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MICHAEL MITSEFFILake City Reporter
The Rev. Linton Cason (left)
and Otis Hendon are getting out
the vote by handing out sample
ballots with all the Democrat
choices already selected by the
Obama campaign. Hendon
said that he is working out of
the local Obama campaign
headquarters and claims that
people going in to vote can use
them as a guide.

Horne:

Election

process

going

smooth
Parties going all out
to ensure voters get
to cast their ballot.
By MICHAEL MITSEFF
mmitseff@lakecityreporter.com
Carol Hunter received three
recorded telephone calls this
week from the Barack Obama
for President campaign
reminding voters to mail or
take their absentee ballots to
the elections office.
"The recording said that if I
couldn't get my absentee ballot
to the Supervisor of Elections
office, then they would sched-
tle someone to come by my
house and pick it up and take it
for me," the Columbia County
resident said.
FAST FACT
I Hours for early voting
extended in county, 5A
Hunter said she is con-
cerned about the offer from
the Obama campaign to pick
up the absentee ballots of vot-
ers and suspects the worst
"This is my city, my county
and my nation," Hunter said,
"If there is any fraud I want it
exposed and if you can't win
an election fair and square
then you shouldn't have the
office."
The recordings included
.a toll-free number where an
appointmentt for pick up of the
VOTING continued on 5A


Brushing up on skills


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Lake City firefighters train to maneuver a ladder truck Wednesday through an obstacle course at the Southside.
Recreation Complex.

LCFD firefighters focus on driving skills


By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
Orange parking
cones dotted
the Southside
Recreation
Complex parking
lot as red, black and white
spray-painted lines marked their
strategic locations.
The cones were serving
as barriers for Lake City Fire
Department firefighters who
were being trained Wednesday
on driving the department's five
firetrucks through a wide range
of obstacles, including paral-
lel parking, driving in reverse
and a test where the cones had


to be negotiated forward and
backward through a serpentine
layout.
Lake City Fire Department
Chief Carlton Tunsil said
18 Lake City Fire Department
firefighters were taking part in
Wednesday's training and noted
the training is required every
two years.
"It's important for the men
to have this training because it
increases their knowledge of
the apparatus that they use and
how they can use it," Tunsil said.
"They learn everything about
the vehicle, how to park it and
how to handle it, so they can use
it more efficiently."
Lake City Fire Department


assistant fire chief Frank Armijo
said the training session allows
firefighters to become, more
familiar with the firetrucks.
"We're doing this training
so all firefighters and drivers
will know the capabilities of the
truck, the turning radius, the
stopping distances and the width
of the truck," he said. "Every
member in the department is
training even myself and'
Chief Tunsil."
The Lake City Fire
Department has a ladder truck,
squads/engines, and pumper/
tankers. Each one of the
department's trucks'was utilized


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School bus safety instilled in students F


National School Bus
Awareness Week was
lead-in to instruction.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter. corn
Columbia School District offi-
cials are teaching students the
importance and value of school
bus safety.


Following last week's National
School Bus Awareness Week,
school administrators are mak-
ing the rounds at district schools
to talk to students about mak-
ing safe decisions while travel-
ing on a school bus. County
administrators and officials with
the Columbia County Sheriff's
Office and Columbia County Fire
Department were at Columbia
High School on Wednesday to


.discuss safety.
"We're here because we care
about each one of you," said
Narragansett Smith, assistant
superintendent of administration.
'We want you to do whatever you
can to ensure your safety."
Smith 'said the enhanced pro-
motion of school bus safety is
in response to a local bus crash
SAFETY continued on 5A


Columbia County
Fire Department
Division Chief
David Boozer
speaks to
i Columbia High
sophomores
Wednesday
morning about
the importance
of bus safety.
JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter


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Celebrity Birthdays


* Actor Dick Gautier is 71.
* Rocksinger Grace Slick
is 69.
* ActorEd Lauter is 68.
* Rhythm-and-blues
singer Otis'Williams (The
Temptations) is 67.
* Actor Henry Winkler is 63.
* Rockmusician Chris Slade
(Asia) is 62.
* MusicianTimothy B.
Schmit (The Eagles) is 61.
* Actor Leon Rippy is 59.
* Actor Harry Hamlin is 57.
* ActorCharles Martin Smith


is 55.
* Countrysinger T. Graham
Brown is 54.
* Actor Kevin Pollak is 51.
* Actor Michael Beach is 45.
* Rocksinger-musician Gavin'
Rossdale (Bush) is 41.
* Comedian Ben Bailey is 38.
* Countrysinger Kassidy
Osborn (SHeDAISY) is 32..
* ActorGael Garcia Bernal
is30.
* ActorTequan Richmond
("Everybody Hates Chris")
is 16.


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PATRICK SCOTT/Special to the Reporter

Vehicle plows into home
Local emergency workers responded to a crash Wednesday morning where they found a
sports utility vehicle had crashed through a wall into a rental unit. The incident occurred
at 9:18 a.m. at Bart Terrace and Berry Court. Units from the Lake City Fire Department,
Columbia County Sheriffs Office, Columbia County EMS and Florida Highway Patrol
responded to the scene. According to Lake City Fire Department reports one was injured in
the mishap.


'Kick the CAN' two-fold challenge


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com

FORT WHITE Sixth
Graders at Fort White
Middle School were look-
Sing for a unique way to cel-
ebrate Red Ribbon Week,
one of the oldest and largest
drug prevention campaigns
in the country, and this
year, students were able to
promote drug awareness
while raising donations for
a good cause.
The "Kick the CAN".
campaign was a two-fold
challenge to Fort White stu-
dents to bring in as many
canned goods as possible
that would be donated to
Catholic Charities Canned
Food Drive, and to take
part in the "We CAN Kick
Drugs Out of Our lives"
promotion for Red Ribbon
Week.
The contest, which
began on Oct 20 and ended
Wednesday, was between
boy's and girls in the sixth
grade and produced more
than 800 canned goods to
be donated. Approximately
550 were brought in by the


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Fort White middle school students participate in a 'Kick the
CAN' event Wednesday as part of a schoolwide campaign.


sixth grade girls while the
sixth grade boys brought in
270 canned goods. Students
who had brought in canned
goods were able to take part
in a Kick the Can competi-
tion Wednesday afternoon
at Arrowhead Stadium.
Trinijohannesen, FWMS
Red Ribbon Week coordina-
tor, said that typically there
are a number of activities
planned throughout the
district to celebrate Red
Ribbon Week, but limited
funds forced administrators
at the school to brainstorm
iinw ideas.
'This-was-our idea.for-an.-
inexpensive way for us to
bring the issue in front of


our students," Johannesen
said.
FWMS Principal Bessie
Whitfield said the can col-
lection idea was a fun way
to get students involved in
helping those in need in the
community and promoting
a drug-free environment.
"The bottom line is that
we're teaching students
about community service
and the fact that were
indeed our brother's keep-
er, and they get to take
part in a fun activity as
well," Whitfield said. "The
message we're promoting
is that they- don't have to
have drugs in their lives to
be successful or have fun."


HALLOWEEN EVENTS


From staff reports
Following is a list of Halloween events in
the Lake City area.
North Florida Cancer Center and
Lake City Medical Center Kids Safe Candy
Community Event; 5 6 p.m., North Florida
Cancer Center Lobby, 795 SW State Road
47
Lake City Medical Center Kids Safe
Candy Community Event; 6 7:30 p.m. at
Lake City Medical Center Lobby, 340 NW
Commerce Drive. For details call 719-9040.
Southside Recreation Center Halloween
Event, 6-9 p.m., 692 SW Saint Margarets St.,
free admittance, children must be accompa-
nied by adult, free dance, candy and trick or
treat games.
Safe Trick or Treating at the Mall The
Lake City Mall merchants will host a mall
wide trick or treating from 6 7 p.m. The
event is for children up to age 12.
I Be Safe! Be Seen! 5th Annual Halloween
Safety Bash at the Lake City Fire Department,
225 NW Main Boulevard; Free: Glow neck-
laces, reflective trick-or-treat bags, flashing
lights and candy. Supplies are limited. Adults
are asked to bring the children by before
taking them trick-or-treating. Children must be
in costume.


The Christ Central Hall Fall Festival
- 6-9 p.m. at 217 SW Dyal Avenue; The ,
event is free to the public and will include
booths, games, moon walks, tribulations,
entertainment and dramas. Parking will be
handled on site.
Finally Friday Event (largest event of the
year) Truck or Treat from 6:30 7:30 p.m.
downtown Olustee Park; the featured film is
"Casper", music and entertainment begins at
5 p.m., parking available downtown.
Museum Fun The Lake City-
Columbia County Historical Museum will
host Halloween events for children from
4-7 p.m., 157 SE Hernando Ave., events
include bobbing for apples and pin the nose
on the pumpkin.
Alligator Community Theater The
event is a performance of six nursery rhymes
in one skit; the performance starts at
7:15 p.m. and the second performance is
at 8:30 p.m. at the corner of Marion Avenue
(U.S.-Highway 441) and Hamilton Street.
Friday Oct. 31-Saturday, Nov. 1
The High Springs Police Department will
be cracking down on Halloween impaired
drivers with a "Drunk Driving, Over the Limit.
Under Arrest." enforcement campaign in the
High Springs cty limits.


Homeless shelter eyes county property


By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com

While the Club Mansion
property on North Marion
Avenue in Lake City might
have been a haven for the
homeless, the Rev. Sam
Taylor said there is perhaps
another place for, people to
find shelter in the future.
'"There is another build-
ing that is more feasible
than Club Mansion," Taylor
said. "It is just outside the
city limits."
That other potential site
is not firm yet either, he
said Wednesday.
The Community Mercy
Center now has more than
just a name, as progress
continues on efforts to
house the area's homeless.
Taylor said The Community
Mercy Center's board of
directors are now able to'
accept donations.
Beds, linens and cash
donations are needed.


