candy corn,
pumpkin pie and sweets are
fun. Bats are not particularly
frightening to me, though I
might forego the opportunity
to touch one. Trick or
treating is no longer
considered to be safe, and
alternative events are increas-


ingly commonplace, as
parents seek to protect their
children from the harshness
of a world that seems
increasingly violent.
I don't see headstones and
cemeteries as scary places,
so you may want to think
twice before inviting me to
your party. As a memorialist,
my professional life centers
on honoring the lives and
telling the stories of those
who have parted this earth,
so my perspective of cemetery
ies is different than most
folks outside the death-care
industry. I love visiting ceme-
teries! Does that make me a
bit weird? Hmmmm. Please
withhold judgment.
Halloween, like a number
of other commercial holidays,
provides us with an opportu-
nity to dress the kids up and
take lots of pictures. That
seems like a fun thing to do.
Decorations, crafts, and social
camaraderie are good things.
Trick or treating is okay too,
as long as it is not malicious.
I can also get a laugh out of
seeing a house rolled with toi-
let tissue as well as the next
person, so long as it isn't my
house! (Smile.)
U Burton Fletcher is a -1968
graduate of Suwannee High
School and a 1970 graduate of
Lake City Community College.


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Scarlett Leigh Smithy and John
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A winter wedding is
planned.


the late Edna Owsley and the
late Sol Owsley.

Bass

Darren and Michelle Bass
of Lake City announce the
birth of their son, Conner Lee
Bass, Oct. 14 in Shands at
AGH Gainesville. He weighed
six pounds, seven ounces and
measured 191/4 inches.
He joins Zachary, 10, and
Abigail, 6.
Grandparents are Roger
and Jeanelle Bass of Lake
City and David and Kay
Sands of Lake City.
Great-grandparents are
Inez and Bill Reddick of
Lake City and Bessie Bass of
Haines City.


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education and medical fields.
Although, many of the old
cypress grave markers have
long since been destroyed by
time, the family members of
these descendants have been
working to restore and main-
tain the cemetery so that their
family's memories can be
honored for all time.
Methodists living in and
around Fort White in the mid-
dle 1830s first met in a tool
shed used by the road crew
building the Bellamy Road.
Some time in the mid-1840s,
the Tustenuggee Methodists
moved their worship services
to the home of Charles H.B.
Collins. Mr. Collins, a Justice
of the Peace, gave the church
land for a cemetery, but legal'
title was not officially trans-
ferred until 1876 by his son,
Mortimore Collins,. Collins
and his family were not buried
in the Tustenuggee Cemetery,
but three memorial markers
have been placed there by
their descendants.
If you visit this cemetery,
look for the graves of four


Indian braves. It is speculated
that the name Tustenuggee is
from an Indian chief that was
friendly to the white men of the
area and camped close to the
land that is now the cemetery,
After a fierce battle, four of
Tustenuggee's braves were
killed and legend has it that
they were buried in the ceme-
tery under a huge oak tree.
When the tree was cut down,
four broken stones and one
large Indian stone was found. A
memorial to Chief
Tustenuggee is now placed at
this spot.
These are just a few of the
interesting bits of history that
can be found in the Columbia
County Historical Society's
publication "A Register of
Columbia County, Florida
Cemeteries." For history buffs,
or just the curious, take a look
at this publication which is
available at the Columbia
County Library or contact
the Columbia County
Historical Museum at 755-9096
for more information about the
history of our community.


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Section D


CHAMBER CORNER


THE TOURISM TRAIL




Putting Columbia on the map


Jim Poole
Phone: 752-3690
jim@jakecatychambercom


How the


chamber


works

'W' am fortunate and
honored to serve as
the executive director
for the Lake City-
I Columbia County
Chamber of Commerce.
Having that position places
me in a visible position and
a lot of people automatically
associate the word
Chamber with me..But
there is a lot more to what
makes a Chamber and I
want to touch on one of
those, our Board of
Directors.
Your Chamber of
Commerce is governed by
a 15-member board of
directors who are selected
from the membership of the
Chamber. Terms are for
two years and a director
may serve up to a maxi-
mum of five years before
they have to take at least a
year leave from the board
prior to being eligible to
serve again, The Board
elects offices which are the
Pi'e ideit, Prt'esideriit-Eleci
and the Treasurer.
CHAMBER continued on 4D


Journalists come to the
area to expose readers to
county's unique spots.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com

W hen most people
think of hubs for
tourism, places like
New Orleans, Las
Vegas and Orlando
are some of the first to come to mind.
But soon, Columbia County and
Lake City could be ranked among the
best places to visit in the country.
Harvey Campbell, Executive
Director of the Columbia County
Tourism Development Council,
began a Suwannee River Wilderness
Trail Press Tour on Thursday.
Journalists from across the
country, including locations such as
Los Angeles, New Orleans and
Texas, began arriving Wednesday
evening and early Thursday morning
to see the sights and sounds of
Columbia County.
After seeing the many attractions
of the county and surrounding areas,
such as Stephen Foster" Folk Culture
Center State Park, Ichetucknee
Springs, Olustee Battlefield, Spirit of
the Suwannee Music Park and the
Suwannee River Wilderness Trail,
the journalists write stories about
what they've seen for newspapers
and magazines across the country.
Campbell said the an extensive'
process is used to select writers to
attend the press tours.
"We will have something like
S fia l M c.I ,,J;, S'h,.,. ca'.,, h.vh,:r,
iuii.nalists triir l around the cou.rtry ,
are there, along with us," Campbell
said. "Basically we'll interview each


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Harvey Campbell takes a group of freelance journalists from around the country on a tour of some of the Columbia County-area's
finest attractions, such as Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, Ichetucknee Springs and the Suwannee River
Wilderness Trail.,


other, where we find information
about the writer and they find
information about the county."
Campbell noted that normally
writers are not selected if they live
west of the Mississippi River, unless
they bring extensive credentials for
, i it,: f:r a il cially public t'iI .
"In. the pst 30.months, we've had
73 journalists here to write about
Columbia County," Campbell said.


'They have produced over 320
articles about the area."
The articles represent the
equivalent of $2.5 million in paid
advertising, Campbell said..
Campbell explained that the
credibility of a written article is about
t l .... lint .,- Uhi lr tl an a .,.-id
advertisement.
"This is the single most-important
Marketing method for Columbia


County," Campbell said. "We couldn't
pay for an advertisement that would
get the same results as the articles
written by some of these journalists."
The journalists were able to
experience the best the area has to
offer, including canoeing on the
Suwannee River and.at ..'-,, 'l, i
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GREAT LOCATION in "Fields of McAlpin"! 5 acres
of planted pines on paved road at $15,000/acre
CORI DELIETO 965-2916 #48190










420 FT of SANTA FE RIVER frontage! Boat
ramp, deck, 1,510 SqFt home plus 2 MH for family
near Ft. White. on CR-138/SR-47; completely
fenced 11.85 acres, wkshop/carport MUST SEE!
$650,000 KATRINA BLALOCK 961-3486 #48611





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COUNTRY LIVING what could be better?
Gorgeous setting w/pine trees, sprinkler
system & landscaping; 5 acres of grass, trees,
pond on paved rd plus 3BR/2BA brick home
w/hardwood floors, Fla rm w/fantastic view
$360,000 KATRINA BLALOCK
961-3486 #47141


A RARE FIND! Square 40-acre tract in Columbia
County only minutes from downtown Lake City in
fast developing area! 12-14 year old planted
pines that have been thinned once $500,000
TRAVIS LAND 590-0636 #48204


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GREAT LOCATION for office on S US-41 near
high school;. currently used as residence but
zoned commercial; 1,966 SqFt brick home on
1 acre w/visibility & parking; 2 Ig outbldgs &
workshop ifi garage $280,000 AVERY CRAPPS
984-5354 #48548
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FT, WHITE! Like new 3BR/2BA doublewide MH
on 5 fenced acres in Old Wire Farms S/D
$139,000 Move-in ready! #47754 CORI
DELIETO 965-2916


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U.S. 90 West Across from Wal-Mart 752-4211
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In Town Location. Scenic area. Brick home,
3/2. Large kitchen & utility room. Family room
w/FP. Great room and Florida room. Eat-in
kitchen. $179,900. Ask for Elaine K. Tolar 386-
755-6488.







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


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Great Investment/Rental Property. In town
location 2/1, wood floors, carport. Large front
porch. Storage buildings. $85,000. Ask for
Elaine K. Tolar 386-755-6488.







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


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Country Charm at its best, Brick home on 20
acres. 3BR/2BA, fenced, paved road. 24x36
barn with 2 sheds. Lge kitchen w/huge utility &
storage room. Beautiful view from back porch.
$415,000. MLS#46694. Ask for Elaine K. Tolar
386-755-6488.



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profile location in White Springs, 3/2, 1694 sq.
ft, 2 porches, 2 fireplaces, lots of original
features from 1918 construction $275,000
MLS#48640. Call Nell or Hansel Holton
386-984-5791.


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Handyman Special! Tnr: 3 .'1 nc-'one niTLIW
Would make a great rental. $39,900.
MLS#48200. Call Kimberly Wynne @ 965-5630.


Great location for this .8 acre lot with
mobile home. MH nbeds some TLC. 3/2,1400
sq. ft. close to town, only $44,900. Won't last
long. Ask for Lori Giebeig Simpson 752-2874.
MLS#48456.


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Price Reduced! Zoned R/O Turn of the Century, 1893 sq. ft. built in 1900. Current M a7 rental, 313/213, with a
113/113 being added. Has had new wiring.. Frame with vinyl siding. Near everything downtown. $76,000.
MLS#44063. Contact Nell or Hansel Holton for more info 386-984-5046.
Residential Lot in an established neighborhood. 1/2 Acre, paved road, close to town. Only $55,900. MLS#47700.
Ask for Lori Giebeig Simpson 752-2874.
Six+ acres of country living. Site cleared with well, septic, power and satellite dish, ready for your house or
Mobile home. This high and dry land, even has a driveway cut. Hardwood trees and wildlife abound. $79,900.
MLS#47408. Call Debbie Stewart, 386-365-5725.
Investors! 40-56 acre tracts on CR 158 near the new Jai-Alai stadium in Hamilton County. $239,800 $448,088.
Call P.atti Taylor 386-623-6896.


Gorgeous Tri-Level korne on Large Lot. 4/3,
large master suite w/glamour bath. Newly
painted. Formal LR, DR, and ben vv/FP. Great
loication. $279,900. MLS#48438. Ask for Elaine
K. Tolar 386-755-6488.







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

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






Now this is country living! 3/2 with 1248 sq.
ft. MH on 1 acre. Only 12 minutes from town!
All 3BRs have walk-in closets and the master
bath has a garden tub to soak your cares away.
The heat pump was replaced in 2001 and the
pump on the well was replaced in 2000. Won't
last long at $92,000. MLS#48587. Call
Kimberly Wynne @ 386-965-5630.


