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JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Wayne Jernigan, the Richardson Community Center supervisor, stands in front of a portrait of himself featured in Keith
Goodson's mural project Wednesday morning. 'I just enjoy coming by everyday and looking at it,' Jernigan said.

Artist adds local face to mural


By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com

Jernigan will be the
first person to tell
you that he lives his
life trying to avoid
the "spotlight."
Of course, most of Jernigan's
spotlight-eluding activities took
place before his face was added
to the mural being painted on the
Kuykendall Building.
Jernigan's face is expected to be
on the building for close to 20 years
as part of artist Keith Goodson's
mural of activities which take place
along the Ichetucknee River.
In the mural, Jernigan's face has
been painted as a canoer holding
a paddle as he floats along the
Ichetucknee River.
"I'm am very pleased with it," said
Jernigan, who is the Richardson
Community Center supervisor. "I
would have never thought that my
picture would have ever been put
on a mural. I was very surprised. It
really made me feel good because
sometimes you think you are not
really being noticed, but you are."


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Keith Goodson's mural on the Kuykendall Building features the Ichetucknee
Springs and River and wildlife associated with the area.


Jernigan said when he was asked
to be on the mural he hesitated
because he doesn't like being "in
front" for anything.
"It was just something that went
through me that said 'OK' for the
first time," he said. "I didn't know
I was on the mural until I got a
few phone calls and everyone was
talking about getting autographs
and asking did I need them to
escort me anywhere. It was kind of
like a spotlight for me with people
calling me to let me know it was
there."


Jernigan posed for photos last
week and was awestruck to see his
likeness on the wall this week.
On Tuesday afternoon, Jernigan's
younger sister Elena
Jernigan-Highland showed up at the
mural and was ecstatic to see her
brother's face.
"It feels good," she said with,a
huge smile. "He's on the wall and
he can't come down yes sir."
Highland said Jernigan never told
her his image would be on the

MURAL continued on 3A


Commissioners extend state of emergency another 7 days


County continues
to remove debris from
tornado-ravaged areas.
By MICHAEL MITSEFF
mmitseff@lakecityreporter.com
The ongoing cleanup of the
tornado-ravaged neighborhoods
north of Lake
City prompted the
Columbia County
Board of County
Commissioners to
meet in emergency
session Wednesday
W lim afternoon to extend
R. Williams the declared local
state of emergency for another seven
days.
-.The declaration will become
effective March 20.
"We have removed very little


house debris," Dist.
1 Commissioner
Ron Williams said.
"We're still work-
ing in conjunction
with the city along
with the Florida
D. Williams Department of
Transportation,
who sent a crew over to help.
"It's unbelievable the downed trees
that are still on property, and we .are
trying to get them cleaned up."
Williams said he estimates that it
will take another two weeks before
the cleanup effort can move to
Phase 2, which will allow the work-
.ers to tear down the homes deemed
unsafe by the building department.
During tonight's meeting of the
board of county commissioners, zon-
ing and land-use changes dominate
the agenda.
"Under state statutes any land-use


"We have removed very little house debris.
We're still working in conjunction with
the city along with the Florida Department
of Transportation, who sent a crew over to help."
Ron Williams,
Dist. 1 County Commissioner


or zoning requests are to be heard
by the local planning agency, which
happens to be the county planning
and zoning board," County Planner
Brian Kepner said. "It acts in an advi-
sory capacity to the board of county
commissioners."
Planning and zoning holds a public
hearing where those for or against
the zoning, or land use changes can
be heard and then the board dis-
cusses the requests and makes a
for-or-against recommendation that


is passed to the board of county
commissioners for the final ruling.
Also on tonight's 7 p.m. agenda is
a board discussion centering on the
amount of reimbursement a tax cer-
tificate holder will be paid in light of
recent court rulings that determined
a private prison, such as Columbia
County Correctional Facility is not
taxable since it provides services to
the state.
COUNTY continued on 3A


Underage

drinking to

be discussed

at FWHS

Town hall meeting
to inform students
on dangers of alcohol.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@clakecityreporter.corn
Project CATCH will host a
town hall meeting at Fort White
High School on March 27 to warn
teenagers and parents about the
dangers of underage alcohol
abuse.
The event will take place at the
school gymnasium beginning at
5:45 p.m. with dinner, and the
meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
The purpose of the event is to
raise awareness of the growing
problem underage alcohol abuse.
According to recent statis-
tics, approximately 5,000 people
younger than 21 die as a result
of underage drinking, said Amber
Howard, student assistant program
coordinator for-FWHS.
"Our point is to raise aware-
ness," Howard said. "We have to
get the point across that (underage
drinkers) are not invincible and we
want to get parents involved."
She said that oftentimes, parents
believe that underage drinking is a
MEETING continued on 3A


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TROY ROBERTS/Lake City Reporter
VA Domiciliary receives $1,800
Lake City Chapter No. 772 of the Military Order of the Purple
Heart of the U.S. made an $1,800 donation to the VA Domiciliary
Wednesday afternoon. Commander William A. Clement (left) and
Junior Vice Commander and Adjutent Tony Cumbess made the
donation to nursing home administrator Paulette Tyler.


MEETING: Town to discuss

underage drinking, driving


Continued From Page 1A
rite of passage or that it's okay
for teenagers to drink at home
because they are being super-
vised. Because of this belief,
alcohol is often available to
youth, and many teenagers
are beginning to drink as early
as 14, Howard said.
"It doesn't matter what
a parent's belief is it's
illegal," she. said.
The town hall meeting will
help parents understand the
pressure teenagers face when
it comes to underage drink-
ing and ways to become more
involved in their lives.
"Research has shown that
parental disapproval is the
number one reason kids-
choose not to drink," Howard
said.
Several students will speak
about the dangers of alcohol,
and Columbia High School
alumnus Nicole Sheldon will
also speak about how alco-
hol has. affected her and
her family's lives. Sheldon's
brother was killed last year by
an underage driver who had
been drinking.
The Florida Highway Patrol
and Columbia County Sheriff's
Office also will stress the
importance of staying sober


"Studies are
showing that
the causation
for most
alcohol-related
problems begins
with poor
communication
in the home."

Lt. Mike Burroughs,
Florida Highway Patrol Troop B
public information officer


to underage drivers.
"Studies are showing that
the causation for most alco-
hol-related problems with our
youth begins with poor com-
munication in the home," said
Lt. Mike Burroughs, public
information officer for Troop
B of FHP.
"The goal of the town hall
meeting is to foster effective
communication between youth
and their parents. Simply put,
parents need to know who
their children's friends are and
spend more time talking about
tough subjects."


MURAL: Artist adds likeness of supervisor W a


Continued From Page 1A
mural, and she didn't notice
it until one day when she
happened to be driving by.
"I was riding by one day
and I looked and said, 'Look,
thafs my brother up there,"'
she said.
Highland said the image is
also special to the Jernigan
family because her father, the
late Henry Lee Jernigan, was
known locally to be an impas-
sioned fisherman. She said
Wayne's image looks like her
father in the boat.
"By him being in the boat,
he looks just like my daddy,
and that's a remembrance of
my oldest brother and my
father," she said. "It makes me
happy that I can see my oldest
brother, even if he's here or if
he's gone, he's still here (on
the wall)."
Goodson said Highland's
comments exemplify what he
was attempting to do as an
artist by adding Jernigan.
"As an artist, that's what we
try to interpret, a likeness,"
he said. "When you get family
members saying that's a like-
ness ... that to me is the ulti-
mate accomplishment to
have a family member say that
it is a likeness."
Goodson is from Pensacola
and never met Jernigan before
he was commissioned to do
the mural. He said it took him
about three or four hours to
paint Jernigan's image.


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Keith Goodson stands in front of his mural on the Kuykendall
Building. The mural's dedication is set for March 27.


'Trying to get the likeness
on a stucco wall on a large
scale was kind of a difficult
task, but everybody seems
to recognize him," Goodson
said. "Everybody says, That's
Chick.'"
Jernigan often visited
Goodson in the afternoons,
noting he was fascinated to see
the images Goodson created
with his paint brushes and to
see the mural's progression.
The two struck up an instant
friendship and Goodson
said the Spirit moved him to
include Jernigan's image on
the mural.
"A lot of times God will
give me certain people that
he wants me to draw an inter-
est, a highlight to,. because
of things they've done," he
said. "I just felt like God said,


'I want you to put this guy up
here' to take someone that
doesn't get a lot of recognition
and maybe put him on the wall
for permanent recognition."
Jernigan said he's never
canoed the Ichetucknee River
and he's uncertain whether
he would do so now with all of
the recent acclaim.
"It's going to be a challenge
to take a canoe down the river,
but I have taken a boat down
the river," he said.
Jernigan said working with
children has been his life-long
dream, and his image on the
mural may inspire some local
children.
"Hopefully this will help
some children understand that
some days you go through
battles and good things can
come out of it," he said.


COUNTY: Extends state of emergency


Continued From Page 1A
"When Columbia Cor-rectional Institute locat-
ed in Columbia County, it was assessed property
taxes and there has been an ongoing dispute not
only with the facility but with the state of Florida
as to whether a private facility even though it
provided services to the state was taxable,"
County Manager Dale Williams said.
"Because the initial tax bill was not paid,
someone purchased a tax certificate issued on
the facility."
Williams explained that since the court
ruled in favor of the prison, the certificate
that was issued is going to be canceled, which
means that the revenue derived from the tax
certificate plus a fair rate of interest must be
paid back to the certificate holder.
"The issue before the board is what exactly


the case did and what it means for the county
in terms of the amount of the reimbursement.
The other taxing authorities are affected as
well.
Also on the agenda is a $5,000 allocation
from Dist. 5 Commissioner Elizabeth Porter's
special project fund to help finance the renova-
tion of the Fort White Depot Caboose.
Finally, Teresa Morgan of Morgan Law
Center has purchased the parking lot adjacent
.to her office building south of U.S. 90 and just
east of the county annex.
The lot is where the county parks most of the,
vehicles used by courthouse annex employees,
including trucks and cars.
Morgan is seeking a month-to'-month rent 'f,-
$1,500 from the county for its continued use.


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Thursday, March 20, 2008


www.lakecityreporter.com


EDITORIAL


Bringing


mural to


life a great


team effort

Through the work of local
tourism and downtown
officials and the generosity
of Lake City resident James
Montgomery's
$18,000 donation, the first downtown
mural project is nearly complete.
Internationally known artist Keith
Goodson has brought his great talent to
our town and although he's only been
a mainstay in our downtown area since
late January, Goodson has touched
many lives and, through his artwork left
on the wall of the Kuykendall Building
downtown, his presence will be with us
forever.
Goodson has transformed a clean,
gray wall, into a mural our entire county
can embrace and show pride in for
decades to come. His work is masterful
and has turned out better than most
people could have imagined when the
concept for a downtown art project was
discussed.
This has been a great community
effort. People in the downtown area
stop and stare in amazement at the
majestic painting. It is truly a project
that has brightened the landscape of
downtown Lake City.
Our community has been well-served
by this organized effort to depict the
great scenes of our natural Ichetucknee,
basin. The beauty of our region, now
and forever, are preserved by this giant
masterpiece.

HIG H LIGH TS
IN HISTORY.
Today is Thursday, March 20, the 80th day
of 2008. There are 286 days left in the year.
Spring's arrival: 1:48 a.m. Eastern time.
In 1908, American broadcasting pioneer
Frank Stanton, the president of CBS for 26
years, was born in Muskegon, Mich.
In 1956, union workers ended a 156-day
strike at Westinghouse Electric Corp.
In 1969, John Lennon married Yoko Ono in
Gibraltar.
* In 1977, voters in Paris chose former
French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac to be
the French capital's first mayor in more than a
century.
* In 1988, 8-year-old DeAndra Anrig found
herself airborne when the string of her kite
was snagged by an airplane flying over
Shoreline Park in Mountain View, Calif.
(DeAndra was lifted 10 feet off the ground and
carried some 100 feet until she let go; she was
not seriously hurt.)
In 1995, in Tokyo, 12 people were killed,
more than 5,500 others sickened when
packages containing the poisonous gas sarin
were leaked on five separate subway trains by
Aum Shinrikyo cult members.


