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Publication Date: January 30, 2009
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Man allegedly shot his
neighbor in the back
during a fight Jan. 16.
From staff reports
A Columbia County man who
allegedly shot his neighbor in the
back during a fight and fled from
authorities, was arrested-and is
in the Columbia County Jail. His
bond was set at $26,000 bond,
according to police reports.
Irving Jeffrey White Jr., also


Tornado
warning

drill set
next week
NationalWeather
Service event sets
forWednesday.
By TONY BRITT .
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
The National Weather
Service will conduct a prac-
tice tornado warning drill as
part of Florida's Hazardous
Weather Awareness Week.
The tornado warning drill
will go out as a live tornado
warning on area weather
radio broadcasts next
week.
Florida's Hazardous
Weather Aivareness Week
is from Feb. 1 to Feb. 7.
Local schools will have the
opportunity tosbrush up on
their tornado preparedness-
drills when the National
Weather Service takes
part in its annual tornado
warning drill.
This year's drill has been
scheduled for 10:10 to 10:30
a.m. on Wednesday. In the
event of adverse .weather,
the drill will be postponed
until 10:10 to 10:30 a.m.
Friday, Feb. 6.The NWS
Jacksonville tornado warn-
ing drill will be issued for
Alachua, Baker, Bradford,
S Clay, Columbia, Duval,
Flagler, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Marion, Nassau, Putnam, St.
Johns, Suwannee, and Union
counties. All other counties
in Florida will receive prac-
tice tornado warnings from
other NWS offices.
On Wednesday around
10:10 a.m. the NWS fore-
cast offices serving Florida
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known as "Swerve," 19, 102 NW
Maxwell Glen, was arrested
. Wednesday and charged with pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. He also faces active
warrants for aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon in connec-
tion with a Jan. 16: shooting..
Columbia County Sheriff's.
Office reports indicate the shoot-'
ing happened around ,9 p.m..
Friday on Jan. 16 on Northwest
-Maxwell Glen when the victim
was involved in a fight with some


neighbors, and during the
altercation White allegedly pulled
a. .22-caliber handgun and fired
three shots.
One of the shots struck the.
victim in the lower back and 'he-
was rushed to a local hospital by
family members. Reports indicate
his injuries did, not appear to be
life-threatening.
According to a press release
from the Columbia: County
Sheriff s Office issued Thursday,
a deputy received. information on


White's possible whereabouts and
the officer went to the location
with two other deputies, attempt-
ing to make an arrest.
Reports indicate when White
saw the law enforcement officers
he attempted to flee the scene on
foot and was chased and arrested.
Later Wednesday evening,
another deputy learned about the
location of the firearm allegedly
used in the shooting. The gun
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JASON MATTHEW WALKERIL^-' ,i, i.r:,
.The Columbia County School District held its 2009 School-Related Employees of the Year Luncheon Thursday
afternoon. The nominees are (front row, from far left): Shirley Harris, Jacqueline Riggs, Elizabeth Rossin,
Frances Green and Cheryl Beckman. (Middle row, from far left): Valaundra Williams, Sharonr Yates, Verlene
Griffin and Brenda Outlaw. (Back row, from far left): Patricia Bradley, Sandra Carpenter, William Highland,
Gabriel Hawkins and Christie Hogan.

Rossin named 2009 Columbia County
School-Related Employee of the Year


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
lizabeth I. Rossin
was named the 2009
Columbia County
Employee of the
Year on Thursday.
Rossin, who serves as


a secretary, bookkeeper,
registrar and GED proctor
at the Columbia County
School District Administrative
Complex, was named the
recipient of the award during
the annual school district
luncheon. She was chosen to
receive the award over 13 of
her peers.


The honor is given to
recognize outstanding
school support personnel
in the Columbia County
School District. There are
approximately 700 support
personnel on staff in the district.
Rossin has served the school
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Committee for 150th
anniversary seeks photos


Winners will have
their work displayed
during celebration.
From staff reports
The 150th Anniversary
Celebration Committee is
seeking photos that capture
the atmosphere, activity and
culture of the community.
Winners will have the
opportunity to have their
photo displayed prominently.
There are three age groups:
Youth, younger than 18; Adult,
18-49 years; and Senior, 50


and older. There are three
subject categories: Natural
Resources; Events; Historical
Buildings and Sites. Photos
are to be from 2008 and 2009.
The required format is
to submit a 5-inch by 7-inch
photo and digital copy on
CD (if possible). Each entry
must be accompanied by an
entry form and enclosed in an
envelope.
To obtain an entry form,
go online to www.lakecity
flhistory.com.
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saves

woman
Female was found
slumped over in
vehicle at stop sign.
From staff reports
A High Springs woman,
who was unresponsive and
having a medical emergen-
cy while in her car at a
stop sign, was saved by a
Columbia County Sheriff's
Office deputy who realized
her life was in danger..
According to a Columbia
County Sheriff's Office
press release, Deputy James
Coonce was dispatched to
a suspicious vehicle call.
Wednesday at County Road
131 and Southwest Forest
Lawn Way.
Reports indicate the vehi-
cle was stopped at a stop
sign for a long period of
time, obstructing traffic.
Coonce approached. the
car and saw a female driver
slumped over in the driver's
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BLACK HISTORY
MONTH

Plenty

of events
planned

Art contest, prayer
breakfast, soul food
.slated next month.
By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com
The .Lake City
Sesquicentennial Celeb-
ration includes several
events in conjunction with
National Black History
Month, said Audre'
Washington, chairwoman
of the Black History Month
Subcommittee.
An art contest, a prayer
breakfast, several days of
soul food being served and
other highlights mark the
month.
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seat. He attempted to wake
the woman, but she was not
responsive.
Coonce saw that the
woman's face and lips were
turning purple and she did
not appear to be breathing,
according to reports.
Coonce broke out the
passenger window of the
car and attempted to wake
the woman again, but she
was still unresponsive. He
removed her from the car
and immediately began
CPR after determining she
did not have a pulse and
was not breathing.
Coonce continued CPR
until the Columbia County
Fire Department and emer-
gency medical services
arrived.
The woman, later identi-
fied as Amanda Elliot, no
age given, of High Springs,
was taken to' Shands Lake
Shore Hospital. She was
listed in stable condition at
press time.
"Sgt. Coonce relied on his
training as a deputy sheriff
and as a former medic in the
U.S..Army reserves," said
Columbia County Sheriff
Mark Hunter in a prepared
statement. "If not for his
quick actions, Ms. Elliot
may not have survived this
incident By his actions, Sgt.
Coonce has shown that our
deputy sheriffs are not just
there to make arrests, they
are first responders and are
committed to the service of
the community."


LCCC to host Science Olympiad on Saturday


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.comrn
Lake City Community College
will play host to a regional com-
petition for the Florida Science
Olympiad on Saturday, the first
time the college has hosted a com-
petition in the history of the state-
wide event
Those participating at the region-
al competition will be eligible to
move on to the state and possibly
national competitions. The state


competition will be hosted at the
University of Central Florida on
Feb. 28, followed by the national
championship the 25th anni-
versary of the event sched-
uled to take place May 15 and
16 at Augusta State University in
Augusta, Ga.
The regional competition will
see seven teams from the North
Florida area competing, including
two teams from Lake City. Both
Columbia High School and Lake City
Middle School are fielding teams


and will compete against teams
from Bartram Trail High School in
St. Johns County; Matanzas High
School, Palm 'Coast; River City
Science Academy, Jacksonville;
Stars Middle School, Tallahassee;
and Sweetwater Branch Academy,
Gainesville. Each team will consist of
15 students.
Teams competing in the Science
Olympiad will be given various
projects throughout the day and
be asked to complete them accord-
ing to a certain set of instructions


ROSSIN: School-Related Employee of the Year


Continued From Page 1A
district for 28 years and
was called an "exemplary
employee" and "role
model" by Dorothy.
Spradley, the Columbia
County School District
volunteer coordinator, who
made the presentation.
"Her duties and
responsibilities are vast
and have increased due
to reduction in staff, but
whenever needed, she is
quick to assist," Spradley
said.
Rossin said she felt very
humbled to win the award.
"I didn't think it would
be me because there are
a lot of good employees
in Columbia County and
at the school board,"
Rossin said. "But I'm very
appreciative and excited
about it"
Rossin was one of 14
nominated for the award.


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Lake City Mayor Stephen Witt awards Elizabeth Rossin with
the key to the city in recognition of being named 2009 Florida
School-Related Employee of the Year. .


A school-related employee,
from each school in the
district, as well as the
administrative complex,


was nominated: William
Tyronne Highland,
Challenge Learning
Center; Frances T.


.Green, Columbia City
Elementary School;
Sandra K. Carpenter,
Columbia High School;
Sharon KI Yates, Eastside
Elementary School;
Valaundra Williams,
Five Points Elementary
School; Verlene Z. Griffin,
Fort White Elementary
School; Cheryl Beckman,
Fort White High School;
Jacqueline J. Riggs, Lake
City Middle School;
Patricia Bradley, Melrose
Park Elementary School;
Shirley A. Harris,
Niblack Elementary
School; Gabriel Hawkins,
Richardson Middle School;
Brenda Outlaw, Summers
Elementary School; and
Christie Hogan, Westside
Elementary School.
Each nominee received
a plaque and $125 from ihe
school district.


and in an allotted amount of time.
These topics will include anatomy,
chemistry, engineering, environ-
mental chemistry and earth sci-
ence. Projects range from bridge
building to constructing a device
that is capable of launching a pro-
jectile through the air.
The competition begins at 10
a.m. with an awards ceremony tak-
ing place at 4:30 p.m. Some of the
events during the day will be open
to the public, but others will take
place behind closed doors.


