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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Lake City reporter
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City, Fla
Publication Date: February 1, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Another Way, Inic. Executive Director Donna Fagan (from left),
Director of Fundraising and Development Angie Osterhoudt and
Volunteer Coordinator Shelley Messner provide a helping hand
and shoulder to lean on for battered and sexually assaulted women
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Columbia County Superintendent Grady 'Sam' Markham (left) stands next to Janet Hoste~tler and Charlene Brown of
Columbia Bank Thursday afternoon. Hostetler, a secretary and bookkeeper at Lake City Middle school, was named the
Columbia County School District's 2008 School-Related Employee of the Year.

Secretary-bookkeeper 'didn't expect it'

School-related employee of the
Year Award," she said. "I didn't
expect it. I'mn very happy about it."
Hostetler, who works as a
secretary and bookkeeper, has
won the Lake City Middle School
school-related employee of the
year award three out of the last
four years, but Thursday was the
first time she captured the county
Hostetler received the award at
the school district's 2008
School-Related Employee of the
year luncheon at Holiday Inn Hotel
& Suites where 13 other school
district school-related employees
were recognized for their work
and dedication at their schools and
the administrative complex.
Hostetler said she didn't expect
to win the award because some of
the other nominees had more
years of experience and had
achieved so many career and
school goals.
"Winning this award means that
everybody appreciates me and that
I'm doing a good job," Hostetler
said. "This means people are

recognizing me, complimentingg
me anld acknowledging that I've
done a good job."
Lake City Middle School
principal Tom Dorsett said he was
happy to see an employee from his
school win the award.
"I feel tremendous for this lady
because she's just a super,
outstanding employee," he said.
"She's very proficient and knows
what she's doing. She's always
looking for work because we can't
keep enough work with her."
Dorsett said Hostetler's ability to
adjust and re-adjust are special
talents that she brings to the job
each day.
"She never complains, never
criticizes anld always has that up
an~d outgoing spirit," he said.
"WTe're just glad to have her."
Hostetler has been an employee
with the Columbia School District
at Lake City Middle School for
nearly 4 years after coming fronT
the St. Lucie County School
Distr-ict- county offices.
HOSTETLER conltinue~d on 8IA


ecstatio-when they
have employees
who don't complain
M ot eploersaror criticize and
excel at their jobs.
Lake City Middle School has an
employee who displays those -
talents on a daily basis while
often doing multiple jobs with a
refreshing upbeat spirit.
Janet Hostetler, who is as upbeat
as a Dixie ttme on a Saturday
night, take's pride in her work and
the dedication that she brings to
her job each day.
Though she's been recognized
and honored by school officials
for her work for the past three
years, county officials gave her a
Higher level of recognition
Thursday when Hostetler was
named the 2008 Columbia School
District School-Related Employee
of the Year.
"It's exciting to win the .
Columbia County 2008

Agency is a certified domestiC
violence an'd rape crisiS
center serymng seven countieS
~Women seeking a way out of an
abusive relationship can seek solace at
Another Way, Inc.
"It basically started out like most domes-
tic violence centers, by concerned citizens
within the community,' said Donna Fiagan,
Another Way, Inc. Executive D~irector.
Another Way, Inc. is a celtrctife domestic
violence and rape cr-isis center,; ser-ving
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamlilton,
Lafayette, Levy andi Suwannee counties.
The domestic violence and r-ape shelter1s

16i7 children sought: safe haven at the shelters.
Battered or abused women come to
the shelters through many differ-ent
avenues. They can be brought in by law
enforcement: and sometimes just show up
at the ~front- gate, said Shelley Messnler,
volunteer coordinator.
The first question asked when someone
calls the hot-line is if thle person can leave
their home on their- own or if someone can
bring themi to the shelter, said Angie
Oster-houdt, director- of F~undr-aising and
Another- Way Inc. will comec and get a
woman if they needl to, bult law e~nfor-cement
may be~come involvedc if therec is a~ possibility
that the ba~ttrer- will recturnI. F';~aga satil.
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2 others held in jail
on unrelated charges
in check operation.
Columbia County Sheriff's
deputies arrested a man on
Wednesday who is thought to
have illegally netted more than
$10,000 through forged checks.
Anthony Lee Conti, 48, was
arrested and charged with forg-
ing bank checks, uttering (cash-
ing) a forged bank check and
possession of a counterfeit
instrument. He remained in the
Columbia County Jail on
.Thursday on a $75,000 bond.
Two other suspects in the for-
gery operation are also being
held at the jail on unrelated
charges, although detectives
believe that both men will. be
charged in the coming days.
According to CCSO reports,
Conti is accused of stealing
checks ~from local mailboxes,
duplicating the~account and rout-
inlg numbers onto checks he
created at home, and then
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An1 ongoing discussion/dis-
pute over the City of Lake

Emergency Medical .Services
fueled Thlur-sday's Columbia
County Board of County
Commissioners workshop.
The city owes the county
$25i0,000 for services in
2007, and another $250,000 for
the current fiscal year.
"The taxpayers subsidize EMS
approximately $1.2 million per
year, in other words EMS does
not pay for itself, you have to put
some other money with it to
make it pay for itself," County
Manager Dale Wrilliams said.
"For years and years there was a
formula as to how to do that,
andt the city's portion under the
formula was $250,000.
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M Actor Stuart Whitmnan is 80.
A Singer Don Everly is 71.
M Actor Garrett Morris is 71.
Actor Sherman Hemsley is 70.
Jazz musician Joe Sample
M Co edian Terry Jones is 66.
Actor-writer-producer Bill
Mumy is 54.
Rock mu ic an Mike Campbell

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Princess Stephanie of
Monaco is 43.
Actress Sherilyn Fenn is 43.
Lisa Marie Presley is 40.
Com dian and actor Pauly
Actor Michael C. Hall is 37.
Rapper Big Boi (Outkast)
Actr Jarrett Lennon is 26.

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T'he Suwan~nee River Valley
Chapter of thle Military
Officers Association of
America inducted new officers
and discussed last year's care
package drive at their meeting
on Thursday.
The dinner, which will take
place at the Elki's Lodge, is an
annual event
MOAA Secretary Dennis
Tarkington gave a recap of the
troop care packages that were
sent to soldiers in Iraq and
Afghanistan. The group started
sending the packages, which
contained items like deodorant,
hand lotion, shaving razors and
other hygiene items last June.
The fist packages were sent
through a Web site called
MarineParents. com, ;Tarkington
MOAA donated $120 that
covered 30 packages in June.
After that, MOAA decided
they wanted to help soldiers in
other branches of the military
and decided to put together
their own packages and get
names of local troops currently
The fist MOAA shipment
was sent in July, with

thritt@lakecityrepor ter. com

Most parents are accus-
tomed to their children com
plaining, fussing and moaning
about doing household chores.
Though the complaining,
sibling rivalry, and other atti-
tude changes show the various
maturity levels of the children,
parents often find it difficult to
deal with the emotional roller
The Columbia School
District Parent Involvement
program has scheduled a
series of seminars for Monday
to help parents gain some
insight into dealing with
children on a daily basis.
The seminars are part of the
school district's positive parent-
ing program and Barbara
Coloroso will serve as the
keynote speaker for Monday's
seminars. .
The seminars, "Kids are
Worth It! Parenting With Wit
and Wisdom," will be held
at the Columbia School
Board Administrative Complex
Auditorium, 372 W. Duval St.
The first seminar has been
scheduled for 10 a.m.-noon and
the evening session has been
scheduled for 6:30 p m.-8 p~m
The seminars are free to the
pubhacranagefree child care a
session by calling 758-4872.
The morning and evening
seminars will be catered to par-
ents, caregivers and communi-
ty members, while the 3 p.m. to
4 p.m. seminar will cater to the
needs of teachers, daycare
workers and educational
support staff.
Columbia School District
Parent Involvement Coordin-
ator Tina Roberts said the sem-
inars are designed to provide
practical advice in parenting for
people who have' children
between toddler and teenage

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Coloroso, a former teacher,
is the author of five books who
also works as an educational
"(She's an internationally rec-
ognized speaker and author in
the area of parenting, teaching,
school discipline and non-vio-
lent conflict resolution," Roberts
Roberts said Coloroso's
presentation will share the
keys to good parenting such as
treating kids with respect, giv-
ing them opportunities to make
decisions, taking responsibility
for their own actions and to
learn from their successes and
"She'll be giving parents
practical tips that can be built
into daily routines," Roberts
said. 1T~he information will.
show how to utilize the very
stuff of family life chores,
meal times, sibling rivalries,
allowances and more. She feels
that we must create a home
environment in which children
can become self-disciplined,
compassionate, responsible
and resourceful."
Roberts said the seminars
often provide parents with tips
to help them in child-rearing.
"~We provide these programs
to educate, inspire and
motivate parents," she said.

The Suwannee River Valley Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America inducted their 2008
officers on Thursday. From left to right: President Steve Casto, First Vice President Ted Vass, Second
Vice President Tandy Carter, Treasurer Mo Becnel, Past President Vern Lloyd, Secretary Dennis
Tarkington and MOAA Board Members Ray Kirkland, Oscar Nicholson and Ralph Henry.

19 packages sent to local resi-
dents from Columbia and sur-
roundinlg counties serving
in Iraql and Afghanistan,
Tarkington said.
Advertisements and an arti-
cle in the Lake City Reporter
helped bring about public
awareness and more soldiers
names, he said.
President and chief execu-
tive of Quest Aviation Jeff
Johnson donated $500 to help
with the project and Archie and

Jerri Coop, of O'Brien, collect-
ed personal hygiene items to
send in care packages for
Four more packages
were mailed this January,
Tarkington said.
In total 87 packages were
sent to troops, some of whlom
wrote back to MOAA thanking
them for the gesture.
Afterwards the 2008 MOAA
officers were inducted with
Steve Casto serving as

president, Ted Vass as ~first vice
president, Tandy Carter as sec-
ond vice president, Dennis
Tarkington as secretary and
Mo Becnel as treasurer.
Casto said that the MOAA
hopes to become more active
at thle Like City VA Hospital
this year by helping out
through volunteer services.
The next meeting of the
Suwannee Valley Chapter of
the MOAA will meet on
Feb. 28.

Staff reports

Law enforcement officers
arrested a 20-year-old Lake
City man and charged him
with hosting a party where
alcohol was distributed to
minors on Saturday night.
Danny James Davis, 20, was
charged with hosting an open
house party and contributing
to the delinquency of a minor.
He posted bond and was
released from the Columbia
County Jail.
According to reports,
deputies with the Columbia
County Sheriff's Office
received a tip at approximate-
ly midnight Saturday and
reported a possible party at
638 NW Bronco Terrace
where minors were allegedly

consuming alcohol. Deputies
arrived soon after and
observed nearly 50 vehicles at
the residence-
Those attending the party
fled the residence when
deputies arrived and one of
the officers, who is a school
resource officer at Columbia
High School, noted that he
recognized several of those
When Davis was arrested,
reports state he told deputies
he was hosting a party for a
friend who was going into the
According to the sheriff's
office, Davis' brother,
Timothy Lee Davis, and moth-
er, Elaine Fox, were both
arrested in May and charged
' with hosting a house party in

May where minors were
observed consuming alcohol.

Juveniles arrested

Two juveniles were arrested
and charged with the Sunday
home invasion robbery of a
93-year-old man,
The two 15i-year old
Columbia County youths'
names were not released due
to their age, according to the
Columbia County Sheriff's
One of the suspects was
arrested after the incident late
Sunday night while the other
was arrested Tuesday. They
were both transferred to the
Juvenile Detention Center in
According to reports, the

victim of the incident claimed
that as he was watching TV at
approximately 9 p.m. Sunday,
the two -suspects burst into his
home and demanded money.
One of the youths brandished a
gun while the other served as a
lookout. They later escaped
with the victim's wallet and an
undisclosed amount of cash.
The victim said he recog-
nized the boys because they
had stopped by earlier and
made an inquiry about a dog.
The wallet was later recovered
by detectives.

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firefighter tumbled
through the ceiling
of a burning house
Wednesday afternoon,
everyone at the scene a total of
about 40 people held their
collective breath. We're glad Blaiyze
Neeley escaped the scene with only
minor mnjunes.
He walked away from the rubble
that was left from where he fell through
the ceiling of home while battling an
attic fie.
Firefighters normally have the
respect and admiration of the public,
but when one goes down, even with
minor injuries, we all gain a totally new
Perspective of their work. It is a quick
reminder that firefighting is a
dangerous job and that no dispatch
call is routine.
Very few of us face life-risking
:M ":"ecesin 0ur 1a jobs, but
minute-by-minute basis. When the bell
rings, these men and women answer
Sit, grab their turnout gear and quickly
move to an unknown scene of crisis.
It's good to know there are people
among us who are willing to take on
this risky occupation. They line up and
volunteer to gotowork each day
knowing the danger they may face to
help others. They are ready to meet the
challenge and they do so without
complaint, without a second thought
and for very little money.
Thanks, fiefighters, for working to
keep the rest of us safe.
I[N 'H IS-T.O RY.. -.
Today is Friday, Feb. 1, the 32nd day
of 2008. There are 334 days left in the
SIn 1920, the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police came into existence.
SIn 1946, Nonrwegian statesman Trygve
Lie was chosen to be the first
secretary-general of the United Nations.
SIn 1968, during the Vietnam War,
South Vietnam's police chief executed a
SViet Cong officer with a pistol shot to the
head in a scene captured by Associated
Press photographer Eddie Adams and
SNBC News.
SIn 1968, Richard M. Nixon announced
his bid for the Republican presidential
In 1991, 34 people were killed when
Sa USAir jetliner crashed atop a
Commuter plane on a runway at Los
Angeles International Airport.
M In 2003, the space shuttle Columbia
broke up during re-entry, killing all seven of
Sits crewmembers.