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Shield Law: Public's right


to know hangs in balance


By REP. RICK BOUCHER (D-Va.)
and REP. MIKE PENCE (R-Ind.)
Thomas Jefferson
once said that "our
liberty depends
on the freedom
of the press, and
it cannot be limited without
being lost." Freedom of the
press is a cornerstone of our
democracy, and our Founding
Fathers understood that an
informed citizenry is essential
to keeping the government
accountable to its people
and in promoting honest and
ethical conduct in our society.
Journalists play an',-.-. '
essential role in informing
our society. They not only
report news and information
to the public, but also serve
as watchdogs, investigating
and exposing what are often
illegal, unethical or dangerous
activities by both public and
private sector actors. But to do
that job effectively, journalists.
sometimes must rely on
sources who do not want their
identities revealed for fear
of personal safety, retaliation
by employers, ostracism by
friends and neighbors or
extreme embarrassment.
Imagine a single mother
who works at a factory and
struggles to support her
family on the hourly wage she
is paid. Imagine she knows
that there is a flaw in the
product being made there a
flaw which could potentially
put the lives of those who
use the product at risk. A
reporter who has heard about
possible problems at the plant
seeks to interview her for a
story which, by exposing the
situation, has the potential to
save lives and enhance public
safety. Without a guarantee
of confidentiality, the woman
is unlikely to risk her job by
speaking with the reporter,
and lives will continue to
be endangered. As a result,
public safety suffers.
It is because of scenarios
like these that 33 states and
the District of Columbia have
existing laws that protect
reporters from the compelled
disclosure in state court
proceedings of confidential


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sources of information. Such
broad-based support for
assuring the confidentiality
of journalists' sources at
the state level lays bare
the glaring lack of similar
protections at the federal level.
During the past several
years, more than 30 reporters
have been subpoenaed or
questioned in federal court
proceedings about confidential
sources.
Federal prosecutors are
attempting to force journalists
to reveal their sources rather
than finding the wrongdoers
through their own
investigations into reported
activities. They have used
the threat of jail to pressure
reporters into violating the
promises of confidentiality
they made to their sources
as a condition of receiving
the information at the core of
their stories and at the core
of the criminal investigation.
In some instances, reporters
have in fact been jailed for
keeping their promises not to
divulge the identity of.sources.
These actions inevitably
have a chilling effect on the
willingness of reporters to rely
on confidential sources and
the willingness of sources to
speak with reporters.
Action is needed to
protect the promise of
confidentiality between
reporters and their sources
from this unprecedented
series of federal government
challenges. The public's right
to know hangs in the balance
because if the identity of
sources is not protected, many


LETTER TO THE EDITOR


We are all part
of God's world
To the Editor:
As wonderful as it is that
Lake City is growing by leaps
and bounds, it's just as scary
in some ways.
The streets and roads are
having a difficult time
accommodating the extra
traffic and, so, there are an
increased number of wrecks
and fatalities, ALL of them
avoidable. All it takes is a few
extra seconds to check your
boundaries and your attention
span while driving.
I have said many times that,


if you wake up alive in Lake
City, you've made it through
the red lights again.
All different races of human
beings are moving into our
city, and we all need to learn
how to tolerate and love each
other. I notice that Hispanic
'people coming into the area
are just fine with most of us
if they can serve tip a good
taco. We need to get over the
Alamo, if that's the problem.
Whether they are legalss"
or not doesn't excuse the way
people ignore and shun them.
They bleed red, just like I do.
Black people, red people,
yellow people and white


matters of public importance
will not become known. Public
corruption and corporate
misdeeds will go uncorrected.
In many instances, the
critical information that first
alerts federal prosecutors to
potentially illegal activity or
alerts civil litigants to the facts
giving rise to a private civil
case is contained in a news
story that could only have
been reported upon assurance
of anonymity to a source. That
anonymity must be protected.
On May 2, 2007, we
introduced the Free Flow of
Information Act. It sets strict
limits on the ability of the
U.S. Department of Justice
or a private party to compel
the disclosure of confidential
sources in federal court
proceedings. It carefully
balances the public interest
in the free flow of information
against the public interest
in compelling testimony in
highly limited circumstances
involving grave risk to national
security or imminent threats
of bodily harm.
Our legislation was
approved by a large,
bipartisan majority on a vote
of 398-21 last October. The
Senate Judiciary Committee
has approved similar
legislation, and we will now
be working with our Senate
colleagues to secure final
passage of this urgently
needed measure.
By protecting reporters and
their confidential sources, the
Free Flow of Information Act
will encourage whistleblowers
to talk to journalists and expose
wrongdoing. It will ensure that
journalists can continue to do
what they have done since our
nation's founding to exercise
the freedom of the press to
bring to light information on
the most important issues of
the day.
As Thomas Jefferson
recognized, our liberty and
our democracy are dependent
on a free and fully functioning
press. Our bill will help
underpin this nation's tradition
of honoring press freedom as
a hallmark of our open and
informed society.


people ... we are God's
creation. No one is superior.
Only God.
Certain shopping centers
(Wal-Mart, for one) do not
have sufficient parking lot
lighting to make me feel
secure if I have to shop at
night. This was once a small
town with a family-type
atmosphere. It isn't anymore.
Two major interstate
highways cross paths here
and there are a lot of nuts out
there.
Let's look out for each other.
The alternative is not good.
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By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia County Sheriff's
Office employees were con-
gratulated for a year's worth
of work during the 2008
Columbia County Sheriff's
Office Awards Banquet.
The banquet took place
Tuesday night where sever-
al sheriff's office 'employees
were recognized for accom-
plishments and achievements.
Columbia County Sheriff Bill
Gootee said the award winners
are outstanding employees.
"We're called upon to do
more and more with less
with the sacrifices employees
make being away from their
families, working 12-hour
shifts and doing their duties
and putting their lives on the
line, especially patrol officers
and our detention deputies,"
Gootee said. "Our civilian
staff is doing a great job in
supporting our officers in the
jobs that they do. Without
our civilian staff it would be
hard for us, the deputies and
detention officers, to perform
those duties."
During this year's banquet,
Charlie Bailey was selected as
the 2007 Detention Deputy of
the Year.
"It feels great to get this
award, I've been waiting on
it -a long time," said Bailey,
noting that winning the award
was a personal goal.
He said receiving .the
award with his friends and
peers in attendance is what
made receiving the award so
noteworthy.
Nancy Vining was selected
as the Non-Sworn Employee
of the Year award winner.
Vining works as a secretary
for the detective division.
"It's humbling to win the
award," Vining said. "It's
humbling to win the award
because all the guys I work
with are the ones who just go
out and do the job. They make
it easy for me. I don't think I
should win an award for doing
my job."
Kathryn Jolley was selected
as the Communication Officer
of the Year award winner.
"It's a blessing to win this
award," Jolley ,said. "I don't
think I'm going to change
anything. I'm just going to
keep working as hard as I do
everyday that's my job."
Jolley was also received two
letters of commendation, one
for foiling an attempted bur-
glary while she was off-duty
and the other for helping an
elderly woman get a generator
during a power outage.


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Some of the Columbia County Sheriff's Office award winners during Tuesday's annual awards
banquet include (from left) deputy Cpl. Keith Jackson, 2007 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year;
Nancy Vining, the Non-Sworn (civilian) Employee of the Year Award winner; Kathryn Jolley, the
Communication Officer of the Year Award; and Charlie Bailey, the Detention Deputy of the Year.


Other honorees:

0 Deputy Jeff Watson and Deputy Mike
Parlatti were awarded the Medal of Distinction
for their attempts to save the life of a man
inside a burning house.
Deputy Kenneth Neff was awarded the
Medal of Distinction for his outstanding aware-
ness and bravery which aided in the arrest of
an armed and dangerous criminal.
Detective Jennifer Wolf, Lt. David
Wingate and Capt. Jerry Jewett were awarded
the Medal of Commendation for their work in
dismantling a large and organized drug opera-
tion. Lake City Police Sgt. Keith Heston and
Officer Larry Shallar were also honored for
their involvement in the case.
Sgt. Michael Sweat, Cpl. Ryan Bunton,
Cpl. Keith Jackson, Det. Mark Pentolino, Det.
Debbie Svir, Deputy Cecil Brownfield and
FDLE Special Agent April Glover all received
Certificates of Commendation for their role in
assisting with the long-term investigative tasks
required in the above narcotics case.
Deputy Kenneth Neff received a
Certificate of Commendation for showing
dedication and a sense of duty even
while off duty in apprehending a hit and
run suspect
Deputy Tracy Stephens received a
Certificate of Commendation for her calm
demeanor and exceptional performance while
apprehending two burglary suspects.
Deputy Robert Sands received a
Certificate of Commendation for his excep-
tional performance in interrupting a burglary
in progress and arresting two suspects.
Deputy Tip Tyler, Deputy Kenneth Neff
and Sgt. Chris Sharpe received a Certificate
, of Commendation for their outstanding per-
formance while locating and apprehending
a suspect and recovering $250,000 worth of
stolen property.
Kathryn Jolley received a Certificate of
Commendation for going above and beyond
her duties while off-duty, she observed what
turned out to be an in-progress burglary.
Two suspects were arrested thanks to her
attentiveness.
Deputy Greg Fischer received a
Certificate of Commendation for his alertness
and professionalism in locating and appre-
hending two robbery suspects.
Corporal Randy Dowling received a


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Certificate of Commendation for his demean-
or and professionalism in locating and
apprehending a robbery suspect.
Sgt. Stacy Croft received a Certificate
of Commendation for the calm and profes-
sional demeanor that he displays in leading
his shift.
Deputy Keith Spradley, Lt. Pete
Spurlock, Sgt. Robert Holloway and Sgt..Stacy
Croft received a Certificate of Commendation
for their actions that protected the public and
prevented the escape of a man who had
moments before murdered his wife.
M Detective J.T. Williams received a
Certificate of Commendation for his excep-
tional diligence and investigative skills that
lead to the arrest of suspects in several local
burglaries.
Detective Sgt. Katina Dicks received a
Certificate of Commendation for her dedica-
tion, diligence and efficiency towards suc-
cessful prosecutions of complex child abuse
investigations.
Kelly Jolley received a Certificate of
Appreciation for her diligence in assisting a
disabled person during a crisis.
Linda Bethea, Jennifer Edwards and
Pam Foxx received a Certificate of Appreciation
for their willingness to assist another agency in
coping with the death of an officer.
Cpl. Todd Green and Det. Joe Vargo
received a Certificate of Appreciation for their
determination and initiative in solving the


theft of a large amount of fuel from a local
business.
Deputy Danny Brown received a
Certificate of Appreciation for his determina-
tion and initiative in solving a rash of criminal
mischief cases.
Detention Deputy Eric Bean received a
Certificate of Appreciation for his close atten-
tion to detail of a tattoo which led to the arrest
of a robbery suspect.
Paige Milligan, Jennifer Edwards
and Sarah Wheeler received a Certificate
of Appreciation for their compassion and
unselfishness in helping a family in need at
Christmas.
Det. Debbie Svir, Paige Milligan,
John Vigna and Laurie Windham received a
Certificate of Appreciation for their outstand-
ing dedication, diligence and efficiency which
ensured the agency's CAD system was
functional.
John Roberts, a member of the Sheriffs
Citizen Service Unit, was honored for his
1,283 hours of volunteer time in 2007.
Though not an employee of the Sheriff's
Office, Forestry Law Enforcement Officer
James "Jim" Ellis received a special award for
his intuition and manner in which he handled
a suspicious person camped illegally in the
Osceola National Forest in northern Columbia
County. That man was later identified and
charged with at least one homicide in Georgia
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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 2008


OBITUARIES


Harper H. Hadley
Mr.HarperH.Hadley, '
67, died at home,
Thursday, March
13, 2008. Harper,
"Chuch," as we all
knew him, was born
in San Juan, Puerto
Rico, and lived his
early childhood in South American
countries. He was a graduate of
Columbia High School. Harper
served his country in the Air Force.
He earned a bachelors degree in for-
estry from the University of Florida
and later a masters degree from
Oxford University in England. He
became a high ranking official in the
US Forestry Department in Puerto
Rico. Changing careers in the early
1970's, he reached the pinnacle of
the appraisal industry by 1975.
Harper was a long time resident of
Lake City. The son of the late Evan
Worth Hadley, he is survived by his
Mother, Louise K. Hadley, his sis-
ter, Evalyn Touchton Ferrington, his
daughter Chrissie Hadley- Lindsey,
and his sons, Judson, Sean and Evan
Worth Hadley, two grandchildren
Cody and Hannah, as well as sev-
eral nieces and nephews,
Arrangements are under the direc-
tion of Dees-Parrish Family
Funeral Home, 458 South Marion
Avenue, Lake City, (386) 752-1234
or 386-752-2211.
Alvin Roderick Hughs, Jr.
Alvin Roderick
Hughs, Jr., 20, of
Sanderson, Florida
departed this life
March 16, 2008.
Alvin was a gradu-
ate of Baker County
High School Class of 2007. He was
a varsity football player in which
he won numerous awards including
"Player of the Game."
He was preceded in death by his
grandparents Jeanette Givens,
Oliver and Eleanor Paige, Edward
and Margaret Hughes.
He leaves to cherish his loving
memories his devoted parents, Alvin
Sr. and Lavara Hughes; a sister and
brother, Latrice Givens and Terrel
Lamar Hughes; a grandfather, Luke
Ruise; godmother, Barbara Paige;
nieces whom he loved, Shomariana
Wilcox and Laniyah Wilcox; and a
host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and
many dear friends.
The family will receive friends
Friday, March 21, 2008 from 6-8
P.M. at Faith Temple Church of God
in Christ, 5 Church Road Sanderson,
Florida.
The Celebration of Alvin's life will
be held Saturday March 22, 2008,
1:00 P.M. at The Baker County
SMiddle School Auditorium.
Arrangements are entrusted to
COMBS FUNERAL HOME,
292 NE Washington Street, Lake
City, FL. (386)752-4366, Marq
Combs-Turner, L.F.D. "The Carihg
Professionals."


