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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Lake City reporter
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City, Fla
Publication Date: March 29, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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Volume ID: VID00894
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Clerk of Court's wife
Works for county
collection agency..
By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecit)reoorter.com
.: Columbia County Clerk
of Courts P. DeWitt Cason
is president of the Florida
Association of County Clerks.
His wife is an employee of the
company, which provides col-
lection services for more than


Local home
sales jump
30 percent.
Lake City, Live Oak
realized 33 closings
during February.

From siaff reports

Single-family existing
home sales in the Lake
City and Live Oak region
increased by 30 percent in
February, the first jump in
single-family existing home
S sales since 2007. according
to the Lake'City Board of
Realtors.
In a report released
Friday afternoon, statistics
compiled during February
show that 33 homes were
sold during. the month.
compared to 23 during the
same month in 2008.
During February, the
median sale price of exist-
ing homes- decreased
Sto $125,500. In the same
month in 2008, the median
sale price was $155.000.
Dan Gherna of the Lake
City Board of Realtors said
the slight uptick in the num-
ber sales was something to
get excited about.
"It is a good sign" Gherna
said. "February is the first
time we've seen a jump in
sales in more than a year. I
take it as a positive."
Of the 33 homes sold in
February. 24 were located in
Lake City. Nine were in Live
Oak. The median Lake City
sales price was $149,250,
while the median Live Oak
price was $110,000. accord-
ing to reports. Gherna said
foreclosure sales and short
sales play a factor in driving
prices down.
Lake City and Live Oak
are paired together for pur-
poses of collecting statistics
for the Florida sales report.
Gherna said March sales
appeared to be strong, too.
."We've had. 22 closings
through Friday And we still
have a few days left in the
month," he said.
Statewide in February,
HOMES continued on 5A


half of the
state's clerk
of court offic-
es, including
Columbia
County.
State
Caso n legislators
ing proposed bills designed
to realign County Clerk of
Court and court adminis-
trator duties brought this
relationship up as a possible
concern.


Cason, who was elected as
the Columbia County Clerk,
of Court in November 1988,1
was selected as the Florida
Association of County Clerks
president in June 2008. It's
his first time serving as the
association president and the
term ends in June.
Columbia County. along
with 45 other county clerk
of court offices in the state.
contracts with SC Services
as a collection company for
unpaid court debts.


Rick Bicknell, owner, presi-
deft and chief executive dffi-
cer for.SC Services confirmed
!that Cason's wife, Sherri, is
part owner of the company.
Sherri Cason also serves as
the company's vice president
in charge of sales.
Cason has been an employ-
ee of SC Services for about
seven years and Columbia
County has been one of its
clients since 2000.
CASON continued on 7.4


Come rain or shine


I JASONWMATnHEW WALKERIL:,e Cry Reporl.r
Member of the Florida Trail Association Omer Hensley (from left), Tom.Ferris and Andre Marcil
hike in the woods along the Suwannee River in the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State
Park Friday afternoon. The FTA is holding the three-day Florida Hiking Festival and Annual
Conference at the state park' ,

Rain doesn't dampen hikers'

fun at annual conference


By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakect) report ter. corn
II-ITE SPRINGS -
the FloFida;"
Trail
Association
enjoyed an
overcast sky and moderate
temperatures Saturday
as they were at midpoint
during the three-day Florida
Hiking Festival and Annual
Conference.
Centered at the Stephen
Foster Folk Culture Center
State Park, the event
included opportunities
for camping, hiking and
canoeing.
Many adventurers
enjoyed parts of the
Suwannee River Trail.
The annual conference
of the FTA, which first
incorporated in 1964,
usually is held on two


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILa*e :.1 P -.::ner
Veteran hikers George 'Billy Goat' Woodard (left), of Wellington,
Nev., and Mark 'Captain America' Bailey, of Orlando, pose for a
photograph. Woodard, 70, has hiked about 34,000 miles while
Bailey has clocked 9,000 miles --,they have walked 4,000 miles
together.
consecutive years at resident said she joined
the sane location, FTA the FTA in 1974 with her'
Executive Director husband, Daniel Kent.
Deborah Stewart-Kent said.
The 53-year-old Lakeland HIKING continued on 8A


JEFF M. HARDISONILake City Reporter
A 2006 Volvo semi tractor-trailer sits on
U.S. Highway 41 just before being towed from
the scene of a fatal crash Saturday morning.
There were two fatal wrecks Saturday morning.
Joseph M. McHugh, 20, of McAlpin died when a'
Saturn car he was driving collided with this truck,
according to reports.


Wreeks claim

lives of two

20-year-old dies when car
collides with tractor-trailer;
other victim not identified.

By JEFF M. HARDISON -
jhardison@iakecitqreporter.comn
Two separate crashes claimed'lives in Lake
City early Satfirday morning, according to
Florida Highway Patrol investigators.
In one crash, the victim was not identified by
FHP. In the other crash; a 20-year-old McAlpin
man died.
Person whose identity was not released by
press time on Saturday died in a:crash, FHP
Cpl: Bruce Summer said.
At about 4:05 a.m., a 2001. four-door
Mitsubishi was eastbound on U.S. Highway 90
when it left the roadway on the south shoulder
of the road less than a half-mile east of Billy
Craig Court, Summer said.
The driver was unable to gain control of the
car. It went back onto the road, crossed both
lanes of travel and went off the north shoulder
of the highway, where it hit a tree, he said.
WRECKS continued on 5A


Students honored
during ceremony

Achievers' Program recognizes
reflecting lives that show
peace and positive thinking.
By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com
Forty students from eight Columbia County
schools were honored Saturday afternoon for
their work in the past year.
The 4th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Achievers' Program was held at Olivet
Missionary Baptist Church. .These students
were honored for reflecting lives that show the
peace and positive thinking for which King was
known.
Bernice Presley said these students are
enthusiastic, extraordinary, creative leaders
who, are outstanding in their schools and the
community.
Columbia County School Board member
Linard Johnson said these students not only
ACHIEVERS continued on 5A


Motorcyclists ride for charity


Motorcycle riders round the
corner as they head toward
the Christian Service Center,
441 NW Washington St., on.
Saturday as part of a food
drive for the center. There
were 60 cycles participating
in the event, according to one
of the leaders of the event.


Hundreds of
cans donated to
Christian Center.
By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com
Hundreds of cans were
donated Saturday to the


Christian Service Center,
441 NW Washington St.,
from a charity motor-
cycle ride sponsored by
Columbia County Cycles
and APC North Florida and
Baya Auto.
Shirley McManus of the
Christian Service Center
thanked donors who helped


the effort.
Sixtymotorcycles partici-
pated in the event, and most
cycles carried two people,
said Sherman Stanley of
APC North Florida.
The motorcyclists were
treated to a meal at the cen-
RIDERS continued on 5A


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Alligator Lake Park to get greenery upgrade


From staff reports

The Alligator Lake Public Recreation
Area will get a change of greenery in the
near future.
Lauri Shubert, a native Lake City
resident, plans to make environmen-
tal enhancements at the park with the
installation of a habitat garden..
Shubert traveled to North Carolina last
year where she took a National Wildlife
Federation Volunteer Habitat Steward train-
ing course and received her certification.
"I am creating a hands-on educational
Wildlife Habitat Garden and working to


get the park certified as a Wildlife- Habitat
with the National Wildlife Federation,"
Shubert said. "This educational habitat
will initially contain 17 different species of
native plants (trees, shrubs, wildflowers
and grasses) with signage displaying the
botanical and common names of each plant
and what they provide for wildlife."
Plans calls for a pergola at the entrance,
which is being built by an Eagle Scout, to the
garden and a path that meanders through
the garden to allow the public to experience
that habitat up close and personal.
Shubert plans to begin work at the park
on Monday.


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EasterBunny arrives in town
Robert Bartlett drives a four-wheeler donated through Lake City Mall as he escorts the Easter
SBunny on Saturday afternoon. Katlyn Miller, 2, is seen as she follows him. Katlyn was with her
great-grandfather, who is hidden behind the bunny. The Easter Bunny will be at the mall from
noon to 4 p.m. today. Children can have their pictures taken with him for a fee.






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OPINION


.Sunday, March 29, 2009


OUR


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OPINION


Economy

showing

a pulse


Reports of a
%./' i Jump in
single-family.
existing homes
sales both in Columbia County
and statewide might not herald
the end of a sluggish market,
the numbers are strong enough
to justify a positive statement or
two from local home sellers and
real estate professionals.
For more than a year, the
news about local home sales
had been more bad than good.
Driven by a weak economy and
myriad other factors, the Lake
City Board of-Realtors has had
little positive to report Now,
ebrruary numbers indicate a
30 percent spike in sales in the
Lake City-Live Oak region, and.
much of the rest of Florida is
also witness to growth to an
average statewide sales figure
20 percent above this period
last year. .
It is too early to declare'a
continued sales boom in our
housing market but with early
i reports of strong March sales,'
it is not too early to suggest
that our local economy has
taken an uptick.
As recent sales numbers
indicate, this may be the
buyers' market that some
real estate professionals are
suggesting it is.
Obviously, more than a few
local buyers are finding their
way to fair and encouraging
Ideals. "' ..... .

_H IG H T"-'- H TS "
IN HISTORY,
-* ; In 1867, Britain's Parliament
passed the British North America Act,
to create the Dominion of Canada.
U In 1882, the Knights of Cbluribus
was chartered in Connecticut.
In 1951, Julius and Ethel Rosen-''
berg were convicted of conspiracy
to commit espionage. (They were
executed in June 1953.)
In 1959, the Billy Wilder farce
'Some Like It Hot," starring Marilyn
Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack
j.. emmon, opened in New York.
*,In 1962, Jack Paar hosted NBC's
."Tonight" show for the final time.
U In 1973, the last United States
combat troops left South Vietnam,
.nding America's direct military
-,involvement in the Vietnam War.

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CHS sports in Great Depression


ately there has been
talk about how to
keep our school
sports programs alive
during these hard
economic times. Here are three
ways CHS kept sports going
during the, Great Depression.
M Sam Eff, the CHS track
coach in 1930, knew there
was no way the Tigers or
their opponents could afford
to travel to track meets so he
suggested the conference create
telegraphic track meets and
they did.-,
They worked like this. All
conference teams stayed home
and conducted their own
intra-squad track meets. The
coaches recorded the best track
an field performances, using
the ionor system, then sent
the results to the conference
headquarters which compiled
the results and announced the
winners.
In football, CHS mainly
played nearby teams and
some of them twice, on a
home-and-honie basis.
To save money ori
gas, parents, coaches and
community supporters would
take turns transporting the kids
home every day after practice
early car pooling and team
parents would chip in money to
help pay for the gas.
Likewise, coaches and
parents would drive players to
and from the out-of-town games
in their private cars. The late
Biddie Crawford, one of those
athletes, said many times he
would sleep on the way home
after a game with
his head resting on the shoulder
of Coach Hooser's wife,,.
Gertude, while Hobe drove
back to Lake City.
Similar problems existed
during the harsh days of World
War II. For example, every ,
CHS coach got drafted into'
.the service and it looked like
CHS would not be able to field
a football team in the early


Morris Williams
Phone: (386) 755-818M
williamsh2@fim.edu
372 W Duval St
Lake City, FL 32055
1940s. Then, citizens Frank
Oosterhoudt and Doc Melton,
neither with any connection to
our school system, stepped in
and coached the Tigers for two
years for no pay.
Maybe none of these
solutions was ideal but they
enabled our CHS kids to have
a sports program during hard
times, and we will find ways
to keep our school sports
programs going in these
difficult times, too. ,
It may not be easy but we
will find a way.

School Museum thanks
N To Billy and Marsha
Tompkins Dow for donating
several excellent photos of
Annie Tompkins Perkins Dicks
and her CHS Class of 1934, with
names, along with newspaper
write-ups of their various class
reunions,
Also, Billy donated a 1959
LCJHS football program for
the game where the Falcons
defeated Stearly's Midgets from
Collegeville, Pa., 20-12. Some
on the LCJHS team were Billy,
SRonnie Mangle, Otis Roberts,
Kenneth Green, David Criswell
and Rickey Walker.
To Mary Virginia (Ginnie)
Ives McRae for donating a photo
showing Five Points Eleirentary
School's first principal (Paul
Giebeig, Jr.) and first,secretary
(Nellie Ives, Ginnie's'Mother).
Both were mainstays at the
,school. Paul served as principal
from 1955 until his death in


1980, and Nellie served as
secretary for 17 years.
An interesting side note was
that Paul had previously been
principal at the Watertown
School and had been assigned
to be the Five Points Principal
when that school opened.
However, construction at
the Five Points school was
delayed so the students went
to school for two years at the
First Methodist Church's
Wesley hall (Now the Brannon,
Brown law office building) until
construction for Five Points was
complete and ready for student
occupancy.
1 To CHS grad George
Hunter who donated a rare
17 by 24 poster showing
the members of the 1970
Richardson Wolves 9th Grade
Center football team. Some
members of that team were
George, Richard Giebeig, Marty
Hudson, Skipper McRae, Guy
Williams, Delvey Dicks and
Wayne and Willie Jernigan.
Their coaches were Head
Coach Rick Rawleigh and
assistant coaches Rhea Hart,
Jake Bradley and Mike Murphy.
A champion passes
. Harold Williams (CHS
1947) died Saturday, March
21, at age 80. He had been
a starting forward on CHS's
only state championship
basketball team 62.years
ago. His' fellow members of
the starting five were Wink
Criswell (center), Jerry Willis
and Dee Dee Barnes (guards),
and Pat Summerall and Harold
(forwards). Jim Melton was
their coach.
Recovery room
The hospital recovery room
is the place hospitals send you
to lie down after you see your
medical bills.
* Morris Williams is a local
historian and long-time Columbia
County resident.


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Investing

locally is

show of

confidence


homes in the
Lake City-Live Oak
area during the
month of February
may be a flicker of light for
all of us. True, ifs not many
existing home sales, but in
recent months it's more than
we have been able to count
and report.
It's an increase.
It's a good sign.
The economy may be'
giving us different signals
depending on the day of
the week, but hearing good
news from the real estate
sector is encouraging, even if
foreclosures and short sales do
count in the figure.
Equally encouraging in
these statistics is that.the
Lake City units figuring into
the median sale price average
$149,250. Sales are up and the
Lake City prices from a year
ago have' not been shredded.
We recorded a median sales
price of $155,000 a year ago.
We'll all take any good -
news we can as we cross the *
threshold into the second
quarter this week.

Stop waiting for the
'right' time and go
spend some money.

It's hard to watch television
and stomach the national
news reports. You could
literally watch for hours, listen
to the talking heads babble
incessantly and still not come
out with any clear opinion of
the cause, effect and solution
for economic recovery in
America.
It becomes clearer each day
that no one in Washington
in either party has a clue
about what to-do.
The one clear factor is that
for 99.9 percent of us, there will
be no congressional caravan
rolling down Interstate 75 to
rescue us with some federal
bailout The majority of us in
Columbia County will find our
own way to prosperity through
self-reliance and honest hard
work. And if we don't help each
other through this difficult
time, no one else is going to
lift a finger. We're all in this
economic pinch together.
Tyson Johnson of Parks
Johnson Insurance passed
along a brilliant concept last
week that centered on the
simple idea of shop locally.
Spend it here and, in time,
it will come back to you. He
gave his employees a bonus
paid out in $2 bills with special
Stickers on the money to
show how it turns over in our
community. The Lake City-
Columbia County Chamber
of Commerce endorsed the
concept and lauded the idea.
Shop local is a message
we often crow loudly about
in various forums on this
page. There is no denying
the importance of spending
money in our local Columbia
County economy. All statistics
show that money spent locally
can turn over be re-spent
in our community as much
as seven times. Money spent
locally helps to boost local
businesses, which in turn pays
salaries of local people, etc.


So stop waiting for the
"right" time and go spend
money. Show some confidence
in our local economy. Just do
it within the reasons of sound
judgment. And spend it locally.
N Todd Wilson is publisher of the
Lake City Reporter.


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RIDERS:
Continued From Page 1A
ter following the ride. There
were drawings for a variety
of door prizes.
Six pilots from the Cannon
Creek subdivision donated
10, 30-minute airplane and
helicopter rides, which
were bid upon through a
silent auction.
Beyond the, motorcy-
clists, volunteers came
from Pleasant Grove United
Methodist. Church, First
UMC of Lake City, White
Springs UMC, Wesley
Memorial UMC, First
Presbyterian of Lake City,.
Epiphany Catholic Church,
Orchard Community
Church, Pine Grove Baptist
Church, Southside Baptist
Church, Parkview Baptist
Church, Hopeful Baptist
Church and Wellborn
Baptist Church.
The Christian Service
Center is supported solely
by non-government dona-
tions such as churches,
individuals, and businesses,
and is governed by a board
of directors.
The motorcycle riders
donate to charities each
quarter. Next quarter, the
Lake City Animal Shelter is
scheduled to be the recipi-
ent, Stanley said.


HOMES:
Continued From Page 1A
there were 9,858 single-fam-
ily existing homes sold, an
increase of 20 percent above
sales in February 2008.
Locally in February,
Gainesville' sales dropped
25 percent and totaled 106
units. Jacksonville saw
729 units sold, a 6 percent
increase from February
2008. Panama City saw 84
units sold, marking a 29 per-
cent increase. Tallahassee
sales dropped 37 percent
compared to 2008 with 84
units sold during February.
Fort Myers-Cape Coral
showed the largest margin
of growth in the state with
a 97 percent increase com-
pared to the same month
in 2008. A total of 875 units
were sold during February.
The median sales price was
$97,500.