Checks should be made
out to "The Community
Mercy Center." They can
be mailed to 1571 E. Duval
St., Lake City, FL 32055.
Taylor is quick to note
this is the address of First
Assembly of God, but the
homeless shelter is sepa-
rate from the church. The
center is a faith-based
community effort, he said,
with many churches and
other entities actively
participating.
"I'm glad to see things up
and going to receive dona-
tions," he said.
With temperatures drop-
ping below freezing on
Tuesday and Wednesday.
nights, helping people get
out of the cold is impor-
tant Taylor said he had six
calls for help from home-
less people on Tuesday
evening.
His church is full, he
said, but he sought help
from other churches to


give people shelter through
the night. He mentioned
that the future homeless
center is not going to be in
the First Assembly of God
neighborhood.
The number to call to
donate to The Community
Mercy Center is 755-0903.






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Since 1874!
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Columbia and surrounding counties
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Players deserve
better than booing
To the Editor:
We were ashamed to hear
Columbia County fans booing
their own team at the Orange
Park game, Those are teenage
boys out on that field. They put
their hearts and souls into that
game.
They work hard day after
day, week after week, and
they deserve better. Good
results come with time.
Anyone who has ever tried
to improve something knows
this: The question is, are we
true supporters or are we fair
weather fans? We know from
Coach Craig Howard's coaching
history that his changes will
pay off on the field. They are
already paying off in more
important ways.
These young men are
learning to develop character
from the coaching staff. As
teachers, we see the positive
changes. Players are being held
accountable for their actions
off the field. They are more
responsible and respectful. They
care more about themselves
and others. They are beaming
good men. Winning a football
game impacts the players and
coaches. But becoming good
men will impact the lives of
every person these players
meet Ultimately that will be the
greatest accomplishment of this
team and coaching staff.
To our coaches: Stay the
course. Your resolve will pay off
and impact these young men
and this community in ways we
can only imagine.
To our players: Thank you for
your hard work, your. heart, and
your determination. We are very
proud of you.
To the community: A
community is a group of people
who cooperate together and
support each other.
We appreciated Coach
Howard praising the team's
efforts and the players
themselves honoring the hard
work of their teammates. The
team exemplifies the spirit of
the word community. It's time
we learn what the boys have
already learned: Do your best,
do what's right, and treat others
the way you want to be treated.
Vicki Oden,
Katie Herndon,
Jan Silverstein,
Tabatha McMahon
CHS teachers

Does political group
have hidden agenda?
To the Editor:
During this election cycle
we have been inundated with
political mail and most of it
has been reasonable, telling us
about the candidates and what
that candidate would do for us.
Here in North Florida it has
been mostly civil.
But this past week I received
a mail piece from a group,
Common Sense Coalition,
which I later researched, that
is supporting Debbie Boyd for
State Representative. This piece


THE EDITOR
'had some eye-catching but
deceiving information in it.
They first stated in the piece
that Elizabeth Porter (Debbie's
opponent) had "... spent 25
percent of $15,000 earmarked
for an organization supported
by her husband." I happen to
know which project they must
be talking about. A small park
built to provide accessibility for
handicapped children in Lake
City: Sam Vann Kiwanis Park
and built in cooperation with
The Lake City Kiwanis Club and
County Commission.
Until recently, each
county commissioner had a
discretionary fund that could
be used, with the vote of
other county commissioners
of course, to fund small
projects. The Kiwanis Club is'
the organization they must be
referring to, because Elizabeth's
husband is a longtime member'
and former Kiwanis lieutenant
governor.
This is a classic example of
a special interest group taking
one instance and making it
sound like a deceitful action on
another's part.
So I researched this group,
Common Sense Coalition, and
I found that they have raised
most of their money from trial.
lawyers, yacht builders and big
developers from South Florida.
What a surprise.
Now just what in the world
would big developers from
South Florida want with buying
a seat in the legislature here
in North Florida? My only
conclusion is that they must
want our precious spring water
in South Florida, and they want
to develop our North Florida
forests into condos and houses
to escape the high prices and
hurricanes of South Florida
and they want someone who
will do their bidding in the state
capital, Debbie Boyd.
I know and have had the
pleasure of working with
Elizabeth Porter on these and
other projects and have found
out that she would make us
a great state representative
and I know she will not, allow
those South Florida special
interest groups to buy our vote
in Tallahassee. And most of all,
she will work to keep our water
here in North Florida where it
belongs.
Koby Adams
Lake City

Change necessary
to move forward
To the Editor:
In response to "Make
conscientious choices in voting"
(Oct. 5), I agree that change is
necessary.,
Some say that an Obama/
Biden administration would
likely produce a substantial
increase in taxes. Only if you
make more than $250,000 would
that be true. These people
might see their taxes go back
to what they were prior to the
Bush administration who gave
the wealthy substantial tax cuts
and deregulation.
However, if you are like the
majority of us who make less
than $250,000, your taxes will


not go up under an Obama/
Biden ticket, and most will go
down.
Most of us are tired and
scared and don't have the
opportunities the wealthy do.'
We can barely afford to make
ends meet, we are losing our
houses and we are watching our
grocery bills go sky high. I am
amazed that anyone would try
and sell the idea that increasing
taxes on corporations and the
wealthy will have a negative
affect on the middle class. How
does that work? If they have to
pay their share of taxes then
they will increase charges to
their customers? They won't
make enough money without
increasing charges?
I've heard that argument
before. I didn't buy it then and
I don't buy it now. During this
administration my medical
insurance-prefniittiis.have"- .
skyrocketed (I'm one of the
lucky ones who have health
insurance) and taxes have gone
up. I'm paying more income
tax, more property tax more
for everything. We are in this'
mess because of preference for
the wealthy and huge corporate
interests during the past eight
years.
Deregulation hasn't really
worked has it?
Bebe Derington McQuillan
Lake City

Gootee, wife went
above and beyond
To the Editor:
Due to circumstances beyond
our control, this letter of thanks
and appreciation has been
long overdue, but we now feel
it necessary to share with the
citizens of Columbia County,
what our family knows.
In August of 2007, my
husband unexpectedly passed
away on the job, at a warehouse
in Gainesville.
It was Sheriff Gootee who
came to our house to deliver
the terrible news. The time
was 7 o'clock in the evening
and Sheriff Gootee was
accompanied by his wife,
Bonnie.
After the task was completed,
they held our hands, wiped
our tears and gave us the hugs
and support our family needed,
stayed with us until other
family members, and a very
understanding victim's advocate,'
arrived to help us.
Sheriff Gootee and Bonnie i
also paid their respects at my
husband's service. All of this, I
believe, is far above and beyond
the call of duty.
Our country really is a
wonderful country to live
in, regardless of the present
turmoil.
Fortunately for us, because
of the outstanding people like
Sheriff Bill and Bonnie Gootee,
Columbia County is the best
place to call home. Please
remember our story on Nov.
4. Again, our heartfelt thank
you to Sheriff Bill Gootee and
Bonnie Gootee.
Charletta Morrison
and Family
Lake City


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Are we truly living in
Christian community?
To the editor:
I am deeply concerned
for the soul of Lake City. We
call ourselves a Christian
Community, but yet the fruits
we bear do not ripen to the
point of strong conviction. Our
discernment is so weak that
we do not see the spiritual
battle that is before us. Are we
so into ourselves that we fail
to realize we just let a Muslim
Mosque establish itself in, our
community? Let me warn all
professing Christians what
the Apostle Paul had to say
concerning such things:
"I marvel that ye are so soon .
removed from him that called
you into the grace of Christ
unto another gospel: Which
is not another; but there be
some that trouble you, and
would pervert the gospel of
Christ. But though we, or an
angel from heaven, preach any
other gospel unto you than
that which we have preached
unto you, let him be accursed."
Galatians 1:6-8 .
We, as a community of
believers in the One True
Living God, already have a
great deal of opposition before
us. We are surrounded by
various cults in our city that
claim to be Christian, and we
do absolutely nothing, except
build even bigger and better
buildings. Yet now, we quietly
let a teaching come into our
borders that preach opposition
to Christianity. Oh, that the
real Christians would please '
stand up for the gospel of
Jesus Christ; no matter what
persecutions may lie ahead,
"Finally, be strong in the
Lord, and in the power of hig
might. Put on the whole armor
S Q f,Qqd that ye may be able
to stand against the wiles of
the devil. For we wrestle not
against flesh and blood, bt :
against principalities, against
powers, against the rulers of
the darkness, of this world,
against spiritual wickedness in
high places." Ephesians 6:10-12
Pastor Harley Serafini
Pentecostal World Outreach

Was student story
playing of race card?
To the Editor:
The letter writer in Sunday's
Reporter titled "Students
commended ..." is simply
trying to get a little more
mileage' out of the race card.
The students for Obama
claim to have been heckled
and harassed while openly
campaigning near the early
voting area. Was the letter
writer there or. did the
offended students exaggerate
a tenuous situation? I went by
there and personally witnessed
some of our local people
waving and honking their
horns. They were very friendly
and supportive. Were these
and other actions mistaken?
What probably happened
is the students embellished
the activity and the writer
followed suit. The writer went
on to indicate that McCain
is a supporter and advocate
:of harassing his opponent's
supporters, like what
supposedly happened in our
town. I can hear it now a five
year POW telling his campaign
manager to go to Lake City
and heckle Obama's folks.
How absurd.
Since the writer is trying
to field a story let me help. I
heard the supposed hecklers
were not McCain people
but were opposing Cynthia
McKinney and Ralph Nader.
Yea, that's what happened;
if we are going to insinuate
might as well go all the way.
Folks of Lake City, we are
a great city, growing and
exemplary to our neighbors.
Do not believe we are racist as
certain people espouse. Please
vote.your intellect and for
America, not for what is in it
for yourselves.
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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL & NATION THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2008