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nally from Ft. White,
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pectedly on January
26, 2008 at 4:12 am. Graduate of
Richardson High School, Class of
1969. She and her family moved
to Herndon, Va after her husband
retired from the Air Force in 1995.
Those mourning her pass-
ing include her husband, Richard
Washington, Sr. Capt. USAF
(Retired) of Herndon, VA and
children Linnie Hupe and
Richard Washington of Virginia
Commonwealth University,
Richmond, VA. Also her maternal
grandmother, Mrs. Florines Enman,
Ft. White.
Funeral will be at Antioch Baptist
Church in Ft. White, .Saturday,
February 2, 2008 at 11:00 am. Rev.
William Jones, Pastor.
Arrangements entrusted to A.
HOME in High Springs. Visitation
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Robbel~rg School
of` Cosmet~ology in
La~ke City. H-e con-
atl Dudilcy School of
Beaulty Cultulre, in
North Carolina. He
r~eturnedl to Lake

Tlhursdlay, Janulary 24, 2008 at The
Health Center of` Lake City li~llow-
ing an extended illness. Born in
Olustee, Fla. she was the daughter
of the late William and Rachel Holt.
She accepted Christ at an early age
and was a member of McCray's
Chapel Holiness Church, Olustee.
FI under the pastorage of the late
Bishop David McCray.
Survivors include I son, James
Mackey, Palm Coast, Fl; daughter,
Wanda George, Lake City, Fla.;
God-daughter, Cynthia Washington,
Olustee,Fla.; sisters,Rosetta Holms,
Providence, Fla.; and Estella Avan,
Groveland, Fla; 2 grandchildren; a
host of nieces, nephews, cousins,
other relatives and friends.
Funeral services for; Mother
Neda Hill, will be 11:00 a.m.
Saturday, February 2, 2008 at
McCray's Chapel Holiness Church
with Bishop Matthew Webb, offi-
ciating. Interment will follow in
Olustee Memorial Cemetery. The
family will receive friends on Friday,
February 1, 2008 at Cooper Funeral
Home, Chapel from 5:00 p.m. until
6:00 p.m. Arrangements entrusted
251 N.E. Washington Street, Lake
City, Fla. Willis o. Cooper, L.F.D.

Margaree Steward
Ms. Margaree Steward, 67, of
Lake City, Florida passed away
January 22, 2008 at North Florida
Regional Medical Center of
Gamnesville, Florida. Ms. Steward
resided in Lake City for the past
twenty-three (23) years. Survivors
are devoted Son, Gilmore (Brandy)
Newkirk III, of Lake City, Florida,
and a devoted Sister Betty Lyons,
Lake City, a Foster Daughter Linda
Viney, of Brooklyn, New York, Four
Grandchildren, Gilmore Newkirk
IV, Leantra Newkirk, Gilshard
Newkirk, and Zion Newkirk, all of
Lake City, Florida. Interment was
at the Garden of Rest Cemetery.
365 N.W. Washington Street
was in charge of arrangements.
Independently owned and operated
since 1980. Email: rudolmize@aol.

otherl rel;lsivecs anld friendt s also suir
Funeral ser~vices li~r Da~vid 'ohbb,
will be 1:00 Sundal;y, February
3, 2008 a~t Macedlonia Seventh l
Day Adlventist Church with Byron
Well, pastor, officiating. Interment
will fkillow in the Gardlen of Rest
Cemetery. The famlily will receive
friends on Satulrday, February 2,
2008 at Cooper Funeral Home,
Chapel from 6:00 pm until 8:00
Arrangements by COOPER
Washington St. Lake City, Fla.
Willis O. Cooper, L.F.D.

Jesse Jerome Denson
Jesse Jerome
Denson, age 57,
resident of 494
N.E. Granger
Mill Road, died
Saturday, January
26, 2008 at his res-
idence following
a sudden illness.
:i He was the son
of Idean IPrioleau
Denson and Dozier
Denson. Jesse, was a 19)68 graduate
of Richardson High School where
he excelled in playing football. He
was an active member of the Air
National Guard and was employed
with Homes of Merit.
Survivors include his children,
Drayton Jerome Denson, Rapid
City, S.D.; Trivennie Denson,
Olustee, Fla; Shanetra Denson, Saint
Louis, Missouri, Miccah Monroe
Denson, Lake City and Keith R.
Lewis, Lake City; 2 sisters, Odessa
Jones (Mitchell) Jacksonville, and
Darlene Tyson, Jacksonville, Fla.;
5 brothers, Alfred, Lake City, Alton
Denson, Long Beach, CA, Larry,
Jacksonville, Dannie and Michael
Wayne Denson; a devoted friend,
Gloria Lewis, Laike City, Fla.; a host
of nieces, nephews, cousins, other
relatives and friends.
Funeral services for Jesse Jerome
Denson, will be 2:00 p.m. Saturday,
February 2, 2008 at the National
Guard Armory. Interment will be
Monday, February 4, 2008 at ~1:00
p.m. at Florida National Cemetery
Bushnell, Fla. The family will
receive friends Friday from 6:00
p.m. until 7:00 p.m. February 2,
2008 at Cooper Funeral Home,
Chapel .
Arrangements entrusted to
251 N.E. Washington Street, Lake
City, Fla. Willis O. Cooper, L.F.D.

Tammy' Elizab~eth Dixon
Tammy Elizabeth Dixon was born
on March 6, 1965 in Alachua County
Florida to Betty Miae Coleman and
Rufus Leverne Dixon. She was a
resident of Tallahassee, Florida for
the majority of her life. Her name
was called on the Heavenly roll.
Gabriel blew his horn, the gates
parted, and God welcomed her into
his loving arms on January 24,
2008She was preceded in death by
her maternal and paternal grand-
parents, devoted step-mother Ida
Maxwell Dixon and step-father
Henry Coleman.She leaves to cher-
ish her precious memories, father
Rufus Leverne Dixon, Olustee,
Fl.; mother, Betty Mae Coleman,
Alachua, Fl.; one uncle Levoy
Dixon, Alachua, Fl.; One brother
Capeace Dixon, Alachua, Fl.; four
sisters Cheryl Dixon, Alachua, Fl.;
Connie Dixon, Ocala, Fl.; Letha
(Swanson) Miller, Alachua, Fl; and
Erica Dixon, Orange Park, Fl.; a
host of nieces, nephews,, cousins,
sorrowing friends, and the Staff
and Residents of McCauley Cluster.
A memorial is planned for Friday
February 8, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. at
McCauley Cluster in Tallahassee,
Florida.In lieu of flowers please
make donations to the March of
Dimes. Arrangements are entrusted
292 NE Washington St. Lake City,
Florida (386)752-4366. Marq
Combs-Turner, L.F.D.

Lynn Smith Gaskins
Mrs. Lynn Smith Gaskins, 53,
of Old Town, Florida, died late
Thursday evening in the Haven
Hospice Suwannee Valley Care
Center in Lake City of injuries
sustained in an automobile acci-
dent. A native of Bartow, Florida,
Mrs. Gaskins lived most of her
life in Lake City and had moved
to Old Town five years ago. Mrs.
Gaskins worked for many years as
a teller, teller supervisor and ulti-
mately branch manager for the First
Federal Savings Banks. She then
went to work as a book keeper for
North Florida Truck Parts and was
currently employed with Granda
Flora Nursery in Gainesville,
Florida. Mrs. Gaskins enjoyed fish-
ing, she loved to cook and she was
a loving and devoted grandmother.
Mrs. Gaskins was a Chris~tian.
Mrs. Gaskins is survived by
her husband of thirty-three years,

Roy Gaskins; a son, Chad Gaskins
(Kim); & her grandsons, Zachary
Gaskins & Camdlen Gaskins all of
Lake City; her mother, Ida Smith
Kuschill of Lake City; a brother,
George Smith of Lake City; three
sisters, Susan Sund (Greg) O,Brien,
Florida; Patti Smith Jackson, Lake
City, Florida; and Karen DeWeese
(Tony) of` Ocala, Florida; and her
mother & father-in-law, Randall
& Vernlice Gaskins of L~ake City.

Numerlous other famrlily memberl~cs
anld frlien(S allSO SurIviVe.
Funera~l services linl Mrs. Gu~sk~ins
will be condtuccted at I1:00) A.M.,
Mondal~y, Febr~uarly 4, 2008 in the
Hopefull Bap~tist Chlurch with D~r.
Rodnley Baker, Rev. Doyle Williaums
andi Rev. John Hathaway off~iciat-
ing. Interment will follow in the
Williams Cemetery (Hwy 100A).
The family will receive friends
from 2-4:00 Sunday afternoon at the
funeral home. In lieu of flowers the
family requests that memorial dona-
tions be made to the Haven Hospice
of the Suwannee Valley, 6037 U.S.
Highway 90 West, Lake City, FL
32055. Arrangements are under the
direction of the DEES-PARRISH
S. Marion Ave., Lake City. (752-
1234 or 752-2211) Please sign our
on-line family 'guestbook at www.

Walter Vincent Haines
ta Mr. Walter Vinlcent
Hainles, 84 of Lalke
:5~ A City diiedl Monlday
S; afternoon, January 28,
2008 at the Veteran's
Administration Hospital Hospice
Unit in Lake City. A native of
Cralwford County, Ohio, Mr. Haines
had lived in Lake City since 19)89
having movedl here from Lake
Placid, Florida. Mr. Haines was a
veteran of the U~nited States Army
Air Corp having serveddturinlg World
War II. He retired as the owner and
operator of Haines Manufacturing
in Malrion, Ohio. Mr. Haines was
a member of local and national
chapters of the EAA-Experimental
Aircraft Association,'enjoyed flying
and building experimental aircraft.
racing and building race cars and he
attended Watertown Congregational
Methodist Church in Lake City.
Mr. Haines is survived by his
wife, Martha Haines, Lake City,
three sons, Jeff Haines, Marion.
Ohio, Leonard and Gregory Sisson
both of Lake City and one daughter,
Janice Taylor (Robert), Melbourne.
Fl. Three brothers, John Haines.
Johnstown, Ohio, Raymond Hainles,
Marion, Ohio and Bill Haine~s,
Prescott, Arizona, three sisters.
Susie Lucas, Marion, Ohio, Pat
Richlederpher, Delaware, Ohio and
Helen Carlisle, Atwood Lake, Ohio,
eight grandchildren and thirteen
great grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services for Mr. Haines
will be conducted on Saturday.
February 2, 2008 in the chapel of
Guerry Funeral Home with Rev.
Randy Ogburn, pastor of Watertown
Congriational Methodist Church
officiating. Visitation with the~
family will be .Friday evening
from 6-8:00 P.M. at the funeral
home. Interment services will be
next week in Marion, Ohio at the
Marion Cemetery. In lieu of flow-
ers, donations may be made to the
Hospice Unit at the VA Hospital
in Lake City at 3 South Hospice,
619 S. Marion Ave., Lake City. FI
32025. Arrangements are under the
direction of GUERRY FUNERAL
HOME, Lake City.

Sergeant David Harps, Sr.
Sergeant David
Harps, Sr. ascended to
"'~ .. his resting covenant on
Thursday January 24,
2008, in Gainesville, Florida, where
David accounted his final destina-
tion as God called him home. David
was born to the late Paul Harps and
Mae Etta Fields. His education and
childhood experiences were in Lake
City, Florida. Answering the call to
serve his country, he enlisted and
served in the* United States Navy
and Merchant Marines. Returning
to his birth home, David continuedl
to serve his country andi comnmunity.
He served the citizens of Columbia
County as a Firefighter until his
retirement. He was united in ma~r-
riage to Betty Jean Brown. Davidl is
preceded in death by three siblings:
Eddie Harps, Sr., Daisy Lee Kellum
and Marvin Smith.
He leaves to cherish his memory,
a devoted sister, Pealrl Simpson, of`
Lake City, Fl.; seven loving chil-
dren; Sherri Harps Mohammnad
of Los Angeles, California, John
Thomas Underwood, D~avid H-arps,
Jr. Samuel Holli (Harps), all of Lake
City, Tyronne Harps, Atlanta, GA.,
David Robinson (Harps), Lake Clity,
and Darrell Harps,Detroit Michigan;
as well as a host of grandlchildrenl ,
relatives, and friends.
Visitation with the family will
be held on Friday February 1, 2008
from 6:00 8:00 P.M. at the F~unerlal
Funeral services for Sergeant(
David Harps, Sr. will be held
Saturday, February 2, 2008, 1:00
P.M. at New Day Springps Baptist
Church .
Arrangemecnts are entrustedl to
NE Washington Street, Lanke C'ity,
FL. (386)752-4366

Jlames Maclrthlur Hlill, Jr.
James MacArtlhur H-ill. Jr., age
41, president of Savanna. Go; dlied
Tuesday, January 22. 200X termni-
nating a suddecn illness. H-e wa~s bor~n
on July 370, 1966 to James McArthlur
Hill Sr. and Everlilna Gordlon-Hill,
in Gainesville, Florida.
He wvas edlucatedl inl the Lake Clity,
Columnbia Counlty school system. He
gradluatedt in 19)71, from Columnbial
H-igh School, andl later a(cttende

Shirley B~lunt
Mrs. Shirle~y Blunlt wats born 1
on January' I1, 19)37 to Sherwoood
and Le~ona C'uff inl Montrose PA.
Shirley was lov'ingly raisedl in
Harlem, N.Y. by L~eonal Cuff a~nd
Leon Dorch and there she met and
married Charles L. Blunt, andi they
became the proud parents of Four
(4) Daughters. Shirley was the
oldest of Five (5) children and was
preceded in death by Two (2) sis-
ters, Mary and Sandra.
Shirley worked in retail for more
than Thirty (30) years and loved
Cooking, crocheting, and reading.
In August of year 2000 she moved
from New York City to Lake City,
Florida where she lived out the
remainder of her life. Shirley was
not only a mother to her children,
but a mother and friend to all she
met. Shirley departed this life on
January 25, 2008 surrounded by
loved ones. Her life continues
through the love and memories of
her children, Carol, Patricia (Tisa),
Pamela, Tawana, Dwayne, Tanya,
Vondel, Christina, and DeJanae.
Her grandchildren, William, Gary,
Charles, and Jaylen. Her great
grandchildren, Daijha, and Nicko,
her sister and brother -in-law, Joan
and Irving Best, brother and sister-
in-law Charles (Champ) and Tasha
Cuff, and a host of Nieces and
Nephews. She was dearly loved by
each of us and many others. Shirley
will truly be missed.She will be laid
to rest in Fitzgerald, Georgia.

