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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: April 5, 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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JASON MATTHEW WALK(ERLake City Reporter .
'The old City Hall Building stands now, although the '
Lake City Community Redevelopment Agency has
a special meeting set for Moriday night to consider
seeking proposals for its demolition.


City Council plans
series of meetg

'Meetnst' plr'pacein to willi
feature regular council' meeting
as well as several workshops.

By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@laikecityreporterYmcorn
"This is the~ 'meetingist' place I have ever
seen," Colurmbia County Commissioner Jody
DttPree said Tuesday niglit at the Downtown
Development Comiitttee meeting, and hijs words
.still ring true when.100king at the lineup for
iV~onday night in Lake City.
A series of special and regular meetings start's
with the Finance, Audit and Budget Advisory'
Committee meeting at 5:30 p.m. in ~City Council
SChambers.
Committee members inte~irim City 1Yanager
Dave Clanton, Finance Director Dorothy
"Tw~eetie"' Tyre, City~ Councilmah~ George 1 td,
and Mlayocr Stephen Witt are scheduled to look
at the Fiscal Year 2007;-08 Audit, tcovering Oct. 1,
200'7 through Sepjt. 3(), 2008.
it :` ' COUNCII; Continued~on' 6A


commercial builders

expand local services
10 improve busmess

~unty's hiatus of impact fees
Cbuld spursssss~~~~~~~ssssss more growth in
TOSiden~tial, business sectors.

By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter. com
CommIercial building permits issued from
Columbia County Building' Departmerit were
down in the fir-st .quarter of 2009:I in comparison
tvith the same quarter last year, said Laurie
Hodson, office manager. Still, 'local builders
are extending their reach to keep busy; and a
recent action by the Columfbia County Board of
County Commiissiollers to place a moratorium on
impact fees could help b~ri h~ten the remiainder of
the year.
There were 21 permiits issued in the fist quar-
ter of 2008 and there were 7 permits issued in
the first quarter of 2009, shte said. Commercial
buikling permits issuedi'in the county for all odf
2008 numbered 60, she said. These numbers do
not include projects in the city limits.
BUI~LDING continued on 3A; ,


COURTESY PHOTO
Lake City Saints' linebackers John Cobb (41) and Dewayne Newsome (6) take a break during a game played! earlier this
:I~year to flex their muscles for the crowd. Thle Saints won the game and sport a 8-3 overall record. '

Saints march toward NIFL playffs

with successful inaugural sea sort :


Again, the Saints came up short, but that's wvhen their
season began to turn around behind a new offense fromt
coordinator Tony Adkins.
"In the last few games our offense really took off
with what we like to call a 400 series," Adkcins said. "It's
a true spread of fense, and it really* opened up a lot of
things after starting out the season trying to run behind
a Power-1."
The change translated the Saints into the league's
No. 1 scoring offense, with Cliff Mlagby~ as the vocal
point, behind a solid offensive line led by Mike Reaves.
''Magby's oulr workhorse," Adkins said of the running
back. "He's an exceptional athlete-in my.opinion. and
worth a ticket just to see him play. He's our featured
back, and runs behind an offensive line that hlas really
stepped their game up-"
Mlagby loved the change as well, and credited it with
his abilityS to explode late in the season. *
"Ilt opens the field up, and let's me make plays in
space." Mlagby~ said. :
The offense as a whole made the transition wiith the
new offense, and the results could be seen ov~er the last
couple games of the.,season, ~
So what brought on the transformation?
"That's classified." Mlonroje said, jokingly. "You know,
we play everyone twice though, and I like to switch it
up. They think we'll do somne things a certain wiay, but I
like to grive them extra looks."
The new looks worked during the- team's final few
SAINTS contrinuedc on Z4


By BRANDON FINLEY
blinley claitec, re por ter. con,

may be one of the surprise teams of the National
Independent Foojtball League.
The Saints will continue their march as.they
go alter their first play~off win in Lake City on
Satulrday.
The Saints, under coach Bobby M~onroe, have
compiled a 7-3 regular season record, enough to rank
them fourth in the end-of-season standings behind the
Levyfo~unty~ Raiders. ~Lauderdale Lions and Sumter
County Broncos. Two of' the Saints' losses came against
the top-ranked Raiders.
"WVe ve put in a lot of hard work during
this 10-game season.
Muonroe said. "That s
Saints pretty~ good for a first-year
coach eam,. but it goes to
Bobb show you the talent
M Vb in the surrounding
Monroe areas.
The Saints started the
s~e son writh a loss to the
'rop-ranked Raiders, but
bounced back to win
their next four games
before a second
game against Levy\
~t~~i~Countyr on the road.


Terrio Harris (from
left).and Ronald
Kilts pour used
motor oil into a
used oil tank
'during Saturday's
Toxic Waste
Roundup at the
Coltimbia County
Fairgrounds. More
than 200 people
brought items to
the event.


MOr-e ~than 200
rid themselves of
household wastes.

By TONY BRITT
entjrrh; talcit) e ca por ter.cornl .
M ~ore than 20j0 Columbia
.;County~ residents showed
Sa commitment to the local
environments by prop-
erly disposing hazardous
wastes during the Columbia
County oxic Roumdup.


The event was held
Saturday at the Columbia
County fairgrounds and
crews collected old com-
puter monitors, televisions,
gasoline, used cooking and
motor oil, paint, batteries,
Pesticides anid other ourt-of-
.date products Svhich could
harmthe environment. Five
Columbia County' landfill
employees as well as eight
employees from the toxic
chemical disposal company
collected the various items


from vehicles that showed
up at the event.
Columbia County; Solid
Waste Director Bill Lyecan
said the county has par-
ticipated in the event for at
least seven years.
"It's a one-day event
where people can bring
household hazardous
wastes and get rid of it at
no charge." he said, noting
within the first three hours
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Construction continues on a new Dollar General store on U.S. Highway 90 near Brown Road.
The store will cover just over 9,000 square feet.

BUILDING: No impact fees could help
Continued Frothz Page 1Al


Among the projects currently under way
in the county is -a Dollar General being
constructed on U.S. Highway 90 West. In
the city, there is an O'Reilly Auto Parts
store being built on U.S. 90 East (Dual
Street) near Lake City Community College
Foundation.
Dollar General stock is showing
profits, as are stocks of other discount
stores, and the: retail chain is building
its fifth store in Lake City. It is a 9,014-
square-foot retail outlet built with a more
open, modern design, according to a
company spokeswoman,
Concept Construction of Lake City is
building the Dollar General. The project is
still in the framing stage and no opening
date has been announced. The new store
is located near U.S. Highway 90 West and
Brown Road. Dollar General operates 421
stores in Florida.
Brian Crawford, owner of Concept
Construction, said on Friday that his com-
pany will be building yet another Dollar
General south of Lake City in the near
future. Permits have not been pulled for it
yet, he said.
While such shopping arenas are pleas-
ing consumers, Columbia County contrac-
tors are relieved about a recent decision
related to place a retroactive moratorium
on impact fees.
Crawford is happy with the Columbia
County Board of County Commnissioners:
Relief from impact fees is going to help local
contractors with commercial buildings, he
said. His company paid $26,000 in impact
fees for the Dollar General store currently
under construction,
Since he started that work after Jan.
1, Crawford said, the county will refund
those fees as a result of its action on
Thursday night. .
Crawford said his company has not
felt much impact from a slowdown in


commercial building, because it accepted
out-of-state jobs and expanded the types of
construction it will complete.
Crawford said auto parts companies are
seeing increased business, because people
are fixing their own cars to save money.
Mark Merz, external reporting and
investor relations manager for O'Reilly
Auto Parts, said the Iake City store will be
7,500 square feet.
O'Reilly Auto Parts is scheduled to open
here in mid-June, Merz said. The company
has 3,285 locations in 38 states. It is an
after-market retailer of automotive parts,
which serves garages and "do-it-yourself-
ers," Merz said.
Greg O'Neal of O'Neal Roo~fing said
he has seen the downturn in commercial
building, but his company is staying "rela-
tively busy."
O'Neal attributed the continued suc-
cess of his business now to diversification'
building doors and windows general
construction as well as roofing.
O'Neal's company is laying block next
week ion the foundation for an 8,000
square-foot building for the Pulmonary
and Sleep Center of Lake City. Doctors
Diogenes and Theresa Duarte own that
business.
Dr, Brent Hayden is building a new office
on State Road 47 and Dr. Minesh Patel is
in the permitting and planning stage for a
new office near Lake City Medical Center,
Lake City-Columbia County Chamber of
Commerce Director Jim Poole said.
Another commercial structure under
construction now is a car wash with
three self-serve bays and one automat-
ic bay, said Chris Dampier of Premier
Investments of Lake City.
It is on Bascom Norris Drive in the gen-
eral area of Quail Heights. This car wash
is expected to be operational by mid-May,
Dampier said.


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Phone: (386) 755-8 I 83
williams_h2@firn.edu
372 W Duval St.
Lake City, FL 32055.

Gene was a
religious man.
He grew, up in
the Lake Ci y
Advent Christian
Church ;and
committed his
life to Christ when
he: was a teenager.
VVhen he became
a coach, he taught
a Sunday School
class in every
city where he .
coached a~nd
eventially- '
organized the first
FellovirshiP
of Christian
athletes in
North Florida.

School for 28 years, and during
'that time his teams compiled
an' impressive list of state
and district championships,
and undefeated seasons.
ALcco~rdisrgly, Tallahassee
honored Gene bjr naming their
high school football field "Gene
Cox Stadium." .
For 20 years Gene was the
all-tinie winningest coach in
Florida high school history.
Then, when he retired, Coach
~Corky Rogers of The Bolles
School overtook him.
When that happened, Lake
City radio announcer Bo
Hendrick interviewed Coach
Rogers and asked him how it


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felt to be the new winningest
coach. Coach Rogers' answered,
"It's a good feeling. But we all
know the~real master lives in
Tallahassee."
Gene may have been ~
proudest of the fact that more
than 100 of his.players got
Sfour-year college scholarships
and some 90 percent of them
graduated from college.
Gene's. monumentaly
successful coaching career
would have been enough for
most coaches, but not Gene. He
also wrote and published "Go
Big Red," a 383-page hardbound
history of Leon High School
from -1916 to' 2001, a four year
project that tells the story of
every Leon football team and
'features a photo of every player
and coach in Leon's football
history.
Th~en, to do even more,
32 years ago, Gene started th6
Leon High School Sports Hall -
Sof Famie as his ongoing way of
recognizing Leon's exceptional
players and school supporters
with a spectacular yearly
banquet that is one of Leon
County's social events of the
year.
In the preface to his book,
Gene paraphrases the apostle
Paul (I porinthians 9:24-27),
~comparing the game of football
with one's spiritual journey in
life: "Remember that in a race
everyone runs, but only one
wmns the prize. Run in a way
so you will win the prize. Run '
straight and~ run with purpose in
ever # step."
Gene applied these words
to his earthly and his spiritual -
life. He has received his earthly
rewards and now he will receive
his Heavenly reward.
If you want to make a
( donation in Gene's memory, -
make your check payable
to "Fellowship of Christian
Athletes" and mail it to East
`Hill Baptist Church, 912
Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee,
SFL 32308 with the notation
S'made in memory of Gene Cox'.

li Morris Williams is a local .*
historian and long-time Columbia
County~ resident.


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established thb consequences
for breaking them. Perhaps you
have loosened up on a few rules
with your seniors, like curfew.
But be clear drinking and
drug use remains unacceptable.
Being an upperclassman has
privileges, but it also has ~
responsibilities,
Encourage your teen to make
every moment count: Your teen
only goes through high school
once. Let them know you don't
want them to miss out o~n things
-because of bad choices, like
drinking and drug use. One bad
choice could change~theii- lives
forever.
Provide safe alternatives:
Parties abound during high
school. Plan chaperoned
alcohol-free parties around
prom and graduation. For teens
staying home during spring
break, volunteering and other


community activities offer a safe
and productive use of their free
time.
Set a good example: Don't let
someone convince you that it is
a good idea for teens to drink
or use marijuana under your
supervision. It sends the wrong
message and may lead your
teen to make other bad choices.
Cindy Dicks
Columbia County Safe
and Drug Free Schools
Advisory Council
Safe and Drug Free Schools
Advisory Council needs your
help. For more information on
how you can help, call 755-8192.
Editor's note: Some of the
above information was provided
by the Office of National Drug
Control and theantidrug.com.
Catll (800) 788-2800 for more
ways to help your teen make the
most of this important time.


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The death of my friend, Gene Cox


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earthly
Friendship
with Gene Cox
ysya(CHS 1~952)
ended abruptly Monday night,
March 30, around 8:30, when
he died of a, heart attack, but
That frindship will live on in my ~
heart.
Most of you know that Gene
was born and grew up in Lake <
City, and that he became a
famous high school football
coach. He was the-first Florida
coach to win 300 games.
He had been inducted into
six falls of Fame because of his
coachinig- excellence and he was
considered the legend of Florida
high school football coaches.
Gene was also a legendras
a football player at CHS. His
senior- year he led~ CHS to an
undefeated 10-0 season and
their first Northeast Conference
championship in 16 years.
Gene was a religious man.
He grew up in the Lake City
Ad~vent Christian Church and
committed his life to Christ
when he was a teenager. When
he came a coach, he taught '
a Sunday school class in every
city where he coached and
eventually 'organized the first
Fellowship of Chri~stian athletes
in North Florida.
He did not smoke or drink~ or
curse. Whether on the practice ~
field or at a game, he did not
permit his assistant coaches or
his' players to use profanityr. .
~He had such a reputation
among his fellow coaches as
a clean-living guy that they
affectionately dubbed him'
"Clean. Gene."
Gene was a devoted family
nian. H'e and his wife, Patsy,
wrapped their lives around
thqir four children, David, Alan,
:Cynthia and Gat-f. All three of
his sons played football for him.
~~Gropring up, they went
'everywhere arid did everything
together. Even just a short
time ago, the entire family ,
- 'childr-en, grandchildren,
everybody took ~a'family
cruise together.
Gene coached at
Tallahassee's LIron High


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Teens need parentS ~
HOW Wmore than evier
.To the Editor:
This is a letter.reminding
parents of Columbia County
teenagers that "Spring Break
2009".is here! As you~ know,
prom and graduation are soon
~to follow. Along with these
exciting annual events are
pleilty of opportunities where
teens may consider taking risks,
especially drinking and drug
use.
If you' are thinking it is time
to "'let go"t because your teetl is
nearing graduation, please think
again! Your teen needs you as
much now as they ever have.
There are many ways to help
keep them safe and healthy.
Reinforce your expectations:
Throughout their high school
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A special City Council
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for 6:30 p.m. This workshop
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manager. It is anticipated
that another workshop will
be slated for April 13 to cre-
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applicants for City Council
to interview.
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includes a number of items
to cover during that meet-
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G:'ina Freeman Miller
SAfter a .lengthy illness, Mr~s.
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accountant at Atlantic Marine
in Jacksonville for .a number
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University of North Florida,
earning a Master's Degree ih
Accounting, and ultimately
attaining certification as a CPA.
In early 2000, she began working
for Design Containers, also in
Jacksonville, where she recently
was appointed Vice President.
Throughout her career, she
impressed her employers
and fellow-workers with her
dedication, honesty, and loyalty.
Mrs. Miller was a very talented
and compassionate person. By
her early teen years, she had
become an? accomplished pianist, ,
_playing for several churches
and numerous weddings. over
: tlie years. She was a proficient
photographer and recorded details
of life and nature with unusual
insight. She extended gracious
hospitality and, thoughtful
kindnesses to her closely-knit
family and friends, who will
r -emember her with joy and
thanksgivitig for the person she
was and the love that she shared
Memorial Services viill be held
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8, 2009 at 2 P.M. with Rev.
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The path of destruction
Lt. Don Wilson of the Lake City Fire Dept looks into the rotted stump of a tree that fell on a home at 240 SE Osceola Place
Saturday morning. The Live Oak was being cut down by the homeowners when the mishap took place. Officials from the Lake
City Fire Department and Columbia County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene just before noon. According to preliminary
reports, the owners of the home were trying to cut the tree down themselves. Damage was estimated at $45,000.