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By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com

As the result of an executive order by
Gov. Charlie Crist, early voting is available
every day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. through
Saturday, according to Liz P. Horne,
Columbia County supervisor of elections.
Crist ordered voting 12 hours each
weekday and 12 hours during the week-
end, according to Sterling Ivey, spokesman
for the governor's office.
Supervisors of elections were given the
option to be open for six hours on Saturday
and six hours on Sunday, Ivey said, or
they could be open 12 hours on Saturday.
Horne chose the Saturday option.
Early- voting started Oct. 20 in Lake
City and Fort White. The hours became
extended for voters throughout Florida as
of Oct. 28, because some counties were
experiencing long waits.
There have been no problems in
Columbia County, even before the hours
were extended, Horne said, with 1,000


people voting early each day.
Early voting at the Lake City office,
971 W. Duval St., Suite 102, is on the south
end of the building, next to the neigh-
boring shopping center, and not at the
branch's main entrance.
The address of the Fort White precinct
for early voting is 17579 SW State Road 47.
It is just north of Fort White High School.
. Voters who choose against early voting
can cast their ballots from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
on Nov. 4 at their own precincts.
Another method to vote is by casting
an absentee ballot. To use this method, a
voter can call to request an absentee ballot,
Horne said. Then the ballot will be mailed
to them.
Today is the last day to telephone and
request an absentee ballot to be mailed.
After that, a person can visit the election
office to get one in person, Horne said.
The Florida Department of State,
Division of Elections said there are 38,272
registered voters in Columbia County who
can vote in the Nov. 4 election.


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ballot could be scheduled.
The number reaches a
recording of Barack Obama
and notified the caller
that they. had reached the
Campaign for Change
Hotline, Florida For Obama
national headquarters.
Several options were
offered, one of which was a
ride to the polls and another
offered to schedule a pick
up of an absentee ballot.
"I guess there's nothing
wrong with.anyone picking
up. a ballot and bringing
it to the elections office,"
said Liz P. Horne, elections
supervisor. "But if you
'111k don't know that person why
would you trust that person
with your vote?"
r Horne said that if anyone
gave his or her ballot to
be delivered to her office
by someone they do not
know, they can verify if it
had been delivered with a


By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com

Perhaps best described as "the poor
man's Rush Limbaugh," an AM and short-
wave radio host has disappeared from the
airwaves.,
Chuck Harder was a talk show host
in White Springs, where he and his wife
Dianne broadcast out of the historic Telford
Hotel a number of years ago. The Telford
Hotel has no affiliation with Harder now,
according to a person who answered the
telephone there on Wednesday.
As of Wednesday, the Web site
www.talkstarradio.com had removed all.


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gave students a number of
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stop five minutes ahead of
time, standing at least 10
feet away from the road,
wearing a seat belt and to
remain seated at all times.
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with students in the coming
weeks for parents to sign
that includes the Florida
statute for bus conduct
as well as safety tips for
parents to share with their
students.
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phone call at anytime.
"Ifts perfectly legal and
our guiding principal is
to protect the integrity
of the vote," said Kevin
Cate, spokesperson for the
Obama Campaign.
"We've had an enthusias-
tic response to our program
in the area," Cate said, not-
ing that the program has
helped countless residents
participate who might not
have been able to make it
to their local polls on elec-
tion day. .
Other complaints voiced
by some voters, locally
were about a pair of men
near the entrance to the
early voting office who
were handing out sample
ballots with all the choices
filled in.
According to Otis
Hendon, who was pass-
ing out the ballots, "People
could use them as a voting


guide."
Hendon said that he was
working out of the Obama
campaign headquarters
in downtown Lake City.
Each sample ballot had all
the Democrat candidates
selected.
"They have to stay behind
the 100-foot line, they're
not allowed to go beyond
it," Horne said.
Horne also said that she's
heard from many voters
who claim to have received
telephone calls from people
posing as county election
workers.
"A lot of people have
been saying that they work
with the supervisor of elec-
tions office, but they do
not," Horne said.
She also said that her
office does not send anyone
out to pick up absentee bal-
lots, "Never has happened
and never will happen."


reference to Harder.
Charles "Chuck" and Dianne Harder
still own property in Columbia County,
outside the town of White Springs on
McClurg Court, according to records in'
the Columbia County Property Appraiser's
Office.
A Web site for the Chuck Harder Show
said the call-in program can be reached
by calling (877) 528-8255 from 2 p.m. to
4 p.m. on weekdays. Repeated calls to,
that number Wednesday went unanswered
until an automated message said, "Your
party is not answering. Please try your call
later. We're sorry, but your call will now be
disconnected."

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OBITUARIES


Senior Allen, Jr. Beale Cobb "BC" Buck, Jr.


Senior Allen, Jr. was born on
November 22, 1922 to the late
Senior and Lillie Allen. He
passed away on October 24,
2008 after an
at Baya Pointe
Nursing and
Rehabilitation
Center. He
accepted Christ
at an early '
age. He was united in Holy
Matrimony. Fifty eight years
ago to Viola Perry. Mr. Senior's
passions were fishing, his 1972
Buick LeSabre with two bull
horns on the hood, and his five
generations of grandchildren
that he was blessed to see. He
is preceded ,in death by his
grandson, Jeff Buiey, Jr.; and his
son-in-law, Jeff Buiey, Sr. Left to
cherish his memories: his loving
wife, Viola Allen; two'daughters,
Helen Buiey of Lake City, FL.;
and Barbara PaPaul of Miami,
FL.; one brother, George Allen of
Miami, FL, one si-ster, Lizzie Hall
of Lake City, FL.; four sisters-in-
law, Louise Perry of Wellborn,
FL., Agnes Davis of Gainesville,
FL., Annie Mae Edwards of
Orlando, FL. and Willie Mae
(John) Williams of Miami, FL.;
grandchildren, Jackie (Andre)
Williams; Octavious Buiey,
Sr.., Monique, I'esha, Crystal,
Brandon, Lamonte, Keith; great-
grandchildren, Terrell (Cerisa)
Buiey,,Britani Davis, Octavious
Buiey, Jr. of Lake City, and five
great grandchildren of Miami,
FL.; great great grandchildren,
Thailen, Britin, Hadoni, Scottlyn;
god-daughters, Tammy (Mike)
Harris, grand god daughters,
Tera, Lynesha, Tasheona; two
.great grand nieces who were
his heart, Virginia Aldrige of
Maryland and Corine Mickler
of Lake City; a host of nieces,
-nephews, cousins and friends;
and his bench buddies, Mr. Frank,
Mr. Johnnie B., and Mayso.
Funeral services for Mr. Allen
will, be on Saturday, November
1, 2008 at 1:00 P.M. at Union
AME Church. Visitation with the
family will be Friday, October
31, 2008 from 5:00 7:00 P.M..
at Combs Funeral Home Chapel.
Arrangements are entrusted' to
COMBS FUNERAL HOME.
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City, Florida (386)752-4366.
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Beale Cobb "BC" Buck, Jr., 90,
departed this life on October
27, 2008 at Shands Lake Shore
of Lake City, FL. Mr. Buck
was born January 1, 1918 in
Jacksonville, FL to Beale Cobb
Buck, Sr. and Mary Catherine
Clyburn Buck. He was a member
of Athens Baptist Church. He
was a retired builder by trade.
He was preceded in death by
his daughter, Patricia Dianne
Simmons, brother, William
E. Buck & sister, Betty Noe.
Survivors include his wife of
70 years, Lois Winston Buck;
children, David (Mahda Lee)
Buck, Linda Ellwood & Margaret
(Harry) Wilson; brothers,
James. O0. Buck & Robert C.
Buck; 8 grandchildren; 15 great
grandchildren; 4 great great
grandchildren and many other
family & friends. Funeral services
will be held 2:00 PM Friday,
October 31,2008 at HARDAGE-
GIDDENS FUNERAL HOME,
4115 Hendricks Avenue,
Jacksonville, FL.,- with Rev.
Charles Johnson officiating.
Burial in Greehlawn Cemetery
will follow. Family will receive
friends from 5-7 PM Thursday
(today) at the funeral home.


Betty Glover
Mrs. Betty Glover 65, of Lake
City, died Wednesday morning
in the Haven Hospice Suwannee
Valley Care Center following a
brief illness. Mrs. Glover was
born in Watertown, Florida and
was a life long resident of the
Lake City .area. Mrs. Glover
was a member of the Huntsville
Baptist Church. In her spare time
-Mrs. Glover enjoyed going to
church and spending time with
her children, grandchildren,
and other family.Mrs. Glover is
survived by her husband Doyle
Glover; three sons Julian "Frog"
Glover; (Carol Woodworth) of
Lake City, Florida; Mark Glover
(Jackie) of Ocala, Florida,
Eric Glover of Lake City, one
daughter Kim Smith (Jimmy) of
Lake City, three brothers Velton
Alford of Lake City,.Neal Alford
of Lake City, and Edward Alford
of 'Pomona Park, Florida, and
two sisters Bonita Wheeler
(Billy)of Lake City and -Mary
Frances Dowhall, Pensacola,
Florida. Eleven grandchildren
and two great grandchildren;
and many other nieces, nephews


and other family members also
survive. Funeral services will be
held on Saturday November 1,
2008 at 10:00 AM in the Dees-
Parrish Family Funeral Home
Chapel with Reverend Jim Steele
officiating. Interment will follow
at Riverside Cemetery in White
Springs, Florida. The family will
receive friends at the funeral
home from 5:00 7:00 P.M.
on Friday October 31, 2008.
Arrangements are under the
directionoftheDEES-PARRISH
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458 S. Marion Ave., Lake City.
(386)752-1234. Please sign our
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Evelyn Avis Metzger
Evelyn Avis Metzger, 101, of
Lake City, passed away Sunday
in the North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
following a brief illness. Ms.
Metzger was born in Chicago,
Illinois. Mrs. Metzger began
her teaching career in New
Jersey where she taught for 24
years, before moving to the
Lake City area in 1951. Mrs.
Metzger taught for 22 years at
the Five Points and Summers
Elementary Schools before
retiring in 1973. In 1971 Mrs.
Metzger was recognized as the
1971 Columbia County Teacher
of the Year. After she retired
she continued to volunteer at
Five Points Elementary for
another 23 years before quitting
at the age of 90. Mrs. Metzger
was a member of the AARP,
American Legion Auxiliary,
Columbia County Retired
Educators, Florida State Alumni
Association, Florida Retired-
Educators, Glassboro, 'State
Alumni Association, National
Geographic Society, and was
a member of the Order ef the
Eastern Star in New Jersey. In
her spare time she enjoyed to
walk, read, and travel. Mrs.
Metzger was, a member of the
Siloam United Methodist Church
since 1954. Mrs. Metzger
was preceded in death by her
husband Karl R. Metzger. Mrs.
Metzger is survived by several
nieces including Rosalind Marie
Cook of Seminole, Florida,
Gail Herman of Monroeville,
New Jersey, and a beloved care
giver Nell Holloway of Lake
City. Many other great-nieces,
nephews, and other family
members also survive. Funeral