C.A. Boston
~Mr. C.A.
Boston, 76, of Lake
-.& City died early
-Thursday morning,
January 31, 2008
at Haven Hospice
c4.~Suwannee Valley
Care Center in
i.Lake City. A lifelong
~ resident of Lake City,
Mr. Boston served in
the U.S. Army during the Korean
Conflict, served in the Air Force
Reserve, and was past Commander
of the VFW in Lake City. Mr.
Boston attended and was a gradu-
ate of Columbia High School. He
was owner of B&B Seafood for 20
years before retiring in .July 2006.
He loved his family, his church
family, politics and football with
passion and was a true friend to
many, known for his giving "heart
of gold". He was a member and
Head Deacon of First Full Gospel
Church in Lake City and was pre-
ceded in death by his parents Alva
and Vera Boston, brother, Gerald
Boston, sisters, Joyce Poitevint and
Linda Finley.
Mr. Boston is survived by his
wife of 56years, Betty L. (Poitevint)
Boston, Lake City; daughters, Rita
Swisher. (Jimmy), Rhonda Russell
(Jack), Terri Brown (Danny)
and Patricia Stuart (Greg), all of
Lake City; grandchildren, Leigh
Page (Ken), Dacula, GA; Jenalyn
McCray (Corey), Jay Swisher,
Shane Russell and Kaylee Stuart, all
of Lake City; great-grandchildren,
Elise and Daniel Page, Dacula, GA;
Bradee and Tison McCray, Lake
City; brothers, George and Tommy
Boston, Lake City and sisters, Edith
Davis, Jacksonville, FL and Louise
Sanders, Tennessee also survive.
Funeral services for Mr. Boston
will be conducted at 2:00 P.M.,
Sunday, February 3, 2008 at Lake
City Church of God with Pastor
Stan Ellis and Pastor Ulis Taylor
officiating. Interment will follow
at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens
Cemetery. Visitation with the fam-
ily will be held Saturday evening
from 5:00-8:00 P.M. at the funeral
home. In lieu of flowers dona-
tions can be made to First Full
Gospel Church Building Fund, P.O.
Box 2527, Lake City, FL, 32056
or The American Cancer Society,
2119 SW 16th St., Gainesville, FL
32608. Arrangements are under the
direction of GATEWAY-FOREST
S. HWY 441, Lake City. (386) 752-
1954. Please sign the guest book at
www.gatewayforestlawn .com.

David Cobb

age 61 resident of
Davenport, Iowa
and former resident
of Lake City died
Friday, January 25,
2008 at his resi-
~g~a i~dence in Davenport
: terminating an illness.
r- ---He is the son of Mrs.
Nettle L. Lawson
Cobb & the late Rudolph Cobb, He
accepted Christ at an early age and
joined the Seventh Day Adlventist
Church. David attended the public
school of Columbia County. He
enlisted in the U.S. Navy and was
honorably discharged, he worked as
a salesman and was a professional
truck driver until his health failed.
Survivors include his mother,

Nettle L. Cobb, Unadilla,Ga; daugh-
ters, Dell Vinola Cobb, Milwaukee,
Wis., Karen Bell, Jacksonville, Fl.;
four sisters, Esther (Willie) Kohn
Jacksonville, Fla., Mary Saulsby
(Johnnie) Jacksonville, Fla., Helen
Morgan, Lake City, Mildred
Haddock (Elijah) Lake City, Fla.;
one brother, Fred Cobb, Lake City,
Fla.; a devoted friend, Sara Oaks,
Davenport, lowa; al host of uncles,
aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins

City andi became a successful cos-
Before relocating to Savannah,
in 2002 James united with Bethel
Missionary Baptist Church under
the leadership of Pastor Alvin Baker.
After moving to Savannah Georgia,
James decided to change careers.
He attended Culinary Art School,
successfully completed that pro-
gram and devoted his time and new
foundt talent preparing meals for the
homeless shelters in Savannah Ga.
Hie Icaves to cherish his memo-
ries, on son Adrlian Hill, andi one
daoughter Alexis Hill, both of Lake
C'ity, F~lorida~, a loving andt devoted
mlother aund step father Everlina
Hill-Reid (Darr~yl) of Savannah, Ga.
FatherJarmes MacA rthur Hill ,Lyons,
New York. Three sisters, Michelle
Yvette Dandy (Wayne), Lake City,
Florida~, Keisha Tawanda Hill, and
Neisha Lawanda Hill of Brooksville,
Florida, two grandmothers, Evelena
Hill, Gainesville, Florida, and Rose
Re~id. Jacksonlville, Florida, one
great alunt, seven aunts, one uncle,
a host of nieces, nephews, cousins
andt sorrowingp friends.
Funer~al service for James
MacArthur Hill, Jr. will be 1:00
p.m. Saturday, February 2, 2008 at
new Bethel Baptist Church, Rev.
Alvin Baker, Pastor; Rev. Phenix
Aaron, eulogy. Interment will fol-
low in the Mt. Tabor Cemetery.
The family will receive friends on
Friday, February 1, 2008 at Cooper
Funeral Home, Chapel from 7:00
p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Arrangements entrusted to:
251 N. E. Washington Street, Lake
City. Fla., Willis O. Cooper, L.F.D.

Neda Hill
Mrs. Nedla Hill, age 95 resi-
dent of 139)4 S. Marion Ave. died



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such as
W ~~~Theft Auto"hl vie
and "Halo" are often on the
receiving end of criticism
from parental groups, one
game has received a fair
amount of criticism as of
late for a very minor matter.
Bioware's "Mass Effect"
is a science-fiction based
video game for the Xbox
360 where the gamer
controls a main character
and must put down an alien
threat. The game, similar to
the developer's other titles,
is almost half video game,
half movie while you
get to do your fair share of
r nn-danod-gni, much
on movek ecutscrenes

discussing things with
other, computer-controlled
How you answer
questions and what you ask
can change the outcome of
the game if you're always
mean to a certain character,
then that character mily
neoed. On "tweoherhnd,
if your character is nice to a
person or two, they may be
mor proneo hel aou.

mature rating, meaning that
children underths age o
playing it. Now, we'll kid
ourselves if we think that
there isn't a 12-year-old out
there playing it somewhere

sayn ht sotunm fsd kint
see "Rambo" in theaters last
Now, the point of
contention with "Mass
Effect"' is that there is a
good chance the main
character will have a
romantic rendezvous with
another character later in
the game. Frankly, if~s a
sex scene thaf's only a few
shmonds loo andare ll
won't see on any prime time
TV show.
But gaming watchdog
groups and other news
organizations have jumped
all over the creators of
"ass fet"e ~ p ae ty
Fox News ran a story
recently claiming that the
game contains "full digital
nudity and the ability for
players to engage in~ graphic
sex."Another Internet
author claimed "Mass
Effect"' allows garners to
basically have sex with
anything that moves in the
Having played through
the game, I'm frankly
appalled because while
there is a brief sex scene, as
admitted, ifs being totally
overblown. If the people
would have played through
it, rather than listening to
word of mouth, they may
have known that.
And second, the last time
I checked, Fox doesn't
haveO m h gound tostnd
on TVr, Fox has always
been kowneas the maciest

amtysof wha they han gt
by with before the FCC
cmes in and shuts them
So, Fox, take the beam
out of your own eye before
you pick the speck out of
STroy Roberts covers
entertainment for the

Local musician and LCCC-Gateway City
Band conductor Harry Wuest has worked
with Skiles and Henderson in the past
and had nothing but praise for the duo.
Wuest said he was first exposed to Skiles and
Henderson because they had the same manager
and often did performances together.
"They're really funny," he said. "It's not that
they're just funny on stage, they're really funny
and talented."
Tickets to the event are $14 for adults,
$13 for senior citizens 55 and older and $12 for
LCCC staff and students.
This is the next to last performance of this
season's Lyceum Series. The final performance
of the season will be Christopher Carter's
"Theater of Thoughts" on April 18.

Famed comedians and musicians Bill Skiles
and Pete Henderson are scheduled to take the
stage tonight during Lake City Community
College's Lyceum series performance.
The duo will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. at the
LCCC Alfonso Levy Performing Arts Center.
Tickets to the event are still available at the
box office.
The duo is capable of giving two shows in
one, said PAC Director Mark Kirby, as the two
combine music and comedy skits.
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"We might say, go to
Wal-Mart and we will pick you
up there," Osterhoudt said.
When a woman and her chil-
dren first come in the main
objective is to attend to basic
needs first, Fagan said. An initial
meal and clothing are first on the
list and reassurance that the
shelter is a safe place for them.
A person can stay at the shel-
Once a person comes into a
shelter, they can come and go as
they please, Fagan said, but they
are asked to not give out the
location of the shelter or any
information as to where they are
staying for safety reasons.
Counseling and the others
services offered by Another
Way, Inc. are voluntary and a
woman can choose whether to
participate. While in counseling,
women are provided informa-
tion on the dynamics of domes-
tic violence and its effects on
them and their children.
"Living in that crisis constant-
ly, they don't realize how they
are impacted until they get
into a calm environment,"
Osterhoudt said. "They come in
with very little, sometimes hav-
ing fled in the middle of the
night and denied sleep and food.
It takes a while to process."
Counseling for children
helps them cope with anger that

arises from the situation that
they cannot comprehend.
Children are taught how to han-
dle their anger and emotions in
a healthy way, Osterhoudt said.
"Children learn what they
see," Osterhoudt said. "They
wonder if that is how they should
deal with their problems."
Once a woman and/or her
family has left the shelter, they
are encouraged to come back
and still participate in support
groups and counseling sessions.
Currently Another Way, Inc.
is looking for volunteers to
help out at the center.
Messner said that the organ-
ization needs help with child-
care, while mothers are in
group counseling and people
who can provide transporta-
tion. Volunteers can also be
sent to a hospital to provide
emotional support to a rape
victim. All volunteers go
through training provided by
Another Way, Inc.
Volunteers willing to
answer and provide assistance
through the domestic and rape
hotline are needed as well,
Osterhoudt said.
The organization has recent-
ly started an economic empow-
erment program, educating
women on basic computer
skills, financial independence
and providing job hunting tips.

Osterhoudt said that people
interested in teaching a class
about anything from resume
writing to filling out tax
forms are welcome to come
and volunteer at the shelter.
"Financial independence
can be very empowering,"
Osterhoudt said.
Another Way, Inc. cannot
monetarily provide support for
families, but they can go
through different channels to
help get a woman back on her
feet. If a police report is filed
over a domestic violence or
rape incident a person can apply
for victim's compensation
through the Attorney General's
office, but it must be done with-
in 30 days of filing the police
report, Osterhoudt said.
Another Way, Inc. makes
women aware of these pro-
grams and helps them through
the process, Osterhoudt said.
Osterhoudt said domestic
violence relationships can be
difficult for women to get out 0^
The statewide domestic vio-
lence number when called will
automatically put a person
through to the domestic vio-
lence center in their area,
Fagan said. The number is
(800) 500-1119.
For more information about
becoming a volunteer call
(386) 719-2700.

Williams said several years
ago the city decided it would not
fund that any longer and has not
funded the EMS service since.
According to commission-
ers, the county has no way to
subsidize EMS that comes
from monies from both the
city and the county, only
money from residents who live
in the unincorporated areas.
the city to pay for only the city
residents, which claims is a
fair request since the city ben-
elits from the county funding
emergency services for its
The county commission will
decide what level of service
they are going to provide at its
Feb. 7 meeting as the county
EMS operating permit is set to
expire the end of March.
"It's really hard to say what
or where that may leave the

city," Williams said. "If the
board should decide that they
no longer want to provide
EMS for the city, they would
probably give them to the end
of the fiscal year, which would
be Sept. 30."
a In other business, it was
decided that the Animal
Control Board would be recon
stituted since it has been inac
tive because of a dearth of
complaints over the years.
"The board's desire is to res-
urrect that board because it was
a good mechanism for resolving
disputes," Williams said.
Also, commissioners dis"
cussed disbanding the code
enforcement board and
instead institute a citation-
based code enforcement, with
the code enforcement officers
writing the citations and
setting terms for compliance.
The board may finalize the

change to citation-based code
enforcement at its Feb. 7 com-
mission meeting. If it does, the
enforcement board will contin-
ue to meet during a transition
. The final workshop agenda
item was a request for funding
two new positions for the
911 Call Center.
"At the Jan. 17 commission
meeting a proposal was made
from the 911 Advisory
Committee, which requested
one information technology (IT)
position and one secretarial
position," Williams said.
An alternate proposal was
put forth by Dist. 1 County
Commissioner Ron Williams
to instead contract with an IT
professional and to hire a com-
bination secretary/database

Continued From Page 1A

As part of the ceremony the
winners from each school
received a framed certificate, a
$125 check from the school
board and a goodie bag with
coupons and various items
from local businesses,
As the county winner
Hostetler received a framed

engraved clock and a ceremo-
nial key to Lake City from
Lake City Mayor Steve Witt.
Columbia School District
volunteer education/market-
ing coordinator Dorothy
Spradley said it's important to
honor the school-related

employees and their work.
The Columbia School
District has more than 1,400
employees and Spradley said
the school-related employees
are like "the hub" for runmng
the schools.
"It takes our teachers, our
support staff, parents and the

a toe o eoPn
dents. That's why our school-
related employees are so

important," Spradley said.
As the Columbia School
District 2008 School-Related
Employee of the Year,
Hostetler will compete against
Other winners from the region.
The state has five regions and
five regional winners will be

sed1 N nboHel whnentpeaf
for the state school-related
employee of the year award.