TOXIC: Roundup to cost thousands for disposal


NOTICE OF ADVISORY FINANCE, AUDIT; AND BUDGET COMMITTEE
MEETING TO BE HELD BY THE CITY OF LAKE CITY, FLORIDA ON
MONDAY, APRIL 6, 2009 AT 5:30 PM IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS
LOCATED ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF CITY HALL AiT 205 NORTH
MARION AVENUE, LAKE CITY, FLORIDA.
THE PURPOSE OF THE MEETING IS TO DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING ITEM;.
1. FY 08 Audit Presektation
All interested persons are invited to jittend~.1
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: If you reqliire special aid or: services as addressed in the American
Disabilities Act, please contact the City Manager's' Office at (386) 719-5768.
AUDREY E SIKES
SCity Clerk

NOTICE OF SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP TO BE HELD BY
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKE CITY, FLORIDA ON
MONDAY, APRIL 6, 2009 AT 6:30 PM IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS
LOCATED ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF CITY HALL AT 205 NORTH '
MARION AVENUE, LAE ITY, FLORIDA.
THE PURPOSE OF THE .MEETING IS TO DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING ITEM:
1. City Manager.position
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to City Code Section 2-32, that the City Council of the City
of Lake City, Florida, has called a special workshop to be held on. April 6, 2009 at 6:30 P.ML. for the
purpose outlined above.
AUDREY E. SIKES
City Clerk

NOTICE OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF THE LAKE CITY
COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY TO~ BE HELD ON ..
MONDAY, APRIL 6, 2009 AT 7:30 PM, OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS .
THE' MATTERS CAN BE HEARD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS
LOCATED ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF CITY HALL AT 205 NORTH
MARION AVENUE, LAKE CITY, FEORIDA.
THE PURPOSE OF THE MEETING ISTO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:
1. Call Meeting to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Approval of Minutes (February 17, 2009)
4.. Approval of Agenda
5. Request authorization to obtain quotes for stucco repairs to a City owned wall
(facing Railroad Street)
6. Request authorization to seek proposals for demolition of old City H~all building
7. Other Comments
8. Schedule Next Meeting Date
9. Adjournment
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if any accommodations are needed for
persons with disabilities, please contact Joyce Bruner, Office of City Manager, (386) 719-5768.
AUDREY E SIKES
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Continued From Page 1A
games as the Saints'
offense exploded.
"Just as an example,
we beat Ocala 6-0 the fist
time we played them,"
Adkins said. "When we
went down there to play
them we put up 40 points,
and we scored 48 against
the Gulf Coast Panthers."
The offense isn't the
only strong point of the
Saints, however, as the
defense has been one of
the stingiest in the league.
Three times this season
the Saints pitched shutouts
against their opponentS.
Each time it was` at Annie
Mattox Field, where the
Saints will host the Gulf
Coast Panthers at 7 p.m.
Saturday in the wild-card
round of the playoffs.
"If we have our entire
defense out there, we're
One of the best mn the
league," Adkins said.
"we've had players miss
several games, including
David Dunham, a local
product and Torrey
Richardson. You can't
replace two guys like that,
but that's the life in semi-

prTh So uts hope to have
all their options available
for the playoffs as they
come in on a hot streak
after winning their last
three games. Quinton
Law's ability to run the -
spread formation has been
especially beneficial.
"Law and I have always
been on the same page,
Adkins s~aid. "He's not our
best passer, but he's our
hest playmaker. We can
call the same plays wiithout
even meaning to. If~s a
great chemistry between
us, and that's what it takes
to win.
Law feels the same way
about his coordinator, and
has become the Saints
coach on the field.
"It just comes down to ~
situations in the gamde,"
Law said. "He knows that
we communicate good,
and leaves me in to run the .
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A Lake City Saints player
drops into coverage in a
game played earlier this
season. The Saints host the
Gulf Coast Panthers at
7 p.m. Saturday at
Annie Mattox Field.
Still, the Samnts areri'tt
just about winning. It's
about giving young men
a chance to continue
working toward a dream.;
Many of the players use,
football as an outlet to help
overcome troubles mn the
past and prevent future
off- dd 't wat anyone
just walking around and'
wasting their talent,"
Monroe said. "A lot of these
players weren't able to g'o
to college, so we keep them
off the streets. We try to do
everything by the rules."
Law is an example of-
a player vrho has done
things the right way, bit-
helps mentor the younger
group of players.
"I've been doing this
for a while," Law said.
"I did some time with
Arena League, but just -
continue because of the
love. We want to teach:
these young guys and let
them know that there's
still a chance. /The guys
have a lot to learn not only
about football, but being a
good person inside their
communities. It's a chance-
to mnentor. I've played for-
money before, biut now it's
just about the love."


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of the event, more than
200 vehicles dropped off
household hazardous
materials
L~ycan said*if~s important
to have the event annually
because it's the proper wlay
to dispose the wastes.
"It: keeps it from getting
dumiiped into the landfll or
getting dumped .out on the
ground he said. "!Here
ini~ Flori~da we have such a
unique situation with the
'sandy, porous soil and our
drinking water is right out
of the grbund. Essentially
anything that gets poured
on top of the ground iS
going to etiTd up in our drink
ing watei: Thaf~s part of the
reason for these types of


programs."
The hazardous materi
als collected, such as paint,
will be reformulated, while
the~ used motor oil will be
burned as a fuel. Batteries
will be recycled if possible.
"Ple~ try to recycle' as
much as we can," he said.
"Some of the stuff that can't
be recycled, such as pesti-
cides,.we try to mark filost
of that for thermal destruc-
tion and incinerationn"
Lycan estimated $15,000-
$20,000 was the cost of
Saturday's event for; d~ispos-
al of the waste products.
He said the best dispos-
'al method is to use the
materials for their intended
purposes atnd follow direc
tions.
S"Use it all up 'and
we got nothing to
dispose of!'- he said.


TONY BRITTiLake City Reporter
Wade Rollins pours oil into. 0 used oil tank during Saturday's
Toxic Waste Roundup at the Columbia County Fairgrounds.
More than 200 people brought items tp the event.


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Tigers hang 12

Leesburg I-ig1.
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com
Jacob Tilldtson's two-out,
two-run double in the fifth
inning carried Columbia
High's :baseball team to
its second 12-2 mercy-rule
District victory in less than
24 hours. ~
The Tigers. scored three
runs in the ~fifth ~inning to
.put away the visitors from
.Leesburg High in a game
that began Saturday moirn-
ing. Columbia scored two
runs in the. second inni~ing
~and seven runs in the third


inning.
Codey Blackwell pitched
the five innings with five
hits, one earned run, two
walks and three strikeouts.
He stayed red hot atthe play
with another 2-for-2 game
that included a three-run
honie' run and a double.
Cameron Sweat drove in
three runs with a .pair olf
singles .and scored twice.
Tillotson had a bunt sing-le :
to go with his double and
scored a run.
Jameson Rossin had a
pinch-hit RBI-doixble and
scored in the fifth inning.
Brandon Sc~ott had a single
and scored two- runs. Blake
King had an RBI-double
and scored a run. Zach
Espenship ha~d a single.


.Daniel Guztnan scored
two runs. J~ulian _Bonds
scored one run, as did Mike
Kirkman as a courtesy run-
ner for Blackwell.
Blackwell's blast greeted
a change of pitchers for
the Jackets 'in the 'third
and capped the seven-run
inning.
Losing pitcher Ryan
Bruneau had two hits for
Leesburg (10-7, 5-6).
"'The guiys are playing
Tiger baseball,' playing as
a team" CHS head coach
Andy Bennett said. "W~e are
right in the middle of the
season aind this is the time
to get hot. We saved arms
for our: big tournament,
CHS continued on 4B


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the second inning, as Leesburg High's Nick Paliner has to
Jump for the throw from shortstop Jake Cavender. Guzman
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Staff Reports

Holly Crumpton's sec-
ond home run of the year
propelled the Lady Tigers
through the weekend after


a 4-1 win against Ridgewood
in the first round of the
Lady Bulldog Invitational.
The Lady Tigers used the
early momentum and trans-
lated that into two wins on
Saturday. Columnbia High
first defeated Bayshore,
17-0, in 44b innlings to set up
a game against the home
Bell High Lady Bulldogs in


the final.
The game came down
to the wire with the bases
loaded in the bottom of the
seventh, but Jessica Keene
was able to shut down the
Lady Bulldogs when it mat-
tered' to pick up a 4-3 vic-
tory.
Columbia scored six runs
in the first inning against


Bayshore and never looked
back. Keene got the start
and pitched two: innings,
striking out three batters
and walking two. She gave
way to Jordan Williams
in the third inning, and
Williams closed out the
final three innings with two
strike outs.
Stephanie Pilkington led


the Lady Tigers with three
hits while four batters had
two hits. Michaela Burton,
Megan Hill, Williams and
Natalie lylartinez all reached
base twice for Columbia.
Burton led off the cham-
pionship game against the ;
Lady Bulldogs~ with a hit,
TOURNEY continued on 4B


BRIEFS

-OBY -OM QP
Coach to visit
city on April 23
The Lake City
SSeminole Boosters
annual Bobby Bolv~den
'Day is April 23at'
Southern Oaks Gol :.
Club,. Golf begins at
11 a.m., with a social
hour at 6 p.m. and dinner
at 7 p.m.
For details, call Diane
SWalker at 752-4788.
YDUTH SWIMMING
Reisration -
is: under way
Columbia Swim Team,
now part of Gator Swim
Club out of"Gainesville,
has swim team
Sregistrationatt the
Columbia Aquiatic
Complex weekdays from
4-5:30 p.m. Bring a c~opy`
pf your child's birth

Fr eptals call Sherlri

;; :OeRT WHWE FpOTFBAU.
-Qlback Club will
Meet April 13
The For t White
SQuarterback Club has
a meeting planned for
6 p.m., April 13, in the
teacher's lounge at Fort'

president Scott Gilmer at
(386) 965-6938.
SSWIMMING



Lifeguard classes
.will be offered at the'
Columbia Aquatic

:.. .ay -1-1. 7 ticipant t
:must be at least 15 years
Sold and able to swim 500
Yards 'and~tread stater
Sfor two~ minutes. C~st is
$120.
SFo~r details, call Drew
Sloan -at 623-4164.
CHS BASKETBAU.
::Summer camp
offered inr June
Columbia High~ coach
:'Trey' Hosiord has the
CHS Basketball Camp
: planned for 9 a.m. to
noon, June 8-10, at the
CHS gym. The camp is
for boys ages 6-13. Cost
of $60includes a camp
ST-shirt and a basketball.
Registration is at Brian's
Sports.
For details, call'
Hosford at 755-8080,
:~:Ext. 255.

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SMonday '
M :'.Columbia .High
baseball vs. Whitewater'
High at Tate High,
1:45 p.m.
M Fort White High
baseball vs. Suwannee
High, 6 p.m.
Tuesday
:3 ,Columbia High
,weightlifting in sectional
met~at Pgaka Hgh,

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County Higti, 6 p.m. .
Wednesday-
~ C'olirmbia Hig~i
baseball /' vs.' Central
Private Scholol .at .Tate
High, 4:3'0 p.m ,
"Thursday
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188.298.
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28. (2) Kurt BuscH, Dodge, 187.95.
29. (7) kobby' Gordon, Toyo
187.898.
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187.833-
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187.682.
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187.487.
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187.305.
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Chicago at Columbus. 5 p.m.
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San Jose at Anahdim, 8 p.m. .
Colorado at Vancouver,.10O p.m.
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Ottawa at Mcntreal, 7:30 p.m.
Los Angeler at Calgary, 9:30 p.m.

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Houston at D.C United' (n)
:Colorado at Los Angeles (n)
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;then batted her in :for the
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Burton again reached off
a single, and stole second
in the third inning, but this
time Payton Sund drove her
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' 'stole second. She was then
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homee by Hill. Williams later
knocked~d in Hill, on a single.
: Hill got thie start and
pitchedhd two innings before
:giving way to Keene in the
third, ~whoi pitched the final
five innings.
l"The biases were loaded
in the: final inning, but we
were able to force the girl
'out ~to pick up the wrin,"
Columbhia coach Jinuny
Willidmns said.
: "The, defense really
stepped up at the end. He're
turning into a well rounded
team."
..The games mriar~ked the
end of the regular sea-
son for the Lady Tigers,~
which finished with a 17-6
record after their second
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bou ce ba k afe ~o
on Monday," W~Tilliams said.
'WNe finished the season
on a good note before the
break. I'm looking forward
to the district tournamentt"


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next week and a couple of
guys are getting hot with
the liat.
"It is, just an all-around
team effort and just what
we need right now."
Columbia (10-4, 8-2) is
p laying in the prestigious
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and Centennial High of
Franklin, Tenn., at 6 p.m. on
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Cheek &~ Scott
Drug Store values
care of customers;.