Mary Frances Harris Perry
Mrs. Mary Frances Harris Perry, age
92 resident of 137 N.W. Bascom
Norris Drive, Lake City died
Thursday, March 13, 2008 at The
Lake City Medical Center termi-
nating an extended illness. Born in
Quincy, Fla., she was the daughter
of the late Lee Chapell and Annie
Ola Wynn Harris. She attended the
public schools of Gadsen County
and was a faithful member of Trinity
United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her cousins,
Levonia Wynn, of Lakeland, Fla.,
Mary Wynn, Tampa, Fla., Alexander,
Diann, Shirley and Sylvester Wynn,
of Sanford, Fla.; Michael Wynn,
Delray Beach, Fla., William Wynn,
West Palm Beach, Fla., Annie Ola
Mickens, Chicago, Ill., Erric Wynn,
Jr., Winter Garden, Fla., LaShawna
Wynn-Canty, Lakeland, Fla. Gloria
Jean Willis, Bradenton, Fla., Barbara
Jean, Orlando, Fla.; a beloved neigh-
bor and friend, Annie Mae Jorden,
Lake City, Fla.; a God-Child,
Reginald Fleming, Lake City, Fla.,
a host of other cousins and friends
also survive.
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
Frances Harris Perry, will be 1:00
p.m. Friday, March 21, 2008 at
Trinity United Methodist Church;
Rev. John w. Beasley, pastor; Minister
Pauline Harrison, Eulogy. Interment
will follow in the Suwannee Valley
Cemetery.
Arrangements entrusted to: R. J.
Gainous Funeral Home, Inc. Daytona
Beach, Fla. Alexander Wynn, L.F.D.
and COOPER FUNERAL HOME,
251 N.E. Washington Street; Lake
City, Fla., Willis 0. Cooper, L.F.D.
Joyce K. Watkins
Mrs. Joyce K. Watkins, 87 of Lake
City passed away Tuesday, March
18, 2008 at the Baya Pointe Nursing
and Rehabilitation Center in Lake
City following an extended illness.
A native of Lake City and daughter to
the late James and Margaret Parrish
Kent, Mrs. Watkins lived most of her
life in Lake City and was a gradu-
ate of Columbia High School. Mrs.
Watkins enjoyed arranging flowers
and worked for Mary's Flowers in
Lake City for over thirty five years.
She was preceded in death by her hus-
band, Harry W. Watkins, Sr. in 1977.
Mrs. Watkins is survived by her son,
Harry W. Watkins, Jr., Lake City, her
sister, Juanita Strickland, Tallahassee
and her sister in law, Catherine Kent,
Valdosta, GA. Graveside services for
Mrs. Watkins will be Friday, March
21, 2008 at 1:30 P.M. at Memorial
Cemetery in Lake City. Interment
will follow. In lieu of flowers dona-
tions may be made to the church or
charity of your choice in memory
of Mrs. Watkins. Arrangements are
under the direction of GUERRY
Funeral Home, Lake City. 386-
752-2414:
Obituaries are paid advertise-
ments. For details, call the Lake City
Reporter's classified department at
752-1293..


EASTER ACTIVITIES


Faith in Christ Anglican Church
to host special services
Faith in Christ Anglican Church will
host a Maundy Thursday service at
7 p.m. today, 9317 U.S. Highway 90
West. Good Friday service will take
place at noon, and an
Easter service will take place at
9:30 a.m. Sunday.
First Presbyterian Church
to host Tenebrae service
A Tenebrae (shadows) service will
take place at 8 p.m. Friday at
First Presbyterian Church.
Drive-thru drama to depict
crucifixion, resurrection
Wesley Memorial United Methodist
Church will host a drive-thru living
drama depicting the events'leading
up to and including the crucifixion,
resurrection and ascension of Jesus
Christ from 8:30 to 9:45 p.m. Friday
through Sunday at the church,
located on McFarlane Avenue.
Sons of American Legion
present Easter egg hunt
The Sons of the American Legion
will present its free annual Easter
egg hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday at the
American Legion Post 57, 2206 SW
Main Blvd. Children 12 and younger
must be accompanied by an adult.
Refreshments will be served
following the hunt.


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Hopeful Baptist Church will host its
annual free Easter Fun Day from
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday.
Food, fun and games will be
provided with egg hunts, pony rides
and more. The church is located at
289 SE Hopeful Drive.
Hunt for Easter eggs
at Annie Maddox Park
Gold Standard Lodge No. 167 will
present an Easter egg hunt from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Annie
Mattox Park. Call Kelly at
(386) 623-9391.
Egg hunt, sunrise
services to take place
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
Church will host an Easter egg hunt
at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. The church
will also have a sunrise service
at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, followed by
donuts and coffee in the fellowship
hall. Easter service will begin at
11 a.m. The church is located on
State Road 47, '/2 mile south
of Interstate 75.
Parkview Baptist Church to host
'The Lamb has Overcome'
Parkview Baptist Church will
present the 2008 Lake City Passion
Play, "The Lamb has Overcome," at
3 and 6 p.m. Saturday and


6 p.m. Sunday, 268 NW Lake
Jeffery Road.
Christ Central presents
Easter production
Christ Central will present
"No Greater Love," an Easter
production, at 7 p.m. Saturday and
10 a.m. Sunday at 217 SW Dyal
Ave. Call (386) 755-2525.
Falling Creek Baptist
to host service, egg hunt
Falling Creek Baptist Church will
host an Easter sunrise service
at 7 a.m. Sunday, with an Easter
program following at 11 a.m. An egg
hunt will follow the service.
Call (386) 752-1359.
Community Christian Center
to host sunrise service
Community Christian Center will
host its 10th annual sunrise service
at 7:15 a.m. Sunday. Bring a dish
for breakfast following the bilingual
service. Stations of the Cross
available during Passion week in
the Prayer Garden.
Call (386) 752-8600.
Lulu Advent Church
to host sunrise service
Lulu Advent Christian Church will
host an Easter sunrise service at
7:30 a.m. Sunday. Breakfast will be
served following the service.


First Presbyterian Church
to host Easter services
First Presbyterian Church will
celebrate Easter at 9 a.m. with a
short drama and at 11 a.m. Sunday.
Christian Heritage Church
to have Easter service
Christian Heritage Church will host
an Easter service at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, 159 Hudson Lane.
Call (386) 752-9119.
Southside Baptish Church
to host Easter gospel sing
Southside Baptist Church will host
an Easter gospel sing at 6:15 p.m.
Sunday, 388 SE Baya Drive.
Call (386) 755-5553.



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Annual Children's Day set for March 28 at Westfield Square


By JOHNNA PINHOLSTER
jpinholster@lakecityreporter.com
Family, food and fun will be the
focus of Children's Day, an annual
event sponsored by Early Learning
Coalition of Florida's Gateway, Inc.
The March 28 event will begin
at 9:30 a.m. and run until 1:30 p.m.
in the east parking lot of Westfield
Square.
The purpose of the event is to let
families know about the services the
Early Learning Coalition of Florida's
Gateway, Inc. provide, executive
director Tom Logan said.
The statewide Children's Week
wraps up this week, Logan said, but
the local organization has been spon-
soring an event for the five-county
coverage area for the last four years.
Children's Week puts a spotlight on
issues facing children by bringing
community members from all walks
of life together to discuss and share
valuable knowledge and information


about children's issues, Tom Logan
said.
He said the intention of the event
is to bring issues concerning children
to the forefront for discussion while
still showing them a good time.
"It does have a serious purpose,
but it does give kids a chance to
come out and play," Logan said.
Children and their parents will be
able to play games, listen to music,
enjoy the petting zoo and get a free
meal during the event Last year the
crowd surged to more than 1,200,
and Logan said as many people are
expected this year.
Program Manager Carrie Skinner
said other agencies, including the
United Way, Healthy Start and Life
South Blood Bank, will set up booths
during the event.
Monesia Brown, director of The
Agency for Workforce Innovation,
is scheduled to attend the event.
The agency provides funding for the
Early Learning Coalition of Florida's


Gateway, Inc., Logan said.
In addition to various games and
activities for children, a few famous
faces will be in the crowd as well.
University of Florida mascots Albert
and Alberta will be in attendance
along with Curious George from
WUFT-TV, Skinner said.
Each child and parent attending
the event will receive a goody bag
filled with educational materials and
toys, Skinner said.
Pizza, snow-cones, cotton candy and
cookies will be just a few of the treats
donated by local vendors at the event
Door prizes will include four tickets
to Six Flags Wild Adventures, four
tickets to the Jacksonville Zoo, a fam-
ily-size picnic table and basket and a
child size picnic table and basket
Children from Bullfrogs and
Butterfly's Learning Center, Busy
Bee Play School and Happy Hearts
West will provide live entertainment
at 9:30 a.m. on Children's Day.
Throughout the rest of the day


musicians and instruments provided
by The Music Center will entertain
guests, Skinner said.
The Early Learning Coalition of
Florida's Gateway, Inc. serves an
area that has 42 percent of its chil-
dren living below the poverty line,
the largest in the state, Logan said.
"These families are in need of
good childcare and early education
and we try to help them find it,"
Logan said.
The five counties in the cover-
age area are Lafayette, Hamilton,
Suwannee, Columbia and Union.
The non-profit corporation is state
funded and considered an Early-
Learning Coalition, one of 31 in the
state. All the money used to fund the
organization is provided by the state,
Logan said.
Early Learning Coalition of
Florida's Gateway, Inc. provides
three services for the area.
School Readiness assists low
income families with childcare so


they can remain in the workforce.
A lot of times, if left on there own,
parents would not be able to afford
childcare even with a full-time job,
Logan said.
If a family qualifies, Early Learning
Coalition of Florida's Gateway, Inc.
will help cover childcare costs, from
infancy until a child is 12 years old.
Last year the organization helped
put 3,300 children into childcare
programs, Logan said.
The Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
program is available to all families in
the coverage area, not just children
from low-income families.
"Any kid who is four (years old)
qualifies," Logan said.
The organization will pay for the
child to go to the program, to help
them get ready to enter the school
system the following year. The
resource and referral program basi-
cally directs people to the appropri-
ate organizations that fit the needs
they have, Logan said.


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TONY BRITTILake City Reporter
Lake City Fire Department firefighters Adam Brannon (from top left), Trey Beauchamp, Bobby Oliver,
Blaiyze Neeley, Don Wilson and Battalion Chief Hank Rossell put a fire hose on a truck Tuesday. The
fire department has been conducting its annual suplply and materials inventory for the past few days.

Fire department inspects hoses


By TONY BRITT
tbriti@lakecityreporter.com
Lake City Fire Department
firefighters have been con-
ducting the department's
annual equipment and supply
inventory for the past few days.
Several firefighters spent
most of Tuesday checking the
water pressure in fire hoses as
part of the annual inventory.
Lake City Fire Department
Battalion Chief Hank Rossell
said firefighters checked sup-
ply line hoses and hand line
hoses. He said they checked
2.5-inch, 1.75-inch and 5-inch
hoses as part of the inventory


process.
"We have to put the hoses
through different testing pro-
cedures as far as different PSI
(pounds per square inch) and
different diameter hoses,"
Rossell said. "We do the test-
ing to make sure everything
is up to specifications."
As part of Tuesday's inspec-
tion, the firefighters tested
approximately 2,500-feet of
fire hose.
"Every year we have to test
the hoses to make sure it's
going to hold its pressure,"
Rossell said.
He said Insurance Standard
Organization requirements


also mandate that the hoses
be tested on: an annual basis.
The hoses are tested at
250 PSI for about three minutes
to verify that they are up to
proper fire fighting specifica-
tions. The testing allows fire-
fighters to make sure the hoses
don't have holes and allows
them to verify that the gaskets
and couplings are good.
At least half of the fire hoses
tested are kept in the fire sta-
tion as backup hoses, and the
remainder is carried on the
fire trucks.
"We do this to make sure
when we are in fire conditions
we'll be safe," Rossell said.


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BRIEFS


FISHING
Annual FFA bass
tourney is Saturday
The 10th Annual
Columbia Senior FFA Bass
tournament is Saturday at
Clay Landing. Entry fee
is $55 per boat with an
optional big bass pot at $10
per boat.
For details, call Karen
Brown at 752-0743.
YOUTH SWIMMING
CST registration
begins Monday
Columbia Swim Team
registration is scheduled
for 4-5:30 p.m., Monday
through Wednesday, at the
Aquatic Complex. Please
bring a copy of the child's
birth certificate.
For details, call Paula
Burns at 755-9619.
WOLVES CHEERLEADING
Tryout packets
at school office
Cheerleading tryout
packets for Richardson
Middle School students
are available at the school
office. Packets are due at a
mandatory parent meeting
at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, at
the school.
. For details, call coach
Yvette Stephenson at
(386) 344-7453.
DUCKS UNLIMITED
Greenwing event
set for April 5
The Suwannee River
Chapter of Ducks Unlimited
has its Greenwing event
planned for April 5.
Children up to age 17 can
participate and there will be
contests in fishing, sporting
clays, archery, BB guns and
slingshots with prizes and
trophies. Cost is $20. There
will be a raffle and silent
auction, and a lunch of
hamburgers and hot dogs.
For details, call John
Sparks at 752-9589 or
623-1141, or Matt Dukes at
623-7306.
BABE RUTH BASEBALL
Sign-up for 15U
at Brian's Sports
Registration for Babe
Ruth Baseball's
15-and-under age group is
under way at Brian's Sports
on U.S. Highway 90 West.
For details, call Wendy
Dohrn at 623-3641.
* From staff reports.

GAMES

Today
Columbia High
weightlifting hosts Section
2-2A qualifier, 1 p.m.
LCCC softball vs. St.
Johns River CC, 2:30 p.m.
LCCC baseball
vs. Glen Oaks College,
2:45 p.m.
Fort White High
baseball vs. Shorecrest
Prep, 4 p.m.
Columbia High boys
tennis at Eastside High,
4 p.m.
Columbia High softball
at Leesburg High, 6 p.m.
Columbia High JV
baseball vs. Melody
Christian Academy, 6 p.m.
Fort White High
softball vs. Newberry High,
7 p.m. (JV-5)
Friday
LCCC softball at
Manatee CC, 2 p.m.
LCCC baseball at
Seminole CC, 2:30 p.m.
Columbia High
baseball vs. Cook County
High, 6 p.m. (JV-6 at Santa


Fe High)


Tigers lifters play host


to six teams in qualifier


Fort White lifters
defeat Hamilton in
warm-up meet.
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia High weightlift-
ing is hosting a Section 2-2A
qualifier at 1 p.m. today.
Weigh-in begins at 10 a.m.
JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter The event is in the
Columbia High lifter Tiger Powell takes a turn at the clean and jerk all-purpose room at the CHS
portion of a weightlifting meet against Fort White and Hamilton auditorium. Admission is free
County High on Feb. 28 at CHS. The Tigers host a Section 2-2A and there will be concessions.
qualifier at 1 p.m. today. Columbia coach Quinton


National


Fort White wrestler
places third at
girls national meet.
By CHRIS WHITE
cwhite@lakecityreporter.com
FORT WHITE After
finding success at the local and
state level, Fort White High
wrestler Katlynn Cormier
figured out how to pin down
some national recognition.
The seventh grader, now in
her second year as an Indians
wrestler, added a third-place
finish at the USA Wrestling
Girls Folkstyle National
Championships in Oklahoma
City, Okla., last weekend
to her already impressive
wrestling resume, which
already includes a regional
berth and a fourth-place finish
at the girls state competition.
Cormier, 14, and Fort White
wrestling coach Jason Howard
flew into Wichita, Kan., and
drove the nearly three hours
to the campus of Oklahoma
City University, where the pair
watched the high school-age
wrestlers compete on the first
day.
When Cormier's num-
ber was called the next day,
her nerves were high. Her
118-pound weight class had
eight of the best female middle
school wrestler in the country,
and competitors, coaches and
fans from 29 states were there
watching.
"I was a little scared at first,"
Cormier said. "But that didn't
last long."
Once the match began,
Cormier found her rhythm.
The opponent, however,
stalled.
Tied 0-0 in the third period,'
Cormier tried to make her
move but she suffered her
only loss of the weekend, get-
ting pinned in 3 minutes and
40 seconds.
"She was getting frustrated
when it was still 0-0," Howard
said. "She tried to make
CORMIER continued on 3B


Fort White High wrestler Katlynn
Cormier, 14, defeated three of
four opponents each with
pins last weekend at the
USA Wrestling Girls Folkstyle
National Championships in
Oklahoma City, Okla. The
seventh grader will add it to her
wrestling resume, which already
includes a regional berth and
a fourth-place finish at the girls
state competition.


