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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: March 4, 2006
Publication Date: 1967-
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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Daily Briefing
        page A 2
    Section A: Main: Local & State
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Business
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Local
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Local & World
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Local & State
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Faith & Values
        page A 9
    Section A: Main: Nation & World
        page A 10
    Section B: Regional News
        page B 1
    Section B: Regional News: Sports
        page B 2
        page B 3
    Section B: Regional News: Advice & Comics
        page B 4
    Section B: Regional News: Classified
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        page B 6
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Vol. 132, No. 39 0 50 cents


Home & Patio Show kicks off today


Home & Patio Demonstrations
How-To Demonstrations at the Third Annual Lake City Home and
Patio Show:
Saturday:
0 10 a.m.: Master Gardeners
SII a.m.: Laminate Floors by Lowes
E Noon:Water Gardens by Earthscape
0 1 p.m.: How to Buy a Home by Jim Curry
S2 p.m.:A Guide to Home Inspections by Chris Shaheen
Sunday:
II a.m.: Laminate Floors by Lowes
Noon.: Container Planting by Earthscape
I p.m.: How to Buy a Home by Jim Curry
2 p.m.:A Guide to Home Inspections by Chris Shaheen


Two-day event
begins today
at Fairgrounds.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter. corn
The Third Annual Lake City
Home and Patio Show takes
place today at the Columbia
County Fairgrounds.
The event, which showcas-
es all of the supplies required
to purchase or build a new


home, will take place from
9 a.m.-6 p.m. today and
10 a.m.-4 p.m. on.
Sunday. The '
event is present-
ed by the Rotary .-
Club of Lake
City-Downtown
and sponsored
by the Lake City .
Reporter, L rt'd .O
SunState Federal
Union and Mix 94.3.
The event is free to the
public.


Local businesses and state
businesses will be on hand to


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exhibit their serv-
ices to potential
home buyers or
home builders.
In addition, the
Parade of Homes,
which will take
place today and
Sunday, will allow
consumers to see


many of the businesses'
products displayed at the
Home and Patio Show in use.


The Parade of Home allows
consumers and residents to
see 25 custom-built homes
by 15 different builders
throughout Columbia County.
A map of the homes avail-
able for viewing during the
Parade of Homes can be
found in the Lake City
Reporter's Home and Patio
Show Guide. The guide was a
supplement in Friday's issue
of the Lake City Reporter and
can be picked up for free at
the Home and Patio Show.


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competition during the Special Olympics at Richardson Middle School Friday.


Special ,athletes


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Special Olymipics
draws huge crowd
of participants.'
By TQNY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
Friday morning almost
100 athletes proudly stood
behind their school flags
ready to walk onto the
Richardson Middle School
track.
The students wore
T-shirts with their school
colors, smiles and a sense
of anticipation worthy of
world-class athletes who
had trained an entire
lifetime to get to this day.
The students were
scheduled to participate in
the school district's annual
Special Olympics as
athletes.
As they recited the
athlete's oath during
Friday's opening ceremony,
it was audibly evident that
their excitement level had
reached a pinnacle in
anticipation of the event.
The 2006 Columbia
County Special Olympics
Summer Games marked
the 31st year Special
Olympics games have been
held locally.
"We have 115 athletes


JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter
Niblack Elementary Special Olympian Nehemiah Williams, 12,
smiles proudly as he is pinned with a blue ribbon after
throwing 91 meters in the softball throw during the Special
Olympics at Richardson Middle School Friday.


that are registered for
23 different events in six
different sports," said
John Brown, Columbia
County Special Olympics
Coordinator.
He estimated that only
15 athletes didn't show up
for the games and said the


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Catholic Charities
comes to aid of
Katrina victims.
By LINDSAY DOWNEY
Idowney@lakecityrepQrter.com
Louadrian Reed feels free
- thanks to an anonymous
donor who gave her family a
car Thursday.
The 70-year-old woman
and her 94-year-old mother,
Stella Dejoie, have been
confined to their small
Windsong apartment almost
every day for the past seven
months.
The family made a new
start in Lake City after
evacuating New Orleans last
August just before Hurricane
Katrina wreaked havoc on
their home. Louadrian's hus-
band, a dentist, got a job
nearby and drives the only
car they have to work during
the week, leaving the two
women stranded for most of
the day.
Until now.
The Lake City family that
donated the gray 1988
Cadillac Coup DeVille to
Catholic Charities requested
the car be given to a family
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100 competing athletes.
This year's contest
included races, the stand-
ing long jump, running
long jump, bocce, softball
throw, tennis ball throw,
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Catholic Charities Executive
Director Suzanne Edwards
said.
'Their name came to
mind," Edwards said. "Mrs.
Reed and her mom aren't
able to go to doctor's
appointments."
Hopkins Motor Company
Inc. picked the women up in
its courtesy van whenever
they asked, but Louadrian
said she didn't request rides
often because she said she
didn't want to be a bother.
,With their new car, the
women can get to doctor's
appointments on their own,
run errands and explore the
city they now call home.
"It's wonderful because I
have been cooped up here
and it felt close to being in
jail," Louadrian said.
Louadrian recently
traveled to New Orleans for
the first time since fleeing
the hurricane and said she
was upset to see her home in
ruins doors stuck shut
and furniture laying
overturned on the floor,
soaking in water.
"It was horrible devasta-
tion," Louadrian said.
"There's nothing you could
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Classified ............... 5B
Comics .... .. . 4B
Local & State ... .. 3A


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LAKE CITY REPORTER DAILY BRIEFING SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2006


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MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR


Thursday:
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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS


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* Folk singer Miriam Makeba
is 74.
* Actress-singer Barbara
McNair is 72.
* Movie director Adrian Lyne
is 65.
* Singer Bobby Womack is
62.
* Rock musician Chris
Squire (Yes) is 58.
* Singer Shakin' Stevens is
58.
* Singer Chris Rea is 55.
* Actor Ronn Moss is 54.
* Actress Kay Lenz is 53.


i Musician Emilio Estefan is
53.
* Movie director Scott Hicks
is 53.
* Actress Catherine O'Hara
is 52.
* Actress Patricia Heaton is,
48.
* Actor Mykelti Williamson is
46.
* Actor Steven Weber is 45.
* Rock musician Jason
Newsted is 43.
* Actress Stacy Edwards is
41.


Thought for Today


"It's not love's going hurts my days /
But that it went in little ways."

Edna St. Vincent Millay,
American author and poet (1892-1950)


Friday:
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Lake City
HOW TO REAC US
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Fax number ................752-9400
Circulation ................. 755-5445
Online ...... www.lakecityreporter.com
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Community Newspapers Inc., is published
Tuesday through Sunday at 180 E. Duval St.,
Lake City, Fla. 32055. Periodical postage paid
at Lake City, Fla. Member Audit Bureau of
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Publisher Michael Leonard ... .754-0418
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If you have a news tip, call any member of the
news staff or 752-5295.
Editor Todd Wilson :.....7. 754-0428
(twilson@lakecityreporter.com)
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Wilton Cobb, 68
Olustee, Funeral assistant

Family: Wife, four boys,
and two girls.

Hobbies: Hunting.

Favorite pastimes:
Play with my kids.

What would you most
like to see improved in
your town?: "I think the
traffic lights down U.S. 90
need to be in sync better."

Who is your hero or
inspiration, and why?: "My
wife because she has a
loving heart and a good
head for business."


Meet Your Neighbor is a daily
feature of the Lake City
Reporter. We interview people
in the community in order to get
to know our neighbors better.


Reporter
CLASSUMIED
To place a classified ad, call 755-5440.

Controller Sue Brannon .......754-0419
(sbrannon@lakecityreporter.com)
CIRCULATION
Home delivery of the Lake City Reporter
should be completed by 6:30 a.m. Tuesday
through Saturday, and by 7:30 a.m. on
Sunday.
Please call 386-755-5445 to report any prob-
lems with your delivery service.
In Columbia County, customers should call
before 10:30 a.m. to report a service error for
same day re-delivery. After 10:30 a.m., next
day re-delivery or service related credits Will
be issued.
In all other counties where home delivery is
available, hext day re-delivery or service relat-
ed credits will be issued.
Director A. Russell Waters ... .754-0407
(rwaters@lakecityreporter.com)
Home delivery rates
(Tuesday through Sunday) .
13 Weeks .................... $23.54
26 Weeks ................... $42.80
52 Weeks".............. ......$83.46
Rates include 7% sales tax.
Mail rates
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CORRECTION

In a Page 1A story in Thursday's issue, the headline about the
Lake City VA Medical Center's bowling team was incorrect. The
Bowlers to Veterans Link raises about $1 million each year for
recreational equipment and therapeutic supplies for veterans
across the country. We regret the error.


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By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
The Florida Highway Patrol
is moving into a new phase of
its Operation Safe Ride
program, a long-term enforce-
ment campaign which focuses
on obeying the speed limit
and reducing the overall
number of traffic fatalities in
Florida.
"Simply put, the Florida
Highway Patrol is asking
drivers, most especially
teenagers and young adults,
to wake up and drive," said Lt.
Mike Burroughs, public
information officer for Troop
B of the Florida Highway
Patrol. "We have tweaked


every program that we have
and made necessary changes
to reach the public to no avail.
No longer can the motoring
public depend on FHP or
other law enforcement to
make up for their bad driving
habits. Now is the time for the
motoring public to share the
burden of their bad driving
and to take responsibility to
change bad driving habits."
Burroughs said FHP
reports find that driver
distraction is one of the most
common causes of crashes in
the state of Florida.
"Among some of the most
common distractions are cell
phones, putting on make-up,
eating, watching DVDs and


things of that nature,"
Burroughs said. "As a result,
people aren't scanning the
roads ahead of them and
planning for the possible bad
driving of another motorist."
Burroughs said education
needs to begin at home and
the FHP is encouraging
families with teenage drivers
to become more involved in
their driving habits.
"We're encouraging them
to take an active role and
know where their teens are
going, who they're going
with and what they're going
to be doing when they get
there," Burroughs said.
"Statistics show more fatal
crashes happen when


multiple teenagers are in a
car with another teen driver."
The campaign, which
began Thursday, sends
troopers and supervisors that
are normally assigned to
non-patrol functions out on
the street to show the FHP's
concern about driver safety.
"We're waging a war on the
common causes of serious
injury or fatal crashes,
including speeding and lack
of seat belts," Burroughs
said.
Through Feb. 28,
Columbia County has experi-
enced six traffic fatalities,
compared to one during the
same time in 2005.


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muscular,
Special to the Reporter
St. Patrick's Day is
approaching, which means
Shamrocks are adorning
schools in green and gold
throughout North Florida. To
benefit the Muscular
Dystrophy Association,
students will "paint the school
green" by taking part in
Shamrocks Against
Dystrophy.
When students buy and
sign $1 and $5 Shamrock
mobiles to hang in the
hallways, they support the
fight against neuromuscular
diseases -
The following schools are"
helping "Jerry's Kids" (named
for MDA National Chairmian
Jerry Lewis) by taking part:
Columbia High School,
Hamilton County -High,
Melrose Park Elementary and


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dystrophy
Richardson Middle School.
In 2005, Shamrocks Against
Dystrophy raised more than
$12 million nationally through
the efforts of these club mem-
bers, students and teachers.
Locally, Shamrocks Against
Dystrophy raised more than
$130,000 to support MDA pro-
grams, including clinics at.
Nemours Children's Clinic,
Mayo Clinic and Shands of
Gainesville, summer camp for
children with neu ron i secular
diseases at Camp Love in Live
Oak, and lifesaving research-
at Univenrity -f Florida,
iMiamni ULnia'ersity and Emory
University.
For more information about
IMDA or the Shamrocks-
Against Dystrophy program,
call the MDA Office at, (904)
296-6799.


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Arrest Log
The following information
was provided by local law
enforcement agencies. The
following people have been
arrested but not convicted. All
people are presumed innocent
unless proven guilty.
Thursday, March 2
Columbia County
Sheriff's Office
Victor Hernandez, 15,
1477 Wayne Place, No. 108,
warrant: order to take into
custody for absconding
supervision on charges of
grand theft and burglary.
Cleath Ray O'Neal, 43,
Angel Cove Motel, Room 43,
warrant: eight counts of driving
with a suspended or revoked
license.
King L. Grigger, 17, 2340
SW Old Bellamy Road, Fort
White, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana,
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession
of a medical drug without a
prescription.
Friday, March 3
Lake City
Police Department
Charles James
Strickland. 34. 602 NW


Pillsbury Drive, DUI.

Fire EMS Calls
Thursday, March 2
3:10 p.m., brush fire,
Nogel Road, two primary and
two volunteer units responded.
4:30 p.m., rescue assist,,
654 NE St. Clair St., two
primary units responded.
5:34 p.m., brush fire,
Kenmore Glen, one primary
and two volunteer units
responded.
Friday, March 3
I 1:30 a.m.; rescue assist,
Harris Road, one volunteer unit
responded."
2:02 a.m., rescue assist,
Eloise Street, one primary unit
responded.
A 4:39 a.m., wreck, 1-75,
north of 1-10, one primary and
three volunteer units
responded.
6:06 a.m., structure fire,
McDonald's on South Main
Boulevard and Baya Drive, four
primary units responded.
8:10 a.m., wreck, West
Duval Street and Lake Jeffery
Road, one primary unit
responded.
8:23 a.m., rescue assist,
Martin Luther King Jr. Drive,


one primary unit responded.
11:20 a.m., wreck, SR-47
South, one primary unit
responded.
11:25 a.m., brush fire,,
SR-247 South, south of
CR-242, two primary and two


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volunteer units responded.
N 1:22 p.m., rescue assist,
Teakwood. Drive and Pine
Drive, one primary unit
responded.
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AT- TODAY-
AT THE HOME & PATIO SHOW


Columbia county Fairgrounds

CHALK PAINTING starting
DEMONSTRATION at39a.m.

We will be there to completion of chalk ,
painting & will be happy to answer any questions.



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AN ITALIAN STREET PAINTING FESTIVAL
A community event sponsored by the
Lake City Reporter


Stop by the Reporter booth and find out how you can become
a sponsor and/or participant in this street painting festival.


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art to downtown in April
Special to the Reporter for the Lake City Reporter, is
Visitors at the Lake City the originator and organizer
Homes& Patio Showwill enjoy of Color Lake City. He has
an- added artistic treat this participated in several Italian
street art festivals in the past
morning to go along with the and toda be hoping
booths dedicated to- home andwill today- be showing
onlookers the best ways Ato
repair, selling, decorating and translate their drawings and
the like. sketches into beautiful pieces
Artist Dave Kimler will be- of street art.
doing a live demonstration of More information about
Italian street chalk art Color Lake City will be avail-
beginning at 9 a.m. in able at the booth where
Building 2 of the Home & Kimler will be creating, at the
Patio Show site at Columbia Lake City Reporter booth,
County Fairgrounds. online at www.lakecityre-
Color Lake City, the porter.com, or by calling
community's first-ever street Kimler at 754-0413.
art festival, will be April 22 on Admission to the Lake City
North Marion. Avenue Home & Patio Show is free.
between U.S. 90 and Madison The show runs-9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Street. today, and 10 a.rnm.-5 p.m.
Kimler, production director Sunday.


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hospital stay and has a quick recovery.
With today's state-of-the-art technology small
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and safer than ever.

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Saturday, March 4, 2006


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EDITORIAL


Check out


homes,


patios this


weekend


Columbia County this
weekend? Check out the
Third Annual Lake City Home
and Patio Show at the
Columbia County Fairgrounds. The
show runs today until 6 p.m. and from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday.
The show features more than
80 vendors covering everything needed
for home improvement. From
bathrooms to back porches, sun rooms
to window shades, it's all on display at
the fairgrounds this weekend.
The show is organized by the Rotary
Club of Lake City-Downtown and, in its
third year, the festival has grown
extensively to filling two buildings, plus
outside displays of merchandise and
services. The Rotarians from the
Downtown Club should be proud of
their accomplishments. They have
worked hard to make this event a
success and it is.
. For those who are not to the point
of needing home improvements, but
are searching for a home, check out
the Parade of Homes going on today
and Sunday. This event features
25 custom-built homes by 15 builders
in Columbia County. It runs today
through 5 p.m. and on Sunday from
1 p.m.-4 p.m.
. Both of these events are great for our
community and showcase two of the
factors that continue to thrive in
Columbia County home building and
home improvement.
Enjoy a nice spring weekend with
these rtwo events. '


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HISTORY


Today is Saturday, March 4, the 63rd
day, of 2006. There are 302 days left in
the year.
E N On March 4, 1789, the Constitution of
the United States went into effect as the
first Federal Congress met in New York.
(The lawmakers then adjourned for lack of
a quorum.)
N In 1681, England's King Charles II
granted a charter to William Penn for an
irea of land that later became
Pennsylvania.
In 1791, Vermont became the
14th state.
,! In 1837, the Illinois state legislature
granted a city charter to Chicago.
S In 1861, Abraham Lincoln was
inaugurated president,
In 1933, Franklin D. Roosevelt was
Inaugurated president, pledging to lead the
country out of the Great Depression.