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THE WEEK IN REVIEW *THE WEEK IN REVIEW oTHE WEEK IN REVIEW -THE WEEK IN REVIEW *THE WEEK IN REVIEW


Weekly Stock Exchange Highlights J

A NYSE A Amex A Nasdaq N
7,369.55 +115.06 1,642.58 +44.59 2,089.88 +7.67


Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg
RPC s 27.45 +5.33 +24.1 FlightSaf 3.51 +.96 +37.6 MakMusc 8.73 +5.53 +172.8
AMLI Rs 38.00 +6.73 +21.5 Hemispx 2.97 +.74 +33.2 Phazar 13.19 +4.38 +49.7
PlaytxPd 13.34 +2.17 +19.4 NAPallg 6.14 +1.26 +25.8 SentoCp 5.52 +1.80 +48.4
SmedvA 20.85 +3.35 +19.1 Q Comm 2.66 +.54 +25.5 Regenrn 11.97 +2,97 +33.0
MPSGrp 12.53 +1.93 +18.2 FortDivn 6.00 +1.05 +21.2 Coinstar 24.91 +5.74 +29.9
Spherion 8.70 +1.31 +17.7 BoltTech 8.45 +1.43 +20.4 Feathrite s 3.96 +.90 +29.4
StillwtrM 9.96 +1.47 +17.3 Cytomedn 2.60 +.43 +19.8 Simclar 4.20 +.91 +27.7
Pactiv 19.85 +2.84 +16.7 HanaBion 5,00 +.68 +15.7 IntSurg 88.11+18.40 +26.4
LLE Ry 3.23 +.46 +16.6 Telkonet 4.71 +.64 +15.7 ICT Grp 14.45 +2.91 +25.2
Ryder 38.26 +5.24 +15.9 AvanirPh 3.00 +.38 +14.5 F5Netw 50.93+10.18 +25.0

Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg
KineticC 34.93-19.48 -35.8 IntriConl If 4.48 -1.55 -25.7 UnvAmr 14.17 -9.04 -38.9
ChicB&ls 20.31 -9.69 -32.3 CenucoIlf 2.49 -.81 -24.5 Nylixlnc If 2.93 -1.75 -37.4
Primedia 2.07 -.94 -31.2 OrleansH 19.35 -4.02 -17.2 GandrMt 5.25 -3.11 -37.2
DoralFin If 8.50 -3.38 -28.5 RELM n 4.50 -.92 -17.0 OrchidCell 5.71 -3.01 -34.5
Domtarg 4.05 -1,54 -27.5 iMergent 3.10 -.57 -15.5 i2Techn 12.44 -6.06 -32.8
FtBcPRs If 11.55 -3.70 -24.3 Rewards .5.55 -1.01 -15.4 Quotesmth 2.32 -1.10 -32.2,
Centene s 18.76 -5.34 -22.2 HawHold 2.51 -.40 -13.7 GeoPharm 3.36 -1.44 -30.0
AlliancOne 2.31 -.65 -22.0 Endvrlnt 3.75 -.57 -13.2 GigaTr 2.98 -1.22 -29.0
Skechers 12.25 -3.44 -21.9 AccesslT 9.30 -1.38 -12.9 Kanbay 14.75 -5.05 -25.5
IntRect 27.86 -6.90 -19.9 IntegBioPh 3.05 -.45 -12.9 HorizHC s 20.00 -6.76 -25.3

Most Active ($1 or more) Most Active ($1 or more) Most Active ($1 or more)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg Name Vol (00) Last Chg Name Vol (00) Last Chg
Lucent 4307386 2.79 -.29 SPDR 3568854119.80+1.67 Nasd100Tr5110133 38.32 -.23,
Pfizer 2103950 21.50 +.25 iShRs2000s161573463.06 +.04 Microsoft 3209421 25.53 +.75
Texlnst 1336872 28.00-2.49 SP Engy 1508341 48.27 +2.25 Intel 2568346 23.33 +.18
ExxonMbl 1143661 56.31 +.94 iShJapan 1177594 11.96 +.31 Oracle 2162166 12.71 +.45
GenElec 957832 34.05 +.32 SemiHTr 959138 33.31 -1.40 Cisco 2106837 17.14 +.11
Cendant 930324 17.64-2.45 SPFncl 631826 30.31 +95 SunMicro 2036089 3.88 -.01
NortelNet 904852 3.24 -.16 OilSvHT 561287116,29+7.10 SiriusS 1860712 6.02 +.07
FordM 896873 8.02 -.13 DJIADiam 390103.84+1.70 JDSUniph1663868 2.07 +.01
TimeWarn 767349 17.75 +.52 RetailHT 275652 92.15 -.85 Novavax 1599168 3.59 -.14
SprintNex 735775 23.25 +.25 Hemispx 175189 2.97 +.74 Flextrn 1236873 9.60-2.20

Diary Diary Diary
Advanced 1,831 Advanced 619 Advanced 1,637
Declined 1,648 Declined 480 Declined 1,594
New Highs 145 New Highs 36 New Highs 173
New Lows 400 New Lows 97 New Lows 274
Total issues 3,561 Total issues 1,147 Total issues 3,327
Unchanged 82 Unchanged 48 Unchanged 96
Volume 12,453,809,770 Volume 1,726,405,879 Volume 8,819,919,983


STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST
Wkly Wkly YTD
Name Ex Div Last Chg %Chg %Chg Name Ex Div
AT&T NY .95 19.73 +.72 +3.8 +3.5 Intel Nasd .32
Alitel NY 1.54, 61.44 +.67 +1.1 +4.6 JDS UniphNasd
AppleCs Nasd 54.47 -1.19 -2.1 +69.2 JeffPilot NY 1.67
AutoZone NY 79.73 +1.33 +1.7 -12.7 LowesCos NY .24
BkofAm NY 2.00 43.98 +1.72 +4.1 -6.4 Lucent NY
BellSouth NY 1.16 25.94 +.63 +2.5 -6.7 McDnlds NY .67
BobEvn Nasd .48 21.90 -.36 -1.6 -16.2 Microsoft Nasd .32
CNBFnPA Nasd .56 14.20 +.13 +0.9 -7.0 Nasd100TrNasd .41
CSX NY .52 44.59 +1.38 +3.2 +11.3 NY Times NY .66
ChmpE NY 13.73 +.16 +1.2 +16.2 NobltyH Nasd .20
Chevron NY 1.80 57.38 +1.08 +1.9 +9.3 Novavax Nasd
Cisco Nasd 17.14 +.11 +0.6 -11.3 OcciPet NY 1.44
CocaCI NY 1.12 42.83 +.90 +2.1 +2.9 Oracle Nasd
ColBgp NY .61 23.97 +1.04 +4.5 +12.9 Penney NY .50
Delhaize NY 1.13 57.60 -.93 -1.6 -24.1 PepsiCo NY 1.04
DollarG NY .18 19.07 -.34 -1.8 -8.2 Pfizer NY .76
ExxonMbI NY 1.16 56.31 +.94 +1.7 +9.9 Potash NY .60
FPLGps NY 1.42 42.95 +.43 +1.0 +14.9 Qualcom Nasd .36
FamDIr NY .38 21.51 -.45 -2.0 -31.1 Ryder NY .64
Flextrn Nasd .. 9,60 -2.20 -18.6 -30.5 SearsHIdgsNasd ...
FordM NY .40 8.02 -.13 -1.6 -45.2 SiriusS Nasd
GenElec NY .88 34.05 +.32 +0.9 -6.7 SouthnCo NY 1.49
GaPacif NY .70 32.47 +1.09 +3.5 -13.4 SPDR' Amex 2.39
GdyFam Nasd .12 9.48 +.66 +7.5 +3.7 SPEngy Amex .57
HCA Inc NY .60 47.52 -1.43 -2.9 +18.9 SunMicro Nasd
HomeDp NY .40 40.52 +.87 +2.2 -5.2 Texinst NY .12
;.-il..,, ,m,-< 04 11.96 +.31 +2.7 +9.5 TimeWarn NY .20
i ... 84 63.06 +.04 +0.1 -2.6 WalMart NY .60


Weekly Dow Jones


Wkly Wkly YTD
Last Chg %Chg %Chg
23.33 +.18 +0.8 -.3
2.07 +.01 +0.5 -34.7
54.05 +.93 +1.8 +4.0
59.82 -1.40 -2.3 +3.9
2.79 -.29 -9.4 -25.8
32.29 -.19 -0.6 +.7
25.53 +.75 +3.0 -4.5
38.32 -.23 -0.6 -4.0
27.28 +.19 +0.7 -33.1
26.14 -.36 -1.4 +11.3
3.59 -.14 -3.8 +10.1
76.90 +5.76 +8.1 +31.8
12.71 +.45 +3.7 -7.4
49.01 -1.01 -2.0 +18.4
58.83 +1.24 +2.2 +12.7
21.50 +.25 +1.2 -20.0
76.10 -9.80 -11.4 -8.4
41.07 -3.93 -8.7 -3.1
38.26 +5.24 +15.9 -19.9
117.45 -4.29 -3.5 +18.7
6.02 +,07 +1.2 -21.0
34.36 +.52 +1.5 +2.5
119.80 +1.67 +1.4 .-.9
48.27 +2.25 +4.9 +32.9
3.88 -.01 -0.3 -28.0
28.00 -2.49 -8.2 +13.7
17.75 +.52 +3.0 -8.7
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Money Rates Currencies

Last Pvs Week Last Pvs Day
i, n--ptR 675 R 6 75 AAustralia 1.3335 1.3198


Britain 1.7740 1.7843
Canada 1.1781 1.1694


Euro .8293 .8235
Japan 115.61 115.31
Mexico 10.8290 10.9080
Switzerind 1.2813 1.2732
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All oth-
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Dow Jones

industrials

For the week ending
Friday, October 28


+187.55

10,402.77

Record high: 11,722.98
Jan. 14, 2000


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MUTUAL FUNDS
Total Assets Total Return/Rank Pct Min Init
Name Obj ($Mlns) NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt


Vanguard Idx Fds: 500 n SP
American Funds A: GwthFdA p XG
American Funds A: InvCoAA p LV
American Funds A: WshMutA p LV
Fidelity Invest: Contra n XG
PIMCO Instl PIMS: TotRet n IB
Fidelity Invest: Magellan n LC
I odge&Cox: Stock XV
,merican Funds A: IncaFdA p MP
'merican Funds A: CaplnBIdA p MP
-merican Funds A: EupacA p IL
vanguard InstI Fds: Instldx n SP
'merican Funds A: CapWGrA p GL
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iiuiiCii, Fund- A. I J .. ei,-, p GL
American Funds A: BalA p BL
Fidelity Invest: Groinc LC
Fidelity Invest: Diverlntl n IL
Vanguard Fds: Wndsll n LV
Vanguard Idx Fds: TotStkn XC
Vanguard Fds: Welltn n BL
Fidelity Invest: EqutInc n El
Fidelity Invest: GroCo n XG
Fidelity Invest: Puritan BL
Dodge&Cox: Balanced n BL
American Funds A: FundlnvA p LV


70,892
68,625
66,254
62,809
55,682
52,970
52,491
49,915
48,141
42,503
41,920
39,362
37,631
37,195
35,566
35,341
32,396
31,288
30,283
29,231
28,958
26,446
25,992.
25,668
24,077
23,381
23,370


110.51
28.97
30.95
'30.26
61.70
10.52
103.61
132.23
18.08
52.23
38.74
109.61
35.38
38.99
110.52
28.56
17.72
36.46
30.43
31.39
28.69
30.51
51.75
58.20
18.26
79.69
33.39


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+6.0/E
+17.6/A
+2.0/A
+6.9/D
+14.0/A
+6.6/C
+8.6/B
+19.4/B
+8.2/A
+16.5/B
+13.2/C
+8.2/A
+12.4/C
+4,9/D
+6.4/D
+17.9/B
+12.8/A
+9.6/C
+9.2/A
+8.6/D
+13.4/B
+6.4/C
+9.3/A
+13.3/A


-6.3/A
+3.1/A
+18.8/C
+28.8/B
+24.5/A
+41.3/A
-13.4/C
+80.8/A
+53.7/A
+62.6/A
+27.4/B
-5.7/A
+61.3/A
+124.4/A
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+24.3/B
+47.6/A
-5.5/B
+46.5/A
+37.7/A
-0.4/C
+44.5/A
+19.7/D
-25.9/C
+26.9/A
+70.0/A
+18.0/C


NL 3,000
5.75 250
5.75 250
5.75 250
NL 2,500
NL 5,000,000
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
5.75 250
5.75 250
5.75 250
NL 5,000,000
5.75 250
NL 2,500
NL 100,000
5.75 250
5.75 250
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
NL 3,000
NL 3,000
NL 3,000
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
5.75 250


BL -Balanced, El -Equity Income, GL -Global Stock, HB -HealthfBiotech, IB -Intermediate Bond, IL -Intemational Stock, LC -Large-Cap Core, LG
-Large-Cap Growth, .' i. i :i .i i u1 Bond Blend, MT -Mortgage, SP -S&P 500, SS -Single-State Muni, XG -Multi-Cap Growth.
Total Return: Chng in NAv wail civinuuos eiiv eCed. Rank: How fund performed vs. others with same objective: A is in top 20%, E in bottom
20%. Min Init Invt: Minimum $ needed to invest in fund. NA= Not avail. NE = Data in question. NS = Fund not in existence. Source: Lipper, Inc.