Continued From Page 1A
making out the checks to him-
self and cashing them.
Detectives were tipped off to
the fraudulent activity when
local .businesses reported
stolen checks and compro-
mised bank accounts, which
has netted Conti at least $10,000
in illegally acquired funds.
"Detective Rix had been
working a case where these
forged checks were being
passed," said Columbia County
Sheriff Bill Gootee. "Through
video cameras and the fact the
subject had also used his eor
rect ID to cash some of these
checks and through Detective
Rix and patrol deputies, we
were able to identify the vehicle

he was driving and he was
picked up and brought in for
Detectives were able to link
the forged checks to Conti and
when a search warrant was
executed on his residence on
, Gum Swamp Road, a computer
and computer software for
generating stolen checks was
discovered and several stolen
checks were recovered. At the
time of his arrest, Conti had a
counterfeit check written to
himself for more than $700.
Gootee said the other two
suspects may have been
evolved by helping Conti cash
some of the forged checks.
Authorities believe that the

elaborate operation may be con-
nected to inore cases and are
asking anyone who believes
they may have been the victim of
this illegal activity to call
Detective Brian Rix at 758-1095.

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COUNTY: Discusses EMS services
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FORGING: Detective working ongoing


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Friday, F~ebruary 1, 2008

Section B


FI-SAA yves out
21-day suspension
Weeks after incident.

cwhite@lakecityreporter. com

The Fort White High
boys varsity basketball team
lost its leading scorer to a
delayed suspension Thursday
afternoon, but rebounded with
a 58-5i5 victory at Trenton
The Florida High
School Athletic Association

handed down another
suspension to Fort White's
Matt Milatz, who was
originally suspended
from play for one week
with eight other Indians
players for their roles in a
fight during a game at
Chiefland High on Jan. 10.
The FHSAA reserves the
right to hand down more
penalties after its initial
investigation and the first
round of penalties, and
gave Milatz a 21-day
suspension, Fort White
coach Isiah Phillips said, and

effectively putting Milatz out
for the rest of the season
unless the Indians make the
state finals.
"It really hurts us to
lose him like that," Phillips
said. "We've been playing
together better as a team,
the effort's been great from
everybody, and he's been our
leading scorer."
The Indians carried on
the torch without Milatz,
rallying from behind early
and holding off the Tigers
with key free throws and
contributions from all seven

remaining players, Phillips
Fort White fell behind by
six points in the first quarter,
but regained control in the
second to take an 11-point lead
to halftime.
"In the third quarter,
Trenton really made a
run for it," Phillips said.
"They cut the lead to within
eight points at one point
and started playing a lot
The Indians held off
the advances, and stopped
another Trenton rally

in the fourth quarter
when Chris Griffith
and Chandler Kitzman.
came up big from
the free-throw line in the
final 90 seconds of the
The Indians are now 3-12
(1-9 District 5-3A), and next
play at Santa Fe High at
7:30 p.m. today in the final
game of the season. Fort
White then plays Dixie
County High in the
first round of the
district tournament on
Tuesday at Newberry High.

T Kirby
Phone:(386) 754-0420

A pact to


Jwlunior varsity isfc a h
where athletes learn
their craft and how to

The experience can also
apply to coaches.
Columbia High JV
basketball coach Csiea

mater and led the 200&-07
Lady Tigers to a perfect
160 season,
When applying for her
teaching position, K~ing
was recruited as a possible
coach. The 2000 graduate
p ayed softball an1dd
volleyball for four years at
CHS and basketball in her
freshman and sophomore
King went on to play
softball at Lake City
Community College and
was on the national
championship team in 2001.
She also played at Thomas
University where she
"When they wanted me
to take the basketball job,
I asked was there anyone
else more qualified," King
said. "I did not want to be a
disservice to the girls, with
me learning the game while
trying to teach them.
"I told the girls up front I
was not an expert in
basketball, but I wras going
to give all I have and I
asked them in turn to give
me all they have."
The pact worked to
Vikie Hill, Shaniqua
Henry and Michelle Fulton
spent part of the season
on the varsity and DaBrea
.Hill joined them for the
district tournament. Jalisa
Jenkins, Crystal Roberts,
Cyntaria Anderson,
Shaiwvong Wrhittaker,
Simone Williamnson, Briya
McGuire, Shamyra Howard
and Moriah Marion also
played on the JY.
"Coach (Horace)
Jefferson was a great
mentor," King said. "I have
had a lot of great coaches
in my career and I took all
the positive things from
them and tried to combine
them. There is so much
more about coaching than

and the lessons you can
learn by la ig sports er

before joining the faculty at
CHS and it tempered her
approach to sports.

compei::: :: Ihae to
lose," King said. "I wanted
the girls to have fun and be
paslsionattehabout plaW ave
a bunch of great athletes
and good girls on the team.

those that don't have that
positive influence. I know
what some of the kids
go through. I have made
relationships with the girls
and they know I care about
them more as individuals
than basketball players."

STim Kirby is sports editor
for the Lake City Reporter.

Weigh-in begins at
9 a.m., meet at
11 am. Saturday.

tkirby@lakecityreporter. com
Columlbia High wrestling is
hosting the District 2-2A meet
on Saturday and CHS head
coach Al Nelson predicts a
wide-open tournament.
The event will be at Lake
City Middle School. Coaches
will meet to decide the top
four seeds.
WCeigh-in is at 9 a..m., with,
the fist session to begin at
11 a.m. Nelson said the plan
is to start the finals session by
4 p.m. Admission is $5 per
session, as set by the
The CHS Wresting
Booster Club will staff a full
concession booth featuring
chicken, hamburgers and hot
.dogs. District meet T-shirts
also will be on sale'
District 2-2A consists of
Columbia, Chiles, Fleming
Island, Leon, Lincoln,
Middleburg and Ridgeview
high schools. Fleming Island
and Lincoln actually tied last
year for the championship
and Nelson lists them as the
favorites for ?008. Columbia
placed fourth mn 2007.
"It is tougher thnis year
to rank the teams, because
everybody is so young
tchmduh Nmore even'
'Tere is no clearcut team to
dominate our district. Every
team has 3-4 quality wrestlers
and others who can score
ponts for th m"
Co mia hashtno en res
whichoi cosl for the tes'
score. The other district
accomplishment the top
four wrestlers in each class
advance to region is very
much alive
"We are sending 10 and we
hope all qualify for region "
Nelson said. '

Columbia High wrestler Lance Drawdy right') works a double leg maneuver on Chad Vercher. The
two seniors are among the Tigers who will wrestle in the District 2-2A tournament at Lake City
Middle School on Saturday.

a shot at the finals, as does
Nick. Lee. Now a junior, Lee
wrestled as a freshman but
not last year. His season
record was 24-11.
Other CHS seniors entered
are Ronnie Frost (16-6 at
152 pounds), Lance Drawdy
(16-9 at 160 pounds) and Chad
Vercher (16-8 at 189 pounds).
Sophomore Brad Abbott
was 11-10 at 215 pounds.
Freshman Michael Roberts
was 15-14 at 125 pounds.

Columbia junior Ashley
Crumitie placed third last
year and is back in the
129-pound weight class.
Junior Josh Hook, who
was third at 130 pounds,
will wrestle at 140. Senior
Jeff Kemriedy, fourth at
140 pounds, has dropped to
the 135 class.
Crumities's record this
season was 16-9, with Ho~ok at
22-3 and Kennedy at 23-6.
Nelson said all three have

Freshman Justin Kennedy
(10-3) is penciled in at
171 pounds.
"Justin has to be cleared,"
Nelson said. "If he can't go
he would be replaced by
Steven Coody, Brent Halks
or K~enneth Lane. Ronnie
and Lance have a chance of
qualifying for region and
could go farther if they get a
good draw."
The regional tour-nament
is Feb. 8-9 at Fleming Island.

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FOrt White loses top scorer, answers with win

for T eet,

Fort White hosts
district teams today
starting at 2 p.m


With the start of the start
of the Itistrict 2-1Atwrestling

Fort White High wrestlers will
have something more than
just the competition to worry
Students have the option
of getting out of: class with a
ticket to the meet, and Fort
White coach Jason Howard
said he expected to see a big
crowd as the Indians host 6
other teams.
"I think they're all scared to
death of making a mistake in
front of their own student body,"
Fort White wrestling coach
Jason Howard said. "lheyll all
be there to push them."
The Indians will have 14
wrestlers vying for district
Fort Wihite's Michael Gross
will wrestle in the 103-pound
weight class; Ryan Jones will
compete in the 112; Cormier
will compete in 119; Shawn
JOnes will compete in 125;
Richard Brown will compete
in 130; John Gellert will
compete inl135; ChrisWaits will
compete mn 140; Stinnett will
compete in 145; Tyler Howard
will compete in 152, Zach
Cormier will compete' in 160;
Dalton Graham will compete in
171; Stringfellow will compete
in 189; Dylan Manship will
corinpete in~ 215; and
Hartley will .compete mn
Fort White's district
includes Baker County,
Bradford, Godby, Rickards,
Suwannee and Wakulla high

Digging in for districts

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1. Roger Webb 267; 2. Donnie Perry 245; 3.Jim
Lobaugh 232.
High scratch series: I. (tie) Shannon
Howard, Ida Hollingsworth 535; 3. Shannon
Born 6521 nRL bru e~bb5.680; 2. Donnie

High handicap game: 1. Dawn Madden
241; 2. Becki Bassett 238; 3. Melody Snipes
235. 1. Roger Webb 287; 2.John Roettger 268;
3. Ron Call 264.
High handicap series: 1. Dorinda Feasel
687; 2. Shannon Howard 667; 3. Dawn Madden
66I. I. Roger Webb 740; 2. Jerry Howd 729;

(eults f om a~n. 8)

Team stQnins E SMam aja Cas; 2. Family
High handicap game: 1. Gloria Dennis 296;
2. (tie) Ida Hollingsworth, Cindy Davis 251.
High handicap series: 1. Gloria Dennis 693;
2. Ida Hollingsworth 647; 3. Cindy Davis 6 I I'

Team standings: 1. Lake City Bowl (7-1);
2. NAPA (6-2); 3. Gateway Communications
High scratch game: 1. Rodger Ausgood 267;
2. Greg Moravec 258; 3. Bruce Harden 249.
High scratch series: 1. Greg Moravec 699;
2. John Janki 667; 3. Robert Stone 661.
High handicap game: 1. Rodger Ausgood
290; 2. David Stamper 287; 3. jim GrimsleY
High handicap series: 1. Rodger Ausgood
71 I; 2.john Janki 706; 3. Greg Moravec 705.
High average: I.Zech Strobl 217.26;2zCreg
Moravec: 208.58; 3.Wally Howard 204.3.
(results from jan. 21)
Team standings: 1. Hot Shots (52-24);
2. Triple XXX (48-28); 3. Friends & Friends
High scratch game: 1. Mary Lobaugh 248;
2. Susan Flick 215; 3. Lori Davis 213. I. Horace
Parsons 267; 2. Mike Koon 258; 3. (tie) Jim
Lobaugh.Arnoid Terry 257.
High scratch series: I. Mary Lobaugh 579;
2. Lori Davis 575; 3. Maggie Battle 536. I.Tom
Sewejski 716; 2. Mike Koon 668; 3. Wayne
Johns 664.
High handicap game: I. Mary Lobaugh 276;

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Philadelphia I I2.Milwaukee 69
Toronto 122,Washington 83
Denverl106, Memphisl102
Minnesota 83, Chicago 67
Golden State I 16, New Orleans 103
Utah 100, New York 89
Cleveland 84, Portiand 83
Sacramento 105, Charlotte 91
L.A. Clippers 95,Atlanta 88
Thursday's Games
L.A. Lakers at Detroit (n)
Dallas at Boston (n)
Cleveland at Seattle (n)
San Antonio at Phoenix (n)
Today's Games
Houston at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Orlando at Philadelphia, p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Utah at~r~ashington, 8 p.m.
New Jersey at Miami, 8 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
New Orleans at Sacramento. 10 p.m.
NewYork at Portland. 10:30 p.m.
Charlotte at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

CO ege SCOreS

Boston U. 56, Maine 49
Cincinnati 62,WestVirginia 39
Colgate 58, Holy Cross 46
Ge r town 74ttaS jhn's 42

La Salle 84. St. Bonaventure 61
Lafayette 83,Army 58
Lehigh 56. Bucknell 54
Massachusetts 94, Duquesne 80
Navy 77,American U. 66
New Hampshire 68, Stony Brook 60
Northeastern 53, Delaware 49
Pittsburgh 69,Villnohm d 74

Raidtoerh' 79 Mai, ceorge Washington 59
Seton Hall 84, Rutgers 71.OT
Towson 60, Hofstra 51
UMBC 69,Albany, N.Y. 65
Vermont 81, Hartford 76

Davidson 78, Wofr T
Florida Atlantic 82, New Orleans 72
Furinan 53,The Citadel 51
Georgia St.64. Drexel 58
LSU 81,Auburn 80
Marshall 72,Tulsa 65, OT
Maryland 85,Virginia 75
Mississippi 74,Vanderbilt 58
S Cth iener676 CoGppin S. 6

U ilm ngon 68, Old Dominion 65
William & Mary 70,James Madison 67

Akron 68,TolMIDWES
Bowling Green 63, Ball St 53
Bradley 63, Indiana St 44
Dayton 63, Saint Louis 36
Drake 75, Creigh~ton 65
Kansas St.84. Kansas 75
Kent St.77, E. Michigan 67
Miami (Ohio) 66, N.Illinois SI
Michigan St.5l1.llinois 41
N.lowa 69, 111inois St. 61
Nebraska 66, Missouri 62
Northwestern 68,Texas-Pan American 59
Purdue S I, owa 50
Syracuse 60, DePaul 55
Arkansas 78. Mississippi St.58
Memphis 89, Houston 77
Sam Houston St 73,Texas-Arlington 57
Stephen RAustin 81,Texas St 63
Texas A&M 80,Texas 63
UNLV 70.TCU 58
UTEP 90, Southern Miss. 79
BYU 69,Air Force 53
UC Santa Barbara 64, UC Riverside 53
Utah Valley St 72,Arkansas St 57
Wyoming 69, Utah 64

TOp 25 Schedule

Saturday's Games
No. I Memphis vs. UTEP, I p.m.
No. 2 Kansas at Colorado, 3:30 p.m.
No. 3 Duike vs. Miami, 3:30 p~m.