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.
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Going to the movies


Once in a while I go
through my junk
box and weed out
stuff that no longer
has any value to
me. I found a letter (probably
written 40 years ago) and
enjoyed reading it again. It
illustrates the great change that
has happened in our country
and in the way we think. Let
me share it with you.
Bro. Exum,
In your sermon last night you
mentioned going to the movies
when you were a kid. Well, in
Hartselle, Alabama, when I was
a kid, proper Christian young
people were not allowed to go to
movies. I asked my Mother,
"Why"? She said, "Because in
the dark of the theater they show
things on the screen that incite
lust in the hearts of little
children."
Since I didn't have any idea
what lust was, I wasn't too
impressed. All I knew was that
on Saturday afternoon all my
little friends went to the theatre
on Main Street to see Roy Rogers
and Dale Evans and I didn't get
to go!
One day somebody wrote to
the preacher my Mother listened
to on the radio every day and
asked himf it would be okay to
go see a '"good clean movie" He
said, "Would you get a good
clean biscuit out of the slop
bucket?" Since I didn't know
what a slop bucket was either, I
still wasn't too impressed. All I
knew was when I looked at all
my little friends when they got
back from the movie on
Saturday, I didn't see any lust
and they all looked just the same
to me.
When I went to visit my Aunt
on the farm, I found out what a
slop bucket was. It is where they.
raked all the table scraps in after
supper and then poured the dirty
dish water on top and took it
down to feed the pigs. I thought
it over and decided that maybe
this unappetizing concoction was
what Roy Rogers fed his horse
Trigger that made him run so
fast.
When my cousin and I took
the slop to feed the pigs after
supper, I always worried about
getting finished and back to the


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house before dark. I knew that
all that slop in connection with
the dark must be what incites the
lust in the hearts of little
children. One night we didn't
make it in time to feed the pigs
before dark and I was so scared I
lay in,.the bed all night-awake.
worrying about going to hell.
' This all tells inm that nui' tMat
I'm an adult and the mother of
thirec., that childrini discrve a
clear reasonable .rphlanation of
what is iight and wrong and
why!
If you ever choose to use this
silly but true'story, feel free to do
so. I have several others and I
may just write a book myself
someday ifI ever find the time.
Signed Hesta Atkins

Well, Hesta, I finally got
around to sharing your story
with my readers.
The conclusions you draw
are not only true but need to be
printed. Paul wrote,
"Wherefore don't be unwise
but understanding what the will
of the Lord is ... For
whatsoever things are true,
whatsoever things are honest,
whatsoever things are just,
whatsoever things are pure,
whatsoever things are lovely,
and whatsoever things are of
good report; if there be any
virtue, and if there be any
praise, think on these things"
(Ephesians 5:17; Philippians
4:8).
When I was just a young
preacher of 18, I was invited to
speak to a rather large presti-
gious congregation. At that
time in my life, I felt most
movies were sinful. This was
60 years ago. I wentrto a
number of theaters in Miami
and was given a dozen of full
size advertising placards
showing things that were just


on the edge of being obscene.
Some were just too bad to put
up in any church building. My
plan was to stop the movie
industry with one shot. I
arrived early and displayed
them across the front of the
auditorium and sat back and
waited for my turn to speak.
The church leaders were
absolutely shocked to see this
stuff displayed before their,
congregation, even though
many that were there had been
to see the very movies that
were advertised. And to my
chagrin, I didn't stop the movie
industry either. I didn't even
put a dent in it.
. The point that Hesta makes
is really our present need. Our
kids need-parents that not only .
have the time, but are willing to
do the necessary research to
know the kind of movies that
are available and the ones that
should be thrown in the "slop
bucket." Today, moviesmay be
a minor threat to our children
when you see what is readily
available on TV in our living
room ... God help us now that
computers are on the scene
and the slime of the "slop
bucket" is readily available by
pressing a few keys.
While Hesta's mother may
not have given a reasonable
answer to her questions, she
was concerned about what her
children would be exposed to
in the dark of the movie house.
A wise King Solomon wrote,
"My son, hear the instruction,
of your father, and forsake not :
the law of your mother; for they
shall be an ornament of grace
about your head and chains
about your neck ... Keep your
heart with all diligence for out
of it are the issues of life"
(Proverbs 1:8-9; 4:23).
Our kids need our love and
instructions more than
thoughtless rules and
restrictions. It doesn't take a
village to raise kids but it
does take parents that love
them and have the time to
teach and lead them.
God help us, we need it
S*Jack Exum is a minister and.
motivational speaker. He is an
Amy-Award winning religious
writer and resides in Lake City.


COMMENTARY


Lessons on


fatherhood

I t's not often, but every once in a while I
read a book that makes me laugh, and
cry, and everything in between, even in
public, so that I have to look around and
squeamishly wonder who might be
watching.
So it was when I opened just the first few
pages of the just-released 'To Own a Dragon:
Reflections on Growing Up Without a Father,"
by Donald Miller and John MacMurray
(Navpress).
Most unsolicited books I receive for review
head straight for the donation bin if I can't track
down the UPS man fast enough to give them
back. But this
one, this one
caught my eye, .
almost certainly
because I'm 'T
raising four
kids on my
own, and
wondering
every dayif I Betsy Hart.
can really have wwwbetsyhort.net
any idea what
they are going
through. I'm convinced that 'To Own a
Dragon" gave me a glimpse into their world,
and especially the world of my son.
There is so much psychobabble out there
about broken families and divorce. Put those
aside. While directed at young men without
dads and those who are helping to mentor
them, there are lessons in 'To Own a Dragon"
for all of us.
Miller, also the author of the best-selling
"Blue Like Jazz" and other books, talks about
his journey in looking for male role models.
Some were not so great, like the "pothead"
landlord's son who got.dragooned by Miller's
mom into taking him on a father/son campout
And some were terrific, like the youth minister
at church who got him interested in writing.
One was lifesaving: John MacMurray, whose
family he lived'with as a young man, where he
finally learned that playing."your music as loud
as you-want and-coming home drunk.aren't- eal
life. Real life, it turns out, is diapers anid
lawnmbwers, decks that need painting, a wife
who needs to be listened to, kids who need to
be taught right from wrong, a checkbook, an oil
change, laughter at the kitchen table."
Miller's book is, sort of a "what a dad, my
dad, should have taught me, but what I was
finally able to grasp from good male mentors"
about responsibility, work, love, relationships,
authority, what it means to be a man, and
coming to believe that every one of us really
matters. He describes reading a book in which
Dwight Eisenhower said his mother and father
made an assumption that set the course of the
general's life: "That the world could be fixed of
its problems if every child understood the
necessity of their existence."
This proposition; radical to Miller at the time,
so different from what he had sensed as a child,
set him on a course toward healing and to
coming to believe that in a very real way his
Heavenly Father was and is "fathering" him.
Miller is a Christian, but writes in a way that
is so non-preachy some Christians give him a
hard time about it There's no whining or
self-indulgence in the book. Instead, Miller
strikes an amazing balance he rips himself
open, sharing extraordinary and often painful
insights, and yet never once appears as a
candidate for the "Jerry Springer Show."
At no point did I find myself thinking "too
much information." Instead, I found myself
believing that he was giving a voice a
hopeful voice to what my own children and
so many other children must be experiencing in
navigating a life without their dad.
Miller closes by explaining that his hope for
writer and reader alike is that they can both be
"wounded healers," and so touch others.
Surely for Miller, it's "mission accomplished."
Betsy Hart is the author of "It Takes a Parent:
How the Culture of Pushover Parenting is Hurting
Our Kids and What to Do About It."


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Dow Jones

industrials

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11,021.59
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DEC JAN FEB MAR


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438.74 346.46 Dow Utilities 411.88 +.22 +.05 +1.67 +13.86
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743.04 570.03 Russell 2000 738.44 -1.72 -.23 +9.69 +14.50
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COMMUNITY CALEN


* To submit your
Community Calendar
item, contact Todd
Wilson at 754-0428
or by e-mail at
twilson @
lakecityreporter.com.


Announcements

.CHS Senior Class
of 2006 Fundraiser
The CHS graduating class of
2006 is planning a fundraiser
-and the public is invited to join
the group for dinner and
dessert at Moe's and Moon
STime at 6 p.m., Monday. A
portion of all proceeds will go
directly to the class to help fund
,end-of-the-year activities. For
more information, call Sandy
'Carpenter at 755-8249.

Pregnancy Crisis Center
needing donations
- The Pregnancy Crisis Center,
.227 SW Columbia Ave., is now
accepting good quality
,donations for its upcoming
-yard sale on Friday. All
proceeds go to help pregnant
.women and their babies in
crisis situations. PCC offers free
"pregnancy tests, maternity and
baby clothing, baby furniture
and car seats, counseling and
'doctor referrals. For more
.information and location, call
'the center at 755-0058.

Disaster response
,volunteers needed
United Way. of Suwannee
.Valley, in collaboration with
"American Red Cross, is
:working to recruit volunteers to
,assist in disaster response.
Volunteers needed are
'shelter managers, shelter
workers, radio systems
-eoordinators and Emergency
Operations Center '
representatives. Training will be
'provided.
Please contact Vanessa
,Horman, long-term recovery
'coordinator, United Way of
Suwannee Valley, 752-5604, if
iyou would be willing to
'participate in training to prepare
'you.to serve your community in
,'the event of a disaster.


A fibrornyalgiaiCFS support
group will meet at 6:45 p.m ,
the first Wednesday of each
'month at Hopeful Baptist,
Church. Call 752-4135 for more
information on the group or for
;directions to the church.

'ATA Taekwondo offers a
,rape prevention workshop
Sepulveda's ATA Taekwondo
will teach a rape prevention'and
,awareness class from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., March 18. The loca-
lion will be announced in the
luture. The cost of the event is
S$15-with all proceeds going to
.the March of Dimes. The class
is for women age 14 and up.


The workshop consists of learn-
ing simple techniques for self-
defense, including striking posi-
tions and vital target areas of
an attacker. Avoidance
measures also will be taught.
Call 755-1413 for more
information.

Today

Home and Patio
show coming today
The Lake City Home and
Patio Show is set for, this
weekend, at the Columbia
County Fairgrounds.
The show is organized by the
Rotary Club of Lake
City-Downtown and sponsored
by the Lake City Reporter.
Downtown Rotary organizes the
event as its largest fundraiser of
the year and it returns the
proceeds to the community
through various projects.
Exhibit booths are available
for area businesses that wish to
show their merchandise or
purchases.
Admission is free.
For more information on the
Lake City Home and Patio
Show, contact Debbie Myles,
Downtown Rotary president, at
752-6575.

Benefit day planned
for Darlene Griffis
A benefit day for Darlene
Griffis has been scheduled for
11:30 a.m., today, at the Lulu
Community Center. The benefit
is intended to assist Griffis, who
is battling cancer. A chicken
pilau dinner will be served and
there will be a drawing for a
quilt. Donations also can be
made to the cause at Lulu
Advent Christian Church, 8479
SE SR 100, Lulu, FL 32061.
Checks should be earmarked
for the Darlene Griffis fund.

Monday,


Lake City Recreation Girls
AAU Basketball Tryouts will
take place from 4-5:30 p:'mt.,
Monday to Wednesday at the
Richardson Community Center.
The tryouts are for girls.
15 years .of age and under and
there is a $30 fee for each
player.
For more information, contact
Wayne Jernigan or Teresa
Harris at 758-5417.

Tuesday

Blue-Grey Army meeting
planned for Tuesday
The Blue-Grey Army's
Olustee Festival wrap-up


meeting is planned for
5:30 p.m., Tuesday at the
Columbia County Public Library
in downtown Lake City. The
meeting is a general gathering
to hear committee reports from
workers who participated in the
festival. For more information,
contact Faye Bowling-Warren at
755-1097.


The Alternative Investment
sub-committee of the Lake City
Community College Foundation
will meet at noon, Tuesday in
the Lake City Community
College Foundation Board
Room, downtown Lake City. For
more information contact
Mike Lee, executive director of
the LCCC foundation at
754-4392 or 754-4433.

LCCC offers dating,
Domestic Violence Program
The Florida Coalition Against
Domestic Violence, in
partnership with the Florida
Department of Children and
Families and Lake City
Community College, will host
its annual rural conference
Tuesday through Thursday, at
Lake City Community College.
Titled "Behind Closed Doors IX:
Breaking the Silence in Rural
Communities," the conference
will include sessions on
disabilities and domestic
violence, screening and
assessing for domestic violence
in a health care setting, and
care for the caregiver, among
others. Of special interest is
"The Yellow Dress," a program
designed to help reduce dating
violence. This session, free and
open to the public, will be at the
college's Alfonso Levy
Performing Arts Center, at
6:30 p.m., Tuesday.
The annual conference
begins at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday,
and ends at 4:45 p.m.,
Thursday. On-site registration is
available. The cost of.
registration is $15 to cover the
cost of lunch on Wednesday
and Thursday, as well as. ,
conference maiernals.
For more information, contact
Donna Fagan, president of the
FCADV board of directors, at
(386) 719-2757, or Pal
Shimanky at the statewide
FCADV office, (850) 656-6985.

Wednesday

Newcomers schedule
regular monthly meeting
The regular monthly 'meeting
of the Lake City Newcomers
Club will take place at
11:15 a.m., Wednesday, at the
Quality Inn on U.S. 90. Cost of
the buffet luncheon is $10.


The guest speaker will be
Harvey Campbell from the
Columbia County Tourist
Development Council. Come
and learn about what is hap-
pening now and in the future for
Lake City. All members, guests
and friends are welcome.
For any further information,
call 754-2695 or 754-2747.


The Early Learnihg Coalition
of Florida's Gateway, Inc., will
host a board meeting at 9 a.m.,
Wednesday, at the Columbia
County School Board Office,
Room 130. There will be a
program/quality meeting
immediately following the board
meeting. The coalition oversees
the state and federal funding for
all school readiness programs
from birth to age 5 for
Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette,
Suwannee, and Union
Counties.

Take Stock in Children
meeting Wednesday
The Take Stock in Children
Board of the Lake City
Community College Foundation
will meet at noon, Wednesday,
in the Lake City Community
College Foundation Board
Room, downtown Lake City. For
more information contact Linda
Williams, program coordinator,
at 754-4392 or 754-4433.

CC/IDA board plans to
meet on Wednesday
The Columbia County
Industrial Development
Authority Board Meeting is
scheduled for 11:30 a.m.,
Wednesday, at the
Lake City-Columbia County
Chamber of Commerce office,
162 S. Marion Ave., Lake City.

Friday

Saturn Spectacular
'set for LCCC on Friday
Join Lake City Community
College faculty, stall and stlu-.
.dents on.,Friday for a night of
"stargazing" and planetary
observation.
From 8 to 10 p.m., the
college's telescopes will be set
up behind the campus baseball
field to observe both Saturn and
the Moon. Saturn is at an
optimal position relative to
Earth for spectacular views of
this giant planet and its ring
system. This event is free and,
open to the public.
Visitors are welcome to bring
their own binoculars and
telescopes, but no ilashlignts as
they can disrupt nighttime
vision. Light refreshments will
be provided by the LCCC


Alternative Investment Early learning board
meeting set for Tuesday to meet Wednesday


Student. Activities Office. If the
sky is overcast the event will
take place on the following
night. Visitors should park in the
lot next to the baseball field and
follow the signs to the observ-
ing location.
For more information contact
Robert Gramer, LCCC
associate professor of physics,
at 754-4488 or e-mail
gramerr@lakecitycc.edu.

Coming Up

Alachua Art Festival
coming in March
ALACHUA The Alachua
Art Festival will be from.
10 a.m.-5' p.m., March'11 and
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday,
March 12. Free admission,
parking, fine art, craft, music
and food.
For more information,
contact T-N-T Events at
(352) 546-2322.

Deadline for group
cruise is March 11
The Lake City AARP Chapter
is planning a group cruise to
the Bahamas. The three-night
cruise is for AARP members
and prospective members
interested in joining the local
organization.
The cruise will depart Port
Canaveral on July 28, and be a
three-night event to the
Bahamas.
Registration deadline is
March 11. For more information,
call 755-0019.

AARP plans to meet
March 11 at lodge
The Columbia County
Chapter of the AARP will meet .
at 11 a.m., March 11, at the
Masonic Lodge on McFarlane
Avenue in Lake City. The topic
for the month will be city
improvements with
Harvey Campbell of the
Downtown Action Committee
speaking to the group.
The meeting is free to attend.
For those residents 50 years
old or older, membership in-the--
organization is $3 per year.
For more information, call
758-7454 or 754-2695.