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MRR ... ... +.37 +17.6 12.88
AT&T .95 4.8 8 +.72 +3.5 19.73
kU Optron .38 3.2 ... +.51 -8.8 11.98
ibtLab 1.10 2.6 20 ... -8.4 42.75
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,MP ... +.47 +1.4 22.32
Wetna s .04 18 +.85 +41.3 88.12
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,irTran ... ... .. +.51 +34.6 14.40
Albertsn .76 3.0 18 +1.12 +5:4 25.18
Alcoa .60 2.5 17 +.67 -23.6 24.02
AlliData ... ... 24 -2.17 -26.9 34.73
,ldWaste ... .. 23 +.11 -14.3 7.95
,llstate 1.28 2.4 20 -.51 +1.9 52.69
ltria 3.20 4.3 15 +2.14 +22.9 75.11
Amdocs ... ... 20 +.10 -.6 26.08
nmHess 1.20 1.0 13 +6.62 +49.2 122.91
WiMovilLs .10 .4 ... +2.65 +47.3 25.70
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,mExp .48' 1.0 16 +2.39 +.4 49.54
mlIntGp If .60 .9 14 +1.38 -2.1 64.30
*mStand .60 1.6 20 -.66 -10.3 37.08
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Nmericdt .... ... 13 -1.17 -9.3 22.18
Smeriprs n .44 1.2 ... +3.10 +4.2 37.108
,nadrk .72 .8 12 +4.45 +39.9 90.69
knalogDev .24 .7 28 -.66 -6.3 34.61
Nnheusr 1.08 2.7 16 -1.59 -20.0 40.57
,nnaly 1.44 12.5 7 -.32 -41.4 11.49
konCorp .60 1;8 16 +1.26 +42.0 33.87
Apache .40 .6 9, +2.94 +24.5 62.97
,ApplBio .17 .7 19 +1.09 +14.7 23.99
ArchCoal .32 .4 ... +5.29 +115.8 76.70
,rchDan .34 1.4 15 +.52 +8.9 24.30
AutoData .62 1.3 26 +4.15 +5.6 46.84
Avaya ... 6 -.59 -35.5 11.10
Avon .66 2.4 14 +1.16 -28.2 27.79
3B&TCp 1.52 3.6 14 +1.61 +.9 42.41
3J Svcs s .20 .6 28 +2.42 +48.3 34.51
3akrHu .52 .9 26 +3.20 +29.1 55.10
3kofAm 2.00 4.5 11 +1.72 -6.4 43.98
3kNY .84' 2.7 16 +1.10 -7.4 30.94
3arrickG .22 .8 39 +.80 +12.3 27.20
3axter .58 1.5 32 +.85 +12.8 38.96
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BUSINESS iS Are 1 k mA onig n" "

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Moses named to
Leaders Council
Philip J. Moses, Jr., a
Financial Advisor in the
Raymond James Financial
Services, Inc. office at First
Federal Savings Bank of
Florida, 798 SW Main Blvd.,
has been
named to
the firm's
2006

Leaders Council honors are
Council in
recognition
of superior Moses
guidance
and service to the investing
public and exemplary
professional growth
Leaders Council honors are
presented only to those
financial advisors and
program managers who have
demonstrated an unparalleled
commitment to personal
service and professional
integrity to Membershipse fundsin the
Leaders Council is especially
significant, as it is reserved
for a select few.
Philip J. Moses, Jr., who
joined Raymond James in
1997, has more than 33 years
of financial and investment
experience.

FFSB challenges
community to help
First Federal Savings Bank
has challenged the


evacuees.
First Federal agreed to
match contribution funds up
to $10,000. This generous
dbe nation has been made to
the United Way of Suwannee
Valley to support evacuees
who are now living in our
local communities.
First Federal President and
CEO, Keith Leibfried stated,
"Many hurricane evacuees
have settled tin ournited Way of
communities, enrolling
childreninschools,uando Avenue,
be 102, hgLake City, FL 32055the

provided to hurricane evac-
uees through American Red
Cross FEMA, as well as other
state and federal programs are
important; however, there are
many needs that fall beyondes, a
the scope of these programs.",
Cotalntributions to the First
Federal hurricane evacuee
matching fund may be
directed to United Way of
Suwannee Valley located ath.a
325 NE Hernando Avenue,
Suite 102, Lake City, FL 32055
orto any First Federal branch
location.

Mercantile Bank
heps vlyctims
Suzanned M. Norris,
president of Mercantile Bank,
announced that through Floridathe
support and generosity/of
Mercantile Bank employees, a
total contribution of
$62,838.83 has been donated
to the Hurricane Katrina
Relief Fund.
Mercantile Bank employeeA
contributed a total of
$37,838.83, combined withda







Dcorporate match of Transportation.$25,000.
AlongThe award covith the ash
montribhs of Julytions, MercAugust antile
Bank employees is havery been
knowledgeable in supporting all aspectshe
of hUnited Way of Suwannee
in complainsting diwhen askplaced to families






complaining when asked to do


additional duties. She is
always courteous and helpful
when dealing with the public
or other co-workers. She is a
valuable asset to Lake City;
Maintenance and the FDOT,"
said maintenance engineer
Marty Humphries in a press
release.
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of the Suwannee Music Park,
and tours of downtown Lake
City and Olustee Battlefield.
Campbell also provided his-
torical information about
Columbia County and Lake
City.
"I went to an event called
Travel Media Showcase and
Harvey Campbell invited me
on this trip," said Mark
Bradley, a freelance writer for
the Independent Newspapers
of Illinois. "Many of my read-
ers vacation in Florida and
near the Gulf of Mexico. They
come for the beaches, but
don't know what is just a few
hours away from them."
Bradley said that many peo-
ple don't know of places like
Olustee Battlefield, but it has
one of the largest civil war
reenactments in the country.
"Columbia County is an
interesting location," Bradley
said. "It's a place where many
readers may be interested in
and'want to visit. It's a hidden
gem."
Alan Macher, a freelancer
out of Ocala, said that many
people are interested in learn-
ing about "natural Florida."
"Many people think that
going to the beach or Disney


The Writers


Journalists on the Suwannee River Wilderness
Trail Press Trip:
* Colleen Friesen, Sechelt, British Columbia;
Freelance writer.
* David Wilkening, Orlando: Freelance writer.
* Craig Guillot, New Orleans, Louisiana: Freelance
writer.
* Erin Marvin, Sarasota; Senior Editor for Miles
Media Group.
* Bruce Leonard, Los Angeles, California; Writers for
National Parks and Trailer Life Magazines.
* Alan Macher. Ocala; Freelance writer.
* Dan Cook, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Outdoors
Editor for Chattanooga Times and Free Press
* Mark Bradley, Maeys Town, Illinois;Writer for
Independent Newspapers for Illinois.
* Jeffrey Day, Columbia, South Carolina; Outdoors
Writer for The State Newspaper.
* Sharon Kennedy Wynne, St. Petersburg: Reporter
for TampaBay.com.
* Kathryn Staach. McKinney.Texas: Freelance writer
for Dallas Morning News.


World means that they've
went to Florida," Macher said.
"But that isn't Florida."
People want to know about
parts of Florida that they're
not familiar with, Macher said.


"Readers like to learn about
the history of locations like
Olustee," Macher said.
"Historic perspectives and nat-
ural Florida are what readers
want to read."


CHAMBER: How it works
Continued From Page 1D


I would like to give a little
information on what these
individuals do to make our
community, a better place to
live.
Bruce Naylor, president of
Columbia County Bank, is
serving as President of the
Chamber for 2005. He has
worked hard to identify com-
munity issues that can make a
difference on how we prepare
for the future. Bruce has been
very active in working on the
Wastewater Committee that
was appointed by the City
Council. He has also taken a
leadership role in promoting
training and education as
being necessary tools that will
improve our local workforce
for the years to come.
Dr. Charles Hall, president
of Lake City Community
College, will be the Chamber
President in 2006. Dr. Hall has
worked diligently to insure
that the college is a partner in
community and economic
,development. Chuck has
taken a lead in making sure
that the college is available to
promote economic develop-
ment and improved quality of
life not only in Lake City and
Columbia County, but also in
the other counties served by
the college.
Keith Brown, senior vice
president of S & S Food
Stores, is serving as the
Chamber Treasurer this year
and will be the President Elect
in 2006 and, Chamber
President in 2007; Keith
brings more than 30 years of
retail and business experience
to the board. He is good at
working behind the scene to
make sure that we are moving
forward as a Chamber and as
a community.
Georgia Jones, vice presi-
dent of First Federal Savings
Bank of Florida, will serve as
the Chamber Treasurer in
2006. She is also a member of
the Suwannee River Water
Management Board. Georgia
provides assistance in 'insur-
ing that the Chamber and the
Water Management Board are.
looking at issues that will
bring about positive impact for
our community.
Lee Ann Hires, owner of
Dive Rite along with her hus-
band Lamar, works on the
water quality board represent-
ing our Chamber. Lee Ann
also promotes Lake City to her
industry as a great place to
host regional and state meet-
ings. In addition to her present
business, Lee Ann also owned
and operated a successful
downtown business in Lake
City.
Stephen Douglas, Mini
Storage and Record Storage,
is a bright young man that not
only is a successful local busi-
nessman but also proves that
you can grow up here, leave
for an education and then
return to manage your own
business. He brings to the
table the perspective of a small
business owner.
Fred Lawson, retired cor-
rections warden, has chaired
our government relations
committee. Fred and his com-
mittee are responsible for the
candidate forums, legislative
day and other government
related items. Fred is present-
ly serving on the committee
looking at a new jail for


Columbia County.
Wes Small, Apex Lending,
chairs our marketing commit-
tee. His group has worked to
find better ways for our mem-
bership to benefit from the
chamber and also ways for the
Chamber to improve our com-
munication efforts. Wes' com-
mittee also works on our Small
Business of the Year program.
Bruce Drawdy, Drawdy
Insurance, has been very
active during his tenure on the
board. He has chaired our
Community Enhancement
. Committee. His committee is
responsible for our
Information Friday programs
and quarterly luncheons.
Dan Gherna, Lake City
Board of Realtors, provides us
with a key tie to the real estate
profession. As we work on
new industry or new resi-
dents, he provides us with
important information that can
be provided to these potential
new comers to our communi-
ty. Dan has been part of the
program presented by the
Chamber on "See How We
Have Grown."
Bruce Robinson, Robinson,
Kennon & Kendron Law Firm,
brings experience as a former
board member and also as a
former Chamber President to
the Board. He has provided
some good history for the
present board. Bruce- also has
reviewed and reworked our
by-laws for the board to
consider.
Chris Bullard, Bullard
Properties, brings a lot of
experience to the board 'on
development. Chris is an asset
at providing information to be
used in economic develop-
ment efforts by the Chamber.
John Burley, Mercantile
Bank, is a member of the mar-
keting committee. We will be
losing John but he will not be
far away working in Live Oak.
John Kasak, State Farm
Insurance, has taken the lead
on Lake City Leadership. The
Chamber is offering this pro-
gram for the second straight
year. John's committee
believes that we have grown to
the point to where the pro-
gram can be offered yearly.
Brad Wheeler, Gateway
Forest Lawn Funeral Home, is
serving for a second time on
the chamber board. Brad pro-
vides good common sense and
he makes himself available to
assist with Chamber projects.
The Chamber could not
accomplish our projects with-
out these board members. In
addition, many more of our
members serve on the com-
mittee and as members of our
Ambassador Program. I just
thought it was important to
point out some of the people
working to make a difference
in our community.
The Chamber is pleased to
welcome the following new
members: Circle R Land
Company, Inc.; Columbia
County Computers; Joshua
Tree Photography; Lake City
Seminole Boosters, Inc.;
David Rountree; Wayne's
Carpet Plus; H. Ray Walker;
Attorney Stephen Witt.
For information about the
Chamber, you may visit us in
person at 162 S. Marion Ave.,
call us at 752-3690 or you can
visit our Web site at
www. lakecitychamber com.