No. 5UCLA vs.Arizona,9 p.m.
No. 6 Georgetown vs. Seton Hall, Noon
No. 7Tennessee at Mississippi State'
7 p.m.
No. 8 Michigan State at Penn State. 8 p.m.
No 9 Washington State vs. No. 14 Stanford,
3 p.m.
No. 10 Texas vs. No. 25 Baylor, 1:45 p.m.
No. 15 Xavier vs. La Salle, 7 p.m.
No. 16 Drake at Indiana State, 7 p.m.
No. 17 Marquette at Cincinnati, Noon
No. 18 Pittsburgh vs. Connecticut at the
Hartford Civic Center, I p.m.
No. 19Vlanderbilt vs.Auburn, 5 p.m.
No. 20 Florida at Arkansas, 3:05 p.m.
No. 21 Saint Mary's, Calif. vs. Portland,
10:05 p.m.
No. 22 Kansas State at Missouri, 1:30 p.m.
No, 23 Txas A&M ys. Oklahoma, 4 p.m.
No. 24 Mississippi vs. South Carolina, 5
Sunday's Games
No. 4 North Carolina at Florida
State, 2 p.m.
No II Indiana vs. aNorthwestern, Noon


NHL games


LEFT: Joe Cohrs recently rolled his first perfect game, bowling in
the Sunday Night Mixed League. Cohrs began bowling at age 13
at the lanes on Old Country Club Road. He has carried a 190-plus
average for more than 10 years.

RIGHT: Cody Stuart, who bowls with the Lake City youth leag ties,
WOn the Jacksonville Youth Scholarship Tournament.

2. Barbara Meyer 269; 3. Susan Flick 262. I.(tie)
Bill Marks, Horace Parsons 297; 3.Arnold Terry
289; 4.Jim Lobaugh 277.
High handicap series: 1. Lori Davis 716;
2.Amand Steven7582 .3MLiedaoOlive~r2673

Horace Parsons 724.
(results from Jan. 22)

YOuhA leR 8

Team standings: 1. No Luck (253-155);
3.Bail730f Fury (235.5-172.5); 3. Whatever

2. MgnsBrcBin m7 ; 3. J si SiMpo 12
1. Dale Coleman 231; 2. James Wolf 207; 3.
Sean Jordan 201.
High scratch series: I. Sarah Wethington
550; 2. Samantha Blake 461; 3.Amber Brackin
443. il. D.J. Subld6 19,c?. dam Alford 57I; 3. (tie)

High handicap game: I. Kriston Douglas
279; 2. Alisa Simpson 252; 3. Jennifr Pharis
230. L. Josh Fancy 288; 2. Cody Stuart 258;
3. Keith Harry 253.
High handicap series: 1. Lyn Douglas 690;
2.Jenna Catlett 672; 3. Danielle Patterson 669.
I. Thomas Douglas 721; 2. Garrett Shay 689;
3. (tie) AndrewYoung, Dustin White 660.
Team standings: I. Bowling Stonez
(46-22); 2. The Flairets (42-26, 461 average);
3.Wrecking Bowler (42-26, 396 average)
High handicaP 3ame: 1. Lauren Snipes 257;
2. Jessie Gleaton 229; 3. Alyssa Phillips 220.
I. Zach Mannira 227; 2. Pete Maziliano 219;
3.JaceYarbrough 215.
High handicap series: 1. Lauren Snipes 635;
2. Alyssa Phillips 598; 3. Jessie Gleaton 583.
I. Zach Mannira 659; 2. Madison Stephens 624;
3.(tie) Caleb Meek Pete Maziliano 603.
High handicap game: 1. Mackenzi Nichols
202;'2. Starr Nichols 167; 3.Tiffany Ritch 164.
1. Ben Williams 203; 2.Johnny Rossignol 187;
3.Treven Brackin 171.
High handicap series: 1. Mackenzi Nichols
539; 2. Starr Nichols 494; 3.Tiffany Ritch 470.
I. Ben Williams 508; 2. Johnny Rossignol 486;
3. C.J. Kieckhafer 477.
(results from Jan. 19)


lIphia 28 16 5 61 163
rgh 28 19 4 60 148
jersey 28 19 3 59 127
anders 24 21 6 54 126
Fingers 24 22 6 54 125

Northeast Division
2 8 618 13

23 21 6 52 147 141
20 24 8 48 144 167
Southeast Division



Phi lade
New Je
N.Y. Isl
N.Y. Ra

Carolina 25 24 4 54 I1 17 I

Washington 23 23 5 51 147 160
Florida 22 25 5 49 130 148
Tampa Bay 20 26 5 45 147 172
Central Division
Detroit 38 10 4 80 177 I12
Columbus 2 56 10 10

StiLouis 431 I 53 18
ao Northwest Division

Minnesota IL OT P1 G4 GA
Calgar 26 17 8 60 151 147
Colorado 27 20 4 58 144 141
Vancouver 26 20 5 57 134 125
Edmonton 23 25 5 51 140 16 I
Pac~ifc Division
Dallas 29 20 5 63 158 141
San Jose 28 16 7 63 136 124
Anaheim 27 21 6 60 136 142
Phoenix 27 22 2 56 141 139
Los Angeles 20 29 3 43 145 172
Wednesday's Games
Minnesota 5,Anaheim I
Atlanta 4, Pittburgh~ I
Detroit 3, Phoenix 2
Buffalo 1, Florida 0
Colorado 6, Chicago 3
Calgary 5. San Jose 4
Thursday's Games
Toronto at Carolina (n)
Montreal at Washington (n)
Los Angeles at N.Y. Islanders (n)
N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia (n)
Boston at Ottawa (n)
Vancouver at Tampa Bay (n)
Columbus ato a hvles (

N..Rangers at Ne jersey. 7 p.m.

Colorado at Detroit,7:30 p.m.
Vancouver at Florida, 7:30 p.m.
Anaheim at St. Louis, 8:30 p.m.
Dallas, at Edmonton, 9 p.m.



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19 In


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17 In
18 In



Atlantic Division
W L: Pct
35 8 .814
o25 20 .556
!rsey 19 26 .422
l hia 18 28 .391

Southeast Division

New Je


Central Division

32 13
25 19
19 27
18 27
18 29



Southwest Division
New Orleans 32
Dallas 3 I
San Antonio 28
Houston 25
Memphis 13
Utah 28
Denver 27
Portland 26
Seattle 10
Minnesota 9

L Pct
13 .71 I
13 .705
16 .636
-20 .556
33 .283
L Pct
18 .609
18 .600
19 .578
35 .222
36 .200

Pacific Division

Phoenix IL 1 Pct

Iod n Ste 2 .9
Sacramento 20 24 .455
L A. Clippers 14 28 .333
Wednesday's Games
Orlando 107, Miami 91

8 a.m. at Olustee Park. Cost

'2 $1 fsor earl thgtradion or

of the race. Race forms are
located at Kelly's Absolute
For details, call Robert
Cooper at 288-2435.


Over-35 league

playS Tuesday

The Lake City/Columbia
County Parks and Recreation
Department has over-35 bas-
ketball games from
7-9:30 p.m., Tuesday, at
Richardson Community
Center. Cost is $3 per
person per night and an ID is
For details, call Heyward
Christie at 758-5448.


Sign-up under way

for league play

Registration for the
Columbia County Girls
Softball Association league
play is under way at Brian's
Sports on U.S. Highway 90
West. Cost is $45 per player

ohr $65ni a fari hat oare e

are offered for ages 6-8 and
9-11, with machine pitch, and
10-14 with player pitch.
For details, call Lisa
Amparo at 752-8581.'

Warriors offer

fa~t pitch tryouts

The Gainesville Warrior
Girls Fast Pitch Softball
Organization has 10U tryouts
for the spring season set for
2-4 p~m, Sunday, at Edwards
Road Fields in Starke.
For details, call coach Phil
Riley at (352) 215-1884.

The O'Reilly All Star
Circuit of Champions brings
its sprint cars to the North
Florida Speedway for two
nights of racing on Friday
and Saturday as it makes
its way across Florida to

sp e track uually hosts 360

Icebreaker will feature 410
sprint cars.
The races begin each night
at 8 p.m., and live coverage
can be heard beginning at
7:30 p.m. each night on
MIX 94.3-

.The Fort White H igh
Baseball Dugout Club is
hosting a car wash and
yard sale on Saturday at the
Columbia County School
Board Administration Office
on Highway 90. The yard sale
7 a.m.-noon and the car wash

ison m 2hing to donate

items for the sale may bring
them to Fort White High
or to the site of the sale on
Saturday morning.
For details, call Leroy at
623-0948 or Rhonda at

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ha ainal r gitraadonisae faor

Fort White Sports Park~.
For details, call Tammy
Sharpe at 867-3825 or
755-1519, or Jason Little at

Tryouts for an AAU

e5aan -yunge 15-6,

at Richardson Community
For details, call Joel
Thomas at 623-2018

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Registration for Lake City
Babe Ruth Baseball's spring
season for ages
7-12 is under way.
Sign-up is 9 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Saturday and 1-4 p.m.,
Sunday, at the Southside
Sports Complex and
Richardson Community
Center. Registration also is
open at Brian's Sports on
U.S. Highway 90 West.
Parents should bring a
copy of the child's birth
For details, call Nate A.
Sweat at (352) 494-9186 or
Shawn Thomas at: 86i7-4810.

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Lakte City Middle School's
softball teamn has a chicken
dinner- fundraiser planned
for Feb. 8. Lunches cost $6
and are available for deliv-
ery or pickup> in the parking
lot across fr-om the Florida
Highway Patr'ol.
For details, or to place an
order, call 6i23-3175.


01ustee 5K run

Set for Feb. 9

The Battle of Olustee 5K
run is Feb. 9, and begins at

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League reports

Results of Lake City Bowl league play
High scratch game: 1. Christien Chatman
193; 2.Vicki Bruce 183; 3. Karen Gardner 181.
High scratch series: 1. Angela Meek 498;
2. Linda Herndon 474; 3.Vicki Bruce 468.
High handicap game: 1. Vicki Bruce 242;
2. Christien Chatman 239; 3.(tie) Rose Brown,
Janie Posey 23 I.
High handicap series: 1. Vicki Bruce 645;
2.Janie Posey 628; 3.Angela Meek 615.
High average: I. Karen Gardner 159.63;
2. DonnaWynkoop 154.31.
(results from jan. 22)
Teamistamlings: 1. Evi Divas; 2. Gator Gals;
High scratch gme: 1. (i Gloria Dennis
Wendy Perry 214; 3. Cindy Moravec 208.
High scratch series: 1. Gloria Dennis 549;
2.JaHki adn 52; 3. Cythe o laerD5 nis 4;
2.Velma Poole 243; 3. Cindy Moravec 241.
High handicap series: 1. Frankie Loper 678;
2.Velma Poole 654; 3. Gloria Dennis 648-
High average: 1. Julia Myers 192; 2. Jackie
Young 183.
(results from Jan. 21)

BuTeam standings :IlFTuaRDoc Rollers;2. Pin
Bustrs;). Ldy ugs.
208 h ycac vae: m9 ; nna ynkoop
1.Tim Wethington 235; 2. Bill Dolly 204; 3. (tie)
Jack Stanfield, MichaelVann 200.
High scratch series: I. Cythe Shiver 552
2. Phyllis Benton 504; 3. Donna Wynkoop 493'
I.Tim Wethington 586; 2. Bill Dolly 573; 3.Jack
Sunh Sa icap game: 1. Lidia Strickland 252
1. Donna Wkop 242; 3. Cyhe Snie 28

3. Steve White 225.
High handicap series: 1. Cythe Shiver 648;
2. Marty Sanders 634; 3. Lidia Strickland 630.
I. Jack Stanfield 674; 2. Bill Dolly 633; 3. Tim

Weii7 average : I. Phyllis Benton I 64; 2.
PattiWethington 162. L.Tim Wethington 186;
2.John Smith 180.
(results from Jan. 22)
High scratch game: 1. Julia Myers 234;
2. Wendy Perry 203; 3. Diane Lominack 200.
1. John McFeely III 252; 2. Bryan Davis 237;
3. David Adel 232.
High scratch series: 1. Julia Myers 601;
2. Wendy Perry 566; 3. Diane Lominack 535.
I. Pete Myers 635; 2. John McFeely III 615;
3. Bryan Davis 602.
High handicap game: 1. Julia Myers 247;
2. Diane Lominack 233; 3. Chris Pauwels 227.
I.john McFeely III 267; 2. Charlie Carison 259;
3. Bryran Davis 245.
High handicap series: 1. Chris Pauwels 668;
2. Julia Myers 640; 3. Diane Lominack 634.
I.Charlie Carison 672; 2.John McFeely III 660;
3. Pete Myers 653.
High average: 1. Jackie Young 192.96;
2.Wendy Perry 189.79. 1. David Adel 197.83;
2. Brian Meek 196.4.
(results from Jan. 9)
Team standings: I. Gutter Dusters (59-29);
2. Townhomes LLC (51-37); 3. Highlander
High scratch game: I. Mary Lobaugh 204;
2. (tie) Melody Snipes, Ida Hollingsworth 195-


W/ sportS

Tod y
9 P.m
ESPN2 Featherweights. Monty Meza.
Clay (26-1-0) vs. Eric Aiken (16-6-1), at
Monroeville, Pa
8:30 a.m
TGC European PGATour. Dubai Desert
Classic, second round, at Dubai, United Arab
Emirates (same-day tape)
3 pm.
TGC PGA To r, FBR Open, second
round, at Scottdale.Ariz.
8 p~m.
ESPN New Jersey at Miami
.10:30 p.m.
ESPN New York at Portland

VERSUS PBR. Salem NationaLease
Invitational, at Winston-Salem, N.C.
7 p.m.
ESPN2 Millrose Games, at NewYork


Super Bowl

New England vs. N.Y. Giants, 6:17 p.m.