Fundraiser targets
breast cancer awareness
SA 'Tough Enough to Wear.
Pink" Rodeo Hoe Down Dinner.
for the purpose of raising
money for breast cancer
awareness is set for 6 p.m.,
March 11, at the Columbia
County Fairgrounds Banquet
Hall.
A live and silent auction will
be conducted to raise money in
conjunction with the Florida
Gateway Pro Rodeo.


OBITUARIES


;Kay Cannon Kurtz
K.., Crnon Kurtz, 82, of Lake City
pa-,ed a..'\ Thursday, March 2,
bJl ath Thec Health Center of Lake
'Cni\ Kai, ',.a bom in Lake City,
FL'on No'. ember 28, 1923. She was
riamcd Sjll3 Kate White and was
*the dJuchier ol Jack W. White and
Nellie \\ illianim White, who had just
hio ed to L-ke City from Asheville,
iNC. A: "Kate White", she was a
iiraduate of the Columbia High
School Clajs of 1941.
'Being .1 er, ctive, and energetic
pern ri' th a good business mind,
Lhe se!f-declared "Ka,,"'accomplish-
ed much in her lifetime'. From the
hp',.i id,J of Jacksonville during
'World War II to operating her own
'busin -scs in Clear' after. Auburn-
d-ale. High Springs, and. Lake City,
%FL. long .. ilh intermtuient stints
doing bothi bookkeeping and secre-
'tanar l rk for others. Ka) .' as are-
.'l dynamo. She i'as best known in
,Lake Cii, as co-owner of Modern
Nlemnorijl, a monument company,
'and tor her communil', service.'
Not being .tifited ~ iih just the
business life, Kay gave her all to
er.ail organization'. She held vari-
.oius oltfice in the Parent Teacher
Association, Band Boosters, her
.First Baptist Sunday School
'Classes, The Woman's Club, and
"The Garden Club. She was on the
founding Board of Directors of the
Columbia ARC-Advocates for Citi-
zens with Disabilities. Above all of
these, however, her passion was the


honoring of America's war veter-.
ans. She volunteered thousands of
hours at the Veterans Administra-
tion Medical Center, having started
doing so as a teenager. Kay contin-
ued this passion by holding every
office, at one time or another, in the
American Legion Post 57 Auxiliary
of Lake City. For Kay, The "coupe
de gras" ofher service in the Auxili-
ary was being elected President of
the Department of'Florida for that
organization in 1975. She later held
that same office for the Veterans of
World War I Auxiliary. (Her father
served in WW I.)
Kay also tried her hand at local poli-
tics. She ran for mayor of Lake City
in 1976, and is believed to be the
only woman to have ever done so.
Although shle did not win, she did
not let that deter her from communi-
ty service. She later was appointed.
by Governor Law.ton Chiles to the
Columbia County Housing Authori-
i\ Board of Directors and served in
that capacity until a debilitating
stroke in 1995.
Kay was preceded in death by her
only son, Ronald Anthony Snipes,
three sisters, Helen Baldwin, Edith
Sherlin, and Florence Johnson, and
her beloved son-in-law, Jerry Lang.
She is survived by her. daughter,
Vicki Lang of Lake City, grandson
Jason Lang (Brenda Burch) of Pal-
atka, FL, and grandson Justin Lang
(Linda), great-granddaughter Riley
Lang, step-great-grandchildren Jor-
dan, Amber, and Braeden Lechman,
and a sister, Ruth Johnson, all of


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ew, and their subsequent progeny.
also survive. .
Visitation with the family will be
held from 4:00-6:00 Sunday after-
noon at the funeral home. PRI-
VATE Graveside funeral services
for Mrs. Kurtz will be conducted on.
Monday, March 6, 2006 at Memori-
al Cemetery The family request that
in lieu of flowers, donations be
made to Columbia ARC (Advocates
for Citizens with Disabilities) 512
SW Sisters Welcome Road, Lake
City, FL 32025, or Haven Hospice
of the Suwannee Valleyi, 618 SW
Florida Gateway Drive, Lake City,
FL 32024. Arrangements are under
the direction of GATEWAY-FOR-
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3596 S. HWY 441, Lake City. (386)
752-1954. Please .sign 'the guest
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Mrs. Eleanor Custer Cone
Mrs. Eleanor Custer Cone died
peacefully in her sleep on February
28, 2006 at her home ..
in Lake City,
Florida, at the age of
96. A resident
of Lake City for over
forty years,
Mrs. Cone was


active in the First
Presbyterian Church and the
A.A.U.W.
Born in Atlanta in 1909, Eleanor
was the fourth child of William
Vance Custer and Ruth Scott Cus-
ter. After settling in Bainbridge,
GA, her father served as judge of
'the Court of Appeals of the State of
Georgia. Eleanor excelled in athlet-
ics, academics, and music, graduat-
ing from Georgia State Teachers
College in Athens and Mercer Uni-
versity in Macon:.
During the Depression, she taught
high school history and coached
basketball. She remembered when
the county could not afford to pay
tie te.iacler; The citizens gave them
free Iromi and board to finish out
ih[ c chl.-.ol ;ear.
In 1935, she married James Ingham,
Cone, an, Annapolis graduate and
Naval officer, with whom she trav-
eled to Trinidad and Panama as a
young wife.
Eleanor was often interviewed by
the newspaper about her experien-
ces as a Navy wife in Honolulu with
her infant daughter after the bomb-
ing of Pearl Harbor. During WWII
she spent many months in White
Springs, FL, with her in-laws, Dr.
and Daniel Newnan Cone.
As a Navy wife, she moved so often
that instead of counting sheep to get
to sleep, she would count the kitch-


ens she had cooked in. Eleanor and
Red raised three daughters in many
different states prior to settling in
Lake City in 1964, when Captain
Cone took, a teaching post at Lake
City Community College.
Eleanor was known as a lover of. lit-
erature, a charming and witty friend,
and loving wife and mother. She is
survived by, her daughters, Ruth
Bushara of Marshall, Virginia, Sal-
lie Weddell, and Susan Talgo, both
of Atlanta; GA, five grandchildren,
and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Cone wilL
be conducted at 2:30PM Sunday
March 5, 2006 in the sanctuary of
the First Presbyterian Church in
Lake City with Dr. Roy Martin offi-
ciating. The family will receive
friends one hour prior to the service
in the fnarthex of the church. Inter-
ment will be held in the Arlington
National Cemetery, next to her late
husband, at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to the, First .Presbyterian
Church or the Columbia County Li-
brary.
The family will welcome friends to
the family home on camp street, fol-
lowing the funeral.
All arrangements are under the di-


reaction of Sherrill-Guerry Funeral
Home which is located one block
north of the' VA Hospital on Marion
Avenue in Lake City. (386) 752-
2211.

Joyce Linda Stamper
Joyce Linda Stamper, age 62,
passed away March 1, 2006.
Mama was the sweetest, and most
loving wife, morm, grandma you
could have.
She was born in Ormond Beach, FL.
and resided in Lake City, FL.
She was Baptist. No matter what
you read here, words can't explain
who she truly was. We will love and
miss her, but nqw she is with the
Lord and loved, ones that checked
out before her.
Survivors include her husband Wil-
lie A. Stamper; her son Shiloh W.
Stamper; daughter-in-law Miranda
L. Stamper, 5 grandchildren Branch
Stamper 4, Jasmine Stamper 2, Dan-
ielle 7, Megan 6, Rebecca 4.

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LCCC Board meeting
planned for March 14
The Lake City Community
College District Board of
Trustees will meet at 4 p.m.,
March 14, in the LCCC Board
Room. -
The District Board of
Trustees is appointed by the
governor and the trustees' term
is for a four-year period.
Anyone in the college's district
may send a nomination to the
governor for trustee
appointments.
A complete agenda will be
available prior to the meeting.
For more information contact
the public information office at
754-4248.
This meeting is open to the
public.

SRWMD governing
board to meet
The Suwannee River Water
Management District's
Governing Board will meet at
9 a.m., March 14, at the District
Headquarters, U.S. 90 East and
SR 49, in Live Oak.
The meeting is to consider
district business and conduct
public hearings on regulatory
and land acquisition matters.
A workshop will follow the
governing board meeting. All
the meetings are open to the
public.

Pro Rodeo coming to
Lake City March 17-19
The 12th Annual Florida
Gateway Pro Rodeo is set for
March 17-19 at the rodeo arena
at the Columbia County
Fairgrounds. The event is *
sponsored by Sunbelt Dodge
and Budweiser Select.
Tickets to the event are on
sale at Smitty's Western Store,
S&S Food Stores. Wilson Ace
Hardware, The Money Man and
the fair office. For more
information, call 752-8822,

-CARC Bowl-A-Thon-
coming up in March
The 13th Annual CARC
Bowl-A -Thon will be
March 18 at Lake City Bowl.
r The group is looking for
teams of five people to support
CARC while having fun
bowling.
Get together with friends,
coworkers, and others for a
good time while helping our
citizens with disabilities.
Bowling times will be
1-3 p.m. Team registration fee
is $50.
To register or-for more
information, call CARC at
752-1880.


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Pesticides found in nation's streams -


By JOHN HEILPRIN
Associated Press
WASHINGTON Most of
the nation's rivers and streams
- and the fish in them are
contaminated with pesticides
linked to cancer, birth defects
and neurological disorders, but
not at levels that can harm
humans.
Pesticides were found in
almost all U.S. rivers and,
streams between 1992 and
2001, says a study released
Friday by the U.S. Geological
Survey, although most
drinking water supplies haven't
been affected.
"While the use of pesticides
has resulted in a wide range of
benefits to control weeds,
insects and other pests, includ-
ing increased food production
and reduction of insect-borne
disease, their use also raises
questions about possible
effects on- the environment,
including water quality," said
Robert Hirsch, the USGS


Contaminated streams and ground water
One or more pesticides were detected in water more than 90 percent of the time during the year
in agricultural, urban and mixed-land-use streams. Atrazine Is one of three herbicides used on farms
that was most frequently found in agricultural streams.


Atraz ne in agricultural streams
Concentrations
a Low Medium e High

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associate director for water.
Pesticides were seldom
found at concentrations likely
to affect people, and they were
less common in groundwater.
But they were found in most
fish.
Most frequently detected in
agricultural streams were
three herbicides used mainly
on farms: atrazine, metolachlor
and cyanazine. Just last week,


...in shallow ground water in agricultural areas
Atrazine detection frequency
0 Not detected or negligible Medium (< 10 25 percent)
Z Low (< 10 percent) High (> 25 percent)


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the Environmental Protection
Agency settled a 2003 lawsuit
brought by the Natural
Resources Defense Council,
forcing the government to
assess whether atrazine
threatens the survival of
endangered Chesapeake Bay
sea turtles, endangered Texas
salamanders and 16 other
aquatic species.
Three other herbicides used


commonly in cities -
simazine, prometon and
tebuthiuron showed up
more often in urban streams.
The USGS looked for
100 pesticides, and found 40 of
them had a widespread pres-
ence in streams and sediment
.in both urban and agricultural
areas, at concentrations that
could affect aquatic life or fish-
eating wildlife. The pesticides
showed up more than 90 per-
cent of the time in the fish
tissue found in agricultural,
urban and mixed land-use
areas.
In each of the streams the
USGS studied, at least one
pesticide was detected. In
about 19 of every 20 streams
with agricultural, urban or
mixed land-use watersheds,
pesticide compounds were
found at nearly all times of the
year. The .most frequent
occurrence was in shallow
groundwater beneath
agricultural and urban areas.


OLYMPICS: 115 athletes take part in 23 different events
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volleyball and a few
wheelchair races.
For this year's summer
games, the ages of the athletes
ranged from 6-30 years old. -
'We have some upper-age
athletes that are participating
in bocce, but for the most case,
most of our participants are
school-aged students," Brown
said. "Special Olympics is tech-
nically from age 8 and up, but
we do allow some 6- and 7-year-
olds to compete, just so we get
to have them training at an
earlier age."
One of the most noticeable
changes for the 2006 event was
a larger number of participants,
volunteers, ,coaches and
dignitaries in attendance.
Brown attributed the high
attendance rate to good weath-
er and the increasing number
of students entering the local
school district. He said up to


seven locals schools
represented at the event.
"Special Olympics is a
sporting activity for our mental-
ly-challenged individuals in the
world," he said. "Special
Olympics is a worldwide organ-
ization and we want to have the
same opportunities for our
mentally-challenged athletes
here in Columbia County. If we
don't provide the opportunity,
they sit around and actually do
nothing.
'They may compete in just a
walk, but that's their event and
when they get on the award
stand, they're excited about the
.ribbon they receive for doing
that walk. They cherish their
sport just as much as a regular
athlete cherishes football, bas-
ketball or whatever their sport
is. They train for it and they are
rewarded for their training."'
A huge number of


volunteers also pitched in to
make the games eventful for
the participants.
Shawana Wilson, volunteer
coordinator for the 'local
Special Olympics, said Friday's
games had about 75-80 volun-
teers, including children and
adults.
"It's important to have volun-
* teers at the event because it
moves things along at a
smoother pace," she said.
"Also, a lot of our athletes need
that extra moral support and,
encouragement and when you
have a volunteer walking side-
by-side (with the athlete) what
better support can you have
than someone that's your own


special cheerleader.
"It's important and Special
Olympics is a wonderful occa-
sion and everyone who has
nothing to do should come and
volunteer because you're
making a contribution to a
child's life."
Katherine Mills, Columbia
County Special Olympics pub-
lic relations person, said one
hallmark of this year's event
has been how smoothly the
event has been operated.
"So far everybody has loved
the games," Mills said. "The
way that they're doing them
now is the minute the event is
done, scores are tallied and the
ribbons are presented."


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touch that wasn't coated with a
brownish ,slime. I can't
describe. to you' how
depressing it was."
After surveying the wreck-
age, Louadrian and her family
decided they don't want to go
back to New Orleans, where
they lived all their lives.
They're 'looking for property
to buy a mobile home and are
finally feeling like Lake City is
home.
"Somebody asked me if I'd
like to live in another location
nearby and I said 'I think not,"'
Louadrian said. "I've become.
adjusted to Lake City." I
With their car, the women
plan to attend more bridge
games. Louadrian wants to


start volunteering and Stella
wants to join a gardening
group.,
"I like it here. I'm a country
girl," Stella said. "I love
growing plants and staying
outside and.being in nature."
Louadrian said she feels
"blessed" to have transporta-
tion now and can't wait to write
the donors a "thank-you"
letter. The women said they
don't know what they would
do without the help of Catholic.
Charities and the generous
people of Lake City.
"We've never been treated
so royally," Stella said.
"Nobody ever treated us this
well."


