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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 12, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (monday through friday)[<1969>-]
weekly[ former 1967-<1968>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028308
Volume ID: VID00906
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Lake City reporter and Columbia gazette

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Although some uninsured Lake City residents are unable to afford prescription medication, the Columbia County Free Prescription
Discount Card can help to cut hundreds of dollars a months. The card is available for those wiho are older than 60, does not have
prescription drug coverage or is in a 'gap' for their Medicare drug plan.

Plenty of prescription aid programs

are available to general public

M~ichee Clumnuio the uman

cocC~raw said that as a result
of her using the card, she
spends $100 each 30 dayrs rather
than spending $400 to 850j0.
"When you're 45 yearg old,
got a car wc~ith no kids, the state
don't want to help," M~cCraw
said. "It's terrible, man. Yo~u go
in for help and' the state won't
help you 'cause y;ou don't got
kids. That's ridiculous."
This card can be used by
anyone without insurance,
Crummnit said. It also can be
used for per prescriptions she
added. The average savings
on prescriptions is 22 percent,
Crummnit said.
The Colum~bia County
card can be picked tip at the
Columbia Countyr Health
Department, 217 NE Franklin
St.; ~County~ Corrmission office
on~ the second fldoo at 135 NE
Hernando St.; at Lake' City Cit
~Hall, 205 N M~arion A4ve.; the
LifeStyle Enrichment Center,
628 SE Allison Court
Christian Service Center, .
PROGRAMS continued on SA

jilardisonc~akecrty~repor ter. Com,
Though Dana
M~cCraw expects
to start her new
job at a local hotel
AI~Mondayl after being
unemployed for a couple of
weeks. she will still lack health
The 415-vear-old Lake City
resident takes medicine for a
thyroid condition, high blood
pressure, an anlti-depressant and
a muscle relaxer, she said.
"That's not counting half
the medicine I don't even buy
because I canl't afford it." she
M~cCraw's qot alone when it
comes to being able to afford
prescription medicines. l~et/
there are different programs to
help people with those costs.
The most localized benefit
is the Columbia County~ Fr'ee
Prescription Discount Card,
which McCrawi uses.
The National Association of
COUntieS, in conjunctiOn With
the Columbia County~ Board
of Country Commlissioners, is
providing this benefit, said

Other assistance programs are Partnership for
Prescription Assistance, NeedyMeds, Healthy Kids and
Patient Advocate Foundation.

Chirn and

ont t feldda
afternoon's Easter
egg hunt at Annie
Mattox Park. While
most of the eggs
contained candy,
a few of them
certificates for free
Easter baskets
and two special
eggs contained
$25 each.

Mattox Park; which consisted
of a noon Easter egg scramble,
.a tug ,of war and other activities
throughout the day.
Th1e day-long event was spon-
sored by the Columbia County
Recreation Department, the
Annie Mattox North and South
boards of directors, the Gold
Standard L~odge No. 167I and
the Eureka Club.

The Gold Stanldard Lodge
No. 167 has sponsored the
event for the paist 13 years, said
senior warden M~ike Kelly.
"'This is something we start-
ed to try to make the commu-
nibyastay together," Kelly said.
Mario Coppock, Columbia
County Recreation Director,
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More than 2,000
eggS were scattere d
!:'8CTOSS f~obtball field.


H.~''Iundredcs 'of people turned
out Saturday afternoon for the
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A 1997; Chevrolet Blazer veered off the
roadway on Cou~nty Road'?33 Friday night:
and struck a tree., according to the Florida
Highway Patrol. Onei of the SUV's: occu-
pants, Patrick Fuller of Lake City, died after
he was ejected from the vehicle.

2 men die':-:

in separate

car wrecks

Carcrashes on Cohunbia
County roadways were
similar in nature, result.

From staff reports

At approximlately 8:40 J i~m. Friday,
Florida Highwcay~ Patrol reports state
tha~t.Gregory- K. Gordon. 60, of V'aldosta,
Ga., was traveling eastbound on County'
Road 138. near Southw~est Don Cook Wayr.
Gordon, ~driving a 2008t Chevrolet Tahoe,
failed to negotiate a curve and left th~e
ro~adway: The' Tahoe continued into the
ditch before it struck several ~trees and

"sor"do aa rnounced dea'd at the
scene by Columbia Cournty~ EMS.
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Military service
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Doc~unkents show conflicts~
between n s ~an trutth--
made by Gary Harris.
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FORT WHITE Gar-y Harris, a busi-
ne~ssman~ in Fort. White, said he~ errtd
wh~en he gave false statements about his ~
military history to the media.
A story was published
recently about the poten-i
tial, of Har'ris starting a
;new school in the, future,
as well' as about his other
business interest's
:Harris said he mis-~
spoke when'be claimed to
have earned two BronzeHars '
Stars during an interview with the Lakk
City Reporter earlier this year.
He also never served in Iraq Dr
Afghanistan, he' said, although he hall
HARRIS continued on 8Ai

Annual Easter egg hunt has families

leaping About at Ani Mattox Park

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Thought for Today,

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scesacred, principles ae.

-- President Franklin Del'ano Roosevelt,

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call the executive editor, Corrections and clarifications will
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said Sesquicentennial Special Events
Committee Chair Paulette Lord.
A skit is on the agenda as well.
There will be children's games
from the historic to contemporary.
Free books from the Columbia
County Public Library system will
be given away. One hundred and
fity free bicycle helmets from Step-
Up Florida will be given to the fist
150 children. This coincides with the
celebration of Lake City's 150th anni-
versary. ~
Information from civic groups will
be available at the festival as well.
Works by local artists are sched-
.uled to be on display and for sale
in the Teen Town building, near to
Memorial Stadium, from noon to 6
p.m. There will be many history dis-
plays in that building, too.
The photographer for founding fam-
ilies will be in the Teen Town building
after 3 p.m. T~he Sesquicentennial
Committee is giving free family por-
traits to founding families.
Recognition of the founding fami-
lies is set for 4 p.m.
"All descendants of the founders
of Columbia County are invited to
attend the Founders' Recognition
Ceremony," said Mary Jane Weaver,
. who completed the search for

founding families.
Following is a list of families who
were responsible for shaping Columbia
County. This is not a complete repre-
sentation, Weaver said, but merely a
sample of the many people who have
contributed to Columbia County's his-
tory: Epaminondas Brown, the Rev.
Kinsey Chambers, Charles H. B.
Collins, George Combs, Joseph Dicks,
Jacob Douberley, Frederick Douglas,.
Giles Underhill Ellis, William Far~nell,
John Feagle, William Feagle, James D.
Godbold, 1evi Haltiwanger, Shadraick
Hancock, Henry Monroe Harrington,
Dr. James Hamilton Hil, Washington
Mackey Ives, James M. Keen, Wiley
Keen, William Henry Keen, James
L,. King, Absalom Koon/Coon, E
Hartwell Koon/Coon, William -W.
Marcum/Markham, Silas Niblack,
William Niblack, Isaac E. Ogden, Elias
O'Steen, Reubin O'Steen, William
Joseph O'wens, James Travis Parnell,
Pompey Parnell, Josiah Parrish,
Ann Pearce/Pierce, John ~Raulersoni,
Abraham Isaac~acob Rivers, Zachariah
Roberts, Rdbert Sandliti/Sanderlin,
Stirling Scarborough, Henry Michael
Summers, James A. Taylor, Robert
Taylor, Cannon/Cameron Tyre,
peorge Washington Sylvester
Waldron, Adam Witt and David Witt.

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One of the events tied exclusively
to Lake City's celebration of its 150th
anniversary is the Founders' Day
Festival, which is set to be from noon
to 6 p.m. on Saturday at Memorial
Stadium. -
Guests will enjoy 1,500 hot dogs,
1',500' hamburgers, chips and Pepsi
brandl drinks for free, -according to
Sesquicentennial Event Coordinator
Jackie Kite.
Harvey. Campbell, executive direc-
tor of the Columbia County Tourist
.Development Council, found donors
for all of the free food and drink,
exceptior the chips, which are paid for
by the Se ~quicentennial Committee.
Other food, beyond the free hot
dogs and hambitrgers will be avail-
able Ifor purchase from non-profit
The entertainment part .of the
day features music by the Mercy
Mountain Boys, Caitlin Nicole Eadie,
Williant Scott and the Silverados,
Harry ~Wuest and the LCCC Gateway
City Band, Audre' Washington, Alix
Williams, Chelsea Dierickxr, Tara
Hollinsworth, the Sesquicentenniail
Choir' and Summers Elementary,

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said he saw this event as
an opportunity to pool
resources together to make
this annual event bigger
and better, rather than each
organization hosting their
own separate event.
"TWhen everyone is sin-
gle-minded in a purpose,
we can make every event
a success like this one,"
he said. .
Columbia County Dist. 1
said he was pleased with
the turnout and diversity of
people in attendance.
"This is not just a black
comzhunity event, but. a
community event as a
whole," Williams said.
The event kicked off with

an Easter egg scramble with
more than 2,000 eggs littered
across the footballfield at the
park. Children, along with
their parents, raced onto the
field to pick up as many eggs
as possible. Most eggs con-
tained candy, but a number
of the eggs contained cer-
tificates for free Easter bas-
kets, and two special eggs
contained $25 prizes. Events
such as a tug-of-war, jump
rope competitions, a sack
race and flag football took
place throughout the day,
as well as special safety
demonstrations by the
Lake City and Columbia
County fire departments
and the Lake City Joy Riders
motorcycle group.

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ON MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2009 AT 6:00 PM


1. Tindale-Oliver Fire Assessment Update and Discussion
2. City Manager position (short list of applicants)

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 13, 2009 at 6:00 P.M. for the purposes
outlined above.