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be held on Thursday October 30,
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presiding. Interment will follow
in the Siloam United Methodist
Church Cemetery. The visitation
will be held at the funeral home
Wednesday October 29, 2008
from 5 7 PM. Arrangements
are under the direction of the
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FUNERAL HOME, 458
S. Marion Ave., Lake City.
(386)752-1234. Please sign our
on-line family guestbook at
www.parrishfuneralhome. corn
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Thursday, October 30, 2008


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Section B


BRIEFS

CHS WEIGHTUFTING
Raffle open to
benefit program
Raffle tickets are being
offered by the Columbia
%County Fire Department
,Auxiliary to benefit
'the auxiliary and the
Columbia High
weightlifting team.
'Two 50-yard line
tickets to the Columbia/
S 'Suwannee High football
game and dinner for two
at Beef 'O' Brady's go to
the winner.
Tickets are $25 arid
available at Brian's
Sports, Keaton
Locksmiths and from
CHS weightlifting
boosters.
They also will be sold
at the auxiliary's booth
Sat the Columbia County
SFair. The drawing is
-Nov.8.
For details, call Jeff
S Bertram at 752-0370 or
Mitch Shoup at 755-8080.

CHS CROSS COUNTRY
Lady Tigers offer
raffle tickets
Columbia High's girls
'cross country team is
selling raffle tickets for a
S$1,000 debit card.
Tickets are $10 and
available from Lady
;Tigers and Eye of the
Tiger runners. The
drawing is.Friday.
For details, e-mail
coach April Morse at
eanbz@bellsouth. net.
CHS BASKETBALL
Tryouts planned
for Monday
Columbia High boys
basketball has tryouts set
for 3:30 p.m., Monday, at
the CHS gym.
Current physical and
parent consent forms are
required and available at
the school office.
For details, call coach
Trey Hosford at
755-8080.
LAKE CITY SAINTS
Team seeks
cheerleaders
The Lake City'Saints
semipro football team is
seeking cheerleaders for
the season which begins
in January. Applicants
must be age 15 or older.
For details, call coach
Socorey Denson at
754-0916 or 466-1840 or
e-mail.dr_denson32055@
yahoo.com.
From staff reports

GAMES

Today
Columbia High
swimming in District 2-2A
meet at Trousdell Aquatic
Center in Tallahassee,
9 a.m.
U Fort White High
volleyball hosts P.K.
Yonge School in District
S5-3A tournament final,
7 p.m.
Columbia High's
SDistrict 4-5A volleyball
tournament at Eastside
High, 7 p.m.
: Columbia High JV
football vs. Mandarin
High, 7 p.m.
Fort White High JV
football vs. Middleburg
SHigh, 7 p.m.
Friday
Fort White High
football at Hamilton
County High, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday
Columbia High cross
S country at Buchholz


Bobcat Last Chance
Meet, 8 a.m.


Indians hyped


FortWhite still
confident after
Madison County.
By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter.comrn
After a devastating
44-28 loss to the Madison
Cowboys on Friday night,
the Fort White Indians
returned to practice in pre-
peration for the Hamilton
County Trojans.
The Trojans, who host
Friday night's contest, will
enter at 1-7 with their only
win coming against a win-
less Bishop Snyder team.
Don't look for Fort White
to overlook they're oppo'-
nent, but they'll be focus-


ing more this week on self-
improvement.
'Today was energetic.
We had a lot of fun out
there," Jackson said after
yesterday's practice, "I'm
not as worried as much
about our opponent as I am
getting this team better."
Keeping spirits high this
week hasn't been hard, as
the Indians have come out
hungry after a loss.
"A.J. Parnell had the best
practice he's ever had,"
Jackson said. "I don't know,
but everyone's out there
playing decent."
Though the loss to the
Cowboys still lingers hard
for some, Jackson sees the
INDIANS continued on 3B


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter


Fort White's Alexis Blake (4) slips past Madison's Cortez Akins
on Friday.


Grappling with success


Cormier is ranked
5th nationally in
the eight grade.
By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter.com
For Katlynn Cormier life
is pretty normal. She wakes
up, goes .to school, and
competes in various activi-
ties as a Fort White middle
school student. The only
difference is that Cormier
is ranked fifth nationally
among girl wrestlers as an
eighth grader.
Looking at her stature
one wouldn't think she
might be the meanest thing
on a mat since Kurt Angle,
but Cormier packs a lot
into her 119-pound division
frame.
She's equally as strong
benching 145 pounds, and
coaches expect her to win
state in weightlifting. It's
wrestling, however, where
she's made the biggest
impression.
The United States Girls
Wrestling Association has
Cormier ranked as the fifth
best wrestler in the country
behind only sophomores
and juniors in her weight
division. She is the high-
est ranking wrestler in her
division from Florida.
As a seventh grader,
Cormier competed in Fort
White's district tourna-
ment and came away with
a fourth place finish. It was
good enough to' qualify her
for the regional tourna-
ment where she finished
fifth against girls in their
final year of high school.
In a trip to a recent tour-
nament in Oklahoma City,
she was the only girl to
place, and the only girl to
rank from Florida. She's


Katlynn Cormier shows off 37
also finished first in a tour-
nament in Atlanta, and
third in two tournaments
in Colorado.
Still, Cormier's best
years are in front of her as


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake C pr, Fle.
of her nearly 50 medals'she has won as a female wrestler.


she has five more years to
perfect her craft, and she's
already setting records that
few thought possible..
Cormier was the
first. ever'girl to win the


Ironwoman at the Grand
Nationals for wrestling
where she competed in
freestyle, greco, and folk-
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Fort White's Charlette Demko (14) reaches up to attempt the kill against Williston as the
Indians prepare to take on P.K. Yonge tonight in the district final at 7:30 p.m. from Fort White
High School.


Fort White looks
to pull off the
upset in finals.
By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter.com
After defeating Williston
on Tuesday night, the Fort
White Indians will host the
finals of the 5-3A champion-
ship against the P.K Yonge
Blue Wave. Coach Doug
Wohlstien greatly respects
the Wave, and knows his
team will have to play at a
top level.
"In order to beat them,
we have to play our best,"
Wohlstein said. "We have
to serve tough, and pass
well. Those are the two
keys. They're a great team,
but we're a better team as
well."


The Indians showed true
grit to even make it to the
district final by coming
back from being down one
set against Williston before
winning the final three on
their way to victory.
"Williston came out hard
and tough," Wohlstein said.
'They came with everything
they had. We got together
after the first game, and
took it from there. The
team played together,, and
it was a character building
game."
One player who has came
into her own over the last
few games including the
game against Williston is
Sarah Resta.
"She came in as a good
player, but she continued
to get better," Wohlstein
INDIANS continued on 3B













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Page Editor: Tim Kirby, 754-0421


SCOREBOARD


TELEVISION

TV sports

Today
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
7:30 p.m.
ESPN South Florida at Cincinnati
GOLF
9 a.m.
TGC European PGA Tour, Volvo
Masters, first round, at Sotogrande, Spain
1:30 p.m.
TGC PGA Tour, Ginn sur Mer
Classic, first round, at Palm Coast
4:30 p.m.
TGC Champions Tour, Charles
Schwab Cup Championship, first round, at
Sonoma, Calif.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
8 p.m.
FOX World Series, game 6,
Philadelphia at Tampa Bay (if necessary)
NBA BASKETBALL
8 p.m.
TNT Houston at Dallas
10:30 p.m.
TNT New Orleans at Phoenix
SOCCER
7:30 p.m.
ESPN2 MLS, playoffs, conference
semifinals, Chicago at New England


BASEBALL


World Series

Tampa Bay vs. Philadelphia.
Philadelphia 3,Tampa Bay 2
Tampa Bay 4, Philadelphia 2
Philadelphia 5,Tampa Bay 4
Philadelphia 10,Tan Bay 2
Tampa Bay 2, Philadelphia 2,5 S' innings,
susp., rain
Wednesday
Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, comp. of
susp. game (n)
Today
Philadelphia (Myers 10-13) at Tampa
Bay (Shields 14-8), 8:35 p.m., if necessary
Friday
Philadelphia at Tampa Bay, 8:29 p.m.,
if necessary


FOOTBALL.