Annual

Toxic

Roundup'

scheduled
From staff reports

The annual Columbia
County Toxic Roundup is
scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
on April 4 at the Columbia
G County Fairgrounds.
Residents can safely dis-
pose of their household haz-
ardous waste, including old
paint, used oil, pesticides,
herbicides, insecticides
and batteries. Tires will not
be accepted at this event.
There is a small fee for busi-
nesses to dispose of their
toxic waste.
For more information,
call Columbia County Solid
Waste Director Bill Lycan
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Former New Yorkers gather
Some of the many people who participated in the 7thAnnual New York Day at Tucker's Fine Dining, in the Hotel Blanche,
enjoy their meals on Saturday. The dining room was full as Tony Buzzella entertained the crowd.


JEFF M. HARDISONILake City Reporter
Some of the 40 students honored Saturday afternoon in the Achievers' Program stand to be recognized. They are among the
people who exercise ideals expressed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for peace and positive thinking.


WRECKS:
Continued From Page 1A
The car rotated clock-
wise, coming to rest among
other trees and it became
engulfed in flames. The
identity of the driver, who
was pronounced dead at the
scene, was not confirmed,
Summer said.
In another fatal crash
Saturday morning, at about
4:30, the left front of a north-
bound 2006 Volvo semi trac-
tor-trailer smacked into the
left front of a 2008 Saturn
car, when'the car crossed
the center line and the
semi was unable to miss it,
despite swerving, FHP Cpl.
Linda Albritton said.
That accident happened
just south of Interstate 10
on U.S. Highway 41.
Joseph M. McHugh, 20,
of McAlpin was driving the
Saturn car. He died.
Jerry M. Alexander, 45,
of Palatka was driving the
Volvo semi.





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excel in academics, but they demonstrate
the morals and integrity by "doing the
right thing."
He told the students that they should
continue the practices for which they were
honored late that Saturday afternoon.
Calandra Wise, a Columbia High School
graduate who went on to college and
became an author and illustrator, was the
keynote speaker.
She told listeners that she was not there
representing authors. Instead, she came as
a single mother who lived in a low-income ,


housing neighborhood.'
Wise told the students they must "pass
the baton of from generation to genera-
tion." She spoke about Richardson High
School graduates who went on to college
and returned to teach in their community.
Her dream is that every student hon-
ored Saturday will know they are valuable
and that they were created by God with
a purpose. She asked them to pass the
"baton of wisdom" on to their classmates
and to pray for colleagues whom they see
as needing help.


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OBITUARIES


Dawn Marie Fralick
:Jan. 5, 1966-March 26, 2009
Mrs.; Dawn Marie Fralick, 43,
bf Lake City, died unexpectedly
Thursday, March 26, 2009. A
native' of Flint, Michigan, Mrs.
Fralick had been a resident of
Lake., City since 1972 having
moved here from Michigan.
The daughter of the late Ellis &
Iva Coon Butler, Mrs. Fralick
was a home maker and .was
of the Methodist faith. In her
spare time she enjoyed growing
her flo6wrs & plants .'and she
especially enjoyed decorating.
Mrs. Fralick is survived by hei
husband of twenty-three years,
David Fralick: her. daughters,
Angela 'Nicole Fralick of Lake
City and Lyndsie Lorraine
Fralick Trawick (Jake) of
Ocala; two grandsons, 'Jake
Trawickl Jr. of Ocala and Trent
Treece. of Lake City; a brother
Donald Butler of Michigan and
two sisters, Sandra Cross of
Lake City and Lynn Butler of
Michigain; and her mother-in-
law, Bofinie Fralick of Lake City.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Pralick will be conducted at 3-:00
P.M., Wednesday, April 1, '2009
in the chapel of the Dees-Parrish
Family Funeral Home with
Rev. Ken Hamilton officiating.
Cremation 'arrangements
are under the direction of the
DEES-PARRISH FAMILY
FUNERAL HOME, 458
S. Marion Ave., Lake City.
(386)752-1234 .Please sign our
on-lite family guestbook at www.
parrishfamilyfuneralhome.com

Pamela Bumrgarner Norman
Mrs. Pamela Bumgamer Norman,
46, of Raiford, died Saturday
morning at her residence
after an extended illness.
Mrs. Norman was born in
Lake City. She lived in Texas
and Valdosta, Ga. before
-movifig to Raiford in 1988.
She graduated from Valdosta
High School and Valdosta
State College with a B.A. in
special education. She earned


her Masters in Education from.
Phoenix University. She was 'a
teacher, working %*ith the public
school s irtern Baker. Bradford
and Union counties. Her last
position was a ,supervising
teacher with St. Leo TUni ersith
She was a member of Ta)Ilor
Church. of northern Baker
County where she was a nursery
director .and church secretary .
Mrs. Norman is survived by
her husband of 21 years, Joseph
"Joe" Norman of Raif6rd;
one daughter and son-in-law,
Kristen and Andy Adams of-
Gainesville; three sons, Joey
Norman and Tyler Norman,
both of Raiford; and Cason
Norman of Jacksonville; her
parents, Harry and Patricia
Bumgarner of Lake City; two
sisters, Kim Allen of Lake City
and Kris Lansdown of Houston,
Texas; two grandchildren,
Kadence,: ,and. Braden
Adams, both of Gainesville.
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday, March 31, 2009, at
11:00 A.M. at the Fellowship
Baptist Church of Raiford with
Pastor Mark Woods of Taylor
Church officiating. Burial will
follow at Sapp Cemetery in
Raiford. Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler is' in charge
of arrangements.; The family
will receive friends at Archer
Funeral Home on Monday
evening froro 6 P.M. to 8 P.M.

Obituaries are .paid advertise-
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CASON: Doesn't believe conflict of interest exists
Continued From Page 1A


"I don't see this as being a conflict
of interest," Bicknell said. "I was
doing work for Columbia County for
two to two-and-a-half years before she
started working here."

Aware of the situation .
Bicknell said he kpew Sherri Cason.
before she was married to DeWitt..
He also knew her from a previous
job when they both worked for the
Florida Department of-Revenue.
"Before she came to work here we
already had about 20 Florida coun-
ties," he said. "She was hired to help
open up territories."
SC Services provides collection ser-
vices for government agencies. The
company serves agencies in Florida,
Georgia, South Carolina, Mississippi,
Texas and Illinois.
"During the time of (DeWitt)
Cason's presidency, we've signed no
Florida contracts," Bicknell said. "We
have not signed a Florida contract in
three years."
Cason said he -signed with SC
Services in 2000, with Bicknell, who
already had signed contracts with
other counties to become their collec-
tion agency.
"I thought quite frankly it looked
like a good deal for the citizens of
Columbia County because there
was no cost to the taxpayers\ and
they simply collect the unpaid fines,"
Cason said. The clerk of courts also
completed a company background
check and learned SC Services was a
bonded company and registered with
the state.

Only game in town
When SC Services was chosen as
the collection agency, Cason said it
was the only collection .company in
the state which collected delinquent
fines.
"I would imagine those other coun-
ties stayed with them for the same
reason I did the staff is.very com-
fortable and they are satisfied with
the people there," he said.
Cason estimated that SC Services
has collected $1.5 million ih unpaid
fines -and other debts since the busi-
ness' became the local clerk's col-
lection agency. He said he does not
believe there is a conflict of interest
even though his wife works for the
collection agency.
"No, there is no conflict of interest
simply because there is no cost to the


taxpayers whatsoever," Cason- said.

A basis for charging fees
SC Services is contracted to charge
40 percent for the collection services
it provides the maximum allowed
by state law.
Bicknell said a state statute; deter-.
mines the maximum percentage SC
Services is able to. collect from the
fees his agency recovers.
'The 40 'percent is not paid by the
county, ifs paid by the defendant,"
he said. "It doesn't cost the county a
dime for our services. We take all the
inherit risks and we don't get paid
unless we collect money. The county
gets back 100 percent of their money
from the fee amount at no costs."
Bicknell said SC Services collects
the maximum allowable percentage
because the company provides mul-
tiple collection services for county
clerks.
"The reason that we do (collect
40 percent) is because our services
are all the court debts, not just traf-
fic (fines)," he said. "We provide an
honest collection service for all the
courts we serve. We are different
from every other company in that we
collect all the debts that come through
the clerk's office criminal and mis-
demeanor debts, filing fees, public
defender liens, indigent care costs,
bad checks and also traffic fines."

Changes prompted action?
Cason said he believes his posi-
tion and his wife's employment have
become an issue because he's serving
as the Florida Association of County
Clerks president and there are pro-
posed bills which could change the
duties 'of court clerks and court
administrators.
"I think it's an attempt to attack-
me, and by attacking me it makes
the entire clerks association look bad,
- and I don't think they've accom-
plished that," he said. "As a matter
of fact, I think the representative that
initially made the comments is angry
that she was misled."
State Representative Sandra
"Sandy" Adams, voiced the initial con-
cerns earlier in March about Cason
serving as the Florida Association
of County Clerks president while his
wife worked for the collection services
vendor. Adams serves as chair for the
House of Representative's Criminal
and Civil Justice Appropriations


Committee.
Repeated calls to her office for a
comment about the business relation-
ship were not returned.
Yet C6olumbia is not the only county
that uses SC Services, and it is not the
only county in which, county clerks
appear to be satisfied with the work
done by the collections vendor.

Satisfied customers
Buddy Irby is working in his 17th
year as the Alachua County Clerk of
Court.
Alachua County is one of the 46
Florida counties which uses SC
Services as its collection service. Irby
said Alachua County has been using
SC Services for at least four years and
possibly as many as seven years.
He said SC Services was chosen to
provide the collection services for the
Alachua County Clerk of Court office
after a bidding process.
"They were selected in a competi-
tive bid," Irby said, noting company
representatives were interviewed
following a presentation, and their
selection was made based on a point
scale.
Irby said it's the county's purchas-
ing procedure to seek requests for
proposals and bids for 'professional
services. '
Suwannee County has also select-
ed SC Services to be the collection
agency for its clerk of court office.
Suwannee County Clerk of Court
Barry Baker said Suwannee County
has used SC' Services 'for several
years. )
Baker, who has been the Suwannee
County Clerk of Court for three
months, said the county used S.'C.
Services before he was elected.
"We are continuing our contract,"
he said, noting Suwannee County has
used SC Services since at least 2004.
Baker said Penn Collection ser-
vices provides collection services
for Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach
County, Orange County, Orlando,
Miami and Fort Lauderdale, as well
as for a host of Texas governments.
Baker noted that:sonie governments
may use more than one collection
service.
He said after reviewing the paper-
work between the two companies
and talking to other county clerks,
the decision was made to retain SC
Services.
"We've been satisfied' with their
services," Baker said.


PETA commends Lake City Police Department


By TONY BRITT "Compassionate
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com awards are given
awards are given
The Lake. City Police to individuals
Department will 'receive who make the
an award from one of the world a kinder
country's leading animal wor a inder
rights activist groups for place for
recent work on an animal animals."
cruelty case.
Representatives from Danielle Katz,
the People for the Ethical special projects coordinator
Treatment of Animals in PETA's campaign
(PETA) are sched- department
uled to give the PETA
Compassionate Police PETA officials, said the
Department Award to department should be
the department on behalf receiving the award in the
of officers Paul Kash and near future.
Brian Bruenger, who made "We mailed it (the
the arrests in the case. Lake award) out already so they
City Police Department should be receiving it very
Public Information Officer soon," said Danielle Katz,
Lt. Joe Moody will receive special projects coordina-
a framed certificate and a tor in PETA's campaign
"'Thank you note" signed' department
by PETA staffers. Katz said the PETA
PETA representatives Compassionate Police
made the announcement Department award is just
Friday morning noting one of numerous compas-
the department is slated sionate awards given' by
to receive the award for "the organization.
its work on a case where "Compassiopate awards.
four Lake City teenagers are given to individuals who
were arrested for allegedly make the world a kinder
breaking into the humane place for animals," she said.
society office on three sep- "PETA is recognizing Lake
arate occasions, stealing City officers with a compas-
four puppies and tossing sionate police department
one of the puppies? off an award for their efforts to
overpass to its death, track down the alleged ani-


mal abusers."
SKatz said they give out
compassionate awards
because people, no matter
who they are, can make a
difference.
"The hard work and
determination of these offi-
cers set a positive example
for the community and
inspire other people to help
animals who are in need,"
she said.:
According to 'information
from PETA, Moody adopt-
ed a dog from the animal
shelter while conducting
the 'investigation. PETA
commended him for rais-
ing awareness about the


importance of adopting
animals from animal shel-
ters and for helping to take
a bite out of the homeless
dog and cat crisis.
"We commend' Lt.
Moody and officers Kash
and Bruenger for their
efforts to bring the peo-
ple responsible for these
violent crimes to justice,"
said PETA Vice President'
Daphna Nachminovitch
in a prepared statement.
"Lake City residents are
very fortunate to have the
dedication of officers who
stand ready to protect and
serve -the, state's human
and animal residents."


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Dozens of
hikers camp
out in tents, RVs
and their own
cars in an area
designated as
Tent City
during the
Florida Hiking
Festival
and Annual
Conference.

JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter

HIKING: Annual conference is 3 days
Continued From Page 1A


There are 18 chapters.of the FIA,
she said. While the Suwannee Chapter
(Live Oak) was the host chapter for this
year and last year, every chapter has
a duty, she said. The Florida Crackers
Chapter (Gainesville) was responsible for
registration. The Happy Hoofers Chapter
(Fort Lauderdale) conducted the silent
auction and the Indian River Chapter
(Melbourne) performed the raffle for
many donated items, Stewart-Kent said.
Judy Trotta of Gainesville has been the
FTA program director for the past half
dozen years. She organizes the annual
conference each year, Stewart-Kent said.
Some hikers went for a two-hour
morning jaunt along the Suwannee River.
There were many hiking opportunities
open for participants throughout the
weekend.
FTA Heartland Chapter Chairman
Andrew Quagliana took some of his 11
members on an organized hike. As a
group and participating in an FIA event,
they were sure to have .a "sweeper," a last
person in the caravan to make sure. no,
stragglers are injured or missing. He was
the "leader."
Quagliana ran into a bit of.a conundrum
just before gathering his flock for their
walk that morning.
He was speaking with Ed Talone of
Maryland about a free walking stick that
goes out to new members, who join the
American Hiking Society at a certain
level. The stick did not appear to extend
properly. -
Paul Cummings, 77, of Lake Worth, and
who is a member of the FTA Loxahatchee
Chapter, showed his 46-year-old Winter
Haven counterpartlhow to make the stick
extend.
Cummings and his wife Sherry, 72,
have been FTA members for more than
35 years, he said. Cummings endorses .
using two walking sticks, as does his wife,


they said. They love walking next to the
Suwannee River and through the park, he
said, because of its natural beauty.
"Using a walking stick makes a whole
lot of difference," Cummings said. "On
the, Suwannee River Trail, it is irregular. If
you are walking and not watching where
you are going, you may trip. By having a
stick, you don't have to pay 100 percent
attention to where you walk.
"I could give you 50 reasons to use a
hiking stick. It saves you 15 percent of the
body energy you would expend, because
you put the stick in the ground and it lifts
your. body up." ,
Cummings said he is "a two-stick man"
and his wife uses two hiking sticks as
well. Their children, two in Texas and
one in Daytona, use hiking sticks, too, he
added.
Hiking sticks are good for fending off
wildlife, like coyotes, and for moving
spider webs from the path.
Quagliana said he is "a no-stick man."
He said the terrain in Florida is relatively
flat, and he is relatively young. He has
been in the FTA since 2004, but has hiked
and camped with family and friends for
most of his years.
Quagliana and friends were staying in
a camper Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights.
"We were high and dry," he said in
regard to Saturday's rain showers.
He is prepared to hike in the rain,
he.said, by carrying rain gear in his
backpack. He recommends hikers use
proper gear.
A 500-mile long distance hiking trail
grew from the 1960s to become to a
federally designated National Scenic Trail
of more than 1,400 miles across the state
of Florida today.
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Section B


BRIEFS

JUNIOR OLYMPICS
Qualifying event
on Wednesday
The Junior Olympic
skills competition for
basketball, soccer, track
S and field, and tennis was
postponed to Wednesday,
along with Richardson's
Spring Break Fun Day.
The skills competition is
for ages 8-13.
For details, call Nicole
Smith or Adee Farmer at
754-7095, or visit www.
jrolympicskills.com.
CHS TRACK
Donut sell for
fundraiser
Columbia High track
athletes are selling
S"' Krispy Kreme donuts for
delivery on Wednesday.
To place an order, see
a track team member or
e-mail coach April Morse
at eanbz@bellsouth.net.
YOUTH SWIMMING
Registration to
begin Monday
Columbia Swim Team,
now part of Gator Swim
Club out of Gainesville,
has registration at
the Columbia Aquatic
, Complex from 4-5:30 p.m.:
Monday through Friday.
Bring a copy of your
child's birth certificate
and be prepared to swim.
For details, call Paula
Burns 755-9619.
E From staff reports

GAMES

Monday
Fort White High JV
baseball at Gainesville
High, 6 p.m.
Columbia High JV
baseball vs. Eastside
High, 7 p.m.
U, Columbia High
softball at Keystone
Heights High, 7 p.m.
(JV-5) .
Tuesday
Fort White High
softball vs. RPK. Yonge
.School, 6 p.m.
1 Fort White High
baseball at Williston
High, 7 p.m. (JV-4:30)
Wednesday
Columbia High
baseball vs. Valdosta
High, 6 p.m.
Thursday
SFColumbia High
tennis vs. Fleming Island;
High, 3:30 p.m.
Columbia High
S weightlifting e vs.;
Gainesville High, 4 p.m.
Fort White High
softball at Hamilton
County High, 7 p.m.
(JV-5)
Fort White High
baseball vs. Melody
; Christian Academy,
7 7 p.m.
Columbia High JV
baseball at Suwannee
High, 7 p.m.
Friday"
Columbia High
softball vs. Ridgewood
High in Bell High
tournament, 5 p.m.
U Columbia High JV
baseball vs. Santa Fe
High, 6 p.m.
Fort White High
baseball vs. Union
S' "County High, 7 p.m.
(JV-4:30)
Saturday
Columbia High
baseball vs. Leesburg
: High, 1 p.m.
Columbia High
softball vs. Bayshore
Christian School in Bell


High tournament, 1 p.m.
Columbia High
-/ softball vs. tournament
* host Bell High, 2:30 p.m.