Callum said the competition
could start earlier. An extra
hour must be allotted if one
of the lifters does not make
weight. He would get an hour
to meet his weight class limit.
"We want to start as early
as possible," Callum said on
Wednesday.
Lifters from Buchholz,
Chiles, Eastside, Gainesville,
Leon and Lincoln high schools
will join the Tigers.
"The first four guys in the
sectional go to the second
round (March 31 at CHS),"
Callum said. "Jacksonville


schools are doing their own
thing and their top four also
will go."
Qualifiers in the first section
meet are not assured of the
ultimate goal of making the
state meet, but those who do
not place in the top four can be
eliminated.
"Hopefully we'll have a good
shot," Callum said. "This is the
first time we will see the other
teams and where we are at.
I don't know how strong the
other teams are until we find
WEIGHTS continued on 3B


'Wolves

blow big

lead at

Santa Fe
LCCC softball drops
doubleheader to
FCCJ in Jacksonville.
From staff reports
Lake City Community
College baseball blew a
10-4 lead and lost, 11-10, to
Santa Fe Community
College on Wednesday in
Gainesville.
The Timberwolves gave up
there' runs in the sixth and
seventh innings, as the Saints
tied the game and Santa Fe
scored the winner with no outs
in the ninth. In its two other
conference losses, Lake City
had the lead in the eighth
inning.
"We should be 6-0," coach
Tom Clark said.
The 'Wolves pounded out
11 hits, with two apiece by
Greg Blake (home run No. 5,
three RBIs), Jonathan Ramos
(double, two RBIs) and
Roberto Perez (RBI).
Kelvin Clark (triple), Chris
Jones (double, two RBIs),
Orlando Bacon (RBI), Billy
Moran and Zach Prentice also
had hits.
Jeff Barfield relieved in the
seventh inning and took the
loss. He pitched two innings
with five hits, four runs, one
walk and five strikeouts.
Bacon started and pitched
five innings with eight hits,
three runs, one walk and
six strikeouts. Chris Nardini
took over in the sixth inning
and pitched 1'A innings with
six hits, four runs and one
strikeout. Casey Medlen
pitched to two batters without
recording an out (one hit)..
Michael Gallo got the last two
outs in the sixth.
Lake City (19-14, 3-3) hosts
Glen Oaks College at 2:45 p.m.
today.
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LAKE CITY REPORTER SPORTS THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 2008


SCOREBOARD


TELEVISION

TV sports

Today
AUTO RACING
2 a.m.
SPEED Formula One, practice for
Malaysian Grand Prix, at Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
FIGURE SKATING
7:30 p.m.
ESPN ISU, World Championships,
pairs short, pairs free, and original dance, at
Gothenburg, Sweden (same-day tape)
GOLF
2 p.m.
TGC PGA Tour-WGC, CA
Championship, first round, at Miami
6:30 p.m.
TGC PGATour, Puerto Rico Open, first
round, at Rio Grande, Puerto Rico (same-day
tape)
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
I p.m.
ESPN Preseason, N.Y. Yankees vs.
Toronto, at Dunedin
MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Noon
CBS NCAA Division I tournament, first
round, Xavier vs. Georgia and Purdue vs. Baylor,
at Washington; Kansas vs. Portland St. and
UNLV vs. Kent St., at Omaha, Neb.; Michigan
St. vs. Temple and Pittsburgh vs. Oral Roberts,
at Denver; and Marquette vs. Kentucky and
Stanford vs. Cornell, at Anaheim, Calif.
7 p.m.
CBS NCAA Division I tournament, first
round, Duke vs. Belmont and West Virginia
vs. Arizona, at Washington; Southern Cal vs.
Kansas St. and Wisconsin vs. Fullerton St., at
Omaha, Neb.;Washington St. vs.Winthrop and
Notre Dame vs. George Mason, at Denver;
and BYU vs.Texas A&M and UCLA vs. MVSU,
at Anaheim, Calif.
12 Midnight
ESPN2 NIT, second round, teams and
site TBA
NBA BASKETBALL
8:15 p.m.
TNT Boston at Dallas
10:30 p.m.
TNT LA. Lakers at Utah
TENNIS
4 p.m.
FSN ATP Masters Series, Pacific Life
Open, women's quarterfinals, at Indian Wells,
Calif.
10 p.m.
FSN ATP Masters Series; Pacific Life
Open, men's quarterfinals, at Indian Wells,
Calif.
12 Midnight
FSN ATP Masters Series, Pacific Life
Open, women's quarterfinals, at Indian Wells,
Calif (same day tape)


BASKETBALL

NBA games

Tuesday's Games
Detroit 136, Denver 120
,Miami 112, Milwaukee 106
Chicago 112, New Jersey 96
LA. Lakers 102, Dallas 100
Boston 94, Houston 74
Sacramento 122, Golden State 105
Phoenix II I, Portland 98
Wednesday's Games
Toronto 96, Miami 54
Washington 87, Orlando 86
Indiana 102, Charlotte 95
Philadelphia I 15, Denver 113
New Jersey 125,AtIanta 117
Detroit at Cleveland (n)
Memphis at Minnesota (n)
Houston at New Orleans (n)
Phoenix at Seattle (n)
Golden State at L.A. Clippers (n)
Today's Games
San Antonio at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Boston at Dallas, 8 p.m.
LA. Lakers at Utah, 10:30 p.m.

NCAA tournament

EAST REGIONAL
First Round
Today
At The Pepsi Center
Denver
Washington State (24-8) vs. Winthrop
(22-1 1),7:20 p.m.
Notre Dame (24-7) vs. George Mason
(23-10), 30 minutes following
Friday
At The RBC Center
Raleigh, N.C.
North Carolina (32-2) vs. Mount St. Mary's,
Md. 7:10 p.m.
Indiana (25-7) vs. Arkansas (22-11), 30
minutes following
At BJCC Arena
Birmingham,Ala.
Tennessee (29-4) vs. American (21-II),
12:15 p.m.
Butler (29-3) vs. South Alabama (26-6), 30
minutes following
Oklahoma (22-11) vs. Saint Joseph's
(21-12), 7:10 p.m.
Louisville (24-8) vs. Boise State (25-8), 30
minutes following
SOUTH REGIONAL
First Round
Today
At The Pepsi Center
Denver
Michigan State (25-8) vs. Temple (21-12),
12:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh (26-9) vs. Oral Roberts (24-8),
30 minutes following
At The Honda Center
Anaheim, Calif.
Marquette (24-9) vs. Kentucky (18-12),
2:30 p.m.
Stanford (26-7) vs. Cornell (22-5)); 25
minutes following
Friday
At AIItel Arena
North Little Rock, Ark;


Miami (22-10) vs. Saint Mary's, Calif. (25-6),
12:30 p.m.
Texas (28-6) vs. Austin Peay (24-10), 30
minutes following
Mississippi State (22-10) vs. Oregon
(18-13), 7:25 p.m.
Memphis (33-1) vs. Texas-Arlington
(21- I), 30 minutes following
MIDWEST REGIONAL
First Round
Today
At Qwest Center Omaha
Omaha, Neb.
Kansas (31-3) vs. Portland State (23-9),
12:25 p.m.
UNLV (26-7) vs. Kent State (28-6), 30
minutes following


Southern Cal (21-11) vs. Kansas State
(20-1 ), 7:10 p.m.
Wisconsin (29-4) vs. Cal State Fullerton
(24-8). 30 minutes following
Friday
AtThe RBC Center
Raleigh, N.C.
Gonzaga (25-7) vs. Davidson (26-6),
12:25 p.m.
Georgetown (27-5) vs. Maryland-Baltimore
County (24-8), 30 minutes following
AtThe St. Pete Times Forum
Tampa
Vanderbilt (26-7.) vs. Siena (22-10),
7:20 p.m.
Clemson (24-9) vs. Villanova (20-12), 30
minutes following
WEST REGIONAL
First Round
Today
At TheVerizon Center
Washington
Xavier (27-6) vs. Georgia (17-16),
12:20 p.m.
.Purdue (24-8) vs. Baylor (21-10), 30
minutes following
Duke (27-5) vs. Belmont (25-8), 7:10 p.m.
West Virginia (24-10) vs. Arizona (19-14),
30 minutes following
At The Honda Center
Anaheim, Calif.
BYU (27-7) vs. Texas A&M (24-10),
7:25 p.m.
UCLA (31-3) vs. Mississippi Valley State
(17-15), 25 minutes following
Friday
At The St. Pete Times Forum
Tampa
Drake (28-4) vs.Western Kentucky (27-6),
12:30 p.m.
Connecticut (24-8) vs. San Diego (21-13),
30 minutes following

NIT

First Round
Tuesday
Massachusetts 80, Stephen F.Austin 60
Ohio State 84, UNC Asheville 66
Syracuse 87, Robert Morris 81
Southern Illinois 69, Oklahoma State 53
Akron 65, Florida St. 60, OT
Maryland 68, Minnesota 58
Creighton 74, Rhode Island 73
Arizona State 64,Alabama State 53
Wednesday
Dayton 66, Cleveland State 57
Virginia Tech 94, Morgan State 62
UAB 80,Virginia Commonwealth 77
Mississippi 83, UC Santa Barbara 68
Charlotte at Nebraska (n)
San Diego State at Florida (n)
Utah State at Illinois State (n)
New Mexico at California (n)

Akron 65
Florida St. 60

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Linhart 4-9 2-5 12, Middleton 2-5 0-0 5, Dials
5-13 6-8 21, Milum 0-1 0-0 0, McNees 0-3
0-0 0, Roberts 3-5 0-0 8, B.McKnight 0-3 0-0 0,
Bardo 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 22-58 10-19 65.
FLORIDA ST. (19-15)
Echefu 7-14 3-3 20, Reid 6-8 2-2 14, Mims
2-7 4-4 8, Douglas 4-12 0-0 8, Rich 3-11 I-I
7, Demercy 1-2 0-0 3, Vaughn 0- I 0-0 0, Zitani
0-0 0-0 0.Totals 23-55 10-10 60.


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Halftime-Akron 27-26. End Of
Regulation-Tied 51. 3-Point Goals-Akron
11-28 (Dials 5-10, Roberts 2-3, Linhart 2-5,
Wood I-I, Middleton 1-3, B.McKnight 0-1,
C.McKnight 0-2, McNees 6-3), Florida St.
4-15 (Echefu 3-4, Demercy 1-2, Rich 0-2,
Douglas 0-3, Mims 0-4). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-Akron 29 (Linhart 8), Florida St.
43 (Echefu, Rich 10). Assists-Akron 12
(Dials, Wood 4), Florida St. 9 (Mims 4). Total
Fouls-Akron 15, Florida St. 18.A-2,830.