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441 NW Washington St;
or any of the three public
libraries in Lake City or
Fort White. *
The United Play of
Suwannee Valley provides
a similar card. It is known
as the "FamilyWize"
Prescription Drug
Discount Card, said Rita
Dopp, executive director.
Dopp said free
FamilyWize prescription
drug discount car-ds are
available at the United Way
of Suwannee Valley office
as well as at some of United
Way's partner agencies,
other participating
organizations and online at
All of the
pharmaceutical companies
have patient assistance
lines. Sometimes the drug
,companies can work with
an uninsured patient to
reduce their cost, Dopp
The Florida Discount
Drug Card is yet another
helpful resource for
uninsured people at a
certain income lev41.
A person older
than 60, does not have
prescription~ drug coverage
or is in a "gap" for their
IVledicare drug plan is
qualified for this card
regardless of his or her
For people who are

younger than 60 to qualify
for the Florida Discount
Drug Card, they must
lack prescription drug
coverage, and have a
monthly income of at most
$2,553 ($30,636 annual)
for an individual-; $3,423
($41,076) for a family of
two; or $5,163 ($61,965
annual) for a family of four.
The Florida Discount
Drug Card has a one-time
$1.50 activation charge but
there are no other fees.
Savings range from 5 to
42 percent.
To apply, call toll-free at
1-866-341-8894 or go to www.
Publix stores offer free
antibiotics to all customers
with no age, income or
other requirements. The
company anticipates
people who use this
service will buy other
~prescriptions there, but
that is not ~a requirement
for free antibiotics.
Lake City Regional
Catholic Charities
Chief Operating Officer
Suzanne Edwards said
this agency helps, needy
people with life-sustaining
prescriptions, such as
those for blood pressure
issues or diabetes.
Catholic Charities assists
the individuals for a short
time, and directs therin to

providers that help people
who lack money.
There is a benefit from
being a military veteran
in regard to prescriptions,
although it is part of
a comprehensive care
"The Veterans Health
Administration (VHA)
does not have a specific
drug or prescription,
benefit plan," said Sean
Turner, assistant chief, -
Medical Administration
Service, North Florida/
South Georgia Veterans
Health System. "VHA
offers a comprehensive
care plan to eligible.
patients called the .
'Uniform Medical Benefits
Package,' which includes
prescription medications
as a single componentt"
Each enrolled veteran is
subject to legal eligibility
criteria and financial
screening to determine
if medications can be '
provided on a cost-free
basis, or whether a
co-payment of $8 is
applicable for each
30-dayr or less supply of
outpatient medication
supplied, he said. :

Other assistance ,
SPartnership for
Prescription Assistance, It offers
assistance to receive free
or discounted drugs.
It provides help with
payment for surgery or .
large co-pays for medical
care and more.
SNeedyMeds, www. NeedyMeds
is a non-profit.organization
with the mission of helping
people who cannot afford
medicine or health care
costs. The information at
NeedyMeds is available
anonymously and free of
MHealthy Kids,
www. healthykids. org.
Florida'Healthy Kids
Corporation helps
thousands of uninsured
children in the state of
Florida gain access to
affordable, quality health
care, including help with
prescription costs.
MPatient Advocate
Foundation, www.
org. Patient Advocate
Foundation is a national
non-profi organization
that seeks to safeguard
patients through effective ~
mediation assuring access
to care, maintenance
of employment and
preservation of their
financial stability relative
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daughter offe Powielson, adairy
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Mahrv! Faine (Robert) of Mlercer
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be made to the Columbia County:
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made that claim to a reporter.
The one bronze-colored star he pos-
sesses is what Harris now calls, "a
small bronze star" an indicator that
he received a National Defense Service
Medal again.
"There is nothing to indicate he had any
Bronze Star," Navy Lt. Cdr. John Daniels
said. "That is not in his official record.',
Another misstatement appears in a
"Professional Resume" Harris submit-
ted to the state government, according
to records. On that, he noted "Military
Service Awards"' and listed "tIraqi Freedom
When asked about this, Harris said
that although. he never served in' Traq,
he got this medal when he was in' the
Naval Reserves.
i Navy Lt. J.G. Laura Stegherr said the
"Iraqi Freedom Medal" is not on Harris'
record of awards and decorations. While
he did not list it, :she said, he was given,
' e Global War oRTerror Medal."
That medal is authorized for all service
members participating in pr serving in
support of Global ~War o6n Terrorism opera-
tions on or after Sept. 11,~ 2001, and to a
future date to be determined, according to -
noted requirements ~for the honor. .
.Harris also listed oix his "resume" thatlhe
was awarded the "Navy Battle 'E' Medal."
Actually, he was given a "Navy 'E' Ribbon,"
Stegher r noted. .
Harris was in the Navy from July of
1992 until October of 1995, according
to records. He ended his reguly~ Navy
career as an "Airman" with an honorable
discharge with the narrative reason for
separation as "Hardship."
"I had a death in the family," he said.
"They let me go into the Navy Reservres
from the regular Navy.'
SHar~ris was also disabled during his
militar-y tenure.
SAis a result of Harris' 10 percent service-
connected disability ratingi, he said, he
.has scored pjreferential treatment for any
government jobs. The 10 percent disability
is from an injury to his left ktnee while he
was on active duty, he said.
~Harris is the founder of American
Building Inspectors ;Corp~., but said the
company has not landed a single contract
:since its launch in late 2007 -- despite a
boost from the Florida Legislature.
On Nov. 11,2008, the Florida Legislature
added certification of service- disabled
veteran-owned businesses Aoj its lisf for
special consideration by vendors;, accord-
ing to ~inda M~cDonald of the Florida
Department o;f M~an~ag$lient Sh~i~evce '
Office of~upplier D~iver@~i,..a

"There is nothing to
Indicate he had any
Bronze Star.That is not
in his official record."

Navy Lt. Cdr. John Daniels'
in reference to medals Gary Harris
claims to have earned in the military

The OSD certified Harris' ABI as the
very fist company eligible for fist-tier
referrals when the company meets criteria
set in solicitations for bids.
Not only are these businesses given~
preference by vendors in state jobs, but
the state.provides certified minority: busi-
nesses with a wealth of resources to hetlp
them succeed.
Nevertheless, ABI has not landed a
Scontr-act yet, Harris said.
Although Gov. Charlie Crist had his
picture taken with Harris when the act to
help disabled veterans was sigried, Sterling
Ivey, a spokesman for the governor said
-the OSD, riot the governor's office, may
have a comment about Harris's lack of suc-
cess as a bidder.
In regard to whether Harris ~claimed to
.the have earned military honors to the
governor, Ivey said Harris probably did
not contact the governor's office. Crist
signed the legislation on June 11, 20508, at
Tyndall Air Force Base to take effect on
Nov. 11, 2008, Veterans Day.
Torey Alston, executive director of OSB,
said there is no guarantee that preferred
Treatment lands contracts.
"'Mr.- Harris was the fist service-dis-
abled veteran: certified under this act,\"
Alston said.
Alston added that although certifica-
tion does not guarantee business, it does
expand opportunities for these business
To, receive the preferential treatment,
said Steve Murray of Veterans Affairs,
Harris had to show his for ~DD-214 and
documents to prove he had a service-con-
nected disability
Harris' American Building Inspectors
failed to yet secure any contracts, but he
has also started the "The Harris Institute
for 'Young Entrepreneurs."
Harris, said recently that he~ is nego-
tiating to obtain, 20 acres of land in the
Newberry area~ to start the school.
'If this project becomes reality, that future
school will have 100 percent paperless
classrooms,: generate its .own electricity,
and serve its own grown food to students,
he said.

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Boney Watson was one of several 'ice cube' athletes featured in an advertising campaign for Burrda performance sportswear. Watson, a native of;Lake CiyT
is a, professional player for Al Rayyan7 in the ~Qatar Basketball Federation.

Lake City's Boney Watson helps Al Rayyan

Sto: sweep of basketball honors in Doha

:problems with point guard
and midway through last
summer they asked me to
Splay with them.
"Truthfully, they offered
me more money, so I said
les's do it."
Watson averaged 17.3
points per game, 6.5 assists,
4.1 steals and 5.6 rebounds.
He shot 48.4 percent for
two-pointers, 40 percent
from 3-point range and an
amazing 91.25 percent on
free throws. *
"I am having a good year,"
Watson said. "My points are
down from 21 last year, but
my assists are up and that
comes from playing with
better players. I'm making
Sthe pass and they are
making the shots. I've been
stroking those free throws.
Before I was like
.70-75 percent."

Success at all levels
In high school Watson's
class included CHS hea'd
coach Trey Hosford,
James Williamson, Damion

Rossin, Derrick Jones
and Tommie Kelltim. The
Tigers won district titles in
both their junior and senior
Waitsbn, the son of Wayne
and Dee Watson, played
Division I college ball at
Sam Houston State. He still
makes his home in Houston
and said many NBA players
show up for pick-up games
in the area.
Watson's fist team in
Doha was Al Gharrafa,
which he helped impro e
from last in the league to
third place. He played two
years for Al Arabi, which
finished second and third
Sand made it to the semifinals
of both the Heir Apparent
and Emir cups.
Watson has had a 47-point
game in a tournament in
Saudi Arabia when he was
named second-team all-
tournament. In Asian Club
Championship competition
in Kuwait, Watson has twice
Been named a game MVE.