All


Wolves


inaugural


Hill's All-Star
capture title with
57-54 OT victory.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
J t was only
fitting that, in
the Richardson
Community Center
gymnasium -
where so many memories
have been made the
final battle came down to
a pair of Wolves.
Hill's All-Stars a team
consisting of Jakeem Hill,
Cameron Reynolds, Tavaris
Reynolds and Kenneth
Williams overcame an
early deficit and pulled
out an overtime victory,
over the Wolves Saturday
afternoon in the
inaugural Newspapers
in Education basketball
tournament
Both teams were
decked in the orange and
green Richardson Wolves
jerseys, pitting wolf
against wolf in the final
game after all other
challengers had been
eliminated.
The Wolves began
the tournament wth a
38-31 victory against the
Stallions. .
In the second round the
Wolves ran away with a
65-22 victory against'
Accardi Trailblazers.
Hill's All-Stars als made'
it look easy with a 64-20
win against CCA.
The Wolves and
All-Stars continued on a
crash course to the final
with the All-Stars taking
down CHS/Richardson
Middle School, 63-33 in
the next round, while the
Wolves continued to play
defense by beating the
CQS coaches 49-22 to set
up the first meeting of the
two teams.
The All-Stars came away
with a 10-point edge in the
first meeting between the


two teams by edging out
the Wolves, 46-36.
The loss pitted the
Wolves in a rematch with
the CHS coaches and,
although the coaches gave
it a better go-around in
the second try, the Wolves
came out on top, 48-32.
The win advanced the
Wolves into the finals
needing to win back-to-
back games against the
All-Stars.
In the end, City
Councilman Jake Hill Jr.'s
sponsored team pulled
out a 57-54 victory in-
overtime, completing ain
undefeated run through
the tournament brackets.
The team was presented
with a trophy for its
efforts. More than 150
were in attendance -
throughout the day.
"The community ,
response to our first NIE-T,
was incredible," said Todd
Wilson, publisher of the
Lake City Reporter.
"I want to thank all
of ofir sponsors for
their generosity and
the volunteers from
the. Reporter. staff and
Richardson Community ,
Center who helped make'
this event a success.
"We were able to raise
funds that will be
turned around and given
back to Columbia County
students through'
Newspapers in Education,"
he said.
Funds were raised
through teams playing-in
the tournament, admission,
raffles and concession sales.
A check for nearly $750
- money that will go
toward NIE was donated
by Columbia High School
Principal Terry Huddleston'
during the early rounds of
play. The money donated
was raised by donations
from students and teachers
at CHS.
The total amount of
money raised had not been
totaled Saturday evening.


Rainy days for



Tigers, Indians


Columbia, Fort
White suffer
district defeats.
From staff reports

Columbia High softball
had its six-game win streak
snapped at Lake Weir High
on Friday. The Hurricanes
held off the Lady Tigers,
5-4, in a District 4-5A game.
Columbia fell to 14-5 over-
all and ended district play
at 8-4. Columbia will host
the district tournament the
week of April 20.
At Lake Weir, Columbia
jumped out to a 2-0 lead in
the top of the first inning.
Michaela Burton walked,
stole secondbase and scored
on a single by Stephanie
Pilkington. Pilkington
scored on a grounder by
Megan Hill.
The Lady Tigers were set


down 1-2-3- the next four
innings, as Lake Weir built
a 5-2 lead. Jessica Keene
gave up the runs in the first
two innings. Hill relieved
and pitched four scoreless
innings.
In the sixth inning,
Amanda Roach walked and
scored on an RBI-double by
Keene.
Burton had a single in
the seventh inning, but was
thrown out trying to stretch
it into a double. Pilkington
singled and scored on a
double by Hill, but Columbia
stranded the tying run at
third base.
Hill and Keene each had
two hits.
"We had a chance to win
and that's all you can ask
for," coach Jimmy Williams
said.
Columbia plays at
Keystone Heights High at
7 p.m. on Monday.


Lady Indians softball
The Lady Indians of Fort
White High braved the
weather on Friday night as
they went down to Williston
High to take on the Lady
Devils in a district match-
up.
Williston was one batter
away from a no-hitter in a
10-0 win in five innings.
Alexi Hodson broke up
the no-hitter leading off the
fifth inning for the Lady
Indians' only hit.
"The better team won.
tonight," coach Frank
Howell said. '"They came
out and hit the ball well.
They just played really
well, but I'm proud of our
girls. They never got down
despite the score, and kept,
playing hard until the final
out."
PREP continued on 4B


Photos by
JASON MATTHEW WALKER
Lake City Reporter
TOP:The winning team,
the Hill's All-Stars, of the
inaugural Newspapers
In Education basketball
tournament claimed the
championship trophy at the
"Richardso'"CbMiUfrlnit'
Center on Saturday. Pictured
are (from far left): Kenny
Williams, Jakeem Hill, team
sponsor City Councilman.
Jake Hill Jr., Cameron
Reynolds, Lake City Reporter
Publisher Todd Wilson and
his daughter Lauren. Not
pictured is Tavaris Reynolds
who also played on the team.


BOTTOM: Matthew Dillard
(22), of The Wolves, attempts
to block Jakeem Hill (23),
'of the Hill's All-Stars, as he
goes up for a layup during
the championship game of
the double-elimination NIE
Tournament. The All-Stars
beat the Wolves in overtime .
57-54.


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FOX NASCAR.Sprint Cup, Goody's
Fast Relief 500, at Martinsville,Va.
4:30 p.m.
ESPN2 NHRA, Spring Nationals,
final eliminations, at Baytown, Texas
(same-day tape)
BOWLING
2 p.m.
ESPN PBA, Long Island Classic, at
West Babylon, N.Y.
GOLF
9 a.m.
TGC European PGATour, Open de
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I p.m.
TGC Champions Tour, The Cap
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2:30 p.m.
NBC PGA Tour, Arnold Palmer
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7 p.m.
TGC.- LPGA, Phoenix International,
final round, (same-day tape)
MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
2-p.m., .
CBS National' coverage, NCAA
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doubleheader, Louisville vs. Michigan St.
at Indianapolis and Oklahoma' vs. North
Carolina at Memphis,Tenar
SNBA BASKETBALL
I p.m.
ABC Dallas at Cleveland
3:30 p.m.
WGN Chicago at Toronto
8p.m.
ESPN San Antonio at New
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RODEO
8 p.m.
VERSUS PBR,Ty Murray Invitational,
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TENNIS
I p.m. .
FSN ATP World Tour/WTA Tour.
Sony' Ericsson Open, early round: at
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WOMEN'S COLLEGE
BASKETBALL
S' Noon ,
ESPN NCAA Division .I
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Connecucut vs Californa. at Trenton, NJ
S230 p.m. ,,
ESPN2 NCAA Division I
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7:30 p.m.
ESPN2 NCAA Division' I
tournament, regional semifinal, Purdue vs.
Rutgers, at Oklahoma City
9:30 p.m. "
ESPN2 NCAA Divisiori I
tournament, regional semifinal, Pittsburgh
vs. Oklahoma, at Oklahoma City

BASKETBALL

NBA schedule

Friday's Games
Orlando 110, Milwaukee 94
Toronto 112, Oklahoma City 96
Charlotte 100, Philadelphia 95
Cleveland 107, Minnesota 85
L .A Lakers 103, New Jersey 95
NewYork 103, New Orleans 93
Boston 99,Atlanta 93
Denver 103, Dallas 101
San Antonio I 11, LA. Clippers 98-
Memphis. 113, Sacramento 95
Saturday's 'Games
'Chicago 112, Indiana 106
Detroit at Washington (n)
New York at Charlotte (n)
-', Milwaukee at Miami (n)
LA Clippers at Houston (n)
Phoenix at Utah (n)
Golden State at Denver (n)
Memphis at Portland (n)
Today's Games
Dallas at Cleveland, I p.m.
Chicago at Toronto, 3:30 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Atlanta, 3:30 p.m.
New Jersey at Minnesota, 3:30 p.m.
Philadelphia at Detroit, 6 p.m.
Washington at Indiana,'7 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Boston; 7 p.m.
San Antonio at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
Phoenix at Sacramento, 9 p.m.
Monday's Games
Orlando at Miami, 7:30 p.m.,
Milwaukee at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m.
NewYork at Utah, 9 p.m.
Memphis at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

NCAA tournament

EAST REGIONAL
'Regional Semifinals .. '
Thursday
Pittsburgh 60. Xavier 55
: Villanova 77. Duke 54
Regional Championship ,
Saturday ,
Pittsburgh vs.Villanova (n) "
SOUTH REGIONAL
S Regional Semifinals
,;; "." ; "* Friday l1;.' J '
'Oklahoma 84, Syracuse 71 ,'
North Carolina 98, Gonzaga 77. '
Regional Championship
'', I Sunday .
SOklahioma (30-5) vs. North Carolina
(31-4), 5:05 p.m. I .
MIDWEST REGIONAL
S Regional Semifinals
Friday
Louisville (03,Arizona 64
Michigan State 67, Kansas 62
Regional Championship
Sunday
Louisville (31-5) Vs. Michigan State
(29-6), 2:20 p.m.
WEST REGIONAL


Regional Semifinals
Thursday
Connecticut 72, Purdue 60
Missouri 102, Memphis 91
Regional Championship
Saturday
Connecticut vs. Missouri (n)

Women's NCAA.

TRENTON REGIONAL
Regional Semifinals
Today
Connecticut (35-0) vs. California


(27-6), Noon
Arizona State (25-8) vs. Texas A&M
(27-7), 30 minutes following
Regional Championship
Tuesday
Semifinal winnersTBA
BERKELEY REGIONAL
Regional Semifinals
Saturday
Michigan State vs. Iowa State (n)
Ohio State vs. Stanford (n) .
Regional Championship
Monday
Semifinal winners, 9 p.m.
RALEIGH REGIONAL
Regional Semifinals
Saturday
Louisville 56, Baylor 39.
Maryland 78,Vanderbilt 74
Regional Championship
SMonday
Semifinal winners,TBA
OKLAHOMA CITY REGIONAL
First Round
Regional Semifinals
Today
Purdue (24-10) vs. Rutgers (21-12),
7:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh (25-7) vs. Oklahoma (30-4),
30 minutes following
Regional Championship
Tuesday,
Semifinal vinners,TBA

Women's NIT

Third Round
Friday
New Mexico 61, Oregon State 56
Quarterfinals
Today .
South Florida ,24-10) at
St Bonaventure (23-10), I p.m.
Indiana (21-10) at Illinois State
(26-7), 3 p.m.
Georgetown (20-13) at Boston
College (22-1 I1),5 p.m. "
Monday
Kansas (20-1,3) 'at New Mexico
(25 10), 9 p.m..

BASEBALL

*Spring training

Late Friday
Toronto4, Pittsburgh I
SN.Y Mets 4;Washington I
N Y Yankees 4, Cincinnat. I
,HMilwauke'7,Texas4 .
SanD2iegoS, Oakland 2.
Saturday's Games
Detroit 5,Toronto I
Boston 9, Minnesota 4
N.Y.Yankees 6,Atlanta 4
Washington 6, Houston 3
Baltimore 10. St Louis 6
Cincinnati 5,Tampa Bay I
Pittsburgh 10. Ph.ladelphia 4
N Y. Mets 5, Florida 4
Oakland vs. Milwaukee (n)
Seattle vs L.A Angels (n)
Texas vs Kansas City (n)
Clevelaqd s /['zrons (n)
San Fradcisco vi San Diego (n) '
LA Dodgers vs Chicago Wh;te Sox (n)
Chicago Cubs vs Colorado (n)
Today's Games
Atlanta vs Detroit at Lakeland;
:0 p.m. .
Toronto vs Houston at Kissimmeqp
105 pm ,"
Tampa Bay 'vs. Cincinnati at Sarasota,
1:05 p.m.
Washington vs. Florida at Jupiter,
1:05 p.m.
Boston vs Philadelphia at Clearwater,.
1:05 pm
N Y Mecs vs. Balt.more at Fort
Lauderdale, I:05p ,
St;,Louis vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers,
1:05 .m.
Pittsburgh vs N.Y. Yankees at Tampa.
1:15 p.m.
Colorido vs. Oakland. at Phoenix,.
405 p m.
LA. Angels vs: Texas at Surprise, Ant.,
4:05 pFm.
San Diego vs. LA. Dodgers at Phoenix,
4:05 p.m. ,. . :
Cleveland vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa,
Ariz., 4:05 p.mS/ .
Kansas City vs. Seattle at Peoria,Ariz.,
405pm ;
Chicago White Sox vs. Arizona at
Tucson.Ariz.4 05 pm .
Milwaukee vs San :Francisco at
Scottsdale;Ariz., 4:05 p.m.

AUTO RACING

Race week

NASCAR SPRINT CUP
Goody's Fast Relief 500 .
Site: Martinsville,Va.
i Schedule: Today, race (FOX,
1:30 pm.); ,
Track: Martinsville Speedway (oval,
0.526.miles, 12 degrees banking in turns)
Race distance: 263 miles, 500 laps,
NHRA
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Schedule: Today, eliminations, Noon
(ESPN2, 4:30 p.m., tape).
Track: Houston Raceway.
FORMULA ONE
Australian Grand Prix
Site: Melbourne
Schedule: Today, race (Speed Channel,
1:30 a.m.).
Tradk:Albert Park Circuit (3.30 miles;
16 turns).
Race distance: 191.4 miles, 58 laps.

Goody's lineup

At Martinsville (Va.) Speedway
Qualifying rained out; lineup set by
owner points, attempts.
(Car number in. parentheses)
I. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet
2. (2) Kurt Busch, Dodge.
S3. (33) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet
4.(18) Kyle Busch,Toyota
5. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford
6. (9) Kasey Kahne, Dodge
S7. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet
8. (11) Denny Hamlin,Toyota
9. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet
10. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford,
If (. (00) David Reutimann,Toyota,
12. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet
13. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet
14. (83) Brian.Vickers,Toy6ta
15. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya,
Chevrolet ;,
.16. (44) A J Allmendinger, Dodge
17. (19) Elliott Sadler, bodge
S18.(16) Greg Biffle, Ford
19. (88) Dale EarnhardtJr.,.Chevrolet
20. (I) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet
21. (55) Michael Waltrlp,Toyota
22. (12) David Stremme, Dodge
23. (96) Bobby Labonte, Ford,
24. (47) Marcos Ambrose.Toyota
25. (07) Casey Mears, Chevrolet
26.(6) David Ragan, Ford
27. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet
28:(26) Jamie McMurray, Ford .
29. (43) Reed Sorenson, Dodge
30.(7) Robby Gordor..Toyota
31. (5) Mark Martin, Chevrolet
32. (77) Sam.Ho.rnish Jr., Dodge-
33. (34) John Andreu. Chevrolet
34. (20) Joey Logano.Toyoca
.35.(71) David Gilliland, Chevrolet
36. (82) Scott Speed, Toyota, 5 owner
attempts.
37. (8) Aric Almirola, Chevrolet, 5
owner attempts
38 (98) Paul Menard. Ford, 5 owner
attempts. .
39. (66) Dave Blaney. Toyoa. 5 owner
attempts.
40. (36) Scott Riggs, Toyota, 5 owner
attempts.
41. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, 5S
owner attempts.
42. (41) Jeremy Mayfield, Toyota, 5
owner attempts.
43. (64) Todd BodineToyota; 5 owner
attempts.

HOCKEY Y

NHL schedule

Friday's Games
Washington 5,Tampa Bay 3
Buffalo 5,Toronto3
N.Y. Islanders 2, Detroit 0
Chicago 3, New Jersey 2, OT
Vancouver 4, Colorado I
Edmontoni 5,Anaheim 3
Saturday's Games
Pittsburgh 4, N Y Rangers 3
Los Angeles at Nashville (n)
Buffalo at Montreal (n)
SOttawa a Atlanta (n)
Boston at Toronto (n)
Carolina at New Jersey:(h)
Philadelphia at N Y Islanders (n)
: Florida at Dallas (n)
Columbus at St. Louis (n) .
Minnesota at Calgary (n)
Phoenix at San Jose (n)
Today's Games
Nashville at Detroit, 5 p.m.
St. Louis at Columbus, 5 p.m.
Ottawa at Tampa Bay, 6 p.m.
Vancouver at Chicago, 7 p.m.
Boston at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Colorado at Anaheim, 8 p.m.
,Minnesota at Edmont6n, 8 p.m.
Monday's Games
New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
San Jose at Calgary, 9:30 p.m.
Dallas at Phoenix, 10 p.m.

SOCCER"

MLS schedule

Saturday's Games
Toronto FC at Columbus (n)
Chicago at D.C. United (n).
New England at NewYork (n)
Kansas City at'Colorado (n)
Houston at San Jose (n)
Real Salt Lake at Seattle FC (n)
Today's Game
Chivas USA at FC Dallas, 3 p.m.
Thursday's Game
Columbus at Real Salt Lake, 9 p.m.