By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter. com

:z ,eRany ohn
the Cheek & Scott
Drug store in Lake
City, ansivering questions

their day .:
As the vice president
of pharmacyr operations
for the company -- who
handles the day-to day
operations for both the
Lake Citjr and Live Oak
pharmacies & Johns
strives to put a personal
touch on thie bitsiness
~with a intimate, friendly
approach to customers.
SIt's something he said
he learned froinfou~nder
Tom Cheel, and said he
believes it's what has set
the pharmTacy apart from
its competitors for ~the past
40o years..
Born and raised in
Suwannee County and
a graduate of Suwannee
SHigh School, Johns began
wnorkcn as a amay
Scott inl1996. Oftentimes,
he said he would reach .
out: to customers and offer
'vihatever assistance they
pould. Many of them would
have ndne of it they
weren't there for himi, but
for owner; Tom Cheek.
"I liked that, that


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JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Randy Johns, vice president of pharmacy operations for the Cheek & Scott DruB Store, explains to customer Carl Chatman
about how to properly take his medicatiori as well as the possible side effects.


pharmacy' in 2002.
But it wasn't that curt
and dry, he said --- upon
admittance, Johns' was
h ~irg inLvecObak winthbhis.
y;ou bgest at the time three-
w~eeks old. working two -
jobs and driving daily to
Tallahassee for classes.
"To do all of that and
never give up, and have'
that perseverance. I kn~owr
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S.~ their questions and they
"I get to have as much Interaction~ with felt comfortable wvith him."
patients as I want.And with all of the He said it soon became
positions out there. now, the taski of pretty clear to hirnt what
filling prescriptions is not a task that a h ie. Hanedenorldo withhs
pharmacist should be doing anymoree' North Florida Community _
Rand JohnsCollege and took his
vice president of pharmacy operations ;::phre-requsiechourse for
at Cheek & Scott Dlrug Storephraysooad
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relationship," Johris' said.` grandniothber. and he the pharmacy program at
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T~~he Chamber and~oi Wlim,
Lost another
good friend this
past week. Mr.
director emeritus of the
Chamber, passed away.
Saying that he was a
good man does not seem `
to be enough. He loved his
country and served in the
armed services for more
than 20 years. During that
time, he completed his
education and then set out
to teach: other-s. He was
honored for this when a
.building at Fort Pope was
named for him. Thiis came
about due to his leadership
in establishing the Airman
Leadership School.
foHe was also re~c ged
mental health wbhen
W~inianis Mignor was
named for him. The good
news was that he was able
to attend both dedications
andreeivte the accoladeS |
that he had earned. I am
sure that there are many
more like me who; felt
fortunate to know him and
to be able to call him a
not kniowr how God
d cdes bow oue padet
somreon'e tome~into each
of our lives, but I know that~
I was blessed to have been
counted as a friend
to Louis.. ~"
ryson' Tohnson,. of the
Par-ks Johnson Agency.
wanted to demonstrate
that nt Herd~ei

stepped forward and
worked with the Chamber
to launch the $2 stimu~lus
plan. He wants to get the
wPord out thiat there are sd11l
good things going on in a
lot of areas. W~e are looking:
for ward to tracking the 82!
bills as they' go around the
community. If you are a
business and receive one
of the S2 bills, please let
us know at the Chamber, if
ou~ w-ill. Also, be surie and
give them out as change
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Randy Johns, the vice president of pharmacy operations for the Cheek & Scott IDrug store, prides himself on having a more
intimate and friendly relationship with his customers. That train of thought has propelled him to his- current position from his
first role as pharmacy technician in 1996.


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writh llf the positions
out there now, the task of
filling prescriptions is not
a task that a pharmacist
should be doing anymore.
I don't think thats the
~ direction I should be mn.
The company is more
about: taking care of the
customer, making sure
They know how to take ~
their medicine and wh~at
side effects to expect. My
Sjob is to educate them to
expect these things and
not just throw a bag 'of
. pills at them."


not, he said -- a person's
insui-ance co-pa'y remains
the same wherever they
go, he noted, and said
that in today's modern
era of insurance, the only
thing that separ-ates the
bigger retail stores from
the independent ones is
Customer service.
And that's something
he believes Cheek & Scott
excels in.
"I get to haive as much
interaction with pjatienits as
SI rant,"TJohirs said. "And


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so that we can see how
many times they circulate
through the community.
The community is
seeing a lot of interest and
request for information.
Many companies are
looking at the proper .
`timing to complete
expansions to be prepared
for the economic rebound.
They are looking at
locations, cost and timing
to be prepared with the
next step. .
The North Florida
Economic Development
Partnership is composed
of the 14 counties that
make up the Rural Area
: 'of Critical Economic
Concern. The counties
are working together
to develop two catalyst
industrial parks that will '
help jump-start additional
economic growth for the
region. One of those sites
is located east of the Lake
City Airport. The site is
undergoing due diligence
to insure that it meets the
requirements for serving


as a site; The IDA1 is
working with the state to
complete the necessary
studies required before the
park becomes a reality.
The Chamber was
pleased to work with Mr.
Huddleston and Columbia
High School on Career
Day at CHS this past
week. Business leaders
and school leaders.alike
believe it is important to
educate our high school
students on the career
opportunities that exist
locally. Both groups want
the students to realize
the education that is
required to obtain an entry
level position, along with
understanding the career
paths that exist once they
are in their chosen car-eel
field. A special thanks to
Nettles Sausage and Pepjsi
for sponsoring food and
drinks for the occasion.
Chris Dampier, Chamber
president-elect, and the
Business Enhancement
Committee worked on
making this a success.


CHS and the Chamber
plan to make this an
annual occurrence. The
Career Fair is intended to
make students aware of
opportunities at home, not
to serve as the job fair for
available jobs.
The Chamber will be
working to upgrade its
Web site. Upon completion,
the site should provide
additional information and
tools for our membership,
and those looking for
information about our
community.
The Chamber is pleased
to welcome the following
new members:
aUF Primary Care at
Lake City West,~ North
Florida Fence Company,
PBS&J, Silpada Designs
and The Rose Mary
Caterii~g Company.
For information about
the Chamber, you may
visit us in person at 162
S. Marion Ave, call us
at (386) 52-3690 or visit
our Web site at www.
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he said, crediting God for
the strength given to him
duringg that time.
He was promoted to
his role as vice president
of pharmacy operations
two years ago and wnas
instrumental in Cheek
& Scott opening its first-
ever Lake city pharmacy
'earlier this year. He
said the company h d
offers thought to open a
paimacna ur Lake Ctj "'
the company has run a
Lake City-based medical
equipment branch for
several years -- but found
the timing was never
right until the opening of
t:.Stonegate Plaza, where
the pharmacy and medical
equipment store are both
located.
Johns noted the biggest
challenge an independentt
~iharmacy faces is the 1
preconceived notion- that
their prices are higher .
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Rydzer NY 1.28 315 .49 +3.13+10-218.

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WalMart NY 1.09 53.80 +1.23 .+2.3 -40
WellsFargo NY 1.86 18.34 :+.75 +4.8 -44.8





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NCRCorp ... ... 7 -.50 -35.5 9.12
NYSEEurl.20 5.8 7~+1.54 -24.7 20.62
Nabors .:. ... 6 +1.35 +.6 12.04
NatGrid 3.00 7.6 ... +1.10 -21.9 39.42
NOilVarco ... ....~ 7 +1.15 +32.7 32.42
NatSemi .32 2.6 13+t1.48+t21.4 12.22
NYCmtyB1.00. 8.8 52 -.05 -5.1 11.35
NewellRub.20 2.7 4 -+.39 -25.4 7.30
NewmtM .40 .9 23 -1.76 +7,8 43.89
NiSource .92 9:1 35 +04 -7.8 -10.1%
NjobleCorp .16 .6 4 +129 +18.2 26.10
NokiaCp .52 4.0 ... +1.37 -15.6` 13.16
Nordstrm .64 3.3 11 +1.69 +46.4 19.48
NorflkSo 1.36 3.6 8 +2.57 -20.4 37.45
Nuicor~ 1.40 3.2 7 +3.16 -5.4 43.70
OcciPet .1.28 2.1, 7 +2.43 +.7 60.39
OfficeDpt ... ... ... +.33 -39.9 1.79
OilSvHT 3.60 1.8 ... +t3.66 +12.1 82.66
PG&E Cp 1,68 4.5 10 -1.62 -4.0 37.18
PNC .40 1.1 14 +5.48 -26.9 35.80
PeabdyE .24 .8 8 +2.65 +26.9 28.88
Penney .80 3.5 9 +1.57 +17.1~ 28,06
PepsiCo 1.70 3.2 16 +.30 -3.8 52.69
PetroC g .80 ... +.98 +33.5. 29.22
Petrobawk ..... ... +1.72 +40.1 21.89
PetrbrsA s .95 3.4 '...' +1.96. +35.8 27.71.
Petrobrss .95 2,.7 4 +2.70 +43.3 35.10
Pfizer. ~1.28 ;9.4 i 1""-.49 -23.5 13.55
~hilipMdr 2i,16 "6.b; i:-1.98 -16.8' 36.'L0
Plumbrk t68 .518 ~2+69 -11 ? '30.76
~Potash j.4d .6 '8 9.00 +171 85:71
PrinFndl .45 4.3. 5 +.23 -53.3 10.53
PrUShS&P15.64 6.0 ... -5.07 -1.2 70.19
ProUltDow .68 2.6 ... +1.46 --18.8' 25.93
PrUIShDowl9.98 ..5 ... -4.07 +5.3 58.38
ProUltQQQ .03 .1 ... +2.80 +13.9 30.62
PrUShQQQ9g.80 .7 ... -4.71 -26.1 42.36
ProURSP .45 2.0 ... +1.30 -15.8 .22.12
ProUSL20n.1) ... ...(+.8@ +20.4 45.43
ProUShtRE5.08 1.3 ...-16.56 -24.9 38.10.
ProUSh0G8.10 8.1 ... -1.71 -10.3 22.46
ProUShtFn .35 .4 ... -14.04 -21.4 80.95
:ProUltRE .68 21.1' ... +.78 49.5 3.23
ProUlt0&G:.10 .4 ...+1.46 -13.5 25.00
ProUltFin .21 6.8 ... +.'32 -48.8. 3.0g
ProUBasM .38 2.6 ... +1.51 +2.0 14.62
ProUltR2K .15 .9` ... +1.77 -20.3 15.87
ProUltCrude... ,.. ... -.07 -80.9 9.46
ProgsviCp ...~ ... ..,. +.30 -7.3 13.73
ProLogis 1.00 12.4 ~... +2.10 -42.0 8.05
Prudentl .58 2.4 ... +1.66 -21.2 23.84
PubStig 220 3.5 15 +7.97 -21.9 62.11
PulteH ,... +.14 +5.6 11.54
QwestCm .32 8.2 10 +.05 +7.4 3.91
Raytheon 1.24 3.2 10 -.62 -24.6 38.47

R H~kT 4.9 8. ,. 25 2.'46
RegionsFn .40 8.8 ... +.24 -42.7 4.56
ReliantEh ...,., +.4T -33:0 3.87
RetailHT 1.26 1.6 ... +2.94 +3.8 T/.96
RiteAid h ... ... +.05 +48.4' .46
Rowan ... ... 4 +.49 -13.9 13.69
SLGreen .1.50 11.3 2 +.98 -48.8~ 13.27
SLM Op .,.. ...... +.88 -39.9 5.35
SpdrGold ... ... ... -3.10 +1.2 87.59
SpdrHome .37 3.2 ... +,16 -2.9 11.63
SpdrKbwBk1.11 7.3 ... +.76 -30.6 15.28
SpdrRetl .51 2.1 :.. +1.28 +21.6 24.76
SaraLee .44 5.2< ,. +.21 -13.6 .8:46
SchergPI .26 1.1 24 -.65 +38.2 '23.54
Schlmbrg .84. 1.9 10 +1.55 +6.5 45.07
SemiHTr .49 2.5 .. +63 +13.6 20.00
SiderNac .97 5.7 ... +2.09 +32.4 16.96
SilvWhtng ..... .... -.47 +23.7 8.03
SimonProp3.60 8.7 22 +7.65 -22.3 41.30
Smithlnti .48 2.0 7 +.78 +6.4 24.36
SouthnCol1.68 5.4 14 +.51 -16.0 31.08
SthnCopps1.59 8.4 12 +c.34 +18.0 18.95
SwstAirl .02 .3 27 +.63 -`20.4 6.86


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AESCorp ... .... 3 +.11-23.9. 6.27
AFLAC 1.12 5.'3 8'+1.24 -54.1 21.05
AK Steel .20 2.2 ?... +1.28 '-.8. 9.25
AMB Pr .12 6.3 ... +3.82, -23.7 !17.86
AMR :. .:.'. ..*.8 -64.9 375
AT&That 164 6.1 12 +8 .,63
AbtLab 1.60' .3.6' 14-.;2.48 -i7.3~ 4412
Aedenture.5 1.8o.~s 10 *N-i45' 2804
AMD .. .,.. 06 t58 8 3 43
Aetna': :04 .2 ;9 -37 -153 2.11p)
Alcatel~uc ... ... ... +1.3 +F:9' 2.17
Alcoa ".12 1.5- ... +.37 -27.4' 8.17
Allstate .80 3.8 ... +.86 -35.1 21.26
Alfria 1.28 7.9 7 -.40 +7.3 16.16
AllibacF ... ... ... +.09 -30.8 :90
A~iovilL .50 1.6 ,...+3.18 -.3 30.91
.AEagleOut .40 3.1 15 +.24 +39.7 13.08
AEP 1..64 6.2 8 +,03 -21.0 26.30
AmExp .72 4.7 7 +1.06 -17.4 15.33
Amintli~p .. +.12 -27.4 1.14
AmTower ... 41 +2.38 +17.3 34.39
Anadarko .38 .8 6 +2.46 +12.8 43.47
AnalogDev.89 3.9 14~ +.65 +8.5 20.63
Antialy .2.10 14.5 ~20 '+:88 -81.6 14.50
Aon Corpj .60 1.5' 8 :L. -112.4 ,40:00
Apache. .60 .9 33 +2.03 :-8.8 68.00
SAptiny 2.40 37.4 +.96 -44.5 6.41
ArcelorMit 75 2.9 ,,,+4 5 +3.9 15,5&
ArchCoal 36~ 24. 6 +,ii -8.7 14.88
ArchDan 56 1 9 7 4~ 47.2 28.90
ATMOS 1.32 17 11 45 i2.2 '23.1'7
BB&TCp 1.88 10.4 7' +.39 -33.9 18.16
BHP BilLt 1.64 3.3 ;.. +3.40+1'5.0 49.34
; BJ Sves .20 1.8 ;6 +.69 -6.2 10.95
BakrHu .60 1.9 6 +.19 -1.8 31.50
BcoBrad s .53 4.7 ... +1.18+15.1 11.36
` BkofAm .04 .5 14 +.26 -46.0 '.60
BkAmpfL72.50 15.4' ...+60.63 -27.9 470.00
BkNYMel .96 3.3 24 +.97 +2.4 29.00
Barclay .85 7.8 ..;+1.01+11.2 ~10.90
BarrickG .40 1.3 34 -1.76 -17.2 :30.43
Baxter 1.04 2.1 15 -1.88 -9.3 48.61 ~
BestBuy .56 1.4 17 +2.22 +43.9 40.26
BlockHIR .60: 3.4 25 +.48 -21.7 17.80
Boeing 1.68 4.5 10 +.16 -11.7 37.69
BostProp~ 2.72 6.5 40 +7.15 -24.2 41.69
BostonSci +.19 +8.4 .8.39
Brandyw .40 11.9 8 '+.71 -54:8 3.39
BrM~Sq '1,24 6.1 8 -.18 -13.2 20.17
BrkfldPrp .56 8.3 8 +.80 -13.2 6.71
BurlNSF '1.80 2.4 if +4.55 -12.1 66.52
CBREllis ,.. ... 13 +.T/ +16.2 5.01
CBS B. !40 4.1 ... 424 -40.8 :4.85
-!CIGNA .04 .218 +.44 +8.8 18.34
CITGp ..08 2.3 ... +.43 -22.9 3.50
CS Eng 1.0 9 + 004 -9' .4
CVS Care .31 1.1 13 +.19 -.0l. 28.45
SCameron ... ... 9 +.20 +14.7 23.52.
CapOne .20 1.4 ... -.41 -6.7 '13.82
:.CapitiSrce .04 2.1 ... +.50 -58,9 ~1.90
CarMax ...' ... 47 -1.15 +53.7 12.11
Carnival ... ... 9 +3.35 ~+4.9 25.52
Caterpillar 1.68 5.2 6 +1.80 -28.0 32.15
Cemex .84 11.2 3 +1.04 -18.3 7.47
Centex ... ... .:. -.69 -20.6 8.45
ChesEng .30 1.5 31 +1.69. +23.4 19.95
'Chevron 2.60 3.7 6 +1.58 -4.7 70.48
Chicos ,.. +1.25 +55.3 6.49
Chubb .j40 3.3 9 +1.40 -15.6 43.03
Citigrp: .04~ 1.4 ... 1+.23 -57.5 2.85
CliffsNRss .351.7- 4 +2.15 -10.2 20.69
Coach .. 9 41.17 -10.2 18.65
CocaCE .28 2:0~ ... +.86 +17.1 14.09
:cocaCI 1.64 3.6 18 -.13 -.ih 44.97
~Coeur h ...~ ... ... +.20 +27.3 1.12
ColBgp .. ,..: +.06-52.7~ .98
CVRD .54 3.5.,...+1.26+i28.7 15.34
CVRDpf .56 4.2 ...+1.23 +24.5 13.26