PHOTOS:
Continued From Page 1A
The deadline for all
entries is July 24.
Finalist photos will .be
judged by a panel of profes-
sional photographers.
Entries are welcome any-
time from Jan. 1 until July
24. Entries postmarked after
July 24, will not be accepted.
Entries should be mailed
or delivered to: Paulette M.
Lord, 263 NW Lake City
Ave., Lake City, FL 32055.
Call (386) 758-1367.
First prize contest win-
ners will receive $100, have
their photo displayed on the
cover of a new county bro-
chure and will receive an
award certificate.
Second place winners Will
receive $75 have their pho-
tos prominently displayed
in the community during
the month of August and
receive a certificate.
Third place winners will
receive $50 and'will have
their photo displayed in
the community during the
month of August and will
receive a certificate.


will transmit a practice tornado warning
through NOAA Weather radio. The warn-
ing is expected to trigger the Emergency
Alert System for televisions. The practice
tornado warning will be canceled at 10:30
a.m.
Shayne Morgan, Columbia County
Emergency Management specialist said
every year during Hazardous Weather
Week, the National Weather Service sched-
ules a tornado warning drill.
"It gives the -schools a chance to .test.
out their tornado warning plans and those


kinds of things," he said. "All the weather
radios in the schools will go off like it's a
live tornado."
Morgan said the NWS has issued the
preview warning so that people wouldn't
be frightened when the warning came
across the radio.
'"We're (emergency management offi-
cials) just aware of it and we monitor it, but
it's not an emergency management drill,"
he said. "All local schools have the weather
alert radios and they will get to hear the
tornado alert"


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OPINION


Friday, January 30, 2009


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OUR


OUR
OPINION


Teenagers

implored

to adhere

to safety

nothing, not even
a community
outpouring of
prayers and
condolences, can
offset the tragic death of Joshua
Barton, a Fort White teenager
who died Tuesday in a
single-vehicle accident.
While it's difficult to make
sense of any such tragedy, it is
especially hard to do so with
Josh. From all appearances, this
was a young man who, even at
Sthe age of 17, knew the value
of commitment, hard work and
community involvement. His
voluminous friendships and
membership in national honor
and leadership societies and
scholarship organizations attest
to this,
As' a member of Fort White
High School's baseball and
soccer teams, Josh learned to
play by the rules. Apparently,
this carried over to his life
off the field. When Tuesday's
accident happened en route
to a team fundraiser, he was
wearing a seat belt and the use
of alcohol is not suspected to
be a factor in the crash.
Josh's death, and our
community loss, will not be
soon forgotten. Indeed, we
cannot forget that last year
there were three teen deaths
from vehicle accidents.
Our prayers for the Barton
family join those of the
community's. We ask that, in
homage to Josh's memory,
all teen drivers place safety
first when they are behind the
wheel.

HIG H LIG HTS
IN HISTO RY
Today is Friday, Jan. 30, the 30th
day of 2009. There are 335 days
left in the year.
1 In 1979, the civilian government
of Iran announced it had decided to
allow Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini,
who'd been living in exile in France,
to return.
In 2003, Richard Reid, the British
citizen and al-Qaida follower who'd
tried to blow up a trans-Atlantic
jetliner with explosives hidden in his
shoes, was sentenced to life in prison
by a federal judge in Boston.

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Even left laughing at global warming


S o-called "global
warming" has shrunk
from problem to
punch line. And now,
Leftists are laughing,
too. It's hard not to chuckle at
the idea of Earth boiling in a
carbon cauldron when the news
won't cooperate:
Nearly four inches of snow
blanketed the United Arab
Emirates' Jebel Jais region for
just the second time in recorded
history on Jan. 24. Citizens were
speechless. The local dialect
has no word for snowfall.
Dutchmen on ice skates
sped past windmills as canals
in Holland froze in mid-January
for the first time since 1997.
Defense Minister Eimert van
Middelkoop, who inhabits
a renovated 17th Century
windmill, stumbled on the ice
and fractured his wrist.
January saw northern
Minnesota's temperatures
plunge to 38 below zero, forcing
ski-resort closures. A Frazee,
Minnesota dog-sled race was
cancelled, due to excessive
snow. Snow whitened Surf City,
North Carolina's beaches. Days
ago, ice glazed Florida's citrus
groves.
As Earth faces global cooling,
both troglodyte Right-wingers
and lachrymose Left-wingers
find Albert Gore's simmering-
planet hypothesis increasingly
hilarious:'
"In terms of (global
warming's) capacity to cause
the human species harm,
I don't think it makes it
into the top 10," Dr. Robert
Giegengack, former chairman
of University of Pennsylvania's
Earth and Environmental
Sciences Department, told
the-Pennsylvania Gazette.
Giegengack voted for Gore
in 2000, and says he likely
would .again.
Commentator Harold
Ambler declared Jan. 3 on
HuffingtonPost.com that he
voted for Barack Obama "for
a thousand times a thousand
reasons." He added that Gore

LETTERS TO

Stimulus package
is not the answer
To the Editor.:
I think we should
congratulate our President and
Congress. With the passing of
the latest economic stimulus
package, they have successfully
hooked our grandchildren
into a lifetime of debt. OK,
so it is government debt, but
the American people are by
definition, a self-ruling society,
and as such, the debt of the
country is in fact the debt of
the citizens. My portion of this
debt is roughly $35,000; in fact
the portion of debt that belongs
to every person, including
newborns, is roughly $35,000.
Once, many years ago, a
person whom I consider much
wiser in matters of money
told me that a person can
never borrow their way out of.
financial problems. I believe
that is as true today as it
was some 20 years ago. Our
elected leaders have staked the


Deroy Murdock
deroy.murdock@gmail.com
"owes the world an apology for
his actions regarding global
warming." He called Gore's
assertion that "the science is
in" on this issue "the biggest
whopper ever sold to the public
in the history of mankind."
"Not only is it false
that human activity has any
significant effect on global
warming or the weather in
general, but for the record,
global warming is over,"
retired Navy meteorologist
Dr. Martin Hertzberg wrote on
carbon-sense. com. The physical
chemist and self-described
"scientist and life-long liberal
Democrat".added: "The
average temperature of Earth's
atmosphere has declined over
the last 10 years..From the.
El Nino Year of 1998 until
January 2007, it dropped a
quarter of a degree Celsius.
(0.45 degrees Fahrenheit).
From January 2007 to the
spring of 2008, it dropped a
whopping three-quarters of a
degree Celsius (1.35 degrees
Fahrenheit). Those data further
prove that the fear-mongering
hysteria about human-caused
global warming is completely
unjustified and is totally
counterproductive to our nation's
essential needs and security."
"It is a tribute to the
scientific ignorance of
politicians an4 journalists that
they keep regurgitating the
nonsense about human-caused
global warming," veteran
Left-wing commentator and
Nation magazine columnist
Alexander Cockburn wrote.
"The greenhouse fear mongers
rely on unverified, crudely
oversimplified models to finger

THE EDITOR

financial well-being of this great
country on a plan that has
failed in the past. It has failed
in the finances of families,
businesses and governments.
Many economists tell us
that the financial bailouts of
President Obama mirrors
closely to the failed fiscal policy
of Franklin D. Roosevelt's "New
*Deal." We now have a "New"
New Deal. The same thing
happened in Japan in the '90s
and, according to some, Japan
still has not yet fully recovered.
While I hope and pray this
time is different, I am reminded
that repeating the same thing
over and over and expecting
different results is insanity.
I urge our elected leaders to
stop the insanity and, despite.
campaign rhetoric, stop doing
things that have historically
failed, and implement things
that have worked. The
well-being of our grandchildren
demands it.
Keith Blackie
Lake City


mankind's sinful contribution -
and carbon trafficking, just like
the old indulgences, is powered
by guilt, credulity, cynicism and
greed."
Some Leftists believe
the collective hallucination
of warmism distracts from
what they consider urgent
progressive priorities:
"The most destructive
force on the, planet is
power-driven financiers and
profit-driven corporations and
their cartels backed by military
might," University of Ottawa
physics professor Dr. Denis
Rancourt has written. "The
global warming myth is a red
herring that contributes to
hiding this truth."
Social historian Dr.
David Noble of Canada's York
. University concurs. He has
lamented that warmism is
"diverting attention from the
radical challenges of the global
justice movements."
Geophysicist Dr. Claude
Allegr~e, previously Education
Minister in France's late
1990s Socialist government,
denounced the "prophets of
doom of global warming."
He sounded amused in a.
September 2006 L'Express
article. 'The ecology of helpless
protesting has become a very
lucrative business for some
people."
"The so-called 'consensus'
on man-made global warming
is not holding up," Sen. James
Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) told
his colleagues Jan. 8. "It is
becoming increasingly clear
that skepticism about man-made
global warming fear is not a
partisan left vs. right issue."
So-called "global warming"
. has accomplished the ,
impossible: It has united liberals
and conservatives in laughter.
New York commentator
Deroy Murdock is a columnist
with the Scripps Howard News
Service and a media fellow with
the Hoover Institution on War,
Revolution and Peace at Stanford
University.


Why would columnist
want Obama to fail?
To The Editor:
In reviewing Reg Henry's
column (Thursday, Jan. 29)
occupying most of the editorial
page, I believe it could be
summed up as follows:
Rush Limbaugh wants
President Obama to fail.
Outrageous! After actually
reviewing Limbaugh's
comments, I find he wants
President Obama's socialist
agenda for our country,
therefore his presidency,
to fail.
Perhaps the leftover space
could be used for more cogent
commentary. Or, perhaps
the Reporter could choose
to publish columnists who
have an intelligent point to
make, instead of those using
hundreds of words, saying


nothing.


John Warr
Fort Wliite


Betsy Hart
bets/sblog.com


Difficult

years. of

parenting

I recently had a friend
and mom of teens
tell me that she and
her husband were
experiencing some of
the most difficult years of their
married life, largely she felt, as
a result of parenting teens.
"Whatever the stresses of
little ones," she said, "that
was easy compared to what
teens can do to you!" She was
exasperated.
Being single with kids
"just barely teens" and
younger, my struggles are
a bit different (dating with
that portfolio is particularly.
interesting!) but there's no
question that the teen years
present challenges to parents
and their relationships with
each other. Only, it seems
all the talk about teens, all
the advice about teens, all
the suggestions about teens
focuses on, well, teens.
What about mom and dad
and their relationship? "
"Dr. Paul" to the rescue.
Dr. Paul is a longtime minister
and trained therapist, and
he currently heads "Insight
Christian Counseling"
(insightcounsel.org) outside
of Philadelphia. I recently
interviewed him on my radio
show. A frequent speaker
on family issues around the
country, he told me his most
popular talk is "Enjoying
the Toughest Years of Your
Marriage" meaning, the
teen years. He says he got
the idea to focus on this issue
because he had so many
people coming to see him for
just this struggle, and he had
seen too many marriages fall
apart after the kids leave home
in what should finally be some
of the most rewarding years of
marriage.
The statistics bear this out:
overall rates of divorce have
dropped about a percent and
a half in the last 10 years, but
risen by 16 percent in the
"married 30 years or more"
category.
Houston, we have a problem.
Paul notes that the reason
the years of raising teens can
be so difficult on a marriage
is that the energy spent on
teens and their problems and
issues dating, what college,
driving, school, friends,
dealing with them as they
become more independent;
let alone the possibility of
drugs, sex or other major fears
- often leave parents with
little emotional reserve for
each other. Minor irritations
between spouses might now
become big irritations.
Sleep deprivation in the
early years of babies and
toddlers is easier to handle
than sleep deprivation because
you are (nervously) waiting
for a teen to get home at night,
always wondering if it's safer
for him to drive or be driven
by a friend. Moreover, he
notes, even if teens are home
they are staying up much
later, and that often deprives
parents of evening hours alone
for physical or just emotional
intimacy.
* I think, and Paul agrees, that
so many parents now spend
their married lives focused
on their kids and making
sure they are anything but
"wonderfully average," that
they've created an overly
child-centered home and
naturally it's hard to shift back
to mom and dad when the kids
aren't there anymore.
* Betsy Hart hosts the "It Takes
a Parent" radio show on
WYLL-AM 1160 in Chicago.