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ON BUSINESS


A refreshed brand image


Jerry Osteryoung
(850) 644-3372
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Marketing

1.._ during a

recession
This depression was deep,
and you don't climb out of
Sanyfthing as quick as you
fall in.
S fall -Will Rogers,
December 31, 1933,
T. here is no
question that we
are in a serious
recession with
no end until at
least 2010. However, it will
end, I promise you that.
With that.said, however,
-you need a marketing
plan to get through these
difficult times and it really
must be a different strategy
from what you have done
in the past. Conditions and
consumers have changed
and now you must change
yoir marketing strategy.
The first thing is to
not cut marketing dollars
but to spend them wiser.
S Look for any dead wood
to eliminate and look at
each and every marketing
Expense to make sure you
are getting the highest
Return on Investment that-


RECESSION continued on 2C


Holiday Inn to
donate linens to
Christian Service.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
H holiday Inn
and Suites
of Lake City.
is making a
big donation,
again proving that items
that no longer work for
one can be a treasure for
someone else.
The 127-room hotel,
located at 213 SW
Commerce Drive, is
currently embarking on a
rebrandinig, a mandated'
action that will see
sweeping changes at all
Holiday Inn and, Suites
nationwide. The changes
are in 'an effort to give
Holiday Inn a refreshed
and contemporary brand
image, and all hotels open
or tinder development
will see the implemented
relaunch program by
the end of 2010. The r
Lake City Holiday Inn
and Suites is expected
to see this completed by
September. ;
-Part of this image
upgrade, in addition to
changes in lights and
signage, will be changes in
the bedroom different
styles of sheets, blankets,
pillows and pillow cases
are currently being
implemented in the rooms.
But rather lhan discard
the used linens, Holiday.. ,
Inn and Suites of Lake


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Housekeeping checkers Barbara Jernigan (left) and Meko Gibson smooth out and tuck in the newly elegant sheets in all 127
rooms of the Holiday Inn and Suites of Lake City.


"These changes
are made about
every five years.
The actual
swapping out of
all linens is part
of a rebranding
thing."
Rod Butler,
general manager, Holiday Inn
and Suites of Lake City


City will donate all of them
to the Christian Service
Center to benefit families
in need.
'These changes are
made about every five
years," said Rod Butler,
general manager of .


Holiday hin and Suites of
Lake City. "Of course, we*
buy new linens throughout
the year based on use,
wear and tear, but the
-actual swapping out of
all linens, is part of a
rebranding thing. It's a big


deal.
"For a big change like
this, we look for a charity
that is beneficial to the
community, that's why
we decided to go with the
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Assistant Supervisor Nell Oates strips off old sheets that will be donated to the Christian Service Center.

LINENS: Hotel will donate to Christian Services
Continued From Page1C
Christian Servic6 Center '
for this," he said.
Employees began
changing out the linens
on Wednesday, a process ""4 -.
that is expected to be .
completed by the end of e
the month. The first batch o
of donations, including "-" -
bedspreads,and blankets,
was delivered by truck
to the Christian Service
Center on Friday. .
By the end of it, more
-than 200 blankets, 200
bedspreads, 200 sheets .. .
and pillows and an V
assortment of other linens -
will be donated to CSC in
the coming days.
"Right now I'm empty
with blankets, so this will
definitely fill my boxes,"
said CSC Director Shirley JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
McManus. Curtis Moore, chief-engineer for Holiday Inn and Suites of Lake City, loads bags of donated
doesn't expect the blankets sheets and comforters for delivery to the Christian Services Center.
to stay long- she said families a day. And if not, disaster recovery center in be a necessity in getting
the center is currently she said the center plans the future, and household the new center up and
serving between 45 and 50 to open a new community items such as blankets will running.


RECESSION: Marketing.

is main key to survival
Continued From Page 1C

you can. Just because you Hyundai understood what
have done something in the customer Valued, and
the past is not justification provided this commodity.
to continueywith these Customers are really
expenses. Especially looking for values in
pay attention to those pricing and expecting
marketing dollars that just- the customer to pay the
go to promote your name same prices they paid last
or company (image ads) year, are unrealistic. You
that do not necessarily must make your prices
bring in customers right., appear that the customer is
now. Current advertising getting tremendous value
must be geared to bring from a purchase from your
customers in or make company. Just look at how
them call your business. the majority of fast-food
M ake your entire chains indicate their value
advertising outcome meals at less than $4. The
driven, as much as clearly understand what
you can. Find out how needs to b.e sold.
customers found you The final point about
arid then allocate dollars marketing during a
accordingly. By far, one recession is that you
of the least productive must concentrate on your
sources of advertising, existing customers. They
are the phone directories, trust you and are much
Most people use the more willing to buy from
internet to find people you than a new customer.


and craigsnet.com seems
to be one of the hottest
sites. The point being,
however, that you must
put each and every
advertising dollar in ,a
place that has the biggest
bang for the dollar.
Another thing that
you must do is making
advertising value driven.
Value driven marketing
just means that you must
get to the heart of what
your customer needs
and wants. I thought.
one of the best efforts
at this was with Hyundai
cars. The automobile
manufacturer's campaign
said that if you lost your
job, you could return your
new car to the dealer.
Now I know there must
have been 10 pages of
legal limitations on this,
but the ads got to what
the customer really
valued. In this case, the
fear of losing their job,
stopped the customer
from buying a car, but


Up selling to existing
customers is not only
profitable it is really the
only viable market for so
many businesses. Having
to watch every marketing
dollar demands that you
deploy the dollars where
you have the greatest
chance of success and
that clearly is with your
existing customer base.
Now go out and make
sure that you look carefully
at every marketing
expense to make sure you
are getting the highest '
return you can. Second,
make sure that you are
selling value driven
products and services
and, finally, concentrate
your sales efforts on your
existing clients.
You can do this!

* Jerry Osteryoung is the
Director of Outreach of
the Jim Moran Institute for
Global Entrepreneurship in
the College of Business at
Florida State University.


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Citigrp NY .04 2.62 ... ... -61.0
CocaCI NY 1.64 45.10 +2.46 +5.8 -.4
ColBgp NY ... .92 +.27 +41.5 -55.6
Delhaize NY 2.27 63.18 -.62 -1.0 +.3
DirxFinBullNY .07 6.34 +1.35 +27.1. -75.1
DirxFinBearNY ... 19.95 -15.05 -43.0 -44.1
FPLGrp NY 1.89 50.49 +1.14 +2.3 +.3
FamilyDIr NY .54 33.63 +2.77 +9.0 +29.0
FannieMaeh NY .72 +.02 +2.9 -5.3
FifthThird Nasd .04 2.35 +.22 +10.3 -71.5
FordM NY ... 2.84 +.09 +3.3 +24.0 .
GenElec NY .40 10.78 +1:24 +13.0 -33.5.
HomeDp NY .90 23.63.+1.47 +6.6 +2.6
iShJapn NY .13 8.23 +.56 +7.2 -14.1
.snEMvr NY .86 25.60 +1.70 +7.1 +2.5
.SnR2.e NY .91 42.89 +3.05 +7.7 -12.9


Wkly Wkly YTD
Name Ex DIv Last Ch %Chg %Chg


iShREst NY 2.90
Intel Nasd .56
JPMorgCh NY .20
Lowes NY .34
McDnlds NY 2.00
Microsoft Nasd .52
MorgStan NY 1.08
NYTimes NY
NobhyH Nasd .25
OcciPet NY 1.28
Penney NY .80
PepsiCo NY 1.70
Pfizer NY 1.28
Potash NY .40
PwShs QQQNasd :15
PrUShS&PNY 15.64
ProUltSP NY .45
ProUtFin NY .21
Ryder NY .92
SearsHldgsNasd
SiriusXM Nasd
SouthnCo NY 1.68
SPDR NY 2.64
SPDR FncINY .47
TimeWam NY .25
US BancrpNY .20
WalMart NY 1.09
WellsFargo NY 1.36:


25.36 +2.17 +9.4 -31.9
15.42 +.77 +5.3 +5.2
27.40 +4.25 +18.4 -12.0
18.81 +1.78 +10.5 -12.6
55.01 +1.81 +3.4 -11.5
18.13 +1.07 +6.3 -6.7
24.35 '+4.11 +20.3 +51.8
5.07 +.65 +14.7 -30.8
7.03 -.79 -10.1 -11.1
57.96 +1.22 +2.2 -3.4
21.49 +4.24 +24.6 +9.1
52.39 +2.37 +4.7 -4.3
14.04 +.41 +3.0 -20.7
88.71+12.04 +15.7 +21.2
30.82 +1.64 +5.6 +3.6
75.17-11.81 -13.6 +6.0
20.82 +2.31 +12.5 -20.7
2.77 +.44 +18.9 -54.1
28.36 +3.16 +12.5 -26.9
48.88 +8.78 +21.9 +25.8
.37 +.06 +19.7+209.2
30.57 -.01 ... -17.4
81.61 +4.90 +6.4 -9.6
9.14 +1.00 +12.3 -27.0
8.43 +.57 +7.3 -16.2
15.64 +2.27 +17.0 -37.5
52.57 +2.98 +6.0' -6.2
15.59 +1.60 +11.4 -47.1


Stock Foonotes: g = Dvdend, and earr..r.'.1.. Canadiarn dollar h = Doe nor meel contrnad-I.tirig standards
1 = Leae filirg lilh SEC n = New in pail 52? wek. pl = Prelered r -S Wt reas undergone a reverse eaock l!pl
.l ar lest L0 perntl isiln Ire patl yeai rt; R.gr.1 to buy iecupty it a speclaed p lce. a = Socka has spillt)y j t
leal 20 paerie n ihin tra last year un = Unit ul = In barWnupicy or receiership vd = Wnen qlsltbuLed.,l
Wrnen i.ue*d *1 = Warrarts '
Mutual Fund Footnotes: b = Fee covnng mndrket cost i paid Irom lund assets d = Deterred sales charge, or
I.derrinprn lee I= t.nrn Inoad (sail6s rarges) m = Multiple lees are cnarted NA= not evailale p previous day's
ral asE l value b lund spill shares nuring Ihe *eek A und paid a dlldribullon During the week Gainers and
Losers must 6 worth atl ai1 6 l0o be listed in tabl.e at lea Most Actives mul be worth at least $1 Voluple in
hundreds of shales Source: The Associaled Press Sale figures are ulnri call


Money;Rates '
Last Pvs Week
Prime Rate 3.25 3.25
Discount Rate :0.50 0.50
Federal Funds Rate .00-.25 .00-.25
Treasuries
3-nionth 0.13 0.20
6-month 0.38 0.39
5-year 1.79 1.63
10-year 2.76, 2,62
30-year 3.62 3.65


: Weekly Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrials 497.48 -115.89 89.84 174.75 -148.38
Close: 7,776.181 ) j
1-week change:,497.80 (6.8%) MON TUES WED THUR FRI
11,000. .. .............








7 ,00 0 - .... ........ ........... .. ..


MUTUAL FUNDS'
Total Assets Total Return/Rank Pct Min Init
Name Obj ($Mlns) NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt


PIMCOTotRetIs 7Cl
American Funds CaplncBuA m IH
American Fdnds GrIhAmAm ILG
Fidelity Contra / LG
American Funds CpWIdGrIA m ,WS
ATn,,:an Fu,'.id IncAmerA m MA
Arenicar, Furd& lnvCoArnA m.' LV
Vanguard T)iS1ll7 'LB4
VarouaMrd 51lnX 1' 3B
Amrrenan Funrds WAMInilviA m LV
AT.en.:an Funds EurPa.:GrA m FB
Vanguard Insildi LB
Doage Co Stwcx LV
PIMCO ToiReiAdTI a Cl
Amencan Fund. BalA m MA
Amar,:an Funds BondA m Cl
.~rl-Pr....a.. .Arc rA mVI


, ,renc ,,. F F DirInrtl e
S 'curre ci --' -' An' ,an Funds Fn
Last Pvs Day Vanguard Wueln,
Australia 1.4454 1.4267 Dod & IntsSt
Britain 1.4302 1.4440 FideityGrowCo
Canada 1.2374 1.2305 Vanguard 500Adml
Euro .7517 .7401 PIMCOTotRetA m
Japan 98.04 98.50 Vanguard TotBdid
Mexico 14.3265 14.1781 Vanguard TotStlAd
Switzerlnd 1.1426 1.1276 CA^CnservamoveAl
Large Value, IH-WorldWib
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All oth- MkCBap Value, SH -Spe
ers show dollar in foreign currency. olIers withsameobdeti


FG
InvA tri LB
MA
n Income A mCA
S FV
: LG
LB
Cl
Cl
m LB


83,403 10.11 +1.5
46,327 37.85 +3.8
45,785 .20.02 +10.5
39,000 42.76 +6.1
38,457 23.99 +9.1
37,121 11;95 +5.8'
35,815 19.37 +10.0
34,142 19.76 +11.1.,
31659 75.11 +112
30334 1879 968
27,066 26.13 +8.8
26,952 74.62 +11.2'
25,319 64.78 +12.1
23,646 10.11' +1.4
22,967 12.89 +8.0
22,602 10.56 +0.8
22,370 17.77 +9.4
21,535 19.20 +8.8
20,643 23.70 +10.7
20,347 22.77 +6.3
19,450 1.56 +613
19,429 19.56 +13.8
18,830 48.64 +11.3
18,667 75.11 +11.2
16,689 10.11 +1.4
16,265' 10.08 '+1.2
15,851 19.76 +11.1


+3.2/A
-30.9/C
-35.4/C
-33.3/B
-39.4/B
-29.4/D
-33,2/A
-36.7/C
-36 8tC
-35 7 B
-39.7/A
-36.8/C
-43.7/E
+3.0/A
-25.4/B
-11.3/E
-36.9/A
-45.8/C,
-37.7/D
-23.9/B
-29.9/E
-46.7/D
-33.4/B
-36.8/C
+2.7/A
+3.5/A
-36.6/C


+4.9/A




-2.5/B
-3.7/8B
-4.1/C
-3.7/C
+2.2/A
-4.0/C
-5.7/D
+4.6/A
-1.5/C
+0.1/D
+60.5/A
-1.3/B
-0.1/A
+1.4/A
-1.0/D
0.0/A
-6.5/A
-4.0/C
+4.4/A
+4.0/A
-3.6/B


NL 5,000,000
5.75 250
5.75 250
NL 2,500
5.75 250
5.75 250
5.75 250
NL '3,000
NL 3,000
5,75 250
5.75 250
NL 5,000,000
NL 2,500
NL 5,000,000
5.75 250
3.75 250
5.75 250
NL 2,500
5.75 1250
NL 10,000
4.25 1,000
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
NL 100,000
3.75 1,000
NL 3,000
NL 100,000


on, Cl -hInrmediate-Term Bond, ES-Europe Stock FB -ForeignLarge Blend, FG -Foreign Largellrt, FV-orlgr
location, LB-Lare Blend, LG -Large owtl, LV arae Value, MA- odorate Mocafa, MB -Mkap Blend, MV
idaltyeath, WS .Word Stock, Total etum: ChnIn AV with dividends invested. Rank: How fund peifonned vs
e:A Is in top 20%, E in bottom 20%. Min nit Invit: Mnlm $needed to Invest in fund. Souce: Momingrisr.


Wkly YTD Wkly
Name Div YId PE Chg %Chg tLas
ABB Ltd .47 3.4 ... +.29 -8.1 13.8(
AES Corp 3, -.26 -25.2 6.11
AFLAC 1.12 5.7 8 +1.43 -56.8 19.81
AK Steel .20 2.5 ... +1.06 -14.5 7.91
AMBPr 1.12 7.8 ... +2.27 -38.9" 14.32
'AMR ... .... +.67 -66.5 3.51
AT&T Inc 1.64 6.3 12 +.67 -8.8 26.0(
AU Optron .82 9.2 ... +.95, +16.0 8.91
AbtLab 1.60 3.4 15 -.94 -12.7 46,61
AberFitc .70 2.8 8 +2.81 +8.1 24.94
Accenture .50 1.8 10 -2.54':-15.6 '27.6(
AMD. ... ... ... '0 +56.0 3.31
Aetna .04 .2 9 +1.81 '-14.0 24.5(
AlcatelLuc .. +.25 -14.4 1.8'
Alcoa .12 1.5 ... +1.26 -30.7 7.8(
Allergan .20 .4 25 +7.47. +16.6 47.01
Allstate .80 3,9 ... +1.81 -377 20.41
Atrias 1.28 7.7 7 -.22 +10.0 1E.:.
AmbacF. ..... +.11 -37.7 .81
AMovilL .500 1.8 .:. -.51 -10.5 27.73
AEagleOut .40 3.1 15 +1.95 +37.2 12.81
AEP 1.64 6.2. 8 -1.30 -21.1 26.21
AmExp .72 5.0 6 +2.19 -22.1 14.45
AmlntlGp -.24 -35.0 1.02
Ahadarko .36 .9 6. +.32 +6.4 41.01
AnalogDev .80 4.0 13 +.39 +5.0 19.91
Annaly 2.10 15.4 19 .+59-14.2 13.62
Aon Corp .60 1.5 8 +.96 -12.4' 40.01
Apache .60 .9 32 +1.11 -11.5 65.97
.-Apllnv 2.4 0 44:0 34 --52.8- -5:4!
ArcelorMit .75 3.6 3 +259 -14.6 21.0
ArchCoal .36 "2.5 6 'It -18' '14 j7
ArchDan .56 2.0 7 +1.09 -10 285
ATMOS 1.32 5.6 12 +.51 -3 236.
Autoliv ... ... 5 +.1.66 -14 I 184.
Avon ..'.84' 4.2 10 +203 -17.2 19 qi
BB&TCp 1.88 10.6 '7 + 42 -3 3 177
BHPBilILt 1.64 '3.6 ... +1.45 *7 1 9459.
BJSvcs *.20 1.9" 5 +.03 -12.1: -02
BakrHu .60 1.9 6 +.28 -2.4 31 'A
BcoBrads .53 5.2 ... +.73 +3.2 1)11
Bncoltau s .42 3.6 ... +.75 -.5 11.5S
BkofAm .04 .5 13 +1.15 -47.9, 7.34
BkNYMel .96 3.4 23 +4,23 -1.1 28.03
Barclay 2.68 27.1 ... +4.27 +.9 9.81
BarrickG .40 .1.2 36 -1.20 -12.5 32.19
Baxter 1.04 2.1 16 +.92 -5.8 50.41
BestBuy .56 1.5 16 +5.74 +36.0 38.0
Blackstone 1.20 15.5 ... +1.45 18.7 7.7
BlockHR .60 3.5 25 -1.81 -23.8 17.3:
Boeing 1.68 4.5 10 +4.98 -12.0 37.53
BostProp 2.72 7.9 34 +.32 -37.2 34.54
BostonSci ... ... ,.. +.64 +5.9 8.2'
BrMySq 1.24 6:0 8 +.17 -11.1 20.6,
BrkfldPrp .56 9.5 '7 +.65 -23.5 5.9
QgREllis .. 11 -+1.89 ,-16 4.2.
CBSB .20 4.3 ... +.56 -43.7 4.6
'CITGp -.08 .26 ... +.62 -32.4, 30
CSX .88 3.2' 8 +3.17 -15.6 274
CVS Care '.31- 1.1' 13 +1.57, -1.7 .. 2
Cameron....- ...9 +.73 +13.8 23.32
CdrnlRsg 42 +1.99 +4.3 41.6E
CapOne ,) 1.4 .. +2.89 -55.4 14.2
CapitlSrce .04 2.9 -.20 -69.7 '1.4(
Carnival ...... 8 +.87 -8.8 22.1
. Caterpillar 1.68 5.5, 5 ,+3.28 -32;1 30.31
Cemex .84 13.1 3 +1.39 -29.6 6.4,
Centex ... ... ... +1.80 -14.1 9.1.
ChesEng .30 1.6 29 +.,70 +13.4 18.3
Chevron 2.60 3.8 6 +4.19 -6.9 68.9
Chubb 1.40 3.4 8 +.93 -18.4 41.6,
Citigrp .04 1.5 ... ... -61.0 2.62
CitlgrppfP ... ... ... +.41 +2.8 16.4
ClilfsNRss .35 1.9 4 +4.47 -27.6 18.5
Coach ... ... 8 +2.45 -15.8 17.4
CocaCE .28, 2.1 ... +1:40 +10.0 13.2
CocaCl 1.64 3.6 18 +2.46 -.4 45.1
Coeurh ... ...... +.04 +4.5 .9
Comerica .20 1.0 15 +1.74 -1.3 19:6