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GrtBasGg 47398 1.26 -.04


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Declined 248
New Hihs '12
New Lows 18
Totalissues 742
Unchanged 55
Volume 558,026,183


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Conolog rs 2.00 -.75 -27.3
ML Sn enOS 5.90 -1.94 -24.7
NeuragesX 2.65 -.80 ~-23.2
AcordaTh 19.69 -5.42 -21.6
Alkerm 9.49 -2E.1 -216
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Oracle 190:56 1 9 .1 28
SunMlcro 1862718 849 .ss
RschMotn 1724i71 59.N9.15 28
Delllnc 16686-'7 10 2 37
Comcast 1309072 14501 -04


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Declined 829
New Highs 41
New Laws 69
Totallssues : 3,041
Unchanged .85
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LoserS ($2 or mr)
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G~t-42.46 -1.44 -369
Gnt41' 2.40 1.40 -36.8
GMdb32A 2.98-1.62 -35.2


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Citir 18915281 2.85 +.23
SPR16682309 84.26 +2.65
DirxFinBulll4043984 7.20 +.86
SPDR Fncl10238273 9.69 +.55
WellsFargo7815162 16.84 +.75
GenElec 6656923 10.94 +.18
ProUltFin 6058476 3.09 +.32.
AmlntlGp 5468167 1.14 +,12
JPMorgCh5041508 29.28+1.93


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Ilew Hights 15
New Lows 34
Totalissues 3,231
Unchanged 37
Volume 30790484


Total Assets
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Tolal ReturnRank Pdt Min Init
NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt


83,403 10.09
46,327 38.70
45,785 20.73
41,467 43.93
38,457 25.00
37,505 20.49
37,121 12.18
35,815 19.94
34,504 77.57
304334 19.36
29,121 T/.07
27,086 27.38
25,319 67.17
23,646 ~10.09
22,967 13.18
22,602 10.54
22,519 20.33
2~2,370 18.51
21,223 23.21
20,643 24.52
20,322 50.14
20,046 77.57
19,45) ;1.56
19,429 21.04
.17,298 20.50
17,229 48.19
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ConAgra .76 4.4 8 +.15 +3.6 17.10
ConocPhill.88 4.4 ,...+2.03-18.2 ~42,36
Conseco .+.64 -73.9 1.j45 .
ConsolEngy .40O 1.4 12 +.02 -1.1 28.27
ConEd 2.36. 6.0 9 +.87 +.8 39.25
ConsiellErl' .96~ 4.2 .:.+1.99 '-9;9 22.61
CIl~rB '... ... ... F.56 -43.1 10.27
Coming .20 1.3 5 +2.40+~67.5~ 15.96
Covidien 16.2.0 ..s -2.66 -13,7 31.27
CypSemls... ... +.51 t61.5. 7.i22
DCT Indl .32 :8.1 66 +.92 -22.1 3.94
DJIADiam2.96 3.7 ... +2.35 -8.4 80.~16
DR Horton .15 1.3 .... +.72 +43.1 ~11.53
DTE 2.12 7.4 9 + 27 -20.0 28.54
Deere 1.12 3.0 9 +2.23 -2.7 37.30
DentaAir. ... ... ... +.60 42.1 6.64
DenburyR ... ... 11 +1.43 +56.0 17.03
DevelDiv .80 29.5 ... +.55 -44.5 2.71
DevonE ..64 1.3 ... +4.06 -24.0 49.95
DirxFinBull .07 .. .86 -71.7 7.20
DirxFinBear ... ... ... -4.35 -56.3 15.60
DirxSCsear-... ... ... -8.85 -11.3 39.62
DirxSCBull.07, ... ...+3.34 -35.6 21.94
DirxLCBear ... i ... ... -6.48 -10.4 52.31
DirxLCBull ~.15 ... +2.44 -25.9` 26.97
Dirxi-fBull .07 ... ... +2.06 -27.8 28.15
Discover .08 1.2 3 -.03 .-29.2 6.75
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Legal
NOTICE OF INTENT' BY THE


Legal
of the Superintendent of Schools,
S372 W. Duval St., L~ake City, FL, be-
tween the~ hours of ~8:00 a.m. and
4:00 p.m. Monday Friday. Eco-
nomic impact statements, where ap
plicable, are on file in the Office of
Sthe Superinltendent at the above list-
ed adre~Ss.
D.4TED TH-IS 2-ITH D) x OF
SCHOOL BOARKD OF COLliMBIA \
;BY
SGlenn Hunter, Chairman
M ca F. Millikin,
~Superintendent ,
04530623
April 5, 2009


10 Oopportunities
04530563
GOVT JOBS HS
.grads ages 17-34.
Emnancial security, great
benefits, paid training,
30 days vacat'ionlyr, trilvel.
1Call Mod.- Fi. (800)342-8123


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10 Oopportunities


ADVENT CHRISTIAN -
VILLAGE
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call 658-5627
or visit www.acvillape~net
24 hts/day, 7 days/week '


04530717
S100 WORKERS. -
Assemble crafts, wood items,
sewing. Materials provided. To
$480+wk. Free information
24hr. 801-428-4893
29 Serious people wanted to work
S'from home with a computer. ~
$550-~ 5150:1,.mo PT/FT ~Free inf:!
www.income2profits.com
i ATerrific Opportunity
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company
$100,000+ Earning Potential,
Benefits, Pension, 401K & BCBS
SInsurance for,those who qualify!
'Call 1-800-257-5500 .


SCHOOL BOARD OF COLUMBIA
COUNTY TO ADOPT RULE AND


Asphalt & pvn
ASPHALT WORK
:Drivewayls parking lots,
patchwrork. Sire Pr~p
135'1'31-1977

Seitrsice5

REE CLEA~NUP.
P; ick .up imwanted metals, tin,
scrap vehicles, lawn mowers &
more. ~386-755-0133 We Recycle.
General Mechanics Services ;
26 yrs. experience-
SAll types of outdoor equipment &
automotive. Call (386)867-6295

Lgmd Services

Back Hoe. Dozer. Chopping. root
rakmy, bush ho~g. -eeding, sod.
disking. sine pre~p. ponds &
irrigallon. Free Est! 386-623-3200

GRO`)UND CONTROL ,
Bush Hogging. discitig;finish
mowing. FRE ESTIMATES
Call 386-945-6343


020 Lost &Found

SLOSVT: Pwer Nzl r Ti
ofoGrS dnwdve ~Fearlane &94M r-
REWARD: I ost Miniture
Schnauser. Male. Silver, sslr &
pepper. Missing 03 30r around
136A-LIve2 Oak1. Rlverbend area
386-362-75,04.


.JL17 Opportunities
$8.00 per hour.
The Hair Shope
St lsts Positin (38 p7p52-1860
04530532
COMPANY DRIVERS
Lake Ct emnal
OTR FLATBED DIVISION
MUST HAVE RECENT
EXPERIENCE HAULING
SSTEEL AND BE ABLE TO
V'EREFI Y MINIMUM OF 2
YkEALRs, CLASS A, DRIVINjG
SIN THE LAST 3 YEARS WITH
A MOTOR CARRIER
GREAT PAY and BENEFIT
CALLU TDAIY
866-396-8074
www.evanstrulckina.com


Non-Captive' Insurance Sales -
car er tla offes urlmie wann
potential? Please visit www.Colo-
nialCareerOpportunity.com to
register for an upcoming
Opportunity eminaror
`call Andre~a Browning at
(888)478-8882
PART TIME evbnitig cleanertre-
quired for Lake City, 5 nights per
.week. Experience preferred.
Fax CV to 386-362-6822
SEWING MACHINE
Operator.Experienced,
Good hourly wage,
Hafner's 755-6481

1 Medical
1 0 Employment
04530719
Homecare Agency needs
experienced CNA's and LPN's
for visits in Lake City
gnd Branford areas.
SCall (3861:55-1544. Top pay
and mileage reimbursement.

L#N or RN needed P/T
S3PM-11PM Lake City Cluster
ICF for Developmentally
Disabled Persons.
673 NW Cluster Drive,
386-755-6104
EEO/M/F/D/V


obsomel

Bg01( Or l
(ladies wear factory outlet)
LAKE CITY MALI
is looking for
MANAGER
Days, nights, and weekends.
Flexible holirs a necessity.
competitivee wages, discount
EOE. To apply e-mail to
csr(iabonworth.com Or ciill
877-472-1537 ext305.
Leave msg forPaulette
Retirees are encouraged to apply


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4 lines, one month .. . ... .. .. .. .. .90.20
$10.80 each additional line
Includes an additional $1.55 per ad for each
Wednesday insertion.





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published, nor for any general, special or consequential
damages. Advertising language must comply wiith Federal,
State or local laws regarding the prohibition of discrimina-
tion in employment, housing and public accommodations.
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I Prnut and Onkine

wwwvlakreeityreporter.omn


neuiu I 2. erac t loe onj 5. tccres n b ,lyrenio ed,
cess to ae country s ti~ng. MLS# 69850 $249,888


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SET PUBLIC HEARING
The Schbol Board of Columbia
County will hold a public hearing on
Tu~esdayi, Maf~ 12, 2009, .
at 7:00 p.ni... at -the School;.Board
.4dnmunitrative Complet. -372 West
Duval Streer LaL'e Cin .Flanda. on
proposed aimendlmenls to rules, regu-
Ilanon s nd pricedulres for the opers-
non of the Columbia Counl\ School
Sy stem, The pubbc s mL ~ned ro al-
mein "nl ncpae ts.
Persons with diisabilities who require
assistance to participate in the public
hearing are requested to -notify the
Office of the Stiperintendent at 755-
8000 at least 48' hours in advance so
that ~their needs can be accommiodat-
ed.
TITE: .
Plcyfo6. 2d inYexati o eSc tDe
tional Personnel
PURPOSE AND EFFECT
Arnend to gile\CrednLI for pnor iers-
ice and leadlung expenen~c defin~d
as a1 ruilume msnio~rlr n alh majonr


TITLE Pobel\ 6.'16 De~fered Re-
uremenr OpunonProgram IDROP~s,
PURPOSE AND EFFECT:
Amend as of Jily 1, 2009,. to no lon-
ger allow extension of DROP be-
yond initial five (5) years, and for
FRS and TRS retirees reemployed by
the District to be placed at entry lev-
el on approved salary schedule. .
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY:
101.1 100t4.s42; 12LO091; 1012.33

.oi 6.37 Ppessional Ethics
(New) Pof
PURPOSE AND EFFECT:
'Policy ie~ttired biy Ethics in Educa
tion Act
TITL~i \ :
Pdlicy 6.39 -- itepoit of Mlisconduct
(New). '
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: Policy
required by Ethics ini EducationiAct

.A complete text of the prop~jsed
amended niles, regulations and pro-
cedures can b~e obtained at the Office


ur;yuu DJ I~u lur~:t coJI :Needed Wai~ehouse Eminloyee;
.PT LPTA-LTC Setting Must hate owrn tralnsp~ort man 1. ~
.- ~~Jo:b, Required to. do ph\l~ld Labor~
SFlorida licensed;PIA needed to Silli i nd po"'this drfi e comlpan! Cargo
PT, position in LTC and O/P set- Van to pickup products and deliver
tings. Must be skilled in all forms to warehouse. 9-12 per hour
of PT; experience with geriatric depending on experience..
population strongly, desired; strong Need not apply if you are
customer service skills required. NOT hardworking.Please call
904-206-2876 and leave voicemail
PT Housekeeping Staff if no answer.