WATSON continued on 3B

atar wrrapped
up its
basketball .
on .Friday
and Boney
Watson helped his team to a
triple' crown.
Watson, a 1996 graduate
of Columbia High, plays for
Al Rayyan which already
won the Qatar Basketball
Federation league
championship and the Heir
Apparent Cup and addled
the Emir Cup with a 96-81
victory over Qatar SC.
Watson has played in
Doha, the capital of Qatar,
for four years and this is his '
first with Al Rayyan. Point
guard was the final piece of
the puzzle for the tam that
won two titles least year-
"I played in the Asian
Cup last season on a team
from Jordan," Watson said.
"Al Rayyan was there also
and they had come to see
me play last year. They had

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Packets for ninth-
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High Tigerettes are
available at the front

High. Completed packets
are due Monday.
For details, call Wendy
Stevens at 965-0409.
Q-back Club will
meet :Monday
The Fort White
Quarterback Club has
a meeting planned for
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teacher's lounge at Fort
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Event planned
Sby Southside
~:Southside~ Community
Center has a free
fishing tournament
planned for Saturday at
ithe Aigator Lake Park
on Old Country Club
Road. Children must be
third-g-raders or older
and accompanied by.a
parent. oy
For details, call Wayne
Jernigan at 758-5448.
W IFoih _staff reports


. Columbia High
w'eightliftirig vs.
Gainesville High, 4 .l~rtf.
' Columbia High
tennis in District
4-3A- tournament at
.New/ Tennis 'Comple~x in
Gainesville, 9 ~a.m.
' Fort W~hite High:j
softball vs. Buchhiolz
,,-..High, 6p.m.
a Columbia High
baseball at Lake Weir
'High, 6 p~m.
M, Colum7bia High
softball vs. Santa Fe
High, 7 p.m. (JV-5)
Fort White High
baseball at Union County
High, 7 C e e ay li h

t4 nis t rnam Ditstric
New Tennis Complex in
Gainesville, 9 a~m.
,Fort WVhite High
track in District ,3-2A
meet~ at Bradford High,
11 a.m
a Columbia High
weightlifting vs. Madison
County High, 4 p.m.
a Fort White High
softball vs. Union County
High, 7 p.m
a Cpolumbia High
softball at Lafayette
High, 7 p.rn. (JV-5)
M Columbia High
baseball vs. Gainesville
High, 7 p.m.
SFoprt White High
baseball at Dixie County
High, 7 p.m.
SColumbia High track
at Orange Park High,
M. Fort. White High
softball at Taylor County
Might, 6 pdm.Wht ih
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social hour at 6 p.m. and
dinner at 7 p.m.
FOr details, call Diane
Walker at 752-4788 0r
Steve Gordon at 719-9021.


Summer camp
offered in June

Columbia High coach
Trey Hosford 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 $60 includes
Scamp -hr and a
basketball. Registration is?
at Brian's Sports on U.S.
Highway 90 west.
For details, call Hosford
at 755-8080, Ext. 253.

aFrom staff reports

" G7R3IIHT. START .t R ."

Mic5 s0p.m. Tiger Woods, Phil
1:45 p.m. lan Poulter, Lee
1:55 p.m.--Tim Clark. Sean O'Hair
2:05 p.m. Shingo Katayama, Todd
2:15 p.m. Steve Stricker, Rory
.2:25 p.m. Chad Campbell, Jim
2:3'S p.m. Angel Cabrera, Kenny


NHL schedule

Friday's Games
Minne bta 8, Nashville 4
St. Latis 3, Columbus i
.Edmonton 5, Calgary I
Anaheim 4, Dallia 3, So
Saturday's Games
New Jersey 3, Carolina 2
DPia~e~i tN.Y. islanders 2
: Vancouver 1, .Colorabd~o0, OT
\Bdston at Buffalo (n)<
:'Sari Jose at Losr ngeles 1np
Ottawa atToronto n)
!,iPittsburgh at Montreal.(nj
Tiampa Bay at Atlanta (n) :
Minnesota at Colim~bris n):
JlNlsh~ngr, ret Floriida (n) :
Are shelm it Phcn~x Inro ,

Today's Games
'Def r.j.r at Chlicag.. 2 pm
St. Louis at Colbrado, 3 p.m.
i'Boston at N.Y. Islanders, 5 .m.
N.Y. Rangers ar Ph.1 delphl.. 5 pm

MLS schedule

Saturday's Games
FC Dailas atToronto FC (n)
Chicago at San Jose (n)
D.C, Upited at Real Salt Lake (n)
`'Colorado at Columb~us (n)
New York at idouston (n)
Kansas City at Seattle FC (n)'
Chivas USA at Los Angeles (n)
Friday's Game
New England at D.C. United, 7 p.m.
Saturday,April l8
Real Salt Lake at NewYork. 7:30 p.m.
:Kansas City at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.

(",7 Diego 0 11
San Francisco 2 2- .500 I
Los Angeles 2 3 .400 1 1/2
Friday's Games
SMilwauktee 4, Chicago Cubs 3
Colorado 10, Philadelphia 3
Florida 5, N.Y. Mets 4
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, ppd., rain
Atlanta 6,Washington 5, 10 innings
St. Louis 5, Houston 3
Arjzona 9, L.A. Dodgers 4
San Dieg t, rSd yFrcscG e3

Pittsburgh 10, Cincinnati 2
Houston at St. Louis (n)
N.Y.Mets at Florida (n)
Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee (n)
Washington at Atlanta (n)
:L~A Dodgers at Arizona (n)
Philadelphia at Colorado (n)
San Francisco at San Diego (n) ~
Today's Games
'Pittsburgh (Snell 0-1) at Cincinnati
(Harang 0-I), 1:10 p.m.
N.Y, Mets (Santana 1-0) at Florida (jo.
Johs hi-0),n 1100en 0-1) at Atlanta
(Jurrjens 1-0), 1:35 p.m.
Houston (W.Rodrigtiez' 0-0) at St.
'Louis (Lobse 1-0), 2: 15 p.m
Philadelphia (Park 0-0) at Colorado
(Cook 0-0), 3:1Q p~m.
San Francisco (Lincecum 0-0) at San
Diego (C.Young I-0), 4:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Wolf 0-1) at Arizona
:(Haren 0-1-),4:10 p.m.
Chicago: Cubs (Dempster 0-0) at
Milwaukee (Suppan 0-1), 8:05 p.m
Monday's Games
Houston at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m-
Colorado at Chicago Cubs;2:20
Philadelphia at Washington, 3:05 p.m.
San~ Francisco 'at L.A. Dodgers,
4:10 p.m.
San~ Diego at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 Op.m-
cincinnati at Milwaukee,8I:05 p.m.
St Louis at Arizona, 9:40 p.m-

AL standings

Toronto (Pdcyk G-amet Cleveland
(A.Reyes 0-0), 1:05 p.m. '
Texas (Millwood I-0) at Detroit
(E~Jackson 0-0), I:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay (j.Shields 0-I) at Baltimnore
(Eaton 0-0), 1:35 p.m.
Minnesota (Blackburn 0-0) at Chicago
White Sox (Buehrle 0-0), 2:05 p~m. *
N.Y. Yankees (Chamberlain 0-0) at
Kansas City (Meche 0-0), 2:10 p.m.
Boston (Beckett 1-0) at U.A. Angels

(Seautn sedr 50-) at Oakland (Braden
0-I), 4:05
Monday's Games
Chicago White Sox- at De'troit,
1:05 p.m.
N.Y.Yankees at Tampa Bay, 7:08 p.m.
Baltimore at Texas, 8:05
Toronto at Minnesota, 8: 10 p.m
Cleveland at Kansas City, 8: O p~m
Boston at Oakland, 10:05 p.m-


MaSterS tee tileS

10:25 a.n\. Kevin Sutherland, Mike
110:35 a.m. Miguel Angel jimene,
Rocco Mediate
10:45 a.m. Ben Curtis, Andres
S10:55 a.m. -- Bubba Watson, Ross
1 1:05 a.m. Paul Casey, Dudley Hart
I [:151 a.m. D.J. Trahan, Robert
~Alenby ,
I 1:25 a.m. Ryuji Imada, Trevor
1:.35- a.m., Ken Duke, Henrik
I 1:45 a.m. - Rory .Mcilroy, Luke
11:55 Sergio Garcia, Stuart
12:05 p.m. Graeme McDowell,
Aaron Baddeley
12:15 p.m. Padraig Harrington,
handy Lrle
12:25 Justin Rose, Ldrry Mize
12:45 ~p.m. -John .Merrick, Geoff
O ilvy
12 55' i; Vijay: Singh, Dustin
j:,hrl~. cr
1i05 p~m.- Steve Flesc~h, Clmdo .
1:15 p.m.- Hunter'MahanAnthony Kim
S1:25 p.m. -- Nick Watney, Stephen


WV sports

4 p.m.
VERSUS Paris-Roubaix, at various
cities in France

CBS Master mTournament, final
I p~m.
TBS N.Y. Mets at Florida
8 p.m
ESPN Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee
8 p.m.
SPEED MotoGP 250, at Doha,
Qatar (same-day tape)
10 p.m.
SPEED MotoGP World Charppion-
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I p~m.
ABC Dallas at New Orleans
3:30 p.m.
ABC -Boston at Cleveland
2 p.m.
NBC- Detroit at Chicago .

2:10 p.m.
WGN Colorado at Chicago Cubs
7 p.m.
ESPN San Diego at N.Y. Mets


~BA schedule

Atlantic Division
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"Basketball is not the
No. 1 'sport here, that is
football (soccer)," Watson
said. "From my experience,
basketball is played,
watched and loved all over
the world, just like~ in the
Middle East. I have played
in other leagues in Mexico
and Turkey and went on a
tour in China.
Following the Emir Cup,
Al Rayyan will play in the
Gulf Club Championship in
Kuwait that also includes
teams from Saudi Arabia,
Bahrain and the United
Arab Emirates. That wHl '
wrap up the season for Al
'"My agent is working
on stuff, like the Asian
Championship in

onth tam, atso sid.
"I am kind of beat this year.
SIf the situation is not right,
~ I may bring it on back

encased in an ice cube.
"I was paid a little bit of
money for it, but it was just
the experience of doing
it," Watson said. "It was
something fun to do."
Doha is one of the
happening places on the~
planet and Qatar had the
highest per capital income
in the world mn 2007. They
are constructing manmade
islands out in the Persian
Gulf and sending edifices'
to the sky.
"They are steadily
building like crazy,"
Watson said.
"Every where you go
you see cranes."
Watson plans to also be a
fixture in Doha.
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uH'ti I' 6" Waso sd.
money, but after that I have
a few investments that will
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Section C

SundayAprill 12, 2009


: ery s eryoung
'jerry~osteryou ng i

How to

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ovithat the
'i economy
is down
ad mst
i firmsmosales
are ;suffering, increased
s ewor. ng may h e
A builder came to us
with business dowvn by
more than 60 percent and
barely enough money
coming in to keep going.
When the economy was
doing great and bt ilding
was in demand, he had to
turn work awayr and could
charge very~ high prices.
However, the world has
changed for this builder
and for so many others. In
contrast, another builder
that we are assisting is
Doing so well that people
have to wait three months,
even in today's economy. -
"i ,forrhi to start on new