NFL games

Sunday's Games
Detroit at Chicago, I p.m.
Houston at Minnesota, I p.m.
Green Bay atTennessee, I p.m.
N.Y.Jets at Buffalo, I p.m.
Arizona at St. Louis, I p.m.
Baltimore at Cleveland, I p.m,
Tampa Bay at Kansas City, I p.m.
Jacksonville at Cincinnati, I p.m.
Miami at Denver, 4:05 p.m.
Dallas at N.Y. Giants, 4:15 p.m.
Atlanta at Oakland, 4:15 p.m.
Philadelphia at Seattle, 4:15 p.m.
New England at Indianapolis, 8:15 p.m.
SMonday's Game
Pittsburgh at Washington, 8:30 p.m.
Open: San Diego, Carolina, New
Orleans, San Francisco
Sunday, Nov. 9
Seattle at Miami, I p.m.
St. Louis at N.Y. Jets, I p.m.
Tennessee at Chicago, I p.m.
Green Bay at Minnesota, I p.m.
Jacksonville at Detroit, I p.m.
New Orleans at Atlanta, I p.m.
Buffalo at New England, I p.m.
Baltimore at Hlouston, 1:01 p.m.
Carolina at Oakland, 4:05 p.m.
Indiariapolis at Pittsburgh, 4:15 p.m.
Kansas City at San Diego, 4:15 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia, 8:15 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 10
Sarn Francisco at Arizona, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Dallas, Washington, Tampa Bay,
Baltimore

College games

Today
South Florida (6-2) at Cincinnati
(5-2), 7:30 p.m.
Friday
Wagner (3-5) at Sacred Heart (7-1),
7 p.m.
Wofford (6-1) 'at Appalachian St.
(6-2), 8 p.m.

College scores

Tuesday
Marshall.37, Houston 23
Buffalo 32, Ohio 19


BASKETBALL

NBA games

Tuesday's Games
Boston 90, Cleveland 85
Chicago 108, Milwaukee 95
LA. Lakers 96, Portland 76
Wednesday's Games
Toronto at Philadelphia (n)
Atlanta at Orlando (n)
New Jersey at Washington (n)
Miami at NewYork (n)
Phoenix at San Antonio (n)
Milwaukee at Oklahoma City (n)
Indiana at Detroit (n)
Sacramento at Minnesota (n)
Memphis at Houston (n)
Denver at Utah (n)
LA. Lakers at L.A. Clippers (n)
New Orleans at Golden State (n)
Today's Games
Charlotte at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Houston at Dallas, 8 p.m.
New Orleans at Phoenix, 10:30 p.m.
Friday's Games
NewYork at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Golden State atToronto, 7 p.m.
Sacramento at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
Orlando at Memphis, 8 p.m.


Chicago at Boston, 8 p.m.
Denver at LA. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.
San Antonio at Portland, 10:30 p.m.


AUTO RACING

Race week

NASCAR SPRINT CUP
Dickie 500
Site: FortWorth,Texas '
Schedule: Friday, qualifying (ESPN2,
4:30 p.m.); Sunday, race (ABC, 3 p.m.).


Track:Texas Motor Speedway (oval, 1.5
miles, 24 degrees banking in turns).
Race distance: 501 miles, 334 laps.
Last race: Carl Edwards passed Denny
Hamlin on a late restart then held on to
win at Atlanta Motor Speedway to keep
his championship hopes alive. But his
seventh win of the season barely dented
Jimmie Johnson's points lead. Johnson had
a rough start to the race earning a
rare pit-road penalty that dropped him a
lap off the pace but stormed back to
finish second with an impressive final
sprint through the field.
Last year: Johnson won, a dramat-
ic side-by-side duel with Matt Kenseth,
grabbing his third straight victo-
ry and, more important, wresting the
points lead from Jeff Gordon at Texas
Motor Speedway. The reigning Cup
champion, who began the day nine points
behind Hendrick Motorsports teammate
Gordon, moved out to a 30-point lead
with two races remaining in the Chase for
the championship.
Fast facts: Eastman Kodak Co. is
ending its 22-year sponsorship in NASCAR
and putting more sports marketing dollars
into professional golf.... Johnson, who has
a string of 12 consecutive top-10 finishes
in Chase races, has a whopping .183-point
lead over Edwards with just three races
left. ... Edwards has overcome an early
100-point penalty and six-week suspen-
sion to start the Chase. He has seven wins,
including the Samsung 500 on April 6 at
Texas Motor Speedway.... CaleYarborough
(1976-78) is the last driver to win three
consecutive championships.
Next race: Checker O'Reilly Auto
Parts 500,Avondale,Ariz., Nov. 9
On the Net:'http://www.nascar.com
NASCAR NATIONWIDE
O'Reilly Challenge
Site: Fort Worth,Texas,
Schedule: Friday, qualifying (Speed
Channel, 6:30 p.m.); Saturday, race (ESPN2,
3:30 p.m.).
Track:Texas Motor Speedway.
Race distance: 300 miles, 200 laps.
Last race: Carl Edwards held off David
Reutimann to win the Kroger On Track for
the Cure 250, keeping alive his hopes for
.a second straight Nationwide Series title.
Edwards, who missed qualifying because
of practice for the Sprint Cup Race in
Atlanta, started 34th. He gained ground
quickly after making an early stop for fresh
tires and took the lead from Mike Bliss on
lap 69, and never trailed after that.
Last year: Kevin Harvick won another
race and runaway points leader Edwards
finally wrapped up his first Busch Series
championship at Texas Motor Speedway.
Edwards, who built a lead of more than
800 points in the first half of the season,
stumbled through the second half before
putting away the title with an I Ith-place
run in the O'Reilly /Challenge. He led
runner-up Reutimann by an insurmount-
able 552 points with two races to go.
Fast facts: Edwards, with his fifth series.
win, pulled within 116 points of series
leader Clint Bowyer, who finished 16th.
There are three races remaining on the
schedule....The polesitter has' never won
any of the 15 Nationwide races at Texas.
... Kyle Busch, starting from pole position
No. 31, took the O'Reilly 300 at Texas
Motor Speedway on April 5.
Next race: Hefty Odor Block 200,
Avondale,Ariz., Nov. 8
NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCKS
Chevy Silverado 350k
Site: FortWorth,Texas
Schedule: Today, qualifying, 8 p.m.;
Friday, race (Speed Channel, 9 p.m.).
Track:Texas Motor Speedway.
Race distance: 219 miles, 146 laps..
Last race: Ryan Newman passed Ron
Hornaday in Turn 2 on the last lap at
Atlanta Motor Speedway to win in his first
Truck Series start. Newman and Hornaday,
both driving Trucks for Kevin Harvick Inc.,
traded the lead twice in the final eight laps
of Saturday's race.The two raced side-by-
side for' a lap, with Hornaday coming out
front on the next-to-last lap.
Last .year: Ted Musgrave broke a
66-race NASCAR wifiless, streak,
taking the checkered flag under caution at
Texas after the two trucks in front of him
crashed going into the first turn of what
was supposed to be a green-white finish.
Mike Skinner finished third and regained
the series point leid by 57 over Horhaday
with two races left. It was the sixth time in
seven races Skinner and Hornaday traded
the points, lead, but it's the largest gap
between the drivers in that stretch.
Fast facts:' Camping World will
replace Craftsman as the title sponsor
for NASCAR's truck series in 2009. ...
Hornaday's second-place finish moved him
within 31 points of Johnny Benson's lead in
the championship standings. ... Hornaday
won the Sam's Town 400 at Texas Motor
Speedway on June 6 and Benson finished
third.... Five of the 21 truck races at Texas
have been won by the polesitter.
Next race: Lucas Oil 150, Avondale,
Ariz., Nov. 7
FORMULA ONE
Brazilian Grand Prix
Site: Sao Paulo
Schedule: Saturday, qualifying (Speed
Channel, Noon); Sunday, race (Speed
Channel, 11:30 a.m.).
Track: Interlagos, Jose Carlos Pace
(road course, 2.677 miles).
Race distance: 190.067 miles, 71 laps.
Last race: Lewis Hamilton won the
Chinese Grand Prix, leaving the McLaren
driver just short of clinching the 2008
Formula One title. Hamilton led from
start to finish, finishing 14.9 seconds ahead
of rival Felipe Massa, who took sec-
ond thanks to Ferrari teammate Kimi
Raikkonen letting him through late in the
race.The result extended Hamilton's lead
in the drivers' championship to seven
points with one race remaining.
Last year: Raikkonen won the Brazilian
Grand Prix to capture the title in thcp
tightest race for the championship in 21
years.The Ferrari driver rallied from third
place in the points standings for his first F I


crown, taking advantage of Hamilton's mis-
take on the first lap and FernandoAlonso's
disappointing run. Raikkonen grabbed the
lead with 21 laps to go and was followed
by Massa. Alonso, Hamilton's McLaren
teammate, finished third.
Fast facts:This is the last Formula One
race using grooved tires, a feature of the
sport for the past I I seasons. Next year,
new rule changes mean that teams will
use slick rubber for the first time since
1997.... Formula One's governing body is
moving forward with its plan to have a
sole engine and transmission supplier