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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,
December 13, 2005, at 7:00 p.m., at 372
W. Duval Street, Lake City, Florida, on
proposed amendments to rules, regula-
tions and procedures for the operation of
the Columbia County School System.
The public is ihivifed to attend. Action is
anticipated aftthisI..:.I. .r.. "'. '" :
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: 2005-2006 Student Progression
Plan
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: Amending
page 25 regarding credit awarded for du-
.al enrollment classes all other ap-
proved dual enrollment classes (other
than level 1000 and 2000 core subject
areas) will receive weight equal to hon-
ors classes.
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY:
001.41, 1001.42; Florida Statutes
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 Office of
the Superintendent at the above listed


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CONCRETE SERVICES LLC
CALL 386-288-6755


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


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address.
DATED THIS 26th DAY OF October,
2005.
SCHOOL BOARD OF COLUMBIA
COUNTY
BY ATTEST.
Grady D. Markham
Superintendent
Steve Nelson
Chairman
04500014
October;30, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COLUMBIA
COUNTY
CASE NO. 05-234-CA
BANK OF AMERICA, NA, SUC-
CESSOR BY
MERGER WITH NATIONS BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
HARRY S. STALNAKER et.al.
Defendants.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated 10-14-2005, and en-
tered in Case No. 05-234-CA, of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in
and for Columbia County, Florida,
wherein BANK OF AMERICA, NA,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH
NATIONSBANK, NA, is a Plaintiff and


Home Maintenance

HOME REPAIRS
Yard Work, Electrical, Plumbing,
Roofs, Painting & Much More.
Call 386-884-0004

Lawn & Landscape Service

Custom Cuts Lawn & Landscape.
Customized lawn care, sod, trim-
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TIME TO MULCH
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Services

01555711
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Boats, RV's & Trucks.
$1.00 per ft.
Call 386-365-3865
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Pick up of unwanted metals,
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drywall services

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Interior & Exterior Painting.
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HARRY S. STALNAKER, IF LIVING, GAFLR54B76000HS. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN P.DEWITT CASON TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL ZONING
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES, As Clerk of the Court ATLAS OF THE COLUMBIA COUN-
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, IMPORTANT TY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGU-
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL. In accordance, with the Americans with LATIONS BY THE PLANNING AND
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN- Disabilities Act, persons needing a rea- ZONING BOARD OF COLUMBIA
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR sonable accommodation to participate in COUNTY, FLORIDA, SERVING AL-
AGAINST. HARRY S. STALNAKER; this proceeding should, no later than sev- SO AS THE LOCAL PLANNING
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF HARRY S. en (7) days prior, contact the Clerk of AGENCY OF COLUMBIA COUNTY,
STALNAKER; DONNA LOUISE the Court's disability coordinator at FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
OWEN, IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD, 904-958-2163, PO BOX 1569, LAKE EN that,, pursuant to Sections 163.3161
THE!, UNKNOWN" SPOUSE, ..,HEIRS, CITY FL, 32956. If hearing impaired,, through 163 3215 Floritla Statutes, and
DEVISEES GIh NEES ASSIGN- ....ni..: i iTDD, ., Fl,.rda. Relav System. Orn.Jmancjz N... '-.1, as amended, com-
EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS TRUST-' Pubi.rh: Lake Cit) Reporter 'ments. obiection_ and recommendations
'EES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES I nSubmitted by: ~i ', I., conceitning ithelfollowingi deeribed.;pro,
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A. posed amendment to the Official Zoning
THROUGH, UNDER OF AGAINST Attorneys for Plaintiff Atlas of the Columbia County Land De-
DONNA LOUISE OWEN; UNKNOWN 951 N.E. 167th Street,Suite 204 velopment Regulations, hereinafter re-
SPOUSE OF DONNA LOUISE OWEN; North Miami Beach, Flo-ida 33162 ferred to as the Land Development Reg-
UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN Telephone:(305) 770-4100 ulations, will be heard by the Planning
TENANT 2 are the Defendants. I will Fax:(305) 653-2063 and Zoning Board of Columbia County,
sell to the highest and best bidder for Florida, serving also as the Local Plan-
cash at 11:00 A.M. on December 14, 01556096 ning Agency of Columbia County, Flori-
2005, the following described property October 23, 30, 2005 da, at a public hearing on November 10,
as set forth in said Final Judgment, to 2005 at 7:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter
wit: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING as the matter can be heard, in the School
ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND SIT- CONCERNING AMENDMENTS TO Board Administrative Complex, located
UATE, LYING AND BEING IN CO- THE COLUMBIA COUNTY COM- at 372 West Duval Street, Lake City,
LUMBIACOUNTY, PREHENSIVE PLAN BY THE PLAN- Florida. (1) Z 0425, an application by
STATE OF FLORIDA VIZ: LOT 3 NING AND ZONING BOARD OF CO- Chad Williams, acting as agent for Barry
FRY 'ACRES, A SUBDIVISION AC- LUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, Joye, to amend the Official Zoning Atlas
CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF SERVING ALSO AS THE LOCAL of the Land Development Regulations
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PA- PLANNING AGENCY OF COLUM- by changing the zoning district from
GES 131, PUBLIC RECORDS OF CO- BIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY
LUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA. HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Sec- (RSF-2) and RURAL
TOGETHER WITH A 1995 tions 163.3161 through 163.3215, Flori- RESIDENTIAL(RR) to PLANNED
FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDE da Statutes, and Ordinance No. 98-1, as RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
MOBILE HOME I.D. amended, comments, objections and rec- (PRD) in accordance with an application
#GAFLR54A76000HS AND ommendatiohs concerning the following dated September 28, 2005, for property
described proposed amendment to the described, as follows:
Future land Use Map of, the Columbia A parcel of land lying within Section 33,
County Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter Township 3 South, Range 16 East, and
referred to as the Comprehensive Plan, Section 4, Township 4 South, Range 16
R will be heard by the Planning and Zon- East, Columbia .County, Florida. Being
ing Board of Columbia County, Florida, more particularly described, as follows:
serving also as the Local Planning Agen- Commence at the Northeast comer, of
'cy of Columbia County, Florida, at a Section 4, Township 4 South, Range 16
public hearing on November 10, 2005 at East, Columbia County, Florida and run
7:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the North 89036'03" West along. the North
matter can be heard, in the School Board line of said Section 4 a distance of 74.82
Administrative Complex, located at 372 feet to a point on the Westerly Right-of-
West Duval Street, Lake City, Florida. Way line of Pinemount Road (County
Pressure Cleaning CPA 0136, an application by Donald Road 252); thence South 0715'01" West
Williams, as agent for Umesh Mhatre, to along said Westerly Right-of-Way line
EARL'S PUREamend the Future Land Use Plan Map of of Pinemount Road (County Road 252) a
EARL'S PURE the Comprehensive Plan by changing the distance of 64.97'feet to the Point of Be-
Pressure Washing & Painting. future land use classification from RESI- ginning; thence continue South
Free Estimates Earl Goff DENTIAL, VERY LOW DENSITY 07015'01" West still along said Westerly
386-935-3230 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit per Right-of-Way line of Pinemount Road
acre) to RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSI- (County Road 252) a distance 9f 241.92
TY (less than or equal to 2 dwelling feet to the point of curve of a curve con-
Land Services units per acre) for property described, as cave to the Northwest having a radius of
follows: 1,105.92 feet and a central angle of
SBulldozer Work! Tractor A parcel of land lying within Section 23, 3947'01"; thence Southwesterly along
Bulldozer Wok! reactor Township. 4 South, Range 16 East, Co- the arc of said curve, being still said
work, root raking, bush hogging, lumbia County, Florida. Being more par- Westerly Right-of-Way line of Pine-
seeding, sodding, disking, site prep ticularly described, as follows: The West mount Road (County Road 252), a dis-
& landscape work. Custom Lawn 1/2 of the North 1/2 of the South 1/2 of' tance of 767.90 feet; thence North
care. Irrigation Repair & the South 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of. 61029'29" West 501.58 feet; thence
Installation. Free Estimate! said Section 23. Containing 10.00 acres, North 89036'03" West 1,776.11 feet to a
Call 755-3890 or (386) 623-3200 more or less. The public hearing may be point on the West line of the Northeast
continued to one or more future dates. 1/4 of Section 4; thence North
BUSH HOG Mowing Services Any interested party shall be advised 00011'13" West along said West line of
Lake City & Lake Butler area. New that the date, time and place of any con- the Northeast 1/4 of Section 4 a distance
John Deere Tractor. 50 mile Lake tinuation of the public hearing shall, be of 740.48 feet to the Northwest homer of
City radius. Call 386-755-21065 announced during the public hearing and the Northeast 1/4 of Section 4, being al-
that no further notice concerning the so the Southwest comer of the Southeast
matter will be published, unless said 1/4 of Section 33, Township 3 South,
Tree Service continuation hearing date exceeds six Range 16 East, Columbia County, Flori-
calendar weeks from the date of the da; thence South 8936'03" East along
above referenced public hearing., the South line of said Section 33 a dis-
Hazardous TREE TRIMMING, At the aforementioned public hearing, all tance of 132.00 feet; thence North
removal & stump grinding. Senior interested parties may appear to be heard 07018'13" East a distance of 1,304.46
discount. 15 years experience. with respect to the proposed amendment. feet to a point on the North line of the
386-590-7798 or 386-963-3360 A copy of the proposed amendment is South 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section
available for public inspection at the Of- 33; thence North 8959'44" East along
fice of the County Planner, Building and said North line of the South 1/2 of the
Banikruptcy/Divorce Zoning Department, County Administra- Southeast 1/4 of Section 33 a distance of
tive Offices, located at 135 Northeast 1,199.11 feet; thence South 89038'39"
#1 IN BUSINESS SERVICES Hernando Avenue, Lake City, Florida, or East along said North line of the South
phone 758-1008 during regular business 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 33 a
Divorce, Bankruptcy, Resumes hours. distance of 93.11 feet; thence South
RE Closings, Legal Forms 00002'46" West a distance of 702.78
248 N Marion Av. 755-8717 01556220 feet; thence South 89057'14" East a dis-
Low Cost We prepare papers for October 30, 2005 tance of 1,078.98 feet to a point on the
Low Cost We prepare papers for Westerly Right-of-Way line of Pine'
Bankruptcy Debt Relief. Divorce mount Road (County Road 252;: thence
$85+ Non-Att. Best locally 12+ yrs. To place your South 07015!30" West along said West-
Call Paula 386-454-2378. early Right-of-Way line of Pinemount
classified ad call Road (County Road 252) a distance of
m n 406.76 feet; thence North 8934'19"'
C Cla s fed '/6 5 .0 *West a distance of 240.00 feet; thence
C na Lined 7 51 | 205.12 feet, to a point on the South line
id O n Line 11 i of Section 33, being also the North line
r'e''r'"'... of Section 4, Township 4 South, Range
reporter.com 16 East, Columbia County, Florida;


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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


Buddys Home Furnishings
is now taking applications for
Office/Account Manager.
Apply at the Lake City location
on Hwy 90 or online at
www.buddvrents.com
DFWP/EOE.