PT position in long-term care set-
~igivfolr tdni~s xS doma od
institutional custodial work, in-
cluding carpets, strongly desired.
Reliablbe transportation, willing to
work `flexible schedule (including
weekendss, and ability to work ill a
team setting with hiealthcare staff,
residents and visitors required. -
.' Onsite daycare and fitness facili-
ties available. Apply in person at
.Personnel Office Monday through
Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00
. p.m., or fax re:fsume/credentials to
(386)658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace/Criminal background
checks required.


for genral autNImotive
maintenance for small company
Call 755-6481


The Columbia County Sheriff's
.Office is accepting applications for
the following positions:

Deputy Sheriff ~
Detention Office
Clerical

A plications 'will be .accepted
through Thurisday, April 9. 2000 c
All applicants must have~ a high
school diploma or its equivalent.
All Deputies aud iDetention Offi-
cers must be Florida State Certi-
fied. The C.C.S.O. is an EEO Em-
ployer. Applications may be' ob-
tained at the Columbia County
.Sheriff's Office Operations Center
at 4917 East U.S. Hwy 90 or on-
lIme at www.columbiasheriff.com


Mystery Shoppers earn up to
.;$100 per day. Under cover shop-
pcrj. needed to1 ludge retail & -
dining establishmentsj Expenience
NOT teq'd. Calll- 888-di97-6576.
SPERSON OR party to attend gun
shows mn FL and surrounding
states selling infg..line of gun
-cases, holsters, etc.
Hafner's 755-6481


Great subdivision, home has 1726s ft under roof and lar e
fenced yard. MLS# 70213 $128,888 Kim McLean 623- 083


Nice Like New 3/2. Completely remodeled. 3000s ft+. New metal
roof, idnpaint, windows, doors, etc. MLS# 700 3 $139,888
Charles Regr386-984-0252


Large custom built 2673sqft under roof. Quality cherry wood
kitchen and attention to detail, large yard & pond in back of
property. MLS#70214 $208,888 Ben Ellis 867-4992


Fbulolus 4/ bhrice, 2 4st, i ceiblye tpayo stebid
Ne ilng fas A MUST EE! MLS# 69747 $264,900


Custom built, 2 story colonial 5/4, 4500+sqft, gorgeous yard, 2
mas tr outehis & her ls tso u graded ktchn 0 w lxurious
Rob Edwards 965-0763.


LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2009

Lakre City Reporter




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" 2 ine 1.6 -ach add itio nal p ers na m e ca nd s toa l 6 r 0
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Unfurnished Apt.

$299 MOVES YOU IN
1BR APARTMENT
FREE RENTl
386-758-8029
$400 MOVES YOU IN!
2 BR apts. starting at $500
2 BR MH- 4475/mo. water includ-
ed. VISA/MC (386) 755-2423

















1/1 w/ office, New C uet AC,
great downtowri loc. $00/mo.
ref.req. + 1st, last & sec.
386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951


440 Miscellaneous
56" Phillips/Magnavox projection
TV w/without matching wooden-
console,great condition,
$600/OBO. Call Joe at 755-1758
~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
COMMERCIAL FREEZER,
umit, small.
$100 OBO
Call Joe at (386) 755-1758
4HAenIAPo SOOn iRn
Firkt $300.00
386-755-4751 or 965-5476
WEAP N DISPLAY case.
OLb ok -
$75e OBO .
Call Joe (386 755-1758

.520 Blsoalsorae
BOAT AND 2 trailers.
S$500 or best offer.,
SCall for details.
(386)-697-9946

63 ~btilyoe Hms
2 & 3 br
SMobileHomnes for Rent. $450-
S$650. monthly.
:(386)752-6422
2br/1ba, clean; & quiet,,trees,
large' !oC. o3 antals Tot6/ner Rd.
i or leave message if ro.answer. ~I
2 br-i~ba umits. Rent incl iater &
trash pick up. Cont enient location
1/2 mi east of downtown Lake
City 186,623-7547! 386-984-8448 a
CLEAN 2/2 S~W, private nice
acre, Lk Jeffrey/Moore Rd. :
vicinity $40mo $97009m e-in.

DWMH 3BR/2BAo n.4acres.
Suwannee County-
.$500mo. 1st. lat ida recurity
_386-963-.1157.
For Sale or Lease -IBr/.'Ba
'bh11H. 2000 Sqft.. on 5.5 Acres .
Large Shed. 5950/lo +
$950) Deposit. Call 38j6-867-41586


640 MobleHomes
$$$$ 1ST Time buyers program-
we have several programs to help
Ist time buyers plus government
assistance up to $8000.
Call Eric for Details 386-719-5560
04530571
SOnly $500-$1000 Down
With Your Land, '
PRESTIGE
HOME CENTERS
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City, FL 386-752-7751
1-800-355-9385

M 7&A Western Red Cedar
.Logged Homes Direct from
our Factory!
NO MIDDLE MAN!
100 Plans to choose.Fjrom!
NRESTIGE
HOME CENTERS
3973 Hivy 90 West, Lake ~
City, Florida. 386-752 7751
or.1-800-35'5-9385
04530573
G'ot Animals? Need Rookih?
S4br/3ba on 10.3 acres. 2006
32X76 Manufactured home
White Springs: area?
$169,995.()0 `
;PR ESTI;E '
H OME CBINTHIS
3973~ Hwy 90 Wle'st, Lakie
Ciatjr Fl,. 386-752-775.1
or 1-800-355-4385
3, br/2ba DW homne@ $250 mo .
$6K down. Plywood, appliances &
p,~r.~ omes $18k & u. Clean
Ma@ Hamilton. 386- 6p3-40(H)0
R A Reduced: $39.900 A *
-3br/~2ba Split plan. Gardeh tub
-w/whlrlpool, fpl. upgra3ded klt.
:apphl. ou mote 386-~4973179


640 Moble homes

j Land Equity A
Use you~r land w/equity to buy a
home w/no money down!
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560

NEW 3 Bedroom/2bath
taken to your property
for $25,900. -
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
DON'T BUY
any home until you
visit thclakecity.com.
Jared for details 386-719-5560
FOR SALE
4 ed/2bath w/Land
C Jflre @ 38 712 560

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

650 & L dom

S381R2BA MODULAR, 1/2 acre,
decks, drives, furniture & more.

others. Approx $600. mo. fixed.
Call Gary Hamilton 386-758-9824


1 Medical
10Employment ~

BAYA POINTE
Nursing & Rehabilitation
Center
has the following positions
available. This is an excellent
opportunity to join a progressive
company with an outstanding
reputation for care,
Director of Nursing
Well Motivated RN with strong
Nursing skills to lead our team.
Long term experience preferred.

LPN or 10nto spevs provided
care, assess treatment needs and
implement treatment orders.
Staff Developer/Scheddiler '
SLPN or RN to take charge.of .
in-seirvices, training, and schedule
nurses hours meeting federal
requirements:
RN & LPN
PRN positions now available.
To apply. please~fax your rsume
Sto 386-753-7337 or email to
administi-ator~5abavapointe:com.
EOE/DFWP


310 Pets &Supplies
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 doculmeniing 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
imsure, contact the local
office for mnfdrmation.
'PUBLISHER'S NOTE
a ct eimi 1o to b t les
weeks old and have a health
ve eiaian d cue ten ~ey
have mandatory shots arid 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.

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

402 4pli8i'8S
}\TIlRLPOOL WA4SHER.
RUrNS GREA~T 5150. ob~o
386-754~-929~5 or
984-0387


31S TEL~ com -
*Positive Attitude Various Schedulis, full ana part-hme
Dynamic Personality Benefts Package ;
Computer Ecpenlence Gasuarl Fun Worit hromnmen
1152 SW Business Point Drive Three raises In the first year! I~
Lake City, Florida 32025 on-line: www.sitel.comr
386-754-8JOB


S408 Furniture
BROYHILL; SOFA, 2 years old.
Beige, floral patterli, chair, RCA
TV 25" ,\\/rmote. Aill for $300
OBO. Call 75 >-' T37
ENTER TAN141ENT CENTER
Verl good condnorii, 47"- high,
'47"~lpng,!20" deep E~tra storage
o n side & bonocm )f50. 752-8887

.. :Recording: .


PHLEBOTOMY~ WORKSHOP.
Be certified after I day workshop.
hands-onl trainIing. Next class
~04/18/09, cost $?00. Call Express
Tra7ining@ 386jti-755-4-101
'. expreSStra~inmatera IceS.com
Want to ~beya CNA? Don't ~want to
wait? Express Training Services
of Gainesville is npw offe'ritig our,
gitiality CN;A exam Prep classes. :
;T iDay/Eve classes.c Class for I week.
Scertificanon test the next week
ii-:: .Class jize is limited Next class ~
041/13/09 Call 386-75i15-4-01' '
e\pre'istranmesers sces com


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NAM~E BRA\ND 50rnch
Steleu sion. W~orksj Grealr. Beautiful
plcrure w/lremote $700:. obo
386-754-9295 br 984-0387:


Pa er & H Ilth- 1e~rtiiate.


Wanted \\hole Junk CarS. Trucks
Vaiis. 5125 CASH' Talel needed
Free Pick~ip! Call 386-578.0260
After 5pm 386- 752-36-15


4~L30 Garig SaleS


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MINI DASHUND
P : uppy AK1C. Red.
-Female, $200.00
386-62:3-1720
PAIR OF COCKATERSS
2 nice large cages, all accesso
and food includd~d $'25 00 O
Call 386--166-8900


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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2009


DME BILLER experience .I
preferred'but not necessary. Seri: -
reply to Box 04067, C/O TIhe Lake
City Reporter, RO..Box 1709, .
Lake City, FL, 32056 .


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FULL TIME Billing Specialist
needed. Bi Ifig Panda co g ex ei
to 386-4'28-9231 atta. Tina


MIHs -1 Rent:
:.2br/1ba's from $450 & 3br/2ba's
orom ~55r! Lnr in. s, r eb, .

Mobile Home at H Ilton Springs
m Ft White. 5200O lo mose m.
$400. mo or $10 peOCcr\r wee. 386-
623-902 or -197-I17lsI
MTobile Homes foi rent in
White Springs. 2 and
3 bedrooms Constac
83 6 867-2337 or 397-1522


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fn., Sat., Sun 7 amP -7 .prn. I NI~CE; AREA-MTH. 3Br/'Bu.
ries Furniture, c~lothes, Liater skis 547 M':X~j o and 5250 See Water.
IBO logs of dthise. stuff Of 2C;: and ~_Staer &~ G;]arbaggin g'd rio Peis. _
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805 Lots forSale
RESTRICTED 1/2 Acre in
Lake Jeffrey area.
Priced to Sell at $27,900
386-752-5035 X2310
7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales, Inc


810 Home for Sale

$95,000 OREO
(O thas1 nal tE~niu sO f

432 S Brwn 3 6-72-503 or
386-697-1202

3OBr/Ba with 10plances built
www.due~ardconstructioni.com
or call 904-259-5008

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 listing@
800-366-9783 ext 7921
New IHome 3/2 Restricted SD
Many ugi ades Lake Jeffrey are L
~Only $219,000 on 1/2 acre
386-752-5035 X2410
7 days 7-7 A Bar sales, Inc.

82 Acreage~m &
10 Acres/Prime Location,
Already Clearerd Beautiful!
Call Jared 386-719-5560
Owner Financed
Half-acre to 10) acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Properties.
386-752-4339 www.1andnfl.com


830 commercia
Property
04530543

USR9 C1 8 AcrD $9 O .
/ 17000 sq. ft. Warehouse
$2,250. mo.
/ Office/retail 8000 sq ft.
$8.00 sq t.
Tom Eagle GRI
386-755-5110
Daniel Cmrnna Aornne Reantor


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


930 Motorcycles
'03 YAMAHA Banshee
Many u~p- de~s,$3,000.
N/A leave message.

940 Trucks

1993 FORD F-250 Super cab 3/4

doepe :bl, moo Aod ,e ifi
$3,000 Call 352-339-5158 .

950 cars for sale

Ak 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 $500!
for listingS
800-366-9813 ext A760


951 Reretonl
94 TERRY 29ft. travel trailer
Queen bed, bunks, CH/A, sleeps 8.
Excellent condition. $5,000 (386)
752-0370 day or 752-1365 nights.


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oe PT cruiser cony $8,990
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04 Mustang GT 50 M9
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09 Dodge Journey $15,990
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08 Pathfinder $ 16,990
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oa scion xe sis,8so
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SOUTHEAST A


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180 EasI I)MI( St
,ak C oi 3I5


$40MOVES YOU IN!!!!
1& 2Br. Apt. or MH
Water included. Visa/MC
386-755-2423

04530127
$499 Moves you- in!!!
FREE RENT
We Help You Mjove!!!
200 FREE Channels
NE 2 BR APTS.
Washer/IDryei- Hook-Ups
SECuIrnTAGpE v POOL
Call Today! 386-754-1800
Windsor Arms

2BR APT.
Downtown Location, Clean. .
$600 mo, plus Security.
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456
2Br/1.5Ba Duplex
CH/A, W/D hook up. Convenient
location. $650. plus security
386-758-9351 or 352-208-2421
2BR/2BA DUPLEX
for Rent.
$800. dep. $800.mo.
386-397-5288
A Great Deal.
$99 Sec dep/Redu d `Rents
2BR $50
S3BR $582
Windsong Apartments
Move in by 3/31 and get
One Month Free.
386-758-8455
Duplex for Rent: 5 mi. out
Branford Hwy. 2br/1ba w/
carport. $525/mo & $525 Dep.
No Pets! (386)752-7578
GORGEOUS Lake View

$525. mo.
386-344-2972
Large Deluxe Apts, 2 BR/1.5 to
2 BA, W of 75, Gar, W/p
book-up, from $650 + SD. (386) ~
S466-7391, 344-3715, or 965-0276


4BR/2BA w/sunroom, 1 ac,
big yard. Dishwasher & stove.
$1,100. mo. Deposit negotiable.
~386-758-9397 ,

Efficiency Apt. All utilities Incl.
2.5 mi from VA. Pets OK.
Monthly or weekly Rentals
(615)943-2825
NICE 1 br house with carport,
nolty droox, olnb nmok o pets'
778, $54somo. 386-454-1445
Rent with option to buy. 3br/2ba
house on 5 fenced acres. approx
386- 53s095 oA 29 23-642
RENTAL: 1206 S.W. McFarland
Ave., 3/2 $70() mo., $300 security
deposit. Ava18alble May 1st.

Very nice older home, 2br/2ba .
w/fenced yard, garage, huge Fl.
room. CHA, appli. Application,
credit check &1 lease req'd. 1st, last
& sec. $600/mo. (904)259-4126


/ 0 HomesorRet
3BR/2BA Energy Miser.
Porches, drivers. Close-in.
$900. mo. Neg. terms.
SCall Gary Hamilton. 386-758-9842


750 ornes~e OtaSI

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


** FOR LEASE ** '
Office/Medical Space
w/Improvements, West of I-75 at
Stonegate Celiter. 482sf, Perfect
loainwith maliy opportunities.
SScott Stewart 386-867-3498
Westfield Realty Group

V' WAREHOUSE/OFFICE
Space a alble L&L Co dercial
Call bonnie Young 352-258-0660
Office For Rent; 130 sqft; private
entrance; shared conf. room;
$200/mo plus tax & utilities
386-758,-9990 '
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
Plazd on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
~'$700/mo. plus tax.
Call Bob 386-752-9086


Your Individual Logo 0

For just pennies a day

Call today,

755-5440.