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were not in
attendance at
Tuesday night's
performance
of "Lewis Grizzard: In His
Own Words" at Lake City
Community College, I'm
sorry :-- you missed one
heck of a show:
Bill Oberst Jr., who has
portrayed Grizzard in the
stage show for the past
decade, was on top of
his game Tuesday night.
Channeling Grizzard on-
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zinger after zinger in
the late author's distinct
voice that had the audi-
ence laughing nearly
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told me that 92 percent of
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underwear has ridden up
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about the rigors of writ-
ing a column on a daily
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phomaniac it's pretty
fun for the first two weeks."
Oberst had the audience in,
stitches.. .
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night's performance ,
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ously he takes his act. He
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before the show alone,,
setting and preparing -
himself to s tepinto the
late author's shoes. Oberst
doesn't.use much in the
way of props, .although he
does carry Grizzard's old
typewriter as well as a col-
lection of his books and a
few bottles of Coca-Cola.
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ten note from Grizzard's
step-daughter that was one
of the late author's prized
possessions.
He has to take his role
seriously Grizzard's
fans allow nothing less.
And they aren't above
telling him if something
is off during one of his
shows.
Oberst related to me one
instance where a man who
worked for a Coca-Cola bot-
tling plant approached him
and said Grizzard wouldn't
be carrying around the
updated, most recent Coca-
Cola bottles. A few days
later, Oberst received a
number of vintage bottles
that he now currently uses
in his show.
Of course, there are
some things he can't do
anything about. He said at
another time, after a per-
formance, a man walked
up to him, looked him up
and down and said, "You're
shorter than him." It was a
tough complaint to argue,,
Oberst said.
Of course, the weirdest
comment, Oberst said, is
reserved for the man who
came up to him and flatly
said, "I cremated Lewis


Grizzard."
"I just didn't really know
what to say to that," Oberst
said.
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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2009


Page Editor: Jerry Spaedy;,
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Linoria I. Anthony, Esq.
Linoria 1. Anthony, Esq. departed
this life January 18, 2009. Loving
mother of Cedric A. Ferrell of
Atlanta, GA, Ma'Keba Powell
Anthony-Powell
both of Austin,
TX; daughter of
-Anna C. (Ernest)
Strandberg of
St. Petersburg,
FL and the late
Joseph Anthony; cherished
sister of Yvonne Anthony-
Herrell of Arlington, VA arid
Ebony Shepherd of lake City,
FL; also 'survived by a host of
other relatives. The Gainesville
graduate of Zeta Phi Beta will
host a private memorial service
for sorority members only at 7:30
P. M. on Friday, night at Combs
Funeral Home. The family will
receive friends immediately
following at 8:00 P.M. Funeral,
services will be held Saturday,
January 31, 2009, 11:00 A.M.
at Mt. Pisgah AME Church, 345
NE Washington St. Interment
Mt. Zion Slave Cemetery, Lulu,
FL. Final arrangements entrusted
to COMBS FUNERAL
HOME, 292 NE Washington St,
Lake City, FL. (386)752-4366.
Marq Combs-Turner, L.F.D.
The Caring Professionals"


John T. (Tim) NesSmith
Mr. John T. (Tim) NesSmith, age
510, of White Springs, FL passed
-"a-ay, Wednesday, January 28,
S2009 in the Suwanne Valley Care
Center following an extended
illness. He was a life long.
resident of Columbia County, and
worked in the Modular Home
S Industry for over 20 years. Tim
-Was very active in the Native
-Anferican Culture, and loved
hunting and spending.time with
his family. He was preceded in
death by his father Joe NesSmith
and brother Tony NesSmith, he
-is survived by' his wife Tena
NesSmith sons; Dustin and
Ryari NesSmith both of White
.Springs, FL;, daughter; Rhiannon
(Philip) Roth of Clearwater, KS,
mother; Vera Mae (Doug) Nash
of ,Russellville, KY, brother;
David NesSmith, of Denver,
CO, sisters; Diane Lolley (Bill)
Sof Lake City, FL Joey (Jeff)
Ogbum of White- Springs, FL
one grandson Eric NesSmith,
and Best Friend Mark Lester,
of Lake City, numerous aunts,'
uncles and nieces, nephews, step
brothers and sisters also survive.
Funeral services will be held
2:00 P.M. Sunday, February 1,
2009 in the North Lake City
Church of God 1746 North
US Highway 441 with Rev-
Barney Hurst, pastor officiating,
the family 'will receive friends
Saturday, January 31, 2009
from 6 to 8 P.M. at the funeral
home,- ICS CREMATION
AND FUNERAL HOME,
357 NW Wilks Lane, Lake
City, FL 32055. 386-752-3436.


Betty Jenrette Rainey
Betty Jenrette Rainey, 77, of
Nashville, GA died on Tuesday,
January 27, 2009'at Baya Pointe
Nursing & Rehab Center. Bornon
November 10, 1931, in Alapaha,
she was the daughter of the late
kesse Benjamin and Mamie
Lee Swilley Jenrette. She was
associated with ITT Thompson
in Adel for 28 years and she
loved to travel. Mrs. Rainey
was a member of First United
Methodist Church in Nashville.
She is survived by her daughters,
Karen Rainey and fiance,


OBITUARIES

Danny Mansukhani of Valdosta,
Margaret Rainey Griffin and
husband, Billy Griffin of Lake
City, FL, Betty Rainey Snell and
husband, John Snell of Portland,
OR; son, Kenneth Rainey of
Hahira; daughter-in-law, Kathy
Rainey of Cooper City, FL;
grandchildren, Ken Rainey, Jeff
. Rainey, Stacie Rainey, Rebecca
Griffin, Will and Lindsey
Griffin, George. Rainey, Joseph
Snell, James Snell; special piece,
Carolyn Price of Valdosta; great-
grandchildren, Emily Rainey,
Isabelle Rainey, Abigail Griffin.
Mrs. Rainey is also survived by
her sisters, Margaret Forehand
of Tifton and Peggy Giddens
of Ocilla; brother, Emory
Jenrette of Jacksonville, FL. She
was preceded in death by her
husband, Sandy Rainey; sons
Scott Rainey and Little Sandy
Rainey; grandson, Michael
Harrell.Services will be held at
11 A.M. on Saturday, January 31,
2009 in the chapel of CARSON
MCLANE FUNERAL HOME
with Rev. Donnie Jenrette
officiating. Burial will follow
in Nashville Memory. Gardens.
The family will receive friends
Friday evening from 7-9 P.M. at
the funeral home. Condolences
to the family may be conveyed
on the obituary page at www.
mclanefuneralserviices. corn



Tamall F. Rossin
Sergeant First Class Tamall F.
Rossin, 37, suddenly passed
away on January 22, 2009 in
Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He
was born and raised in Lake City,
FL and accepted -l
Christ at an
early age and '
'joined Union
.A.M.E. Church.
He received
his education
in Columbia
County Schools,
graduating with
the class. of
1990. He joined
the United States
Army in June 1990 serving
faithfully for eighteen and a
half years and he was currently
stationed in Fayetteville, North
Carolina. He was in the 82nd
Sustained Brigade of the 82nd
Airborne Div. Later .furthering
his education at Upper Iowa
.University receiving his
Bachelors degree in Public
Administration. He is preceded
in death by his Paternal
grandparents the late Allen and
the late Margaret Rossin and
Maternal grandparents the late
John Henry and the late Queen
Carter. He leaves to cherish a
loving and devoted wife, Tuwana
0. Rossin, One son, Trenton
Rossin and one daughter,
Tiara Rossin. Father, Clarence
H. Rossin and Mother, Mary
Rossin. Mother-in-Law, Sandra
Penland (Bennie Bowman).
Two sisters, Felicia Rossin and
Windy Rossin of Lake City, FL.
Six Uncles, Jerome. (Mable)
Carter, Alexander Rossin, Izell
(Corinthians) Rossin, Quintin
(Ann) Carter, George Rossin
and Ronald Rossin.. Eight
Aunts, Katie Fleming, Annie
(Jams) Jerry, Jeanette Rossin,
Annie Lou Carter-Taylor,
Eloise Rossin, Joann Walker,
Jerline George, Marylin (Eric)
Gilmore, all of Lake City, FL.
Three nieces; Jamecia R. Keel,
Sha'Cara Highland and Alexus
Rossin-Murphy. Great Nephew
Ke'Yon M.Keel, all of Lake City,
FL A very special cousin. Carlos
(Regina) \Valker And a host of


Great aunts and great uncles,
cousins and sorrowing friends.
Visitation and viewing will be
6pm-8pm on Friday, January 30,
2009 at Cooper's Funeral Home.
Home going celebration will be
'held on Saturday January 31 at
11:00 am at the Columbia County
School Board Auditorium,
Rev. Alvin J. Baker, Presiding;
.Military Chaplin, Eulogy.
Interment will follow service at
Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens,
Lake City, FL. Arrangements
by COOPER FUNERAL
HOME, 251 N.E. Washington
St., Lake City, Fl. Willis 0.
Cooper, L.F.D. (386)752-3566


Lonnie Dial Wolfington
Mr. Lonnie Dial. Wolfington,
.63 of Lake City died Tuesday,
January 27, 2009 at the V.A.
Hospital in Gainesville. He
was born in Suwannee County,
FL, son of the late Eugene and
Sara Harry Wolfington. In his
spare time he enjoyed hunting,
fishing, 'motorcycle riding.
Mr. Wolfington was a retired
correctional officer, he loved and
was very devoted to his family
and was of the Baptist faith Mr.
Wolfington is survived by his
wife, Joann Hall. Wolfington,
Lake City, FL; one son, Albert
SJohnny Ogletree, Jr, Worthington
Springs, FL, two daughters, Julie
Annette Townsend, Branford, FL
and Leonora Jean Wolfington,
Lake City, FL; one brother, Julian
D. Johnson, Jr., Shalimar, FL; one
sister, Glendia Clower, Live Oak,
FL; two grandchildren, Christen
Pearce and Ashlei Raulerson,
both of Lake City. Funeral
services for Mr. Wolfington
will be conducted 'on 'Saturday,
Saturday, 31, 2009 at 2:00 P.M.
at Gateway-Forest Lawn Funeral
Home Chapel with Dr. Stephen
Ahreris officiating. Interment
will follow at. Forest Lawn
Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
Visitation with the family
will be. held from 5:00 7:00
P.M. Thursday evening at the
funeral home. Arrangements
are under the direction of
GATEWAY-FOREST LAWN
FUNERAL HOME, 3596 South
Highway441,LakeCity. 386-752-
.1954 Please sign the guestbook
at www.gatewayforestlawn.com
Obituaries are paid advertise-
ments. For details, call the Lake
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was recovered successfully,
along with several other
bullets.
Columbia County Sheriff
Mark Hunter said deputies
have been aggressively pur-
suing White since the arrest
warrant was issued.
"I am very proud-of the
way our deputies handled
this case and thankful for
the community involvement
that led to the location and
arrest of Mr. White."
Last week the Columbia
County Sheriff's Office
issued a press release seek-
ing information leading to
White's arrest, listing him
as a fugitive from justice.