beginning in 2010. ... For the second
straight year Hamilton takes a seven-
point lead into the final race of the
year. Hamilton, at 23, would be Fl's
youngest champion, eclipsing the mark set
by Alonso, who was 24 years and 59 days
when he won in 2004 for Renault.... Massa
is second in the standings and would need
to win and have Hamilton finish no higher'
than seventh, or finish second while the
Briton finishes out of the points to keep
the drivers' title from going to McLaren
for the first time since 1999.
Next race: ING Australian Grand Prix,
Melbourne, March 29, 2009
On the Net: http://www.formula Icomn
NHRA
ACDelco LasVegas Nationals
Schedule: Friday, qualifying, 3:30 p.m.;
Saturday, qualifying, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN2,
10 p.m., tape); Sunday, eliminations, 2 p.m.
(ESPN2, 7 p.m., tape).
Track: The Strip at Las Vegas Motor
Speedway.
Last event: Funny Car driver Cruz
Pedregon -and Pro Stock pilot Dave
Connolly won at the Virginia NHRA
Nationals to go from afterthoughts to
challengers in the race for the NHRA
POWERade Series championships. The
other winner in the fourth of six races
in the NHRA Playoff was Top Fuel ace
Tony Schumacher. He has 14 victories this
season. Schumacher eliminated all but
HillaryWill (212 points back) from cham-
pionship contention 'and all he'll have to
do at Las Vegas to clinch his fifth straight
and sixth overall POWERade Series world
championship is qualify. Pedregon beat
first-place Tim Wilkerson in the semifinals
and second-place Jack Beckman in the
final to climb from sixth to third place.
Connolly defended his Virginia NHRA
Nationals race win over Cagnazzi Racing
teammate Jeg Coughlin. Connolly moved
to within 77 points of Coughlin and within
three of second-place Kurt Johnson.
Last year: Hometown driver Rod
Fuller won at the ACDelco Las Vegas
Nationals to take the Top Fuel points lead
with one race left in the season. In Funny
Car, Tony Pedregon put a stranglehold on
the title chase with his fourth win of the
year. Pro Stock's Greg Anderson picked
up his fifth Las Vegas victory to regain
the points lead he heldfor most of the,
regular season. Three-time and reigning
Pro Stock Motorcycle champ Andrew
Hines also won.
Fast facts: Rob Flynn will take over as'
crew chief on Kenny Bernstein Racing's
Budweiser/Lucas Oil dragster at the end
of the season. Mike Guger has been named.
assistant crew chief. ... Don Prudhomme
Racing has signed Spencer Massey to a
multiyear agreement with plans to put
him behind the wheel of a new Top Fuel
dragster team beginning with the 2010
NHRA Full Throttle season.
Next. event: Automobile Club of
Southern California Finals,.Pomona, Calif.,
Nov. 9
On the Net: http://www.nhra.com
INDY RACING LEAGUE
Last race! Ryan Briscoe has won the
..Indy -300 at Surfers Paradise, Australia ,
taking the lead when fell.owAustralian and
pole sitter Will Power crashed out on the
17th lap. Team Penske's Briscoe finished
the 60-lap race on the 2:8-mile, 14-turn
temporary' street 'circuit .5019 seconds
ahead of Indy 500 winner Scott Dixon
of New Zealand.American Ryan Hunter-
Reay was third.
Next race: Grand Prix of St.
Petersburg, April 5, 2009.
On the Net: http://wwwindycor.com


GOLF

Golf week

PGA EUROPEAN'TOUR
Volvo Masters
Site: Sotogrande, Spain.
Schedule: Today-Sunday.
Course:Valderrama Golf Club (6,988
yards, par 7'1).
Purse: $5.37 million. Winner-'s share:
$894,380.
Television: Golf Channel (Today-
Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon; Sunday, 8-1 I a.m.).
PGATOUR
Ginn Sur Mer Classic
Site: Palm Coast
Schedule:Today-Sunday.
Course: Ginn Hammock Beach
Resort, The Conservatory' (7,663 yards,
par 72).
Purse: $4.6 million. Winner's share:
$828,000.
Television: Golf Channel (Today,
1:30-4:30 p.m., 7:30-1.0:30 p.m.; Friday-
Saturday, 2-5 a.m., 1:30-4:30 p.m.,
7:30-10:30 p.m.; Sunday, 2-4 a.m., 1:30-
4:30 p.m., 7:30-10:30 p.m.; Monday,
2-5 a.m.).
CHAMPIONS TOUR
Charles Schwab Cup
Championship
Site: Sonoma, Calif.
Schedule:Today-Supday.
Course: Sonoma Golf Club (7,1 I11
yards, par 72).
Purse: $2.5 million. Winner's share:
$440,000.
Television: Golf Channel (Today-
Sunday, 4:30-7 p.m., II p.m.-1:30 a.m.).
LPGATOUR
Hana Bank KOLON Championship
Site: Incheon, South Korea
Schedule: Friday-Sunday
Course: Sky 72 Golf Club, Ocean
Course (6,490 yards, par 72).
Purse: $1.6 million. Winner's share;
$240,000.
Television: None.


SOCCER

MLS playoffs

Conference Semifinals
(Two-legAggregate Score Series)
SEastern Conference


Saturday
Houston at New York, 4 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 9
New York at Houston, 3 p.m.
CD Chivas USA vs. Real Salt Lake
Saturday
CD Chivas USA at Real Salt Lake,
6 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 8
Real Salt Lake at CD Chivas USA,
10:30 p.m.


HOCKEY

NHL games

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


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Today
At Panama City, Panama, Anselmo
Moreno, Panama, vs. Rolly Matsushita,
Philippines, 12, for Moreno's WBA
bantamweight title.
Saturday
At Oberhausen, Germany, Felix
Sturm, Germany, vs. Sebastien Sylvester,
Germany, 12, for Sturm's WBA middle-
weight title.
At Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino,
Las Vegas, Nonito Donaire, Philippines,
vs. Moruti Mthalane, South Africa, 12, for
Donaire's IBF-IBO flyweight title.
At The Home Depot Center, Carson,
Calif. (SHO), Cristian Mijares, Mexico,
vs. Vic Darchinyan, Armenia, 12, for the
WBA-WBC-IBF flyweight titles; Andre
Dirrell, Flint, Mich., vs. Victor Oganov,
Russia, 10, super middleweights.
At Chihuahua, Mexico, Daniel Ponce
de Leon, Huntington- Park, Calif., vs.
Damian David Marchiano, Argentina,
10, superbantamweights; Marcos Reyes,
Mexico, vs. Saul Duran, Mexico, 10, super
middleweights; Efren Hinojosa, Mexico, vs.
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style wrestling.
Though she's a beast on
the mat, Cormier appears
shy in person, and gener-
ally comes off as grateful
for the position she's in.
She was quick to give
credit to everyone, and
especially coach Jason
Howard.
"He's taught me a lot.
At first I was really bad,"
Cormier said. "Now the
girls always come up and
say that they can't do that,
and I'm there to tell them
they can."
It didn't come easy for
Cormier though as, she
puts in the work daily.


A general day includes
about five hours of training
including three hours at a.
wrestling room built in her
backyard by her father.
The next step for
Cormier is to keep train-
ing in an attempt to tryout
for the Olympics in four
years.
"That's what I would
love to do," Cormier said
sounding her age. "That
would be so cool."
For now, she's focused
on living as normal a
life as anyone her age
could. Besides wrestling,
Cormier is also involved in
cheerleading, plays soft-


ball, and is on the weight-
lifting team.
Perhaps the one of her
favorite accomplishments
though was' being nomi-
nated for the homecoming
court.
"I went out for home-
coming, and made the
court," Coimier said. "Next
Thursday they'll announce
who wins at Indian upris-
ing."
With a 24-4 record
against females, and
41-19 record against males,
Cormier's already collect-
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fine lining in the loss, and
took notice of a Fort White
squad that fought until the
final whistle.
"Those guys fought
hard," Jackson said. "I
thought we were in better
shape. as the game wore
on. When you look at us,
and then see they're 70
or more guys, and they're
winded that says a lot."
Still, how does Jackson
take that extra energy and
use it as his team prepares
to move forward?


"We're going to be
more physical. I think we
showed how physical we
are," Jackson said. '"They
try to come out and show
they're Madison, and we
just fought- back,'. (Next
time) we just can'tgive up
the big plays." '
Though the Indians
may be licking their chops
for a rematch against the
Cowboys, the Indians
remain focused on their
next two opponents.
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to focus on the task at
hand, and Pensacola has
been playing some good
ball (if we face them in the
playoffs)," Jackson said,
'Taylor beat Dixie though,
and we have to go out and
win that game."
The Indians will meet
Taylor County High Nov.
7th, with the winner get-
ting the district runner up
spot in the playoffs. First
up, the Indians must beat
the Trojans on Friday night
at 7:30 in Hamilton.


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110 Employment
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Will care for elderly in your home.
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170 Business
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310 Pets & Supplies
9 mo. old male Chinchilla &
2 tier cage. $95 for all.
Call 386-776-1943
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AKC LAB PUPPY.
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$400. Health Certificate.
Call: (386)752-2276
Beautiful baby Basset
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330 Livestock &
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THROWS GOOD CALVES.
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$40.00
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410 Lawn & Garden
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386-752-7940
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machine. Stihl blower, sm trailer.
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11 Machinery &
411 Tools
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419 TV-Radio &
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Come early. Sat. &Sun Behind
S&S on Pinemomunt. 8am -?
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All Yard Sale Ads
Must be Pre-Paid.

Sat. 8-?. Take S 247, R Troy Rd.,
at dead end L on Mt. Carmel.
1970 VW Beetle, Full ,Living Rm
Suit & other furn., Harley Parts,
Scuba Equipment, other sporting
goods, TV's, appliances, tons of
Christmas decor, & Much More!
Yard Sale Sat. 8-lpm, at 190 NW
Bison Ct. Call 752-8479 for direc-
tions. Stove, Recliner, Truck Tool
Box, tools, kid's clothes & more
Yard Sale, Auction, Gospel Sing,
Festival & Benefit Sat. 11/1 6am
-? at Tabernacle Baptist Church on
Montrose Ave. Refreshments
avail. & Chili dinner from 5-6pm.