S31~01 US Hwy 90 west
Suite #101
Lake City, FL 32055
(386)752-6575
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'1Br Apt Foi Rent! Fully
Furnishedw/washer/dryer. All
SUtilities Pd. $750/Mo. + $300 Sec.
Dep. Near:VA. 386-961-0346
Cozy Cottage 1br/1ba S. Hwy. 41
$550/me.. + security. Includes all


PROFFESIONAL OFFICE
space for rent. Great location. off
90 W.. Rent $500 ;p.up based on
size and space needed. 758-8900
Retail Space .
Heavy traffic area
800 Sf. & ,1600 Sqft. .
'Call for' quotes 1-800-342-0135


, 770Condos For Rent


4br/3ba. New kitchen cabinets,
w/d hookups, bath upgrade, CII/A.
Call to see (352)505-926
0453073504530734
/163 SE Plant St. #100
2/1, 900 Sq. Ft., fresh paint &
new carpet, utility room,
ONLY $625/MO!

~Grandviiew
/1754 SW Grandview St.
.3/2 Duplex, 1200 Sq Ft, 1-Car
garage, washer/dryer ht/u,
ONLY $830/MO!

Countryside EstateS
/Two 3/2 homes to choose
from on 1/2-acre lots, eat-in
kitchen, laundry room,
ONLY $5/ O





I XRK BUSHER

1.5 aces. 3brlbeaAll n remod-

4le mHA e ad uh f es

Lake City (Five Point)
386-697-8893 or (305)962-2666
2 STORY 3 BR/2.5 BA Immacu-
late condition. S of Lake City on 8


309 SE Country Club 3or 4br/3ba.
Available now. .
$900/mo. $900 security
No Pets 386-438-8195
3BR/2BA 833 SW 11Ith Avenue,
CR 10, Wellborn, Fl. Garage,
$700. mo. 1st; last. & security.
386-397-0602
3BR/2BA brick house on Hwy 47
by CR 240. No pets, non-smoking
environment. $950/mo.
386-758-9067 or 386-344-7003
3BR/2BA Central AC, Big yard.
$950. mo .1lst, last &
security. 560 SE St. Johns St.
386-697-8893or (305)962-2666
3R2BA Hause 2 ergarge ,

$875 mo. No Pets. 1st, last &
deposit. 38di-867-1212
S3BR/2BA WATER
included. $550. mo with
$200 Security Deposit.
:::386-752-9898


805 tsfor sale

SUPSCALE 3/4, ac (MOL) with
2 o et ~osb d.C~a o SUK

Gary Hamiilton 386-758-9824 `
FSBO 3.54 acres 19ith well &
septic. 3 miles east of Ft. White.
Mobile Home OK. $500 Down
and $375. mo 386-752-4597

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housing act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex,
disability, familial status or nation-
al origin; or any intention to make
'such preference, limitation or
discrimiination." Familial statuS
includes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
dren under the age of 18. This
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To complamn.of disennuination call
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MC Lawn Care
Large or Small Yards
Mowing Edging Trimming
Weed & Bush Removal
General Lawn Mamntenance

Michiael Boyle Brent Strickland
386*288*9381 386*365*7043


Classified Department: 755-5440


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kitchen, large 1br/1ba, wood
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.SPRING SPECIAL
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S$550/mo. plus security"
Call Michelle 386-752-9626


720 Furnshe AptS.


utilitiese& satellite TV. Pets OK. OFFICES FOR RENT- 2,100 sq.ft.
13860758-2-308 oaiee setrup fo~r medlc sl use wih 9

.730 it ;nise ML#9 I liorrul 120

$450.- $850 mo 3br/2bil & Lie ak6aloo3Realy, Ic.


I --
267 SE Cedar Loop... 1405 NW Nash Rd... 121 SW Brandy Way,..
Country like setting in the city. 2/1.5 frame Reduced! Owner says bring all offers on 3/2 brick/vinyl home with lots of updated
home with 1080 sf. Close to all amenities this mint condition, newly remodeled 3/1.5 features. Split plan, two car 'garage iS
MLS#69581 CCB home on 1 acre. New everything inside, heated and cooled. Screened back patio is
bonus room could be 4th BR. MLS#68960 shaded by pecan trees. Situated on n acre


Licensed and Insured


Lic. # 000067


160 Emerson... 787 groadway... 8ul a monroe...
Well maintained, move in ready 3/2 brick 3/1.5 CCB home on .16 acre city residential A Imtle TLC and this could be "home
home on 1.1.2 acres. Owner Is motivated lot. 1842 sf. with fireplace, security system, sweet home". 2/2 brick home on a corner
and is priced to sell. MLS#70224 fenced yard and more! MLS#69994 lot. Screened back porch, fenced yard.
MLS#69897


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If your vehicle does not sell within those 10 days, for an additional $15 ypu can place your ad for
an additional 10 days. A picture will run everyday with a description of your vehicle. The price of
tI' he vehicle must be listed in the ad. Your ad must be prepaid with cash,,check or credit card. Just
include a snapshot or bring your vehicle by and ~we will take the, picture, for you. Private party only!
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199 FrdEsor Onkine
85K miles, 5 speed, new
tires, 25-30 mpg. Great o
little car, one owner. 1L W
$3,000
call I
386-466-0038 ce


Furnished 3br/2.5ba. Stainless 199ig2 Mustang LX
appliances, new cabinetry, tile 4 cyl, new tires, 5-spd,
floors. $1,200.mo. incl. water un exc,,, well cared for,
sewer, trash & cable 386-755-0753 new CD player, blue.
$2,200 OBO
790 vacation Rentals call
386-963-2271
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Control


pests in

..veggle


Garden

ow that
:. : I you have
I ~.I your spring
'vegetable
garden
;.planted, you can sit back
and relax until harvest. If
you have grown vegetables
beforeor, you are probably
smirking right now.And
you're thinking, "Sure; if
the weeds, critters and rain
' storms cooperate. there
might be a morsel left
to harvest." We all kn~ow


I of our labor, we proudly
acknowledge that every
so e msceand bedhot.
~'Pest problems are

to compete wvith insects
for the food in the garden.
There ~are many eldtural
pest management practices
that you can use in the
garden instead of reaching
for the pesticide. Try
some of these practices in
your garden this year and
you just may' enjoy; foiling
those rascals without help
fr~om chemicals. There is
~satisfaction in fighting for
vour food, even if you have
: to resort to some backup
from the pesticide sprayer
now an-d then.
First, choose varieties
of plants that are resistant
:or tolerant to nematodes
'and diseases. The plant
tag or seed pack wiill have
thiat information. Make
sure that plants are clean
Sand free ~of insects and
dthm 1'ou h oud ri wease
in advance of planting and
~- '. try not to plant a particular
vegetable in the same spot
as it grew in last year. This
helps to keep soil pests
such as nematodes from
building up in that location.
Nematodes are
mlicroscopic rotuidworms
that are found in the soil
of any gar en. gome
feed on roots and plant
parts that are below the
ground. They intekfiere
with the plant's ability to
take in needed water and
nutrients. Unfortunatel-,
there are no chemical
controls for nematodes in
home gardens,19uiit there
are some cultural practices
that will help keep the
numbers down.
Adding organic matter
to the soil will reduce
nematode populations.
Organic matter also helps
the soil retain inoisture and
nutrients for better plant
`f' growth. Healthy plants
show a better resistance to
pest infestation. Organic
matter also attracts
beneficial insects that prey
.on nematodes. Some added .
materials also release gases
Sor chemicals that are toxic
to those pesky worms.
There are many insects
in the garden that we


Certainly don't want to
.hurt. They are our hero
bugs, hunting down' and
VEG;GIE continued ont 6D


Jon Lash, chairman of the Habitat for Humanity Building Committee, adjusts a few screws in the kitchen cabinets at a third house the
organization is building.



It S becoming a Habtat


L~cal: Habitat for Humanity chapter

: ears comletibriof third house


By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardisionS',akecrl reporter.c om
commnunity effort fro~m an army of
volunteers is bringing a never home to a
family~ in Lake City.
.The local chapter of Habitat for
AHumanity is on the brink of completing the
construction of a three-bedrooml, two-bath house at 938
IuV Fowvler Avle. anid it has a "Hammers and Hot Dogs"
party set to start at,9 a.m. on April l8.
Jon Lash, chairman of FAST FACTS
the Building Committee.
said this event recognizes
the sponsors, donors and The local Habitat for
volunteers who helped Humanity chapter includes
bring this house to fruition, the following officers and
Ground broke fo~r the directors: Chairperson
construction of this house Carl Fatzinger;Vice
on Oct. 1, 2008, Lash said. Chairperson Mike
IMembers of the Church Brecheen,Treasurer Jerry
of Latter-ddaySaints dug Sue Fatzinger Secretary
footers and laid forming Bill Cobb arid board
boards for the foundation. .ebr wgh ros

said. Professionals also Burnham, Bill Cobb; Jon
performed the work on the Lash, Pa~ul LeClair John
electric, plumbing, heating Melum, Mary Me~lurn Mike
and cooling systems, he Millikin and Abe Pallas
said.
.Framning for the house YO~U CAN HELP
was entirely by volunteers.
While volunteers have W To vo unteer, donate
had various degrees of orbcnsdedaa
exposure to construction .
jobS, Lash said, almost all of qualified recipient family,
them performed that work Please visit the Web site
on their own homes over www. flaccity.org
the years.
Members of a First' Presbyterian Church painted the
Tho Nrt Forida chapter of the American Society of
SCivil Engineers from Gainesville, Mlicanopy. Ocala and i
Jacksonville hung drywall in the house, Lash said. This'
was the second time those volunteers went to work in


HABITAT continued on 6D


Photos by JASON MATTHEW WALi(ER
ILake City Reporter


ABOVE: Gus Chandler (left) stabilizes a door frame-while
Russell Tyre nails it into place at the Habitat for Humanity
house' at 938 NW Fowlei'Ave.

RIGHT: The new three-bedroom, two-bathroom- home,
located at 938 NW Fowler Ave., is about 95 'percent
complete and is slated to be completed in two weeks.





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VIavS .arsanodpa eti Kathleen J.
Stephen C.. Davis, of Lake Great-grandparents are
City, anlnounces the birth of' Paul L and Gladys Atidrey
his son, Jaide~n Paul Daivis,. Wendel, of Lake City. Great-
on Jan. 4, 2009, in North great-grandparents are Ronald
Florida Regional Wolp~en's' and Nora .Sykes and the late
Center, in Gainesville. ArchieN N. Pettigrew, of West
He weighed 7 pounds, Palm Beach; Paul L.Wendel
4 ounces and measured Sr. and the late Reba N.


s.





LAKE CITY REPORTER LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2009


Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424


was open, by permit, to the
general public.
In 1972-73 in Tehran,
SIran, I enjoyed the library
at the British Council. The
collection was housed in
what` apparently had been
a large drawing room of an
old pre-Pahlavi mansion,
entered through enormous
wooden doors at the, street.
T~he atmosphere wais of
a cozy bookshop, with
'comfortable chx~b ch~airs.
Most of the books were
not new; the collection
leaned heavily toward
British fiction. But that
served to introduce me to
the full works of Waugh,
Forster, Chesterton and
Huxley, for which I am
grateful. There was a .
llbi-ary at the U.S. cultural
center, but it was located
far froml my home. So I
used the more convenient
one, where the charming
staff spoke in posh tones,
urging me to read authors
I had riever heard of....
Iris Murdoch, comes to
nund...and offering tea. I
recall also the excellent
frayed magazines on
British gardens, horses'
architecture, pubs, royalty'
history and theater.
There a followed a
period of fifteen years
when I did not visit any
foreign library, but in 1988,
I went to Taegu, Korea as
librarian at the American


to their profession,
providing information
and recreational reading
for ~their
patrons.
In 1966,
1 was a
student
at Sophia
University,
the .
Lindsay te~nerable .
Jesuit institution in
Tpkyo, Japan, whe~rC.
the library collection ': .
was largely in Japanese,
but there was a sizable
English collection. I avidly
explored the sections on
Japanese arts, in addition
to the reserve section
where I was supposed
to be reading Japanese
economic history. These
collections were not open
to the public at that.time.
When I made a brief ;risit
to Tokyo-in 1990, I found.
that Sophia~ had moved to
a huge modern campus in
a new location way out at
th edge of Tokyo,,with
a hiigh-tc2ilibrary that
allowed the'general public
to use-ity ~greatly enlarged
holdings. The original
campus housed where I
had studied was now only
the Jesuit seminary in the
familiar, beautiful, pre-
.war buildings, including a
small library, much of it in
Latin, .Greek, and Italian,
with no automation. But it


military dependents
school. It was the size of
three classrooms on the
second floor of the school,
which had an enrollment
of about four hundred,
kindergarten through
twelfth grade students.
The library was well-
stocked with the latest
books for American kids;
selection of materials was
done~ at a central offic8
in Tokyo, serving all the
American sc~hoo~ls in the:
Far East. Largely my
work was the pleasure
of meeting elementary
classes when they visited
the library once a week.
I had a marvelous time,
.reading. singing, and
dancing through lovely
children s books. All the

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pehrfore eby a one man,
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years ... the inestimable.
191. Y'u, to whom I ani
forever inde ~ted for two '
nieC edi ss.sNote:
Lindsay~ has visited
libraries internationally
for decades and will
contribute another column
in the future about other

iba a 1 sh an .'nt
professor at Lake City
Community College. He
can be reached at
lIndsayn Olake~citycc.'edu
or by calling (386) 4338.


By NOAH LINDSAY
Adjlqct LCCC' professor and
former director of the LCCC library
ne of the
:. fascinations
. ~of being a
librarian
Ohas been
2o observe the different
kinds of lib~raries,h1ere in :
the Un~ited States arid in
foreign countries where: 1 '
have had the opportunity .:
to travel.
During the past four
decades I have visited
Sand, in two cases, worked
in a dozen or more
libraries literally girdling
the planet, some very
small, some enormous
national collections. c
1Llost of these have been
dedicated to serving a
specific community of
Students or the general
public, but several have a -
narrow focus of preserving
~' historic ai-chives'with a
clientele of carefully vetted
researchers: They range .
from stunning modern
buildings designed as ,
libraries, to rather pathetic,
makeshift rooms stuck
away indlarge old edifices.
in one case, the priceless
collection was small, in a
carefully preserved room
filed with stiperb antiques,
and closed to all users. But
almost everywhere I found
the librarians dedicated ,..


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' for 7 p.m. Sunday, July
.4, 2010, at Palm Beach
:Gardens.
Jepsica is a 2009
graduate of St. 'Leo
grade wihnoors in
May 2006 from Lake City
Community College, where
she was Phi Theta Kappa
president.
Michael plans to gradu-
ate from the University of
Florida in May 2010, where
he is a member of the Florida
Leadership Academy.