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The art contest is based
on the theme "I Have A
Dream." Columbia County
children in every grade
from kindergarten through
eighth grade are invited
to participate, according
to Trisha Gilliam, recre-
-ation aide at Southside
Community Center.
The "I Have A Dream"
concept may relate to Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. or
any other artistic interpre-
tation, Gilliam said.
Art in any medium that
can be displayed is eligible
to be entered she said. This
includes crayons, charcoal,
pencil, ink pen, chalk, oil,
acrylics, clay, water colors,
metal sculptures or other
materials. Photographs can
be entered a well, she said.
Southsidei Community
Center, 692 SW. Saint
Margaret St. is open from
8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday. A reception
and viewing df the art is set
for 9 to 11 a.m. on Feb. 13
at Southside.
On Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. the
Lake City City Council is
scheduled to recognize win-
ners in City Hall. Art entered
in the contest is slated to be
on display all month.

Prayer breakfast

A breakfast honoring
African-Americans who
are 80 years and older for
their contributions to the
community is scheduled
for 8 a.m. on Feb. 2 at the
Richardson Community
Center. The breakfast is
free, and the public is wel-
come, especially those 80
and older. The Rev. Alvin
Baker of New Bethel
Missionary Baptist Church
is scheduled to speak on
the theme "A Change has
Come." For mqre. informa-
tion, call Washington at
(386) 719-5742 or Celestine
Levy at (386) 752-4358.


Black history reception

Lake City Community
College slated its annual
Black History Month proc-
lamation and reception to
start at 10:15 a.m. on Feb. 2;
in the Learning Resources
Center, Building 007. Lake
City Mayor Stephen Witt
is scheduled to proclaim
the month of February as
Black History Month in'
Lake City. There will be stu-
dent readings and music as
well. The public is invited to
participate in this kick-off
event. For more informa-,
tion call Amy Dekle-Hunt at
(386) 754-4316.

Church service

Church service at Olivet
Missionary Baptist Church,
on Northeast Davis Street,
is scheduled for 4 p.m. on
Feb. 15. The public is wel-
come to attend the service
titled "From Whence We've
Come,"' by Bishop Russell
Wright._

Soul food

Shands Lake Shore, next
to Lake DeSoto, is sched-
uled to serve soul food
from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. in
its cafeteria on Feb. 3, 10,
17 and 27. The public is


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welcome to buy lunch at
the cafeteria. There will be
guest speakers and music
in recognition of National
Black History Month.
The program on Feb. 17
recognizes the city's 150th
anniversai-y as well as the
98th anniversary of the
hospital.

Brain Bowl

An "Adult Brain Bowl
Challenge" is scheduled
for 10 a.m. on 'Feb. 21 in
City Council Chambers at
City Hall.

Chitlin festival

, Annie Mattox Park
promises fun and food at
the Chitlin Festival start-
ing at noon on Feb. 21.
Vendors, music, a motor-
cycle and car show are
all part of this event.
A semi-pro football game
with the Lake City Saints
is scheduled for 7 p.m. on
Feb. 21.

Gospel festival

A Gospel Festival is
scheduled for 7 p.m. on Feb.
27 at Miracle Tabernacle
Church, 1190 SW Sisters
Welcome Road, with Dr. C.
J. Steele, pastor.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,,THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 08-549-CA
LIMITED ACCESS PROPERTIES,
INC., .
a Florida corporation, j
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROY SMITH and
CATHERINE L. SMITH,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
loWing described real property:
Lot 5, Foxboro, a subdivision as re-
corded in Plat Book 6, Page 207, Co-
lumbia County, Florida. '
shall be sold by 'the Cldrk of this
Court, at public sale, pursuant to the
Final Judgment in the above styled
action dated January 20, 2009; at the
Columbia County Courthouse in.
Lake City, Columbia County, Flori-
da, .at 11:00 A.M., on Wednesday,
February 18; 2009, wo the bet. and
highest bidder for tJsh Anm person :
claiming an interest in an)r,_rplus
from the sale, dther than the property
owner as of .the date of the nonce ;if
the lis pendens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
in the State and County aforesaid this
20th day of January, 2009.
P. DEWYITCASON,
Clerk of Court
by:/s/ B. SCIPPIO
Deputy Clerk.
04528785
January 23, 30, 2009


NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The District Board of Trustees, Lake
City Community College, will hold a
public meeting at 4:00 p.m. on Tues-
day, February 10, 2009, in the Board
Room in the Administration Building
of Lake City Community College.
Topics of consideration, in addition
to routine college business will be
the request for approval of Schemat-
ic Design Documents (Phase I) and
approval to proceed with Design De-
velopment Documents (Phase II) for
the Library & Audio Visual Center.
Any. person wishing to be heard on
any agenda matter will be provided
an opportunity to do so by appearing
before the Board in the Board Room
of Lake City Community College.
All objections to this notice and pro-
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should be filed with Lake City Com-
munity College prior to noon, Fri-.
day, February 6, 2009. All legal is-
sues should be brought to the Trust-
ees' attention and an attempt made to
resolve them prior to the meeting.
Please notify the President's Office
immediately if. you' require accom-
modation for participation in the
meeting. ,
A Board Study. Session will, be held
from 12:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the
Howard Conference Center at Lake
City Community College'. A recep-
tion will-.be held at 3:30 p.m. in the
lobby of the Administration Building
prior to the regular Board meeting.
04528915
January 30, 2009


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04528840
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SERVICES
We are in need of
COMPANY DRIVERS
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Exp'd Teachers Wanted.
Staff Credential Preferred
Apply'in Person Wee Care
Preschool of Columbia City.

04528968
United States Cold Storage is
seeking motivate individual for
Customer Service Rep.
Apply in person at: 211 NE
McCloskey Aye, Lake City, FL
32055. Taking application Feb 2
& Feb 3. From 9am to 3:30pm.
HIRING NOW! Need energetic
people to help clean a 3br/2ba
house. Empty Lots of fun, Breaks,
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0452894
First Federal Bank of Florida
has a temporary full-time
position available in our
Mortgage Department. Previous
experience in mortgage
processing or knowledge of
mortgage documents desired.
This position may become
permanent in the future.
Applications may be obtained
from any First Federal branch
and submitted to Human
Resources, P.O. Box 2029,
Lake City FL 32056.
SEqual Employment
Opportunity Employer.


Christ Community Church
needs a nursery worker. Sunday
am service. Background check
req'd. 386-755-0055 after 5pm.
GOVERNMENT JOBS
$13.64 $29:45/hr, Now hiring.
Many positions Available.
For application and
Government Job info, Call
American Assoc. of Labor
1-913-599-8290, 24hrs. emp serv.
Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$100 per day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge retail &
dining establishments. Experience
NOT required. Call 888-697-6576.
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Health Services Manager
(Suwannee Valley 4Cs-Head Start)
Must have current LPN status, 3
yrs; pediatric health care &
sensory screenings. exp pref.,
Knowledge of early childhood
health & development, rural health
care & Medicaid issues pref.,
Proficiency with.computer (Word
processing/Database programs),
Current Pediatric 1St Aid Cert.
required, Valid Fl Driver's Lic.,
safe driving record, Must pass
physical & DCF background
screenings. Apply in person
: .(or mail resume) to
236 SW Columbia Ave, Lake City.
32025 or fax to (386) 754-2220;
Closes 2-6-09 EOE


OTR Driver needed.
5 yrs flatbed exp.
,% or per loaded mile pay
.all. 386-697:-4322
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practice. Experience required.
Billing knowledge desirable.
Energetic, Dependable person.
Good Salary & Benefits.
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ANTIQUES WANTED
Furn., China, Silver, Glassware,
Costume Jewelry & Gold. 35 years
exp. Cash Pd. Pete. 386-963-2621

402 Appliances
FRIGIDAIRE MID-SIZE (3.1)
Front loading washer. Works
great, Looks great. $300. ,obo,.
; 386-754-9295 or 984-0387
MICROWAVE: O'ver the stove
White Whirlpool. $75.00
Excellent condition.
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386-965-6870
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YORKIE PUPPY, Female,
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certificate, $675.00
Call 386-752-4890

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330 Supplies
Equine pasture boarding, stalls
avail. Ref's needed. Located
Southwest of Lake City, approx.
15 mi. Please call 386-935-0453
REGISTERED BULLS 18-20
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Sat. Jan. 31 @ 6PM. High Springs,
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3 partial Estates, Coin & knife
collections, mah 4 poster Queen
BR set, Guns, Gold Jewelry, Lots
Tools, Glassware. 10% B.P. Red
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386-454-4991

404 Baby Items
GRACO CAR SEAT
$75.00
386-365-8105


406 Collectibles
OLD PLAYBOYS
1980- 2005. Good Condition.
Approx 300. $100.00
386-752-7940

408 Furniture
3 DRAWER Desk.
56"X18"- 36"
$50.00
386-758-4755
5 Drawer Chest:
$50.00
386-697-3438

8 White Closet Maid drawers
with hardware.
Already assembled $ 50.00
386-752-8157
BOOK CASE WITH SLIDING
GLASS DOOR. 36"X40"X12".
$50.00
386-758-4755
BROWN COUCH durable
fabric w/dark wdod on front
& matching end table. $325. obo.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
Childs desk, Unfinished wood,
never used. $30.00
386-984-5124

KING HEADBOARD
Solid Wood, Dark brown.
$75.00
Call 386-752-3720
Lazy Boy dark green
Recliner big mans
$100.00 very nice.
386-854-0749


LOVESEAT modem style
overstuffed
Excellent condition $100.
386 4973179


SLEEPER SOFA. Broyhill.
Queen size Blue and cream plaid.
Good condition. $95.00
386-454-4947
TWIN Bed Rail, Head Board,
Foot Board, Night Stand,
Mattress, and chest. $150.
386-758-4755.


A411 Machinery &
4-1 Tools
10hp Powermate Coleman
Generator. 60250 kw. 5000 run .
kw.-120-240v. 2-110 outlets,.
1-20amp Outlet. $225. 935-4623
2 HP Master Elite
' Air Compressor. 4.5 CFM, 125
psi, 4 gallon tank. 115v, $95.
S 386-935-4623


SPINET PIANO.
Walnut wood.
Excellent condition. $
1 386-935-3939


'* 1995 or later '
--. Mobile Home. 14'X60' .
or longer 2br/2ba.,
Call 386-867-4348 8am-8pm
K&H TIMBER!
Payment in advance for standing
pine timber. Large or small tracts.
Call 386-961-1961..
Looking for Wood Framed -
House to buy and move..
Call for more information.
(352)356-1099 *
Wanted whole Junk Cars, Trucks,
Vans. $125 CASH! Title needed.
Free PickUp! Call 386-878-9260
After 5pm 386- 752-3648


430 Garage Sales
319 SW Timber Ridge Dr. Fri. &
Sat. 8:30-5:00. Furniture, pictures,
kitchen, bedroom, bath items,
many odds & ends. Dealers
welcome, Comer of 247 & 252B.
New Maronda Siubdivision /
FRI & SAT. 8-3. No early Birds
please. Everything goes. 441 S,
left on Myrtis Rd. to Pittman Ct.
Look for signs. Rain or shine.
Fri. 84-Sat. 8-noon Lowe Lake
Wellborn. Too many thing to list.
Some furniture 386-963-1553.
Call for directions. No Early Birds.
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All Yard Sale Ads
Must be Pre-Paid.