Wkly YTD Wkly
Name Div YId PR Chg %Chg Last


ADCTel ., ...
ASMLHid .27 1.5
ActivsBIz s ,..
AdobeSy ...
AkamaT ... ..
AlscriptM ... ...
AlteraCp)lf 20 1.1
Amazon
AmCapLtd ... ...
Amgen
AmkorTIf ... ...
AngloAm .65 7.7
ApolloGrp ... ...
Apollolnv. 1.04 31.3,
Apple Inc ...
ApidMall .24 2.1
ArenaPhm ... .,
Atmet ... ...
Autodesk ...
AutoDala 1.32 3.7
i BedBath ...
Biogenkdc ...
Biopure rs h ...
Broadcom ...
BrcdeCm ...
Bucyruss .10 .6
CAInc .16 .9
CH Robins .96 2.1
Celgene ...
CellGensh .. ...
CellTherrish..
CentAl
vjChartCm...
ChkPoint ...
Cit iaCr'rp .
Cisco ... ...
CitrixSys ... ...
CaonizTech... ..


... +.94 -19.7 4.39
... +54 -3.5 17.44
... +.67 +23.4 10.66
14 +1.38 +2.6 21.84
25 +1.98 +33.3 20.11
... +1,35 +4.2 10.34
15 +.74 +7.6 17.98
47 +.56 +37.5 70.52
... +.96-33.6 2,15
13 +3.03 -10,6 51.65
,. +.53 +29.4 2,82
,, -.62 =26,9 8,49,
24 +369 ,. 76,65
- +1,27 -64,3 3,32
20 +5,26 +25,2 108,85
27 +1.02 +10,0 11,23
.. +,52 +7,0 4.80
. -,02 +20,4 3.77
21 +2.68 -18.2 16,.07
15 -.80 -9.8 36,60
14 +1.82 1,7 25.00
23 +2.31 +9.8 52.28
... +.15 +54,9 .22
54 +1.26 +21,7 20.66
11 +.48 +20,8 3.42
5 +2.38 -11.9 16,31
13 +1.26 -7.1 17,21
22 +2.48 -15.9 46.30
.. +.52 -16.7 46.04
... +.20 +71.8 .38
... +23+150.0 .35
.. +.73 -75.3 2.47
... -.02 -63.4 .03
15 +1.07 +16.2 22.06
.- +1.47 +22.7 8.22
14 +1.04 +4.0 16.95
24 +21 -3.6 22.71
14 -41 +11.4 20.12


S '.New Yrk'Stock 'cha ige
W i y YTD Wkly
Name Die YId PE Chg Chg Last .:M O RTGAGE ,
CVRD F4 38 nt5, 163 t14U8 ., -. ..
CVDpi 56 47 .0 .0o 1203 ituti Ph 30fixed 15fixed 511 ARM FHAI
ConAgra 76 45 8 t88 27 16 92 Inst on one rate/ pts ratepts ratepts VA
ConocPhil 1.88 4.7 ... +2.52 -22.1 40.33
Conseco ... ...... +34 -86.3 .71 AAA Mortgage (800)764-7598 6.1310.00 5.75/0.00. 5.88/0.00 NoQuote
ConsolEngy.40 1.4 12 -.50 -1.2 28.25
ConEd 2.36. 6.1 9 +.59 -1.4 "38.38
ConstellEn .96 4.7 .... +.120-17.8 20.62
ConstlAr B 96 4. 1.61-46.2 9.71 AAXA Discount Mortgage (877) 728-3569 .No Quote No Quote, No Quote No Quote

Cornirig. .20 1.5 4 +1.13 +42.3 13.56 .
CypSemis .... ... ...- 61 +50,1 6.71
DCT Indl .32 10.6-.50 +.02 -40.3 3.02 AbsoluteMoartgageCo. (88) 90o-HOMES 6.38/0.00 5.88/0.00 6.13/0.00 NoQuote
OJIA D.a.T 2 96 3.8 1 ... +5.07. -111 77.81
DRHorton .15 1A :..'+2'+52.9 10.81
DTE 2.12 '.7.5 8'+1.07. ':20.7 2827 ... .
Darden -.80 2.3 14' +1.53 +25.7 .3541 'AmCapFundingCorp: -, (800)289-6516 NoQuote .,No Quote. NoQuote' No-Quote
Deere,!, 1.12 3.2 8- +4.63 -8.5 35.7. ... '
DellsAr .... . +1.02 -47:3 6.04 '
DevelDvnburR .8037. 10. 9-4 1.60 Capital Financial Mtg.Corp. (888)328-9328 16.50/0.00 -6.00/0.00 No Quote NoQuote
DevonE .64 1.4 ... -1.71 -30.2 45.89
DirxFnBull .07 ...... +1.35 -75.1 6.34
DirxFinBear.... .....',-15.05 -44.1 19.95 Earth Mortgage (877)327-8450 .No Quote No Quote No Quote No Quote
DirxSCBear..' ... ...-17.24 +12. 48.47
DirxSCBull .07 ......+3.28 -45.4 18.60
DirxLCBear........-15.04 +7 58.79
DirxLCBull .15 +3.77 -32.6 24.53 Ist Metropolitan Mortgage (800)548-5988 5.99/2.00 5.38/2.00 5.50/0.00 NoQuote
DirxEnBull .07 ...... +2.68-'-33.1 26.09 ____
Discover .08 1.2 '3' +1.29 '-28.6' 6.80 .. ,; ,
Disney .35' 1.9 9+1.14-18.1 18.59 Heidelberg Capital Corp. (800) 968-2240 6.13/1.00 5.75/1.00 5.50/1.00 NoQuote
DomRescs 1.75 5.6, 10., +.08. -13.3 31.07
'DowtCh .60 6.7 15 +1.43 -40.6 8.96
Dus.Eriqy .92 6.4 13 +.07 -4.8 14.29
DukeRny ..1I00 17.8 14 +.68 '-48.8 5.61 NationwideMig.Lending Grp. (866)548-6535 6.25/0.00 5.88/0.00 5.50/0.00. NoQuote
Dyr.egy 7 -.22 -24.0," 1.52, _______. '- ', : ,:
EMCCp ., .. 18 +.28 1015 11.57, '
EIP-:.)Cp .20 3.0 ... -.01 -15.3 6.63 Vr.t,.,,,D r ilri; 6.38/0.00 5.88/.00 6.13/.0.00 NoQuote,
Efar ..' .. +1 26 +9.7 6.58' 8 6.130.00 No Quo
En+iisornE 1 32 4.6-. 10 .2 16 -20.9 28.96 "
EqtyRs 1.93 10.4 12 1 51 -38.0 18.50 RAIL- p.:.,ltr. Shrprati.com. P.ic. idr ,a .:.l Aug:u I? I .?li Rtr. re indu.clu ..I all
E. .ornM l 1.60 2.3' 8 '+3.89 -12.3 69.98 ;. .rc.au d .,uhni ..l ...i |...d ,,ulrn,.I, C 1ll:id-.J.,r..ir ,: lI'.rAP '- L,.. ,t,.,hg,.,
FPL Grp 1.89 3.7 12 +1.14 +.3 50.49 participate in this service, please call 877-429-0940. For additional information on mortgages, go to:'
FannieMae h... ...... +.2 -5.3 .72 www.shoprate.comitfllakecity.apx
FidlNRn .60 3.2 .... -24 +64 18.89
FstHorizon .80 ...... +.97 +5.2 10.83 Wkly YTD Wkly Wkly YTD Wkly
FirstEngy 2.20 ,5.5 9 +.65 -17.0 40.30 Name DIv YId PE Chg %Chg Last Name Div YId PE Chg %Chg Last
FordM .... .... +.09 +24.0 2.84 IShCh25s .77 2.6 ...'+3.28 +2.1 29.70 Limited .60 6.6 14 +1.07 -9.2 9.12
FrdMach... ........07 +9.6 .80 SSP500 2.53 3.1 .. +4.96 -9.4 81.80 UncNat .04 .4' 55 +3.06 -45.0 10.37
FMCG ... ... .... +3.12 +72.3 42.12 iShEMkts .86 3.4 ... +1.70. +2.5 25.60 Loews .25 1.1 3 -.36 -20.9 22.34
GqmeStop ... 12 +2.98 +28.5 27.83 iS Eafe 1.85 4.9 .. +1.26 -15.1 38.09 MBIA ... ... ... +.82 +22.1 4.97
Gannett .16 6.2 1 +.43 -67.9 2.57 iSR1KG .62.17 ... +1.80 -3.2 35.88 MEMC 11 +3.50 +28.7 18.38
Gap .34 2.6 10 +1.08 -2.5 13.06 iSRuslK 1.26 2.8 ... +2.59 -9.1 44.41 MFAFncI .84 14.7 57. +.32 -3.1 5.71
GenMils 1.72 3.4 6 +3.6322-16.3 50.665 iShR2K .91 2.1 2.. +3.05 -12.9 42.89 MGMMir ..... ... -.20.'-79.3 2.85
GenMills 1.72 4 16 +3.63 -16.3 50. iShREst 2.90 11.4 ... 2.17 -319 25.36 Macerich 3.20 55.2 2 -.39 -68.1 5.80
Genworh ...... +29-126.9 2.07 iShFnSc 1.97 '5.8 ... +3.32 -25.1 33.90 Macys" .20 2.1 6 +1.71 -6.2 .9.71

GodFLtd .27 2.4 24 .-1.22 +12.0 112 ITW' 1.24. 3.9 11 +4:45 '-9.0 31.88 Maripwl ..74 2.3 12 .+4:36 .-4.8 32.37
Goldcrpq .18 .5 17 -.36 +7.1. 3376 IBM 2.00 2.1 11,+1.64 +11.9 94.15 Manulifgs 1.04 ...... +.79 -29.2 12:06
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Legal


PUBLIC AUCTION
1999 Toyota
VIN#JT3GN87R3W0061634 -
1987 Ford PK
VIN# 1FFHF2510HNB12794
CREAMER'S WRECKER SERV-
ICE 290 NE SUNNYBROOK ST.
,, LAKE,CITY, FL 32055
COLUMBIA COUNTY
.. 386-752-2861
SALE DATE: April 14, 2009
8:00AM- '
04530479 -
March 29, 2009
PUBLIC AUCTION
Will be held by Davis Towing &Re-
covery, Inc, in Columbia County at
1226,NW Main Blvd., Lake City, Fl.
32055:
Date 04/09/2009
'.Time: 9:00 A:M. -
2008 Kawasaki M/C
VIN# JKBLXPA118DA00093
04530542
March 29, 2009


010 Announcements
ATTENTION TAX PAYERS
2007 STIMULUS
STILLAVAILABLE
CALL PAUL 386-755-1730


020, Lost & Found
LOST DOG
Female German Shepherd. Re-
ward. Last seen Saturday, 3/21 on
Lanvale Street. Call 386-965-5291





Asphalt & paving

ASPHALT WORK.
Driveways parking lots,
patchwork. Site Prep.
(352)231-1977

Lawn & LandScape Service

Custom Cuts Lawn & Landscape.
Customized lawn care, trimming,
sod, design. Comm'l & Res'd. Lic.
& ins. 386-719-2200 Iv msg.

Services

FREE CLEANUP.
/r. Pick up unwanted metals, tin,
scrap vehicles, lawn mowers &
more. 386-755-0133 We Recycle.
General Mechanics Services
l" 26 yrs. experience.
All types of outdoor equipment &
automotive. Call (386)867-6295

Land Services

Back Hoe, Dozer, Chopping, root
raking, bush hog, seeding, sod,
disking, site prep, ponds &
irrigation. Free Est! 386-623-3200


GROUND CONTROL
Bush Hogging, discing, finish
mowing. FREE ESTIMATES
Call 386-965-6343

'Tree Service

TREE REMOVAL
Will move, or take down your trees
and clean up after afterwards.
386-752-1141 or 288-9337


020 Lost & Found


REWARD: German Shepherd.
Her pal was found east of town.
Please report sightings.
570-814-9422 or 352-665-0717

100 Job

100 Opportunities
$600 Sign -On Bonus
, plus Great Commissions for
Stylists Position.- (386)752-1860.

04529100
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
Learn all areas of IT. Great pay
and benefits, $ for school.
HS grads ages 17-34.
Noexp. needed.
Call Mon-Fri. (800) 342-8123

04529847
S -Palm Harbor
3/2 HUGE, Loaded
14 houses to choose from
Starting at $399 per month
800-622-2832

04530470
Large insurance agency seeking
Highly Motivated Individual.
Must be able to multi-task
and have good people skills.
Clerical and computer skills
a must. Licensed CSR preferred
but not required.
Please send resume with
references to: Box 05047
C/O The Lake City Reporter
P.O. Box 1709
Lake City, FL, 32056


?M AICE CITY
t~IMMUIIIIlY tOitEt
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
BIOLOGY
Teach biology and microbiology.
Master's degree in appropriate area
related to biology or microbiology; or
Master's degree with minimum of 18
graduate credit hours in course work
centered on the subject area.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
MATHEMATICS
Teach mathematics courses from.
among the following: Developmental
Arithmetic, Beginning and
Intermediate Algebra, College
Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry,
Math for Liberal Arts,' Statistics,
and Calculus. Work with others in
Mathematics Department to develop
and revise curriculum.