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thence continue South 0713'13' West a
distance of 64.92 feet; thence South
89035'26" East a distance of 249.96 feet
to the Point of Beginning. Containing
98.79 acres, more or less. (2) Z 0426, an
application by Chad Williams, acting as
agent for Barry Joye; to amend the Offi-
cial Zoning Atlas of the Land Develop-
ment Regulations by changing the zon-
ing district from AGRICULTURE-3 (A-
3) to PLANNED RURAL RESIDEN-
TIAL DEVELOPMENT (PRRD) in ac-
cordance with an application dated Sep-
tember 28, 2005, for property described,
as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section 23,
Township 3 South, Range 15 East, Co-
lumbia County, Florida. Being more par-
ticularly described, as follows: Com-
mence at the Southwest comer of the
Northwest 1/4 of Section 23, Township
3 South, Range 15 East, Columbia
County, Florida and run North
0222'51"East along the West line of
said Northwest 1/4, being also the Coun-
ty Line between Columbia and Suwan-
nee Counties a distance of 1,719.90
feet; thence South 88031'08" East paral-
lel to the South line of said Northwest
1/4 a distance of 2,608.16 feet to a point
on the East line of said Northwest 1/4;
thence South 02007'45"West along said
East line 1719.80 feet to the Southeast
comer of said Northwest 1/4; thence
North 8831'08"West along the South
line of said Northwest 1/4, being also the
North line of the North 1/2 of the South-
west 1/4 a distance of 653.94 feet;
thence North 02011'29"West 4.25 feet;
thence North 88034'38" West 653.94
feet; thence South02015'17"West 3.58
feet to the Northwest comer of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4;
thence continue South 02015'17"West
along-the West line of said Northeast 1/,4
of the Southwest. 1/4 a distance of
862.91 feet; thence Southence South 3SEat
300.03 feet; thence South
0215'17"West 467.17 feet to a point on
the South line of the North- 1/2 of the
Southwest 1/4; thence North
88034'37"West along said South line
1,570.85 feet; 'thence North
02022'51"East along a line 40.00 feet
East of and parallel to the West line of
said North 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4, be-
ing also the Easterly line of a private
road a distance of 1,329.95 feet to a
point on, he North line of said North 1/2
of the Southwest 1/4; thence: North.
8831'08"West along said North line
.40.00 feet to the Point, of Beginning.
Containing 145.00 acres, more or less.
The public hearings may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be.advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearings shall be announced during
the public hearinfigs and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be pub-
lished. unless said continuation hearing
date exceeds six calendar weeks from
the date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At ihe iaforemeniior.md public hearings,
all ,nteresied parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the proposed zon-
ing amendment
A cop- of the proposed zoning amend-
ments are available for public inspection
at the Building and Zoning Department
Office, County Administrative Offices,
located at 135 Northeast Hemando Ave-
nue, Lake City, Florida, or phone (386)
758-1007 during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearings, they
will need, a record, of;the proceeding,
-and that, for .such,, purpose, they may
need wo ensure that a erb'atim re ord of
the proceedings is made, a hit'h record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
01556252
October 30, 2005'


020 Lost & Found
Found: Chocolate Lab. Call
Animal Shelter. 386-752-4702

LOST DOG: German Short-Haired
Pointer, family dog. Last seen on
Branford Hwy; Please call
386-755-2700 or 386-365-1967
(cell) with information.
Reward offered.
Lost: Yorkie. A lady in a white
Cherokee picked my dog up. She
needs medication,.plait call, as
this my companion. 386-961-9592

030 Personals
Lonely Widow seeks Penpal for
longlasting friendship and possibly
m ore. Please forward letters to:
Box 01058, C/O
The Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box
: 1709, Lake City, FL, 32056

960 Services

Country Living & 24 hour care at
senior living home. Private rooms &
meals incl. Alheizmers welcome.
SDr. trans. avail. 386-397-2920

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: -
PrestigeHomes09(a yahoo.com


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100 Job
100 'Opportunities

01556(i85
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Want steady work w/stable
Company. Good equipment
w/ good wages & a full benefits
Pkg. Home daily, off weekends.
CDL-A req'd. F/T
Call Columbia Grain
386-755-7700

01556187
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STAY IN THE
"SWEET PART"
OF THE SOUTH
,- Top pay-up to .40 cpm w/5 yrs
Guaranteed Hometime
Health & Disability Ins. Avail.
*.-Life & Dental Ins. Provided
4;-401K available
r Safety Bonus
Call .800-874-4270 # 6
Highway 301 South, Starke, FL.
www.davis-express.com

01556205




Accounts Payable Clerk
Responsibilities include but are
not limited to:
t Review of payable involves
for accuracy
Matching involves to purchase
orders
Communication with vendors
as necessary
Coding payable invoices with
correct general ledger codes
to ensure proper entry
into computer system
-" Entering batches of coded
invoices into computer
SProcessing computerized
checks
General offices duties such
as filing, etc.
Successful candidates will have
2+ years of Accounts Payable
experience, strong Microsoft
Excel skills, accurate data
entry skills and excellent
communication skills. Please
forward resume to:
Anderson Columbia Co., Inc.,
P.O. Box 1829, Lake City, FL
32056, Attn: John Godbold -
EOE/DFWP

015562(5




HAVEN
OF THE SUWANNEE VALLEY
Medical Sales
Representative
We are seeking a high-energy
sales professional w/previous
"hospice, home health, or medical
sales experience, to travel
throughout the Lake City medical
community. A Bachelor's degree
in related field with minimum of
five years experience required.
Excellent benefits package for
this NON-COMMISSION sales
position!. Please email resume to:
emplovment(@hospicecares.org,
or fax to: 352-379-6206
All applicants MUST include
preferred position, shift, and
location to be considered!
Applicants considered must
successfully complete our
comprehensive background,
driver's & drug screen check.
EOE/DFWP

01556269
Industrial Warehouse
Shipping/Receiving. Computer &
Forklift exp. required.
Mon-Fri 8 am to 6 pm.
Apply in person at QIA, across
from Lake City Airport
.3631 U.S. 90 East. Drug Free.
Salary based on experience.

03528342
'Full-Time
Secretary/Receptionist.
Must be self-motivated and
disciplined, multi-tasking,
produce a valid Florida
driver's license and pass a
pre-employment drug and
background test. Knowledge of
Judicial System is a plus. Salary
will be based on experience. Send
reply to Box 03098, C/O
The Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box
1709, Lake City, FL, 32056


DRIVERS




ARROW

BRINGING IT HOME!
Benefits Money & Miles
OTR Flatbed
$2000 Sign-On Bonus
Entry Level Training


Lease/Purchase Available
Owner Operators Welcome

888-277-6937
www.arrowtrucking.com


ioo Job
Opportunities
01556270.
Finance Manager
Westfield Group seeking financial
manager to oversee multi
business operations. Duties
include management of
accounting records, including
tenant receivables and
account payable, real estate lease
administration and overseeing
property maintenance.
Accounting degree preferred.
Knowledge of Quickbooks &
Microsoft Office required.
Applicant should have
excellent public relation skills
and ability to rmulti-task. Salary
based on experience and/or -
education. Send resume to P.O.
Box 3566, Lake City, FL., 32056

03528172
DIETARY TECHNICIAN
NEEDED
Must have DEGREE in
Nutrition Therapy or related field
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


03528353
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.
www.travelcountryrv.com

03528411
** Carpenters **
Exp. Required
Tools & Trans. a must.
TOP PAY FOR QUALIFIED
APPLICANTS
Paid employee health, dental,
life ins. Paid vacation,
Free uniforms, Education asst,
Career advancement
Year round employment
Live Where you Work
EOE, DFWP
220 N. Main St.
,, .352-375-2152 x328 ,.,
;.. -, : em ail: '*'ji:,1 2.
dvince@teamparadigm.com
.ww.w.teamparadigincom ....

03528487
WANTEDi Experienced
Receptionist/Assistant needed
for a Professional Company.
Applicant must fulfill a
multi-tasked position of
Receptionist, Secretary and
Assistant to Management.
The candidate for this position
will hold very good people,
telephone, and computer skills,
and overall professional etiquette.
Pay according to skills and
ability. Interested qualified
candidates need to reply to:
Receptionist/Assistant, at P.O.
Box 3566, Lake City, FL 32056.

03528522
Pool Construction Position
Growing company with
full-time position available.
Full benefits/competitive salary.
Only the following should apply.
2 yrs. Previous experience in
swimming pool construction
Leadership and self-motivation
skills a must
Positive references within
construction field'
Valid Driver's License/Reliable
Transportation
Call 386-755-2848














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


Driver

DOI1'T SETTLE

for less
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*Refrigerated Division Opportunities
Teams and Solos Call 866-826-7061-
*Team Expedite
Coast to Coast Ceall 866-391-0141
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888-MORE-PAY l
888-667-3729e
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100 J0ob
Opportunities
04500000
Receptionist/Admin Assistant
Travel Country RV Center is
seeking a motivated individual for
their receptionist/administrative
assistant position at our
dealership. Applicant must have
strong telephone and
communication skills, an
outgoing friendly personality, and
general office skills including
excel and word. This is an
entry-level position in a growing
company with great advancement
opportunities. Competitive salary
with excellent benefits package
or the right individual.
To apply fax resume to:
Travel Country RV Center
386-755-5170,
ATTN: Jeff Dillard
or call 386-752-3723

04500009


Flatbed Drivers Needed
Home Weekends
36 cent loaded & empty
(with 5 years exp.)
Average over $1000 week
$$$$$$$$
Top Pay & Equipment
Blue Cross Medical
We are growing fast
Join us NOW!
Apply: Imeson Park
751-9193
888-565-0518
Just follow our
Red Trucks!

04500013
Sr. Agricultural Assistant,
Reference: 034480
North Florida REC -
Suwannee Valley, Live Oak, FL
Salary Range: $10-$12 per hour
Full-time position responsible
for organization, prioritization,
and implementation, of.crop
cultural practices, fertilization,
management of spray program,
irrigation, harvesting,
inventories, scouting fields, crop
development, record-keeping
system. A high school diploma
and two years of appropriate
experience are required.
Farming, equipment experience
and basic computer skills desired.
A physical and background check
are required prior to employment.
Application deadline is 10/31/05.
Apply on line at
http://jobs.ufl.edu, or call
386-362-1725 for assistance.

03528525
We've got what you want-
MIIES 'weekends ai HOM- IE'

Pemberton-

Dedicated South & SE Runs
For more info call
888-PEMBERTON
888-736-2378
6 months OTR w/Hazmat req.

03528510
$1,036 PER WEEK
This is what our average
Driver earns, could be more.
Class A CDL Required.
Great Benefits and 401K.
Flatbed Drivers wanted now!
Minimum 3 out 4 weekends
Home guaranteed each month!
Call Amy, Jessica, or Rachel
Now at 800-545-3230.
Owner Operators needed also!!!