Sat. Only Shirley A Keen Real
Estate Bldg, behind Shirley's Rest.
Clothes, furniture, baby stuff,
small appliances! 8am-??

440 Miscellaneous

'08 Enclosed trailer 7X12, tandem
axle. Ramp & side doors. Less
than 1000 mi. on trailer. $2,500.
386-330-4819 or 941-807-341
r 1963 TOPPS Card #210
Sandy Koufax baseball card.
Good condition. $50.00
386-752-8157
BOWFLEX BLAZE. Barely
used. All attachments & extra
100lbs resistance rods totaling
3101bs. $650. obo 386-288-9740
Boys dirt bike boots size 8-9
black by Thor.
Hardly worn $75.00.
386-854-0749
Camping tent, Hillary,
9' x 12' x 6',
sleeps 5 6, in box $45.00
386-754-1747


3br/2ba MH Picadilly Park area
on 1/2 ac. Very good cond. Car-
Sport, CH/A, back porch. $700.mo
1st, last, $500 dep. 386-752-6333.


3br/2ba.Newly remodeled DW.
10 mi. South off Branford Hwy.
Very private, fenced yard'.No pets
$700. mo plus sec. 386-984-7478
BRANFORD AREA, 3BR/2.5
BA,CHA. clean $300 security and
$600 per month. (386)590-0642 or
(386)867-1833
FOR RENT: 2Br/lBa in Branford
area, $300 Sec. & $650/Mo. ircl.
Utility use (Elec;/Wtr) .
386-867-1833 or 590-0642.
Late Model MH's fof Rent. -
3Br/2Ba $600/Afo + $500 Sec.
Dep or 2Br,'2Ba$500/Mo.
NO.PETS! Call: 386-288-6280
MHs 4 Rent: NO Dep's!
2br/lba's from $450 & 3br/2ba's
from $550 Incl wtr, swr, garb,
quiet, clean. 386-961-0017


Mobile Homes for rent in
White Spripgs. 2 and
S3 bedrooms. Contact
386-867-2337 or 397-1522
SSeveral MH to choose from.
Located in the center of Lake 'City.
Newly refurbished and ready for
occupancy. Only $545.-tmo + $45.
(iV application Fee. 386-344-0830


'UNFURNISHED MOBILE-
Home For Rent.
3br/1.5ba. No Pets.
386-755-0142 .

640 Mobile Homes
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2005 DW, 28X60, 3br/2ba. Gar-
den tub w/whirlpool, fpl, upgraded
kitchen appli. Many extras! You .
must move. $45K. 386-497-3179
Double Wide 3br/2ba,
remodeled. $300. mo w/4K down.
Delivery & set. Mary Hamilton
386-963-4000
!!!WOW!!!
28'X40' '09 Doublewide
Best price around. Only $26,500.
Call Eric @ (386)719-5560
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'99 14X70-3br/2ba. A must see!
$21,500.00. Price includes A/C,
skirting, steps & set-tp/del.
Call Eric @ 386-590-6268
*BRAND NEW *
28'X64' for only $46,887..
Call or stop by today!
Call Eric @ (386)719-5560


440 Miscellaneous
Wader Boot: White River
Breatheable, Type Size 8-9
List $139 sell $75
386 4973179
YOUNG STUDENTS
Encyclopedia. 23 Volume
dictionary. 25 Volume Set for
$20.00 386-754-0730

10 Mobile Home
6 01 Lots for Rent
RV Lots in new Campground
near Lake City & Gainesville.
Next to 1-75 Northbound, Exit
414. $250 mo + ele. 352-317-1326

630 Mobile Homes
6 for Rent I
2 br/2ba on US 90 West. Lg lot,
quiet neighborhood. $450 mo., 1st,
last, & sec dep. Also: 2 br/1 ba,
Recently remodeled on 10 ac., 11
mi S on Branford Hwy No pets.
$425 mo., 1st, last, & sec. deposit.
Call 386-454-7724 '
2/1 or 3/1 MH in quiet park in
Lake City wkly or mthly + dep.'
No Pets. Discounts availailable
C21 Jackie Taylor.386-590-3013.
2BR/1.5BA. Nice Private area
1/2 ac. lot near town. W/D
hookups. Pet OK. $500. mo
plus deposit. 386-758-2408
2br/lba, CH/A Very Nice, Clean,
Safe. Well Maint. Sm. Park. Ref.
req'd. NO PETS. $425/mo. &
$425 Dep. Call: (386)719-9169
2br/lba, clean & quiet, trees,
large lot. No animals. Turner Rd.
Call: 386-752-6269
or leave message if no answer.
2br/2ba ($600 mo.) or 3br/2ba
DW ($700.mo.) Close to White
Springs, off Hwy 41N. 1st, last &,
security. 386-397-2619 /365-1243
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/lba.
Clean. $650/mo,
1st, last & dep.
386-752-7559 Evenings
3br/2ba 14x70 $550/Mo. + Dep.
Westside. Als6 2br/lba
5 points area. No Pets
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Remodeled Homes 21K & up.
Plywood, Lap siding, metal roofs,
heat pump, real quality. Mary @
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650 Mobile Home
& Land
3br/2ba Modular, 1/2 ac, (near
US 90 & 1-75). Foundation, decks,
furnished. Ready now. $119K.
$560. mo w/10%down.
VA $0 down payment.
Gary Hamilton. 386-758-9824
FOR SALE
4 Bedroom w/Land
$2,500'down/%598. tmo.
Jared for details. 386-719-5560
OWNER FINANCING Lg 3/2 on
2.5 ac. S. Lake City, Fpl, clean,
beautiful property. Sm. down,
$850.mo38'6-590-0642 867-1833
OWNER FINANCING Lg -4/2 on.
5 ac. S. Lake Ciry, Fpl, clean,
Small do% n $1200.mo
386-590-0642 /867-1833
Owner Financing: 3br/2ba on 2.5
acs, River access w/private boat
ramp, Mayo area. Small down
$700/mo. 386-590-0642 /867-1833

71i0 Unfurnished Apt.
7l6 For Rent


3BR/2BA BRICK home w/office
or game room. Separate entrance
Son cul-de-sac. Lease w/option
possible. 386-752-6816 -
HOME: Country Setting 3br/lba.
NO PETS! CH/A & appliances.
Securityideposit & $500/mo. -
Credit check req'd. 386-752-3225
Large 3br/2ba House,
in town, fenced yard
$800/mo + sec
386-623-2642-
LOOK!! 2br & lbr Available
now. $475 & $400. mo. No pets.
2 blocks off 90, close to
shopping 386-397-0807

740 Furnished
74 Homes for Rent


Call today 386-754-1800 lBr. LAKE FRONT Deck, Dock,
Windsor Arms | Fishing, A/C, Micro, W/D, VA
Area. Lawn Service. $650/mo.
04528658 (386)755-0110
$400 MOVES YOU IN!!!!!. business '
1& 2Br. Apt. or MH 750 usiness &
Water included. Visa/MC Office Rentals
386-755-2423 OFFICE FOR Lease 11 04 sqn ft


1 BR/BA $395/mo;
2 BR/1 BA from $525/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
2BR APT.
Downtown Location, Clean.
$600 mo, plus Security.
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456
2BR. DUPLEX CH/A Kitchen
equipped includes dishwasher.
Blinds, Washer/Dryer hookup
New carpet 752-6138 or 752-5389
2BR/1.5 BA.
$525.00. mo. + security
S- In town.
386-344-12972
2BR/2BA DUPLEX
for Rent.
$800. dep. $800.mo.
386-397-5288
2BR/2BA LUXURY Apartment
with garage. 5 min. from Timco &
VA Medical Center.
386-755-4590 or 386-365-5150
3BR/2BA DUPLEX in
Gatorwood. $700.00 per month
Call 386-867-1212
for details
Apartment w/utility Room
,. $575 mo & MH $675 mo
Located in Fort White.
No Pets. Call 386-497-1116
FREE RENT!
AND REDUCED RATES
1 BR $420. e 2 BR $504
3 BR -$582 $99 security Dep
Call today,386-758-8455
WINDSONG APTS
Jan. Discount Special! Select
Studios & 1Br's Start at $135/wk.
Free Basic Cable Monthly
Discounts available. 386-752-2741
LARGE TOWNHOUSE APT
2 story townhouse apt. 2br/1.5ba,
Ig master br, very conveniently
located in central Lake City on
McFarlane. WD hookup w/plenty
of storage. Quiet. Pets under 201b
allowed w/pet dep. $750/mo,
$400 sec dep. $200 pet deposit
'(386)752-7781/397-5880
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 965-0276.


Conveniently located on
East Baya Ave. $900 mo.
Call 386-755,3456
Office Space for Lease Baya Ave;
900 sq. ft./$750 mo. or 1,800 sq.
ft./$1,353 mo. incl. basic utilities;
High speed internet & security .
ready; Furnished; 386-752-4072
Rental Retail Space
Located Next to Winn-Dixie:
* Aprox 800 Sf. @ $725 + Cam
* Aprox 1600 Sqft. $1,200+Cam
1-800-342-0135


.. I I WAREHOUSE
With small office, on US 41 N tit
Moote Rd. Fenced Yard,
Call- 1-MO-142-0115


issif led Department: 755-5440


Furnished Apts.
720 For Rent
Immaculate efficiency studio.
Good location. $500. mo. plus dep.
Incl. cable and water.
386-438-8190/697-9343 Vega.

730 Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent
$199/Mo! 4br HUD!
5% dn 15 yrs @ 8% for
listings
800-366-9783 ext H411
04528936
Rent incl. water/sewer/garbage/
basic icable/pool/tennis courts.
All you pay is rent + electric.
No exterior maint.
2BR/2BA condo is
$1,000/month. 1st month free.
Call 386-344-0433

04528960
Callaway
366 SW Wilshire Dr, 3/2,
1,700 sq. ft, fenced back yard,
fireplace, open floor plan,
1/2-acre, $1,100/month
228 SW Wilshire Dr, '3/2,
1,700 sq. ft, large kitchen w/is-
.land, fireplace,
1/2-acre, $1,175/month
Countryside Estates
165 SE Victoria Glen,
3/2, 1,500 sq. ft, eat-in kitchen,
utility room,
1/2-acre, $995/month
123 SE Gregory Glen, 3/2,
1,400 sq. ft, eat-in kitchen,
walk-in closet,
1/2-acre, $995/month

Emerald Cove
P 196 SW Timberland Ct, 3/2,
1,500 sq. ft, large wood deck
overlooking lots of trees, quiet
neighborhood, $1,150/month
Grandview
1786 SW Grandview St, 3/2
duplex, 1,200 sq. ft, 1-car
garage, covered patio,
only $875/mohth.
Call for Move In Specials!