BASEBALL

Spring Training

Wednesday's Games
Toronto 4, Boston 3
St. Louis 12, Baltimore 3
Tampa Bay 3, Philadelphia I
Oakland (ss) 5, Chicago Cubs (ss) 2
L.A.Angels 6, Oakland (ss) I
Colorado 10, Chicago White Sox 10, tie
N.Y.Yankees vs. Pittsburgh (n)
Atlanta vs. Houston (n)
Cleveland vs. N.Y. Mets (n)
Chicago Cubs (ss) vs. San Francisco (n)
Arizona vs. Seattle (n)
Today's Games
Florida vs. St. Louis at Jupiter, 1:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay vs. Cleveland at Winter Haven,
1:05 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees vs. Toronto at Dunedin,
1:05 p.m.
Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater,
1:05 p.m.
Texas vs. Arizona at Tucson, Ariz.,
4:05 p.m.
San Francisco vs. L.A. Angels at Tempe,
Ariz., 4:05 p.m.
Colorado vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz.,
4:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox vs. L.A. Dodgers at
Phoenix, 6:05 p.m.
Milwaukee vs. Kansas City at Surprise,
Ariz., 9:05 p.m.
Houston vs. Washington at Viera,
7:05 p.m.
Detroit vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee,
7:05 p.m.
Cincinnati vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers,
7:05 p.m.
Baltimore vs. N.Y. Mets at Port St. Lucie,
7:10 p.m.
Seattle vs. San Diego at Peoria, Ariz.,
10:05 p.m.
Friday's Games
Baltimore vs. St. Louis at Jupiter, 1:05 p.m.
Florida vs. Houston at Kissimmee,
1:05 p.m.
Cleveland vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee,
1:05 p.m.
Toronto vs. Detroit at Lakeland, 1:05 p.m.
Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton,
1:05 p.m.
Philadelphia vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers,
1:05 p.m.
Washington vs. N.Y. Mets at Port St. Lucie,
1:10 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers vs. Arizona at Tucson, Ariz.,
4:05 p.m.
Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado atTucson,Ariz.,
4:05 p.m.
San Diego vs. Milwaukee at Phoenix,
4:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox vs. San Francisco at
Scottsdale,Ariz., 4:05 p.m.
Kansas City vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz.,
4:05 p.m.
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Race week

NASCAR NATIONWIDE
Pepsi 300
Site: Lebanon,Tenn.
Schedule: Saturday, qualifying, 10:05 a.m.
(ESPN, I p.m., tape), race (ESPN, 2 p.m.).
Track: Nashville Superspeedway (tri-oval,
1.33 miles, 14 degrees banking in turns)
Race distance: 300 miles, 225 laps.
Last race: Clint Bowyer outraced Kasey
Kahne and the rain to win at Bristol Motor
Speedway when the race was stopped just
past halfway. Rain delayed the start of the race
by two ours. With dark clouds rolling in, the
goal was simply to make it to the halfway point
- when NASCAR considers a race official -
and be out front whenever the rain resumed.
Bowyer was one of a handful of cars not to pit
when Mike Bliss spun to bring out the sixth
caution 100 laps into the event- Knowing the
race only needed to go another 51 laps to be
considered official, Bowyer gambled that the
cars who did pit wouldn't be able to catch him
before the rain came.
Last year: Carl Edwards raced to his
second consecutive Nationwide victory,
easily winning the Pepsi 300 in chilly
conditions to extend his lead in the season
standings. Edwards led the final 25 laps and
crossed the finish line 4.7 seconds ahead of
David Reutimann.
Fast facts: Edwards also won the Federated
Auto Parts 300 at Nashville on June 9 and
will be trying to become the fourth driver in
series history to record four straight wins at
one track. Kevin Harvick and Bowyer, 1-2 in
the standings, won the previous two Nashville
events before Edwards' run. ... Kyle Busch
has failed to finish any of the last three races
after being involved in an accident just "14 laps
into last week's event. He seemed headed to
victories in Las Vegas and Atlanta the previous
two races, but a blown tire and a broken shock
caused him to crash out of both....The winner
receives a Gibson guitar custom-designed by
Sam Bass.... Nashville Superspeedway, built in
2000, is one of three concrete tracks on the
NASCAR circuit.
Next event: O'Reilly 300, April 5, Fort
Worth,Texas
On the Net: http://www.nascar.com
FORMULA ONE
Malaysian Grand Prix
Site: Kuala Lumpur
Schedule: Saturday, qualifying (Speed
Channel, 2 a.m.); Sunday, race (Speed Channel,
2:30 a.m.).
Track: Sepang International Circuit (perma-
nent road course, 3.443 miles, 15 turns).
Race distance: 192.808 miles, 56 laps.
Last race: Lewis Hamilton, last year's over-
all runner-up, was never seriously threatened
in winning an accident-filled Australian Grand
Prix to open the season. Hamilton started
from the pole and avoided the mayhem behind
him for his fifth victory in 18 GP starts. Only
seven of the 22 cars on the grid finished the
58-lap race.
Last year: Fernando Alonso won the
Malaysian Grand Prix to hand new team
McLaren-Mercedes its first F I win since 2005.


Hamilton added to McLaren's resurgence
by finishing second ahead of Ferrari's Kimi
Raikkonen.
Fast facts: Defending champion Raikkonen
left Australia with one championship point
when stewards voided Rubens Barrichello's
sixth-place finish because the Honda driver
left the pits while the exit lights were red.
It was Ferrari's only point, representing the
Italian team's worst season-opening race since
1992. ... Four-time Champ Car series winner
Sebastien Bourdais was impressive in his FI
debut before the engine in his Toro Rosso
failed with two laps to go. He was awarded a
seventh-place 'finish, good for two champion-
ship points. ... Williams' Nico Rosberg was
third at Australia for his first career podium
finish.... Jean Todt resigned as CEO of Ferrari
on Tuesday and will be replaced by Amedeo
Felisa, the former general manager. Since Todt
arrived in 1993, Ferrari won six drivers titles,
seven constructors championships and 98
Formula One races.
Next event: Bahrain Grand Prix, April 6,
Sakhir
On the Net http://www.formulo al.com
NASCAR SPRINT CUP
Last race: Jeff Burton raced past Denny
Hamlin on a two-lap sprint to the finish to
give Richard Childress Racing a 1-2-3 sweep
at Bristol Motor Speedway and deny Joe
Gibbs Racing a victory after its three drivers
dominated the race. Burton scored his first
win at Bristol, the first win of the season for
Chevrolet, and led teammates Kevin Harvick
and Clint Bowyer across the finish line in the
first podium sweep in RCR history.
Next race: Goody's Cool Orange 500,
March 30, Martinsville,Va.
NHRA
Last event: Defending Funny Car champion
Tony Pedregon raced to his first victory of the
season and 37th of his career, beating Gary
Densham in the ACDelco Gatornationals.
Tony Schumacher (Top Fuel), Jeg Coughlin
(Pro Stock) and Matt Guidera (Pro Stock
Motorcycle) won their divisions.
Next event: O'Reilly Spring Nationals,
March 30, Baytown,Texas
On the Net: http//www.nhmro.com


GOLF

Golf week

WORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS
CA Championship
Site: Doral
Schedule:Today-Sunday.
Course: Doral Golf Resort & Spa, Blue
Course (7,266 yards, par 72).
Purse: $8 million. Winner's share: $1.44
million.
FedEx Cup points: 26,500. Winner's share:
4,725.
Television: Golf Channel (Today-Friday,
2-6 p.m., 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.) and NBC
(Saturday, 2-6 p.m.; Sunday, 3-7 p.m.).
PGATOUR
Puerto Rico Open
Site: Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
Schedule:Today-Sunday.
Course: Trump International Golf Club-
Puerto Rico (7,569 yards, par 72).
Purse: $3.5 million. Winner's share:
$630,000.
FedEx Cup points: 12,500. Winner's share:
2,250.
Television: Golf Channel (Today, 6:30-
8:30 p.m.; Friday, 1:30-3:30 a.m., 6:30-8:30


p.m.; Saturday, 1:30-3:30 a.m.; 6:30-9:30 p.m.;
Sunday, 1:30-4:30 a.m, 7:30-10:30 p.m.; Monday,
1:30-4:30 a.m.).
PGA EUROPEAN TOUR
Madeira Islands Open
Site: Santo da Serra, Madeira Islands.
Schedule:Today-Sunday.
Course: Santo da Serra Golf Club (6,826
yards, par 72).
Purse: $1.1 million. Winner's share:
$184,135.
Television: None.
LPGATOUR
Next event Safeway International, March
27-30, Superstition Mountain Golf and
Country Club,Prospector Course,Superstition
Mountain,Ariz.
Last week: Sweden's Louise Friberg won
her first LPGA Tour title, closing with a
7-under 65 for a one-stroke victory over
Taiwan's Yani Tseng in the MasterCard Classic
in Mexico. Friberg was making her third start
as a tour member and fourth overall.
CHAMPIONS TOUR
Next event: Ginn Championship, March 28-
30, Hammock Beach Resort, Ocean Course,
Palm Coast
Last week: Zimbabwe's Denis Watson won
the AT&T Champions Classic at Valencia for
his third Champions Tour title in two seasons,
beating Loren Roberts with*a birdie on the
third hole of a playoff. Brad Bryant was elimi-
nated on the second extra hole.


HOCKEY

NHL games

Tuesday's Games
Columbus 3, Calgary 0
Philadelphia 3,Atlanta 2
Toronto 3, N.Y. Islanders I
N.Y. Rangers 5, Pittsburgh 2
St. Louis 4, Montreal 3, SO
Washington 4, Nashville 2
Edmonton 8, Phoenix 4
San Jose 2, Los Angeles I
Wednesday's Games
Buffalo 7,Tampa Bay 4
Carolina 5,Atlanta 3
N.Y. Rangers 2, New Jersey I, SO
Detroit 3, Columbus I
Anaheim at Dallas (n)
Washington at Chicago (n)
Minnesota at San Jose (n)
Today's Games
Montreal at Boston, 7 p.m.
St. Louis at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.
Carolina at Florida, 7:30 p.m.
Detroit at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Vancouver at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Colorado at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Los Angeles at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Thursday's Games
Montreal at Boston, 7 p.m.
St. Louis at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.
Carolina at Florida, 7:30 p.m.
Detroit at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Vancouver at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Colorado at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Los Angeles at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Friday's Games
N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Toronto at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Anaheim at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.


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Continued From Page 1B
Lady 'Wolves softball

Lake City's softball team
dropped a 9-1, 6-4 double-
header to FCCJ (20-9, 4-4) in
Jacksonville on Tuesday.-
The Lady Timberwolves
managed four hits in game one
- an RBI-double by Samantha
Wallis and singles by Richelle
McGarva, Kayla Hamalainen
and Lauren Robinson.
The Stars jumped on starter
Kristy Witten for eight runs
(six earned) on nine hits and
two walks in three, innings.
Katie Mueller pitched one
inning with two hits and one
unearned run.
Christina Lewis went the
distance in game two, giving
up six runs (five earned) on
seven hits and one walk in six
innings.
Walliswas2-for-4withahome
run and double. McGarva had
a double and two RBIs. Both
Brittany Jackson (run scored)
and Michelle Smith were 1-for-
1. Hamalainen and Lewis had


hits and each scored a run.
Lake City (14-19, 2-6) hosts
St. Johns River Community
College at 2:30 p.m. today.

Fort White softball
The Fort White High
softball team bounced back
after a pair of losses to
PK. Yonge 'School with a
6-4 victory over visiting Dixie
County High on Wednesday.
Fort White tied the game
3-3 in the bottom of the third
with three runs on RBIs from
Jessica Robison and Kirsten
Bass and an error. Fort White
took the lead in the bottom of
the next inning with a pair of
runs on RBIs from Robison
and Lauren Howard.
Alison Wrench scored Fort
White's final run on a sacrifice
RBI from Jordan Spires.
Taylor Douglass pitched
seven innings with 13 strike-
outs, a walk and eight hits.
Fort White fell 3-1 and
9-3 at PK. Yonge School in


Gainesville in a doubleheader
on Friday. The Indians (7-6,
3-3) next host Suwannee High
on Monday at 7 p.m.

Columbia softball
Columbia High's softball
team won its seventh straight
game, an 8-1 decision at
Keystone Heights High on
Wednesday.
Lynzee Little ripped a two-
run home run in the third
inning and Amanda Roach had
a solo shot to give Columbia
a 3-0 lead. Little also had a
double.
Kaylyn Varnum had three
hits for the Lady Tigers and
scored a run. Amanda James
(two runs scored), Mary Beth
Millikin (run scored), Jordan
Williams and Lauren Nelson
had two hits apiece.
Williams pitched a complete
game and struck out four.
Columbia (10-4, 7-3) plays
at -Leesburg High at 6 p.m.
today.


WEIGHTS: Indians lift again on Friday


Continued From Page 1B
out tomorrow."
Eleven Tigers are lifting
today Ashley Crumitie
(119-pound weight class),
Demetris Paige (154), Taiwan
Broom (169), Leorick Bell
(169), Charnavis Queen (183),
Robert Herring (183), Tiger
Powell (199), Todd Steward
(219), Brach Bessant (238),
Marquis Davis (238) and Ryan
Jenkins (heavyweight).

Fort White weightlifting
The Fort White High
weightlifting team won seven
weight classes on Wednesday
in a tune-up meet against
Hamilton County, just two
days before the Indians
travel to Hawthorne High for
a sub-sectional meet.
Austin Lanton won the


119-pound weight class
with a bench press of
195 pounds and a clean
and jerk of 125 pounds'
(320 -total). Lance Griffith
won the 129 class (205-155-
460); Chris Griffith won
the 139 class (245-185-430);
Tyler Howard won first in
the 154 class (240-205-445);
Brad Evans took first in the
183 class (200-170-370);
Marcus Spencer won the
199 class (230-205-435);
and Robert Hartley won
the heavyweight class
(275-245-520).
A.J. Legree took second in
the 129 class (205-155-360);
Montre Cray took second in
the 139 class (230-190-420);
Desha Cray took second in
the 169 class (255-185-440);
Roy Blake took second in


the 183 class (175-185-360);
D.J. Freeman took second in
the 199 class (205-160-365);
Adonis Simmons took sec-
ond in the 219 class (255-175-
430)' and Logan Humphries
took second in the 238 class
(245-200-445).
Santeis Harris took third
in the 169 class (190-160-350)
and Dylan Mudd took third in
the 238 class (245-200-445).
"I think we should lift well
at the sub-sectional meet on
Friday," Fort White coach
Kenny Burt said. "Some guys
should be able to lift 40 to 50
pounds more than they did
against Hamilton."
The Indians will face lifters
from Suwannee, Hawthorne,
Interlachen, Oak Hall, Loften,
Santa Fe and Hamilton County
highs.