168 Duty Days Tenured Track
To Commence August 2009
Salary: Based on degree and
experience, plus benefits.
Review of applications will begin
April 29, 2009
Persons interested should
provide College application, vita,
and photocopies of transcripts.
All foreign transcripts must be
submitted with official translation
and evaluation.
Position details.and applications
available on web at:
www.lakecitvc.edu
Human Resources
Lake City Community College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City Fl 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4594
E-Mail: boettcheramltlakecitvcc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Commission
on Colleges of the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools. VP/ADA/
EA/EO College in Education and
Employment


1T.IU Job
10 Opportunities

04530532
COMPANY DRIVERS
NEEDED
Lake, City Terminal
OTR FLATBED DIVISION
MUST HAVE RECENT
EXPERIENCE HAULING
STEEL AND BE ABLE TO
VERIFY A MINIMUM OF 2
YEARS, CLASS A, DRIVING
IN THE LAST 3 YEARS WITH
A MOTOR CARRIER
GREAT PAY and BENEFIT
PACKAGE
CALL US TODAY.
866-396-8074
www.evanstruckink.com

29 Serious people wanted to work
from home withea computer.
$500-$1500/mo PT/FT Free info!
www.incoine2profits.com

Accounting Firm seeks FT/PT
bookkeeper/paraprofessional with
tax accounting experience. Ideal
candidate will have work
experience in general accounting,
tax accounting, tax return
preparation and ability to use
QuickBooks and Microsoft Office.
Experience working in a
CPA office preferred. Send reply
to Box 04065, C/O The Lake City
Reporter, P.O. Box 1709, Lake
City, FL, 32056

Busy medical equipment company
is looking for a highly motivated
experienced marketer for the
, Gainesville, Lake City and Live
Oak area. Call 386-792-3550 or
fax resume to 386-792-3560


RAKIE CITY
O MiNMMUNITY COtLLEi'
ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
Position # C99990
This is administrative secretarial work
of a varied and highly responsible
nature. An employee in this position is
responsible for a variety of complex and
difficult secretarial and administrative
tasks normally associated with
the .responsibilities of a high level
administrator-Dean of Occupational
Programs. Duties of the administrative
specialist require an extensive working
knowledge of the Division and its
various programs, including a working
knowledge of budgetary concerns. This
position serves as personal assistant to
the dean through planning, initiating,
and carrying to completion clerical,
secretarial, and administrative activities,
and serves as the secretary to the
Occupational Programs division. Other
duties include assisting in preparation
of and administering multiple budgets,
assisting with creation of the term
course schedule, including room
assignments.
High School graduate or equivalency
plus five years secretarial or clerical
experience. Additional education may
be substituted on a year for year basis'
for required experience in related area.
Special consideration will be given to
applicants with an associate degree or
certificate in a related area.
SALARY: $25,018 Annually
plus benefits.
APPLICATION DEALING:
April 15, 2009
College application and copies of
transcripts required. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with a
translation and evaluation. Position
(details and application available on the
web at: www.lakecitvcc.edu
'Inquiries: Human Resources
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phonie: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern A.socialion of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment


o00 Job
S Opportunities
CDL Truck Driver Needed, 2 Yrs
Exp. req.,+ Flatbed exp. Clean
driving record. Located, Branford,
Fl. area. Pls contact Melissa or
Mary at (386)935-2773
A Terrific Opportunity!
Liberty National
Life Insurance Company
$100,000+ Earning Potential,
Benefits, Pension, 401(k),
BCBS Insurance
for those who qualify!
Call 1-800-257-5500.
Housekeeper needed for busy
medical practice. Experience
preferred. Send reply to
Box 04066, C/O The Lake City
Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056


Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$100 per day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge retail &
dining establishments. Experience
NOT req'd. Calll- 888-697-6576.
Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$100 per day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge retail &
dining establishments. Experience
NOT req'd. Calll- 888-697-6576.
Part time worker needed to do
office cleaning, experience
Sprefered. Please fax your CV to
386-719-9662".
PERSON TO REPAIR
Older Equipment, Farm Tractors
And other Maintenance.
Please call 386-755-6481


100 Opportunities



BonWorthi

(ladies wear factory outlet)
LAKE CITY MALL
is looking for
MANAGER
Days, nights, and weekends.
Flexible hours a necessity.
Competitive wages, discount,
EOE. To apply e-mail to
csr()bonworth.com Or call
877-472-1537 ext305
Leave msg for Paulette
Retirees are 'encouraged to apply


120 Medical
S Employment

04530562




MERIDIAN
BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE
Lake City
Counselor IV
Emergency Screener
Staff Psychiatrist
'Board Cert, Adult & Child
Client Relations Specialist
M-F I
Phones, Appts, Charts
Applicants MUST
register with:
www.employflorida.com
www.mbhci.org
to see our current needs
EOE, DFWP.

LPN needed for Busy Medical
Practice. Exp. in Electronic RX,
Medications and Disease process
teaching. 08:30 TO 05:30.
Fax resume to 386-487-1232

LPN or RN needed P/T
3PM-11PM Lake City Cluster
ICF for Developmentally
Disabled Persons.
673 NW Cluster Drive,
386-755-6104
EEO/M/F/D/V


Medical Assistant
Needed for doctors office
Experience necessary
Please fax resume to
386-758-5987


Nursing and clerical openings
available at busy medical practice.
Fax resume and references
to 386-752-2661.

To place your
classified ad call

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1 0 Medical,
120 Employment
Staff Developer/Scheduler
Seeking LPN to schedule nursing
hours meeting federal require-
ments and totake charge of
training/in-services for staff at our
90 bed nursingfacility.
Please apply in person at Baya
Pointe Nursing & Rehabilitation
Center, 587 SE Ermine Ave., Lake
City, Fl 32025 or fax resume to
386-752-7337. DFWP/EOE

240 Schools&
24 Education
PHLEBOTOMY WORKSHOP.
Be certified after 1 day workshop,
hands-on training. Next class
04/18/09, cost $200. Call Express
Training @ 386-755-4401
expresstrainingservices.com

Want to be a CNA? Don't want to
wait? Express Training Services
of Gainesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam Prep classes.
Day/Eve classes. Class for 1 week,
certification test the next week.
Class size is limited. Next class
04/13/09. Call 386-755-4401
expresstrainingservices.com


310 Pets & Supplies
AKC MINI Dachshund
2 yr. old Black & Tan
Female $100. MUST SELL!
386-623-4720

PITBULL PUPPY.
8 weeks old.
Parents on Premises.
Call for details. 386-697-1717
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
have mandatory shots and are
free from intestinal and external
parasites. Many species of wild-
life must be licensed by Florida
Fish and Wildlife. If you are
unsure, contact the local
office for information.


330 Livestock &
SSupplies
Miniture Mare with 3 week
old colt, $500.
Donkey Herd -5 total, $300.
386-754-6957 or 288-0748

401 Antiques

ANTIQUES WANTED
Fum., China, Silver, Glassware,
Costume Jewelry & Gold. 35 years
exp. Cash Pd. Pete. 386-963-2621


402 Appliances
FRIGIDAIRE Frost Free White
Refrigerator Works great, $140.
obo. Guaranteed to be good.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387


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(A )I.UKE CITY
CgMMUNITY I LLEBtEi

Human Resources Specialist II
Position # C99956
This is a highly responsible
paraprofessional position, responsible
for implementing the operations of
the Human Resources Development
Office. An employee in a position
allocated to this class is very
knowledgeable of the federal and
state laws, regulations, policies and
procedures related to employment,
recruitment, employee files, retirement,
and other human resource issues and
supervises the operational functions
of the,Human Resource Development
Office. Bachelor's Degree in business
administration, human resources, or
related area plus three years Human
Resource experience or associate's
degree plus eightyears Business
experience, four of which must be
in Human Resource administration
functions. Computer literate. Experience
with Word documents and Excel
spreadsheets.
SALARY:
$30,410 Annually plus benefits.
APPLICATION DEADLINE:
April 15, 2009
College application and copies of
transcripts required. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with a
translation and evaluation. Position
details and application available on the
web at:
www.lakecitvcc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resources
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment


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405 Bicycles
Mountain Bike
New 26" 21speed
$100.00
386-344-4987

408 Furniture
8 UPHOLSTERED
SDining Room chairs.
Good Condition. $400. obo.
S 386-758-9067 or 344-7003
SDining Room Set--Solid Oak,
(stained dark walnut). Includes
dinning room table w/2 additional
leaves, table pad, 6 chairs, China
Cabinet with lights, side board.
Pictures available upon request.
$2,500. (561)271-7033 Southern
Oaks. See April 3rd & 4th
FULL SIZE Bed.
S w/nice Head Board
& Frame $145.00
386-984-0387 or 754-9295
King size mattress & box springs.
Medium to Firm.
In good shape. $185 obo.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
SLR Set Lane (Red). Sofa, Love ,
-Seat, Chair. & a half w/matching
ottoman. 2 yrs old. New over.
$3000, Now only $799. 755-2276
MOVING! King Size
Mattress Set.
$150.00 Clean.
386-719-9768
MOVING! Large
TV Cabinet.
$175.00,
386-719-9768
MOVING! Love seat, Chair &
Ottoman. $150.00
Everything Clean.
386-719-9768


SOFA & love seat, plush,
dark colors, stripes.
Like new. $250.
386-364-8017


420 Wanted to Buy-
K&H TIMBER
We Buy Pine Hardwood &
Cypress. Large or small tracts.
Call38,6r961-1961.
Wanted whole Junk Cars, Trucks,
Vans. $125 CASH! Title needed.
Free PickUp! Call 386-878-9260
After 5pm 386- 752-3648

430 Garage Sales,
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All Yard Sale Ads.
Must be Pre-Paid.


440 Miscellaneous'
Buy*Sell*New*Used Items
Want to Sell something that you
don't need? Want to buy some-
thing at a great deal? Log onto
supervardsales.com
63 Mobile Homes'
SforRent
S "- 2& 3br"' ....
MobileHomes for Rent. $450-
$650. monthly.
(386)752-6422
2 bed. M/l. ne" carpet, patio &
utility shed. Located in a clean,
safe parkwith country setting.'
DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
$525. 386-752-0981/386-755-4965
2br/lba, clean & quiet, trees,
large lot. No animals. Turner Rd.
Call: 386-752-6269
or leave message if no answer.
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


*' 3/2 NICE DWMH 20 ac. fenced
w/4 stalls, screened in front porch,
tack/feed room. shop. dishwasher
$950/mo + dep. 352-262-92 14
3br/l.5ba. Pnrvate Land Close to
Westside shopping area. $500/mo,
S' 1st, last & $400 dep. Excellent
condition. 386-752-755.9 Evenings
3BR/2BA MH in park on
Racetrack Rd. CH/A
$450. mo. $100. dep.
38,6-755-6422
Available for RENT April 1!
4/2 DW on one acre with pool in
Union County. 10 mins from Lake
City and Lake Butler. $800.00
monthly rent.. Call 352-745-8515
CLEAN 2/2 SW, private nice
acre, Lk Jeffrey/Moore Rd.
vicinity $450 mo, $700 move-in.
No dogs 386.961.9181


Mobile Homes
630 for Rent
MHs 4 Rent:
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 Springs. 2 and
3 bedrooms. Contact
386-867-2337 or 397-1522 '
Quiet Park. Rent, at $350/mo &
up. Sec. Dep. req'd. Incl. water,
Laundry area usage,& Mowing.
Call 386-755-5488 For More Info.
SWMH 3BR/2BA Completely
refurbished on beautiful lot.
$650 mo. 1st mo + dep required.
386-752-2765 or 965-4198

640 Mobile Homes
.6H40 for Sale

04529804
REAL Western Red Cedar
Logged Homes Direct froin
our Factory!
NO MIDDLE MAN!
100 Plans to choose From!
PRESTIGE
HOME CENTERS
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City, Florida. 386-752-7751
or 1-800-355-9385

04529805
Manufactured Home, 32x76,
4Br/3Ba on 10.3 Wooded
Acres. Rural Setting, White
Springs Area. $169,995.
*PRESTIGE
HOME CENTERS
3973 Hwy90 WestLake
City, Fl. 386-752-7751
or'1-800-355-9385

04529806
Only $500-$ 1000 Down,
With Your Land!
PRESTIGE
HOME CENTERS
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City, FL 386-752-7751
1-800-355-9385

3br/2ba DW home @ $250 mo.
$6K down. Plywood, appliances &-
more. Homes $18k & up. Clean
Mary Hamilton. 386-963-4000


Land Equity *A
Use your land w/equity to buy a
home w/no money down!
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560


"No Money Down! That's right,
Nothing Down if you own your
land! Call Eric @-386-719-5560
$$$1ST Time buyers program.
we have several programs to help
1st time buyers plus government
assistance up to $8000.
Call Eric for Details 386-719-5560
O" r 0'WOW" W-W
$150 down w/your lRnd gets you
in a h6me.Call Eric 386-719-5560


* Reduced: $39,900.* *
3br/2ba Split plan. Garden tub
w/whirlpool, fpl, upgraded kit.
appli. You move 386-497-3179
NEW 3 Bedroom/2bath
taken to your property
for $25,900.
Call Jared@ 386-719-5560
DON'T BUY
any home until you
visit fhclakecity.com.
Jared for details 386-719-5560
FOR SALE
4bed/2bath w/Land
,$3,000 down/$612/mo.
Call JAred @ 386719-5560


FIRST TIME Homebuyers
$8,000 in your pocket. Don't have
to pay back. 2009 Housing Tax
Credit. Jared 386-719-5560


650 Mobile Home
65 &Land .
3BR/2BA MODULAR, 1/2 acre;
decks, drives, furniture & more.
Great area, Just Reduced. 4%
Rates., $0 Down-Vets. 3% all
others. Approx $600; mo. fixed.
Call Gary Hamilton 386-758-9824


710 Unfurnished Apt. 730 Unfurnished
710 For Rent Home For Rent


$299 MOVES YOU IN
1BR APARTMENT
FREE RENT.
386-758-8029





















04530094
$400 MOVES YOU IN!!!!
l& 2Br.Apt.orMH
386-755-2423

04530127
$499 Moves you in!!!
FREE RENT
2br/a Duplex $67.mo
We Help You Move!!!
200 FREE Channels
NEW 2 BR APTS.
Washer/Dryer Hook-Ups
SECURITY GATE --, POOL
Furnished Apt's Availasble!

Windsor Arms

1/1 w/ office, New Carpet AC,
great downtown loc. $500/mo.
ref.req. + 1st, last & sec.
386-362-8075 or386-754-2951
2BR APT.
Downtown Location, Clean.
$600 mo, plus Security.
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456
2BR/1 BA.
$525.00. mo. + security
386-344-2972

2Br/1.5Ba'Duplex
CH/A, W/D pook up. Convenient
Location. $650. plus security
386-758-9351 .or 352-208-2421
2BR/1BA with carport &
screened porch.
Privacy Garden. Near VA.
No Pets. 386-438-8052
2BR/2BA DUPLEX
for Rent.
$800. dep. $800.mo.
386-397-5288
A Great Deal
$99 Sec dep/Reduced Rents
2BR $504
3BR $582
Windsong Apartments
Move in by 3/31 and get
S One Month Free '
386-758-8455
CLJAN, ROOMY 1/1 duplex,
out utility room, nice area 1 mi to
VA. No dogs. $450 mo + utilities,
$700. move-ih. 386-961-9181
Large Deluxe Apts, 2 BR/1.5 to
2BA,Wof75,Gar,W/D
hook-up, from $650 + SD. (386)
466-7391, 344-3715, or 965-0276
Quail Heights Country Club,
2br/lba duplex. Safe,'private &
secluded. W/D hookup
$700 mo. (386) 754-1155
SPRING SPECIAL
One month FREE! 2br/lba from
$550/mo. plus security.
Call.Michelle 386-752-9626
Studios &lBr's $135 week. All
utilities incl. Weekly, monthly.
Section 8 accepted. 386-752-2741
352-538-0292 or 352-514-2950


Furnished Apts.
720 For Rent
1Br Apt For Rent! Fully
Fumishedw/washer/dryer. All
Utilities Pd. $750/Mo. + $300 Sec.
Dep. Near VA. 386-961-0346
MOVE IN SPECIALS $499.
Ask about or weekly rates.
Angels Cove
386-758-8080

730 Unfurnished
73 Home For Rent


$450.- $850 mo 3br/2ba &
For Sale or Lease 4Br/2Ba FSBO 3br/2ba DWMH on 1 acre 4br3ba. Newkitchen cabinets,
:DWMH, 2000 Sqft., on'5.5 Acres., lot in Ft. White area. Like new 4br/3b Ne kitchen cabin, et
Large. Shed, $950/Mo + condition. $2,500 down & w/d hookups, bath upgrade, CHA.
$950 Deposit. Call: 386-867-4586 $650.mo. 386-752-45,97 Call to see (352)505-9264


045113069
V Small 2/1 remodeled SWMH
in a 1/2 acre country setting.
$575./mo + $700 security
V 5/3 DWMH with 2000 sf.+ on
4 acres. Large screened back
porch, attached carport, above
ground pool with deck,
fireplace, workshop and barn
deal for $975./mo + $1200 sec.
BJ Federico
Century 21 Darby Rogers
Phone: 386-752-6575 or
Cell 386-365-5884

2BR/1BA. Large family room
could be 3rd bedroom,
In town. $850/mo.
386-365-8721
3br/lba. w/extra small room.
Clean. $500/mo,
1st, last & $400 dep.
386-752-7559 Evenings
3BR/2BA 833 SW llth Avenue,
CR 10, Wellborn, Fl. Garage,
$700. mo. 1st, last & security.
386-397-0602
3BR/2BA House. 2 car garage ,
fenced back yard, washer dryer.
$875 mo. No Pets. 1st, last &
deposit. 386-867-1212
RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY
3br/2ba on 5 ac. Site built home
in immaculate condition.Jacuzzi in
"Master. $850mo. 386-758-1789


RENTAL: 1206 S.W. McFarland
Ave., 3/2 $700 mo., $300 security
deposit. Available May 1st.
(904) 781-8249
Very nice older home, 2br/2ba
w/fenced yard, garage, huge Fl.
room. CHA, appli. Application, .
credit check & lease req'd. 1st, last
& sec. $600/mo. (904)259-4126

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740 Furnished
Homes for Rent

3BR/2BA Energy Miser.
Porches, drivers. Close-in.
$900. mo. Neg. terms.
Call Gary Hamilton. 386-758-9842

750 Business &
5 Office Rentals

04530266
Office/Warehouse
Space for Rent
1000 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Located
behind Hwy Patrol, on
Arlington Blvd, going toward
middle school. 386-752-6806
V WAREHOUSE/OFFICE
Space available L&L Commercial
Center. Sisters Welcome Rd.
Call Donnie Young 352-258-0660
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
Office Space.located at Oakhill
Plaza on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
$700/mo. plus tax.
Call Bob 386-752-9086
Retail Space
Heavy traffic area
800 Sf. & 1600 Sqft.
Call for quotes 1-800-342-0135


770 Condos For Rent 10 Homefor Sale
810 Home for Sale


St. Augustine Beach 3 Br 1600 sf.
Weekends/weekly/monthly
Nice, clean & affordable
Call (386)623-4508 or 758-7560


790' Vacation Rentals

Spring Special Horseshoe Beach
Gulf Front 2br home, w/lg water-
front porch, dock, fish sink. Avail
wkends. $345. or wk $845.
i 352 i49-5986/386-235-3633'


$95,000 OREO
(Or Reasonable Enough Offer)
Must settle Trust. Siblings antsy.
3/2 fenced, carport, A/C, 3 lots.
425 SE Brown. 386-752-5033 or
386-697-1202
04530161
3Br/2Ba with Appliances built
on your lot. $59,900. Visit: .
www.dugardconstruction.com
or call 904-259-5008


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805 Lots for Sale
- UPSCALE 3/4 ac (MOL) with
2 homesites possible. Close to US
90 and 1-75. High and Dry. $45K
Gary Hamilton 386-758-9824
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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
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custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
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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.
RESTiICTED 1/2 Acre in
Lake Jeffrey area.
Priced to Sell at $27,900
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810 Home for Sale'
3br/2ba Modular, 1/2 acre, decks,
drivers & more. Great area.
"Reduced". 4% fixed. $0 down
(vets) 3% others. $600 approx
month. Gary Hamilton. 758-9824


4 Bd 3 Ba Foreclosure!
Only $217/Mo! 5% dn.
15 yrs @8% Listings
800-366-9783 ext 9478


BANK FORECLOSURE!
6 Br 3Ba! Only $29,900!
Must See, for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7921
New Home 3/2 Restricted SD
Many upgrades Lake Jeffrey area
Only $219,000 on 1/2 acre
386-752-5035X2410..
7 days 7-7 A Bar sales, Inc.