MARK BUSHER


386-755-0037 or 904-891-3472
Email: infoS)markbusher.com

2BR/1BA near LCCC Large yard.
$450(nit) mo I ., last, security.
3S6-752-0335 M-F 8-4pm.
Move in Ready!!


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7 0 Business&
5 Office Rentals
SPACE AVAILABLE
2000 sq ft. Formerly doctors
office. 850 sq ft, great for office on
East Baya. 904-579-6645 week-
days. Weekends call 386-497-4762


770 C ondos*For Rent
ST. AUGUSTINE Beach
Nightly/weekends/weekly/monthly
Brand new 3 Bdr. 1600 Sq. ft.
Call 96)961-1961

805 Lots for Sale

04528937
$6,000 Bailout Rebates on Res.
Lots in Turkey Creek.
Call for details.
Daniel Crapps Agency, Inc.
386-344-0433
Or 800-771-5110

4.5 acre ESTATE LOT B ARGAIN!
Cobblestone g/d ONLY $54,900
Reduced from $109i9OO
Call Aaron at (386) 867-3534
Westfield Realty Group
Lake Jeffery Area. 1/2 acre
Restricted to Homes Only. Paved
streets, underground utilities.
$29,000. Owner Fin-kvail.
386-752-5035X2110
7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales
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
suc4preference, 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
accept any advel rtisi ng 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 dqual opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call,
HUD toll'free at 1-800-669-9777,
1 1 the toll free
telephone numbler to the hearing
impaired is'l-800-927-927.5.

810 Home for Sale

W28711
.3Br/2Ba with Appliances built
on your lot. $59,900; Visit:
www.duizardconstruction.com
or call 904-259-50,08.

04S28717
New Houses:
Lease with Option to Buy
(Owner Financing)
3BR/2BA 1/2 Acre Lot in
Subdivision West 90 area
houses range from $195,000.00
to $219,000.00. $140.00 ,
down, Must have good credit
U 386-438-5

386-754-0800
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BANK FORECLOSURE!
6BR/3BA! Onl029,900
Must See, for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7921
Brick Home 3Br/2Ba, 2,000 Sqft.
w/2 car garage. Nice area. 4327
,SW CR 242. Reduced to $169K
870-489-068 or 386-754-8981
HOUSE FOR SALE
3br/2ba, fenced back yard,
c4ort, CHIA with 3 Lots.
Call (386)697-1202.
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 ceilings, his/her closets.
386-752-5035 X 2110
7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales
NEW ROME FOR SALE,
3BR/2BA for just $134,900
100% Financing / $995 a month
Call Aaron (386) 867-3534
Westfield Realty Group
OWNER WELL FINANCE
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810 Home for Sale
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8 0 Farms&
2 Acreage
Owner Financed
Half-acre to 10 acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Properties.
386-752-4339 www.landnfl.com

Commercial
830 Property

04528973
Warehouse Space FOR LEASE
off Hwy 47 in Cannon Creek
Center. 2 spaces w/1247sf, entry
door &overhead door. $875/mo.
Call Scott Stewart
396-867-3498
Westfield Realty Group


9,50 Cars for Sale
95 NISSAN Sentra. 130k., 4 cyl, 5
sp, CD., AC., power everything.
.$1000 obo. 386-590-1206 or
386-688-6038
HONDA'97ACCORD
$500.00! Police Impounds from
$500.00! For listings
800-366-9813 ext A760


REDUCED! Owner Motiv.atcd
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage, 2 out
buildings. $169,900 Will consider
anv reasonable offer 386-935-4205


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Tim Kirby
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All-state

across

the field

felt the brunt
of the District
5-4A all-state
selections.
Tyler Bass of
Ridgeview High and
Patrick Barker of Nease
High were named
first-team wide
receivers. The voters
might have seen the two
in their games against.
the Tigers.
Bass (jersey No. 1)
had nine catches for 140
yards in Ridgeview's
31-14 win over Columbia
that nailed down the
district title for the
Orange Park Panthers.
Bass had touchdown
catches of 41 and nine
yards and gained 17
yards on one run..
Barker (No. 80) had
five catches for 150 yards
in the Ponte Vedra Beach
Panthers' 24-15 %in over
Columbia. One of the
receptions went for 98
yards and a touchdown
and Barker also scored
on a seven-yard
touchdown pass.
Nease's John
Gallagher (No. 90) was
named first-team and
fellow defensive lineman,
Frank Souza (No. 68),
was named to the second
team. Going up against
those two, Columbia had
111 yards rushing on 34
carries.
Nease quarterback
Tyler Weir (No. 10)
was honorable mention.
Against Columbia, Weir
was 10-of-27 passing for
205 yards and the two
touchdowns. He was
picked off by Dont'ae
Davis.
Eastside High, which
Columbia played in the
kickoff classic, was
well-represented on the
all-state team.
The Rams placed
defensive lineman
Tyrone Dixon on first
team, linebacker Chris
Smith on second team,
offensive lineman
Clarence Hallager and
utility player Harold
Hoskins on third team,
and utility player Terrell
Bradley on honorable
mention.
Suwannee High's
David Campbell was
honorable mention in
Class 3A as a utility
player. Campbell was
injured early when
the Bulldogs'visited
Columbia.
The latest coaching
news out of Live Oak is
Madison County High
assistant Michael Coe
did not accept Suwannee
High's offer to be head
o football coach.
Columbia's district
schedule for 2009 is
Lee High on Sept. 25,
Ridgeview High on
Oct 9, Ed White High
on Oct 16 and Wolfson
High on Nov. 6.
Gainesville, Buchholz,
Suwannee and Charlton
County high schools are
on the schedule so far.


Defensive statementt


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Columbia's Tim Jernigan (9) brings down an Oviedo High
running back at Columbia High on Oct. 3.
-, .3 ,


Columbia High's .
Jemigan, Bessant
named all-state.
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia High football's
new emphasis was on.
offense, but it was the other
side of the ball that received
the all-state accolades.
. Defensive lineman Tim
Jernigan was selected to
the Class 4A second team
and linebacker Brach
Bessant was named to the
third team.
The 4A list was released
Thursday.
Jernigan was moved up
to varsity last year as a
freshman and was named
Outstanding Defensive
Player by the coaching staff
this season.
"I'm sure Tim is one of
the few sophomores in. the
state of Florida to be hon-
ored all-state," CHS head
coach Craig Howard said.


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Columbia's Brach Bessant (22) and Todd Steward (30) stop an Oviedo High receiver in a
game on Oct. 3.


"He played like a senior and
he will be one of the most
highly recruited defensive
linemen in the country."
Jernigan already is being
eyed by Florida.
He was the only soph-
omore invited to Urban
Meyer's Friday Night
Lights camp.
"I always knew I had it in
me and was as good as the
other guys," Jernigan said.
"My cousin, Tiger Powell,
and I always compete. He
made third team last year
and I wanted to take it to
another level. That was my
goal this year." 1 ,
Jernigan said he is ready
for the attention from other
teams.,
He is used to getting
double-teamed and said he
even beat a triple-team in
the Oviedo High game.
"I always push. to be one
of the best," Jernigan said.
"I want to run as fast as
the running backs, catch
like the receivers and be
the hardest hitter. I like to
stand out and I push myself
as hard as I can to make
everybody better."
. Jernigan's father, Timmy
Jernigan; is an assistant
coach at Columbia and also,
played for the Tigers.
My dad is another per-
son I always looked up to,"
Jernigan said.
"He was a great player
and played the same posi-:
tion. I would like, to be bet-
ter than him."
Bessant received the
Best Tackler award, as he
led the Tigers in tackles.
"Brach made a name


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Fort
Site

W- -ho t -
Lady Indians fall
to defending 3A
state champions.
From staff reports

The Fort White Lady
Indians soccerteam finished
its year in a shut out loss to
the Bolles Lady Bulldogs
on Thursday night.
The defending state
champion Bulldogs came
out strong with a 9-0 victory
over the Lady Indians in the
first half: JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Fort White's Katelyn Wilson (4) attempts to drive the ball closer for a score against P.K.
INDIANS continued on 4B Yonge during a recent match.


for him-
self around
the state,"
Howar d.
said. "He
started for
us at middle
linebacker
and started Jernigan
last year
before I
came."
"I am
very hum-
bled and
appreci-
ate all my .
teammates
around Bessant
m e "
Bessant said. "Without
Tim, Marquis (Davis),
Matt (Jerry) and Fontaine
(Woodbury) in front of me,
I wouldn't have made all
those tackles. I thank all my
coaches and teammates.
"We worked hard last
year and hopefully we will
bring it around next year."
Bessant has a scholarship
offer from Eastern Carolina
University in the bag and
said he has received a
"lot of letters" from LSU,
Clemson, Auburn and
Louisville.
Howard noted the good
thing was both players will
be back in the fall.
"We -look on them as
team honors, that's how
we approach it," Howard
said. "Any indiiidual honor
comes because. of the
team.
"We play for champion-
ships, not scholarships,
but it is a great motivater
offered early in a career."


Lady

Indians

down

Branford

Nikeria Soloman
leads Fort White
with 12 points.
By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter.com
FORT WHITE The
Fort White High Lady
Indians battled to a 49-44
victory on Thursday night
.against Branford High.,
The Lady Indians fell
behind 14-13 in the first
quarter before opening up
a 31-24 lead at the half.
The lead slipped away
in the third quarter when
the Lady Indians were held
scoreless for the first five
FORT WHITE continued on 4B


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ESPN Boston at Detroit
9:30 p.m.
ESPN Golden State at New
Orleans
TENNIS
3:30 a.m.
ESPN2 Australian Open,
women's .championship match, at
Melbourne, Australia
TRACK,& FIELD
7 p.m.
ESPN2 Millrose Games, at New
York