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NETWORHING conrtinuedti on 3C

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over last year, meaning more people are
attempting to do their taxes on their own.
"That seems to be a trend over the past
Sfew years,' -he~ said. "More and more people
are trying to do it themselves from their
home computers, or using certain Web
sites to do it for free. Thaf~s an attractive
feature, being able to do your taxes without
leaving home."
Whether filing yourself or using a tax
service, ~there are complications that some
inay run into when filing because of new
taxr laws or changes that may be unknown
to the filer..
A real estate tax credit is new for 2008,
an'd Dobzinski said people who paid their
property taxes in 2008 can get a higher
deduction without itemizing. For people
who itemize deductions, he said many can
Claim a reduction for sales tax.
He also noted that some people may still
b~e eligible f'or the recovery rebate credit .
if they~ didn't receive a stimulus check mn
2008. He said that if a person's situation
`has t-~hanged since they last filed they
are no longer claimed as a depend~ent or if
their: income level has dropped below' the
threshold amount -- they may be eligible
for the recovery rebate credit this year.

any Cohimnbia Co~unty
`rejsideiit~s ar-e sc~urrying to
,~~finalize their tax returns .
ahead 'of the ~Apr-il 5 '
federal deadline
Wednesday is the final daite that residents
are able to file their taix~ieturns without an
extension or penalt~e~s. And~evren if you fle
Sfor ~and ~are: granted lan exrtensidn, Initerital
lievenuk Servi'ce officials don't want people
to think they are completely in the clear
- if you owi:money to thie IRS, it's still due
M~ike Dobzinski. Florida spokesman ,
for the IRS. said the extension mere]V
:giie.s people more time to complete their
paper wor~.' :
"I think most people know thst,"1ihe said
in regards to the extension. "If'you pay
what you think you're going to owe, then
you'll be able to reduce any penalties roil
may ~incitr. If you've got a refund coming.
you're not going to have to pay anythingg"
The IRS expects to receive approximately
10 mlillion,extension requests this year,
nearly 8417,00)0 of them coming froml Florida
alone. Dobzinski said. Many of those will
comle from people who wait until the last
p nute tto fieatheirhtax turns --- about 2,5
'r ethe lasvpk ko~r two o 6 ,o~sas
that' need to be filed. and amongst those we
obviously have a number of people getting

::"n the last week or two
of filing Season, we see
,about 20 to 25 percent of
returns that need to be
filed, and anioangst those
:: ie have ;a number of
people getting extensionss"
;Mikh Dobzinski, '
florida spokesman for the IRS

exterisions," he said. "Obviously this isn't
something a lot of people look forward to
doing every year; We seem to see people
,vho g'iet refunds file earlier they want
their: money now and in their pocket and
the people who wait until th~e last minute
are people who may break even or owe
money. It's like when some people have to
pay a bill, they wait until it's due rather than
paying it prior to w~hen it's dure. A\nd a lot of
people procrastinate in a lot of things they
do, so it's just another one of those things
they do."
Dobzinski noted that online fiings
in Flonda are up mo~re than 16 percent

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a business tax certificate.
Since Jan. 1, 2007', per Florida 3
Statutes, the name of the "occu-
pational license" changed .to
"business tax certificate."' .
This was done, said Lake City
Growth Management Diredtor
'Larry Ire, to prevent any con-
fusion about a business being r*
"licensed" to practice a trade by
the city.
While the
name is changed,
the purpose is
the same to
protect the pub-
lic, Lee said.
Ever y busi-
Caslow ness in Lake

business tax cer-
tificate, Ire said.
Not evei-yone
pays the fee, but '
they mtist' have
certificate. Lake City code enforcement officer Mi
Lee Non-profit orga- to~ the Florida Aissociation of Code Enf
and handicapped owners enjoyiaon edry For contratos they Inust pro-
exemptions. .. vide a permanent address in the ~
Lake City Code Enforcement city as well, he said. .
officers Sandra Caslow and 1Vike'` UC~nlicensed contracting in
IiCenfroe are 'ttle people who cite Florida is illegal, Caslow said,
business owners who fail to com- and it is not just a civil offense. lt
ply with the law. 'is a criminal offense..The second
:'I advise new business owners conviction is' a felony, she added.
to complete thelf:application .twod ~ -It is even illegal to advertise
to three weeks before opehin ," :"licensed~ and insured" -as ai cow
Caslow said.;: .: 1 tractor in -a classified ad, writhoult
There is a requirement for a~ll put~ttirig tihe state liceilse m~imbler
businesses to have ai county busi- ,in the advertisement, she said.
ness tax certificate too, Lee said. .People can break the law by
Professional firms, such a s' seekEing a business tax certificates
law ofikes and Realtors, must, if they are not a 6ontractor, she
have their base business office said.
and pay $30 each per attorney, A person who has qualified for
or realty associate, Caslow said; ''e county'ss "competency card"
They must also pay $1 each for to be' a framer is not a control
;. every se'cretaBry. tor. Thait card simply ~allows tie
;These are ainniual fees, she person to -sub-contract under a
.addb3d. licensed contractor in the city,
There- are. different' :iequir~e-. she said
nients in various categories, Lee If a person cam ~into city hall
said. When a state license 'is' and sought a :business taxr cer-
required, such as for acontractor,r lificate as a contractor, but they
there is a need to showv workers' i~were not licensed by the state,
compensation! insurance cover-' they would be charged with
age as well as liability insurance. "unlicensed contracting," Caslow

ike Renfroe is one of three members of the city department who all belong

and Ire explained, because they
should have known better than to
present themselves sis something
they were not. 11
There are other special require-
ments in the service mndustr y.
Lee said. . ;
For instance, individuals who
opierate taki~cabs in Lake City
must have a certificate of pub-
lic coniveyaince issued by the
city. Th-is ~lets the city keep the
samne level of vehiculaji' safety in
check and prevents th~ie city from
becoming "foireir run W;tith taxis,"
Lee said. ,
.Caslow said another type
of business pays fees based on
the: number of units the owner
Apartments and residential
units show that three or fewer
units liay $60. For orare therb is
a $1.60 per-unit annual fee. For
instcince, if there are 10 apart-
ments owned by a person in the
;city, then that person pays $71.20
a yaorhis or her business tax
certificate, Caslow said.
The local code enforcement

officers are professionals.
Caslow, Renfroe and Lee are 611
members afthe FloridaAssociation
of Co~de Enforcement.
There are thi-ee levels of cer-
tification as a code enforcement
officer in FACE, Caslow said.
Irvel One' is Fundamentals of
Code Enforcement. Level Tw~o is
Administrative Aspects of Code
Enforcement. LevelThr~ee is Legal
Issues in Code Enforcement.
Lee is not certifidd at any level,
buthe is a FACE member. Cas~low
is certified in all three levels and
she has been a FACE member
since 2004. Renfroe is certified
in levels One and Three, Caslow
said. He joined code enforcement
in Lake City in 2008.
Renfroe' said FACE is lobbying
to have code enforcement ofi-
cers to be required' to. gain state
cei-tificaition, like~bitiding inspec-
tors. FACE is' also asking the
Florida Iegislature to put code
enforcement officers in the state
retirementt system as "high risk"
employees, jtist like police offi-
cers and firefighters, she said.


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builders? Networking! The
successful builder belongp
to various networking
and lead generation
groups, and the other
does not. The successful
, builder gets 4() percent
of his business through -
networking, and the
Builder in trouble has done
zero networking.
While advertising i~s
effective, networking and
referrals are so much
better. If a friend says to
me that they just tried a
: product and loved it, I am
going to try it.
~ Networking briiiixif~'tby ~
of the ha~iind' awareness"
for a product or service. I
meet for breakfast every
week with my Rotary Club
(Sunrise in Tallahassee),
and over my 1()-year
.membership, I have gotten
to know all of the thnembers
very well. When I need a
Scl urt thefok t ahd
this in my Riotary Club that
~Iknow personally.
Net~jrorking is not just
meeting folks, as I have

seen,'some entrepreneurs .
who-pride themselves
on how.many business
cards they have picked ~
p at function. Rather,
networking is getting to
know and ti~ust people.
STrust takes a long timne
to develop,: but once it
is there, it is as, solid as
granite. .
Networking should
be thought of as a way
of developing trusting
relationships. When you
go to a function, rather
than meeting as many
.pe~ople ags you can, try
to ~get td kinovii three or
,-four people in deith that
you would like to have a
continual relationship w~ith.
SMost chambers have
leadsd" groups for the
purpose of bringing .
Members together to do
business with one another.
There are also national and

tat sopecaie in ntok
for businesses that are easy
to End on the web.
Networking can also
be achieved in your local

community by joining
Rotary- Clubs or other civic
and charitable groups.
However, it is not just
joining the group that
increases the power of
networking; rather, getting
.involved is the real heart
of the networking process.
For example, in the
10 years that I have been
in Rotary, I have also been
Sthe program director,
treasurer, president and
manIy other functions
within my club.. The point
is, effective networking in .
a community organization
nivolve~s both joining and
;inore importantly, giving '~
something of yourself.
This is what allows trust to
be shown and developed.
Now go out and make
Assure that yoil are spending
ait least' 5 percent of your
lime networking.
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10,0 change :65.79 ((1.8%) MON TUES WED TilUR~ FRI

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TotalAssets -TotalRetum/Rank Pct Min init
Name b) ($~ns) NAV 4-wk 12-mo year Loa~d Invt
PICTotRetis CI 86,550 10.15 +3.0 +2.6/A +5.2/A ~NL 5,000,000
AecnFundsGrthAmAm LG 48,910 21.02+23.6 -33.810; -1.4/A 5.75 250
MititndsCapincBuA m ILHG 4,3 80+1. -02/C +11 5. 5 2,0
AmrcnFunds CpWidGrlA m WS. 40,063 25.10 +22.0 -38.3/8 +1.9/A 5.75 250
eslia indlnclA. rA- MA .38,543 12.24 +14.3 -28.7/D -0.6/8 5.75 250
Afrieri.(,s Funds irnvbrnAmb m LV 37,853 20.19 +21.9 -31.5/A -2.2/9 5.75 250
Vang~uara Tottld. LB 37,505 20.87 +27.9 -134.6/C -3.2/8 NL 3,000
Va lngul 501. LB 34,504' 78.92 +26.8 435.110 -3.7/C NL 3,000
AmrcnFundjs WAMullnvA m LV '31,TI0 19.57 +24.6 -34.2/B -3c4/C 5.75 250
VanguarilnsIlds LB 29,121 78.41 +26.8 45.0/C 40.6/C NL 5,000,000
Aren Fun.jEurPacGrAm m 28,19 75 + 13 3. A +2. 1A 5.75 2,0