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255 S 'V Main BIM d.
Lake City
752-2480

Ronsonet
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-90 E. Dual St. I (.S. 90 East I
Lake (:it. FL .3205
1-386-752-2180

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FOOD STORES
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COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL
LAKE CITY 386-755-2458
LIVE OAK 386-362-4422
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JORDAN'S CONCRETE
Footers House Floors Drivwa/ji
Shops Paios Sidev,/lks Addtitons
"QUALiT EORK AT A [AiR P3R"
T, 386-755-4919
Licensed & Insured FREE ESTIMATES


HiGH SPRINGS ,NGLICAN FELLOWSHIP
I.;,t-4 I~'1 .. iw Fir-s Sueel
SN-', eniih Day Adevenri Churchi
sunca', 10U iOAM
hirp-'/V .i...gw arlih al-tt liov.'shlp tur.'.
P,Jior. R'e. ludiaL.ahls

BERB B.PTIS CHURCH
Fl47 S 755-tllO
Sunduv Sd ihuol 9 '1,AM
sunida' \.irshtp li' 45AJ\l a 7PM
'."-'diie'dt' Lie Serocti 7'PM
P'.jm r Lairt', S',ajt

FELLOWSHIP BAPST CHURCH
L 2 -'West uTr -2 \Wer
Sunda,i hooil 10 AM
sunr WNttr.Up I! AM .. I'M
WId rHight Serkvice 7 PM
ei lirhn Hrrinorj, P, ior


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"The Place for New Beginnings!"
Pastor Troyq Varnum
SUNDAY


Bible Srtdy
Molnting Worship
Sund,j\ Evirtrip W ship
WEDNESDAY


9 15 AM
10:30 AM
6 oY PM


Fanuly Suppe 5 0 fiPM
ltude!,r Miriil n 6 ul0PM
Pra.'er & Bible Stud' h 15 PM
fhldien's MJirstr; 6 i' PM
I' b.k ks Eastiol ijS-A-I11 n H tvy', ii
iiniv D invn n I.a e c 31 755422


Grave Cui-nant Baptist ChLuch
4471 US Hwy 90 West
(I milenuestl l 1-75
Sunday Sern ices
utinda' S-chIl- l n A'l.iVNM
Wnrship 1 O 310l
Avmra 2:OO.iPM
BLIh:i Sitd, li6-0PM
W-',.- -n-sdt', aVF'a!, em r'3liM
Pator Rus-ell TaylL
itur.it Phoin 752'-ul7

OUVET MISSIONAR BAPTIST CHURCH
511 N E DavisStUeel
Iilh8 752.11'J0l
Ron lId V WSalteis. Pastir
itinda', SChol.I 9 4..kM
Sunday Morning Wlorshp 11.110AM
Wed Md-Week Worship t'600PM
"In God's Wnrd, Wdil & Wa\

PAR KVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH
2t N"W Lake leifiey Rd 7';: -'.hi
La.ke I Iy, Floridi 32055
Sunday Serices
Early Worship 831 AM


Bitble Study
Morningl-..ilip
Evening Wor.,hip
Wed. Ee Schedule
Family. Supper iReservanton.
'Iouth Worship
Pr ter Meeung



945 AM
- I ou AMI
t.flIJ PM

5PM
5 il' PM
b PM


Pas tr jouephl M IBuller


CELEBRATION COMMUNITY CHURCH
Hwy 47 between Ft. While & Columbia City
unddi, Services
Bible stud" 9AM
Worship I). iAM
Wedriisd r Ev'.ning Si hedule
AWA IA f30PMl
Pilae, nd Bible study 7 PM
Pasioi Dick Shorr 754-1144


HOPEFUL BAFrIST CHURCH
"The Caring Place"
4 IS to CHS. left un C-'. 2.2
toC) ( 245 lPrice Creekl.
right on Picke Creek 2 mdles. 752 11 .5
Wo'tship S-vliceqL .?o'& &I 11AM
ih'idden's Church e 3tj & II kI
'Sunday Sihuol '45 1kM
Evrruingurship 7 PMI
Wednesday Schedale
F irntly Supper t PM
'iuti Servitce i645 PP I
Childierin Choi ,:4.- PMI
Bible Studv i-. 15 PM
[ tur 'i' Provided
SALE M PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Sunday Services iho i AM
Pastor Elder Heiman Gritlin
752-4198

SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
600 E Bava Atenue
Bible Study 9:15 A1M
Sun Morn. Worship 10.30AM
Sunday Eve. b L5'PM
Wed. Prayve Meeting ,ti5 .PM
NURSERY P~it DED

TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH
ITndependent b.ipisti
144 SE Monnrose Ave. 752-4274
Sunday School i0A AM
Sun Morn. Worship 11AMI
Sunday Eve i PM
Wed. Prayer Meertng 7 30 PM
Pastor Mike Norman


EPIPHANNY'CAMHOLICCHURCH
3,0iS Marion St 752-4,470
saiurdaV'igl lMass ... -j PM
Sunday Mas ..8 15AM. 10 311 AM.
5h00 PM iSpanislhEngishi
Sac ir ent ol Penance Saritrdi,'
I k hi before 7PM Mass.
and I12hr before !i.:30 AM
Mass on Sunday



L\KE CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Hw 247 S.* 55.9436


Sunday School
Sun Morn. Worship
Wed Prayer Mee-ing


1930 AM
10- 0 AM
7PPM


FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Located at Hwy 4 South &.
McFarlane Ave.* 752 3900
Sunday School lall ages 10.0(I AM
Worship 1 011 AM
Pastor Re' Larry L. Yeatoni


CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST
"Where Christians Meet"
61 30 S US 141
75,5-1320
Sun. AM Bible Classes 9 j4AM
Sun AM Assembly 10.301J'M
Sur PM Assembly 6.00PM
Wed PM Bible Clas..es 7:00PM
tMiruter Dems Weslon

LAKE CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST
3614 Hwy 4.7 South*752--60101
Sun Bible Study 9 MM
Sun. Morn. Worship 10 lAM
Sun Evening Worship 6PM
Wed Bible Study 7 ii) PM
Minister RyanTuien


So. Marion St.*.758-1506


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H[,, 47 Niuth 7V.m.
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-. locality become so
c -- united % ilh
all (lie routes around
toiwn that they paI no
attention to the signs
posted along the way.
For the traveler, the signs
are very important. A
stranger looking for the
%vay to get %vlhere he's
going is watching for
information. His eyes are
open to pointers: he is
searching for guidance.
Jesus said. "For
every one %%ho asks
receives: he who seeks
finds...." (Nlatthew 7:8).
Signs are everyw here for
us to follow We only have
to look and ask.
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LAKE.CI i CHURCH O iF G O
ilr7 Ertirir t 'l. *
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Sur Worrlhip il'til,.M .. i-( ii ',
\ked. Fan EnY bNich I i'


B\ANGEL :H11RC(H0FGOD
F. 2 :' : ri',,vlr.i'.A t;,:i. :*> -2i'4.
%iird ii, s ',.,i l 4 4 l"
s .l Jr d '!.i.r hllip Ill 11. ..' :, .,1.I
I.Itd Spiriidl [ntit:i l t-irn.. .''l
"'A.h,., i 'i.,uth t hurkh
L'o am, M r ti, hlu L,'
ibl Sud\
i hstor lohn I lilha,. .


ST. IAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
i.ntritn M id irl,an7 b.isc'Irtn r ti
81 IV 'Ijlorei.
L l.e r.,L FI .i'JS t',7 75 '2 I
fm jil a.I -.r : ,i'atll .lti. net
lil, EuLliartXlt I ved 5 ..'.lP'M
H :.l, Euiii.h,-i'-,ul IAM 11.1 :01
Sunday vhunl h -' 'UiAl
F.ll,,'u -itp Dinnerlst 'Ird Sun u fil tM
'U,. Cla,-'ei.iMui l. juPM I Wed H tOAI iIl
Supply PrIei TI,:1 ''.. Dr iD- l, t. Irnt r
lie Ioti I ho Rie'. itn i :ti: l iinsiin-per
tii ci,:,':'i ,t Mr usiu Dr VJion ,, i..",
t e il U U1on-RI

BETHELEHEM LLITHERAN
I nil. 'n,'uh ru n H,'. 41
Sunldt y, S.ll.u il 1I 0 ,'0 .
Sun ilirning .vohip !1 00A
Pajsr,:,[ .'tIl t[ir Fo k.

OUR REDEEMER LUrHERAN CHURCH
LC MS
1 l'' ile,-'S ti-. or, 14; 4
755.4299
Sunday Semaces. 9 J3RA1!
(NurerT PT'jided'
Chnrian Educ jinri HIu-i
Fnit all JagS at 1. M':, M
Pastnr Re' Bruce Allret

SPIRIT OF CHRIST LUTHERAN
H, l, i 5 rmile,- We, ul i5 752.3807
StrJ., WorVsihip I3I'M
Farrldy Night Moniti1v
Call fur Detail' Handmip Acceaitbli
Pdaitir ljanes he'uare


L4KE CITY CHURCH OF IHE NALARENE
Seri es
Sunday School 4:45AM
Suidav Wor-ship I I fLilAM, 6 31'PM

Adult 'iijuh Mmilrnr ., Children's Mtnistiv
Dare-ro.Cie lMuitiatr
Nitt-rer, Piooded
stV 4; and .a ea Park Place
Fornntlv Tinir,1 Cjiuard uf the Nazaiene


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
973 5 Marion Ave.
Sunday Schuotl t.45 AM
Sunday Mlurning\Vorship
Coniemporaiy Service 8:30 AM
Tradininail Service 11-I00.1 M
Program opportunities avaiJabie
in .ll areas ,fr all aget
For a crmplere schedule
roriat church oiffic it 752-44-.8
Pmstwr: David Paul

PLEASANT GROVE UNITED
METHODIST
CHURCH
I mile S. ot 1-75 on SR 47 752-3316
Sunday Mormung Worship 11 I0JAM
Nursery Proinded
Pasror. Dand FKia

W \SLEY MEMORIAL. UNITED
1272 SW Mc Farlane 752-3513
viw wesii le\lrnieni.iom
iAdjacent to Summers Schooli
Sunday School 9 45 AMl
Sunday Worr.lup 8 I AAl &, Iti 4t.,&A-,
'ouith Meeutng r PMI
Piaise & Wtship 6 PM
NURSERI'f PRhOLiED
Pastnr Louie Mabrey

WATERTOWN CONGREGATIONAL
METHODIST CHURCH
U S 90 E rurn on Cortez ine(i to Quahl
Ind.i right on Ojinawa
Sunday Shool 9-L45 ,'
Sun tWot hip I LM,'i & 6PM
Wed. Night Serice 7 PM
Pastor, Randy Ogburn

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
12IJW Baya Ave. 752.-(JUh
Eatly- Cuntemprary Service 9.01 AM
Sundajv School 9:50 AMI
TIadinonal ,emce 11l:)00)AM
'inuLh Piogiarms on Wed
Kinderganien thru Sr High
NTr'sm) PRowLmi)
Pastor. Dr. Ro A. Martin
Astuciate Pastor: Rev lance C. tjrk
Minister ol Music Bill Poplin

FIRST FULL GOSPEL CHURCH
NJE Vlano \\a & NE Washingtn St
Stm.tnv Sihool '100 tAM
Morning Wihtp 11 0p AM
Ecangeli tic Service 6 00 PM
ruth Sersies Wednesday 7 uuPM
Mid-week Senrice Wednesday 7.00 PM
For inl Caill 755 ;.rir8i Evr,'rone Wkome
Pastoi Rev. Sian Ells

DESTINY MINISTRIES OF LAKE CIT'
412 ldessouthf0on044l1
Morning Worbihp 10:30A.M
Children Chutch 0r30iAM
Pastor Rev itm Cheshire


To0avetie*. hi Curh ire-oya ll75-440


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KFC 752-1123
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and Try Our Delicious Buffet.


CHRII R l NTRAL MINISiRIESB
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CHRIS IAN HERILACGE CHURCH
rr ..Nl V .. IiluJamni h '-l
Sitnda cleFt ar',rt ; 31 M

A i-l., ail t u hr tJ-e Hurring"

MEADEMIINISTRIES
Llr I I'., 47 to' Columbia (l.C
o e i rule E.i-L.on:R CR 1
Siud.J IlAM ind 7PM
Nr, ru1.11setr3 ,idJable
spirit ille, Wuthipj
He.iing arid Detlserance


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N e H-,ar Mosley, President

Puon 752-2308

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BRIAN MEEK *
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HORIZON
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Lake City
386-755-4330




LAKE CITY
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BAYWAY,.,inorial Services
FIRE & after r Resoraon
Floor & Carpel Care
R ,. : .d ,-l, & ,:. ,r ,.i ,:] d
755-6142

BROWN-VANN
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U Carpet Vinyl Tile Wallpaper
5es 752-3420


POLLAM GMAZV
Eieryihing' A Dollar, Everyday!
New Items Arrive Weeklyg
Located Between Wal-Mart & Lowes


TIREMART OF LAKE CITY
"ir-r l.;r e,.ery need.
USL 9*' W'e.i.' .:r.-s from Wal-Mart
752-0054


Morrell's
Your Compleie decorating and
inic f turnrihings store
'.' i L (formerly PinemountRd.)
S, 00-597-3526
',1,, F, :*, i*',:00-5:00- Closed Sunday


ETERNAL ROCK MINISTRIES
315 NW Biow\n Rd.
Pjqtir David B. Sands* 752-6328
Sunday Sthool 9:t5AM
Morning Service 10:45N1
Evening Service 6:30PM
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7PM
FILING CREEK CHAPEL
killing CiE Ro ..id .1' 755-.I
first and Fturd Sundays9 Al A M
Set nd arid Fourth Sunday- 3:010 fM.
P['ii:'or. Re'. Cheryl R Piogel

KOL HA MASHLC H
Messianic Israel Congregation
PLnemountl W tou Bilev then leFf
'5'..79': or 25- 1868 fuo minfo
Sarurd iv Sabbath Tr.rah Si: '3PM
Tuesday Scnpture Study 7PM
lit iradiuTi ea month
Dlnf as W ,Ir lip Cla's 7PM .
leaching the Hebtrew Roots of the
,1hr-1uar Faith
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Translation of the Bible from language


to language took many centuries
Criticism CHRISTIAN CONCEPTS translates the Bible into
cCHRommonly levied "The grass withers, the flower fades, Latin. Many of the early


A by skeptics
against the
trustworthiness
of the Bible is, after several
millennia of transcription and
translation, how do we know
the Scriptures are accurately
preserved? How do we know
what God said then is what
we read now? Among Bible
scholars this is known as the
issue of textual corruption
due to the long period of
transmission.
Before addressing this
argument in the main, I wish
to make what should be a
salient point. It is only natural
to assume that any written .
work if copied over and over
again for 3,500 years (the
first 3,000 by hand) and
repeatedly translated from
one language to another
should contain a Inultitude of
mistakes. If, on the other


Gary B. King
gbktdwh@yahoo.com


hand, that same work can be
shown to be remarkably free
of error and transcribed with
uncommon exactitude, then
one must assume God not
only inspired such a work,
but also played an active role
in preserving it.
In the 22nd chapter of
Matthew beginning in verse
twenty-three, the Sadducees
confront Jesus. They do not
believe in the resurrection'
and relate an experience they
believe disproves it. Jesus
explains their argument is


but the word of our Goa
stands forever.",

Isaiah 40: 8
(NASB)


not valid and then in verse
thirty-two gives his argument
for the resurrection.
Jesus quotes Exodus
3:6 where God speaks to
Moses and declares, "I am
the God of Abraham, and the
God of Isaac, and the God of
Jacob" and offers the
following interpretation, "He
is not the God of the dead but
of the living."
Jesus' argument is this,
when God spoke to Moses,
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
had been dead for over
.400 years. Yet, God referred
to them in the present tense,
"I am." If God is referring to
them in the present tense,


even if their bodies are dead,
their spirits are alive and in
'His care. This interpretation
silenced the Sadducees.
Follow me carefully. Moses
wrote Exodus and the rest of
the Pentateuch 1,500 years
before Christ in Hebrew. The
rest of the Old Testament
canon followed and was
translated into Greek about
200 B.C. and become known
as the Septuagint. Jesus'
works and words are
recorded in the Gospels and
are joined by the rest of the
New Testament during the
first century A.D., which is
also written, in Greek. In the
fourth century, Jerome


English translations can find
their origins in the Latin
Vulgate. Since: the first
English version of the Bible
was printed, the English
language has undergone at
least five revisions.
Here is my point. After
3.500 years of transcription
and translation the tense of a
verb has not changed. If it
had Jesus' reasoning '
regarding the resurrection
would have been inscrutable.
When skeptics assailed the
scriptures, the French
Huguenots would offer this
poetic response, "Hammer
away ye hostile hands; your
hammer breaks, God's.anvil
stands."

* Gary B. King is a Christian
writer and speaker who lives in
Lake City.


CHURCH NOTES


Ladies Retreat
coming soon
[Yream Sparkes Ladies
Retreat at 7 p.m., March 17, at
Hopeful Baptist Youth Center off
Walter Little Road.
Refreshments will be served.
For more' information, call
466-0005.

Homecoming,.
service Sunday,
Homecoming, service will be
at Trinity Praise and Worship
Center at 11 a.m., Sunday. The
RiVer City Tribo from .Jacksonville
will be singing in themorning
service. Lunch will be served
after the morning service. For


more information, call 752-3706
or 752-4226.

Revival services
coming soon
Cornerstone Baptist Church
and pastor Marc Pargo will
have its revival March 19-22.
The revival will be at the Fort
White Community Center just
past the high school. A supper
will be served from 6-6:45 p.m.
A nursery will be provided for
children birth to 3-years-old.

Musical event
coming soon
Greater Truevine Baptist


Church will honor its pastor with
a musical event that will be
uplifting and inspire the spirit.
This event will take place at
6 p.m., on March 17-18.

Monthly mission
program planned
Greater Truevine Baptist
Church will have its monthly
mission -program at 11 a.m.,
March 12.
The speaker for this occasion
will be Rev. Dr. Antonio Carlisle.

Women's retreat
planned for today
Northern Florida Christian


Center will have a Women's
Retreat from 10 a.m.-noon,
today. A free lunch and gifts will
be provided and there is no
charge for the retreat.

Dance Anniversary
coming March 12
Union A.M.E. Church will be
celebrating its third praise
Dance Anniversary at 3 p.m.,
March 12.

Feast of Purim
coming soon
Come celebrate the "Feast of
Purim," at 7 p.m., March 14, at
Hineni Messianic Fellowship .
1797 Old Moultrie Road.


This year a special musical
tribute to Esther. Come
celebrate God, great
deliverance of his people Israel.
Taste traditional pastry known
as,,Hamentashen. For more
information, call (904)
940-5365.

Spring revival
coming soon
Mount Pleasant Missionary
Baptist Church of Springville
Community will have it's annual
Spring evival at 7 p.m., March
15-17. The evangelist will be Dr.
Craig P. Riley. The church is
located off of U.S. 41 North on
Suwannee Valley Road. For
more information, call
755-1099.