FOOTBALL


Super Bowl rosters

Arizona Cardinals
Head Coach: Ken Whisenhunt
No. Player Pos It Wt
I Neil Rackers K 6-1 202
2 Brian St. Pierre QB 6-3 230
5 Ben Graham P 6-5 235
7 Matt Leinart QB 6-5 232
II Larry Fitzgerald WR 6-3 220
13 KurtWarner QB 6-2 218
15-Steve Breaston WR 6-0 189
20 Ralph Brown CB 5-10 185
21 Antrel Rolle CB 6-0 208
22 MattWare CB 6-2 214
24AdrianWilson. S 6-3 230
25 Eric Green CB 5-11 194
26 Roderick Hood CB 5-' I 198
27 Michael Adams CB, 5-8 181
28J.J.Arrington RB 5-9 212
29 D.Rodgers-CromartieCB 6-2 185
32 Edgerrin James RB. 6-0 220
34Tim Hightower RB 6-0 216
45Terrelle Smith RB 6-0 250
46 Tim Castille RB 5-11 242
47 Aaron Francisco S 6-2 207
48 Nathan Hodel TE- 6-2 238
51-PagoTogafau LB 5-10 242
52 Monty Beisel LB .6-3 244
54 Gerald Hayes LB 6-1 249
55 Travis LaBoy DE 6-3 250
56 Chike Okeafor DE 6-5 247
57Victor Hobson LB 6-0 252
58 Karlos Dansby LB 6-4 250
61 Elton Brown G '6-5 332
63 Lyle Sendlein.' 'C ..6-4300.
68 ElliotVallejo T 6-7 312
69 Mike.Gandy T 6-4 308
70 Pat Ross, C 6-3 300
72 Brandon Keith T 6-5 343
74 Reggie Wells G 6-4 308
75 Levi Brown T 6-5 322
76 Deuce Lutui G .6-4 332
78 Alan Branch DT 6-5 331
80 Early Doucet WR 6-0' 210
81 Anquan Boldin WR 6-1 217
82 Leonard Pope TE 6-8 258
84 Jerame Tuman TE 6-4 253
85 Jerheme Urban WR 6-3 207
87Sean Morey WR 5-11 193
89 Ben Patrick TE 6-3 260
90 Darnell Dockett DT 6-4 285
91 Kenny Iwebema, DE 6-4 274
92 Bertrand Berry DE 6-3 260
93 Calais Campbell DE 6-7 2.80
94 Antonio Smith DE 6-4 285
97 Bryan Robinson -DE 6-4 304
98 Gabe Watson DT 6-3 332

Pittsburgh Steelers
Head Coach: Mike Tomlin


No. Player Pos
2 Dennis Dixon QB
3 Jeff Reed K
4 Byron Leftwich QB
7 Ben RoethlisbergerQB
10 Santonio Holmes WR
14 Limas Sweed WR
17 Mitch Berger P
*20 Bryant McFadden CB
21 Mewelde Moore RB
22 William Gay CB
23 Tyrone Carter S
24 IkeTaylor CB
25 Ryan Clark S
26 DesheaTownsend CB
27 Anthony Smith S
31 Fernando Bryant CB
33 Gary Russell RB
37 Anthony Madison CB
38 Carey Davis RB
39 Willie Parker RB
43 Troy Polamalu S
49 Sean McHugh TE
50 Larry Foote LB
5 1 James Farrior LB
53 Bruce Davis LB
54 Andre Frazier LB
55 Patrick Bailey LB
56 LaMarr Woodley LB
57 Keyatonh Fox LB
6 I Jared Retkofsky DE
62 Justin Hartwig. C
65 Jeremy Parquet I
66 Tony Hills T.-
68 C.ris Kemoeatu G
69 Jason Capizzi T
71 Scott'Paxson NT
72 Darnell Stapleton C
74 Willie Colon i T
76 Chris Hoke NT
78 Max Starks T
79Trai Essex T
83 Heath Miller TE
85 Nate Washington WR
86 Hines Ward WR
89 Matt Spaeth TE
90 Travis Kirschke DE
91 Aaron Smith DE
92 James Harrison LB
93 Nick Eison DE
94 Lawrence Timmons LB
96 Orpheus Roye DE
98 Casey Hampton NT
99 Brett Kelsel DE


Ht Wt
6-3 206
5-11 225
6-5 25b
6-5 241
5-11 189
6-4 212
6-4 228
6-0 190
5-11 209
5-10 190
5-9 195
6-2 191
5-1 I 205
5-10 190
5-11 192
5-10 175
5-11 215
5-9 180 -
5-10 225
5-10 209
5-10 207
6-5 265
6-I 239
6-2 243
6-2 252'
6-5 255
6-4 235
6-2 265
6-3 235
6-5 260,
6-4 312
6-6,321
6-6 305
'-3, 344
6-9 315
6-4 292
6-3 285
6-3 315
6-2 305
6-8 337
6-4 324
6-5 256
6-1 185
6-0 205
6-7 270
6-3 298
6-5 298
6-0 242
6-3 305
6-1 234
6-4 330
6-1 325
6-5 285


NFL,playoffs

Super Bowl
Sunday
At Tampa
Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. (NBC)


College all-star games

Saturday
Texas vs.The Nation All-Star
Challenge
At El Paso,Texas
Texas vs. Nation, I p.m.


BASKETBALL

NBA schedule

Wednesday's Games
Indiana 107, Milwaukee 99
Toronto 107, New Jersey 106
Boston 119, Sacramento 100
NewYork 112,Atlanta 104
Miami 93,Washington 71
Detroit 98, Minnesot 89
New Orleans 94, Denver 81
Oklahoma City 114, Memphis 102, OT
Philadelphia 95, Houston 9,3
Dallas 117, Golden State 93
Portland 88, Charlotte 74
Chicago 95, L.A. Clippers 75
Thursday's Games
Cleveland at Orlando, 8 p.m.
San Antonio at Phoenix, 10:30 p.m..,
Today's Games
Miami at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Milwaukee at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Boston at Detroit, 7 p.m.
Washington at Philadelphia, 7 p.m..
New Jersey at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m.
LA. Lakers at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Charlotte at Denver, 9 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Utah, 9 p.m.
Golden State at New Orleans,
9:30 p.m.
Chicago at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Saturday's Games
New York at Indiana, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Dallas at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
LA. Lakers at Memphis, 8 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Washington, 8 p.m.
Atlanta at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m.
Golden State at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
New Orleans at San Antonio,
8:30 p.m.
Chicago at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Utah at Portland, 10 p.m.


Top 25 schedule

Today's Game
No. 13 Butler vs.Valparaiso, 7 p.m..
Saturday's Games
No. 2 Connecticut vs. Providence, 4
p.m.
No. 3 Pittsburgh vs. Notre Dame,
Noon
No. 4 Oklahoma .at Iowa State,
1,:45 p.m.
No. 5 North Carolina at N.C. State,
3:30 p.m.
No. 6 Wake Forest at Georgia Tech,
Noon
No. 7 Louisville vs. West Virginia,
Noon
No. 8 Marquette vs. No. 25
Georgetown, 2 p.m.
No. 10 Xavier vs. Massachusetts,
Noon
No. II Texas vs. Kansas State, 4 p.m.
No. 14 Arizona State vs. No. 23
Washington, 5:30 p.m.
No. 16 Purdue vs. Michigan, I p.m.
No. 17 UCLA vs. Stanford, 3:30 p.m.
No. 18 Memphis vs. Houston, I p.m.
No. 20 Gonzaga vs. San Diego, 6 p:m.
SNo. 22 Saint Mary's, Calif. at Portland,
10 p.m. ,
No. 24 Kentucky vs. South Carolina,
3 p.m. ,
-Sunday's Games :
No. I Duke vs,Virginia, 2 p.mt. ,
No: 9 Michigan State vs. Penn State,
Nbon
No. 19 Illinois vs. Iowa, 2 p.m.
No. 21 Villanova vs. Cincihnnai. Noon


College scores

Wednesday
EAST
Albany, N.Y. 59, Hartford 50
American U. 68, Navy 67
Army 57, Lafayette 56
SDrexel 64, Georgia St. 47
Fordham 67, St. Bonaventure 65
Holy Cross 68. Colgate 44'
La Salle 76. George Washington 66 '
Leh.gh 61.Bucknell 59
Md.-Eastern Shore 73; N.J.Tech 67
New Hampshire 71, Stony Brook 60.
Providence 100, Syracuse 94
Rhode Island 67,Temple 59 ,
UMBC 84, Binghamton 78
Vermont 75, Maine 65
Villanova 67, Pittsburgh 57
WestVirginia 75, St.john's 52
% SOUTH
Campbell 78, Florida Gulf Coast 62 ;
Davidson 92, Chattanooga 70
FJorida 83, Georgia 57
Gardner-Webb 79, Coastal Carolina 74
Hofstra 80, UNCWilmington 78
LSU 79,Tennessee 73
Louisville 80, South Florida 54
Memphis 85, East Carolina 64
Nicholls St. 56, McNeese St. 45
SNorth Carolina-80, Florida St. 77
Old Dominion 80,James Madison 74
Saint Joseph's 68, Richmond 58
Savannah St. 77,Alleri 43
South Caroliria,86,Vanderbilt 76
Tob'son 69,William & Mary 56
UCF'70,SMU 45
Wake Forest 70, Duke 68
Winthrop 56, UNC Asheville 49
MIDWEST
Akron 70;Toledo 61
Bowling Green 62, Ball St. 58
Bradley 65,Wichita St. 50
Cincinnati 65, Georgetown 57
Connecticut 71, DePaul 49
Kansas 68, Nebraska 62
Kansas St. 88, Missouri 72
Miarmti (Ohio) 80, N. Illinois 52
N. Iowa 59, Illinois St. 55
Northwestern 77, Indiana 75
Ohio St. 72, Michigan 54


FAR WEST
Fresno St. 8 1, Houston Baptist 63
New Mexico 68, Coloradb St. 50
San Diego St. 67,TCU 50


North Carolina 80,
Florida St. 77

AtTallahassee
NORTH CAROLINA (18-2)
Ellington 3-13 6-7 14, Hansbrough 4-9
0-0 8, Lawson 6-7 8-9 21, Green 6-13 4-5
20,Thompson 2-10 4-6 8, Frasor 0-1 0-0 0,
Drew II 0-0 1-2 I, Graves 0-2 0-0 0, Davis
3-8 2-3 8.Totals 24-63 25-32 80.
FLORIDA ST. (16-5)
Singleton 3-6 0-2 8, Echefu 5-8 2-2 14,
Alabi 3-5 0-2 6, Kitchen 2-6 '0-0 4, Douglas
9-20 13-14 32, Gibson 1-3 0-0 2, DeMercy
0-1 0-0 0, Loucks 2-3 0-1 4, Dulkys 1-5 0-0
3, Reid 2-3 0-0 4.Totals 28-60 15-21 77.
Halftime-North Carolina 46-35.
3-Point Goals-North Carolina 7-19
(Green 4-7, Ellington 2-8, Lawson I-
2, Graves 0-1, Frasor 0-1), Florida St.
6-16 (Echefu 2-3, Singleton 2-3, Dulkys.
1-4, Douglas 1-5, DeMercy 0-1). Fouled
Out-Reid. Rebounds-North. Carolina
42 (Lawson 9), Florida St. 34 (Echefu 8).
Assists-North Carolina I I (Lawson 4),
Florida St. II (Loucks 5). Total Fouls-
North Carolina 20, Florida St. 25. A-
11,333.