PMO TolReiAam 0 Cl 24,495 10.15 +2.9 +2.4/A +4.9/A NL 5,000,000
Aginh Funds BalA m MA 23,942 13.35 +17.7 -23.7/B -1.1/C 5.75 250
: m rid us I~.Pep : W :: 23,537 18.58 +222 -35.5/A +0.6/A 5.75 250
Amerkajnfunds;8lndA m ;Cl 23,400 10.59 +2.0 -11.6/E +0.4/D 8.75' 250
Fidely Dilvalnl a FG 22,519 20.30 +24.0 -44.7/C -1.0/B NL 2,500
Amelrl':anFundsi rolvA mn LB 21,904. 24.85 +24.2 46.3/D +0.2/A 5.75 250
VaglrWellhn MA 21,223 23.39 +15.0 -23.2/B +1.7/A NL 10,000

eGmwo G 2,2 07+4. 3.1 07A N 2,0
Fakemp-Franklin Income Am CA 20,252. 1.59 +16.2 -29 8/E -0.8/D 4.25 1,000
Vagad500Adml LB 20,046 78.92 26,8 *35.0/C -3.6/C NL 100,000
PMOTotRetA m CI 17,628 10.15 +2.9 +2.2/A +4.71A 3.75 1,000
VagadTotStlAdm LB 17,298 20.87 +27.9 -34.5/C 43.1/B NL \100,000
FdlyMagellan LG 17,229 -48.88 +34.3 -40.71E -5.2/D NL 2,500
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AT&T inc NY 1.64 26.10 -.32 -1.2 -8.4
mAlwapN .12 8.85 +68 + .- 1.4
AutoZone NY ... 161.72 +1.42 +0.9 +16.0
BkofAm NY .04 9.55 +1.95 +25.7 -32.2
BobEvn Nasd .64 25.74 +1.23 +5.0 +26.0
CNBFnPA Nisd .66 10.69 +.22 +2.1 -4.4
CSX NY .88 29.75 +.0 +1.0 -4.4
CmphNY .51 -.02 -3.8 -8.9
Chevron NY 2.60 69.23 -1.25 -1.8 -6.4
Cisco Nasd ... 17.82 -.34 -1.9 +9.3
Citigrp NY .04 3.04 +.19 +t6.7 -54.7
ClcCI NY 1.64 44.9.2~ -7 -5d

FPL Grp .NY 1.89 52.32 -.55 -1.0 +4.0
FamilyDlt NY .54 34.33 +2.43 -+7.6 +31.7
FdthThird Nasd .04 3.58 +.30 +9.1 -56.7
FordM NY:-. 4.24 +.99 +30.5 +85.2
GenElec IQY .40` 11.3 +,39 +3.6-30.1
H~irtfdFn NY .20 10.80+2,06~+2.6.-34.2
HomeDp, NY. .90 '25.90 +:90 +3.6+i12.5
iShEMts'NY .86 .27.95 +60+~2.2~+11.9
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Stock Foolnotes. g = Dvideds rend earnings in Carladen dOllrs n = Does not mea~il col~rdua Instnng standards
if =Late Filig with SEC n er in panl 52 uealks pl Profened rs =Stck has unosrgarle a rever se 5001 split
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Loar must to eart at81 lest5210 De Iled In lables atlati Most Acheres rousI De worth dl ~reat1l Volumr In
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. current~i~is --
Last Pvs-D~ay
Austra la 1.3914 1.4126
Britain 1.46T/ 1.4681
Canada1.2251 1.2380
Euro .7596 .7556
Japan 100.52 99.70
Mexico. 13.0805 'll3.3752
Switzerlnd 1.1559 1.1493
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All oth-
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Discount Rate 0.50 Q:0
Federal Funds Rae .00-.25 ..00-.5
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6-monin 0 38 0 40

30-year3 75 3.57

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AFLAC 1.12 4.5 1018.90-45.6 24.95 ConsolEngy.40 1.5 11 -1.22 -5.4 27,05 rt/trtltrt/t A
AKSteel .20 2.1 ... +A4 +4.0 09.69 ConEd 2.36 6.1 9 -96 -,1 38.89
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AMR ........ +.81 -57.3 4~.56 ConstellEn :.96. .1 ... +.59 -7.5 23.20
A~T&Tinc 1.64 6.3 12 -.32 -8426.10 ICtlAirB ... ...'....4305 -2.2 93.32
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Accenture:..0 1.8 .10 -.33 -15.5 27.71' Cy~pSemi's ....... +.12 +t64.2 '734
AMD ....1 ... ... +.32 +73.6 3.75 DCTindi .32 7.8 68 +:23 -19.2 4.09
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Aldish ... ...s.. .09-350 005Deere -1.12 3.() 9 +.17 -2.2 37.47
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AMovilL ..50 1.6 -... +.46 +1.2 31.37 DarnnBull .07 ... ... +t51-65.8 -8.71: -. 10 0b Ca ital inancial Mi.Corp (888) -328 932 6.50 10.006.00/00 No Quote No Qute
AEagle0 it .40; 2i916 +.90 +c49:4- 13.98 Dlrvrin~ar ..-.1-061.9
AEP 1.64 6.2 8B +.10 -20.7 26.40 Dlr.SCBear ... -3.73 -25.1 35.89
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Anadarko .36 ..8 6 -.29 +12.0 43.18DixCll15 ..+23225 8 0
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Apablie :.60- .9 .34 +.92 -7.5 68.92. Domdescs1.75 5.7 :10.1+.04-115.0 30.48
Aptiny -2.40-33.9 :... +t.67-387; ;708 1)Emmett .40 144 ~... +.75-4$9.8 9.17 .,3. .,
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ArchColli.36 2.4 6 +.40 -6.2 15.28 IDukeEngy .92 6.6l9i;-.P.3 -7.0 .13.96.
ArchDar t .56 2.2 7 --3.05 -10.3 25.85 DLukeRity 1 00 12.1 21 +1.36 -24.8 8.24
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BB&T Cp 1.8 9.3 7 +2.62 -26.0 20.31 EMO Cp .. 20 +.76 426.6 13.25 Natireonwide Mlslnig.Ledigrp (866) 548-6535 16.25 10.00 5.88 / 0.0 15.50 /0.00 N~ro Quote
BHPBillLt 1.64 3.5 ... -2.56 +9.Q 46.78r EIPasoCp 20 2.8 :.. +.27 -10.1 7.04
BJSves .2Q 1.8 6 +.21 -44 1116 EmersonhEll32 4.1 1 +.04 -12.6 32.00
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408 furniture

BEDROOM SET, crea, qtieen
Sized headboard, tall dresser, low .
dresser/miirror, bedside stand. Ask-
ing,$500.00 Call 961-1887

Golden Oak Rectangular table
and chairs. $125.
386-754-9295 or 984 0387

r~ ~DROCP LEAF kiilieii f'able.'~
...:Fonnica & Silver & GSray.
Great condition! $75.00

King size bed. Head board, rolling
frame, mattress &t box springs.
In good shape. $185.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387

Brown w/wood trim.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387

10 Oopbportunities
]FAST GROWING fabrication
shop in north Florida looking for
experienced personnel. Must have
a minimum of 5 to 7 years of fab .
shop e;Epeiience in layout, reading
prints, knowledge of fam shop
equipment, plate rolls, plasma ta-
Sbles, iron works) angle rolls,
brakes and shears: TOP PAY
Call 386-792-3060

Mystery Shoppers earn up to
; $100 per day. Under cover shop_
pers needed to judge retail &
dining establishments. Experience
,NOT req'd. Calll- 888-697-6576.
No exp needed. Training, travel\
Great pay/benefits/ vacation
H& re ulat ra 4 s
Call Mon. Fri (800)342-8123
PART TIME evening
qtiired for Lake City, 5 nights per
week. Experience preferred.
Fax CV to 386-362-6822 .

1 8 Medical
S Employment

8 B1 oue s ifs2 ava le.

Apply in Person at:
Suwannee Heath and Rehab
1620 E. Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32064 -
04.5 0923

Lake City
Counselor IV
Emergency Screener
Staff Psychiatrist
Board Cert ,Adult & Child
Client Relations Specialist
Phones, Appts, Charts
Applicants MUST
regis er wi .
to see our Iud needs

adA nisrtr JAH exEn nce
plus. Resume: Administrator,
P.O. Box 489, Lake City, Fl132056

CHC LABS is hiring for F/T
Med cal La ator Tcuhnologit.
w/ben fits. Fx r sme to:

pr MeE BLoER exe end
reply to Box 04067, C/O The Lake
CityLR porter, RO B20x 1709,

LPN or RN needed P/T
3PM-11PM Lake City Cluster
ICF for Developmentally
Disabled Persons.
673 NW Cluster Drive,

120 't!"3'ent
High volume practice.
Computer skills, billing back-
ground helpful but will train. $13 -
$t4/hr. depending on experience.
Call 888-485-5118

Medical Office is seeking
dependable front & ~back Assistant.
WBl be Checking in and out
patients, & assisting the
Physician. Must have
insurance, collections & coding.
Send resume to: Office Assistant,
SPO Box 2757 Lake City,.FL

Be certified after I day workshop,
hands-on training. Next class
04/1 8/09; cost $200. Call Express
Training @ 386-755-4401
Want to be a CNA? Don't want to
wait? Express'l-aining Services
of Gamnesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam; Prep classes.
Day/Eve classes. Class for 1 week,
certification test the next week-
SClass size is limited. Next class
04/13/09. Call 386-7554401

310 Pets & SupplieS

04530855 -
Avail. Now. REDUjCED $250
A/K/C & Health Certificate.
Call: (386)752-2276

huad n! $2p50.
Paper &r Health Certificate.
2 male, 1 female. Home raised,
POP. Mama CKC Mini-Schnauz-
er, Papa AKC Mini-Poodle. $300.
386-963-1339 .