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BRIEFS

FORT WHITE BASEBALL
Dugout Club has
fundraisers today
The Fort White Baseball
Dugout Club is having a
yard sale and car wash
fundraiser today at Sherrod
Motors, in the southwest
corner of the old K-mart
shopping center.
The yard sale is 7 a.m. to
1 p.m.; the car wash is
8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Donations
will be accepted for the car
wash.
For details, call coach '
Mike Rizzi at 288-8680.

AAU BASKETBALL
Tryouts for boys
15-under team
Lake City/Columbia
County Parks and
Recreation Department's
AAU basketball tryouts for
boys 15-and-younger are
5:30 p.m., Monday, at the
Richardson Middle School
gym.
For details, call Joey
O'Neal at 752-8698.

Tryouts set for
14-under girls
Lake City/Columbia
, County Parks and
Recreation Department's
AAU basketball tryouts for
girls 14-and-younger are
4-5:30 p.m., Monday-
Wednesday, at the
Richardson Community
Center gym.
For details, call Wayne
Jernigan or Teresa Harrils
at 75s-5417
FORT WHITE SOCCER
Awards banquet
is today at school
The Fort White High
soccer banquet is today at
the school cafeteria. The
junior .varsity and middle
school awards presentation
is 5 p.m., followed by
dinner at 6 p.m. Varsity
awards will be given out
after dinner. Ken's
Bar-B-Que is
catering. Cost is $8 per
plate.
For details, call Annette
Mahony at 755-7288.
CHS GIRLS BASKETBALL
Awards banquet
set for Tuesday
Columbia High's girls
basketball team has its
awards banquet planned for
6 p.m. Tuesday at the First
Baptist Church Fellowship
Hall. Tickets are $10, at the
door.
For details, call coach
C.C. Wilson at 755-8122.
FORT WHITE SOFTBALL
Fundraiser for
booster club
Fort White High softball
players and coaches will
serve for tips at Phish
Heads restaurant from
5-9 p.m. Tuesday, as a
fundraiser for the Fort
White Softball Dugout
Club.
For details, call Laurie
Hodson at (386) 454-3305.

* From staff reports.

GAMES

Today
LCCC baseball at
Daytona Beach CC, I p.m.
Sunday
LCCC baseball vs.
Japanese Collegiate
Champions at University of
North Florida, 5 p.m,
Monday


LCCC baseball vs.
Seminole CC, 2:30 p.m.


Lady Tigers shock Lake Weir in district play


Columbia comes back
from 5-0 deficit to pull
out win in district game.
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityrepor ter. corn
After an emotional win over
Suwannee High the night before, the
Lady Tigers softball team had enough
left in the tank to pull out a 6-5 win
over visiting Lake Weir High on
Friday.
Columbia scored four runs in the
sixth inning to tie the game and won it
with one run in the seventh. Alisa Ring
led off the seventh inning with a
double to the opposite field. One out
later, Jamie Williams stroked a single


to center and Ring slid in ahead of the
tag at the plate for the winning run.
"You just don't quit till the last out,"
CHS head coach Jimmy Williams said.
'They did a very good job."
Columbia only had two hits -
two-out singles by Kori Drake and
Ring in the first inning to show for
four innings and, when Lake Weir
scored three runs in the top of the fifth
to go ahead 5-0, it looked like curtains.
But Columbia got on the board in
the bottom half of the inning. Ashley
Stalnaker had an infield hit, Janay
Economou walked, Amber Stormant
singled to load the bases and Chelsea
Blair singled in a run.
The Lady Tigers left the bases
loaded in the fifth inning, then Lake
Weir went wild in the sixth.


Starting pitcher Sara Resko walked
Michele Maxson and Williams to open
the inning. Jamie Ryan relieved, but
she walked pinch-hitter- Brittany
Coleman and Stalnaker to bring in one
run. Economou followed with a
two-run single to center field.
Stalnaker scored on a bunt by
Stormant to tie the game.
"We needed some base runners and
she was jamming us," Williams said. "I
told them to back up and make her
throw some pitches."
Williams relieved Melissa Deckard
and shut down the Hurricanes with
the help of a line-drive double play
started by Blair in the seventh inning.
"Melissa did a good job holding
them down and Jamie came in and
threw two good innings," Williams


said. "We are trying to ease her back
into the rotation."
Lake Weir fell to 8-3 and the loss
was the second for the Hurricanes in
District 4-5A play. Columbia improved
to 6-5 overall and 2-2 in district.
Columbia plays at Santa Fe High at
7 p.m. Wednesday.

Columbia tennis
Columbia's boys tennis team pulled
out a 4-3 win at Forest High on Friday.
Mallory Leighty (8-0), Kyle
Townsend (8-6) and Kyle Houston
(9-8, 7-2 tiebreaker) were singles
winners for the Tigers.
It came down to the No. 2 doubles
and Zach Waters and Townsend won
their match, 8-3, for the team win.


'Wolves drop



conference



opener, 7-6


LCCC comeback "It w
falls short as Santa game
we hav
Fe holds on for win. all yea
Tom C
By TIM KIRBY pathetic
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com do any
The
The inconsistent play of two inn
Lake City Community pull ou
College's baseball team con- Clark.
tinued into conference. Santa "We
Fe Community College beat Clark
the Timberwolves, 7-6, in much
Lake City on Friday. consta:
Lake City dug an early hole scoring
when the Saints used five hits game a
and two errors
to score six "We are alwa
runs in the sec-
ond inning, almost.We'v
Santa Fe added done too mu
another run in almost all yea
the eighth
inning, again We constant
aided by two have a guy i1
errors, and s .
needed it as scoring positi
the 'Wolves late in the gai
scored two and we don'
runs in the ,
second, eighth do the job.'
and ninth
innings. Tom Clark,
In the ninth Lake City baseball coa
inning, Lake
City scored two runs and had Zacher
the tying run at first base with the nin
no outs. Rene LeBlanc by a pil
relieved and struck out three Avery
batters while the 'Wolves were runs w
loading the bases. Brandc
Tyler Beranek was called second
out on strikes and, after the Jovan I
bases were juiced, Stephen bases.
Rassel went down swinging. The'
Luis Sanchez looked at a inning
called third strike on a
3-2 count to end the game.


vas our first conference
and it was the most runs
ve given up in an inning
ar," LCCC head coach
Clark said. "We played
c that inning. We didn't
thing right."
four runs in the final
nings and. a chance to'
t a win was wasted on
are always almost."
said. "We've done too
almost all year. We
ntly have. a guy in
g position late, in the
nd we don't do the job."
Sanchez'
ays strikeout
soured an
re outstanding
ch day. He had an
RBI-single in
ar. the second
fly inning and
n doubled in two
runs in the
on eighth.
ime Travis Jones
't was 4-for-5
, with a double
and stolen
base to lead
Lake City's
ach 13-hit attack.
Marquise
y pinch-hit to lead off
nth inning and was hit
tch. Jones doubled and
Johnson drove in both
ith a single to left field.
in Hall added his
hit of the game and
Rosa walked to load the
double in the eighth
by Sanchez scored
LCCC continued on 2B,


JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter
Lake City Community College start Jorge Charry was tagged with the loss as the Timberwolves
dropped their opening Mid-Florida Conference game, 7-6, to Santa Fe Community College.


Fort White softball falls to Dixie County


COREY DAVIS/Lake City Reporter
Fort White's Christa Strickland pitches in
Friday's game against Dixie County High.


Tillotson pitches seven
scoreless innings, but
Indians lose in eighth.
By COREY DAVIS
cdavis@lakecityreporter. corn
FORT WHITE Trailing 5-0 after
one inning, host Fort White could
have called it a night.
Instead, the Indians fought back
little by little before falling 8-5 in a
District 5-3A game to visiting Dixie
County Friday night.
Fort White junior pitcher Christa
Strickland survived a rough first
inning, giving up three runs on three
hits and two walks, before settling
down.
Jessie Chewning's two-RBI triple,
Katrise Kirkland's RBI single and
Shari Jeffries' two-RBI double gave
the Bears a 5-0 lead in the top of the
first inning.


Dixie added to its lead with single
runs in the second and third innings,
increasing their lead to 7-0.
Down 7-1, Fort White scored three
runs in the bottom of the fifth inning,
thanks to a hit by pitch with the bases
loaded and a wild pitch which allowed
Alexi Hodson and Jordan Spires to
score, cutting the lead to 7-4.
Dixie put the game away with a
single run in the top of the sixth
inning, despite a rally in the seventh
by the Lady Indians.

Fort White baseball
John Lowell's two-out, two-RBI
single down the third-base line
scored Aaron McCormick and Justin
Mauldin to give visiting Williston a
2-1 win over host Fort White Friday.
Indians starter Jacob Tillotson
threw seven innings of shutout ball,
striking out nine while walking two,
but got no decision.


Jeremy Harrell relieved Tillotson
in the eighth and got the first two outs
with grounders, before giving up a
single, a hit batter and the clutch hit.
A wild pitch scored Tillotson from
third in the bottom of the eighth
inning and moved Harrell to third
with two outs.
However, Elven Sheppard
grounded to pitcher Jiwan James to
end the game.
'Two evenly matched teams, we
learned tonight that we can play with
them," said coach Mike Rizzi. "This
was our first time playing them in our
schools history
"We have a lot to be proud of. I told
the team somebody has to come up
with the clutch hit. We had our
opportunities; we didn't capitalize."
Fort White (6-2, 3-1) hosts Santa Fe
High at 1:30 p.m., March 11, in a
non-district game.
The rematch with Williston is set
for 7 p.m., March 17, in Williston.


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ESPN2 -World Baseball Classic, pool A
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NBA standings

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pet GB
New Jersey 31 26 .544 -
Philadelphia 30 28 .517 I'/2
Boston 24 34 .414 7'/h
Toronto 20 37 .351 II
NewYork 15 43 .259 16'h
Southeast Division
W L Pct GB
Miami 37 20 .649 -
Washington 29 28 .509 8
Orlando 20 37 .351 17
Atlanta 19 38 .333 18
Charlotte 16 43 '.271 22
Central Division
W 'L' Pct GB
Detroit .47. 10 .825 -
Cleveland 33 26 .559 115
Indiana 29 26 .27 17


LCCC

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Hall, who was hit by a pitch,
and Rassel, who singled.
Sanchez singled in Jovan Rosa
(single) in the second inning
and Rassel, (walk) scored on a
ground out by Matt Turner.
. Starter Jorge Charry gave
up eight hits and six runs (four
earned) in six innings. He
walked two and struck out
two. He was rocked for a triple
and two doubles.
among n Brewer pitched
three innings, with four hits,
one unearned run, three walks
and two strikeouts.
. Despite committing five
errors, the Wolves threw out
two runners at the plate,
turned a double play on an
interference call, and Turner
threw out a runner on a steal
attempt.
For Santa Fe (8-8-1), Kyle
Cushenberry was 4-for-5 with
a double and Evan Baubles
had two hits including a
two-run triple. Billy Whitaker
was the winning pitcher.
Lake City (13-10) plays at
Daytona Beach Community
,College at 1 p.m. today in
another Mid-Florida game.
The 'Wolves face the
Japanes Collegiate Champions
at the University of North
Florida at 5 p.m. Sunday.


Milwaukee 29 29 .500
Chicago 26 32 .448
*WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division


Dallas
San Antonio
Memphis
New Orleans
Houston
No

Denver
Utah
Minnesota
Seattle
Portland

Phoenix
L.A. Clippers
L.A. Lakers .
Sacramento
Golden State


arthw


W L Pct
45 12 .789
45 12 .789
32 26 .552
31 27 .534
25 33 .431
vest Division
W L Pet
31 27 .534
27 30 .474
25 32 .439
22 36 .379
19 38 .333


Pacific Division
W L


Thursday's Games
Cleveland 92, Chicago 91
San Antonio 98, Dallas 89
Friday's Games
(Late Games Not Included)
Sacramento 102,Atlanta 93
Boston 99, Indiana 98
Chicago 108, NewYork 101
Philadelphia I 19,Washington 113
Denver at Houston (n)
Charlotte at Dallas (n)
Orlando at Phoenix (n)
L.A. Clippers at Utah (n)
Detroit at Seattle (n)
L.A. Lakers at Golden State (n)
Today's Games
Toronto at New Jersey, I p.m.
Atlanta at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
New York at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m.
Portland at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.
Orlando at Denver, 9 p.m.
Detroit at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Boston at Toronto, I p.m.
Sacramento at Washington, I p.m.
Indiana at Philadelphia, I p.m.
Phoenix at Dallas, 3:30 p.m.
Golden State at Minnesota, 3:30 p.m.
Chicago at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m.
Portland at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
Utah at Seattle, 9 p.m.
Memphis at LA. Clippers, 9 p.m.

College scores

Thursday
SOUTH
Alabama A&M 72,Jackson St. 62
Alcorn St. 84,Texas Southern 77
Grambling St. 69,Alabama St. 67
Southern U. 81, Prairie View 62
UAB 80, Memphis 74
MIDWEST
DePaul 108, Syracuse 69
Michigan St. 74,Wisconsin 65
SOUTHWEST
Ark.-Pine Bluff 68, MVSU 57
FAR WEST
Arizona 66,Washington St. 61
CS Northridge 82, Cal Poly 77
CaISt:-Fullerton81 UC Davis 63
Hawaii 61, New Mexico St. 56
Long Beach St. 82, UC Riverside 76, OT
Nevada 83, San Jose St..60
Pacific 64, UC Santa Barbara 36
Stanford 58, Southern Cal 56
UCLA 67, California 58, OT
Utah St.87, Fresno St. 77
Washington.91 ,Arizona St. 66
TOURNAMENTS
Atlantic Sun Conference
First Round
Belmont 90, Campbell 76
Gardner-Webb 64, ETSU 63
Lipscomb 78, Mercer 62.
Stetson 54, Florida Atlantic 44
Big South Conference
r Semifinals
Coastal Carolina 73,Charleston S'thern 67
Winthrop 77, High Point 65
Missouri Valley Conference
First Round
Evansville 52, Illinois St. 45
Indiana St.72, Drake 63
Northeast Conference
First Round
Cent. Connecticut St. 86, Sacred Heart 68
Fairleigh Dickinson 66, Quinnipiac 65
Monmouth, N.J. 74, Long Island U. 63
Robert Morris 67, Mount St. Mary's, Md. 66
Southern Conference
First Round
Appalachian St. 66,Wofford 65


The Citadel 65, Furman 53
UNC-Greensboro 69,W. Carolina 65

Top 25 schedule

Today's Games
No. I Duke vs. No. 13 North Carolina,
9 p.m.
No. 2 Connecticut vs. Louisville, 2 p.m.
No. 3 Memphis vs. Houston, 9 p.m.
No. 7 George Washington vs. Charlotte,
2 p.m.
No. 10 Illinois at No. 25 Michigan State,
Noon
No. I I.Tennessee atVanderbilt, 4 p.m.
No. 12 Boston College vs. Virginia Tech,
Noon
No. 14 Washington atArizona, 6 p.m.
No. 15 UCLA at Stanford, 4 p.m.
No. 16 WestVirginia at Cincinnati, Noon
No. 18 Kansas at Kansas State, 4 p.m.
No. 20 Georgetown at South Florida,
7 p.m.
No.21 LSU vs. Mississippi, 8 p.m.
No. 22 N.C. State at Wake Forest, 4 p.m.
No. 23 Iowa vs.Wisconsin, 4:30 p.m.
No. 24 Nevada vs. Fresno State, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
No. 4Villanova at Syracuse, Noon
No. 5 Gonzaga vs.TBA, 8 or 10:30 p.m.
No. 6 Texas vs No. 19 Oklahoma, 4 p.m.
No. 9 Ohio State vs. Purdue, Noon
No. 17 Florida at Kentucky, Noon

ACC women's tourney

At Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum
First Round
Thursday
Virginia 57, Boston College 54
N.C. State 67, Clemson 53
Virginia Tech 73,Wake Forest 60
Georgia Tech 79, Miami 62
Quarterfinals
Friday
North Carolina 82,Virginia 56
N.C. State 64, Florida State 60
Duke 69,VirginiaTech 56
Maryland vs. Georgia Tech (n)
Semifinals
Today
North Carolina vs. N.C. State, 1:30 p.m.
Duke vs. Maryland-Georgia Tech winner,
4 p.m.
Championship
Sunday
Semifinal winners, I p.m.

SEC women's tourney

At Alltel Arena
SNorth Little Rock,Ark.
First Round
Thursday
Mississippi 94,Arkansas 64
Auburn 64, South Carolina 48
Florida 98, Mississippi State 83
Vanderbilt 84,Alabama 62
Quarterfinals
Friday
LSU 91, Mississippi 73
Tennessee 77,Auburn 45
Kentucky 88, Florida 70
Georgia vs.Vanderbilt (n)
Semifinals
Today
LSU vs.Tennessee, 7:30 p.m.
Kentucky vs. Georgia-Vanderbilt winner,
101p.m.
Championship
SSunday
Semifinal winners, 6 p.m.