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Star Ayers, of Lake City,
announces the engagement
of her daughter, Jessica
tLo~ne cay ofae Ct,
:Palm ~Beach' Garden~s, son
of P iricia Drolet, of Jupiter,
and Marlene and Steven .
Drolet, of Palm Beach
Gardens.
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daughter of Vint Ayers, of
Orange Park.
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1 Arnil jokes
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Ar Fo l's

petty and
W hil` moschildish,
you occasionally' stumble
across one that makes you
laugh out loud. There were
a couple this year, cour-tesy
of England's The Guardian
newspaper and Google.
The fist was The
Guardian's announcement
that itwouled imme itel ;

188-years-old newspaper
'and begin publishing
exclusively o~n Twitter, the
popular sodial networking
'' Web site, The new format
would see the newspaper
:: change its news articles ~
into brief text messages,
limited to 140 characters
each. In addition, the paper
Announced that it would
Sbegiin corivrerting all of ~
::; its archivies into Twiitter
format, such as: .
W; "JFK assassin8d @
Dallas, def. heard second
Gunshot from grassy knoll
WTF?," and
"OMG fist successful
transatlantic air flight wow,
pretty cool! Boring day
otherwise *sigh*"
SIt was a great joke that,
surprisingly,~ a number of
people actually fell for.
The other great joie
of the day belonged to
Google, which announced
a new Autopilot system
.for its Google Mail users, .
making its mail program.
the easiest that e-mail
could possibly be. "As ~
more :and more everyday .
communication takes
place over -e-mnail, lots of
peoPle have complained
about how hard it is
to read anti respond
'to every message," an
announcement on the
SGmail Web site said. "This
is because they actually
read and respond to all
.their messagess"
Using e-mail
conversations a user
has had in the past, the
Autopilot system creates
its own responsesto
received e-mail, ensuring
that you never have to
bother vrwith responding
1:to"l' thei gi.The n"

"o adut oe, "tyo /
emoticon use, capitalization
and' preferred punctuation
Sto mirror their own e-mail
style. For example, if you
received an e-mail like this,
. Dear Sir. I am Prince
Joe Eboh, Chairman of
the "Contract Award
Committee," and I am
writing with an opportunity.
We are a subsidiary of the
Nigerian....,"
The result using the
Autopilot system would be
something like this,
M Greetings Pr-ince
Eboh. It is an honor to
receive youi attentions;.
I will do everything in
my power,to aid you and
accept the $25 million.
Please find my bank
account numbers below,
as well as my SSN and
mother's maiden name.
Simply outstanding. I
can't wait to see how they
improve on this showing
next year.

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JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake~ City Reporter
John Stanford gazes' at a mannequin dressed to lookc like Cora Vinzant, a High Springs native who died in
'the Lake City-Cqiumbia County Historical Museum while attending the Lake City Institute. Some say Cora,
who died from yellow fever on Mi~ay 26~, 1892, haunts the museum to this very day.



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`Opening curtains in one .
room on the second floor of
the museuin at some time
between the night of March 26
and the morning of March 27
is among the less spectacular
feats agttributed to Cora.
.The ghost is given credit for
moving very heavy furniture
too.
Four people left the museum
at 9 p.m. on the Thursday
before the 2008 Quilt Walk, .
McAlhany said. They returned
at 8 a.m. on Friday. .
In those 11 hours, a
bookshelf with 300 books on
it soniehow had moved to ,
another room and was sitting
at a 45-degree angle, Karen
Cross said. She wvas among
those wh~o 'discovered it.
S"And there were no
scratches on the (wooden)
floor from it being moved,"
Cross daid, "until two of us
moved it back."
Jerry Horton said Cora gave
him a start a few weeks ago.
"I was shiowmvg a vies~tor this
display case,"~ Horton said.
"'This Bible here went in slow
motion and fell face down. It
wsas May Vinzan~t's Bible. She
lived here from 1881 until
198L: She died at the age of
102 or 103."
That Bible was sitting on
a carrier. similar to those
used for placing collectible
baseballs, so they will sjit on a
shelf. .
That same glass display case
offei-ed another opportunity
for Cora to exhibit a prank,
McAlhany said.
One clar, there were four
people sitting in the same
room as the display case, she
said. Its door four -times, with


a person having closed it each .
time. There was no person
talkingg on the outside porch,
'or making enough movenrient
in the room or the house to .
shake the floor
Mai-k Cro'ss, Karen's
husband, said he spoke
with a person who~ gave him
unsolicited input about Cora.
"I had a lady museumm
vrisitor) who said she is
sensitive to spirits. She told
me that:She saw a lady in blue
sitting there," he said as he
pointed toward the front dpor
of the museum.
M'cAlhany said there have
'beei ~only happy experiences t
: from Cora. ,-

good when I am here," she
said. ";I think Cora was a
youthful,person when she died,
and now she is still young. She
Sis jdst doing pranks."
SA worker with Florida Power
& Light once asked McAlhany
about~ the museum's second
story lights bemng left on.
"He said he saw lights
upstairs in the front bedroom...
Sin Cora's room," McAlhany
said. "W~e always check very
carefully- to make sure all the
lights are off."
And so, on those occasions
when the lights are on, btit '
everyone thinks that no one is
home at the museum, there are
some who say Cora is playing
tricks on people. -
The Lake City:Columb~ia
County Museum, 157 SE
Heriiando Ave. is open <
Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m.
and on Saturday from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. Admission is
free, although donations are
welcome.


By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter~com
At the start of
the last: week's
Quilt Walk, some
curtains appeared
Sto liave been moved
at the Lake City-Columbia
County Museum, 157 SE
Hernando Ave.Ti is;el-a s~t~i,

news, but it harkens back '
~to stories of a ghost mn the ,
house. Some past and present
muserim ~doceixts give credit
to such incidents to -a former .
resident of the house.
"Cora has been here,"
said Museum President Pat
McAlhany said as she pointed ~to
the curtains. She then told the
story of the museum's ghost.
Whether moving curtains,
plates or an extremely heavy
bookcase is supernatural or
just physics of an old structure
ean be debated until the' end of
time. ciiu
For some in iidalsh
however; these occurrences are
~the work of a particular spirit.
The ~majority. of lhe house
'where the museum sits today
was built mn the late 1870s,
IVMcAlhany said. There was
a young lady named Cora '
Vinzant who was frobm High
Sp~rings. She stayed with
family members in the house
while she attended Lake Cit7
Institute.
"The night before she was
to graduate," McAlhanyr said,
"Cora diedl from yellow feve6"
Vinz~int died on May 26, .
1892, according to an original
hand-carried announcement
of the day, which is at the
museum in a scrapbook.


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DO WLING PARK -
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Environmental
Protectiortis
Suwannee River
Wilderness Trail has opened
the sixth niver camp, for visitors
to enjoy.
Located less than ~a mile
down river from the Advent
Christian Village, Dowling
Park River Camp provides
overnight accommodations
for river travelers looking for
adventure, while enjoying
some of the comforts of
civilization.
"The opening of Dowling
Park River Camp signifies
yet another success in the
story of the Suwannee River
Wilderness Trail," said Mike
Bullock, director of Florida
Park Service. "This new river
hub will contribute to the
recreational experience and
the more than $33 million
economic' impact of the trail


platforms are designed to
not be an obstruction for the
natural flow of the river during
its 100-year flood stage.
Each sleeping platform
offers electricity, a spigot with
potable. water, picnic table
and fire ring for the ultimate
camping experience. Each
river camp also includes a
picnic pavilion with grills and
full service restroom facilities
with flush toilets and hot
showers.
Initiated in 2002, the
Suwannee River Wilderness
Trail is a partnership program
between DEP, the Suwannee
River Water Management
District and communities and
local businesses along the
river. Winding its way 173
miles from White Springs to
its confluence with the Gulf
of Mexico in the town of
Suwannee, the trail provides
visitors an opportunity to
navigate the world-famous
Suwannee River with
convenient rest stops located
at one-day intervals.


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cOURTESY PHOTo
Dowling Park River Camp sites
offer a screened-in sleeping
platform 14 fee off the ground.
Each unit offers electricity, a
spigot with potable water, picnic
table and fire ring for the ultimate
camping experience. Each camp
also offers a picnic pavilion with
grills and full service restroom
facilities.
and its connecting state parks."
Visitors to this unique
river camp can sleep among
the treetops in screened-in
sleeping pl'itforms. Built
14 feet off the ground, the


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Sunday,April 5, 2009


ENTERTAINMENT


FICTION
1. "Eclipse" by Stephenie Meyer (Little,
Brown Books for Young Readers)
2. "Breaking Dawn" by Stephenie Meyer
(Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)
3. "City O~f Glass" by Cassandra Clare
(Margaret K. McElderry)
4. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last
Straw" by Jeff Kinney (Amulet)
5. "Max" by James Patterson (Little,
Brown and Company)
6. "True Detectives" by Jonathan
Kellerman (Ballantine Books)
7. "Star Wars: Fate Of The Jedi:
Outcast" by Aaron AIlston (Del Rey)
8. "Fablehaven: Secrets Of The Dragon
Sanctuary" by Brandon Mull (Shadow

Cas "Hnted iP.C; Cast and Krisb oin


u1 New Moon" by Stephenie Meyer
(Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)
12. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" by Jeff
Kinney (Amulet)
13. "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer (Little,
Brown Books for Young Readers)
14. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick
Rules" by Jeff Kinney (Amulet Books)
15. "The Hiost" by Stephenie Meyer
(Little, Brown)

NOwNersCON
1. "Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative
Manifesto" by Mark R. Levin (Threshold
Editions)
2. "Act Like a L~dy, Think Like a Man:
What Meh Really Think About Love,
Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment"
by Steve Harvey (Amistad)
Ca wii Hh : D eteor's Not ook" IL
Young Readers)
4. "'Outliers: The Story of Success" by.
Malcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown)
5. "House of Cards" by William D. Cohan
(Doubleday)
6. "A Lion Called Christian: The True
.Story of the Remark~able Bond between
Two Friends and a Lion" by Anthony
Bourke, JQhn Rendall (Broadway)
~7.?"StrengthsFinder 2.0: A New and
Upgraded Edition of the Online Test from
Gallup's Now, Discover Your Strengths" by
Tomn Rath (Gallup Press)
8. "The Yankee Ye~ars" by Joe Torre and
Tom Verducci (Doubleday)
9. "The Last Lecture" by Randy Pausch,
Jeffrey Zaslow (Hyperion)
1.0. The Skinny: On Losing Weight
Without Being Hungry" by Louis J. Aronne

Mq1. "ot Ct f Z: Tal o eadly
Obsession in the Amazon" by David Grann
(Doubleday)
12. "The Secret" by Rhonda Byrne
.(Simon & Schuster)
i3. "Flat Belly Diet" by Liz Vaccariello
and Cynthia Sass (Rodale Books)
14. "Dungeons & Dragons Player's
Handbook 2" by Jeremy Crawford, Mike
Mearls, James Wyatt (Wizards of the
Coast)
15. "Who Moved My Cheese?" by
Spencer Johnson (G.P. Putnam's Sons)
The Wall Street Journal's list reflects
nationwide sales of hardcover books dur-
ing the week ended last Saturday at more
than 2,500 Barnes & Noble, B. Dalton,
Bookland, Books-a-Million, Books & Co.,
Bookstar, Bookstop, Borders, Brentano's,
Coles, Coopersmith, Dotibleday, Scribners
and Waldenbooks~stores, as well as sales
from online retailers Amazon.com and
barnesandnoble.com.


Dow~ling Park River Camp opens along

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Easter egg hunt '
scheduled at Post 57
SThe~ Sons of the Americ~an
SLegion have scheduled the
Annual Easter egg hunt to
start at 10 a.m. on April 11
at American Legio~n Post 57
on South U.S. Highway 41.
Eve~ryone is welcome. Age
Groups include 1-4 year olds,
5-8 year olds and 9-12 year
olds. Easter baskets will be
awarded. in each age group.
Hot dogs, chips and a drink
will; be served after ''the
hunt."

Easter egg. hunt s'et
for Annie Mattox Park
Columbia County
Recreation Department is .
l p~artn rin with te m~ine
Board of Directors arid Gold
Standard Masonic Lodge
167, H.A., ostpon or an
on APriil 11 in Annie Mattox
Park. Easter baskets will
b~e given to award winh~ers.
Raffle for medium, size
(20-inch bicycle). Also flag
football, egg spoon race, ~
tug-of-war, sack race; three-
legged race and jump-rope
competition. Lake City Fire
Department is scheduled to
Spring its Safety Trailer., The
public is invited.

Park to hosrt pine
needle basket workshop
Participants will learn -
how to make a pine needle
basket at the. Florida .
Department of Environmental
"roteption's Stephen Foster
Folk Culture Center State
SPark. The park is hosting a
.pine needle basket workshop
from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
April 11. Nancy Gildersleeve
is slated to teach the
traditional Florida art of .
transforming long leaf pines
into baskets by coiling and
stitching with raffia fibers.
The workshop fee is $15,
including park admission.
Prtic pnts should bring a
(36 9-920 o i
ww.s3 -hlen os eCO.o rg.

AARP to meet at -
Enrichment Center
The Lake City AARP
chapter is scheduled to meet
at 11 a.m. on April 11 in the
LifeStyle Enrichment Center,
628 SE Allison Court. "Senior


mtnioppa ent (386) 754-426
4. Rotary Club-Dourntown LCCC plans semi-annua
Kiwanis Club to-meet to meet at LifeStyle gaming night


t a Women
'
s Club


Florida Trail Association PrOState CaRCef
meets at district office support group to meet


Wednesday, April8 Rtrluome
Early Coalition~ Board at Elks Club
snal~ meetinb


LAKE CITY REPORTER LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2009


Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424


MTo submit your Community
Calendar item, contact Jeff
Hardison at 754-0426 or by
e-mail at ihadisn
lakecityreporter.com.


belong). VITA sites offer free
electronic filing (e-filing).
Contact Jenn Sawyer or
Tony Lee, VITA Coordinators,
at the United Way 752-5604.

Tuesday, April 14
Free pre-school
screenings` scheduled
SFree pre-school
screenings are available
Ifor children aged 3 to
S4 years and 6 months.
SScreenings are set for 10
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on April
14 at the Columbia County
SAdministrative Complex,
Building 2. All children will be
screened in hearing, vision,
motor skill development,
spech der npmseitr ted

in the Voluntary Pre-K, Head
Start or subsidized child care
programs may obtain details
at these screenings too.
Call Columbia County
Student Services at
(386)' 755-8050 or Jo Ann
L~aseter at (800) 227-0059.

SRWMD board to meet
at district office
PC The Suwannee River
Water Mnanagement District
is scheduled to meet at
9 a.m. on April 14 to conduct
public hearings ori regulatory
and land~acquisition matters..
A workshop will follow the
meeting. The public is
welcome to all meetings,
workshops and.hearings.
The SRWMD office is at U.S.
Highway 90 and Suwannee
County. Road 49.