310 Pets & Supplies
FREE to Good Home. 4 beautiful
. playful kittens. Weaned, litter
trained. Use to bemng loved. Just in
time for Easter. 386-754-4662 -
Swe ks old.
Call for aetil. 38e6 -1717
Florida L~aw 8s28.29 requires dog~:
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and haJve a healthes~ ,
certificate from a licensed
.veterinarian documenting they
have mandatory shots and are
free ftom intestinal and external
parasites. Many species of wild- -
life must be licensed by Florida
Fishi and Wildlife. If you are
unsure, contact the locan
office for information.


Material Handler
Savage Services is seeking a
SFull-Time/Night Shift Trans
''''od& lr fori th- Lake Lar, : !

SCo petitive Pay
9 Complete Benent"
Package. including .
401Ki i
Quarterly hjicentive
Only serious applicants
need to applyi at:
Florida Crown Career Center
1389 US Hwy 90 W. Suite 170
Lake City, Florida 32055

Lake Ciqy Termbnal

866-396-8074 ~

An Easy Method To Quit
Smoking Cigarettes
Phone: (386)935-91`26 or order at
~P.O. Bou "6. O'Brien EL. 32071 .
Inc Slupping & Handling, only
$8.02. Satisfaction Guaranteed. _
SI had a 15 year, three pack a day
habir .Nico~rine free since 1983.

020 Lost a aond

FOUND 4/7/09 PM ISmall, young
terrier/schnauzer at infersection of .
Lake Jeffrey & Nash Rd. No collar
or tags. Call to identify 965-6610

SREWARD: German Shepherd.
Her pal' was found east of town:
Please .report sightings.
57i0-81.4.0 122 or 352-665-0717
photos posted

060 serVICES

riffs, jammin' chords, 30+ years
experience. CALL TODAY
386-438-8017 Kevin

100 Job

Florida Law 828.29 requires dbg~s
and cats being sold th be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate froni a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
have mandatory shots and are
free from intestinal and external
parasites. Many species of w'ild-
life must be licensed by Florida
Fish and Wildlife. If you are
imsure, contact the local
office for information. ,

NICE, COMFY, Lazy Boy.
Adjustable recliner.
Light brown. $75.00
'''386-754-9295 or 984-0387

8 pieces, 6 chairs, round table with
wood top, matching etagre, good
condition, $275. Call 752-6365

414 "&eed craft

SEWING Machine, Kenmore,
In four drawer cabinet.
Call 386-466-0163


Teach biology and microbiology.
Master's degree in appropriate area
related to biology or microbiology; or
Master's degree with minimum of 18
graduate credit hours in course work
centered on the subject area.


Teach mathe tics cr es from
among the following: Developmental
Arithmetic, Beginning and
Intermediate Algebra, College
Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry,
Math for Liberal Arts, Statistics,
and Calculus. Work with others in
Mathematics Department to develop
and revise curriculum.

168 Duty Days Tenured Track
To Commence August 2009
Salary: Based on degree and

Reviwo ap lcton wl egin

Persons interested should
provide College application, vita,
and photocopies of transcripts.
subitdgnwt tran ralstransata n
Position ndea and vacations

w ''".Iaken~cr ccedu
Lake City Community College
149 S.E. College Place
,Lalse City FI 32025-2007

LCCC is accredited by the Commission
on conleges onle, Sourhn, Association
of Colleges aind Schools. VP/ADA/r~
EA/EO College in E~ducation and

4 molth$60i0.00. eeds lts
certificates. 386-984-069't

401 AntiqueS
Furn., China, Silver, Glassware,
ep as ePd.Pete 3G8 -633-262T

408 Filmittlr
BEDROOM SET, 1940's or old-
er. Tall dresser, dressing table,
mirror, bench. bedside stand.
$300~.00. Call961-1887 ~

04530916 '
Certified Southern~ Yellow
Pine Lumber Grader
Day shift, competitive pay &
benefits. CallfGreat South

.38T6 723 7L4um at apt.

se gmig P u sifie di d ivh 1
to assist in acct'g department.
Candidate should ~ossess A/P
A/R, bookkeeping skills. AA
degree preferred in acct'g or
related field, 2+ yrs exp in acct'g
environment, attention to
detail/ability to multitask.
Fax resume w/salary requirement
to 386-487-0021
Attn: HR. DFWP & EOE '

Asphalt & paying

.Driveways parking lots,
patchwor~k Silte Prep.


Pick up unwanted metals, tin,
scrap vehicles,1lawn showers &
more. 386-755-0133 We Recycle.

General Mechanics Services

Allttpso f Iu o 6 uipm t &

Housekeeping. 10 years exp.
-Great references & Great rates
Detail Work!!!
CALL ME! 386-209-0435.

Land ServiceS

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

+~; vou... US... ~i
Posnive Atttude Vanousll Seneaulcs, all and pal~rt m
Dynramic Personallg Benefis Packaoge -
Computer Erpenence Casuall Fun Work Enwomn~met
1152 SW Busmess Pomtl Drive Three raises in the first year! __
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Includes any additional $1.55 per ad for each
Wednesday insertion.

You can call us at 755-5440, Monday through Friday
from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00. p.m.
Some people prefer to place their classified ads in per-.
son, and some ad categories will require prepayment.
Our office is located at 180 East Duval Street.
You can also fax or email your ad copy to the Reporter.

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Classified Department. '
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who reserves the right to edit, reject, or classify all adver-
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checked for.errors by the advertiser on the first day
of publication. Credit for published errors will be allowed
for the first inrsertion' for that portion of the advertisement
which was incorrect. Further, the Publisher shall not be
liable for anjr omission of advertisements ordered to be
published, nor for any general, special or consequential
damages. Advertising language must comply with Federal,
State or local laws regarding the~ prohibition of discrimina-
tion in employment, housing and public accommodations.
Standard abbreviations are acceptable; however, the first
word of each ad ma~y not be abbreviated.

SIn Prnut and Onkine



Due to rapid increases in automotive
Sales, We have openings for
p TOfeSSIOnal Sales COnSultants.

SAn Unlimite eEa nng Potential .
Paid Vacations 5 Day Work Week
401 K, Bonus & Spiff Programs
Health & Life Insurance

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A Terii O~ot ity
Liberty Nainml tuf durance

$100,000+ Earniing Potential,
Benefits, Pension; 401K & BCBS .
Insurahc flor tos~e -h qualify!

Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call 658-5627 ,
br visit ,
2; 2hrs/day, 7 days/week .

Be your BEST, Among the BEST
Florida licensed PTA needed to fill
PT position in LTC .and O/P set.
tings. Must be skilled in all forms
of PT- experience with geriatric
population strongly desired; strong
customer service skills required.
PT~ Housekeeping Staff

PT position mn long-term care set
euvlrt dnni e.dEx pere i
cluding carpets, strongly desired.
IReliable transportation, willing to
woik flexible schedule includingg
weekends), and ability to work mna
teasettmgd wiih health ed staff,

Onsite aaycareAn yf t ess facili-

Peirsonne Office Monday thro4 h
p.m., or~fitx resume/credentials to
(386)658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace/Criminal background
checks required.

Engineering Tech. Construction
Material Testing w/top GEO Tech
firm. ACI Cert., dependable, clean
MVR. Good pay &r benefits. Fax
386-755-8882 or apply in person
366 SW Knox St., Ste. 103.


Lakre City Reporter


Take ADvantage of the
Reporter Classifieds!



10 Alounceents 00 opportunities

710 Unfrnshed Apt.

$499 Moves you in!!/
We Help You Move!!!
200 FREE ChannelS
Washer/Dryer Hook-Ups .
Furnished Apt's Available!
Call Todayr! 386-754-1800
Windsor Arms
2 BR/1 BA with garage.
One on E side of Town and
one on Wside.
1st, last &security.755-6867

Downtown Roca ion, Clean.
S$600 mo, plus Security.
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456

CH/A, W/rl 1o up. pCIvenient '

Efficient. $475/Mo. $300 Dep.
Req'd. Call: 386-755-1937
for Rent.
$800. dep. $

3/2 Brick or d acres with
above ground pooL.
No Pets! $850/mo.
+ $400 deposit.
SFirst andl d positarteq'd.
Rimrock Development
i 755-1 586

710 '"f~urnished Apt.
ONLY $217/mo!!
5%dn 15yrs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782
In Town, 2br/1ba.
$500. mo.
Large Deluxe Apts, 2 BR/1.5 to
2 BA, W of 75, Gar, W/D
hook-up, from $650 + SD. (386)
466-7391, 344-3715, or 965-0276
PRIVATE, QUIET, large. garage
apt. close to VA/DOT w/d con-
nects, cable ready.
Call 755-0819
One month FREE! 2br/1ba from
$550/mo. plus security.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626

720 Fo n~rnished Apts..
1Br Apt For Rent! Fully .
Furnishiedw/washer/dryer. All .
Utilities Pd. $750/Mo. + $300 Sec.
Dep. Near VA. 386-961-0346

$450.- $850 mo 3br/2ba &
4br/3ba. New kitchen cabinets,
w/d hookups, bath upgrade, CH/A.
Call to see (352)505-9264,

~730 Unfurnishedom r ei

17534/2SW Gr cy iw St. #1nO1 -
kitchen, 1-car garage, only
163 SE Plant St. #100 2/1, 900
sq. ft, new carpet &5 pant, eat-in

COHntrySide Estates
Two 3br/2ba homes on 1/2-acre
lots for rent! Eat-in kitchen, 2-
car garage, split br f oor plan,


386-755-0037 or 904-891-3472
2BR/1BA. La ge family room
could be 3rd bedroom,
In town. $850/mo.