Nicely restored 3/1 Wood framed
house, just outside Lake City, city
limits. Lots of woodwork, CH/A,' a
Steal at $68,000. 566 NE Jackson-
ville Loop. LC(941)720-01'89

820 Farms&
AU Acreage
10 Acres/Prime Location.
SAlready Cleared. Beautiful! .
Will Owner finance
Call Jared 386-719-5560
Owner Financed
Half -acre to 10 acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Properties
S386-752-4339 www.landnfl.com

830 Commercial
Property'

PRICED REDUCED
US 90 1.83 Acre $795,000;
/ 17000 sq. ft, Warehouse
$2,250. mo.
/ Office/retail 8000 sq ft.'
$8 00 sq ft.
Tom Eagle GRI
386-755-5110
Daniel Crapps Agency Realtor

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860 Investment __Reside ntiall_ _R entals__ __lty___ __ll_


LARGE MOBILE Home Park on
10 acres. Zones for 56 spaces. 50
park owned homes. Call for more
.details. 386-397-5281


940 Trucks


2002 Ford F-150 4 X 4.
Supercrew Lariat 5.4L V-8 ,
$8500.00
386-623-0064


950 Cars for Sale

1999 FORD Escort, 85K miles, 5
speed, new tires, 25-30 mpg.
$3,000. Call 386-466-0038
Great little car- one owner.


92 Mustang LX:.4cyl, new tires &.
CD player 5 spd, runs excel Well
cared for Great on gas. $22.000
obo. 386-963-2271/438-41071
Easy Auto Loans
Bad Credit OK- 99% approval
$500.00 down. Call Ken
352-486-1331 or 352-949-9098
Honda 95 Accord $500!
Police Impounds from $5001
for listings
809-366-9813 ext A760

951 Recreational
95 Vehicles

2000 MALLARD 29ft. travel
trader. Queen bed, bunks, CH/A,
Sleeps 8. Excellent condition.
$6,700 obo. (3521286-7150

SVans & Sport.
952 Util.Vehicles.

1991 CHEVY Van 3/4 ton.
AC. Power steering, brakes.
Stereo. All works.
$1,300. 386-758-1789

CUSTOM VAN, Chevy. G-20,
1989. Garaged. 106K mi.
Excellent condition. Must See!
$2.500. 386-755-4454


205 S W Scon Place Go Branford H%%) South. take n on Tro.\ Aenue to
Russwood Esates ?
Top quality, nev construction home Large 4 bedrooms. 2 5 bath with extra
office. Home includes a deluxe kitchen nith built-in china cabmet. tamril
room with fireplace, hardwood floors, covered back porch and 3 car garage

; ;Jim Curry
f/A im Remax Professionals, Inc. '.
(386) 365-3669

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L"hI7IIdo. 3882 NW Huntsborough
1BR/1IBA #102 Apt.
$450.00 mo.

Build inSuwannee Reduced 3BR/2BA 269 Sumatra Ave
County on 1.45 Acres 1,296sq.ft. on.1.55 Ac 2BR/1 BA Madison
649 $17,900 70079 $859001 $495.00 mo. Apt.


Tiffany Oaks 3BR/2BA Union Co. 3BR/2BA
S1456.qn ro 75.Ac lot .l1,566sq.B on 1.9 Acres
.69369 $64,900 a690o $72,900
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Incomel 4BRn/2A Rolling Acres 3BR/2BA
1,248 %q A on Sub Lot 1,188 ron 2 48 Ac
64900o $99,500 67723 $99,900


Highlands 3BR/2BA Charming 2BR/2BA
1 025 a n Sub Lot 1 056 s or 12 99 Ac
69164 $113.900 684'11 $139,900


Beautiful- 3aR/2BrA Reduced- 2aR/1BA
1,920 q n or, 10 08 Ac 672 so~ on 20 3 Acres
68412 $154,900 6577 $157.900


52OLU .I'E N alvis.
ip 3BR/1BA 1,038 sq. ft.
$595.00 mo.

2607 Country lub#101
12BR/1.5BA -975 sq. ft.
W S .$750.00 mo.
976 Lowland Terr
3BR/2BA -1,I00sq.ft.
$800.00 mo.

S384 NW Palm Dr
3BR/2BA- 2,181 sq.ft.
$1,195.00 mo.
139 SW Beagle GI
3BR/2BA 2,012
$1,225.00 mo.
.u166 NW Gardner Terr
3BR/2BA- 1,534 sq.ft
$1,500.00 Mo.

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Advertise your car, truck, motorcycle, recreation vehicle or boat here for 10 consecutive days.
If your vehicle does not sell within those 10 days, for an additional $15 you can place your ad for.
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Price includes a 6 day/ 4 line classified ad of the same vehicle in print and online.


1999 Ford Escort
85K miles, 5 speed, new
tires 25-30 mpg. Great
little car, one owner..
$3,000
SCall: .
386-460-0038


2002 Ford F150 4x4
Super Crew Lariat
54L. V8
$8,500
Call
386-623-0064


1.a3B- 755- 544


Classified Department: 755-5440


DOMESTIC
06 Dodge Stratus
06 PT Cruiser Cony
05 Grand Prix V6
07 Chevy Cobalt
08 Cobalt LT
08 PT Cruiser
06 Mallbu Maxx LT
03 Towncar Exect
08 Grand Prix V6
07 PT Cruiser Tour
04 Mustang GT
06 Ford 500,LTD
08 Chevy Impala
08 PontIac G6
08 PT Cruiser Tour
07 Pontiac G6 SIR
08 Dodge Caliber
07 Cobalt LT
07 Ford Mustang
08 Malibu Classic
08 Chevy HHR
07 Grand Prix GT
07 Mustang Leather
08 Avenger Leather
08 PT Cruiser LTD
08 Sebring Convy
08 Gr Marquis LS
08 Saturn Aura SIR
08 Dodge Magnumr
07 Dodge Magnum
07 Mustang Cony
08 Chrysler 300
08 Dodge Charger
06 Towncar Sig
08 Malibu LT
09 Ford Mustang
07 Monte Carlo SS
08 Pontiac G6 GXP"
08 Sebring Cony LTD
09 Fusion SEL
08 Chrysler 300Tour
07 Cadillac DTS
08 Pontiac G6Conv
06 Cadillac STS
07 Charger SRT8
TRUCKS


$7,990
$8,990
$8,990
$8,990
$9,990
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$10,990
$10,990
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$11,490
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$16,890
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$19,990
$20,990
$28,990


05 GMC 1500 V8 $7,990
03 Dodge Ram Hemi $8,990
08o Raider Xcab $11,990
03 GMC Crew 4x4 $14,990
04 2500 Crew 4x4 / $15,990'
07 Dodge 1500 Quad: $15,990
06 Colorado Crew Z71 $16,99Q
08 Frontier Crew V6 $16,990
08 F15QXcabV8 $16,990
08 Tundra Crew $18,990
08 Chevy 1500 Crew $18,990
08 Ford F150 Crew $19,990
07 Ram Quad 4x4 : $19,990
04 F250 Crew4x4 .$20,990
07 F150 Crew FX4 $22,990
08 Tundra Crew XSP ,$27,990
SPORTS UTILITY
06 Pontiac Torrent $11,990
06 Wrangler Sport
Right Hand Drive $11,990
07 Jeep Liberty $12,990
05 Jeep Wrangler $12,990
07 Compass 4x4 $12,990
08 Mazda Tr-bute $13,990
07 Pacifica Touring $13,990
07 Ford Escape $13,990
06 Pacifica Leather ,$14,990
05 Explorer Sp Trac $14,990
07 Durango.Leather $14,990
08 Jeep Commander $15,990
08 Trailblazer $15,990
08 GMC Envoy $15,990
09 Dodge Journey $15,990
1'07 Highlander $16,890.
09 Journey SXT $16,990.
07 Santa Fe V6 $16,990
08 Pathfinder $16,990
09 Pontiac Torrent $16,990
08 Toyota Rav4 $16,990.
08 Nissan Xterra $16,990
08 Mazda CX7 ; $16,990
08 Dodge Durango $16,990
06 Commander LTD $17,990
08 Honda Element $17,990
04 Infiniti QX56 $18,990
08 Explorer Bauer $19,990
07 Saturn Outlook $19,990
08 Highlander V6 $19,990
07 Cadillac SRX $21,990
08 Saturn Oulook $21,990
07 Veracruz LTD $22,990
08 Suburban Lthr $23,990
o 08 Cad'iiac SRX $23,990
07 Expedition LTD $27,990
08 Infinmti EX35 '$28990-
08 Infiniti FX35 $28,990
08 Acura RDX Nay $29,990
08 BMW X3 $36,990
08 Porsche Cayenne $48,990
S / VANS
06 Gr Caravan Cargo .9,990
06 Kia Sedona LX: $10,990
06 Town Country $10,990
07 Grand Caravan $10,990
07 Hyun Entourage $11,990
08 Uplander LS $11,990
,08 Ford E150 Cargo $12,990
07 Town Country $12,990
08 Grand Caravan $13,250
08 Kia Sedona $13,990
07 Ford E250 Cargo $14,990
08 Chevy Cargo '$14,990
08 Ford 8 Pass $14,990
06 PFord 15 Pass : $15,990
07 Sienna LE $16,990
08 Ford 12 Pass $17,990
08 Chevy 12 Pass $17,990
08 Chevy 15 Pass $19,990
S07 Odyssey EXL $22,990
07 Dodge Sprinter $29,990
IMPORTS
07 Hyundal Accent $8,990
05 Civic Coupe $9,990
06 Scion XA .$10,990
06 Mazda 61 $10,990
08 Nissan Senira $11,750
07 Kia Speclra $11,990
08 Mits Galant $11,990
08 Toyota Yaris $11,990
07 Mazda 6 SIR $12,990
08 Hyundal Accent $12,990
08 Hyundai Elantra $12,990
08 Sonata SIR $12,990
03 Mini Cooper. $12,990
05 Inflnitl G36 $12,990
07 VW Rabbit $12,990
06 Scion XB $12,990
08 Toyota Corolla $13,990
04 Mini Cooper $13,990
08 Nissan Altima $14,990
05 Accord Hybrid $14,990
06 Civic Hybrid $14,990
07 Scion TC $14,999
08 Scion XB $15,990
07 Jetta Wolfsburg $45,990
06 Acura RSX $15,990
08 Altima Leather $16,990
09 Corolla LE $15,590
07 Maxima SE $16,990
08 Forrester 2.SX $16,990
07 Honda Civic Hybrid $16,990
08 Honda Accord $17,990
09 Camry LE $17,990
08 Civic EXL Nav $17,990
06 Jaguar Xtype $17,990
08 Maxima SE $18,990
08 Azera Limited $18,990


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Control

fire ants

in lawn

I f you have ever been
stung by fire ants,
you are probably
watchful for mounds
showing up in.
your yard. Fire ants are
dreaded for their painful,
burning stings that result
in pustules. These pustules
can persist for up to ten
days and, if broken; can
harbor infections. The itch
that accompanies the sting
is intense and relentless;
Fire ants will attack
anything that disturbs
their nest including your
pets, livestock and wildlife.
Nothing is spared when
they are defending the nest,
from an intruder;
to Imported fire ants are
aggressive. reddish brown
to black, and usually about
Sh-inch long. They live in
dome-shaped mounds of
Soil built in sunny and
open areas. This makes:
r'. our lawns and gardens a
prime location for mounds.
Sometimes they may .
also build in rotting logs.
around trees, or under
pavement and buildings.
The mounds are home to
S-; colonies of ants, including
immature cream-colored
ants, eggs and larvae.
'A single queen in an
established colony can lay
over 2,000 eggs per day.
The workers go out
and forage for food to feed
everyone back home. They
scout around and report
to other workers when
a food source is located.
These expeditions can take
them as far away as one
hundred feet from the nest.
They forage during the day
arid night, whenever the
temperatures are between
70 and 90 degrees F-E
The really bad news is
it impossible to completely
control fire ants. 'Fire ants
often come back with more
of a vengeance after they
have been treated. Native
ant species are
also reduced or eliminated
when treatments are
made on fire ants. So
when.the fire ant returns,
they go into a rapid
reproductive mode so they
will outcompete other ant"
species. If you don't keep
up with an ant control
plan; the reinfestation will
usually be even greater
than before you waged war.
The good news is that
there are several reliable
control strategies that
you can use to treat your
lawn and garden areas.
Four strategies that are
currently recommended
are broadcast bait
applications, individual
mound treatments, a
combination of the first
two, and barrier/spot
treatments. Some people
-.. claim success with
carefully pouring boiling
water onto the mound. You
can also try digging the
mounds on a cool, sunny
morning and taking them
S somewhere else. Use
S common sense, however,
and don't attempt any
home remedies that are
dangerous or contaminate
the environment.
S. Baits are products
, <*. ANTS continued on 6D


Retracing history from afar


Florida native writes
of Confederate soldiers
buried in Australia.
By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com
LOGANHOLME, QUEENSLAND,.
AUSTRALIA--
Florida native who was
the son of a jailerfor,
the Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office now lives
in Australia and is writing
a book about Confederate veterans
who are buried there and in New
Zealand.
Jim Gray, 69, was born in Tampa
and lived in Live Oak as a child,when
his father, J.E Gray, worked as the
night jailer and then chief deputy
under Sheriff Sim Howell (1949-53).
"I lived for a while in the old Live
Oak City Jail," Gray said. "A portion
had been turned into living quarters
for my family as my father was
originally the night jailer."
The Gray family later moved to a
. 180-acre farm about three miles south
of Live Oak on the Branford Highway,
he said.
Gray became interested in Civil
War veterans after learning he. was a
descendant of Confederate soldiers
from North Carolina, he said.
After attending Sdwannee High
School, Gray said, he went to the
University of South Florida and
graduated from the USF College of
Business. Then, he went to work.
"I worked for Eli Witt Co. in
Tampa," Gray said, "and was later the
supervisor of the molding and casting
department of Design Line Inc. in
Tampa, where we constructed sets for
Busch Gardens, Sea World, Disney
World and other entertainment
groups. We built all the Egyptian work
on the 'Montu' ride at Busch Gardens
in Tampa."
Once in Australia, he joined groups
interested in the Civil War.
"After moving to Australia, and
being a member' of the Sons of
Confederate Veterans and the
American Civil War Round Table of
Queensland (Australia)," he said, "I
discovered a Union sailor's grave in a
Brisbane cemetery.
"So I started researching to see if
there were others. The more I looked,
the more I found, and I am continuing
to still find them, including one of
the original Confederate Treasury
lithographers that printed the original
Confederate money.",
One of the Confederate soldiers
buried in Australia enlisted in the
Confederate States Army in a small
town near Live Oak, Gray said.
John Corneille Smith, Houston
Born in Limerick County, Ireland,.
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LAKE CITY REPORTER LIFE SUNDAY, MARCH 2009


Get ready ... get set ... enroll now at LCCC


By SANDRA JOHNSTON
Lake City Community
College director of enrollment
management
W hen
reflecting
on my
childhood
years, I
can vividly recall the many
times we entertained
ourselves by playing board
games such as Monopoly,
Payday, Scrabble and the
like. Many a long, hot
summer evening was spent
studying the rules on the'
tattered box lid, setting up
the game, assembling the
players and then deciding
who would be the banker,
the scorekeeper, etc.
One particular game
that stands out in my
mind, and for which I
now have a much better
appreciation for, was
that of Milton Bradley's
game of "Life." The game
of Life is a board game'
- where players advance
through the course of
life based upon the spin
'of the wheel. The player
spins a wheel which, when,
stopped, indicates how ,
many places the player
should advance on the
board. Chance landings
on the board mimic real-.
life circumstances such
as paydays, marriages,
babies, college, job
gain and loss, and even
revenge. The object of the
game is not so much as
"he who has the most at
the end wins," but rather
he who prepares, takes
advantage of opportunities
and who weathers the


storms of life, best
experiences the most life
has to offer, and achieves
the self-actualization we all
desire.
In looking back I
imagine
the
purchase
and
availability
of the
game
in our
Johnston home may
have been afforded with
an alternative motive in
mind. While I'm sure our.
widowed mother of seven
children, who was also
the sole proprietor of the
family business and the
family farm, appreciated
the distraction the game
provided'to.her large
brood, I can also surmise
that in her wisdom as
well as through her
segl-profeshed doctorate
from "The School of
Hard Knocks," she also
recognized all too well
the lessons that the game :
provided to her children.
We grew to learn
and respect that life
is not a game. Rather
it is a journey, much
like the board game,
which includes victory
and defeat, storms and
rainbows as well as
opportunities and regrets.
We would come to realize,
as many often do, albeit,
some later than others,'
that the journey of life is
best traveled when one
takes full advantage of the
many opportunities that
life has to offer.
'One such advantage


and opportunity is that
of continued education
at Lake City Community
College. Since 1947 the
faculty and staff at LCCC
have taken pride in
providing the residents
of our area with the
opportunity to obtain
quality education and
training, thereby better
preparing them for the
journey of life.
LCCC offers a wide
range of programs that
can prepare a student
for direct entry into the
increasingly competitive
job market and/or
continued education at the
university level. Classes
are offered through a
variety of instructional
methods to best meet
the needs of those we
serve. .These include
courses delivered via
the traditional classroom
setting, as well as Internet
courses, offered over the
Web and/oi- compressed
video courses. There's
a little something for "
everyone at LCCC and
the investment of hard
work, dedication and
commitment often results
in immeasurable and
'unimaginable returns.
The steps to take
.advantage of the
opportunities that
continued education
affords are easy at LCCC
and can be completed in
just a few simple steps.
These include:
*. Complete and submit
a LCCC Application for
Admission along with the"
one-time $15 application
fee. The application:


can be obtained via
the college Web site
at www.lakecitycc. edu
and/or picked up at the
Admission's Office on
campus (Bldg 015).
Provide the college
with official transcripts
of all prior educational
institutions attended,
including high school. If
your transcripts do not
reveal college placement
test scores necessary for
course registration, our
Test Center staff will be
happy to assist you with
testing.
Meet with an advisor
at the LCCC Advising
Center to discuss your
goals and determine what
career you are best suited
for. Select the courses you
will take accordingly.
If you desire to seek
financial aid apply
early. The application
for financial aid can be
obtained via the Web at
tww.fafsa.ed.gov.
It's been said that every
journey begins with a first
step. Don't leave your.
journey to the mercy of
the spin and where it lands
you, rather embrace your
journey, take advantage
of the opportunities that
higher education affords
and enjoy all the benefits it
provides.
So what are you waiting
for? Get ready ... get set
... enroll now! Summer
registration begins April 13.
E Johnston is the director
of enrollment management
at Lake City Community
College. She can be reached
at johnstons@lakecitycc.edu
r* by calling (386) 754-4233.