CORMIER: More meets in near future
Continued From Page 1B


something happen and she got
caught."
Cormier turned the loss
into motivation, and handled
her next three opponents -
including the same girl she
lost to in the first round in
less than three minutes each.
The next opponent,
an intimidating Oklahoma
native, was defeating Cormier
before the Fort White
wrestler turned things
around.
"That second match, the girl
Katlynn wrestled was really
strong, and we had watched
her dominate some other
wrestlers before that," Howard
said. "Then Katlynn got down
12-0, and we got kind of
discouraged before she
started working her legs and
got out of it."
Cormier used a move
called the crab ride, where a
wrestler uses her legs to turn
an opponent, and managed to


earn a pinfall win in 2:45.
"She was pretty intimidat-
ing," Cormier said. "I was
smaller, but I pinned her."
The next wrestler last-
ed only 29 seconds before
Cormier pinned her, and the
final match of the weekend,
for third place, lasted only
41 seconds before Cormier
won with another pin.
The meet marked the
first time Cormier had to
compete against a group of
other middle school girls.
During the high school
season, she mainly
competes against boys. Even
during her trip to the girls state
championships in January,
she faced high school-age
athletes.
"It was really the first time
she's wrestled girls her own
age," Howard said. "She
usually wrestles boys, and
people who are older. She's
just more aggressive than


most people, so she does well
against them."
Cormier's regular .season
ended with a second-round
loss at the Region 1-1A meet
in early February, but she
continued training with
Howard twice a week in
preparation for the trip to
Oklahoma. There are still no
signs of slowing down.
Cormier is scheduled
to compete at the Body
Bar, a national women's
competition, in May in
Colorado, and several other
meets are on the horizon,
including a national qualifier
that same month and another
meet in Michigan.
"She's come a long way
since she started (two years
ago)," Howard said of Cormier.
"A lot of people just see a
cute little girl and think she
can't wrestle, but she can
do anything out there. She
surprises them."


MIDDLE SCHOOL ROUNDUP


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter

Lady Falcons softball
Members of the 2008 Lake City Middle School softball team are (front row, from left) Cecile Gomez,
Stephanie Bicknell, Jessica Keene, Stephanie Pilkington, Payton Sund and Michaela Burton. Back
row (from left) are head coach Rick Bicknell, Brandy Morgan, Abby Williams, Megan Park, Kelbie
Ronsonet, Kayli Kvistad, Stephanie Pillars, Brittney Morgan, Keeley Murray and coach Greg Sund.
Caleigh McCauley and coach David Gomez also are on the team.


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter

Lady Wolves softball
Members of the 2008 Richardson Middle School softball team are (front row, from left) Aleena
Fields, Jessica Ogburn, Amanda Faulkner, Holly Saitta, Samantha Faulkner, Jessie Thomas and
Kaitlin Fowler. Back row (from left) are coach Yvette Stephenson, coach Tim White, Hayden Stancil,
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Legal


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Blvd., Mt. Olive, NC 28365
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORI- ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
DA TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
CIVIL ACTION UNDER, AND AGAINST THE HERE-
CASE NO.: 2007-194-CA IN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
DIVISION: 0 ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
ABN.-AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
[NC, SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
Plaintiff, CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
vs. HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, OTHER CLAIMANTS.
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER KNOWN
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
ELMER L. BLEVINS, A/K/A ELMER foreclose a mortgage on the following
LEE BLEVINS, DECEASED, et al, property in COLUMBIA County, Flori-
Defendant(s) da:
NOTICE OF ACTION LOT 17, WOODGATE VILLAGE,
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI- 'UNIT m, A SUBDIVISION ACCORD-
SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIE- ING TO PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
NORS, CREDITORS TRUSTEES, OR IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 83, PUBLIC
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING RECORDS OF COLUMBIA COUNTY,
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR FLORIDA.
AGAINST ELMER L. BLEVINS, TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
A/K/A ELMER LEE BLEVINS, DE- MOBILE HOME LOCATED THERE-
CEASED ON, SERIAL NUMBERS 4V620801FA
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- & 4V620801FB
KNOWN has been filed against you and you are
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN required to serve a copy of your written
THE UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS OF defenses within 30 days after the first
THE ESTATE OF ELMER L. BLE- publication, if any, on Florida Default
VINS, A/K/A ELMER LEE BLEVINS, Law Group, P.L., Plaintiff's attorney,
DECEASED whose address is 9119 Corporate Lake
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- Drive, Suite 300, Tampa, Florida 33634,
KNOWN and file the original with this Court ei-
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN their before service on Plaintiff's attorney
DANA MICHELE SMITH, AS AN or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF ELMER L. default will. be entered against you for
BLEVINS, A/K/A ELMER LEE BLE- the relief demanded in the Complaint or
VINS, DECEASED petition..
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 227 Daly


Legal

This shall be published once a Week for
two consecutive weeks in the Lake City
Reporter.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this 6th day of March, 2008.
P. DeWitt Cason
Clerk of the Court
by:/s/B. SCIPPIO
As Deputy Clerk
04522911
March 20 &27,2008
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDI-
NANCE
BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF LAKE CITY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ordi-
nance, which title hereinafter appears,
will be considered for enactment on sec-
ond reading by the City Council of the
City of Lake City, Florida, at public
hearing on April 7, 2008, at 7:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matters can be
heard in the City Council Meeting
Room, City Hall located at 205 North
Marion Avenue, Lake City, Florida
32055. Copy of said ordinance may be
inspected by any member of the public
at the Office of the.City Clerk, City Hall,
located at 205 North Marion Avenue,
Lake City, Florida 32055, during regular
business hours. On the date, time and
place first above mentioned, all interest-
ed persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2007-1133
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA AMENDING
AND RESTATING SECTIONS 2-48
AND 2-49, ARTICLE TWO, CHAP-
TER II, OF THE CITY CODE RELAT-
ING TO SPECIAL STANDING ADVI-
SORY COMMITTEES AND A UTILI-


Home Improvements Services Services


04521852
Pool Solutions &
Kelley's Pool Plastering.
New Pool Construction
&
lienovations
Call TODAY!!! 386-754-2357

General Repairs/Maint. Mobile &
Structural Homes. Personal Quality
Svc. From decks to complete rooms.
30 yrs exp.Richard 386-961-9030.

Handyman Services.
Miscellaneous repairs; by
the hour or by the job.
(386) 867-1307

Home Repairs from the roof to the
foundation. Local references,
FREE est. Offering vinyl fence
installation, 386-266-0176, for appt.


Lawn & Landscape Service

Brock's Lawn Service,
cleanup and reg maintenance,
Comm'l & Resd,Lic & Ins. call
386-590-0849 or 386-303-1768

TIMETj M ULCBI.H^^
CTI SS IIL[cli yii-d iiiiiii 1
DA^ el-M(I -' SJ)V(1 01-JUS
^*fclivei-d. 36-93-659


AD NOTARY PUBIC O&
In the comfort of your home at your
convenience. General Notary, VIN
Verification, Home loan documents,
& Mortgage Modifications.
Call Linda at 386-754-6645
(DISCL. I am not an attorney.)

05518363
THE HOUSE DOCTORS
Painting, plumbing, decks, tile,
drywall repairs. ALL phases of
Home repair & improvements.
Local references available.
Call for FREE estimate.
(386) 754-1834

CLOCK REPAIR & SALES
Stock Clearance. Any reasonable
offer will be accepted. This offer
will remain till 03/15 386-752-9064

Country Boys
Construction & Services
Home Repairs Painting Drywall
Decks 9 Electrical e Fencing
Home Cleaning e Pressure Washing
Lawn Care Tree Trimming
John Prouty: (386)365-2902
Divorce, Deeds, Resumes,
Bankruptcies, RE Closings,
Assist w/Court Forms.
Call Patricia 386-961-5896
HOUSE PAINTING
Interior/Exterior Brush & Roll Old
School Quality Work. Free Esti-
mates Licensed. Call 386-288-4464


In-Home Care Daily/weekly, light
housekeeping, & Errands. Honest,
Dependable, Ref. Avail. Please
Leave Msg Debbie: 386-867-4611
4 Need electrical work done?
Get it done right.
Immediate response. Free estimates.
Call Russ 386-288-4313
PIANO LESSONS
Highly accomplished concert pianist
offering lessons. Alfllevels. All
ages. 386-438-7695 or 754-4048
Weddle Construction Building
One Home at a time. Also Remod-
eling. Ref. Lis. & Insured. Free
Estimates. (386) 497-3016
We're Still Open!!!
Pecan House in Ellisville still
Buying, Cracking & Selling Pecans!
(386)752-1258 or 697-6420.

Land Services

Back Hoe Loader, Bulldozer,
Chopping, root raking, bush
hogging, seeding, sodding,
disking, site prep, ponds dug &
irrigation. Free Estimates!
Call (386) 623-3200 or 755-3890

Tree Service

Hazardous Tree Trimming, LLC
removal & stump grinding. Senior
discount. 24 hr emergency service
386-590-7798


Legal

TY ADVISORY BOARD OF THE
CITY COUNCIL; MAKING FIND-
INGS; CREATING AND ESTABLISH-
ING AN ADVISORY AIRPORT COM-
MITTEE; CREATING AND ESTAB-
LISHING AN ADVISORY BEAUTIFI-
CATION COMMITTEE; CREATING
AND ESTAIBUSHING AN ADVISO-
RY DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT
COMMITTEE; CREATING AND ES-
TABLISHING AN ADVISORY HOUS-
ING COMMITTEE; CREATING AND
ESTABLISHING AN ADVISORY
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE;
CREATING AND ESTABLISHING
AN ADVISORY RECREATION COM-
MITTEE; CREATING AND ESTAB-
LISHING AN ADVISORY UTILITY
BOARD; CREATING AND ESTAB-
LISHING AN ADVISORY COMMIT-
TEE OF THE WHOLE COUNCIL;
PROVIDING THAT CITY COUNCIL
MEMBERS ON EACH ADVISORY
COMMITTEE OR ADVISORY
BOARD, TOGETHER WITH NON-
COUNCIL MEMBERS, BE APPOINT-
ED BY THE MAYOR SUBJECT TO
THE CONSENT AND APPROVAL OF
THE CITY COUNCIL; PROVIDING
THAT COUNCIL MEMBERS SHALL
SERVE ON ADVISORY COMMIT-
TEES AND ADVISORY BOARD FOR
A TWO-YEAR TERM; PROVIDING
THAT COUNCIL MEMBERS MAY
BE RE-APPOINTED TO ADVISORY
COMMITTEES AND ADVISORY
BOARD FOR ONE OR MORE CON-
SECUTIVE TERMS SUBJECT TO
THE CONSENT AND APPROVAL OF
THE CITY COUNCIL; PROVIDING
FOR THE RESPONSIBILITIES, DU-
TIES AND FUNCTIONS OF ADVISO-
RY COMMITTEES AND ADVISORY
BOARD; PROVIDING FOR THE CRE-
ATION OF ADDITIONAL ADVISO-
RY COMMITTEES; PROVIDING FOR
ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND AD-
VISORY BOARD RULES; PROVID-
ING FOR CITY ATTORNEY TO REN-
DER LEGAL ADVICE TO ADVISO-
RY COMMITTEES AND ADVISORY
BOARD; PROVIDING FOR CITY
CLERK TO SERVE AS SECRETARY
TO ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND
ADVISORY BOARD; PROVIDING
THAT ALL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
AND BOARD MEETINGS SHALL BE
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND SHALL
COMPLY WITH THE REQUIRE-
MENTS OF CHAPTERS 112, 119 AND
226, FLORIDA STATUTES; PROVID-
ING THAT ALL ADVISORY COM-
MITTEES AND ADVISORY BOARD
SHALL ACT ONLY IN AN ADVISO-
RY CAPACITY TO THE CITY COUN-
CIL; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL
OF ORDINANCE NO. 2006-1065 AS
AMENDED BY ORDINANCE 2006-
1076; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL
OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
WITH ANY OF THE PROVISIONS OF
THIS ORDINANCE; PROVIDING
FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE;
PROVIDING FOR THE INCLUSION
OF THIS ORDINANCE IN THE CITY
CODE; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be published.
All persons are advised that, if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
public hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding is made, which
record includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be
based. In accordance with the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act, if any ac-
commodations are needed for persons
with disabilities, please contact Joyce
Bruner, Office of City Manager, 1-386-
719-5768.
AUDREY E. SIKES
City Clerk
Notice Published On March 20, 2008
04523065


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March 20, 2008
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020 Lost & Found

REWARD! Lost miniature
Dachshund, Red male w/striped
collar. Lost near Paxton or
Church St.02/23/08 386-590-0720

REWARD! Lost small black male,
no tail. Comer of Sheppard Way &
Nautilus. He needs his Heart Meds
ASAP. Please call anytime!
386-758-5868 or 386-344-5552

100 Job
SOpportunities

04522666
Telemarketing Sales/
Customer Service:
Ideal candidates will have
previous experience with
outbound B2B sales. Must have
excellent telephone sales and
communication skills. Individual
must be enthusiastic, out going,
competitive, have excellent
computer skills and be able to
perform in a fast paced
environment. Medical, Dental,
401K & Vacation time available.
Closed all major holidays.
Competitive salary. DFW
Fax resume to 386-758-4523

04522792


Managers/Assistant Managers
Convenience Store is seeking
highly motivated, energetic
employees w/ initiative to excel
for Lake City area. Retail Sales
exp a PLUS. Offering competitive
salary, Bonus, weekly pay,
Holidays, paid Vac. & 401K plan.
e-mail resume to District
Supervisor, Tammy at
tsimmons@fasttrackstores.com
or call her at 866-539-7685 ext 43


100 Jb0
100 Opportunities

04522876




GRAPHC ARTIST/
AD DESIGNER
The Lake City Reporter has an
immediate full-time opening or a
Graphic Artist/Ad Designer.
Qualified candidates will have
Mac format graphic design
experience. Knowledge of
Photoshop, Quark Express, In
Design, Illustrator and Acrobat
are also required. Successful
candidates must also have the
ability to work in a fast paced,
deadline driven environment.
Newspaper production experience
is helpful, but we will train
the right person.
The Lake City Reporter offers a
full benefits package including
medical and.company match
retirement, paid holidays
and vacation.
Qualified candidates should send
resume, design samples and
references to: Lynda Strickland,
Marketing Director, Lake City
Reporter, 180 East Duval Street,
Lake City, FL 32055 or email to:
Istrickland(@lakecityreporter.com.
No phone calls please. EOE