3cBR/BFA, 2 ar garage on 1/2
$1.,200/mo. Call for showing
3br/1ba new tub. CH/A, storage
shed. New appl. Utility rm. Near
school, in town. No pets. $
$500. dep..386-752-5948

630 Mob~tileHomes
CLEAN 2/2 SW, private nice
acre, Lk Jeffrey/Moore Rd.
vicinity $450 mo, $7.00 move-in,
No dogs 386.961.9181
DWMH 2br/2ba. LR, Den,
Kitchen, computer room. Side by
side fridge, smooth top self clean-
sy tem O er 10 rsq ft. Fe ised
$1000. mo. mecludes utilities-
Unfurnished neg. 386-965-3477
MHs 4 Rent:
2br/1ba's from $450 & 3br/2ba's .
u e 10 clea.386 -9610 '
Mobile Home(s) 2&3 BR
$350-$575 Monthly.
Listed on
Call 386-755-5488
Mobile Homes for rent in
WhiteSprings. 2 and
3 bedrooms. Contact
386-867-2337 or 397-1522

640 Moble Homes
'93 4BR/2BA SKYLINE 28 X 80,
new showers, fireplace, CHA uit
and power pole, all for $18,000.
You move. 386-365-0052.
2009 3/2, 1,200 sq. ft., modular.
cabinets, crown moulding, many
$39u9p00 I cu es CA kring,
steps, set-up/deliver.
Call Eric at 386-719-5560

Pick a Floo pla an .a Eric to
get a ROCK BOTTOM price.
A j Land Equity A '
SUse your land w/equity to buy a
home w/no money down!
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560

4 TV-Radio &
4 9 Recording
36 INCH RCA w/remote.
Beautiful picture.
$275. obo.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387

420 Wanted to Buy
$500+ for Columbia Co tags
1911-17. Jeff Francis 727 345
6627 email ,
Wanted whole Junk Cars, Trucks,
Vans. $125 CASH! Title needed.
Free PickUp! Call 386-878-9260
After 5pm 386- 7$2-3648

440 Miscell8He0115
Model LG AX245. Flip phone
w/camd a & chargeg s. E 11lent
o nitqn. $; 369134
Buy*Sell*New*Used Items .
Want to Sell something that you
don't need? Want to buy somhe-
thing at great del o onto
Single Pane window. 32"x55"
Never installed. Only $60.
Call Today 386-758-1358 1
Epson Photo Stylus RX600 .
Printer. Print, copy, Scan w/or
w/out computer. 2 extra sets of
ink1 !yr. old. $50. 386-961-9347
4 wheeler in Good Condition.
First $300.obo
386-755-4751 or 965-5176
Rimmn a RSinkASIce Ga c lor
13 1/2" x 8". retails $175. Now
only 4100. Call 386-758-1358.

520 ' eats for s~le
19/5 h1 EMdr kBoat and o ale
Livewell. Sts 3.691,500.
630 Mobile Homes
. rfor Rent
1BR'all utilities included
plus cable. Quiet, close location,
furnished. $450. mo + -
$150 deposit. 386-397-3568
MobileHo eEr Rent. $450

2br/2ba nnits. Rent incl water &:
trash pic ku;.oCo vnient lo akpon
City. 386,623-7547 /386-984-8448
sc2 nDWM 20 ac ced
pet $950/mo + dep. (352)281-8658
3br/2ba DWMH dn 1 ac. private
lot in Ellisviller Available Now!
`:$675'. mo. 1sll lait & $-'50 sec.
'' '' deposit. 356-1-1.' sor '

99' 28" x 56", 3/2 with fireplace, a
MUST SEE! at $36,900 Includes:
CHA, skirting, steps, set-up,
Call Eric@386-719-5560

'99, 14 X OD,3E2%prced to
sell at $19,900. Includes CHA,
Ca1 Eric at 386-7sj 6-
2009 Models starting at onl ,
$21,900 for a 2/2 and $23,900 folr
a 3/2. Call Eric before you buy to
SAVE $1,000's (386)719-5560
h v1eSsT Tmle buru nps rhaem.
1~st time buyers plus government
assistance up to $8000.
Call Eric for Details 386-719-5560
Ifyu owteyutrraed.a athwma
4.75%. ACT FAST tp save. Call
Eric att 386-719-5560

3br 2ba pipae Oren tub
ap hilopuo epl, u~p6T -d3 9

$475 Mo. andl $250 Sec., Water,
Sewer & Garbage incl'd. No Pets.
Call 3-6 15000 386-m 5-945
for details. NeverDunn's RV Parks
8 MobileHomes
Only $5004~1~00 Down,
With Your Land!
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
:Cit 01 38-5-751

including 9. in the GainOSVill9 area

MIAY 7th 11:00 AM
SCOurtyard by Marriott.* Gainesville
Get your next home at the price you set with NO STARTING BIDS. If
you're buying your first home or your 10th, today's housing market~ and
low interest rates make.this an ideal time for you to buy!

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650 Moble,"Home
3BR/2BA MODULAR, 1/2 acre,
dGrert ae, ust Re uc d c.
Rates. $0 Down-Vets. 3% all
others. Approx, $600. mo. fixed.
Call Gay Hamilton 386-758-9824
Unf0 shehd Ap

2 BR R2 $75 E ate i ed.
VISA/MC (386) 755-2423
1/1 w/ office, New Carpet AC,
great downtown loc. $500/mo.
ref.req. + 1st, 1ast & sec.
'-=9856-362-8075 aor386-75;4-2951 '

REAL W~estern Red Cedar
LoggedoHome direct from

100 Pians o choE Fm!
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City, Florida. 386-752-7i751
or 1-800-355-9385

o 5~~3Animals? Need Room?
3276 M1~nuanctu h~o 6
Whute S ring area.

397 w 90 W5st Lake

3br/2ba DW home @ $'250 mo-
$6K dowrn Ph! \ codn.appliances &
moare Home jI Sk & up. Clean
SMary HaImilton;386-963-4000 -

$3,000 down in a cashiers check for each property. 5% premium on
SLcestach sale. All sales su jct to selle 's a~p~p4604 AU3

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$499, MOVES

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Furnis~h~ed Apartm nts Available

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Furnished Apartments Available

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950 cars fr said
94 FORD Taurus.
-4 Dr -AT -PW -Cold AC-
Runs Great. 386-438-4408
$1,800 or Trade for PU
Acur Inter 96d$500.

for listigS
800-366-9813 ext A834
$r Easy Auto Loans
Bad Credit OK- 99% approval
$500.00 down. Call Ken
352-486-1331or 352-949-9098

730 '~Hnk ~dnt
3BR/2BA House. 2 car garage ,
fenced back yard, washer dryer.
$875 mo. No Pets. 1st, last &
deposit. 386-867-1212
3Br/2Ba, Newer Home
off Country Club (near 252),
132 SE Hanover Pl. $900/Mo. +
$900 Dep. No Pets. 386-438-8195
4BR/2BA w/sunroom, I ac,
big yard. Dishwasher & stove.
$1,100. mo. Deposit negotiable-
Effciency Apt. All utilities Incl.
2.5 mi from VA. Pets OK.
Monthly or w 8ky Rentals

RENTAL: 1206 S.W. McFarland
Ave., 3/2 $700 mo., $300 security
deposit. Available May Ist.
(904) 781-8249

740 ~HomsorRent
3BR/2BAEnergy Miser. .
Porches, drivers. Close-in.
$900. mo. Neg. terms.
Call Gary Hamilton. 386-758-9842

7507 BIIinOS &

Office/Warehouse ,
SSpace for Rent
ly0 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Located
behind Hwy Patrol, on
Arlington Blyd, going toward
middle school. 386-752-6806

Space available L&LCommercial
Center. Sisters Welcome Rd.
SCall Donnie Young 352-258-0660
Lease w/Option to buy.~ 1500 sq
ft. office bldg. Zoned comm'1 on
Sports Hall of Fame Dr. Great
location. Close to I-75. O~n approx.
2 acres 386-867-1190
Office Space located at Oakhill
Plaza on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
$700/in~o. plus tax
Call B~ob; 386-752-9086

805 Lots for Sale
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the fair
housing act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex,
disability, familial status or nation-
al origin; or any interition to make
such preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial status
includes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and
people elcurngacustood~yof ch 1-

newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real es-
tate which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ble on an equal opportunity basis,
To complain of discrimination call
ITUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
the toHl hee *
telephone number to the hearing -
impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

810 Home for Sale
3br/2ba 19Iodular, 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
6 Br 3ba! Only $27,900!
Must See, forlistmngs
800-366-9783 ext 7921
REDUCED! Owner Motivated
2br/2ba on 10 ac. iv/garage, 2 out
buildings. $164,900 Will consider
any reasonable offer 386-935-4205

06 Dodge Stratus $7,990
os PT cruiser cony sa,soo
05 Grand Prix V6 $8,990
o7 chevy Cobalt $8,990
oa cobalt LT $9,990
08 PT Cruiser $9,990
06 Malibu Maxx LT $9,990
03 Towncar Exect $10,990
08 Grand Prix V6 $10,990
07 PT Cruiser Tour $9,990
04 Mustang GT $10,990
06 Ford 500 LTD $10,990
08 Chevy impala $11,490
08 Pontiac G6 $11,990
08 PT Cruser Tour $11,990
m7 ontlac G6sI 1,9
or cobalt LT $11,990
07 Ford Mustang $11,990
08 Malibu Classic $11,990
oa chevy HHR $12,490
07 Grand Prix GT $12,990
07 Mustang Leather $12,990
^nAvng breather fj,9
08Sebring onv 1.9
08 Saturn Aura SIR $13,990
08 Dodge Magnum $13,990
07 Dodge Magnum $513,990
07 Mustang conv sis,9eo
Oa chrysler 300 $14,990
08 Dodge Charger $14,990
06 Towncar Sig $ 14,990
08 Malibu LT $15,890
S09 Ford Mustang $15,990
07 Monte Carlo SS $16,990
08 Pontiac GSGXP. $16,990
o8 Sebring Cony LTD $16,990
08 onyser arour $1,9
07 cadillac DTS $18,990
08 Pontlac G6 Cony $19,990
oe cadillac STS 520,990
or charger suRB s28,sso
osouMc1soove s7,9so
03 Dodge Ram Hemi $8,990