AtHnolunday, Feb. 10


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All Stars sprint Yard sale, car wash

raC9S in Lake City planned Saturday


Fort White sign-up AAU travel team

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TAMPA. FLORIDA: Notice is thereby
given that the following property was
seized on December 20, 2007 at 1600
'hours mnLak e2ty. Florida Co vaion
8USC274l(a), and 8USCl324(a): One (1)
2004 Ford F-350 Pickup Truck (V1N
IFDWW36P84ED83267). Anyone de-
siring to claim this property must appear
at the Custom house, Tampa, Floridal and
FILE A LEGAL such proper-
ty (20) days from the date of first publi-
cation of this notice in default of which
the property will be forfeited and dis-
posed of in accordance with the law.
February 1, 8, and 15, 2008

Stor-It Amer~ica
P.O. Box 1864
Laker City. Florida 32056-1864
Stor-it Alnerica Mini Storage
The following units will be aluctione~d off
on Saturday. February' 2. 2008 \t
9:00al.m. Location is 2 1/2 miles north
of the post office on Hwy. 41. owine~d by
Store-it America.
Robert Abbott Unit #78
Kimberly Cone Unit #80
John & Geor~gin Gargus Units # 441 &
Donnal Kuzbik Units #11 & 72
Sonya Love Morga;n Unit # 31
Amalnda Pidge~on Unit #57
Shalron Pecinal Units # 237 & 27
Roberta\ Rollins Unit #81
Toni Scott Unit #68
Angela Ta~nner- Unit #42
Kimberly Williams Unit #78
January 25. 2008
February 1, 2008


TO: Betive Jeanl Willia~ms George: Iva
Marie Willia~ms: William Ha~rl Brown:
alnd Vertie Yv'onnle Brown I
YOUl ARE NOTIFIED that anr Ic~tion f~or
partition of real property in Columbia
County. Florida de~scribedt as follows:
Lots I and 2 in Block 23. Depot addi-
tion, in the Northea~stern D vision of the
City of Llake City. Florida I show nk b
Circuit Court of Columbia County. Flor
ha\s been filed on which you and others
are named as Defendants aInd you are rc-
quired to serve a copy' of your written
defenses. if any, to it on S. AUSTIN
PEELE. Darby. Peele. Bowdoin &
Payne. Plaintiffs attorneys, whose ad-
dress is 285 Northeast H-ernando Ave-
nue. Post Of'fice Drawer 170)7, Lake
City. F~lorida 32056-170)7. on or before
Febhrulr~y 12, 2008, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either bef'1ore
sevice oln Pla\int ff's linorneys or im -
will be nlt ri apil t dlemndeutd in the compla\int.
DAT`ED this 9)th da~y of January, 200X.
Clerk of Circuit Court
I y:/s/ L. LU/k3LD
DepuLty Clr
()452 1664
J1anuaryp I1, 18, 25. 2008
Febrlualry 1, 2008

020 Lost & Found
FOUND) D)OG onl Nash Rd. near l
Blackberryy Far1ms. White fecma~le
w/oranlge collar. 1/24/08. Plea~se call
to identify. .386-754-46,80
Fioundl Sm~llI Dog inl Gwen Lakhe
Area. 1/28/20)08 aIroundt 2pmi.
Please call to identify
(.386,) 344-59)90
RESWARD: Lost cane, black with
paintedl yellow flowers
Great Sentimental value'!
PleaseCall: (386) 755-789)1

060 services

Adu~lt F~amily Homle Car~e
24 br care .3 mea~ls; a day plurs snlck.
t mllsport alio~ co Dc, pI ~e

100 "

lilectrician/MaM~i nt neededt for
Lg MI;(; Plant1: Ind. MuISt )osseS
working kniowledlge of single ;1ll
3 phase Electrical systems. Be
able to install andi troubleshoot.
Must have tools andi mnetrs. Exp.
inl Indlustrial Maint. A plus. Apply
tlirec (8 Corbitt MFGC, H-wy 41 N

9cAM 12P rl x'l oile to
.386-758-45231. D'W

1 0 Oopbportunities

Busy industrial office needs
highly motivated acct. rep's for
immediate full-time. employment
W\ith benefits. Fax resumes to
813-283-9127 or email to
m ichel le~h ubindust rialsup

Needed to Evalua et
Local Businesses &: Resta~urants
Flex Hour~s. TrainingF Provided
1-800-585-9024 ext 6864

G;ilman1 B~uilding Products
Company is accepting
applications for Quality Control
Forester at the Sawmill located in
Lak~e Butler. A two year degree in
Forestry or experience is required.
We have competitive rates &
401K. dental & health insurance,
paid vacation & holidays &
promotional opportunities.
Interested applicants should apply
in person Monlday through Friday
from 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM
at the front office.

Appointment Setters
Outstanding opportunity to work
with an authorized service
provider for a Fortune 500 home
improvement company. We are
looking for energetic, mnotivated
a~ppointmentr setters to work; in
rcta~il locationl Lakei City.
Applicanlt must be drug fr~ee & :
pa;SS a crimninal background
screecning. 20 3.5 hours weekly +
$ 10.00 hourly + Outstan~dinlg Bo-
nus Opp~ortunity + Work Thurs -
Sun. Positions star-t immediately.
Call1 Will Jor~danl 386-754-0033

Seeking: sharp go getters, Able to
TRAVEL USA. Demlo chemical
products. Good people skills &
enjioy working inl; aRock inl Roll
em vir. Call Kelly 1-800O-201-329)3.
9)-6. Mulst start immncd.

10 Oopportunities

Columbia County
Senior Services
is seeking a Bookkeeper with a
minimum of 10 years experience
or a decreed Accountant. Duties
include: Biweekly payroll,
Weekly Accounts Pay'able,
Preparation of regular fiscal
reports as required by Elder
Options. General Ledger entries,
'Tax reports and payments'
F~inanlciall reports for Executive
Director and Board Meetings, and
maninta~in Petty Cash. Please fax
resume to 386-755-0235. EOE

Full Time Maintenance
Person Needed ASAP!
Must have experience.
Contact Troy Fletcher or
Anlgela Akins at
(386) 362-7860 or apply at
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helvenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064
Delta Health Group

Start Your New Year Training
For A New Career.
Training & 37rd party testing avail.
Don't Delay-Call Today
SAGE Technlical Services
CDL-A&B. NOW enrolling.

malsor S1'
Do you need ar job?
Fast growing company seeks cus-
tomer service representative.
Knlowledge of
Microsoft Soft office: ability to
communicate etffectively
;Ind follow instruction ~req'd.
Datra enltry a plus.
S~lar~y $8.00. M-F, Sam-5pln.-
Send Recsumne to Sherri:
19)7 Walterford Ct. Ste. 2-11
Lakel~ City. F~lor~ida. 32025.

10 Opportunities

Need Full Time Legal Assistant
with good phone skills, organiza-
tionzand typing experience, must
be computer literate and good at
multi-tasking. Send reply to Box
05041, C/O The Lake City
SReporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056

PVC Manufacturing Facility
seeking a Multi-Craft
Electrical/Mechanical. Ideal can-
didate would have a positive atti-
tude and knowledge of relay &
PLC logic; read &r understand
wiring schematics & diagrams;
basic AC & DC motors; fabrica-
tion with arc welder & cutting
torch; and a~basic understanding
of pneumatics & hydraulics.
Minimum 2 years experience in
Industrial Maintenance. Salary
based on exp. & knowledge, shift
work, with full benefits.
Submit resume to Baker Co.
Work Source or Local One-Stop
Career Center.

Resolutions Health Alliance
has a FT Counselor
SPosition in Lake City/ Starke.
Masters Degree & license eligible
preferred. $32,500-$37,000 based
on experience. Excellent benefits.
Fax Resume to (3786)754-9017, or
email to:

oslsic l
Looking for a career in
Broadcasting? Join the Power
Country 10c2 Sales Team! Call
(386) 755-4102 for an Interview.
WQLC is an EEO.

Vet Tech Needed
For busy animal hospital. Full time
anld pa~rt time positions available, no
weekends. Drug-free work
environment. Please faxs one page
resume to 386-961-8802

House floors, metal bldg., Comm'1
& resd'l. Free Estimates. License &
Insured. Quality Work/Reasonable
prices. Call 386-752-8223

Home Improvements

04152 1 52
Pool Solutions &
Kelley's Pool Plastering.
New Pool Construction

Call TODAY!!! 386-754-2357

Kitchen/ba~throom, flooring,
rooig tif e d ant so.c~ksn 3m e.

Lawn & Landscape Service

Custom C ts Lawn & Lauxiscape.

trimming, design. Com. & Ries'l.
Lic. &t ins. 386,-7 19-2200 Iv msg.


Divorce, Deedls, Resumes'
Ba kr ptcies, RE IClos ngs,
CAlli Patorici 386-61-896

-:ISite Prep sit Clear-ing
it Grading :i:- Fill Dirt
A division of Hlughes Well
Drilling. FREE Estimates
386-752-1840 0
OWNER: Ronnie Hurhes
Pick up of' unwanrted metals,
tin, scrap vehicles.
386-755-0133 We Recycic.
Interior/Exterior Brush & Roll Oki
School Quality Work. Free Esti
mates Licensed. Call 386,-288-4464
Palu 1 Scalr e D al W eroi a,

accepting new clients for individual
& Corporate Tax Prep. Business
Adv csu I Svc s, MMothly
Cal~l 386-755-9)7)7
Frlkini S agye Un tx1)
3786-9)61-99%55 Open 7 da;ys aI week\!

Tree Service

Hazalrdous TIree Tr`Iimming, LLC
recmovall & stump grindling. Senior
dliscount. 24 br emergency service

Electrical Work

Needl electrical wor~k clone?
Get it done right.
Immedtiatec response. F'ree estimates.
CaIIll Russ 3786-288-43713

Has immediate openings in the following areas:
Addiction Treatment M~anager
Must be a graduate of accredited college or university with a degree in psychology, social work, counseling or
closely related field. A master's degree and appropriate certification is preferred. Three years of work experience
in alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs or other related experience in substance abuse required. A CAP
license i~s Requred. Qualifying experience may be substituted for educational requirements on a year-for-
year basis, the CAP license can not be substituted. A valid driver's license is required. Must demonstrate
knowledge of the methods and techniques of addiction treatment, aftercare planning and applicable guidelines
Pertaining to the operations of an addictions treatment program.

Addiction Treatment Counselor
Needs proper Qualifications and a Bachelor's degree

Certified Full-Time Correctional Officers
Must possess valid FDLE certification.

LPN Full-Time & Part-Time
Must have at least 6 months experience and a valid Ilcense by the medical board.
CCA offers competitive wages (based on experience), 144 hours of Paid Vacation per year, Healthcare (BCBS
& Definity), 401 k, and much more. Come check us out and apply at: ww~rctionscorp~c~omn, click on careers,
then available jobs and see what we are all about.
CCA is a Drug Free Workplace & an Equal Opportunity Employer MIFlVID

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Billing Inquiries- Call 755-5440. Should further informa-
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who reserves the right to edit, reject, or classify all adver-
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be checked for errors by the advertiser on the first
day of publication. Credit for published errors will be
allowed for the first insertion for that portion of the adver-
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personal merchandise totalling S6000 o
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REPORII Clsid In PIn an nL

~l~aeI II olee

630 irobdetuoes
14X70 MHI forl rent, 2BRi/28A,
C'A/ll. Rea~l Clean. G;oodl location.
$550) mth. 1st, lastl & $300 dep. No
Pects. 386-755-0064/(904)77 1-5924
Columbiti City On1 Acreage.
$450/Mo. + $900 Sec. Dep. Call fbor
Inf~o 386-758-3026 or 386-961-9490
3/2 DWMH Recent Remodel,
on-site maintenance & owner avail.
on call. 508 NW Divider Ter.
No Pets. $700./mo. 386-984-0616
ePrivate mic woodedlar off Lkd
smoke free, no dogs 386.961.9181
Dbl wide mobile home for rent,
3br/2 ba, very nice. $700 per mo.

a386 35 Is3uor a36 75 54
2 /1B A m~r ishe d mSi gl~e W

Late $ 5 / Mo ile H-omes Bgn
inlcl. Beautiful Pond, w/trees. CH/A,
Catble avail. No pets. 386-961-0017
LG DW 3br/2ba inl the Columbia
City area. Private, wooded, very
clean. New fridge, AC & heat. No
inside pets. 1st, & last $
3786-752-1941 Iv. message
Nice 3BR./2BA Mobile Home in
Branflord area~ w/ Large yard
Clean...$500 Sec. Dep. & $650/mo.
(386) 867-1833
Oakview MHP. I mi. east of
clowntown. 2br/2ba, $600.
Incl. water, sewage & trash p/u.
386-984-8448 or 386-719-2423
Quiet Country 2BR/2BA in Ft.
W~White. No Pets $600 per Month.
References & Dep. Req'd.
(386) 365-3578
SPACIOUS 2BR/2BA, ist, last &
damage. 12 mo. lease. Small Park
near Timco. $575 per mo
386-752-1971 or 352-281-2450

o4 JblalleHomeS

)5.-1 7919
4/2 Tile Floor, Energy Package
Deluxe loaded, over 2,200 sq.ft.

30tllfo~r FR E C r~o curaels



2008 3BR/2BA
Delivery & Set up included
39$73 Hwy 90 West
Lake City. FL

1987 Fleetwood 26X44
3BR/2BA. $10.500
New Painlt, floor covering
(850)879-7095 or 973-2353
07 Models below wholesale. Need
Sold ASAP. FEW left! Hurr in!
8Galr Hailtoni H6 00

HOME. CALL 386-288-4560
CALL 386-288-4560
Used SW's & DW's. Remodeled.
Good Condition, Good prices.
Couple ready Now. Gary Hamilton
Homes. 386-758-6755

402 nlppliances

linkecs B~readl. hgels, det.
Slias Inrstructio nl Hookll t.
CallI (3861) 752-3464

Illaier Micr~owalve O)ven(Small)
White andl in goodl condtitionl.
Asking $25.(00
Please Call 386-754-3679
Never used range,
Good cnd.