BASEBALL

Spring training

Friday's Games
Florida 5, Baltimore 4
Atlanta 8, LA. Dodgers 7
Houston I I, Cleveland 5
Pittsburgh 6,Washington 4
Detroit 17, Cincinnati (ss) 1,0
Cincinnati (ss) 9, Minnesota I
Tampa Bay 4,Toronto (ss) 2 ,
Philadelphia I I, N.Y.Yankees 10
Toronto (ss) 9, Canada 4
Boston (ss) 10, Boston College 0,7 innings
Chicago Cubs 15, Seattle 8
Kansas City 7,Texas 6
L.A. Angels 10, San Diego I
Milwaukee (ss) 5, Oakland I
Milwaukee (ss) 6, San Francisco 2
Arizona 13, Chicago White Sox 6
Northeastern U. vs. Boston (ss). (n)
St. Louis vs. N.Y. Mets (n)


By DOUG FERGUSON
Associated Press

MILAMI Tiger Woods
and Phil Mickelson have been
leaving their footprints on the
Blue Monster for two days,
their paths only running
parallel on the few holes at
Doral where the front nine
meets the back.
That won't be the case
Saturday.
Mickelson birdied two of
his last three holes Friday for
a 6-under 66, while Woods
settled for pars on his final
four holes for a 5-under 67. It
left them in a four-way tie for
the lead with Scott Verplank.
and Camilo Villegas in the
Ford Championship at Doral,
and in the final pairing for the
third round.
This isn't eyeball-to-eyeball
golf as it was last year at
Doral, even if there will be
thousands of eyeballs on
them. It isn't the final round,
for one thing, and there are
nine players within three
shots of the lead.
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anything like Sunday last
year, where we're watching
what each other is doing and
trying to beat each other."
Not everyone cares about
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final pairing, least of all
Verplank, who joined them at
13-under 131 by playing a vast-
ly different game. Verplank
has moderate length off the
tee, but it's usually in the
fairway. He is crisp with his
irons and sure with his putter.
But after he nearly holed a
chip with his 5-wood from
behind the 18th green that
would have given him the
outright lead, a television.
reporter mentioned that he
had crashed the party.
"Why do you say that?"
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well what he meant.
"I lost in a playoff a couple
of years ago," Verplank said,
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course pretty good. I beg to
differ. We'll see what
happens."
It should be quite a show,
with a large cast of
characters.
Villegas, the big-hitting
rookie in pink pants from
Colombia, nearly made eagle
on the par-5 eighth and joined
the leaders with an 18-foot
birdie putt on his final hole for
a 66.
Two former PGA
champions Davis Toms (66)
and Rich Beem (67) were
one shot behind, along with
Mark Wilson (67). The group
at 10-under 134 included Dean
Wilson, Lucas Glover and
Chad Campbell.
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shine on two of the biggest
names in golf, especially after
last year.
Woods has said he enjoys
such head-to-head battles,
and Mickelson thinks he
knows why.
"His record is' a little better
than mine," Mickelson said.
"Of course he enjoys it."


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heavy buckets of coal. But I do miss the comradery of sitting
around the fire and just talking. About anything and everything.
Think about all the movies you've seen, where everyone 'hangs
around the General Store. They always sit around the pot bellied
stove, not a TV..Bigmother {mI mother's mother} had such a
stove, and when I was little it seemed to be a privilege to 'help
carry in the dusty black lumps {and have a good excuse for get-
ting dirty!}. I admit that it wasn't much fun to wake up freezing
if the fire wasn't banked right for the night, and having to wait
for it to be rekindled seemed to take forever. But we would all vie
for a spot near the warm black belly of the thing and dr.inl, hot
cocoa while Bigmother made breakfast.
We even had a coal burning heater in the first grade (I also
had the same first grade teacher as my Father). The first kid
there got to carry in coal for the teacher, and we would fight to
be the chosen one. Is that what's called the good old days?
One of my earliest memories is of Monm and Dad's first hou.e.
It was old, poorly insulated {if it was insulated at alli and \o u
could see the ground through the wide cracks between the bare
floor boards. The only heat source was a huge fireplace in the
living room. In the worst of winter my parents would take a


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mattress off of one of the beds, put it on the floor in front of the
hearth, and close off all the other rooms. Then we would all pile
in, cover up with every quilt and blanket we owned, and share
body warmth along with giggles at Dad's stupid jokes.
When I was seven, we moved to another house, thi' bne with
GAS HEAT. There was a large freestanding brown heater sitting
catty-corner in the living room. That heater seemed to be mon-
strously vast to a small girl. The thing was almost as tall as
Donna was at the time, and long enough to lay down in front of.
Most often there would be a pot of water on top to put moisture
back into the air, with cinnamon sticks floating around in it to
make the house smell wonderful.
And Warm! It heated up the entire house with.no problem. It
didn't take us long to figure out that it would burn little fingers
if touched, and that pants would get VERY hot if you stood in
front of it very long. Our little fannies got pink more than once
from standing with our backs to the gas flames too long and
then bending over or walking away. Our hinnies also got red-
dened from 'Mom sparkingg us for melrilng oar crayons on that
heater! In front o' that heater 'as the perfect place to pla',
games, read to each other, do our homework, nap, wrestle,,and
just be together. We spent hours lying on our stomachs in front
of those gas flames during the dark days of winter. Too cold to
go outside and plain, we made our own kind of fun in the long'
warmth of our living'room.
We weren't the only things to: lie irn front of that heater. My
sister, Donnia, has a intle about rhis in one of her stories, Various
critters benefited for its life giving warmth as much as we did,
even if not as often.
I still have gas heat, abet of a modern nature. And I have to
adm'rit thai I still stand iw ith mn-, back to the radiant all heater
counted in the hill after o:minc in from the cold. But I contfess'
I r-ner realh- learned mi lesson. MI) bottom stril gets red because
Ilet mi means gc toi'o hot!' Some thing. neer change
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published byViking Press. The Book-of'the-Month Club's
4-1,)0-plus member,. were hot pleased with the novel, a
fantasy about a widow who scandalizes her relations by .
moving to a town involved in witchcraft.

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his inauguration,
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S ..,. national radio'address.
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week before to stop a recent surge in mass withdrawal of
U.S. savings. .

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be televised in color, featuring the original cast, airs. Thie
playwas "Peter Pan," starring Mar. Martin.

ON MARCH 8, 1 9 6 9, the Pontiac Firebird Trans
Am is introduced. The Trans Am, originally alimited-
model Firebird, would become a symbol in the muscle-car
niche of automobile manufacturing.

ON MARCH 11, 1970 o, author Erle Stanley
Gardner, creator of Perry Mason, dies. The crime-solving
attorney Perry Mason appeared in numerous novels and
became the star of a top-rated TV show starting in 1957.
The sho%\ starred Raymond Burr as the titular hero and
.ran for nine years.

ON MARCH 6, 19 8 6, Georgia O'Keefe, the artist
who gained worldwide fame for her austere minimalist
paintings of the American Southwest, dies in Santa Fe,
N.M., at the age of 98. O'Keefe was considered one of the
preeminent artists of the American West and inspired
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FAMILY T IES


By Vicki Abels


T oday's families gather in front of the TV, if they spend any
time in the same place at all. And lots of family's have a
separate TV for each member, all in a different location.
Most people's main room {be it a den, a family room, a living
room, or for,the well to do, a media room} is centered around the
Boob Tube. The television even determines the placement of the
furniture and may well be the most expensive thing in the whole
darn residence. There's only one thing wrong with this. No one
talks, except to debate' the merits of which program to watch, or
who gets to be in charge of the all, mighty remote. You hear a lot
of debate and hell raising about the decline of the family unit.
But how can we be united if we're never in the same place at the
same time? True, schedules rule today. Everyone has to be some-
where, and it's hard to all sit down at the dinner table and discuss
the day's events. But even when all the family is at home, each is
in another room doing their own thing, even if'it is watching the
same TV program in a separate room all by themselves.
I remember the days {I'm telling my age here} when people
gathered around the fire, either in a fireplace or a pot bellied
stove. Even a campfire calls people to sit close and actually talk
to each other. Now don't get me wrong. I love central heating! I
DO NOT miss carrying in firewood, trailing twigs and mud onto
the nice clean floors. And getting poison oak if I wasn't careful!
Nor do I miss having to help cut and split the stuff. And I have
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abilit to throe in a fast paced
team en ironmeni a must. \\e'lC
reward.) our e ffors with
competitive compensation,
excellent benefits and outstanding,
opportunities.
Appl\ to-
L.Lke Cit3 Reporter, Attn:
Advertising. Director,
P.O. Box 1709, Lake City, FL
32056 or e-mail to
tpeavey@lakecityreporter.com


FILLER/LITILITY
For over 40 years,
Valley National Gases, Inc. has
provided the highest levels of
service in the, supply and
applications of the entire'
spectrum of gases, cryogenic',
equipment and welding and.
cutting s;.slems.
Due to our rapid growth, we have
an immediate opening for a
Full-Time Filler/Utility person.
Candidate selected must be
customer service oriented and
have good oral and written
communication skills. Must also
have clean driving record.
Competitive salary and benefits
package including
Medical/Dental, 401(k),
Life insurance and Disability.
Please apply in person,
Hwy 90 East at the corner
of Baya Ave & Hwy 90.
VALLEY NATIONAL
GASES, INC.
2438 East Duval Street
Lake City, FL. 32055

04502782
EXPERIENCED
DRIVERS NEEDED *
CLS A VAN,
FLATBED & LOG
-$1000 Sign on Bonus
Local Runs $550 $675
Home Nights
OTR $650 $1,000,
Home 1-2 Nights and almost
EVERY W/E
Health/Life Ins Avail, 401K,
Paid Vacation, Wkly
Performance Bonus
$500 Quarterly -
Safety/Perf Bonus
CALL PRITCHETT TRUCKING
INC., 800-808-3052

04503458
Jameson Inn.
Now Hiring
P/T Housekeeper &
Must be flexible & dependable.
Apply in person at
285 SW Commerce Blvd.
Lake City No phone calls.


-100 GOpportunities

LOG SCALER ANALYST:
,-cn er'A i.i-rJst 'po iion'"
W"'al~eftl Prefer 2-3 ear degree
Sixth Forestrn or Business
Management. \Ve are an EECC.
Drug free % workplace. 401K.
healthdenial,'ife insurance. paid
hoLida s'ijacations. AppI, at
Gilman Buildtne Products. 6ti40
CR" 2.1. Ma\la ille. FL or
fa\ resume to i904i 289-7"136


IMMEDIATE OPENING for a
Agent,/sales position. Prefer
220/440 & 215 License. Will
consider other ales candidates if
Lhe right person is found. Send
Resume to Bo 04-1007, C/O
The Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box
1709, Lake Ci\. FL, 32056


Human Resources/Personnel
Coordinator
Locally based large company is
current_ seeking candidates for
the posinon of Personnel
Co-ordinator. Applicants for this
posinon must ha\e a minimum of
2 years related experience in a
HR Generalist role, and/or
equivalent education.
Applicants should hate
knov. ledge of state and federal
employmerit regulations, benefit
administration i including 401L Ili
administration, '. orker's
compensation, and payroll
functions. Candidates for this
position must have the ability to
work in a fast paced,
S mult-i-dasking en ironment.
Interested indl\ iduals should
Send.reply to Box 04008, C/O
The Lake City Reporter, P.O. Box
1709, Lake City, FL, 32056
with salary requirements.

04503365

Lake City Reporter

CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE
THE CIRCULATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE LAKE
CITY REPORTER IS
CURRENTLY ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS FOR A
CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE FOR
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
MORNINGS FROM
7AM- 11AM.
Please send resume or stop by the
Reporter and fill out an
application for consideration.
You may email any
questions you have.
LAKE CITY REPORTER
Attention: Circulation Director
180 E. Duval Street
Lake City, Florida 32055
rwaters(a@lakecityreporter.com
Appointments for interviews
must be scheduled.
No Phone Calls Please.

ACCOUNTING CLERK
Experience in G/L, A/R, A/P & P/R.
Salary open. Fax resume to
386-397-1130


100 Opportunities
-/


children'S'
,, home I
V society

Children's Home So;, ..
Florinda's largest and oldest child
ad\ocacN acenct seeking
indi\ iduals eager to make a
difference in the life of children.
Become part of the team w hose
li\ ing philosophy is to 'Embrace
Clhiidren. laisput Lives." ,
Program Direclor sill hae
e\penence managing family
safert & child welfare program
such as foster care services and
adoptions Strong supervision
skills & budgetarn/fiscal
management experience a must.
kMaster's Degree in Human
Sern ices field c'. /5\ears
super% sori e\penence in social
% ellare/health care acenc v./1
v r. of program management
e\penence required.
Mental Health or Social Work
license preferred.
Dependence Case Manager to
meet the needs of children in
foster care b3 e\aluating.
coordinating and ensuring
necessarN services are pro\ ided.
Positions in Lite Oak. Bachelors
degree in Human Services
Send Resume to:
Human Resources
Children's Home Societ\
605 NE 1st Street
Gainesville. FL 32601
Or apply online at v. chsfl.org
EOE/DFHWP .

04503054 i
Salesperson-Lumber Sales
Must be people savvy
lWill train Great benefits
Appl3 in person
Idaho Timber of Florida
17i6SESR 100
Lake City, FL. 32025
Call 386-755-5555

04503203
*ASSISTANT MANAGER*
CASHIERS -
FRUIT BAGGERS "
Immediate openings for
High Springs fruit & gift store.
Please call Judy @ 352-266-3800

04503359
Full Time Receptionist
S &S Office is hiring for a
full-time receptionist. Applicant
should be able to operate a
multi-line switchboard and
be proficient in Word and Excel.
Benefits include: vacation, sick
leave, credit union, profit sharing,
dental, health and life insurance.
Drug Free Workplace EOE
Apply in person at.
S & S Office ,
134 SE Colburn Ave.,
Lake City, FL 32025

Green Acres Learning Center
has position open for a Teacher.
FT/PT positions avail. CDA's
preferred. Apply in person at
1126 SW Main Blvd. Lake City.
No Phone Calls


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You can call us at 755-5440, Monday through Friday
from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Some people prefer to place their classified ads in per-
son, and some ad categories will require prepayment.
Our office is located at 180 East Duval Street.
You can also fax or email your ad copy to the Reporter.

FAX: 386-752-9400 Please direct your copy to the
Classified Department.
EMAIL: classifieds@lakecityreporter.com
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Ad Errors- Please read your ad on the first day of
publication. We accept responsibility for only the first
incorrect insertion, and only the charge for the ad
space in error. Please call 755-5440 immediately for
prompt correction and billing adjustments.

Cancellations- Normal advertising deadlines apply for
cancellation.

Billing Inquiries- Call 755-5440. Should further informa-
tion be required regarding payments or credit limits, your
call will be transferred to the accounting department



Advertising copy is subject to approval by the Publisher
who reserves the right.to edit, reject, or classify all adver-
tisements under appropriate headings. Copy should be
checked for errors by the advertiser on the first day
of publication. Credit for published errors will be allowed
for thefirst insertion for that portion of the advertisement
which was incorrect. Further, the Publisher shall not be
liable for any omission of advertisements ordered to be,
published, nor for any general, special or consequential
damages. Advertising language must comply with
Federal, State or local laws regarding the prohibition of
discrimination in employment, housing and public-accom-
modations. Standard abbreviations are acceptable: how-
ever, the first word of each ad may not be abbreviated.


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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2006


too Job
100 Opportunities

04503412
COME JOIN A WINNING
TEAM
Anderson Columbia, one of the
Southeast's largest road
construction companies is on the
move. We currently have
openings in our
Lake City location for:
* Heavy Equipment & Truck
Mechanics (must supply own
tools);
* Heavy Equipment Road
Mechanic (must supply own
tools)
* Preventive Maintenance Road
Service Person with a Class B
CDL and good driving record
* Fuel Truck Operator with a
Class B/Hazmat CDL and good
driving record
* Parts Counter Person
Competitive salary and benefits
package. Apply within at
Anderson Columbia, 871 NW
Guerdon St., or call 386-752-7585
and ask for Mr. Joe Wood.

04503450
TECHNICIANS NEEDED
Sunbelt Chrysler Dodge Jeep has
opening for Technicians.
Excellent Benefits, Top Pay,
Profit Sharing, and Insurance.
Apply in person at:
Sunbelt Chrysler Dodge Jeep,
US 90 West, Lake City, Florida.
No Phone Calls Please.
Apply Monday Friday
8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

04503452





Now Hiring Managers
Experienced in restaurant
operations and delivering on
quality, with 2-4 year of
supervisory experience in
either a food service or retail
environment, must be able to
maintain Excellent Operations,
competitive salary, based on
experience plus benefits. Apply
on-line: www.teammomex.com


04503468
PCS
Phosphate

SUPERVISOR STORES
PCS Phosphate White Springs
,is seeking a candidate for position
of Supervisor Stores, Materials
Management Department.
This position is responsible for.
the effective management of the
Stores Operations and Inventory
Conirqi lto assure parts and,-
supplies a f 3.Jaible Ioe r
operational requirements.
Qualifications; 6-8 years,
applicable experience and BS or
BA Degree in appropriate field is
preferred. Extensive Warehouse
Operations and Inventory Control
experience will be considered.
An attractive salary/benefit
package accompanies this
position. For confidential
consideration, forward your
resume, with salary history to:
PCS Phosphate White Springs
ATTN: Human Resources
P. 0. Box 300
White Springs, FL 32096
PCS Phosphate White Springs
is engaged in phosphate mining
and manufacturing of fertilizer
and animal feed products in
Hamilton County, Florida. The
operation is a subsidiary of
Potash Corp., the world's largest
integrated producer of basic plant
and animal nutrients.