04522934
SECRET SHOPPERS
Needed to Evaluate
Local Businesses & Restaurants
Flex Hours, Training Provided
1-800-585-9024 ext 6864

04523044
Atlantic Coast Bank is currently
seeking:
TELLER
'the ideal candidate will be
responsible for suggestive selling,
cash handling, & customer
service. High school diploma or
equivalent required.
Atlantic Coast Bank offers
excellent salary, ESOP, 401k,
Insurance, Paid Leave and more.
Apply online today. Visit
www.atlanticcoastbank.iobs.
EOE
Atlantic
Coastlfll
Bank

Administrative Assistant:
Highly Motivated-Excellent
Communication Skills A Must
Ideal candidate has a professional
appearance, the ability to multi-task
w/a friendly personality & a take
charge attitude. Contributing in:
Answering phones, answering
questions about our product & serv-
ices, working w/microsoft outlook
& goldmind CRM, follow-up phone
calls, & administrative assistance.
Email your resume to
support(i)everlastepoxv.com
(Please no calls or walk-ins)

Hair Stylist: Creative Images
has immediate openings! Located
in Lake City Mall, High walk in
traffic, Comm. Base Pay, Flexible
Days/Hours. Marina 386-365-1139


Material Handler
Savage Services is seeking a
Full-Time/Night Shift Trans
Loader for the Lake City Facility.
Competitive Pay
Complete Benefit
Package, Including
401K
Quarterly Incentive
Bonus
Only serious applicants
need to apply at:
Florida Crown Career Center
1389 US Hwy 90 W. Suite 170
Lake City, Florida 32055


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100 'OOpportunities

05518669
SAFETY COORDINATOR
Suwannee American Cement, A
world class cement manufacturer
located in Branford Florida is
seeking an experienced Safety
Coordinator to provide Internal
Health, Safety & Environmental
program Management and ensure
safe, healthy, secure and accident-
free work environment compliant
with government regulations.
Duties include, but are not limited
to: Assist in developing action
plans, implement and evaluate
safety policies and procedures for
cost effective compliance with
MSHA, OHSAS 18001, EPA
/DEP/IFC and other industry-
related regulations. Maintain
HIRA/Critical task training docu-
mentation. Design, develop, coor-
dinate, implement and monitor
safety training, testing (noise, air
sampling, etc) and emergency
drill activities, including assess-
ing/reporting out their effective-
ness. Conduct annual refresher
training. Investigate safety and se-
curity deviations, recommend cor-
rective actionss. Conduct acci-
dent investigations and complete
analysis via CAR, RCA, or Six
Sigma as required. Conduct regu-
lar inspections of plant, grounds,
fire suppression and alarm sys-
tems to detect existing or poten-
tial accidents and health hazards.
Qualified Applicants should
forward their resume to
celove( suwanneecement.com
or fax to (386) 935-5071.

05518675
WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
Now hiring for Clerical &
Industrial positions. Drug screen
& backgrounds req'd for the
Lake City Area.
Call: (386) 755-1991 for an Apt.

05518838
HELP WANTED*
General Maintenance
Technician/Mechanic
Electrical and Mechanical
Experience Required
Salary based on Experience
Send Resume to:
Maintenance Technician
P. 0. Box 1949
Lake City, FL 32056-1949

05518892
Busy law office is seeking a
hardworking dependable
Legal Secretary.
Must have computer skills, good
communication skills and
telephone experience is a must.
Previous experience
helpful but, is not required.
Please fax resume' to
386-752-1732 or mail to
PO Box 2064,
Lake City, Florida 32056

BLUE JEAN JOB $ CASH $
Seeking sharp go getters, Able to
TRAVEL USA. Demo chemical"
products. Good people skills &
enjoy working in a Rock-n-Roll
Enviro. Call Kelly 1-800-201-3293.
9am-6pm. Must start Immediately!
Case Manager is needed to work
with at Risk Youths & their fami-
lies, implementing an evidence
based model program functional
family therapy. BA req.
386-755-1172 fax: 386-755-1486
Client Representative Needed
for busy Company. You will start
out at Part-Time w/ Possible Full-
Time promotion. (386) 752-2850
Driver, Class A or B. Will train
right person for Asphalt tack truck,
Prime truck, dump Truck and loboy
Driver- Must-be reliable, hard
working. Starting $9-$10 per hour,
depending on past experience.
Excel. Co. benefits. 386-462-2047
or 352-494-3428. EOE DFWP
Front Desk Check In/Out Clerk
Needed. Temp. for 4-6 wks, 32
Hrs/Week, & then as needed. Exp.
in Medical Mgr., OB/Gyn, Appt.
scheduling, charge posting pref'd.
Fax resume to 386-755-9217.
Heavy Equip Mechanic.
Valid DL req. Apply in person
at Anderson Columbia on
Guerdon St. EOE/DFW
IRS JOBS
$18.46-$32.60/hr, Now hiring.
Paid Training is provided.
Government Job info, Call
American Assoc. of Labor
1-913-599-8244, 24hrs. emp serv.


100 Job
0 Opportunities
WANTED: CMC Recycling is
looking for a hard working person.
Hands on experience or willing to
learn the business. Computer
experience a must. Great Pay,
Medical/Dental/401K/Stock. Apply
at CMC Recycling in Lake City.
WELDER/MECHANIC
For Heavy Truck &Trailer Repair
Facility. Call Southern Truck &
Trailor 1812 NW Main Blvd.
(386)-752-9754

110 Sales
Employment
AVON Only $10 for KIT, Free gift
w/ sign up. Earn 50%!
Call B.J. @ 1-800-275-9945
pin # 4242(Ind. SalesRep)


04522781
Residential Specialist CNA
preferred, High School diploma
/equivalent and one year exp.
working in medical, nursing, child
care setting: Valid FL driver's
license w/safe record.
APPLY IN PERSON, CARC,
512 SW Sisters Welcome Road.

04522815
Baya Pointe Nursing &
Rehabilitation Center
is now hiring for
Director of Nursing:
Great opportunity for motivated
and multi-tasking RN with strong
clinical skills to take charge and
lead the nursing staff at our 90
bed skilled nursing facility.
RN's and LPN's, all shifts
CNA's 3-11 & 11-7 shifts
Excellent pay & Benefits.
Apply 587 SE Ermine Ave.,
Lake City, Fl 32025
or fax resume to 386-752-7337
EOE/DFWP

04522884
LifeSouth Blood Center
seeks enthusiastic applicants with
excellent customer service
skills for the position of:
Resource Management
Specialist: This individual will be
responsible for distributing blood
& blood products to & from
hospitals, monitoring storage of
blood products & keeping records
on incoming & outgoing
materials. Nights, weekends, &
on-call req'd. Must have valid
Florida driver's license.

Submit application to: 833 SW
SR 47, Lake City, FL 32025. NO
CALLS PLEASE EOE/DFWP

04523085

M"GENTIVA

Brigig g great-Healthcare liome.
We are rapidly, growing and look-
ing to add several key positions to
our current clinical teams.

Lake City/Live Oak Branches

$3000. SIGN ON BONUS
for F/T RN case Managers
Excellent full time benefits &
premium weekend differential
pay, Home Care experience
preferred.

Must have a minimum of 1 yr
clinical experience, home care
training provided.
Full Time PT's & PTA's, also
Per Diem opportunities
available for S.T.'s, LPN's and
HHA's

Benefits start 1st month of
employment!
Please apply online @
www.gentiva.com or for more
information call (386)758-3490

05518674
C.N.A. NEEDED
Full Time 7-3pm and 3-1lpm
Call Angela Akins
At (386) 362-7860
Or apply in Person at
Suwannee Healthcare Center
1620 East Helvenston Street
Live Oak, Florida 32064
EOE/DN/V/M/F

05518899
Medical Office Receptionist
Billing and coding experience
preferred. Some evening and
weekends required.
Send resume to
Mercy Medical Urgent Care
Fax: 386-758-9822
r - -


120 Medical
12 Employment
LPN or RN needed 3PM-11PM
Lake City Cluster
ICF for Developmentally
Disabled Persons.
673 NW Cluster Drive,
386-755-6104
EEO/M/F/D/V
Medical Billing Specialist needed
for busy Doctors office. Minimum 2
yrs exp. required. Knowledge of
Medical Manager helpful.
Fax resume: 386-758-5987
Nursing Assistant Wanted!
Busy Family Practice Office needs
motivated Nursing Assistant,
should have MA, CNA, or LPN
Cert. Prior Experience Pref.
Positive Attitude Req'd.
Mail or Fax Resume to:
PO. Box 159
Lake City, Fl 32056
386-719-9494

130 Part Time
P/T Maintance Person needed to
service machines at Wash & Go
Coin Laundry in Jasper. Call for
more info. (386) 792-9350

240 Schools &
240 Education
Want to be a CNA? Don't want to
wait? Express Training Services of
Gainesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam Prep classes.
Day/Eve classes. Class for 1 week,
certification test the next week.
Class size is limited. Next class
03/31/08. Call 386-755-4401

310 Pets & Supplies
2 FREE Black and white puppies.
to a loving home. 7 weeks old.
Call for information.
386-344-5028
Chocolate & Fawn Red Nose Pit
Bull Terrier Puppy for sale.
$200 Ready Now!.
Please call (386) 984-546
Free to Good Home.
Male Basset Hound,
2 yrs Old.
(386) 438-5442
RABBITS For Sale
White, 2 months old. $7.50 each
(Will Separate)
386-752-6735
Rare Parti Color Tiny Toy Pekinge-
ses Puppies.Female. Loving Homes
Only. CKC Reg. $650 Neg.
'(386) 963-1211
Tiny 8 Week old Registered
Male Yorkie Puppy.
$850.00
850-584-9882


2 YOUNG ANGUS HEFERS and
1 ANGUS CROSS
BULL YEARLING.
386-755-3500/365-1352

360 Feed, Seed
3 & Plants
PENSACOLA, TIFTON 9 Bahia
grass seed, good germination.
$80.00- 50 pound bag
386-755-3541

401 Antiques
ANTIQUES WANTED
Furniture, China, Silver, Glassware
Collectibles, Costume Jewelry and
Collections. 35 years experience.
Cash Paid. Call Pete. 386-963-2621
Huge Antique Sale, Up to 50% off,
1000's pcs of Furniture, Stained
Glass Windows & Home Deco.
Behind Red Lobster. 386-755-0120

402 Appliances
2 Door Refrigerator,
Very good condition.
$250.00 OBO
(386) 755-4751
UPRIGHT FREEZER:
Kenmore freezer; 15 cuft;
almond; $75.
Call 497-1029.

408 Furniture
4 BAR Stools Black padded
wood, round. Very Nice!
all for $100.00
386-758-8654


410 Lawn & Garden
Equipment


4a1 Machinery &
411 Tools


411 Machinery &
411 hTools__
DEWALT PLANER: heavy duty
12-1/2" portable planer with extra
blades; used once; $300.
Call 497-1029
SKIL PLATE
JOINER:
has extra bisquits. $75.
Call 497-1029.

420 Wanted to Buy
Dish Network Receivers Wanted!
Will pay cash.
Will Pick up.
(352) 284-8140
K&H TIMBER
Payment in advance for standing
pine timber. Large or small tracts.
Call 386-961-1961.
Wanted whole Junk Cars, Trucks,
Vans & Buses. $150 Ea.
Free Pick Up Call 386-878-9260
After 5pm 386- 752-3648

430 Garage Sales
Bring Your Yard Sale Items,
Free Set Up! Every Saturday,
Behind Red Lobster.
Call Marcus 386-755-0120
Multi-Family yard Sale Fri. &
Sat. 2 mi. S of 1-75 On Comer of
Hwy 47 & Hydraulic way,Wat-nots,
Household items, Furn. & more
Multi-Family, SAT. 3/22,7-2 p.m.,
310 S. MarionSt., baby clothes,
strollers,& furn., Nordic track, ster-
eo equip., household items, & more
Sat. (3/22/08) 7am 11am, 189 SW
Fabian Way. 247 then West on 242.
Modem Furniture, Wedgewood
Dinnerware, Plus size clothing,
Toys, All Sizes Formal Attire.

440 Miscellaneous
2 square galvanized washtubs
on 1 base. (no leaks). Great for
family get together, ice chest or
planters. $100. 386-758-8654
2000 MELLINIUM MONOPOLY
NIB COLLECTORS TIN.
$100.00
386-758-3057
BURIAL CRYPT
above ground at Forest Lawn.
Paid $2700 Sacrafice $1500.
Has moved to (352) 583-2750
FLEA MARKET Vendors.
Mixed Pallets. Gen. Mds.
Retail $350 to $400.
All for $100. 386-758-3057
Hand Made Wooden Jewelry
Display Case with
Glass Door Face.
(386) 754-2957
Inside Motor Home
& Boat storage. Exit #414 off 1-75.
$3.00 per foot.
386-365-3865

520. Boats for Sale,
1999 CAROLINA Skiff. 18'
90 H.P. Yamaha, Motor.
Fiberglass. $8,500
386-752-0043

6 Mobile Homes
60 for Rent
1BR FURNISHED
All utilities included plus satellite.
$165 week, $165 deposit.
Call 386-758-9455
2BR M/H in Excel. cond. w/ double
carport & utility shed. In quiet,
clean park w/ country setting.
$550.00/mo w/ senior discount
avail. 386-752-0981 or 755-4965
Country Living! 2br/lba MH on
acerage. $375/mo. 1st, last, & Sec.
Dep. Req'd. (386) 754-2121,
Please leave a message.
Late Model Mobile Homes Begin-
ning $450/mo, Water, sewer, garb.
incl. Beautiful Pond, w/trees. CH/A,
Cable avail. No pets. 386-961-0017
Mobile Homes for rent in
White Springs. 2 and
3 bedrooms. Contact
386-867-2337
RENT OR SALE,
Nice Doublewide off
State Road 247, $700 mo.,
Call after 5 p.m. 386-752-0017.
640 Mobile Homes
for Sale
05518578
Palm Harbor Homes
Factory Liquidation Sale!!!
Modular, Manufactured,
& Stilt Homes.
0% Down when you own
your land.
Call for FREE Color Brochures
1-800-622-2832


650 Mobile Home
650 &Land
WE DO LAND/HOME
PACKAGES
For more information
Call 386-288-4560

OWNER FINANCE
1999 Horton. 27X68. 3/2 on 1 ac.
247 S. to Troy to Ascena.
$119,500. 386-867-0048
OWNER FINANCING
2000 28x64 4br/2ba. Sisters
Welcome Rd. to Bascom Norris to
1889 Judy Glen. 386-867-0048

705 Rooms for Rent
ROOMMATE WANTED:
Furnished. Private BR/BA. You
pay NO utilities, sign NO lease.
No Pets. (386) 961-0352 Day/Nite

710 Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent
A04522746
Studio Apartments from $135.00
week Lakes Apt. @ 386-752-2741


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05518677
S A FABULOUS DEAL!
Move in March & enjoy reduced
rents, 2BR/2BA for $487,
3BR/2BA for $563. Call
Windsong at 386-758-8455 to
reserve yours today.