Mary Hami Iton 758-6755

403 Auctions

Do you have unwanted trucks,

co lslj c ut Cll si A's.
We are getting realdy for the
A ltoni, St. n~b~h at ~

800-756-4098 AB 1141

Sat. Feb. 2nd atI 10:30an1
On Site inl Ala~chun. F~loridla. Signs
Hwy. 441 to #23.5 Hlwy. South to
241 Hlwy 1/2 miles onl right.
Complete contents of Home,
Anltiques/Modern F~urn. Glasswalre,
Tools, '95 Volvo Ca~r.
See Photos:
10%~ B.P. Red Willialms

Stor-It-America. Saturday at
9:00 AM. Several Stora~ge Units. 2.5
mi. north of Post Office on Hwy 41.

406 CollectibleS
Willow Platter.
Blue &c White
Collectible Piece. $40.00

419 'I'VKaei', ,'

25" Phlilips Magnal;vox C'olo TIV
with Remllote C'ontrol.
E~xcellentr condtitionl. $50).00
(386) 754-0)730
$500. OBO
Excellenlt condlition.
BIG SCREEN Floor model TV
47" wide X 56" tall.
Works Great. $275.00'

420 Wanted toBuy

Payment in advance for standling
pine timber Large oi- small tracts. .

Wa~nteel 11o 1 )nkl Ct r6, I rucks '

F'reeYick UpCl X-7-260

430 Garage SaleS

3 Family yard sale Satrurdany only
8am ? 3572 SW Wilson Springs
Road F~ort White.
Everything Must GO!
Friday. & Saturday. 8-?
1641 SW Saint James Court.
Tools, Like new Men's Clothing, &
Much More!
MOVING; SALE: SatI. 2/2/08 8 ?
3746 NW H-untlsboro St. Apt. 101
Book Ca~ses, Hlouseware, Crystal,
Batr gla~sses, and much more.
NEVER USED stoves, bridges,
furniture, plus decor items, clothes,
tools & more. Gary8H~amilton
Homes. .367865
NEVER USED stoves, fridges,
furniture, plus decor items, clothes,
tools &c more. Gary Hamilton
Homes. 386-758-6755
New Flea Market, Every
Saturday 8:00 AM, behind
Red Lobser, Free setup through
January. Marcus. 386-965-5 110
Sat. 7-? Craip St.
(Across froml Subwal onl Bayal.)
Look foor signs.
Everythinlg must GO!
Saturday. & Sunlday. 8-?
2b86 SS S;pl'~n 'Off CRn242
To~ols. Clothes, Furn. & More!

440 Miscenlaneous

2 Old Galvanized Washtubs
w/base. $100.00. 386-758-8654
Great for family get tog~ethers for
out door ice chest or planters.
Area Rug 8 x 11 area rug in
excellent condition
nualticolored- must sce-$100
Wall clocks from $200-$225.
Desk clocks $60-$125.
Doonley & Bourke purse.
Excellenlt condition. $45
Mar bHanilton

Foldinlg Pic-Nic T'able
on wel I.1 Sats012.

GUNSHOW: 02/02 & 02/03 @
The Columbia County Fairg~rounds,
Hwy 247 Lake City. Sat 9am 4pm,
Sun 9am-3pm. Info: 904-461-0273
HOT TUB -5 Person Spa
with cover. Less than~ 1 year old!
Lots of features! $2300

HUSKY 6 foot
Aluminum step La\dder.
Like New. $45.00
JAZZY 1121 Electric Wheel Chair.
Bare~ly used. Excellenlt condition.
Batltery & charger included.
$1.200 obo. 386-758-180)7
NEW white bathroom vanit ,
ONLY $90.00 '
Retails f'or $149).00
yard canls. 2005, 14K, GVWR
Goosenecok. 20 brs. of use. Asking~
$1510 lol i~In slune : Pat to

2BR/2BA, (Sleeps 8) &: IBR1/2BA
(Sleeps 6) at islanlder Bea~chl sort,
Buy both unlits for1 $6.000.
Call: (386) 755-0016

450 t1o d":Things

inF Cr ak~in ci &ellinl Pcla !
Summelrlinl, Palper Shells, & Desirn-
ble a~ll alvail. at Rieduced Pr~ices!
(386)775-12.58 or 697-6420.

10 opportunities

Must be able to change oil &
Rotate/Mount//Ba~lance Tlircs-
A~pply at~: R2oUntreeL-Moore` Ford
2588 W US HWY 90
La~ke City. Floridla 32055
See limlbo Pegnletter

Three Rivers Legal Services is
seeking anl entfr eti~caand c eative

fice. A desire to aggressively
represent the needs of the poor is
essential. Spanish-speaking
individuals are encouraged to

eclen befits EE. I es
send resume and writing sample

Three Rvrs 1ea Seces,

Lake City, FL 32056-3067

Full time.with bene fits!
Please call (386) 454-4767

Busy optical store needs licensed
or apprentice, will consider
ABO cert.Retiree welcome.
E-mail resume to
Certified AC Tech/Maintenance.
Experienced in service calls,
For Apartment complex. 11111111111
Fax resume to 386-758-8017
High School Matth & Science
Teachers. Exp preferred but Mission

Coo ace Picpe 38- 5-0
Credit Manager Needed for hirge
construction company in Lake City
area. Preferred accounts receivable/
collection exp. BCBS, life, dental,
vacation, and more. Qualified
candidates should drop off a resume
at Anderson Columbia Co., Inc.,
871 NW Guerdon St, Lake City, FL-
or Fax- 386-755-5430, Attn: Bert
Class A CDL, Clean driving record
with dump trailer exp. Must pass
,drug test. 386-719-9482 office.
Flooring Sales Professional 3-5 yrs
exsp. rqd Mustbce a motivated self

performance numbers 386-752-6607
Fuel & Lube Service T'i'uck Driver.
Class B w/Hazmat to service heavy
equipment in field & shop.
Excellent benefits and pay
($10-$12/hr) for experienced
person. EOE/DFWP.
Call 386-462-2047 or 352-494-3428
Experienced Electricians,
L ll Cit00 Li-009ak area.
863-2-87-9421 cell. DFWP

Lo -hou e Coordinat eoks
dependable detail oriented in-house
coordinator. Numerous responsibili-
ties. Candidates must be assertive &
must possess Multi-taskmng skills.
Wreosn etx~p.elpful. A ply hi
Blvd. Lake City. or send resume' to:
$18.46-$32.60/hr, Now hiring.
Paid Training is provided.
For application and free
Government Job info, Call
American Assoc. of Labor
1-913-599-8244, 24hrs. emp serv.
Kitchen Designer & Sales.
3-5 yrs. exp., proficient mn 20/20
8.0. Need detail oriented self starter.
Only fully experienced need apply.
Fax resume to: (386)-752-6607
Local Dump Truck Driver
Class A or B.
Call (386)752-9754

Masons and Te~nders needed in the
Lake City area. Experience required
with a good work history & reliable
transportation. DFWP/EOE. Call
J.A.M. Construction. (352)373-2349
has immediate opening for an
experienced Auto-body painter.
Apply in person Hwy 90 East. Live
Oak or call 386-362-7048 DFWP
WANTED: Positive, neat service
orientated person needed for
kennel position. Must be able to
cross trin for other hospital duties.
FT or PT. Weekend hrs, lifting
involved. Resume rq'd.

15Cla gUS WYA0 Lak bCity
For Heavy Truck &Trailer Rep'air
Facility. Call Southern Iruck &
Trailer 1812 NW Main Blvd.
Willing to Educate highly
motivated individual for rewarding
career in Financial Services.
Fax resume to: 866-246-0305

AVON Only $10 foor KIT, Free gilt

Call B.J @ut8E n2 945
pin#4242(In. Salesiep)

Salesman needed fornationwide
commercial flooring manufaacture.
Top-Level Positionl. Sales
Experience Needled. 386-7 19-9979

120 Medical
MDS Coordinator
Licensed nurse experienced in all
aspects of the MDS process.
Challenging position with
excellent pay.
Apidlc Uy'irt CNeur ilg &
587 SE Ermline Ave.,
La~ke City, FI1 320)25
or fax resume to 386-752-7337.

120 ,tidplulnnt

Certif'iedl Dietarly Manage1r '
Exper~inclc in a~ L~ongl fo~lrm CarIe
Settinlg w\ithl a wor~kinlg knowledge
of MDS/Ca~re P~lanninF.
Compe'titive Salarly andlt Excellnlt
benefits pa~cka~ge. Shift anld week-
enld diffetrentials. Please apply at
Av~lonl H-ealthcare .andt Reha\bili-
tation Center, Humnan Resources
Come Join Our Team!
Please apply in person at:
Avao i 1 the e anrd
1270 SW Main Blvd.
Lake City, Florida 32025

Cetified Medical Assistant

Aor IT

accurate vital signs.
dE Irle ti C r.,uni al o
and assessment skills. Malil or fax
resume to 348 NE Methodist Terr,
Suite 103, LaIke City. Flor-id;.
32055 Faxs: 386-758-5628

oar Time LPN or RN needed
7a-7p or 7p-7a shifts
Suwannee Health Care Center
162() E. Helvenlston Street
Live Oak, Florida 32064
Contact Angpelat Akins or
AmeliaTompkins at
(386) 362-7860

The Health Center hras openings
for full-time CNA's. First an~d
second shifts available.
Drug Free Workplace.
Apply in Person:
560 SW McFarlane Avenue
Lake City, Florida 32025

408 Funlittfe

A must see,like nlew 7 ft Couch.
beige/grn/red with 4 ma\tchlung
pillows. $150.0()
(386) 19719- Il

Ihoany OFu postr te ~1111 Il~t
trs kset, Dresse 62 6 7 draw'crs.

Couch, loveseat. chair & ottoman.
Stripped. blue and cream.
coordinating pillows. $500. for all.
Mint condition. 386-752-3725
Dining Table and 4 Chairs
Dark; Wood Rectan ular.
$ 100.00 OBO
(386) 751-9295
\\/4---------111111111 chaiirs. $100.00
Very nlice, must see
Entertainment Center 4 Pieces Light
Oak, with Glass Doors
Good Condition. $400
(386) 752-0917
Dark Wood. fits 27" TV
Glalss Door on left side
Very nice. $100. 386-7.58-8654
Wool Rug. Excellent cond. Blues,
creams & tans. Paid $3,000.
Asking $300. 386-752-3725

LighLOBlue Endcrean
Tweed material. Very nice.
$100.00 386-961-8812
Nice, Solid Oak, Claw Foot
Coffee Table with Etched Legs.
$70.00 OBO
(386) 754-9295
Oval glass Talble:
32 1/2w X 46 1/2L X29 1/2" Tall
Asking $20.00
Please Call: 386-754-3679
Like Ilw w rutch.


Twin Ca~ptainl's Bed with Matlress
and Box Springs. Like New!
(386) 752-0824

410 Lawn & Garden
Kraftsman Weedenter,
convert ble, 4 stro e eng~cine,

416 Sporting GoodS

POOL TABLE 8' Solid Wood,

whith redfeckt Get scal"S O 2

POOL TABLE, full size, l" slate,
(Mahogany). Americanl Heritage
brand w/accessories. $1,000.

New office in Lake City Needinlg to
expand. Full time Position
M-F 9:00am-5:00pm.
Sahtry Conmmensurate with exp.

Please fax resume to: 386-752-3122

Front Desk Asistaxt neei dfr

checking in and out patients,
insurance & collections.
Send resume to:
Front Desk Assistant, PO Box 2757
Lake City. FL 32056-2757
RN needed for busy
in Lake City. Excellent benefits and
competitive salary.
Fax resume to 386-719-2137

160 InveStments

organ lx
Income Producing Property
Hwy. 47, 1.1 AC., 12,000 SqFt.
Bldgs. Triple Net Lease in place.
Call Scott Stewart 386-867-3498
or Charlie Sparks 386-867-3497
Westfield Realty Group

240 School~s &

wat? Epbess TraNin ndrve sf
Gainesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam Prep classes.
Day/ve classes. Class for I week,
certification test the next week.
Class size is limited. Next class
02/11/08. Call 386-755-4401

3110 Pets &Supplies

Golden Retriever Puppy (8wks) for
sale $250.00 to qualified homes
only 386-497-3350 or

330 Livestock &
J U Supplies
3 Rolls,
$35 each
(386) 719-9934

401 Antiques

Furniture, China, Silver, Glassware
Collectibles, Costume Jewelry and
Collections. 35 years experience.
Cash Paid. Call Pete. 3b6-963-2621

402 Apinames

4 BURNER Ranlge Top, Drop-in.
Cream volor. Swap out from my
motor home. Works Grea~t. $2.5.00

Quail Heights Country Club
2br/2ba w/ porch. $825. mo.
includes water. $900./sec. dep.
Call 386-752 9626

RARE FIND! 2000 s ft bld on
47, Fo A t./Office/Mqulti urose
(1000 sq. ft.) 10 Ft. Ceilinpauroom.
Only $995.00. Call (386) 7512-1364
out utility/storage, privacy off
McFarlane. $500 mo. $1400. to
niove in. No animals 386.961.9181

720 For Rent'
Small efficiency Apt for 1 person.
Attached to a family home.
$425 /mo Utilities included.
498 NW Brady Cr. (772)201-7394

Up to 10.00/hr Based on experience.
One year + experience preferred.
Insurance V/erification and
Medical record experience
Medical Manager experience p~referred.
Full Time with Benefits.


CALL 386-288-4560
Counltry Para;dise! Owner Fin.
Avail. Very Lg. Cleanl. DWMH on
,5 acres. Comp.Fecelcd.
Ig. Oakls. Great;~ for` Horses. Small
down & $~1200/mo.. (386) 59)0-0642

POsition on the Columbia County Tourist

DeVelO HIOnt COURCil NOWv Open

The Tourist Development Council is now taking
applications for two appointments to the council.