04503485


"etircwment e )awItShe urd Boe.

ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICE TECH
Full-time
The Village, an upscale
retirement community, is seeking
an environmental service tech to
join our housekeeping team.
Some heavy lifting and
weekend availability required.
Excellent benefits and a
great working environment!
Applh in person
1"1 iN\V 27th Blvd.,
Games ille. FL 32606
(located off 1-75. E\a 390,
across from SFCC,i
or fax resume to 352-373-2295
jbaker@nfrv.org
EOE/DFWP -

04503550
HOUSEKEEPING/LAUNDRY
SUPERVISOR
Avalon Healthcare is currently
accepting applications for
the position of
Housekeeping/Laundry
Supervisor. Experience in long
term care setting preferred.
Corpeti i i \ e Salarn and Excellent
benefit package. Interested
applicants please apply with:
Avalon Healthcare Center
1270 SW Main Blvd
Lake City, Florida 32025
(386) 752-7900
EOE

AUTO TECH: We are. in need of
an experienced ASE/GM Mechanic,
.experienced in all phases of today's
GM vehicles. Candidate should
have a clean driving record, own
tools, Training will be a must! No
weekends. Fax resume to Scoggins
inChiefland @ 352-493-4277 or
e-mail vernon l()bellsouth.net


DRIVERS NEEDED
Class A CDL
Dump trailer exp.
386-867-3432


100 Job
100 Opportunities
BANQUET CHEFS Wanted
Experienced in high volume
catering. Also part time cooks and
prep cooks. Retired Military Chefs
wanting part time?
Apply at Camp Weed and
the Cerveny Conference Center
11057 Camp Weed Place
Live Oak, FL 32060
Best Western Inn is looking for
FT & PT Front Desk Clerk &
Housekeeping. Must be able to
work Weekends, Nights &
Holidays. Apply at 1-75 & US 90 W
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.
COMMERCIAL AND Residential
Electricians and Helpers needed.
Top Pay and Benefits Avail.
Must have Drivers Lic. to qualify.
Call 386-752-5488 for appt.
EARLY LEARNING POSITION
Highly motivated with a strong
background in developmentally
appropriate practices for children.
Assist with programmatic services,
training and workshops to enhance
the delivery of early care and
educational services. Salary Range
$20,000 to $27,000. Submit resume
by March 20th, 2006 to
Early Learning Coalition of
Florida's Gateway. Attn: HR 484'
SW Commerce Dr. Suite 155,
Lake City, FL 32025
EARN EXECUTIVE Level Pay
While Working from Home.
Must have a PC For Appt. Call:
1-866-218-9035 or 386-963-2557
EXPERIENCED
HOUSEKEEPER Needed at
Econo Lodge 1-75 & 90. No Phone
Calls, Please apply in Person.
EXPERIENCED CARPENTERS
needed for work in Lake City area.
Must have own transportation &
hand tools.Call (910)603-2141
EXPERIENCED MASONS
Wanted to work in the Gainesville
area. Call (352)376-5314
Mon-Fri 8am 5pm
FEILD WELDERS
Needed for PCS Phosphate
Project in White Springs. Call Billy
O'Kelly, Foreman, Tampa Tank,
Inc 813-220-6948 DFWP/EOE
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
FULL TIME Detail Person needed
at Rountree Moore Ford.
Appl in Per-.on bet.' een 8-5,
'No Phonrie Calls Please
FULL TIME Vinyl Installers
and Concrete Laborers. Valid FL
Drivers Lic. a plus. Must have own
Transportation. Call 386-623-6494
or 386-752-8223
Green Acres Learning Center
has Part Time Receptionsit Position.
Good with Children, Mature,
Responsible, must have Drivers
License & Good Computer Skills.
Apply in person at 1126 SW Main
Blvd. Lake City. or
Please Call 386-755-1234


GROWING COMPANY
looking for help with Phone Sales,.
Experienced Human Resources
person and an IT person.
Full & part time work with Benefits,
Vacation time and paid Holidays.
Great Future!!
P:386-623-4326 F:813-333-2014
HELP WANTED
Drywall Stockers P/T now,
working tip to F/T soon. Must Have
valid Drivers Lie., & transportation.
Call Ron (352) 267-8903
Help Wanted. Part time
sales associate. Apply in person
at Belles Pet Alley.
386-755-8668
HUNGRY.HOWIES is hiring
delivery drivers. Must have car
w/insurance & 2 yrs. driving exp.
Flex schedule. F/T & P/T avail.
CASH PAID DAILY!
Earn $8. $15./ hour. Apply in
person at 857 SW Main Blvd
LAWN SERVICE Help.
Must have Divers Lic. and own car.
Must be Drug Free.
Call Rae 386-961-8620
NOW HIRING
Salary Management Positions.
Fax resume to 904-317-4569 or
e-mail to goshoneys(@aol.com
OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Heavy Haul,Class A CDL,
2 week tumrnaround,good pay,
Call Southern Specialized,LLC
386-752-9754
WORK SCHOOL HOURS and be
home to meet the bus. Part time
work is available as assistant to the
campaign director. Candidate
should be well organized, able to
work with minimum supervision,
work with the public, and possess
writing skills. Please fax resumes to
the United Way office at 752-0105.
REDBUD ENTERPRISES will
pay for training while you learn a
trade. Fab Shop related work such
as welding, grinding, cutting and
fitting. Must be 18 years old, have
transportation and be. drug free.
Call 386-752-5696
PART TIME Office Help.
Filing, Cashering, Answering
Phones, Must be able to work
Saturday. Apply in Person at
Sunbelt Chrysler Jeep Dodge Hwy
90 West. No Phone Calls Please
Suwannee Medical Personnel
Home Care is looking to hire a
Homemaker in the Lake City area.
Any one interested please call
386-755-1544 ask for Beth.,
PIZZA HUT Now Hiring Drivers.
$6.40 hr plus tips.
Apply in Person
3017 Hwy 90 West.


100 Jb0
Opportunities

04503544
Information Services Director
Baker County Medical Services is
seeking an experienced IT person
to fill a new position with the
following job description.
Plans, directs and oversees all
aspects of operational policies,
objectives and initiatives in
assigned areas in accordance with
established policies to proved
high quality health care services.
Directs all activities related to
implementation of IT projects
including EMR. Assists the
Finance Director with analysis,
reporting, reconciliation, and
systems. Directs and supervises
the hospital information systems
department to accomplish Health
System initiatives. Ensures that
all project goals are accomplished
according to specification and
business objectives. Familiarity
and experience with a variety of
IT technology, concepts,
practices, and procedures is
essential. Relies on extensive
experience and judgment to plan
and accomplish goals. Performs a
variety of tasks including but not
limited to hardware and infra-
structure configurations. Leads
and directs the work of others. A
wide degree of creativity and lati-
tude is expected. Experience with
Health care Application systems
is a must. Salary 45k-50k. Quali-
fied applicants are to send re-
sumes to:
Baker County Medical Services,
Inc.
159 N. 3rd St.
Macclenny, FL 32063
904-259-3151
Fax 904-259-3279
Email drmarkos(@bcmedsvcs.com
Drug Free Workplace/Equal Op-
portunity Employer

ROOFERS NEEDED Experience
in Build up Roofing a plus. Starting
pay based upon experience.
$11.00 $15.00. (904)259-8633 .
SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER
needed. Quick books experience
& Bilingual helpful.
Call 386-719-4442 ext 10
Seeking Two Cosmetologist's
Call Teresa 386-755-6220
for an appointment.

SKIPS DELI is Taking
Applications between the hours of
2pm & 4pm. 1452 Main Blvd.
No Phone Calls.
TILE SETTERS & Helpers
Needed. Must be willing to travel.
Call 386-719-4442 ext 10
Leave Message.
TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY
Studio Seeking Sales Rep for in
store coupon sales for upcoming
photography event in North Florida.
'-Limited travel, Call 386-752-8553
Wanted Class A CDL Driver.
Hourly or Percentage pay.
Home weekends
Call David 352-281-0235
YARD MAN Needed
Must have own tools and be willing
to work. For interview call
Steven 755-8774

no Sales
11 Employment
04503052.
TRAVEL COUNTRY RV
CENTER
Excellent sales opportunity
available for someone looking to
make a career change. Join an
industry where average producers
earn in excess of $50,000 and top
producers make over $100,000
per year. Sales experience helpful,
but not required. We can teach
you to be successful! If you're
bored or tired of your current job,
call Jeff at 386-752-3723 and lets
talk about what this opportunity
could mean for you. All inquires
will be kept in confidence.
www.travelcountry.com


1 A Medical
IU Employment

04502788
A SPECIAL.INVITATION
TO JOIN
SHANDS LAKE SHORE'S
PER DIEM POOL FOR
RN'S
NEW RATES
THREE LEVELS
$26.00 $28.00 $31.00
for more information, please call
386-754-8140 and :
ask for Bonnie Price, Recruiter or
Janice Jackson, HR Director
EOE, M/F/V/D
DRUG FREE WORK PLACE

04502907
MDS/PPS Coordinator
Must be RN with MDS
experience preferred. Full Time
with Beneftis/401K; Please call
Brenda Lacy or Amelia Tompkins
at 386-362-7860 or apply in
person at Suwannee Health Care
Center 1620 E. Helvenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064.
EOE/D/V/M/F


120 ^Medical
120 Employment

04503329
SHANDS
LAKE SHORE
The following positions are
currently available and we are
seeking qualified applicants.
Dietitian PRN
Pharmacist PRN
Physical Therapist full time
Physician Assistant full time
Physician full time
Business Assistance full time
Office Manager full time
Respiratory Therapist PRN
Med Tech PRN
Ultrasound Tech PRN
Operations Support PRN

REGISTERED NURSES
OB
Peds
Med/Surg
ICU

Call about our
NEW per diem pool rates.
For more information contact HR
at 386-754-8147, an equal
opportunity employer M/F/V/D,
Drug Free Workplace, We are
now accepting applications via
our web site, www.shands.org

04503344


Senior Home Care, Inc.*


Encouraging a Ltfestyle ofaudependence

RNs MED/SURG
RNs Psych
RNs, LPNs, HHAs,
PT, STs & OT
PER DIEM
Immediate openings for per diem
RNs Med/Surg, LPNs, PT, STs
& OT in Columbia and Alachua
and surrounding.Counties.
One year healthcare experience
required; home health preferred.
Call Jean Garrett RN 1-866-6-RN
JOBS or email resume to
jgarrett(@seniorhomecare.net
EOE Drug-Free Workplace

04503546 '
Certified Medical Assistant
1 yr experience preferred.
Training, experience in Med
Admin (exp injections), & taking
accurate vital signs. Excellent
communication, documentation,
organizational & assessment
skills. Mail or fax resume to,
348 NE Methodist Ter, Suite 103
,* Lake City, FL 32055,
Fax# 386-758-5628

DENTAL ASSISTANT
Temporary Part-time dental
assistant needed for busy practice.
Crown and Bridge experience
REQUIRED. Apply in person at
Oak 'Hill Dental Group
386-752-3043
HHA
CNA'S needed in the Lake City
area. Weekdays and Weekends.
Please call 386-755-1544
LAKE CITY Part Time Home
Health Care/House Keeper needed
for elderly heart patient. Must have
transportation and knowledge of
home oxygen. Call 386-330-2222
Must have References.


LPN
Private Duty Shift in
Lake City area. Weekends.
Please call 386-755-1544


120 Medical
120 dEmployment
Lincare, leading national respiratory
company seeks Contract Healthcare
Specialist. Responsibilities: Disease
management programs, clinical
evaluations, equipment set up and
education. Be the Dr.'s eyes in the
home setting. RN, LPN, RRT, CRT
licensed as applicable. Great
personalities with strong work ethic
needed. Competitive salary,
benefits and career paths.
Drug-free workplace. EOE.
Fax resume to 352-335-4959
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Exp. in fast paced Medical Office.
Must be dependable, efficient,
computer exp. Send CV to
Administrator, PO Box 489,
Lake City, Florida 32056
Medical Billing Manager
for Surgery Center. Must have
experience. Fax resume to
(386) 755-2169 or mail to P.O. Box
3306, Lake City, FL 32056
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
for Lake City Eye Doctor.
Tuesday & Wednesdays only.
Medical Manager exp. preferred.
Fax resume to 352-378-7009
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
Full Time Courteous, hardworking
person needed for busy 2 Physician
Practice. Medical Manager and
Billing experience desired.
Competitive Salary & Benefits.
Mail or fax resume to: 348 N.E.
Methodist Ter. Ste# 103, Lake City,
FL 32055, Fax #386-758-5628
Optical Lab Technician
Experienced for Mon-Thur, 9-6,
$12-16 hr w/full benefits.
Must be dependable, accurate .
Send Resume to PO Box 489,
Lake City, FL 32056
OPTICAL TECH Needed for Busy,
Practice. Full Time. Exp. preferred
but will train right person. Send
resume to 763 SW Main Blvd,
Lake City, FL 32025
RN NEEDED, Part-Time,
1 1 lp-7a. Please apply at
The Health Center of Lake City,
560 SW McFarlane Avenue,
Lake City. Equal Opportunity
Employer/ Drug Free Work
Place/Americans with
Disabilities Act.
STAFF NEEDED to work with
persons with disability in home &
community. Must have 1 yr exp.,
dependable transportation & bodily
injury insurance, High School
diploma or GED. 386-758-3373

240 Schools &
24 Education
Want to be a CNA? Don't want to
wait? Express Training Services of
Gainesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam Prep classes. '
Day/Eve classes'. Class for 1 week,
certification 'test the next week..
C' las "size is.lirmited.; Next class ,
3/06/06. Call 386-755-4401'

310 Pets & Supplies
AFFECTIONATE KITTEN
looking for good home. Aprox. 3
mo. old; Female. Available Now.
719-4827 leave message.
AKC GERMAN Shepherd Puppy
DOB: 1-26-06,.,
will be ready 3/25. $300.00
Call 386-496-3654
AKC MINIATURE Schnauzer
Female, 13 wks. Pick of litter.
Health Cert: $600.
Call 386-963-4701
AKC SHIH TZU Puppy, Small,
.Female, Ready March 16th.
Health Cert. $495.
Call 386-963-4701


310 Pets & Supplies
FREE PUPPIES,
8 wks old. Lab mix.
Call 386-752-6658


FREE TO Good Home.
1 Male & 1 Female Dogs.
Call 386-965-7317

FREE TO Good Home.
Akita German Shepherd mix
7 mo old, male, gold color.
Nurtured. Call 386-454-3709
FREE TO Good Home.
Chow Mix Puppies. 8 wks old.
Call 386-466-1189

POMERANIAN PUPPY.
Health certificates and first shots.
8 wks old. $300.00
Call 752-4270 or 867-0208.
RABBIT WITH cage.
$40.00
Call 386-965-7317

REGISTERED AKC German
Sheppard Puppy. Health Cert,
First set of shots. $500.
Call 386-208-2510

330 Livestock &
3 Supplies

04502678
04502678 YORKSHIRE HOG

MALE BREEDER
600 PLUS POUNDS (guessing)
Grain Fed
Interested in possible trading
options for a young male
Durac breeder.
Must be able to haul
(386) 697-4114 or
(386) 833-0038
Email:


402 Appliances

5 YEAR Old 4 ton Coleman AC.
Straight Cool Condensing Unit.
,$300 or $400 installed.
Call. 386-752-9318

USED 20 cubic Ft Kenmore Ref.
w/ice maker. Runs perfect.
$175 00.
Call 752-9286 after 6 p.m.

403 Auctions

04503441 .
' AUCTION
Sat. March 4th (' 6 p.m.
High Spring'. FL. Hwy. 27 W.
Arniique../Mlod Fum., Glassb.'are;
Shop full of Primitives;
. Gas/Coke/Ice Cream/Oil Sign.s,
Trains, Fishing Tackle/Lures,
Adv. Clocks. To% s. Petal Car &
Tractor, Bab) kicker r Buggys,
Iron Heaters, Bakelite/Wood
'Radios, Tools, Oak Side/Side,
Oak Washstand, Civil War Oak
Chest, M/T Dresser, Mah.
Bookcases, 1000's Collector
Cards, Oil/Prints, Wicker,
Gold/Dia. Jewelry, Fenton,
Heisey, R/S Prussia, Cut,
Depression, Lenox, Limoge,
Fiesta, Lot Coins, Show Cases,
5 pc Oak D/R Set. 10% B.P
Red Williams AU437/AB270
1-386-454-4991


Advertise It Here!