IMMUNITY CALENDAR


Sunday, March 29
Prom event slated
at Church of Christ
Central Church of Christ,
located about three miles
south ofColumbia High'.
School on U.S. Highway
41, is hosting a prom event
sponsored by J.C. Penney.
The event is from 7 to 9 p.m.
on March 29. Visitors can
see all of the latest fashions
in prom dresses, tuxedos
and hair styles. There will
be restaurant gift card
drawings. A limousine will
be out.front to look at. There
will be hot dogs, cake and
punch. Donations made at
the event help sponsor the
Kids In Christ Korner, which
is a puppet ministry held
Saturday at the flea market
at the Columbia County
Fairgrounds. Call 755-1320.

Monday, March 30
Autism support group
sought in county
The University of Florida's
Center for Autism and
Related Disabilities (CARD)'
is trying to start a support
group in Columbia County.
Its first meeting is set for
6:30 to 8 p.m. on March
30 at the Columbia County
Library's main branch in
Lake City. All interested
persons are welcome.
The group is for autism,
asperger's and PDD-NOS -
Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Call (386) 397-1882 or
CARD at 1-800-754-5891 for
more information.

AARP tax assistance
at Southside Center
There is assistance to
file federal tax returns for
' any taxpayer with low- to
moderate- income, $40,000
or less. There is no need
to be elderly. From 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. every Monday
'and Thursday at Southside
Recreation Center in Lake.
City. Bring photo ID and
all of the material normally
required to file annual tax
returns with the Internal
Revenue Service.

VITA offers free tax
preparation service
Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance (VITA) is
available here. VITA offers
free tax preparation, provided
by IRS certified volunteers,
for people with a low to
moderate income (generally,
$40,000 and below). VITA
sites offer free electronic
filing (e-filing). United Way of


History's Mysteries
This photo resides in the extensive collection at the Lake
City Columbia County Historical Museum. Unfortunately,
museum staff doesn't know who these folks are. Do you? If
so, help preserve the past for our children and grandchildren
by calling (386) 635-5619 or e-mailing john@johnstanford.com.


Suwannee Valley schedules
all appointments. Please
Contact Jenn Sawyer or
Tony Lee, VITA Coordinators,
at the United Way ,(386)
752-5604, to schedule an
appointment.


Luncheon is set for 11 a.m.
on April 1 at the Old Country
Buffet in the Lake City Mall.
All members, friends and
guests are welcome. Call
(386) 758-2026 or 758-9847.

Columbia County
Builders to meet
The Columbia County
Builders Association has
scheduled its general council
luncheon for 11:30 a.m.
April 1 at the Holiday Inn on
Commerce Boulevard. The
meeting starts at noon. The
cost of the luncheon for
members is $10 and $15 for
non-members. Both prices
include tax and gratuity.
The luncheon for April is
sponsored by Waste Pro of
Lake City and the speakers
will be Re/Max personnel.
Call (386) 754-5355 or
e-mail colcountybuild@
bellsouth.net
To submit your Community
.Calendar item, contact Jeff
Hardison at 754-0426 or by
e-mail at ihardison@
lakecityreporter.cornm.


The Ichetuckne.e Springs
State Park Citizen Support
Organization (CSO) is
scheduled to meet at 7 p.m.
on March 30 at the park via
the south entrance in the
Educational Center. A CSO
is a non-profit organization
dedicated to providing
support for a state park park.
Call (386) 497-4690.

TMesday, March 31


A self-help group
facilitated by Life Coach
Judee Holmberg will explore
options for what's next. It
is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
every Tuesday at Fort White
Town Hall. There is no
charge. Call (386) 497-3223.

Kiwanis Club meets
at Women's Club
The Kiwanis Club of Lake


to meet at LifeStyle
The Rotary Club of
Downtown Lake City
meets at 7:15 a.m. each
Wednesday in the LifeStyle
Enrichment Center, 628 SE
Allison Court,. Call 755-7969.
Lake City Newcomers
Luncheon slated
The April Friendship


ANNIVERSARY


Lane
Beulah and John Lane
were united in marriage April
4, 1959, in Princeton, Maine.
The couple will celebrate
their 50th wedding
anniversary April 4, 2009, at
the Grace Manor Restaurant
and Community Center in
Live Oak with their children,
John (Lori) Lane, Melanie
(Brian) Sims, Kim (Tony)
Smith and Kathy (Brian)
Schreiber. The couple also
.have 10 grandchildren.
John graduated from the
University of Maine with a
master's degree in forestry.
His degree led the couple
to Lake City in 1964 where
he. worked as a research
forester in Olustee for
several years. He later
worked for W.C. Hale
Surveying and eventually
became part of Bailey,
Bishop & Lane before retiring
in 2001.
He also obtained a master
of divinity degree from
Tennessee Temple University
in Chattanooga, Tenn. He
has pastored churches in
Tennessee, Florida and
Maine.
Beulah worked with the
Columbia County School
System for 22 years. She
currently is a substitute
teacher at Columbia City


COURTESY PHOTO
John and Beulah Lane as
they celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversary (above)
and on their wedding day
in 1959.


Elementary School during
the winter months. She was
named the Columbia County
Non-Instructional School
Related Employee of the
Year in 2001.
To help the couple celebrate
their 50th anniversary, their
children are sending them on
a trip to Ireland.


BIRTHS


Bush


2009, in Sha
She weigh


Bo and Kimmy Bush, of 14 ounces ar
Lake City, announce the birth 20 inches.
of their daughter, Brennyn She joins C
Reese Bush, on Fbb. 24, Grandpare
2009, in North Florida Regional and Sue Fra
Women's Center in Gainesville. Dana Lee, C
She weighed 6 pounds, Conda Mays
8 ounces and measured Great-grar
19'/2 inches. David and SI
She joins Bryson, 2.., Richard and
Grandparents are Rodney the late Jess
and Teresa Tompkins, of Lee and Mrs
Lake City, and Bob and Lydia Emanuel Cui
Bush, of Live Oak.
Great-grandparents are Shidner
tht late Geor' e and Je:anette


Tomkins and Lucille Cromer
and the late William Cromer.

Davis
Stephen, C. Davis, of Lake
City, announces the birth of
his son, Jaiden Paul Davis,
on Jan. 4, 2009, in North
Florida Regional Women's
Center, in Gainesville.
He weighed 7 pounds,
4 ounces and measured
19 inches.
Grandparent is Kathleen J.
Davis, of Lake City.
Great-grandparents are
Paul L. and Gladys Audrey'
Wendel, of Lake City; Ronald
and Nora Sykes and the late
Archie N. Pettigrew, of West
Palm Beach; Paul L.Wendel
Sr. and the late Reba N.
Wendel of San Antonio, Texas.

Mays
Shelby Rend Lee and
Chauncey Lama Mays, of .
Lake City, announce the birth
of their daughter, Shayla
Alexis Mays, on Feb. 18,


nds Lake Shore.
hed 7 pounds,
nd measured

Chauncey Jr., 3.
ents are Randy
ze, Mitchell and
harles Mays and

idparents are
heila Hansen,
Earlene Fraze,
ie and Remell
. and Mrs.
rry.


Jacob D. and Ashley
E. Shidner, of Pensacola,
announce the birth of their
daughter, Abigail Elizabeth
Shidner, on March 2, 2009,
inSacred Heart Women's
& Children's Hospital, in
Pensacola.
She weighed 7 pounds,
14'/2 ounces and measured
20% inches.
Grandparents are
Kathleen Davis, of Lake City;
Robert and Sandra Shidner,
of Citra.
Great-grandparents are
Paul L. and Gladys Audrey
Wendel,' of Lake City; James
and Frances Shidner, of
Hernando; and Edward
and Shirley Compton, of
Williamsburg, Va.
Great-great-grandpar-
ents are Ronald and Nora
Sykes and the late Archie
N. Pettigrew, of West Palm
Beach; Paul L. Wendel
Sr. and the late Reba N.
Wendel, of San Antonio,
Texas; and Margaret
Compton and the late Obie
Compton, of Yorktown, Va.


City mpets at noon every
Tuesday at the Women's
,Club, 257 SE Hernando Ave.
Call (386) 365-8747,
or call Dennis Smith at
(386) 365-8747.


The Lake City Lions Club
meets at the Guangdong
Chinese Restaurant in the
Lake City Mall at 7 p.m. every
Tuesday. Call 752-2612 or
(386) 497-3536.

VFW Post 2206
hosts Bingo
VFW Post 2206 hosts
Bingo 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, at
134 Forest Lawn Way. Call
(386) 752-5001.


Lions Club to meet
Ichetucknee Springs at Guangdong
State Park CSO to meet


Possibilities self-help Wednesday, April 1
group meets Tuesdays Rotary Club-Downtown
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SPOTLIGHT


Sunday, March 29, 2009


www.lakecityreporter.com


ENTERTAINMENT







Troy Roberts
Phone:(386) 754-0427
troberts@lakecityreportercom

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swan song

I'. A little more than
a week ago,
one of
television's
greatest shows
came to a fitting end.
The Sci-Fi Channel's
"Battlesfar Galactica,"
which began its four
season run in 2004, has
been a mainstay on the
channel's Friday night
lineup, the one show on the
network that didn't look
like it was put together in
three days with a $4,500
working budget. Here's '
looking at you, "Raptor
Island," "Basilisk: The
Serpent King," "Mammoth"
and the hundred other
Sci-Fi original movies that
premiere each and every
Saturday night.
"Galactica" had all of the
quality of a major network
show it probably even
would have fit in'with
HBO's top-tiert shows
and a complex, in-depth
storyline that had all the
inner workings to keep
viewers guessing what
'would come next. It wasn't
as deep as "Lost" of
course, no other show has
ever had all the twist and
turns of ABC's elaborate
-and convoluted serial
series, which continues to
get stranger by the week
S -but -'BSG" offered just
enough uncertainty to keep
viewers enticed week after
week. And never was an
issue as straightforward
as it seemed there was'
always a shade of gray that
veiled every decision the ,
series' characters made.
You could see both sides
of the coin, and most
questions had no 'right' or
'wrong',answer.
Those behind the
scenes did something
that is often difficult to do
make every character
matter. Some of the
smallest roles throughout
the series have made the
biggest contributions to
the on-going storyline.
Typically when a bit tole is
expanded into something
more it feels forced, but
the writers were able to
transition so smoothly that
it's difficult to remember
those characters not
being there. And these
characters didn't just
matter to the storyline,
they mattered to the
viewers. Each time a
character died I felt a
twinge of melancholy, and
there was a death in the
final episode that I'll admit
made me shed a few tears.
And to make matters
worse, it was a death that
was inevitable and the
viewer knew was coming.
But it was handled so
S appropriately, in such
a manner that even the
darkest heart of stone
would have shattered at.
viewing it. It was just that
. kind of show. .
So, here's to you,
"Battlestar Galactica," a
program that was so much
more than a science fiction
show about a spaceship.
S/ It was an experience


about devastating loss, the
human will to survive, and
believing in miracles even
when all hope seems lost.
* Troy Roberts covers
entertainment for the
Lake City Reporter.


S, COURTESY PHOTO
The Hunt Family Fiddlers will kick off the Community Concerts of Lake City 2009-2010 Live Artist Series
when they perform at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Levy Performing Arts Center at Lake City Community College.


Hunt Family Fiddlers to launch

LCCC's Community Concert Series


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
C community
Concerts of Lake
City has announced
its schedule of
performances for
the upcoming 2009-2010 Live
.Artist Series.
All performances will take
place at the Levy Performing
Arts Center at Lake City
Community College.
The first performance of the
season, scheduled for 7:3Q p.m.
on Sept. 19, will feature the :
Hunt Family Fiddlers, an award-
winning.Irish family of step
dancers, fiddlers and singers
performing Celtic, bluegrass,
inspirational and popular tunes
during each performance. The
group performed for Queen
Elizabeth in 2007.
The second act of the
2009-2010 season will be a
special performance of "Alice
in Wonderland," featuring
giant, 9-foot tall puppets which
will include the Mad Hatter,
the March Hare and other
beloved characters from Lewis
Carroll's storybook. The main
performance will take place at
7:30 p.m. on Oct. 9, but a free
student outreach will take place
at noon for Columbia County
school children.
The series will return in 2010
'with a performance Jan. 23
.by the Tallahassee Swing Big
Band. The concert will take
place at 7:30 p.m. and feature


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Chapter 6, a six-man acappella troupe that was featured on American
,Idol, will round out the Community Concerts of Lake City 2009-2010


Live.Artist Series season on May 2.

big band renditions of Benny
Goodman, Tommy Dorsey,
Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington,
Count Basie and others. The
group also features music from
Broadway, Latin American
rhythms, waltzes and big band
rock 'n roll arrangements.
Rudolf Budginas brings his
performance of "You, Me &.
The Piano" to the LCCC stage
on Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m. In his
show, Budginas illustrates how
classical music has influenced
contemporary artists, engaging
the audience along the way.
A free student outreach also
will be offered at noon for
Columbia County school
children.
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of Loganholme, Australia,
a suburb of Brisbane,
which is in the state of
Queensland.
Houston is a community
between Live Oak and-
Lake City just south, of U.S.
-Highway 90.
Smith enlisted in the
Confederate States Army
at Houston on April 2,
1861, for a 12-month
period in Company B, First
Florida Infantry, Gray said.
This company became
"(Old) Company'H,' 1
Regiment Florida Infantry,"
Gray wrote.
In part of his book, Gray
chronicles information
about Confederate
companies from Leon,
Alachua, Franklin,
Jackson, Madison, Gadsen,
Jefferson and Escambia
counties:
-After the Civil War, Gray
wrote, Smith emigrated
to Australia, where he
married Eliza Cadzow
in 1870. They had six
children, who were born at
St. Arnaud. Victoria, Gray
wrote.
Smith died of heart
failure in 1914, Gray wrote.
His book gives a historic
perspective on more than
60 Confederate veterans
buried in Australia and
New Zealand. I
There is one other
North Florida Confederate
veteran buried there,'Gray
said.

Thomas S. Blythe,:
St. Marks
Thomas S. Blythe who
was born in 1848 at St.
. Marks, Fla., and joined-the
Confederate service at St.
Marks on Oct. 9, 1861 at
the age of 14. He joined


the Noyes Coast Guard
unit, and enlisted aboard
the CSS "Spray" on Oct
14, 1861, Gray said.
Victoria, Australian
public records reveal that
Blythe, at 25, married
Johanna Guerin of
,Limerick, Australia in 1872.
Immigration records show
* that Thomas Blyth at age
42 arrived in Australia in
April 1889 aboard the ship
"Murrumbidgee."
"No one has to-date
determined where Thomas
S. Blythe later went, what
happened to him, when
he died or where he is
buried," Gray said. "It is
assumed he may be buried
in Victoria or elsewhere in
Australia."
Gray's works are
published in Australia.
His book "Queensland's
Forgotten Veteranxs"
,was printed and bound
by Custom Printing in
Morningside, Queensland,
Australia. It was a limited
printing of 350 books, of
which 157 were donated to
public libraries: throughout
the state of Queensland.
Ninety-three of those
books were donated to
research groups and
veterans' groups in
Queensland, and 100 will
be sold to pay for the
limited printing of a 650-
'page book, "American Civil
War Veterans of Australia
and New Zealand,". Gray
said. It will cover all the
veterans North and South,
and will include more than
1,500 illustrations, Gray
said.
Gray has a Web site
related to American Civil
War Veterans buried in
Australia and New Zealand:
www.acwv.info.


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