Florida 83, Georgia 57

At Gainesville
GEORGIA. (9-11)
Woodbury 3-10 0-2 7, Thompkins 3-
10 2-4 10, Price 3-3 0-1 6, Ware 2-6
1-2 6, Butler 5-8 0-0 10, Barnes 1-4
0-0 2, Swansey' 0-2 0-0 0, McPhee 2-4
0-0 6, Leslie 2-4 0-0 4, Jackson 2-2 2-3 6,
Zlovaric 0-0 0-1 0.Totals 23-53 5-13 57.
FLORIDA (18-3)
Werner 3-6 2-2 I I,Typs 8-12 2-2 18,
Parsons 6-11 '0-0 12, Hodge 1-6 2-2 5,
Calathes 7-112-2 20, Vargas 0-0 0-0 0,
'Shipman 2-3 2-2 6, McClanahan 0-0 0-0 0,
Walker 3-7 0-0 9, Chaney 0-4 0-0 0, Kadji
1-3 0-2 2.Totals 31-63 10-12 83.
Halftime-Florida 42-30. 3-Point
Goals-Georgia 6-21 (McPhee 2-3,
Thompkins 2-5, Woodbury 1-5, Ware.
1-5, Butler 0-3), Florida 11-24 (Calathes
4-6, Werner 3-5, Walker 3-5,' Hodge
1-4, Chaney 0-1, Parsons 0-3). Fouled
Out-None. Rebounds-Georgia 33
(Woodbury 6), Florida 35 (Calathes 13).
Assists-Georgia 12 (Ware 5), Florida 22
(Calathes 10)' Total Fouls-Georgia II,
Florida 12.A-1 I1,121.


TENNIS


Australian Open

At Melbourne Park
Melbourne,Australia
Thursday .
Singles
', M en '"
Semifinals, .
.Roger Federer (2); Switzirland, def.
Andy Roddick (7);. United. States, 6-2,.
7-5, 7-5.
Women
Semifinals
Serena Williams (2), LUnited States, def.
Elena D'ementieva (4), Russia, 6-3, 6-4.
Dinara Safina (3), Russia, def. Vera
Zvonareva (7), Russia, 6-3,7-6 (4).
Doubles


Men
Semifinals
Mahesh Bhupathi, India, and Mark
Knowles (3), Bahamas, def. Lukasz Kubot.
Poland, and Oliver Marach, Austria, 6-3,
6-1.
Bob and Mike Bryan (2), United States,
def. Lukas DIouhy,' Czech Republic, and
Leander Paes (4), India, 6-3, 6-3.
Women
Semifinals
Daniela Hantuchova, Slovakia, and Ai
Sugiyama (9), Japan, def. Nathalie Dechy,
France, and Mara Santangelo, Italy, 6-4,
6-3.
Serena and Venus Williams (10), United
States, def. Casey Dellacqua,Australia, and
Francesca Schiavone (12), Italy, 6-0, 6-2.
Mixed
Quarterfinals
Nathalie Dechy, France, and Andy Ram,
Israel, def. Anabel Medina Garrigues and
Tommy Robredp (7), Spain, 7-6 (7), 6-4.
junior Singles
Boys
Quarterfinals
Yuki BhamObri (.I), India, def. Richard
Becker, Germany, 6-1,7-5.
Adrien Puget (7), France,. def. 'Mikhal'
Biryukov, Russia,'6-4, 6-2.
Julen Uriguen (2), Guatemala, def.Julien
Obry (5), Frapce, 6-4, 6-0.
Alexandros-Ferdinandos Georgoudas,
Germany, def. Hsieh Cheng-peng (15),
Taiwan, 7-6 (8), 4-6, 6-4.
Girls
Quarterfinals
Noppawan Lertcheewakarfi (I.),
Thailand, def.Anna Orlik, Belarus, 6-1, 6-0.
Laura Robson (5), Britain, def..Elena
Bogdan (4i. Rommani. 6.3, 2-5 retired. '
Ksenia Pervak (3), Russia, def. Heather
Watson (9), Britain, 6-3,7-5.
Ana Bogdan (2), Romania, def. Kristina
MIadenovic (7), France, 6-4,6-2.,


HOCKEY


NHL schedule

Wednesday's Games
Pittsburgh 6, N.Y. Rangers 2
Calgary 5, Buffalo 2
Chicago 3,Anaheim 2
Nashville 5,Vancouver 3 ..
Thursday's Games
New Jersey at Boston (n)
Tampa Bay at Carolina (n)
N.Y. Islanders at Atlanta (n)
Montreal at Florida (n)
Dallas at Detroit (n)
Ottawa at St. Louis (n)
Toronto at Colorado (n)
Phoenix at San Jose (n)
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
Today's Games
Ottawa at Columbus, 7 p.m.
SPittsburgh at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia atTamp.a Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Nashville at Calgary, 9 p.m.


BOXING


Fight schedule


Today
At Bell Centre, Montreal (ESPN2),
Herman Ngoudjo,.Canada, vs.Juan Urango,
Miami, 12, for the vacant IBF light welter-
.weight title; Antonin Decarie, Canada, vs.
Michael Clark, Columbus, Ohio, 12, for the
WBO-NABO welterweight title.


BOWLING


League reports
Results of Lake City Bowl league
play follows.
MONDAY NIGHT MAVERICKS
Team standings: 1. Team 2 (11-1);
2. Lake City Bowl (8.5-3.5); 3. BDR
Hay Sales (8-4).
High scratch game: 1. George
Rye Jr. 300; 2. Chris Hamrick 264;
3. Curtis Gutzmer 253.
High scratch series: 1. George Rye
Jr. 720; 2. Josh Bisque 707; 3. John
Janki 694.
High handicap game: 1. George
Rye Jr. 312; 2. Chris Hamrick 291;
3T Bill Coleman 276.
High handicap series: 1.1George
Rye Jr. 756; 2. Steve Madsen 747;
3. John Janki 742.
High average: 1. Zech Strohl
212.75; .2. Wally Howard Jr. 206.89;
3. Robert Stone 203.58.
(results from Jan. 19)
WATERGUARD
SHigh scratch game: 1. Maggie
Battle 204; 2. Mary Lobaugh 201;
3. Lawanda Earls .186. 1. Bill Dolly'
236; 2. Wayne Johns 232; 3. Mark
Koppa 221.
,High scratch series: -1. Mary
Lobaugh 598; 2. Maggie Battle 509;
3. Dauty Riggs-493. 1. Bill Dolly 639;
2. Mark Koppa 609; 3. Robert Stone
588.
High handicap .game: 1. Lorie
SNiquette 245; 2. Beth Harden 243;
3. Lawanda Earls 242. 1. Jack
Stanfield 292; 2. Wayne Johns 264;
3. Harry Paul Lee 236,
High handicap, series: 1. -Dauty
Riggs' 667; 2. Joyce Hooper 649;
3. Linde Oliver 647. 1. Bill Dolly 699;
2. Mark Koppa 669; 3. Dess Fennell
635: .
High average: 1. Mary Lobaugh
190. 1. Robert:Stone 212.
iresulIs from Jar. 27)
MONDAY LADIES
Team standings: 1. EvP' Divas;
2. Mambajarnbas; 3. (tie)-PB & J's,
Lake City Bowl.
Hign scratch game: 1. Ida
Hollingsworth 232; 2. (tie) Shannon
Howard, Cal Harden 212.
High scratch series: 1: Ida
'Hollingsworth 591; 2. Shannon
Howard 579; 3, Cal Harden 569.
High handicap game: 1. Nancy
Torres 263; 2. Cal Harden 258; 3. (tie)


SCOREBOARD


BRIEFS



YOUTH VOLLEYBALL YOUTH SOFTBALL

LCVA fundraiser Tryouts for 12U

on Saturday set for Sunday


Members of Lake City
Volleyball Association's
14-, 16- and 17-under
players will serve
breakfast at Kazbors from
7:30-11 a.m. on Saturday
to raise funds for the
teams. Cost of a meal
ticket is $5.'
For details, call Casie
King at 365-3158.


Tryouts for the Sliders
12-and-under team are
scheduled for 2 p.m.,
Sunday, at the recreation
fields. For details, call
Mitch Shoup at 288-5170.
Columbia County Girls
Softball Association spring
registration is under way
at Brian's Sports.
E From staff reports


Wis.-Green Bay 83, Ill.-Chicago 72
Wis.-Milwaukee 72, Loyola of Chicago
58
Xavier 69, Charlotte 47
SOUTHWEST
SE Louisiana 75, Cent. Arkansas 64
Sam Houston St. 112, Lamar 105,20T
Stephen F.Austin 73, Northwestern
St.45
Texas A&M 79, Texas Tech 70
Texas-San Antonio 86,Texas St. 76
Tulane 61, Rice 59
Tulsa 75, UAB 74
UTEP 62, Houston 55


Shirley Berry, Ida Hollingsworth 253.
High handicap series: 1. Cal
Harden 707; 2. Shannon Howard 669;
3. Nancy Torres 660.
High average: 1. Jackie Young
185; 2. Julia Myers 182.
(results from Jan. 19)
DRIFTERS
Team standings: 1. S & F's; 2. Mud
Dawgers; 3. Pin Busters. .
High scratch game: 1. Cythe
Shiver 206; 2. Patti Wethington 193;
3. Donna Wynkoop 188. 1. Willie
Frazier 257; 2. Ricky Hewett 242;
3. Bill Dolly 223.
High scratch series: 1. Patti
Wethington 510; 2. Phyllis Benton
500; 3. Cythe Shiver '479. 1. Willie
Frazier 610; 2. Ricky, Hewett 584;
3.Tim Wethington 580:
High handicap game: 1. Cythe
Shiver 242; 2. Linda Smith 238;
3. Donna Wynkoop 235. 1. Willie
Frazier 288; 2. Ricky Hewett 271;
3 Curtis Moates 257.
High handicap series: 1. Lidla
Strickland 647; 2. Betty Dicks 618;
3. Patti Wethington 615. 1. Willie
,Frazier 703; 2. Ricky Hewett 671;
3 Curtis Moates 668.
High average: 1. Patti Wethington
167; 2. (tie) Cythe Shiver, Phyllis
Benton 163. 1. Tim Wethington 191;
2. Chris Sanders 189.
(results from Jan. 20)
TGIF
Team standings: 1. Holly Electric
(51.5-32.5); 2. The Control Freaks
(51-33); 3. BDR Hay Sales (50-34).
High scratch game: 1. Candace
Christie 231; 2. Patty Giddens 223;
3. Karen Coleman 203.1. Bill Coleman
256; 2. Jim Pauwels Sr. 236; 3. Tim
Wethington 232..
High scratch series: 1. Karen
Coleman 568; 2. Candace Christie
567; 3. Pat Gallegos 540. 1. Jim
Pauwels Sr. 663; 2. Bill Coleman 620;
3. Rich Madden 605.
High handicap game: 1. Candace

Christie 263; 2. Patty Giddens 261;
3. Heidi Snipes 250. 1. Bill Coleman
275; 2. Jim Pauwels Sr. 261; 3. Scott
Hunter 259.
High handicap series: 1. Dorothee
Call 704; 2. Linda Feasel 678;
3. Jamie Shrum 671. 1: Jim Pauwels
Sr. 738; 2. Roger Snipes 679; 3. Bill
Coleman 677.
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