Bring the picture in Or we will take it for you!
Advertise your car, truck, motorcycle, recreation vehicle or boat here for 10 consecutive days. If your
vehicle does not sell within those 10 days, for an additional $10 you can run your ad for an additional
10 days. A picture will run every day with a description of your vehicle: The price of the vehicle must be
listed in the ad. Your ad must be prepaid.with cash, check or credit card. Just include a snapshot or bring
your vehicle by and we will take the picture for you. Private Party Only!


04503558
CNA
Avalon Healthcare is currently
accepting applications for full
time position of CNA for the
following shifts.
3pm/llpm
llpm/7am
and weekend positions also
available
Competitive Salary and Excellent
benefit package. Shift and
weekend differentials. Please
apply at Avalon Healthcare and
Rehabilitation Center,
Human Resources.
1270 SW Main Blvd
Lake City, Florida 32025
(386) 752-7900
DFWP/EOE


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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2006


408 Furniture
ANTIQUE DINING Room
Set for sale. Table, Chairs, Buffet,
China Cabinet. $800.
Call 386-755-6189

BASSETT DRESSER
Like New. $75.00
Call 386-758-7591

Kitchen Wood Table, with
Butterfly leaf & 4 chairs. Good
condition like new. $98.00. Call
386-758-7591 or 386-965-0778
LANE CEDAR Chest.
Pecan Color. Good Condition.
$75.00.
Call 386-758-7591


420 Wanted to Buy

Cash for Estates,
Real Estate, Furniture
Old Tractors, Tools, & Vehicles.
Call 386-365-3865

WANTED: CARS, car parts,
wheels, older cars preferably '70s or
earlier. Will be in town thru March
9. Cash. (903)235-1517


430 Garage Sales

2 FAMILIES-EMERALD
LAKES-ZACK DRIVE-SAT.
8:00-12:00 ONLY!LOOK FOR
SIGNS,LOTS OF EVERYTHING!!

2 FAMILY YARD Sale:
Sat-Sun, 7 until ? 294 SE Mulberry
P1 off of CR252, Look for signs.
Furn, clothes & lots of misc
BIG YARD Sale at Sherrod Sales,
Hwy 90 West. 7am-lpm. Sat 3/4,
All proceeds support
FWHS Baseball.
BIG, 4-FAMILY Yard Sale.
Sat 3/4, 8-2 in Forest Hills
344 SE Oak St. House Hold, Toys,
Chairs, Books, wet suit, & misc:.
MOVING SALE: Fri & Sat, 8-?
903 SW Milligan Glen, off of
McFarlane. Fum, Clothing
and House hold items.
MULTI FAMILY Neighborhood
Yard Sale. Many items. Comer of
Lake Jeffrey Rd & Spring Hollow.
Fri & Sat 8-1.
MULTI-FAMILY, 3/2, 3/3 & 3/4,
8-?, Branford & Hwy 242,
460 Dante Terrace, household,
kitchen, office fum., tools, misc.
386-752-6947 or 386-365-3030
YARD SALE: S Branford Hwy,
Right Siloam, Just moved, Too
much for new place. Furn, clothes,
& etc. Fri & Sat, 8-5. 755-2585
YARD SALE: Sat & Sun, 8-1.
157 SE Rachel Way, in Suzanne
Sub. Div off of Hwy 100.
"" Lots of Misc. ."
"YARD SALE: Sat 3/4, 7am-12:30."
196 SW Brava Way,
off of Hwy 242 look for signs.

YARD SALE: Selling House
Furniture & a million misc. Fri-Sun
9-2. 210 NE Barts Ter, 90 East Past
the Collage, Turn at Blue building
Trader Jones.


440 Miscellaneous
400 WATT Metal Halide
High Ba Lights (11)
$45.00 each
Morrells 386-752-3910
GLASS TUB & Shower Door,
brand new in gold & silver finish.
$85.00. Call 386-758-1358

GUNSHOW: March 4 & 5 @
The Paramount Resort, 2900 SW
13th St. Gainesville. Sat 9am 4pm,
Sun 9am-3pm. Call 904-461-0273
RICH DAD/POOR Dad Home
Study Course. Only $98.00.
Free Shipping and handling.
Call David (904)207-9550

6 Mobile Home
610 Lots for Rent
Large Mobile Home Lot for lease
$250 mo, plus $250 security. 3 year
lease. Water, sewer, garbage includ-
ed. Shaded lots, Call 386-961-0017

630 Mobile Homes
.6 for Rent
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE
on fenced acre. Front & back
country porches. 10 x 20 shed.
(305)924-1839
3BR/2BA MH 1100 sq ft.
Fenced yard.
$500 deposit, $550 mo.
386-755-3288
For Rent Ellisville & Lake City
3br/2ba $400 & a 2br/lba $350
Mobile Home,
Call 386-365-7687
LATE MODEL MOBILE HOMES
Starting $450 month, Beautiful
Pond setting, w/trees. CH/A, Cable
avail. No pets. Call 386-961-0017

640 Mobile Homes
6U40 for Sale
1995 Skyline Rebel MH 14x70.
2BR/2BA, Hard board siding,
shingle roof, great shape $18,500.
Call 386-935-1741 before 8 pm.
2003 1680 sq ft. 3BR/2BA DW
All new appliances on 1 acre.
$89,900. Call (904)259-3570
or (904)408-9515
BUY A MANUFACTURED
HOME WITH AS LITTLE AS
$500 DOWN.
CALL 386-752-7751
COMPLETELY RENOVATED
Inside-out 2BR/2BA Singlewide.
Fully Furnished, some new.
appliances. Mobile Home Park
inside city limits. Low Lot Rent.
Ready to move in $15,000.00 Cash.
386-758-3506
MOBILE HOME MOVER
STATE CERTIFIED
Call 386-755-1783
FREE ESTIMATES
34 w/16 left, Used Doublewides
from Disney Area. Now in Lake
City. A/C, steps, cable ready w/TV,
telephone, furnished, pots & pans,
dishes, & silverware. Perfect for
Rental Properties or Starter Home.
Great Deals, While they Last!
386-752-5355
3BR/2BA, 01 DOUBLEWIDE ON
ABOUT 1/2 ACRE, IN
WOODGATE VILLAGE, LAKE
CITY, FL. CALL TIM FOR INFO.
.. 386-344-5292


640 iMobile Homes
0 for Sale
BUY, SELL, TRADE!
We Have Land, Used Homes, We
Take Trades. No Money Down
Programs. First Time Buyer
Programs. Call Tim 386-344-5292,
LEAVE MESSAGE!
CASH DEALS. WE LOVE EM!
We will give you the very best
pricing in North Florida on New or
Used Manufactured Homes!
386-752-5355
IF YOU OWN LAND OR HAVE A
LARGE DOWN PAYMENT. I
MAY BE WILLING TO OWNER
FINANCE A NEW
MANUFACTURED HOME FOR
YOU! CALL STEVE 386-365-8549
USE YOUR LAND IN LIEU OF A
DOWN PAYMENT TO BUY A
MANUFACTURED HOME.
1-800-355-9385
WE SELL MANUFACTURED
HOMES THAT LOOK LIKE LOG
CABINS. ALL SIZES.
386-752-7751

650 (Mobile Home
650 & Land
1990 Doublewide, 3BR/2BA
on 1.24 acres. Nice yard,
Grandfather oaks,
Great income producing
investment property.
Currently rented
$59,900, No Owner Financing
386-719-4802.
3/2 DW A/C on 1.5 acre lot
Will sell or Lease
in Worthington Springs
Call 386-466-1104
LAKE CITY New
3BR/2BA DW on 1 acre comer lot.!
Beautiful trees. $84,900, Below
Market Value. Call 386-755-2065
MODEL HOME by Contractor
4BR/2BA with many upgrades on
1/2 acre in upscale subdivision
(close in). Hamilton Homes
386-758-6755
4 BEDROOM 2 bath
home on land. Must sell.
In Beautiful Deer Creek Only
& $774 per/mth
CALL 386-752-5355
LAND HOME PACKAGES,
NEW AND USED,
WHILE THEY LAST!
CALL RON 386-397-4960

Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments
All very nice.
Convenient location.
Call 386-755-2423
CLEAN SECOND STORY 2/2,
1800 sf, sun deck, utility, country
privacy. $800.00 mo, $2000 needed.
No dogs. 386-961-9181

730 Unfurnished
O Home For Rent

BRAND NEW 3 & 4 BR.Homes
for Rent. 1816 SW GrandvieW St,
duplex 3/2 w/garage, approx
1200 sq ft $825/mo. 1175 SW She-
nandoah Glen 4/2 almost 1500 sq ft
w/ garage $995 mo. 1099 SW
Shenandoah Glen 3/2 approx
1400 sq ft w/garage $925/mo.
Ted Lancaster; Mark Busher &
Assoc. 904-317-4511 ext 18.


^730 Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent

HOMES FROM $199/mo.
4% Down, 30 years at 5.5%
l-3br Foreclosures! For listings
1-800-749-8124 ext. F388
LARGE 4 BR/2 1/2BA, Country
Brick home on 2 acres, double car
garage & fireplace, $1,375 per mo.,
1st, last & sec., call 386-365-0083

74 Furnished
4v Homes for Rent
3/2 FURNISHED home on 4 acres,
10 miles from Airport! Beautiful
wooded lot; CH/A; W/D.
$800 mo, 1st, last & $400 sec. Call
561-723-4302 or 561-723-4.306

750 Business &
Office Rentals
GREAT LOCATION
1235 SF Building
All Utilities Furnished
$975/month
A Bar Sales, Inc.
386-752-5035
7 Days 7 am-7 pm

Historic Henderson House
Office/Retail 3000 total sqft.
$1,875/mnthly. 207 S. Marion Ave.
386-867-0048 or 386-752-7951
OFFICE / SPACE for Lease : 790
sq ft. New bathroom, new tiled
floor. Across from VA Hospital.
$950. mo. Call 386-752-5878
or 386-623-5198
SPACE AVAILABLE in Shopping
Center on East Baya Ave. Approx
2000 sq ft. Perfect for offices.
Call 386-566-8079 weekdays,
386-497-4762 weekends.
The OfficeBuilding is 3,437 square
foot and has a reception room,
conference room, 12 offices,
2 storage rooms, a break room, and
4 restrooms. The office is located at
816 SW Main Boulevard and is
currently leased by the Odom
Moses & Company. The office will
be available on March 1, 2006.
Monthly rent is 3500.00 plus taxes.
Call 386-365-8181 or 386-623-3771
US 90 W in Westside Plaza
New Office Space 900 sq ft
Near Future Home Depot
Call Keith 867-3464


805 Lots for Sale

04503371
RESERVE NOW!
Your lot in Columbia County's
Newest Planned Residential
Rural Development.
Large lots 1.2 to 1.6 acres -
Even room for your horse!
Deed restrictions and homes only.
Lots from $75,000
Owner Financing Available
Sherwood Pines, US 41 North .,
:>-' 386-755-3456:-

I ACRE 3 River Estates. High &
Dry. Clear Home Site. Owner
Financing, No Down Payment.
$35n mo. $34.1'00 352-215-1018 ,

FOR SALE 1 acre near Fort White,
with/without well & septic.
Starting at $32,000. Possible owner
financing. Call 386-497-4520


810 Home for Sale
$14,000 6BR
FORECLOSURE! AVAIL.NOW!
FOR LISTINGS
800-749-8124 EXT. H411
MODULAR HOME, 1508 Sqft.,
3BR/2BA. LIV/FRM, STUCCO
EXTERIOR, DRIVEWAY,
SODDED, SPRINKLER SYSTEM,
20% DOWN,
APPROX. $722.72/MTH.
CALL RON 386-397-4960

820 Farms&
O2U Acreage
5 Gorgeous Rolling acres on paved
rd. Homes only 2 mi to Ichetucknee
Park. Cleared in pasture fenced on
3 sides. $119, 000 386-497-4983
5-7 AC lots, Start @ $89K
Owner Fin. 386-754-7529
www.bullardproperty.com
Chris Bullard Owner/Broker


FSBO: 7.4 acre wood lot, with well
& septic. 6 miles North of Lake City
towards White Springs. $100,000
Cash or Terms. Call 386-752-4597

920 Auto Parts
2 & Supplies
2 FIFTH Wheel hooks up,
like new
$300,00 each
(904)923-2742

930 Motorcycles
2003 HD 883 Sporster Windshield,
screaming & eagle pipes.
$4,000 extra chrome. 2,500K miles.
$7,800Call between noon & 5pm
386-752-5654

940 Trucks
1983 FORD F-150 4x4,
straight 6, runs but needs work
$800.00 O.B.O.
386-697-1732
1992 Chevy Silverado 1/2 ton. Ext.
Cab. Bed liner, tool box, cold air,
cruise, tilt, PW & runs good.
$2,500. Call (904)923-2742 cell
2004 CHEVROLET Colorado
Crew Cab Z71. Low miles. Don't
let shaky credit stand in your way!
Have your taxes done free!
Ask me how! Call 386-984-6353
2005 CHEVY Z71 Reg Cab
Stepside, could be yours, regardless
of credit history! Ask me how!
Call 386-867-3085


THIS 2005 Mazda Ext. Cab 4x4
Automatic can be yours even with
shaky credit, Need your taxes done
free! Ask me how. 386-867-3085


950 Cars for Sale
*Hondas from $500*
Police Impounds!
For hlung, call
-800.-'49-8 I16 e,.lAt7 '
1978 NOVA 2 Door Sedan
Runs good, needs body work,
perfect project car, $700 OBO,
Call 386-963-2151 or 386-365-7007
89 FIREBIRD, T-top, New Tires,
Runs Great, Good Interior, AC,
Great motor & Transmission.
$2,000 OBO. Call 386-719-7284


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CHEVY MALIBU Classic 2005,
regardless of credit history, and
income tax done free! Call and ask
me how 386-867-3085
MAZDA MIATA 2002 Model
Need for Speed? Less than perfect
credit and 0 down! Ask me how!
Call 386-867-3085

Recreational
951 Vehicles
00 PACE Arrow
Nice shape, Low miles
This week only $46,250
Call Rex 352-758-8661
06 CLASS A Hurricane Gas,
New Was $82,369
Now $64,823
Call Rex 386-758-8661
06 HURRICANE 31'
2 Slides
64,900-
Call Jim 386-758-8661
1984 18FT Travel Trailer. A Must
See. Very Nice. Awning, new tires,
new fridge, roof AC, sleeps 5,
full bath, easy pull. 20 mins
South of Ft. White. $3,800 OBO.
Call 386-935-0818
98 ALLEGRO Bus 36'
Diesel, Low miles
Well maint. Must Sell!
Best offer call Jim 352-572-4470
98 ALLEGRO Bus
Diesel 36'
74,900
Call Jim 386-758-8661
98 NATIONAL Tropical
36'
44,900
Call Jim 386-758-8661


FEMA SPEC.
Overstock & Returns.
HUGE selection up to 50% off
Call 386-758-8661


FEMA SPEC.
Overstock & Returns + many others
HUGE selection up to 50%6ff
Call 386-758-8661

5 Vans&Spor' |
il. Vehicles
2005 CHEVY Trailblazer like new..
Less than perfect credit? No
problem. Ask about having your
taxes done free. 386-984-6353
CHEVY BLAZER 2005
Only 7K miles, Like new. Shaky
credit no problem! Ask me about
0 down. Call 386-984-6353


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Q I. Lake City, FL 32055
ve Business (386) 752-6575
21 2001 Toll Free 1-800-333-4946
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daddy oaks. Property can be divided for 2 "d dwelling. Live in this 1 BR/I BA
dwelling while building. Home needs TLC. I Kitchen has beautiful western
cedar walls. Large open deck; Workshop with both wat er & electric. Great
place for horses with separate enclosure. MLS#50997 $125,500'


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950 Cars for Sale
1982 MERCEDES "300D" Turbo
Diesel. 170K on replacement
engine. Original red paint. Body in
solid shape. Fair interior. Needs
tires, starter. Runs good $850 OBO
Call John 935-3939
2005 CHEVROLET Cobalt. Low
miles, Great low payment car. Re-
gardless of credit history! Ask about
my 0 down plan. Call 386-984-6353
2006 FORD Taurus, Save
Thousands from buying new. Shaky
credit ok. Ask about having your
taxes done free! Call 386-984-6353
99 HONDA Shadow 600 VLX.
Black, 11,000 actual miles. $2,800
firm. 752-6422 or 288-2604
ask for Darrell
CHEVY IMPALA 2005 could be
yours and your taxes done free!
Ask me how (386) 867-3085


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