1950 CLEAR Bubble Glass
9 Goblets & 9 Sherbert
7 Juice. $60.00
386-755-5432
'4-GOODYEAR 275/60/20.
SUsed tires.
Good Condition.
$150. 386-365-8940
Adult Diaper Pants.
Large size package.
Only $17
386-758-1358
ELECTRIC SCOOTER.
Made by Pride, New, Excellent
condition. $1000. obo.
386-961-9220
Gold Gym pull up equipment,
GT2000, new condition, Bought
for person to prepare for Marine
Corps. $50.00 386 497 1576
Mobile Home Exterior
Door. (not pre- hung)
Only $45.00
Call 386-758-1358
Rider Mower (A-1) Guns, Civil
War/Deer Rifle/Shotgun. Garden
Pond w/ pump & Filter. Wood
Microwave Cart. 386-961-9171
Signature Coach Hobo Handbag
Authentic Like new.
Paid $250.00, selling for $100.00
386-752-8157
Snakes, Skunk, all with cages, sofa
w/matching chair, dining room
table & chairs all FOR SALE:
Call: 386-752-0396
TENNIS RACKET
Margaret Court
Never Used. $25.00
386-755-5432
TOTAL GYM ELITE, COMES
WITH FLIP CHART, WATER
BOTTLE HOLDER AND MAT.
$200. 386-755-1002
Voters Please Consider:
For Those Who Fought,
Freedom Has a Flavor
The Protected Will Never Know!

4 0 Good Things
450 to Eat
Fresh From Truluck Farms
Acre Peas Shelled Bushelle
$20.00. Call: 386-935-0545 or
647-7968 or 647-7969
Peacan Season is Here! For your
Pecan needs come to Robert
Taylor, The Nutcracker on 252
West. 386-963-4138
POJ-SUGAR CANE
For Sale in the Field.
Call: 386-935-3579 or
352-949-1842


460 Firewood
Seasoned Split Oak 4'x8' rack
16-"-18" long. $45 you pick up or
$70 delivered within a
10 mile radius Call 386-752-1874

630 Mobile Homes
630 for Rent
14 Wide- 2br/2ba, Clean, quiet
country park. $475/Mo Water,
garbage, sewer Incl.,Dep. & Ref.
Req'd. NO PETS. 386-758-2280
14x70 MH, 2Br/IBa Real Clean
& Nice. CH/A, Good Location!
$550/Mo. + $400 Dep. NO PETS.
(386)755-0064 or (904)771-5924
2 Ig br/2 full ba. Lg. extended
living rm & kitchen. Close to area
springs, (Jenny.) Incl. ele., water &
garbage, $750.mo. (386)462-5136
(352) 258-1548 or (352)317-7585
2/1 or 3/1 MH in quiet park in
Lake City wkly or mthly + dep.
No Pets. Elec. incl. in some units!
C21 Jackie Taylor 386-590-3013.
2br/2ba units. Rent incl water &
trash pick up. Convenient location
1/2 mi. east of downtown Lake
City. 386-623-7547 /386-984-8448
3br/2ba DWMH located 5 mi NW
of Ft. White. No Pets $700/Mo.
Plus refundable $300 deposit.
386-497-3991
3BR/2BA DWMH on 1 ac.
private lot in Ellisville. Available
July 20th. $700. mo. plus security
deposit. 386-454-2250
Beautiful MH 2Br/2Ba in country
setting w/ Ig carport/patio, & shed.-
$550/Mo. Offer Senior Discount
386-755-4965 or 752-0981
Cannon Creek MH Park
2 & 3 bedroom homes $450-$650.
monthly. Call for move in specials
(386)752-6422
Country Living
2Br/2Ba MH in Ft. White,
$600/Mo, + 1st, Last & Dep.
Call: (386)365-3578
FREE RENT (1st Month)
3Br/2Ba & 2Br/2Ba in sm. SE
MHP. Sm. pets ok. Dep. $500,1
last mths rent $575. 352-281-2450
Lg 3br/2ba w/study, enclosed
porch. CH/A, W/D h/up. No Pets!
Christian Comm., O'Brien. $625
mo & $625 Dep. 386-288-2651
MHs for Rent: 2br/lba's starting at
$450 & 3br/2ba's starting at $550
Incl. water, sewer, garb quiet,
clean, trees, pond. 386-961-0017
Mobile Homes for rent in
White Springs. 2 and
3 bedrooms. Contact
386-867-2337 or 397-1522
Rent/lease/option to buy. 3br/2ba
DWMH 28X52, '97 Homes of
Merritt on 5 ac in Ellisville area.
$750. mo + dep. 386-752-5450
SWMH 2br/2ba
In O'Brien $450.mo.
386-935-0230
Call for more information.
SWMH, Private lot. Absolutely
No pets., Urban area. $650. mo.
Total move in charges $1,500.
References req'd. 386-752-4348


XCLEAN 2br/2ba SW, private
.i..Jice acre, NW nice area. $550 mo,
$1,500 needed to move in,
no dogs 386.961.9181

640 Mobile Homes
640 for Sale

05521350"
Manufatured Home, 32x76;
4Br/3Ba on 10.3 Wooded
Acres. Rural Setting, White
Springs Area. $169,995.

PRESTIGE
HOME CENTERS

3973 Hwy 90 West
Lake City, Florida
Call: 386-752-7751
or 1-800-355-9385

05521359
Only $500-$1000 Down,
With Your Land!
A* *-AA**NAAA1
PRESTIGE
HOME CENTERS


3973 Hwy 90 West
Lake City, FL
386-752-7751
1-800-355-9385

1996 SKYLINE
14X52 2 bedroom
$10,970.
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560


640 Mobile Homes
640 for Sale
41ft furnished DWMH in over 55
mobile home park. Excel. cond.
New roof, heat pump & air cond.
New tile in Handicapped access.
master bathroom, 12x20 sunroom
w/wdws & screens. Attached
carport w/screened back porch.
Seperate shed w/ele, & windows.
Open House Thursday Oct. 30.
12-4pm or by appt. Call
386-719-8845 or (239)269-3066
Discounted Jocobson Homes
3 lot models for sale
Save Thousands
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
ONE TIME OFFER! 3 left
3/2 "2009" 28X40 .
Direct from factory $26,000
Call Jared @ 386-288-2374
OWNER FINANCING
3/2 in Deere Creek Subdivision
Modular w/Land. Easy terms.
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
Owner Financing, '93 Horton MH
14x70, 1 Ac. in 3 Rivers Estates.
Lg screen porch & carport. $50K
386-961-5078, afteri7pm.
90 Miles South
That's Where the Very Best Deal
is on any Fleetwood Home.
32X80...$65,900
28X80...$57,900
28X44...$28,875
Come and see Big Dave in Ociala
352-484-9872
Drive A Lot, Save alot More!!!
Fleetwood Homes of Ocala!
Bring any Fleetwood Floor Plan
To David Walker in Ocala and I
will save you Thousands!
Drive A Lot... Save A Lot More!
Call Uncle Dave for Directions to
your savings (352)484-9872
32X80 FLEETWOOD 4/2
To many options to list
Free Furniture Package
$69,900, Delivered & Set.
Call Big Dave in Ocala
352-484'-9872 -
ATTENTION LAKE CITY
Its A Buyer's Market
Come to Ocala and see why
3/2....$28,875 or 4/2....$49,96.5
FREE Furniture Avail.
Call Big Dave 352-484-9872

Mobile Home
O650& Land


Well Kept: 2br/2ba SW, private
nice acre, heat pump, metal roof,
workshop, 8 mi to VA $47,000
cash only 386.961.9181

710 Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent

$475 MOVES YOU IN
Eff. &1 Bedroom from $455
$575 MOVES YOU IN
2 Bedroom From $555.
POOL
386-758-8029
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04527301
2/1 Duplex with approx. 900 sq.
located off Old Country Club
Rd. $625./mo + security.
Credit check required.
Call B.J. Federico,
Century 21, The Darby
Rogers Co. @386-365-5884

05521300
Move in Specials!

2br/l or 1.5ba Apt. Incl wtr
$550 $625 to move in!
3Br $600 $650/Mo & to
move in. Water Included.
2Br/2Ba MH $500/Mo.
Water Included.
For Details Call: 386-755-2423











1 & 2 Bedrooms
$450/mo. to $750/mo.
plus security.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626

1/1 w/ office, New Carpet AC,
great downtown loc. $500/mo.
ref.req. + 1st, last & sec.
386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951


710 Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent .

05521384
$599 MOVES
YOU IN!
NEW 2 BR APTS.
WASHER-DRYER
Hookups
SECURITY GATE -- POOL
200 FREE Channels
$50-$70 Electric Bills
Call Today! 386-754-1800
Windsor Arms

lbr Lg. & Clean.
CH/A Lg. Walk-in Closet.
$425/mo. $350. Sec. Dep. Req'd.
Call (904)563-6208
2BR. DUPLEX CH/A Kitchen
equipped includes dishwasher.
Blinds, Washer/Dryer hookup.
386-752-6138 or 752-5389
2BR/2BA 1100 sq ft. on the West
side of town. $725 plus 1st,
last and $400 security.
386-755-6867
2BR/2BA LUXURY Apartment
with garage. 5 min. from Timco &
VA Medical Center.
386-755-4590 or 386-365-5150
2br/2ba with loft on
4 acres. $750.mo.
Includes water, sewer, & trash.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626
Brick Duplex 2/1 Close to school.
CH/A, Carpet, tile, $600 mo,+
Dep. Water & garbage incl. Call
386-752-0118 or 386-623-1698
Lg. 2br/2ba duplex great location
W of 1-75, Garage W/D hook-up,
from $650 + Sec. Dep. (386)466-
7391, 344-3715, or 965-5560.
Oct. Discount Special! Select
Studios & 1Br's Start at $135/wk.
Free BasicBCable Monthly
Discounts available. 386-752-2741