DRIVER
Are you getting top 10 pay?
Leading home time?
Van, Flatbed, or Curtainside?
Owner Operators/Students
welcome. Sign on bonus.
Class A req'd. Roehl,
"THE TAKE HOME MORE,
BE HOME MORE CARRIER."
Call 7 days/week.
$$,$ 800-626-4915 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com
Accounting Manager
Experience in G/L, A/R, A/P & P/R
Salary Open. Fax resume to:
386-397-1130


Atlantic Trucking Company
Owner-Operators Needed. Short &
Long Haul, $1.18 Id. $.98 mt.
800-844-2674
www.atltrucking.com


Customer Service Rep for fast
growing company. Must pass
basic skills test, Bilingual a plus.
Send resume to: P.O. Box 3116
Lake City, FL 32056

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Opportunities
BLUE JEAN JOB
$ Money $
Seeking sharp go getters, Able to
TRAVEL USA. Demo chemical
products. Good people skills &
enjoy working in a Rock in Roll
evir. Call Kelly 1-800-201-3293.
9-6. Must start immed.
Class A Truck Drivers
A Truck Line in Branford has
immediate openings for Class A
Truck Drivers. Must have at least
1 yr exp. Must have Florida CDL A
and no more than 7 points on
license. DOT physical and drug
screening required. Apply in person
at 4783 US Hwy 27, Branford, FL
DFWP/EOE
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
Cracker Barrel
is hiring,
Dishwashers,
Apply in person
DUMP TRUCK Driver. Clean
MVR. Competitive wages &
benefits. John C. Hipp Construction.
EOE D/F/W/P 386-462-2047
Electrician's Helper Needed
lyr experience preferred.
Call 386-755-5944 & leave message
or fax resume to: 386-755-5443
ELECTRICIANS, ALL LEVELS,
Comm & Resi, SIGN-ON-BONUS.
Call for Interview 1-888-483-8823'
or 352-237-8821. EOE/DFWP
Experienced Carpenter Needed
For Shop Work
Must pass drug screening.
Call 386-755-2556
EXPERIENCED LABORERS &
Masons needed. Please call
386-755-7498 between
the hours of 8am -'5 pm.,


F/T & P/T Maintenance/Security,
& Front Desk. Experience
preferred.-Must be able to work
weekends & Holidays. Apply at
Best Western Inn 1-75 & US 90 W
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,
Fuel & Lubricant Distributor
is in need of a Salesperson for the
Gainesville & lake City Territory
Experience desired, but will train
the right person Salary +
Commission. S.idJ rr.-ume i-, nI-,
SNW'dismbssTcr. Lk., Ct' 321 l'.
C l .. 14 '.;. ,', I
HELP WANTED
for Roofing and Metal
Building construction,
Call Randy 386-344-0997
HELP WANTED: Full Time
position available locally. Applicant
must have computer skills and some
CAD experience is desirable.
Starting pay $9.75 per hour with
benefits and 401K package.
Send resume to PO Drawer 2027,
Lake City, FL 32056


SECURITY'OFFICERS $8.00/hr
Immediate openings, Security lic
required. Free Health insurance.
Gaurdsmafk 888-915-3456
Lic. No BB9700027

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING'
FOR
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Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Next Class: Nov. 14"'
Train in Florida
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement Assistance

800-383-7364

Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com


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Class A CDL Drivers Needed Now! OTR

120 New Trucks Arriving!
*Top Pay!! *Pet Policy
*Health/Dental/Vision/Pd. Holidays
*RX Card/Sick Days
*HOME TIME!! *CONSISTENT MILES!
*No Bull!!

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


100 Job
100 Opportunities
IMMEDIATE OPENING
for an experienced automotive
technician. Must be experienced in
all phases of automotive repair,
including OBDII. Must have own
tools and transportation. Top pay
and benefits. Apply in person at
Scoggins Chevrolet, Buick, Inc.
1424 N Young Blvd, Chiefland, FL.
Or send resume to:
,e .. -.', 4.,'
EOE, DFWP
INDUSTRIAL
New to Lake City?
Tired of looking for work on your
own? Various positions
.available/All Shifts
Must be-able to lift up to 70Ibs
Drug Screens & Backgrd Check req
Call 386-755-1991
INSULATION INSTALLERS
needed. Must have valid FL DL &
transportation. Previous exp. helpful
but not necessary. Pay based on
experience. Call 386-758-3995
01556256
Drivers
NEW SE REGIONAL
PAY PACKAGE
New Valdosta Terminal '
10..Immediate 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

01556257
Driver/Flatbed
NEW PAY INCREASE!!
Up to 39/mi
ALL MILES
HOME EVERY NITE
& HOME WEEKENDS
FL & GA Dispatch
BCBS Family Insurance Plan
Starting at only $39.951wk!
Min. 23 yrs. old & 1 YEAR OTR
FLATBED EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED
SUNBELT TRANSPORT
Call Bonnie: 800-793-0953
Or Apply Online!
www.patriottrans.com

01556254
Drivers CDL A
Touch Your Money,
Not your Freight
$3,000 Sign-On Bonus
(Company Drivers)
NO loading/Unloading
Pre-Pass Plus, No NYC or
Canada, Optional NE
S ln c 2 I ..- ,Q
S I... ... 1 year exp., ask
about our training program!
No Hazmat Required
1-800-848-0405
www.ptl-inc.com

MEDICAL SECRETARY
Energetic person to work as
personal secretary w/ a busy doctor.
Excellent skills in Word Processing
& Computer Applications required.
Potential for growth. Fax resume to:
386-758-5987


ioo0 Job
Opportunities

01556116
Drivers/Company
SUPER REGIONAL
First 10 New Drivers:
Drive a 2006 KW T800!
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
More Miles Than Regional
More Home Time than OTR
Dry Van
Excellent Pay
Top Benefits
Great Company
Recruiter available
Sat A.M. & Sun all day
Class A CDL, HazMat &
lyr exp. required.
800-476-2070
www.theAhighway.com

Kaam Transmission needs exp.
Auto Tech, or R&R Mechanic with
experience. Must have own tools.
Apply in person 125 NE Jonesway
Lake City, 32055 or 386-758-8436
LOADER OPERATOR
Needed at Anderson Columbia Co.,
Inc. Rail Yard. Experience a must.
Apply at 871 NW Guerdon Road,
Lake City, FL 32055. DFWP/EOE
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
LOOKING FOR Lic. Carpet
Installers Subcontractors.
Call 386-752-3910
ask for Amanda.
MUSGROVE CONSTRUCTION
has a FT opening for a mechanic,
must have own hand tools,
hydraulic exp. helpful.
Call 386-362-7048
Drug Free Work Place
MUSGROVE CONSTRUCTION
has a FT opening for Experienced
Painter for paint & body shop.,
Call 386-362-7048
Drug Free Work Place
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
Waste Management Inc.
Lake City/ Gainesville
Has an immediate opening for a
hard working, flexible individual to
fill the position of Driver/Laborer
for 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,
l, .: .i apply by phone .
1-877-220-JOBS (5627)-or online at
WWW.WMCAREERS.COM
EOE/ADA/DFWP
SALES POSITION:
Looking for a HARD worker
With GREAT
Customer Service Skills
Ready to Make Money
Call Lake City Wal-Staf
386-755-1991
For an Interview
Or
Fax Resume to 386-755-7911
Drug screen & Backgrd Check Req.


Liberty National Life Insurance Co.
is expanding its operation and is looking for upwardly
mobile people to fill insurance sales & service positions.
Average annual earnings $42,000. Fringe benefit package: 2
retirement funds, health insurance, paid vacation, conven-
tion trips & many others. No experience necessary. We have
on the job training. Requirements: honesty, hard worker &
dependable transportation.
Contact Ronnie Harvey at 386-752-2583
Or fax resume to: 386-752-8724
Liberty National is an EOE Licensed Agents Welcome



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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


CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Lake City Correctional Facility is now accepting applications for
Non-Certified Correctional Officers
Qualified applicants must:
Have a High School Diploma or GED
Have a valid Drivers License
Have taken the BAT (Basic Abilities Test) and have the results
when application is completed
Be able to pass a background screen
Be able to pass a drug test
Be able to work any shift and overtime as needed
Applicants may apply online at www.corrections.corp.com or in person at
7900 E. US Hwy 90, Lake City, FL 32055
(386) 755-3379 (386) 752-7202 (FAX)
Equal Opportunity Employer M/FA/D


Classified Department: 755-5446,


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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2005


S Job
100 Opportunities

01556264



HAVEN
.i H O S P I C E
OF THE SUWANNEE VALLEY
Work Opportunities With
Purpose In Lake City!
"-J ^0 CNA's
Certified
Team Social Workers
Master's in SW, 1-2 yrs exp. in
field and a FL Driver's License
necessary. Clinical Social
Worker license preferred.
Sr. Social Workers
Master's degree in Social Work
and LCSW required
: Excellent benefits package for FT
S & PT. Please email resume to:
emplbyment(@hospicecares.org;
or fax to: 352-379-6206
All applicants MUST include
preferred position, shift, and
location to be considered!
Applicants considered must
successfully complete our
comprehensive background,
driver's & drug screen check.
EOE/DFWP

Paper Route Carriers &
Sub/Carriers needed. Looking for
reliable people who are bondable,
have dependable transportation & a
home phone. Leave msg w/Name,
Address & Phone Number.
Lake City Branch.
The Florida Times Union
386-752-5121


Part-Time General Office
Help Needed. Computer
Skills Required.
Call 386-755-4243


Professional Receptionist
Computer literate w/excellent phone
Skills Heavy volume/fast paced
environment Full Time position
Send resume w/references to: CGI
P.O. Box 315 Wellborn, Fl 32094
No Phone Calls
Route Delivery Driver needed..
Lake City area. Class B CDL and
clean record a must.
Gustafson's LLC. 386-755-7666

Wal-Staf Personnel
Looking for a hard worker with:
Real Estate Exp
Loan Experience
Any Legal Exp. a Plus!!!
Please fax resume to: 386-755-7911
Or call for an interview:
386-755-1991
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 Job
o100 Opportunities

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

Work From Anywhere
This is a legitimate opportunity
with a $2B company.
Call Toll Free 888-299-9988 or go
to www.ucandream2.com.

10n Sales
110 Employment

01555903
Inside Sales Associate
Position Available

Duties include: Tele-Sales, Order
Taking, Customer Surveys,
Scheduled Follow-ups, etc.
Cady Fundraising Services
provides schools and non-profit
organizations with fundraising
products and programs. Visit
www.CadysOnline.com
Please submit your resume via:
Email: tom(@cadysonline.com
2140 SW Main Blvd. Lake City;
Fl 32025 or Fax: 386-758-6789

03528407

Presenter/Sales
Work from your home office.
Enroll Northern Florida and
Southern Georgia high school
seniors in welding training. You
provide high school presentations
about benefits of welding careers.
You conduct evening and
Saturday visits in prospective
student homes
Excellent Salary + Incentives
Terrific Benefits
Travel Expenses
Former military recruiters
encouraged to apply along with
all others interested in this
opportunity. Ideal candidate must
be high energy, results driven,
good communication skills, and
have past sales/presentation
experience. Background check
and drug test mandatory.
Fax Resume & Compensation
Requirements to:
Tulsa Welding School
Jacksonville, FL
FAX # (904)646-9467



Medical
120 Employment

01556010
Insurance Verifier/Front Office
Oncology office is looking for
experienced person in Medical
Manager/Microsoft Word/Excel.
Applicant must be knowledgeable
in insurance verification and
authorization. Appointment
scheduling and front office
procedures. Fax Resume to:
386-755-2330 Attn: Juanita


1 Medical
120 Employment

01556069
Nurses


"LOCKED IN"
Excellence
Professional Correctional
Nursing Opportunities

Career Service w/Full Benefits
or
Per Diem (OPS) Positions
w/No Benefits
Exceptional Health Care
Insurance
Vested Retirement after
six years
Annual & Sick Leave Accured
*"Paid Holidays

Contact:
Kathyrn Reed, LPN, at
904-368-3310, email
reed.kathyrn()mail.dc.state.fl.us
or Sharon McKinnie, RNC at
850-922-6645, email:
mckinnrie.sharon
(@mail.dc.state.fl.us

03528509
Shands Healthcare
Coordinator, Marketing
Communication and
Public Relations
Manages marketing .
communications activities to
promote Shands HealthCare and
its rural community hospitals to
key target audiences to support
strategies that enhance system
preference and usage. Requires
bachelor,s degree in Marketing,
Communications, Public
Relations or related area and a
minimum of two to three years of
direct experience in planning and
coordinating advertising and
public relations initiatives and
special events, preferably in
healthcare or a geographically
dispersed setting. Must have
knowledge of communications
and public relations within a
diverse organization, strong
organizational and planning skills,
excellent communication skills
(both written and verbal) and the
ability to work well with
physicians, corporate executives,
healthcare professionals and the
general public.
Qualified candidates should apply
on line at www.shands.org
,
Job # 24630.
EOE M/F/D/V DFW

01556233
Nurse Practitioner/
Physician Assistant (PA)
is needed for a growing
Pain Management practice in
Lake City. Please fax CV to
386-719-9662.