Concert slated at
SFirst Presbyterian
The University of Florida
a'nd Florida State University
'Chorales are scheduled to
perform at.First Presbjytierian
Church, 697 SW Baya Dive.
The cto cert startsoate7r3 to

the public..


.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~grandchildrerr by calling :
'(386) 635-5619 or e-mailing john@johnstanford.com.


-ameangene~~dol.com. -

Pot luck dinner .
~.and dancing planned
SA pot luck dinner ardd
dancing happens frorr 7 to
10:30 p~m. every 1-riday in
'th4 Teen Town Community
Center, 533 N`W Desoto
St. The event is open to all
singles and married couples.
It is held in conjunction with -
Sthe Lake City Recreation
'Department. Call Maggie ~
Battle (386),961-9342, Jim
Eddy (904) 275-3662 or Tobe
Morrow (386) 961-0368.


Moments" is scheduled to .
entertain wvith music and
'song;;A covered dish lunch
,is stto .e 11h~ed fer ethe
older aie invited. Call Elsie
Holliday at (386) 752-3703.

Magic the Gathering
takes place at Legion
From noon to 6 p.rn.
each Saturday at American
:Legion. Post 57, on U.S.
Highway 41 South, Magic
the Gathering. League Play
occurrs. Everyone is invited.
Call (386) 365-8743.


requiring special assistance
Sis asked to contact Stacey ~
Nettles- at (386) 752-9770-

~ Lake City Newcomers
plans regular meeting ~
The~ regular monthly ~
meeting of~ thie Lake City
SNewvcomers is set for 11 a.m.
oo April, & at the Guangdong
Restaurant in the Lake '
City MaIl Don Giraves is .
the scheduled speaker.
His topic is "Ordinary
people, Extraordinary
Circumstances." He will be
accompanied by his dog
Hamptors. All members.
Guests and inlends are .
welcome. Luncheoh Is $10
al1 (3866) 935-9272 or

' Furn Day' elated' at
I lich'ardsonl Cen~ter .
the~ Junior Olympic Skills
Competition is~set to be from
-10 a.m. to noon on April 8
Sat Richardson Community
Center. All children may
participate in other activities,
.but only children aged 8-13
can compete in the skills
competition for basketball,
soccer, tennis, and track arid
field. There will be a hula-
hoop corites~t and other fun
activities. There is a free
Lunch of hot dogs, chiips and
drinks for all children who
come to the event. Call ~
(386) 754-7095.


fac it ted by Lf uCoach
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
City meets at noon every.
T eda at the W mns
C ub, 27 SE Heromnedno ve.
Call (38~6 365-8747, o
call Dennis Smith ~at
S(386) 365-8747.

Lions Club meets
Tuesday at Guangdong

meT LatkheeCty Lions iClub
Chinese Re taurant in the

Every Tuesday. .Call
752-2612 or (386) 497-3536.


Park to have
.Easter sunrise service
The Florida Department of
Envird'hmental Protection's
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
SCe~nter State Park will host
the 42nd Easter Sunrise
Serviced from 6:15 a.rn. to
8 a.m. on April 12 on the
lawn of the CarillorfTower
Visitors will celebrate the
Easter season with an
inspirational prograni of
songs and devotionals.
Area ministers, choirs and
Ssoloists will take part in the
annual event. Park gates
will open at 6:15 a.in, and
the event is free to all who
attend. Refreshments will be
served following the service.
For more information, call
(386 309r-3 tr te aorg
stepqhenfoster

Monday, Aipril 13


`Free wig styling for
.all cancer survivors is
sch'eudled for April 7 at Lake
City Community College
SCosmetology Saloh, in
Building 18. Survivor's are
asked to brihg their wigs for
:a trirr, a wash and a great
look. Please call 'for an


Lake City Community

'G mi i.N t wilb held
froml 4 to 10 p.m.on April
10 in the LCCC Libra y
Snacks and soft drinks will
be provided. Games include
Guitar Hero and Rock Band,
SNaruto, Xbox 360;: Wii, and
Dance Dance Revolutiol.
Children younger than 14
years must be accompanied
.by~ parents. Call 754-4337,

Fish fry to help
area homeless
Community Mercy Center
in conjunction with First
Assembly of God is holding
a fish fry each F'riday from
11 a.m. to 2 p~m. The cost
is $6. Dinner includes fried
fish, bake beans,, bush
puppies, cole slaw, grits arid
pound cake. It will deliver
to businesses buying five
or more dinners. Proceeds
from this sale goes to help
homeless people. The
church is at 1571 E. Duval
St. The phone number is
(386) 752-2195,

Farmers. Market
in Olustee Park
Fresh fruits, vegetables
and flowers are- being sold
at the Farmers' Market.
There is an assortment
of plants and homemade
crafts for sale there as well.
The Olustee Park Farmers
Market is held every Friday
from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. in
downtown Lake City. For
more information, contact
Cliff Neukam at his e-mail .


meets at 7:1'5 a.m. each
Wednesday, in the LifeStyle
Enrichment Center, 628 SE
Allison Cpurt,. Call 755-7969.

.ThuySday, April 9
Socks cover part ~
of cover charge
'Rock Your Socks Off"
is the name of an' event <
happening starting at 7 on
April' 9 at Marion Street
Cafe, 279 N Ma~rion Ave.
SBy bringing new packaged
.socks,' which will be donated
to United Way of Suwannee
Valley, participants will'pay
only $2 as a cover charge
rather than the full $5 cover.
Packaged socks can be
donated at any time at the
cafe~, which will pass them
on to the Uriited Way.


The Kiwanis Club of Lake
Cityr mneets at noon ~every
STuesday at the Wome~n's
Club, 257 SE" Hernando Ave.
Call (386) 365-8747, or
call Dennis Smith at
(3~86) 365-8747'

Iibus Chib; to meet
at Guangdong '
The Lake Cityi Lions Club
meets at-thie Gulangdong
.Chinese Restaurant in the
Lake City Mall at 7 p.m-
eer T~ue day. Ca 9-336

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


The Suwannee Chapter of
the Florida Trail Association
is scheduled to hold its
monthly meeting on from
7 to 9 p.m. ort April 13 at
the Suwannee River Water
Managemehnt District Office
ori U.S. Highway 90 and
Suwannee County Road 49,
two miles east of Live Oak.
The public is wel~come. The
program will feature Rudy
Howell, retired Florida Fish
and Wildlife Cobservation
Commission officer. Contact
Sylvia Dunnam (386)
362-3256, dunnams@
windstream~net, Donna Ellis,
386-362-6874.

Easter egg hunt
scheduled at Post 322
American Legion Post
322, 367 NE Washington St.,
has schedueld an Easter
egg hunt for 5 p.m'. to
6:30 p.m. on April 13. All
children aged 1 through 11
are invited. Refreshements
will be served.

VITA offers free
tax preparation -
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


A support group for
poste scances ptients and
every second Tuesday of the
months at Lake City Medical
Center. Call Ron Peacock
(386) 365-1359.

BoanI of trustees
to meet at LCCC
The Lake City Community
Colle e District Board of
Trustees is slate ito ete

LCCC Board Room. The
District B ard of Tr ste i
apo f erd ay ther g rner

iy esen rd nmat on to
the governor for trustee
appointments

Wonen's Club
to hold luncheon
The Wo a's Club of
Lake Cit mancntinn its
effort to rais omonuy ntgo
renovate the kitchen of the
clubhouse on Hernando
Street. The April luncheon is
scheduled to be from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April
15. Ham and beans with
rice, cornbread, salad and
a home-baked dessert
are to be served. Lunches
can be eaten in, taken out or
delivered. Call Kay Poltorak
at (386) 719-9232.


The Rotary Club of Lake
City meets every Thursday
.at nodn ~at the Elks Club,
309 NE Hernando Ave.
Visiting members and guests
are welcome. Call Steve
Smith at (386) 758-9990

Wildflower Cafe
hosts Jam Session
All musicians are invited
to a free jam session at 6.30
p.m. every Thursday at the
Wild Flower Cafe, 326 N.
~Marion Avenu~e. Call (386)
754-1150.


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The Early Learninlg
Coalitioh of Florida's
Gateway Board- meeting
is scheduled to be help
at 9 a.m. on April 8 at the
Coalition Office,. 1104 SW
Mairi Blvd. The Coalition .
oversees state and federal
Funding for all school
readiness programs birth
Sto age five for Columbia,
H-amilton, Lafayette,
Suwannee, and Unions
counties. Any person ,
interested in attending this
meeting with a disability


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_ Monday, April 6
.Auditions open for
'I'Gulys and Dolls'
Lake City Community
College announces auditions
for the musical-theater
production of "Guys and
Dolls" are to bie held from
6 to 8 p.m. on April 6-8
in the Levy Performing
SArts Center. Performance
dates are June 25-28. The
Musical will be directed by
Bob Gerard, drama; Owen
Wingate, vocal music; and <
Harry Wuest, orchestra. The
Show is based on a story ,
and characters by Damon
Runyon. Call 754-4255.

Earlyi Learning Executive
Committee to meet
The Eagrly Learning
Coalition of Florida's
Gateway Executive
Committee meeting is
set fpr 3 p.m. on April 6
at the Coalition Office
1104 SW Main Blvd. The
Coalition:ove~rsees state
and federal funding for
all school' readiness
programs birth to age five
for Colum la, Hamilton,
Lafayette,. Suwannee, .and
SUrnion counties. .Any pSerson .
interested in attending this
meeting' with a disability -
req'uiring special assistance
is asked, to contact Stacey
Nettles at (386) 752-9770.

VITA offers free
tax preparation .
Volunteer Income ~
Fax Assistance (VITA)
'is' available here;.VITA
offers free tax preparatio~,
provided~ by IRS-certifie
vo unteersmor petopli cwme ~

(g 9y 0en rally $ 0000 and
:.~below). VITA sitLes offer free
:electronic filing (e-filing).
Contact Jennr Sawyer or
I I oj ee VITA Coo% in~a rs


'Tuesday,' April 7
Possibilities self-help
group, mee~ts Thjesd yS':
A; self-he Ip group
facilitated, by Life Coach
Judee: Hollnberg will explore
: ,options for what's nreict. It
.is scheduled for 7:30 p.mn,
every Tuesday at Fort White
:.:Town Hall. There is no
charge. .Call (386) 497-3223.

Free wig styling
;for Cancer SHViVOrS


Amqerican Legion
Post- 57 hosts .bingo

'an eri an Lego P to 5
begins at 3 p.m. and 6:45
p.m. every Sunday, Monday
~and Thursday. Call
.'(386). 288-2755. 1

Domestic violence
support group meets
i A su port group for
survivors of domestic
violence meets at 5:30 p.m.
every Thursday. The location
is for them alone.
Call Another stay at .
(386)' 719 -27q00for ,more
informationtio. Child care is'
z prollided.<

AARP tax assistance
ait Souithside Ceniter
There is assistance to
file federal tax returns for
any taxpayer with low- to I
moderate income,- $40,00
or less. There is rfo need '
Sto be elderly. Froin 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. every Monday ,
and Thursday at Southsidb
Recreation Center in Lake
City, Just shbw up with
a photo ID and all of the ,
material, normally required
to file annual tax returns
with the Internal Revenue
Service. .

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Bud Rosier (left) works on the lock to a door in the master
bedroom while Lash attempts to install the door at the Habitat
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Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424


Cor-ey Conktlin, Gus
Chandler, Bud Rosier,
Joseph Genovese, John
Riess, Jerry Jenkiins and
Paul LeClair,.Lash said.
Russell Tyre started his
first day as a volunteer on
Wednesday, as the group
completed hanging doors
and doing inside finishing
touches during the
rainstorm.
Every Saturday during
this construction, various
church groups have fed
the volunteers lunch,
Lash said. The number
of volunteers has ranged
from eight to 25 people.
There is one more lunch
scheduled now, he said.
Then, there is the
Apr-il 18 "Hamnmers and
Hot Dogs" Party event,
which heralds thle end of
construction of this house.


Lash retired from
working in the cable
television industry after 132
years, he said. He joined
the local chapter of Habitat
for Humnanity after seeing
a booth at thle Home Show
about four or five years
ago, he said.
Lash said he finds
volunteering for Habitat for
Humanity to be fulfilling
and rewarding.
"(To see the light come
on with the partner family
somewhere in the process
when it dawns on them
that all of these people
are working with them to
make their house," Lash
said, "is very fulfilling. It's
a 'Wow' moment for them.
I am grateful to be in a
position to give back."
On this house, Lash
said, there were a core
group of volunteers and
they affectionately call
themselves "Th~e Over the
Hill Gang."
This is because they
"go over the hill" that is a
bridge overpass across the
railroad tracks to reach the
house, Lash said.
Joining him in this
group of core volunteer
builders is 18-year-old


Lake City, he added.
Volunteers and
donations are a big part
of Habitat for Humanity,
Lash said. Finding families
qualified for houses is the
third required factor for
a successful program, he
said.
There are two more
lots behind the new house
where houses can be built,
he said.
The group is looking for
a qualified family to begin
the fourth house, Lash
said.
One family told Lash
that they did not apply
sooner because it seemed
"too good to be true," he
said.
STo qualify for a zero
percent mortgage on
a house, there are a
few requirements. The
partner family must put
in a minimum of 300
hours of "sweat equity."
They must do some of the
work to build their new
home. They must be living
currently in substandard
housing in Columbia
County, and they must
be able to pay for a zero
interest, no money down
mortgage, Lash said.


SJASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Jon Lash saws pieces of wood for the baseboards arid shelves at the Habitat for Humanity
home, located at 938 NW Fowler Ave.


Continued Fromt Page 1A
destroying the bad bugs.
They are called "beneficial
insects" and include
pi-aying mantis, spiders,
big-eyed bugs, assassin
bugs and lady bugs. All
wasps are considered
beneficial in the garden,
also. Learn to identify
these-good bugs and -
welcome them on your
plants. You can even plant
some flowers in the garden
to provide them with
nectar and pollen.
Harvest vegetables
such as tomatoes, peppers,
squash and beans as soon
as they are n pe. Over-
ripe vegetables left: in the
garden will just attract
more insects. Compos
or discard plants as soon
as they stop producing.
Samitation practices ie
these will cut: down on the


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number of insects that will
even ~find your garden.
More harvest for you.
Read more of the UF/
IFAS Florida Vegetable
Gardening Guide at: http~://
edis.ifas.ufl/VHO21 and
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gardening questions
and do soil pH tests oli
Tuesday and Thursday
mornings. 752- 5384.
Mark your calendars
for the plant sale at
the Columbia County
Extension Office on May 2

MNichelle Demorest is a
horticulture agent with the
Columbia County Extension
of the University of Florida
Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences.


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