As stated in the Columbia County Ordinance
and reference in Florida Statue 125.0104, the

requirements for non-elected official TDC
members are that the board is comprised of persons
who are involved in the tourist industry and have
demonstrated an interest in tourist development
with not less than three members nor mor'e than
fo~ur being owners or operators of motels, Hotels,
RiV parks or other tourist accommodations and
subject to the tourist development tax.

Those inl the tourism industry interested in being
considered f~or appointmecnt to the TDC by the
130ard of County Commissioners should call the
Columbia County TDC on~tce at 386-758-1312 tor
an application. Deadline for application is February
15, 2008 at 5:00 pm.

Classified Department: 755-5440

650 foLb~edNome
Ha~ndymaun 3br/2ba DWMH on I
Ac. Ft1. White, Great Neighborhood.
Owner Finance $79,9)00 No Down
Pmt! $701/Mo! (352) 215-1018

Home & Land Pkgs. 1/2 to 5 acres.
Great locations. Some ready. Others
we'll build to suit. Gary Hamilton
Homes. 386-758-6755 or 963-4000

Price Reduced. 3br/2ba MH on .5
ac. quiet neighborhood, close /town.
Ceramic tile, upgraded appli & cabi-
neut. Wnhirlool bti & more. Own-

705 Rooms for Rent

Roomate Wanted. No animals,Full
run of house. $d350/mo. & 1/2 of
utilities. Ist &* last mo. r~ent.63M20 by

710 regrU~rehedApt.

mmGreat Move
In Specials.
Utider New
Sugar Mill Apartments
1036 SW L gn Gln
(off` of Gra d iew)
Lake City, Florida 32055
3br/3b $775 per month
2br/2b $725 per month
Modern Look.
Convenient Floor Plans.
Call or Details Today!

(3 67 s-57

Free Rent-Drawing held each
month. Ask for details.
1/2 OFF 1st mo. rent
$99. dep. $10 app. fee.
2br Apt. $, $422. move in,
2br MH $ $351. move in
lbr Apt. $45 mo5$345213move in.

1/1 w/ office, New appliances, AC,
great downtown loc. $500 mo.
ref.req. 1st, last & sec.
386-362-8075 or 386-754-295

1BR & 2BR APT.eDowntown

From $500Cmo,3plus7S~ecurit56

2 Bedrooms
$650/mo. to $775/mo.
plus se nrt~y Ca)1blMichelle

2BR/1BA, hr Town.
Gorgeous Lake View.
$500 month with $500 deposit.
Call John Pierce at 386-758-4264

DELUXE 2BR w/Garage,
W/D hookups, 1 year lease.
$725/mo w/ $900 Sec. Dep.
386-758-3026 or 961-9490


805 Lo~Ss I.or S;II

8120 F:"n S

5- Acc~e in thec cou~intry, well, septic
ownel- Iinancing S necres 1o min.
from La~ke City. Off Tustenuggee

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7 0 no 111 rent t

i/2/7 1 50)( Sy :I t., $95 per`' mo-

1 1/2 Monlth Ren~t FREIE with

S1786 SWL G;ra;ndview\ St. # 102,
3/2/1I. 1200( Sq. F~t.. $875 per mo.
1816 SWV G~randview\ St. #101,
3/2/L. 1200) Sq. Fl1. $875 perL` mo.

13 SE Gergory Glen. 3//2/2
1400 Sq. Ft.. $950 per mo.
Mnrki Busher Mgmnt.


$250 G~ift Calrd w/i 12 mo Lea~se!
-123 SE Vic~orial Glen 3/1/2.
I100 S~F. ~ 5 per` mo. )

904I-5X-5i Ik ~0 1 311302
Emlail:- info~imarkb usher~com

2br/2ba. 2 ca;r ga~ra~ge. washer, dry-
In toit~ ~ SS.ino 1r jt an I~s
de~posit. (386)266-90 16
3BR/1.5 BA
$725.mno plus
$725i security.
Call John~ Pie~rce. 386-344-2472
3BR/2.5BA, on 1/2 acre. I mile ealst
of downtown. close to Timco.
$750. mo. a~nd $500. sec.
3BR/2BA HOMlE for rent Deer
Creek S/D. convenient location.
Close to school. Hwy) 90 &: 1-7.5.
SS95./mo. 386-590-11413
Beautiful nlew 3br/2ba~. w;/spa,. 2 car
gcalarage 1/ ac lot. $1,500O/mo + 1ast
& selc. Grealt schools. 386-36.5-0083
wirw\. property-lycu. biz
Home for Rent
3 Bedroom/2 Bath,
Large yard. quiet aIrea. close to
elementary school. Located off CR
240 just 10 minutes
from Lake City or Fort White.
$1,100.00/mo. Call for more info.
386-497- 1409 or 386-867-0260
Renovated 3br/1.5ba. 1000 sf. huge
yard. carport. CH/A. NEW: kitchen
appl.. cabinets. windows, doors,
bathrooms. tile. Incis washer/dryer.
No pets. S900/mo + utilities. Ist,
last & Dep. Free monthly bug con-
trol. Govt. Empl. discount.
1541 SW Ferndal~le Place. Azalca
Park. Lake City (9)54)540-2824
YARD $1050./MO.+ S.D.
386-96 1-9)490 OR 758-3026

1Br 75-) Lak F ont Dec, oc, I iSh
I;INISIKI A/C, icro, W/D. V area
$700 mcuchlc c Lawn~l Servi~ch.

810 n-ome for s e

750 FOR LEASE:: 3200( Sq. Ft. Office
Buildling nearl Post Office &Y Court'-
house. 17+ Parking &: Hanldic\p
alccess. $3,()00/Mo. 386-867-1833
FOR RENT: 1200sql ft. Storage
area~. Dow'ntownl Lake City. Ealsy
loading and unloading.
386-4166-1979 or 719-4808
FOR RENT: 7000' warehouse
with 16001' office space aund loading
dock. Pinemnounlt Commrcl cn
Wa~rehot sing I 85 pler monthly"

N. MARION Stor~e F~ront

Americaun 100 Reallty 386-9)61-')'55
For le~se on~ Ba;yal Drive
900 sq ft. for $8S00 per monthll
inlcludecs water, garlbage,. sewer and ~
taxses. Call 386h-752-4-072
fol (el .TO liMitdtown. slancc it f
West id~ I culty roup16 Cal 13\arlon

OFFICE FOR Lea~se. I1041( s t
ECon knintly 1 )) 1 0.
Call1 386-755-34156
Office Space located across fr~om
the Laket City Mall. $585/mo.
includes water. Call Michelle.
One time Opportunity on 242 @ 1-
75 & Hwy. 4l7! Lease I suite or ~en-
tire 9800 sq. ft. bldg. Openl fimished
space with offices and storage. Ret-
model to suit. Under $9.00/sq. ft
(386) 752-1364
Prime Location, Hwy 90 Frontage
- across from Publix. Commercial
Spa';ce available. 900 or 1800 sql ft.
Call 867-34164

3STORAG;E UNITr 4~0t50.
Smls of 1-5rovince c c
Businec~s Centt'r.i 0(./mno.

WAREHOUSE. 60X60. Plenty1) of
parking. 3 mi. off of 1-7.5. Ellisville
area. $900./mo plus security.

770 Condos For Rent
Branld new, 3 Bdr. 1600 Sq. ft.
Call (386)9)61-1961

790 Vacation RentalS

Winter Special Horseshoe B~each
Gulf Front 2br home, well decorated
w/lg waterfront porch, dlock. &c fish
sink. Avail wkends. $345. or week
$845. (352)498-5986/386-235-3633

d ec $62,500

38R/2BA with single-wide on same
P'opert(y. Both rented o~r
$1,050/m~o. fencedl yard, oult buill-
ing. $99,900. (386) 433-0243
3br/2ba, on 1+ alc. newM roof, new v
CH/A, great1 neighborhood,. prlliae.
ceramiC tile, filrplace, Cceiling~ (lanS
& mlore. $159,900). (70~)23_9-4883 3

3BR1/2A~ w\ith tile andlt woodl floors,

$10)5.(000. Canll (i6) 623- 1457
B~~rlik 3br/21.5ba1 i~ F~olrrest Countlry.
if0( "'Ilet I1 re~l la~ctj wox1 flo r~s'
list. 386-755-509(7/352-538-0544
3BDL/1kBA 137(1) SI' hlus eaN Shldy
;lamina~ted & cerami~~lc floorls. nIv
in~sulate~d wvindtowvs. new\ open floof
plaun. new~ A/C p'lus a~ 700 SI: work-
(3 hol 1`01 ,I(.~)) <; Ilsdit Ier
MM P~arrish Rea~ltors
(386) 454-3327
Happy New Year. Hlome nlow com-
plete, ecccpt y:ou choose ca~rpet! 47
@ Her-itagc: Rcduce~d from $379K
to $329K! 350)0 sq. ft. 3 or 4
BR/3BA. partial tratdes/ow\ner fi-
nance? (386) 752- 1364
TO A~ny area; Any' Condition.
Call Bruce 386-'65-34170
Jennings. /2.' 2 ct. 200 1. framenc.
fence~d. new ha~rdw\~ood floors, large c
dteck. Tlimber~llakec Estate~s. $1 69.900 O
call 13')-57 1 -035')

Nei\31 I';'nt.XC r I $ 12 .i1000.
Call Bruce 386-965-3470

oan Farms &:
O U Acreage
Iali ll~
SLand Sale
Size: 1/ 80 Acre~s
Land Ulse: Unlreslric~ted to homes;

Location: Nor-th Flor-ida~
Pr~icec: a~s low as $5.800 peLr A~cre
386-7527-5035 X 1610
A Ba~r Salles. Inc.
7 days 7-7

5 A~crs, w'cll. se~ptic,&S clea~red
for homer. 50th Streezt.
Live Oak~. F:L. $44,800.00

For Lease: Anproximatelly. 1
Acre.of Colmmercial Property onl a
Cor-ner Lot on Baya &1 Countr'y
Club Rdt. $Y1,500 per Month
Call1: 386-752-45937

9 Auto PartS
920 Supplies


930 Motorcycles
110 ATV -CAMO (2008), RACKS
ING HELMET $750.00.
110 Al'V's, 1 Bla~ck (2007), ra;ck~s
Irlont &: back, w ma;tching

950 cars for sale

STop $paid Car, truck &
ilarm~a eqp 5FI eolic~kup. Call gro
1995 F'ORD Escort Wagon.
4 dr., auto, wh~ite. 90K mi., I owner,
clean as they, come. $2.700.
2001 KilA Rio. Air,. auto. Needs left
fenrder and aI he~ad light. Al
miainlte~nance records. One owner.
~ir~st $500. 386-754-41(66

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2006 410 Ft1. Fraunklin, triple axcl.
1 br/2~ slides;. 2 A\C's. wa';sherl/drye'r,
Mic~o\;\ CDw 17~'r SI500.

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Built 2006 3BR 2 Baths
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2005 Buick Century.;.........................?9 67

2005 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT.............P12,594
2008 Dodlge Avrenger SXT........,....;...?5,604
2007 Dodge Calibur SX T....... .......12,614
2006 Dodge Dakota SLTI 4x4...,.......?17,997:
1997 Dodge Dakota Sport.................34,994

2003 Ford Expedition EddieBauer 012,504
200 Ford Expedition XLT................39,224
205Ford F-150 STX 4x4........;.......?14,747
2002 Ford F-150 XLTI 4x4...............%12,278
204Ford F-250 Lairiat ................ ..322,244
2006 Ford F-250 SD XLT.......,.. ......29,~564
2006 Ford F-350 SD Lariat 4x4.....?31,194
204Ford Focus LX Premium.........?5 ,667
206Ford Mustang V-6..............;....s15,964
202Ford Ranger XLT...........,..........7,36 7

2007 itsubishi ~Eclipse GS.....,;......?16 947

207GMC Acadia SLE ..................?26,304
204GMC Envoy SLE...........,. .......10,124
206GMC Sierra ................1.............12,504
2000 GMC Yukon Denali 4x4........310,861
2005 GMC Yukon SLT..................,..318,844

202Toyota Camry LE....................?10347
202Toyota Camry LE V-6............?11,~894
207Toyota Corolla CE..................P14,597

2006 Nissan Altima 2.5S............,.....?15,84
2005 Nissan Altima 2 5 SL..............3 17,244
2007 Nissan Armada SE .................f24,984
2006 Nissan Frontier LE'..........,.......?5 ,714
'2000 Nissan Maxima SE....................?9,432

2007 Cadmlac CT 3.6L .....................?24 ,144
2005 Cadillac CTS V.......................?29,907
2007 Cadillac DTS ...........................?29 ,125
2006 Cadillac DTIS Luxury 1L.........329,187
2005 Cadillac Escalade EXT...........?36,514
2007 Cadillac Escalade....................?40.154
2006 Cadillac SRX V-6.r;:......:..........22,895
2005 Cadillac SRX V-8 ....................?25 ,160
2005 Cadillac STIS V'-8.....................*25,917
2007 Cadillac STS V-8.......,.............?29,~254

2006 Chevrolet C olial LS................*9,504
2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS..............Jl11,704
2007 Chevrolet Corvette ..................?43,294
2007 Chevrolet Corvette.....,... .........40 .674
2005 Chevrolet Express G2500..~....14814
2007 Chevrolet Impala LT.............1.313,54
2003 Chevrolet Malibu..........,...........6,194
2005 Chevnrlet MalibBr Classic1........78,284
2005 Chevrolet Maibbu Classic ........"6,084
2007 Chevrolet Malibu Classic......"12,454
2004~ Chevrolet Malibu LT...............11,~275
200T ~ihevrolet Monte Cai'lo LT..;..15,684
2007 Chevrolet Silverado.....,............19 ,684
2004 Chevrolet Silverado 15900 4x4317394
2J001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS..?10.534
2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT.7P18,04
2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 WT*1~4,94
2006 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD4x4534,004
2007 Chevrolet Silverado CLSC....?17,747
2007 Chevy Silverado Z;71 4x4......?21,43
1999 Chevy Suburban 1500 LS.........45,7
2007 Chevy Suburban 1500 LTZ...P31,7

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2007 G CAlcadia

2007 Chrysler 300............................E16,64

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