3101 US HWY 90 WEST, Suite #101
Lake City, FL 32055
QUALITY SERVICE
v2 1 II' -' Business (386) 752-6575

2001 Toll Free 1-800-333-4946

THE DARBY-ROGERS COMPANY .r tc
www.c21darbyrogers.com vipit oir website www.century21.com


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01556226




We have immediate positions
available for the following:
RNs
IMC, ED
Med/Surg
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
w/Various Shifts Available
CNA
Med/Surg
PCT III
Emergency
PCC
Nursing Admin.
Scrub Tech
Surgical Services
Charge Nurse (RN)
Same Day Surgery
Respiratory Therapist
Cardiopulmonary
Nuc Med Tech
Rad Tech
US Tech
Imaging
Inquire about our
sign-on bonus plan!
We offer a generous benefit
package that includes health,
dental, life insurance, vision,
stock purchase plan, 401(K),
retirement, paid time off
and many more!
For more information & to apply:
Call: 386-719-9020
Fax: 386-719-9028
Or online:
www.lakecitymedical.com


01556250
Infusion RN needed for busy
practice. Should have home
healthcare or ICU experience.
Full time benefits include: Health
insurance paid at 100%,Life
Insurance and Retirement plan
with matching contributions. One
FT and one PT position available.
Fax resume to:
Jay Dutton, CPA,
Community Cancer Center of
North Florida 352-331-1511


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QUIET COUNTRY LOCATION "Young"
doublewide on 5 acres South of town,
easy commute to Gainesville. Wood and
brick deck with BBQ plus nice rock
waterfall. MLS#48465 Call Bryan
Smithey 965-2922


HUNTING SEASON ON ITS WAY! 1832 sq.ft. GREAT LOCi
3/2 doublewide mobile home near the forest in with Pella w
Olustee now available on 6.37 acres. Land has metal barn w
three ponds.Mobile home in great shape. Easy Two road fr
commute to Jacksonville. MLS#47397 Call investment-
Betsy Tyler 755-1517
CONTACT A REALTOR WITH
EXPERIENCE THAT WILL WORK
FOR YOU!!! GIVE US A CALL!
386-755-6600


1 Medical
120 Employment

03528371
RNs, LPNs, & CNA's
needed for all shifts.
Top pay, Call (904)221-3151 or
1-866-485-4220

03528397

STANDS
HealthCare

PACU
RN's
Shands UF is seeking PACU
RN's to work F/T days in our
Cath Lab Recovery Room. Other
PACU RN Opportunity available
evening shift in PACU. Prefer 2
yrs experience as an RN. Must
have current FL RN
licensure. Limited call required.
Shands offers great benefits and
competitive salary. Apply on-line
today at shands.org or call Gloria
Parker, Human Resources
800-325-0367 ext. 05401.
EOE/M/F/D/V
Drug Free Work Place

PART- TIME (OPS) C.N.A.
at Veterans Domiciliary Home.
$ 9.00/ hr. Rotating shifts. Position
is temporary without benefits. Must
have valid C.N.A. certification with
24 months continuous employment
in a healthcare setting.
Apply on- line:
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/
logon.htm or call Linda Thompson
at 386- 758- 0600 Ext 3117.
Closes: 10/31/05.
Assisted Living Facility #7975.
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.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT wanted
immediately FT for Lake City
practice. Certification and two years
front and back office experience
required. Please fax resume to HR
at (352)224-2484 or email
simedpa(5yahoo.com


GET READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS! Large
home for family and guests with 4
bedrooms, 2.5 baths, ceramic tile floors,
whirlpool in the master! 2 back porches
to enjoy autumn afternoons!
MLS#48564 Call Tanya Shaffer 755-5448


ATION Brick home on 24 acres. Updated
windows, new carpet and ceramic, large
with 1/2 bath and accessory farm buildings.
frontage, next to gated community. Great
potential! MLS#48360 Call Janet Creel


1 Medical
120 Employment
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
7 a.m.-3 p. m. Full Time,
also needed Part Time Weekends
w/Insurance & Benefits.
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Center
Live Oak, FL 32064
EOE/D/V/M/F

Experienced Medical Assistant
Needed for fast paced
Doctors Office.
Fax resume to: 386-758-5987
MEDICAL BILLING
Several years experience in Medical
Insurance Billing & Collections
required. Excellent Salary. Send
resume to: P.O. Box 3306, Lake
City, FL 32056; Fax 386-755-2169
Nuclear Med Tech
Needed for PET/CT in Lake City
and Gainesville office locations. FT
Benefits include: Health Insurance
paid at 100%, Life Insurance and
Retirement plan with matching
contributions. Fax resume to:
Dr. Schilling 386-462-7935
RN & File Clerk needed for busy
Pediatric office. Please call
386-758-0003 or mail resume to:
1859 SW Newland Way
Lake City, Fl. 32025
RN needed
7p.-7a. &-lp.-7a.
Please apply at:
The Health Center of Lake City,
560 SW McFarlane Ave, Lake City.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug
Free Workplace/ Americans with
Disabilities Act.
Suwannee Medical Home Care
CNA's needed in the Lake City
area. Please call 1-877-755-1544
Ask for Beth -
Suwannee Medical Personnel
is hiring RN's, & LPN's for
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
Suwannee Medical Personnel
Home Care is needing LPN's
in Live Oak, Jasper and Lake City
area 7a-3p, 3p-llp and llp-7a.
Questions, please call.
1-877-755-1544 ask for
Thersa or Melissa.


LAND! LAND! LAND!
2 ACRES COUNTY ROAD 18 Convenient to
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 acre wooded parcels now
available off 137 in South Wellborn. Buy now,
build later. Call Saundra'Scott 752-9085.
MLS#46974 and MLS#46966
TALL' PINES! Ten acres 'newly listed!' Great
-fiesrTi-enitCa]l Shr'onrf Selder 365-1203 or
,Julia DeJesus 344-1590
BEAUTIFUL ROLLING PASTURE Ready for
your new home! Choice of two 10 1/2 acre
parcels, not far from shopping! Call Ginger
Parker 752-6704
5 ACRES Completely board fenced. Homes
only. West of town. MLS#47346 Call Sharon
Johnson 365-1203 or Julia DeJesus 344-1590
WELL AND SEPTIC One acre close to High
Springs. MLS#47509'To find out more call
Sharon Johnson 365-1203 or Julia DeJesus
344-1590


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


Rare Find...4BR/2BA brick/vinyl home in
Hamilton County on 1.22 acres. Located in an
established neighborhood with a stocked pond
and beautiful inground pool. $184,500
MLS#47646


Beautiful...5BR/5BA home with 3499 sf. wraps
around pool and lanai. Beautifully landscaped on
4.3 acres with barn and workshop. MLS#48532
$599,000


Corner Lot...with beautiful trees. 2BR/2BA, Arbor Green @ Emerald Lakes...New home
SWMH on 1 acre. Plenty of privacy in Hamilton presented by Blake Construction. 3/2 with over
Co. Owner says bring all offers! MLS#46848 2,000 sf on .51 acre. Cathedral ceilings, formal
$49,900 dining room and more! $279,900 MLS#46172


New Listing...3BR/1BA home on .
venient to 1-75. 1352 sf. stucco
MLS#48452 $92,000


95 acre con-
over frame.


The $ is right...3BR/2BA split level home with
one car garage on 1 acre in a great neighbor-
hood. On a paved road convenient to all ameni-
ties. MLS#47259 $159,900


25.19 Acres...plus a 3BR/2BA, 1998 SWMH with
1140 sf. & two 24x50 pens. Property is pictur-
esque with creek on back. Some road frontage.
$210,000 MLS#48334


Reduced,..Owner says bring all offers. 2 acres
with a 1998 3/2 SWMH and a 1993 3/2 DWMH.
Each lot has a separate well and septic. Live in
one & rent the other! MLS#47665 $104,900


ADDITIONAL LISTINGS
8.9 Acres near Wellborn. Beautiful trees & pasture. $104,900 MLS#48610
7 Investment Properties Small 2/1 home on city lot. Package deal @ $45,000 each
10.57 Acres in park-like setting. Site built & mobiles allowed. MLS#48304 $159,900
Buildable city lot in a great location. $28,500 MLS#48097
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2001 21 1/2 Foot
Deck Boat
*16,000 Firm
Fun Sport made by Sprint. 150
Johnson low hours, E-Z load
trailer, mint condition.
Call
386-752-8603
Cell: 386-365-4849


1999 Chevrolet S10
$6,500
Step side, JL audio sound
system, 75K, manual TM,
4cyl full tank.
Call
386-344-1478
Leave a message


2000 Coachman
Leporechaun
$38,000 Asking payoff
Class C Motorhome
Excellent cond., 32K miles. Any
FOOTBALL fan would love this for
TAILGATING!!!
Call Debbie
386-623-2851





2002 Four Winds
5th Wheel
$22,000
31' w/3 slides, center island
kitchen, central duct air/heat,
alum. whIs, queen bed, MW/cook-
top oven,. Excellent condition.
Call
386-755-4749


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160 Investments

( 1 5S5927
LOOK!
Turn Your Income Tax Dollars
into Retirement Income for You
386-466-1104


17 0 Business
Opportunities
A CASH COW!!
90 VENDING MACHINE
UNITS/YOU OK LOCATIONS
ENTIRE BUSINESS -$10,670
HURRY! 800-836-3464 #BO02428
240 Schools &
240 Education

Want to be a CNA? Don't want to
wait? Express Trainring Services of
Gainesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam Prep classes.
F',., .. classes. Class for I week,
certification test the next week.
Class size is limited. Next class
11/14/05. Call (352)338-1193

310 Pets,& Supplies
AMERICAN/PIT Bull Terrier,
Full blooded. Big Blocky Dog.
Has Health Cert. $50.
Call 386-6.23-9921

Livestock &
330 Supplies
THREE BULLS FOR SALE:
One is 7yrs old, one 1 1/5 yr old
and the other one is 1 yrs old.
386-755- .. ........ 386-365-1352

402 Appliances
CLOTHES DRYER
Looks Good. Runs Good.
$85.00
386-497-3987'

404 Baby Things:
MEDELA Double Breast Pump
Used only 3 weeks, battery pack &
accessories included, paid $400,
sacrificing $250, Call 386-496-4538