1/1 w/ office; New appliances, AC,
great downtown loc. $500/mo.
ref.req. 1st, last & sec.
386-362-8075 or 386-590-2133
2 Bedrooms
$650/mo. to $775/mo.
plus security. Call Michelle
386-752-9626

Quail Heights Country Club
2br/2ba w/ porch. $795. mo.
includes water. $850./sec. dep.


720 Furnished Apts.
SFor Rent
Small efficiency Apt for 1 person.
Attached to a family home.
$355./mo Utilities included.
498 NW Brady Cr. 386-397-4392

Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent
$199/MO! 4BR Hud!
5% down 20 years at 8%APR.
For listings '
800-366-9783 ext H411
04523058
$499 down. Why rent when you
can buy for the same payment?
Brand new home: $119,900.
3 br 2 ba, close to town.
Call Rob Stewart, Burbach Realty
386-759-1880.

05518856
FOR RENT
Deluxe 2BR. Townhomes w/
Garage starting at $700/mo.
A lbr Apt. Quiet St. $400/mo.
2br SWMH on Acs.$500/mo
Call For More Information:
386-961-9490 or 386-965-5560

3BR/1BA BRICK Home
on 5 acres. Suwannee Valley Rd.
$800 mo. $700 Deposit. $200 Non-
Refundable Pet Fee. 386-365-8543
3br/2ba, on 1+ ac. new roof, new
CH/A, great neighborhood.
Appli. fee & dep req'd. $900/ mo.
(704)640-2097 or (704)239-4883
Southern Oaks Country Club
lth Fairway. 3br/2ba. Closed in
porch. Eat in kitchen. 2 car gar.
$1,200/mo. 386-397-4550/752-3991
SPACIOUS, REMODELED, 2500
sq ft Brick. Country setting, close to
school, covered car port & heated
exercise pool, W/D, fridge, stove,
alarm system & cable. $1,200/mo.
1st, last, sec. dep. 386-344-0664
Triplewide, Country Living,
5br/3ba, 2300 Sqft, Custom Built,
4 Ac. Fenced. $1000/mo F/L/S
352-423-3445/352 794-3459.

7 0 Business &
S Office Rentals


790 Vacation Rentals
RV LOT in Horseshoe Beach, a
quiet corner. $295/mo
includes water, septic & electric.
S(352)498-5986/386-235-3633
Spring Special Horseshoe Beach
Gulf Front 2br home, well decorated
w/lg waterfront porch, dock, & fish
sink. Avail wkends. $345. or week
$845. (352)498-5986/386-235-3633

805 Lots for Sale
1 AC. 3 Rivers Estates. Beautifully
wooded, high & dry w/river access.
Owner Finance, No down pmt. Only
$307/mo. $29,900. (352)215-1018
*2 Lots FSBO in Trepo S/D. Side by
side. Can sell 1 or both w/well,
septic & power pole. $250/lot/mo.
Cash or Terms. 386-365-2283
FOR SALE BY OWNER:
5 acre lot with well and septic. 11
Mi. South of Lake City. $1000
down. $575/mo (386) 752-4597

810 Home for Sale

05518762
NEW HOUSES
OWNER FINANCE
3Br/2Ba on 1/2 Acre lot in S/D
West 90 area houses range from
$199,000 to $219,000. $1,000
Down, Must have good credit.
386-755-8851

S05518773
2,750 SF w/ in ground pool, wa-
terfall & hot tub. 5/4Br/3Ba, de-
luxe MBR w/ whirlpool tub, fam.
room, study/BR, Price Reduced!
$239,500 Call: 386-961-0359

1 Ac. Airpark.Lot. 100" Frontage on
Suwannee River. Private gated
Comm. $72,500 Millard Gillen at
Westfield Realty. MLS#63210
2br/lba 900 sf. home on Suwannee
River. Lg. Front Porch'. .45 Ac. lot
w/ white sandy beaches. $269,900.
Westfield Realty 386-867-0692
3/2 home to spread out in, home has
big 2 car garage & nice yard w/ oak
trees. $169,900 Charles Sparks at
Westfield Realty 386-867-1798
BANK FORECLOSURE!
4BR/2BA! Only $10,000
Must See, for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7921
Beauty & Privacy! Attractive 3/2 w/
open floor plan, luxory master bath.
$214,900 MLS#58278 Westfield
Realty 386-755-4184
Brand New Const. 3/2 w/ 1800 sf. +
2 car garage, porch, lbts of brick,
New Neighborhood. $225,000
Westfield Realty 386-487-1463








Great in town location. 3/2 2000sf,
Wonderful neighborhood, over 1/2
ac. $196,9000 Carrie Cason at
Westfield Realty 386-623-2806
I'LL BUY YOUR HOUSE
TODAY!!!! CASH!!!!!!!!!!!!
Any area Any Condition.
Call Bruce 386-965-3470
New 4br in Plantation S/D split
plan, spacious rooms, 2 dining
areas, covered porch. $294,900
Westfield Realty 386-755-0808
OWNER FINANCE
2br/lba, frame home on corner lot.
Needs TLC. 566 SE Monroe St.
386-867-0048
Owner Financing!
New Home & lot, Well & Septic.
Starting at $139,000.
Call: 386-965-4564
PRICE SLASHED
3br/2ba brick, 1500 sq ft.
New paint, AC & roof. $119,900.
Call Bruce 386-965-3470

o82 Farms &
Acreage
40 gentle rolling Acres Scattered
Trees. Price Reduced again.
Jane S. Usher Lic. Real Estate
Broker 386-755-3500
LOOKING For 3 or More Acres
with Home. Prefer the Wellborn
Area. Call Jane S. Usher Lic. Real
Estate Broker 386-755-3500


830 Commercial
830.- Property


770 Condos For Rent


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830 Commercial
Property

FOR SALE
Income Producing Property
Hwy. 47, 1.1 AC., 12,000 SqFt.
Bldgs. Triple Net Lease in place.
$595,000
Call Scott Stewart 386-867-3498
or Charlie Sparks 386-867-3497
Westfield Realty Group

WAREHOUSE for LEASE.
60x60. Plenty of parking. 3 mi. off
of 1-75. Ellisville area. $600./mo
plus security. 386-365-3865
Well est. nursery Incl. Greenhouse,
-office, 3 wells, & Equip. $1,500,000
MLS#64241 Chad Appell
Westfield Realty 386-623-4456

920 Auto Parts
- & Supplies

HIDDEN HITCH
New 10-27-05 Ford Ranger P.K.
$100.00
(386) 755-1984


940 Trucks

2000 GMC Sierra 2 Wheel Drive
Extended Cab w/Step Side. 167K
Miles. Runs great, looks good,
$7500 OBO (386) 752-8806

950 Cars for Sale

$$WANTED$$
Top $ paid Car, truck &
farm equip. Free pickup. Call Greg
(386)752-5911 or (386)466-2266

1990 Grand Marqui. Clean, runs
great. Cold AC. All Power.
$1,300.00
386-344-1247
'98 Honda Accord
$600.00! Police Impounds from
$500.00! For listings
800-366-9813 ext A760
TOP DOLLAR Paid
for Junk Cars, Trucks and
Equipment. Free Pick-Up!
Call: Lee (386) 965-9516

Recreational
951 Vehicles

2006 40ft. Franklin Park Model.
Full size appliances, CH/A, 2 slide
outs & 7.5ft ceilings. Excellent
Cond. $21,900 obo. 386-965-5171


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2006 CAT 257B
Track Skid Steer
$1'8,795
2100 Hours, one owner,
bucket included.
Call
386-752-0335.


1995 cnevy
$4,000 OBO
4.3 5 speed, AC, 7800
miles, new tires, nice truck.
Call
386-965-9516






1995 Chevrolet
Silverado
$3,659
Runs great!
Call
386-754-4164
386-867-4381


2005 Ford Mustang
Convertible
$20,000 FIRM
Grey w/black top, 32,000'
miles, V6, 5 speed, like
new, garage kept.
Call
386-365-0697


1998 Mercury
Mystique
$2,200
Run great! Many miles left.
Call
386-754-4164
386-867-4381


2003 Cadillac CTS
$14,700
Sports pkg., loaded,
burgundy/tan.
Call
386-755-7253


Easygo Golf Cart

$900 OBO

Call
386-623-3990


2006 Nissan Titan
4x4 XE
$24,900
Excellent condition.
Call
386-867-0086


1974 Nova
$4,000 or Trade
2 Door, hardtop, 14"
Railey's, 350, 30 over,
350 turbo.
Call
386-865-95166


Aurora
$3,000
All new parts, battery, start-
er, water pump, radiator,
brake control, fuel injectors.
Call
386-755-2924





1994 Chevy Blazer
$2,000 OBO
Strong motor & trans.
Drives good. Power
windows/locks.
Ice cold AC!
Call
386-752-6560


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07 Chevy Avalanche '.................... 35,188
07 Chevy Silverado ....................... 36,995
08 Mazda CX-9 ....................... 37,488
07 Chevy Silverado ...............................39,988
07 Chevy Corvette .....................................44,888
07 Chevy Corvette ... .... 61,985






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04 Dodge Stratus ....... 3,9
03 Dodge Grand Caravan '6,988
00 GM C Sierra .......................................... ,988
04 Chevy Cavalier ......................... 6,985
04 Chevy Aveo ..................................$6,995
04 Pontiac Sunfire '................................7,995
04 Chevy Cavalier ...... ............... ..............7,988
04 Chevy Malibu ............................ 9,988
04 Saturn Ion 10,988
04 Saturn Ion ........................... .................... 10,988
04 Mazda 83000 10,988
05 Chevy Malibu ... ................. $10,988
04 Pontiac Grand Prix ...... ...... $11,288
04 Chevy Suburban .........................11,488
05 Chrysler PT Cruiser ..... $12,488
05 Chrysler PT Cruiser................ $ 12,488
03 Chevy S-10 Pickup .................... 12,785
05 Chevy Malibu Maxx '12,985
05 GMC Safari 1.................. 2,988
07 Chevy HHR ...................................... $13,488
07 Ford Ranger ...................................3,488
05 Chevy Express ....................... 13,988
07 Chevy Malibu ............. ................ ... 13,988
05 Chevy M alibu ..........................................14,288
05 Chevy Trailblazer 14,588
03 Ford Expedition ........ ......... $14,888
07 Mazda 6 .. .......14,888
05 Chevy Equinox .......................... $14,888
04 Dodge Ram 1500 15,288
07 Ford Ecoline Van ........................ 15,395
06 Ford Mustang............ ............... 15,588
06 Mercury Montego .......... 5,588
07 Honda Accord: ........ ........ 16,488
08 Pontiac Grand Prix ............... 16,588
05 Chevy Silverado............................. 16,58
05 Chevy Suburban 16,888
07 Dodge Dakota ............... ............ $16,988
06 Ford Expedition ......................... $17,288
07 Mazda 6 -.. .......17,388
07 Dodge Dakota---........................... $17,488
07 Nissan Xterra '17,588
04 Chevy Silverado ......... ............. $17,988
07 Pontiac G6 ............................................... $17,988
05 Chevy Silverado ..............................18,488
08 Chevy Impala----........... ........ ............ $18,488
05 Chevy Silverado...................... $18,588
06 Ford F-150 .............................. $18,588
07 Chevy Trailblazer--- '18,895
04 Chevy Colorado------.. ....... $18,895
07 Chevy Uplander ------18,988
04 Chevy Silverado 19,288
07 Toyota Rav4 ................................ '19,795
07 Chevy Colorado ................................. 19,895
04 Chevy Suburban...... -'....................19,988
04 GM C Yukon ........................ '.............. 20,488
05 Chevy Silverado ...................... $20,588
08 Chevy Trailblazer .......... 20,588
06 Pontiac Solstice ................ 20,888
08 Chevy Uplander ....................... 20,985
05 Chevy Silverado ................. 20,988
07 Chevy Monte Carlo'... 21,288
06 Chevy Avalanche '21,288
06 Cadillac CTS ....................... '21,488
05 Ford F-150 ... '21,488
06 GMC Sierra. '22,188
07 Chevy Tahoe. '22,388
06 SAAB 9-7X 22,588
06 Chevy Silverado '23,188
08 Nissan Altima '23,285
06 GMC Yukon '23,0988
04 GMC Sierra '24,288
08 Chevy Trailblazer '25,985
07 Chevy Tahoe '28,985
06 Dodge Ram 250. '29,888
08 Chevy SIIverado '30,985
05 Hummer H2 ....... ... 34,288


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