$199/Mo! 4br HUD!
5% dn 15 yrs @ 8% for
listings
800-366-9783 ext H411
$550.MO 3br/2ba MH. New
kitchen cabinets,w/d hookups,
bath upgrade, Central H/AC.
Call to see (352)505-9264
2br/lba Close to shopping/
downtown. 900sq ft. Lg walk in
closet. $600/mo +$800. security
457 SE Paxton Pl. 386-755-0644
3/1 house at 667 NE Double Run
Rd. Near Target. CH/A. Dogs OK.
$725 mo. Florida Homes and
Land, Inc. 386-755-5936
3br/1.5ba Recently Renovated
Brick. 3 mi. S of town on 247.
$875 mo. 1st, last & deposit. No
Pets 386-755-3633/904-759-9359
3br/1.5Ba w/den, Very Clean,-
fenced, indoor laundry rm, CH/A,
Quiet area in Lake City. $925 mo
+ $925 dep. w/ref. 941-920-4535
3br/lba $700, mo. 1st last &
sec. Ref. & employment verifica-
tion req'd. Avail. Nov. 9th. No
Pets! 386-755-5978 before 3pm.
3BR/1BA W/ 2 outside sheds.
Near L.C.C.C. Fenced Yard.
4500/mo. 1st, last & security.
386-752-0335 M-F 8 -4
3BR/2.5BA 3 acres OR
3BR/2BA 5 acres
Rent or Rent to Own
352-514-2152


3Br/2Ba Home, 1600 Sqft,,
Carpet, CH/A, Lg. Garage, Great
Room, W/D Hookup, 1 Acre,
located 2 miles out 47 South.
Very nice area. Partial fence.
$950/Mo: 386-752-3156
3Br/2Ba, Newer Home
off Country Club (near 252),
132 SE Hanover P1. $900/Mo. +
Dep..NO PETS. 386-755-8960
4Br/2Ba, CH/A, 1 Acre on
CR 245A. Near Community
College. $850/Mo
(904)708-8478 or (904)635-5437
4br/2ba, on 2 ac. Garage, screened
porch, utility room & CH/A. On
Hwy 47. $950.mo $950 dep. Ref.
req'd.(386) 752-9144 or.755-2235
HOME: Country Setting 3br/lba.
NO PETS! CH/A & appliances.
Security deposit & $600/mo.
Credit check req'd. 386-752-3225
Shady, secluded MH. Newly
decorated. 3br/2ba. Ft. White.
$700.mo plus 1st, last and security.
NO PETS! 386-497-1116.

740 Furnished
SHomes for Rent
1 BR-Clean as a whistle,
W/D, AC water, cable & lawn
service. High school area. No pets.
$550.mo. 386-755-0110


Jody DuPree for County Commissioner Distict 3


t240 Schools &
240* Education


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740 Furnished
S Homes for Rent
Ibr/lba. $650.mo. or
3br/3ba. $1,200. mo. Sec. Dep
req'd. Ichetucknee River Rental
386-752-1314 or 397-3258

750 Business &
Office Rentals


I Rental Space next to


805 Lots for Sale


accept any advertising for real es-
tate which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ble on an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
the toll free
telephone number to the hearing
impaired is 1-800-927-9275.


Winn-Dixie, High traffic Area.
800 Sq. Ft. $800 + CAM.
1-800-342-0135 1 810 Home for Sale


05521402
Warehouse/Office Space
For Lease
e 1,200.Sqft near Middle
School. $750/mo.
6,800 Sqft behind Morrells
$3,500/mo. (1st Mo. Free)
11,652 Sqft near 1-75 &
SR 47 $4,375/mo.
Seber Associates (broker)
386-758-9990
www.seberassociates.com

3288 SqFt. Prime Location!'
Direct Exposure to Main Blvd.
Call Today!
386-752-9144 or 755-2235
For Lease 4,500 S.F. Metal
Building. 1,000 S.F. Office Space,
3,500 S.F Warehouse, 1,000 S.F.
Storage over Office. 1.87 Acres.
Great Location. Located at 4176
South US Hwy 441 386-397-6621
Large & small spaces avail, in
Country Club Plaza on East Baya.
Call 904-579-6645 weekdays.
Weekends call 386-497-4762
OFFICE BUILDING for Rent
1000-3000 sq ft. East Duval Street.
Call Charles Peeler Realty
.386-438-8073
Office Space for Lease Baya Ave;
900 sq. ft./$856 mo. or 1,800 sq.
ft./$1,553 me. incl. basic utilities;
High speed internet & security
ready; Furnished; 386-752-4072
Office Space located at Oakhill
Plaza on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
$600/mo. plus tax. Call Michelle.
386-752-9626
Retail/Commercial
-* Approx. 1200 sq ft., Utilities Inc.
$950.00/month. Call 752-5035
A Bar Sales 7 day 7-7
WAREHOUSE
With small office, on US 41 N at
Moore Rd. Fenced Yard.
Call: 1-800-342-0135

770 Condos For Rent

04527302
3 golf course condos for sale or
rent, 2 and 3 BR avail, starting
at $165,000 or $1150/month.
Call Sandy Kishton,
Daniel Crapps Agency, Inc.
386-344-0433.

ST. AUGUSTINE Beach
Nightly/weekends/weekly/monthly
Brand new, 3 Bdr. 1600 Sq. ft.
Call (386)961-1961

790 Vacation Rentals
Fall Special Horseshoe Beach
Gulf Front 2br home, w/lg water-
front porch, dock, fish sink. Avail
wkends. $345. or wk $845.
(352)498-5986/386-235-3633

805 Lots for Sale
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the fair
housing act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex,
disability, familial status or nation-
al origin; or any intention to make
such preference, limitation or
discrimination.! Familial status
includes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
dren under the age of 18. This
newspaper will not knowingly


04526945
3Br/2Ba with Appliances built
on your lot. $69,900. Visit:
www.dugardconstruction.com
or call 904-259-5008
2 STORY house For Sale. New
from Floors to roof. 3br/2ba, 1600
sq ft. Great neighborhood.
S$134.000. 386-965-3470
2/1 REMODELED Home.
New Roof, AC & plumbing.
Fenced yard. Nice neighborhood.
Priced for quick sale. $88,600.
386-697-5373 ,
3br/2ba Block, on Saturn. 5 ac.w
extra sewer & power. $140,000
Lake City Florida Realty.
386-754-0800
4 br/2ba Home! Only $14,900!
More homes available!
For lisings
800-366-9783 ext 5736
Brick 3Br/2Ba, 1657 SqFt,.For
Sale or Lease., $154,450. w/ Ig.
fam. rm, utility rm, on Culdasac.
248 Sw Melon Ct. 386-755-5317
MUST SELL Owner Motivated
House & 10 ac. w/garage & 2 out
buildings. $174,900 Will consider
any reasonable offer 386-935-4205
MUST SELL! 4br/3.5ba.
3000 sq ft home. on 10 acres built
in 2005. Only $149,000.
386-965-3470
NEW CUSTOM 3/2 Home
Lake Jeffery Area 2200 Sq Ft. on
1/2 acre Lot Wood & Tile Floors,
solid surface kitchen, crown mold
Tray Ceiling, His/Her Closets
$219,000. 386-752-5035 X 1910
7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales
OWNER FINANCE
2br/lba, frame home on comer lot.
Needs TLC. 566 SE Monroe St.
386-867-0048

820 Farms&
2O AAcreage
5 AC. w/well & power pole.
'Partly cleared. 1/2 mi. from Sante
Fe River. Reduced to $50,000.obo
Call: 386-497-4084
Owner Finance, 5 Acres.
5 miles Southwest of Town.
Just off Pinemount. $55,000.
386-752-1314 or 397-3258
Owner Financed
Half-acre to 10 'acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Properties.
386-752-4339 www.landnfl.com
SO GEORGIA, 220 ac. Rolling
hills w/creek & hardwoods.
Hunting cabin & well. Deer/
Turkey. $379,000. (912)568-7480

830 PCommercial
8O3 Property

04527369
WAREHOUSE
16,000 sq ft, 7 acres. Fenced,
close to Downtown.
Tom Eagle, GRI.
386-755-5110
Daniel Crapps.Realtors

04527423
"Turn-Key Restaurant
Business for Sale -
PRICE DRASTICALLY
REDUCED. Great location on
W. U:S. 90 with good visibility.
Priced to sell at $75,000.
Call Maston Crapps at Daniel
Crapps Agency, Inc. (Realtor)
386-365-1444."


830 Commercial
Property

s55214103
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


930 Motorcycles

Motorcycle For Sale. 1982 Honda
Goldwing GL 1100. Color
matched Vetter Fairing, trunk &
bags. Cycle sound w/AM/FM.
Mostly original. Needs little work
to ride anywhere. $2,000.
386-965-8150 after 6pm.


950 Cars for Sale

1975 MUSTANG II coupe, 4 cy-
lander, 62,000 ORIGINAL miles.
Automatic. In Running Cond.
Asking $1,200. 386-365-0697

91 CHEVY CAPRICE
White 4D Sedan. 5L, V8.
AC. Clean. New mflr &
tran. $3,000. 466-8999

NICE 2br/2ba MH in a country
setting. 10 min. to town.
Columbia City area. $550. mo.
Call Jim 386-961-9192


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Everything you need to know for a supremely fun and safe Halloween.


Jackets should
be worn over
costumes on dool
Halloween nights.


Remember to walk, and not
run, between houses.
I Ray Hall
Enterprises
V 3333 SW
Centerville Ave
SFt. White, FL
32038


Don't cut across
yards or driveways.
DEES-PARRish FAMily [
FUNERAl HOME
458 S Marion Ave
386-961-9500


Light your jack-o'-lantern
with a battery-powered
light instead of a candle.

P tablies
792 SW Bascom Norris Dr.
386-755-4313


Trick-or-treat only in familiar
neighborhoods close to home.


'THE PLUMBER
I 755-9789
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Unfamiliar animals
and pets should
be avoided.

Utopia Chalet
352-378-7059


Visit only houses that are lit.
SAVA GF
SERVICES
Together Everyone
Achieves More
386-755-9097


Props such as a sword or
wand should only be
flexible toys.

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