408 Furniture
4 pc. Blue sectional sofa, Ant. white
trundle bed, Dish satellite w/web tv,
T-v,. cgrill, Trackless shower door.
Call for info. 386-497-3772
Black Wrought Iron
Glass Top Table w/4 chairs. &
matching Backers Rack. $250
Call 386-961-9535
..ELEGANT DINING. Room Suite
with 'China Cabinet
$700. Firm ,
Call 386-867-4889
OAK DIN ilIT
Firm
Call 386-867-4889
OAK QUEEN headboard, foot
board, mattress & box spring set.
QOriginial price'1 ,400 asking 4. 41i
Call 386-752-8351
,* L l I -'.-..li. l 'l ii I ,1I [i A : ..-.
spring i. in Bought t R.... iii. to,
Go, 18 ri .... 1. 1 ..I o i lJ for
S0 Exc cond. Call (407)756-9100

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

440 Miscellaneous

4ft Small Grandfather Clock
Various Knick Knacks
&.Misc. other items.
Call -.'i -",r 153 '


440 Miscellaneous
95 14 ft Fiberglass boat, MTR TR.
Stump Knocker. New 5500 KW
generator B/S. Custom made
Fiberglass topper for Ford Ranger.
Call for more info 386-397-1696


460 Firewood
FIREWOOD for SALE! $45.00 a
Truck Load! Call 386-752-1874

630 Mobile Homes
630 for Rent
2BR/2BA MH FOR RENT.
Not in a park. Located off Turner
Rd. $450.mo. 1st & last, plus $400
security. No Pets Call 386-623-4544
4/2 MH, Partially furn.,
Quiet country setting.
$600 mth + 1st & Last.
Call 386-752-3898
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. Mobile Homes
640 for Sale
ABSOLUTELY "THE BEST"
Mobile Homes and Modulars
Move over Palm & Jake, [|. i,', /V
#1 home is here. Guaranteed
Gary Hamilton Homes 758-6755


GET PRE-APPROVED
FORA
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

S65n Mobile Home
50 & Land
!! Owner Finance !!
1998 24X48 3/2. on small lot
1i-. S\\ Judy Glen
Call 386-867-0048
01556100
2001 3BR/2BA Redman DW
MH., with fireplace on 6.5.
beautiful acres. Has separate
mother-in-law apartment, 12x 16
shed and carport, and Grand
Daddy Oaks. 3 miles north of.I-10
off of Hwy 41. Must See. Only
$139,0.00. Call 386-590-1976

5 Wooded Acres
MH & Pond. Off of Hwy 247
Call JaneS. Usher, Lie. RE. Broker
.', S755-3500 or cell 386-365-1352
Brand New 2280 Sqft 4/2
w/ concrete f, .ui.i..iti.... driveway &
walk, deck & more. $134,900.
Close in. Gary Hamilton
Call 386-- .- .:
Ellisville/Owner Finance
1992 3/2 Fleetwood Triplewide
On 2.36 acres
2053 SW Haltiwan'ger Rd.
-.11386-867.-0048

i7fi U urnished Apt.
7 For Rein
1 & 2 Bedroom Apariments
All very nice.
Convenient location..
Call 386-755-2423
2BR!/11. PA R IR IENT
i, li.I_. _-ii .] -" i ri .
plus security deposit. No pets.
.Call Lea 386,752-9626


710 iUnfurnished Apt.'
710 For Rent
3 BR Special! Pay on time and
receive $50 off first 6 months rent.
Beautiful Apt. Homes include MW,
DW, pool, fitness center and much
more; call Windsong today
386-758-8455
Newly Renovated, 2 Bedrooms
Starting at $525 mth.
Plus security. No Pets
Call Lea.386-752-9626
SPACIOUS 2BR/I 1/2BA
Townhouse. Convenient location.
$750 mo plus security deposit. Call
386-752-7781 or 386-397-5880

Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent
3br/2ba. 1/2 way between
Lake City & Branford
Totally renovated w/1 acre fenced.
$925 mo plus last & security.
.. 386-365-0083

HOMES FROM $199/mo.
4% Down, 30 years at 5.5%
1-3br Foreclosures! For listings
1-800-749-8124 ext. F388
HOUSE FOR Rent: 3BR/2BA,
Living room, Family room, 2 car
carports, Appl included. $300 sec,
$685 per mo. Call 386-867-0849
RENT TO OWN!
Owner Occupied or Rental
Remod. 2BR/Block.450 NE Denver,
SSt. $50K OBO 904-725-4678

Business &
750 Office Rentals


60X60 Steel Warehouse
W/.5'acre P. i1-ri \rej &
Restrooms. $800 mth
Call 386-365-3865


Henderson ]-Iouse iica.Ret.ril
4 Suites Avail. (2nd Flr)Approx.
.1500 total sqft. LCa.ic .11 or part
207 S. Marion Av,:. 3'.- 52- "5


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. :.5-258-0.660
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE Space
available on H-' 2-1- B:i.fiit.d
Hwy. 1/2 niie S.-.uth 1,, is- U s '11
1500 sq ft with I acre of land. Call
386-365-7870 for information.

805 Lots for Sale
iForest Country
3/4 acre lot on Long Leaf Dr.
$54,900.
Call 386-719-4839 after 5:00 P.M.

FSBO: 5 acfes with \- ell & .epuic.
S11 miles South 0t L.i.ke Citi
$5,000 down,; $717.00 a month.
Call 386-752-4597

810 Home forSale
$20,000 3br. foreclosure
-available now!
For listing call
1-800-749-8124 e ..tH41 I


810 Home for Sale

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

82O Farms &
820 Acreage

01556260
NEW LISTING: Beautiful 46
gentle rolling acres with scattered
trees. 2900 ft road frontage. Will
Divide. 2 MH's, large barn,
pasteurs + hayfields & board '
fence. Buy all or part. West of
Lake City. Jane S. Usher Lie Real
Estate Broker. 386-755-3500
Cell 386-365-1352'
5 Ac. Columbia City Area
in planted pines
$89,900
352-472-3660
5 ACRES
ONLY 4 TRACTS LEFT,
your choice. Beautiful.rolling Grand
Daddy Oaks, 1 has hill top view.
Lovely neighborhood. Owner may
help to finance. Call. Jane S. Usher
Lie. Real Estate Broker.
.386-755-3500 or cell 386-365-1352
Central GA
Six tracts ranging from
156-465 AC w/prices
starting at $1,495/AC.
Pond'sites, I .iJd i... .. i[,, .'
planted pines, Big Deer!
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co., LLC
OWNER FINANCE 5-15 acres
Columbia & Suwannee Counties.
386-754-7529.
.' '. I.'l !.u ~r~l,,/p c!l c .-ill
Bullard Properties Owner/Broker.

830 Commercial
Property


Warehouse/Office For Lease
.12,000 SqFt. Totally remodeled.
3 miles from 1-75.' $2,900 mth'
386-365-3865
v p. r,,,pert', ,t, bi'


Warehouse/Office For Lease
.12,000 SqFt. Totally remodeled.
3 miles from 1-75. $2,900 mth
386-365-3865
www.propertv4you.biz .

920 Auto Parts
920 & Supplies
1998 Chevy Tahoe 6 lug Factory
Alum wheels-w/tires $150.
Fits 1988-1998 Excellent condition.
Call (407)756-9100.

2000 FACTORY Chrome 6 lug.
GMC Denali Wheels. $250.
Fits 1991-2004 Excellent condition.
'Call 141 I0 1 1- Io.' i .
2004 Chevy New style Alum.
Factory wheels, 6 lug.
Fits 1991-2004 $250. Excellent
condition. Call (41- I- 5r,.-1 il-I


940 Trucks
2004 DAKOTA Quad Cab
Low Miles
Priced to sell!
Call Bill 386-755-3444
MUST SELL
1999 FORD RANGER 4X4.
FULLY LOADED, LOW
MILEAGE. CALL 386-755-1745

950 Cars for Sale-
*Hondas from $500':
Police Impounds!
For listings call
1-800-749-8116 ext A760
01556202
1994 Mitsubishi Galant LS
!!Power Everything!!
2.4 Liter, Automatic
Great "Around Town" Car.
$1,500
Call 386-697-1923/386-961-9508

1993 OLDSMOBILE
1 Owner. If your looking for
a dependable Car, this is it!
$2,500. Call 386-754-0353
2003 MAZDA 6
39K miles, runs & looks brand new!
Gas Miser! $15,900
Ask for Mike 386-755-6863
2004 INTREPID
Low Miles .
Must sell Now!
Call Bill 386-755-3444
2005 STRATUS.
Must, See
Call Bill
386-755-3444
CHRYSLER SEBRING
Convertibles, 3 to choose from,
Call the guy in the tie.
386-755-3444
Good Credit
Bad Credit,
You can ride.
Call 386-590-6651
Good Credit is a thing of
the past if you want a new
[ -lilJ Jiji ir .11 '
Cal 386-590-6651
Oh My!
ZERO Down on Cars,
'Trucks, Vans, & SUV's.
Call 386-59.0-6651
Tired of being told NO? I can get
you into the car, van,
SUV of your choice W.A.C.
Call 386-590-6651
WOW! Just in Time
2 save you money! '
Sebring Convertible;Cheap.
Call 386-590-6651

951 Recreational
Vehicles
FALL BLOW OUT!
.All Motorhomes, TT, & 5th Wheels
on sale. Full parts & .eii .:c dept'
Call 386-758-8661

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952 Vans & Sport
952 Util. Vehicles
05 DODGE Caravans
Great Prices
Call The Guy in The Tie at
386-755-3444
2003 EXPEDITION
Low Miles, Loaded
Must See
Call Bill 386-755-3444
.2004 JEEP Wrangler Rubicon
21K miles. 4x4. off-road!
New tires, Soft top. Only S25.900.
Call Mike at 386-755-3446
FORD BRONCO
Works Great
Call after 4:00 p.m.
386-719-4802


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Compact Tyson highlights great rear view


By Associated Designs

A handsome wooden post high-
lights the Tyson's front porch. Two
gridded windows, one of them
arched, also add visual interest to
this clean-lined, compact plan.
Wider windows sparkle across
its rear, where you can look out o\ er
the raised deck. The plan is designed
for construction on a.lot that slopes
down to the rear. That
combination makes it'
ideally suited for use Bedroo
as a vacation home Stud
with a stunning rear 10'x11
view. Possibilities in-
clude a lake, river, can- .
yon or ocean.
On the other hand,
the home fits well in a
suburban neighbor-
hood too, and with
minimal changes 'Bedror
could be built on a flat 10
parcel of land. This
plan can also be easily
adapted for wheelchair 0 [
accessibility.
A vaulted entry
leads directly into the
wide-open, vaulted
great room that fills the
center. This room of- I
fers the most generous |
view of the landscape
behind the house. You
can take it all in from 2005 As


the kitchen as well, which also has
a view of, the street. Seated at the
long eating bar that bounds the two
spaces, family and friends can chat
with kitchen workers, or swivel
around to watch the waves, sail
boats', bird feeders, or whatever


sociated Designs, Inc. www.associateddesigns.i


comes into view.
Kitchen counter space is well
supplied. Cupboards wrap around
two .sides as well, plus there's a
roomy pantry near the door to the
utility room which has a direct link
to the garage.
Secondary bedrooms are well
separated from the mister suite. The
Tyson's master suite boasts a roomy
walk-in closet, tub & shower, and
dual towel cabinet
for storage. It, too,
has a great rear
view. Two more
aster Suite bedrooms, or one
'8" x16'2" 'bedroom and a
home office/study,
are on the left where
they share a bath-
room.
For a review plan,
including scaled
floor plans, eleva-
tions, section and
artist's conception,
send $25 to Associ-
ated Designs, 1100
Jacobs Dr., Eugene,
OR 97402. Please
specify the Tyson 30-495 and
include a return address when
ordering. A catalog featuring
more than 550 home plans is
1.t. available for $15. For more in-
50' formation, call (800) 634-
* 0123, or visit our Web site at
om www.associateddesigns.com.


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