04 2500 Frew 4x4 $15,990
07 Dodge 1500 Quad : $15,990
06 Colorado Crew 271 $16,990
oa Frontier crewrV ve sl,ss
08 F150 Xcab V 16,990
08 Tundra Crew $18,990
o cheVy 1500 Crew 518,990
08 Ford F150Crew $619,990
07 Ram Quad 4x4 $19,990
04 F250 Crew4x4 $20,990
07 F150.Crew FX4 $22,990
08 Tundra CrewXSP9 9 27,990
06 Pontiac Torrent $11,990
06 Wrangler Sport
ht HamiDdrive $ti,99
05 Jeep Wrangert $12,990
07 Compass 4x4 $12,990
08 Mazda Tribute $13,990

06 PacmfcacLapather $14,990
05 Explorer Sp Trac $814,990
07 Durango Leather $14,990
08 Jeep Commander $15,990

09 Dodge Journey $ 15,990
07 Highlander $16,890
09 Journey SXT $16,990
07 santa Fe ve sis,9so
08 Pathfinder $16,990
oe Pontiac Torrent sis,9so
08 Toyota Rav4 $16,990
O8. issdaa Xterra 0.:. i,9
08 Dodge Durango $16,990
Oe commander LTD $17,990
08 Honda Element ~$17,990
04 Infiniti QX56 $18,990
08 Explorer Bauer $19,990
07 Saturn Outlook $19,990
08 Highlander V6 $19,990
07 Cadullac SRX $21,990
08 Saturn Oulook $21,990
07 Veracruz LTD $22,990
08 Suburban Lthr $23,990
oa cadillac SRX $23,990
07 Expeditioni.TD` $27,990
08 Infiniti EX35~ $28,9960
08 Acura RDX Nay $29,990
08 BMW X3 $35,990
08 Porshe Cayenne 548;990
cOor caravan cargo $'9,990
06 Kia Sedona LX $10,990
as Town country $10,990
07 Grand Caravan $10,990
07 Hyun Entourage $11,990
08 Uplander LS $11,990
08 Ford E150 Cargo $12,990 .
07 TownCountry $12,990
08 Grand Caravan $1i3,250
as ria Sedona $ 13,990
07 Ford E250 Gargo $14,990
08 Chevy Cargo $14,990
oa Fone a Pass s easso9
06 Ford 15 Pass $ 15,990

laFo 2LP~ass 1,9

07 Odyssey EXL $22,990
07 IDodge Sprinter $29,990
07 HyundaI Accent $8,990

06 Mazdai 61 10,990
08 Nissan Sentra $11,750
07 Kia Spectra $11,990
08 Mits Galant $11,990
08 Toyota Yars $11,990
07 Mazda 5SIR $12,990
08 Hyundai Accent $12,990
08 Hyundai Elantra $12,990
08 Sonata SIR $12,990
03 Mini Cooper $12,990
OS Infinite G35 $12,990
;; W Rabb It1299
08 Toyota Corolla $13,990
04 Mini Cooper $13,990
OB'ioan l~as 51brna
06 Civic Hybrid $14,990
or scon To s 4,9so
aB wcon X 1sre

08 Altima Leather $15,990

09 Corolla LE $15,590
07 Maxima SE $16,990

08 Honda Accord $17,990

06 Jaguar Xtype $17,990


Honda 95 Civic $500!
Police Impounds from $500!
for listings
800-366-9813 ext A760

Re ~re~oatinl

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

'f2 p is ~~~~t.Util. Vehicles

1998 Ford Explorer 2 dr Sport.
Original owner, automatic, runs
good, trans needs reverse, 4.6 liter
V-6 Must sell!! $2400. obo.
386-984-0467 or 386-984-5212
1998 ISUZU
Rodeo, black, auto.,V-6,
good condition. $3,000.00
386-365-3887 -

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;Nichelle Demorest

More tasks

for April.

A~~~pril is a greatoueadi
months to be
outside working
around the

the garden. There are
: always things to do, and
the following are some
suggestions to add to that
overflowing April 'honey
Sdo' list.
You still have time to
Divide and replant clumps
of bulbs oi- perennial
~flowers before the stress
of summer heat. Use,these
divisions to increase your
garden display, start new
planting beds or share
~with friends and neighbors
as pass-along plants. But
mrake sure you aren't
:: .passing along invasive
plants such as lantana,
Japanese honeysuckle or
Mexican petunias.<
Many warml season
crops will still do well if

get into the ground this-
; monthmeclutde toaos,

Soine warn season
. iVegetables such as okra,
eggplant, sourthern~peas,
.~.lima beans~ and sweet


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,, .. ,JASON MATTHEW WALKERIL.AG~ Gity Riepoller
The l-opeful- B ptist Church group will be extending its ministry, yet ~again. The cluster of churches will be adding' English-speaking services known
as- Hopefu'l Baptist Church. East to its Spanish-speaking campus, La Esperanza Igles'ia Bautista. Pictured (from Left) are the Rev. John Wethington orf
La Esperanza; the Rev. Brandon Witt of Hopeful Baptist Church East and the Rev. Rodney Baker of Hopeful Baptist Church main campus.

Hopeful Baptist Churh spreads its wings

SWith: addition of bi-ilinglial ministry

'potatoes have a longer
planting season anid can
'be planted in late spring
or early Sumrmer. For a
complete list of vegetable
planting dates in North
Florida. chck out the
U~F/ IFAS Florida Vegetable
Gardeniilg Guide at http.-//
This is also a good
time to apply mu~lch to
the landscape and to the
glirden. A ~fresh coat of
mulch does wonders for
the landscaping around
your home. The rich,
even color makes the ,
beds look neat, tidy and ~
uniform. Mulch also '
protects the soil and plant
roots from the fluctuations
of temperatures and
relentless summer sun.
Less precious water is lost
through evaporation if
there is a two- to three-inich
,..layer of mulch covering .
the soil. This is also
important in the vegetable'
garden. Organic mulch will
conserve moisture in dry .
weather, minimize weed
seed germination and add
to the organic content of
f"your soil. When applying
mulch, don't let the mulch
rest up against the base of

pltt t checking your
shrubs and. flowers for
aphids. These small insects
are-about '/-inch long and
:ro"""Fal ge o r otark
many shrubs, perennials
and annuals by piercing the
plant tissue and sucking
'::out the plant juices. They
'~,'love to feed on the new
fl ush of plant growththa
is abundant in the early
spring. Some signs of
feeding aphids are curled
Leaves or distorted flowers.
You may aso ~toce
a black sooty mold on
leaves. The mold is caused
by honeydew, which is
the. sticky excretion of
aphids as well as several
:'other small juice sucking
insects. Ants also feed
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T~~he rebirth of sp~ringhpc nhmn
doesn't, only affect
plant and animal life,~
it often alsp has an

perspective as a tiple of new
SThe ministry at Hopeful
Baptist Church hopes spring,
combined with Easter, will
rejuvenate the spirit: of a local '
church that is scheduled to
have its second Easter re-
opening in the past three years.
La Esperaniza, which will also
be known as Hopieful Baptist
East, is scheduled to open
today as the church which
ha's services in two languages,
English and Spaniish.
The church is part, of the
Hopeful Baptist' Church group
of local church facilities. The
Hopeful Baptist Church main
campus is at 289 SE Hopeful
Drive, while the Hopeful Baptist
Church West is at on U.S.
Highway 9'0 West, one miile west
of Interstate 75.
Hopeful Baptist Church main
campus pastor Rodney Baker
expressed a heart of gratefulne~ss
for the privilege of pastoring a
church nrith a hear t to reach all
people with the love of Jesus.
"The mission vision of

In this close-up -of a Spanish version of the Bible, is Luke 24:1, which describes the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Hopeful Baptist is to plant
churches, to bring the hope of
Christ to the world, beginning
:,at home, locally andl spreading
globally vdith. the good niews of
Jesu~s," Baker said. .
:La Esperanza/Hopeful Baptist
East Church, 264l NE Easy

Terrace, will have services in
English at 11 a.m. under the `
Rev. Brandon Witt, then at 7
p.m. Spanish services will be
conducted under the guidance
of the Revt. John Wethington.
Wethington, pastor of La
Esperanza Iglesia Bautista, is

accustomed to new beginnings.
Wethington, 60, began pastoring
two years ago with Spanish
services at La Esperanza, where
he first opened the church on
Easter Sunday in 2007.
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want to take.
Where do you begin?
How can you find out
whether there is a
program that is just right
for you? Who do you talk
to fist? -
A good place to start is
in the Offce ofAdvising
and Student Development
at Lake City Community
College. Our experienced
advisors work with
current students and
help them explorIe career
opportunities, register
for classes, prepare for
Graduation and make
Sinf'ormed decisions about '
their future.'lliese advisors
are also availablesto helpi
you a prospective
student They ivill guide
you through: -the steps to :
becoming .a student again;
beginning with some .
.helpftilltalkr about ~your
career intet-ests,.career
opportuniities, and the
programsas that LCCC offe-s
lin the career field that
appeal to you.
Yobu will find out whch ..a
b areers are in high `
demand, an~d yrou will find '
out which careers mdftch
;your interests and abilities.
With ~that information in
hand, y~ou and your advisor '
can then look over the ~
programs.and .classes thiat ~
are offered atLUCCC and
find the right degree and i"'
major f~r you.
And there is more ,help I
if you need it. Your advisor
can~guidde you through

the admissions process
and get you in touch with
financial aid specialists at
the college. There, you
may find out that you are
eligible for federal financial
aid in the form of grants or
loans; that money can help
you pay for some or all of
the tuition and fees that
are charged by the college.
Its always a good idea to
check out the~financial
aid possibilities before
you decide that a college
degree or certificate is too
expensive and out of your
SOne of t~he attractions I
of a small, local college
like Lake City Commutnityl
College i's the personal
attention that you will'
receive firom the staff and
faculty. We understand that
the prospect of going to
or: going back to college
can be daunting and
difficult, so v~ie try to take '
the intimidation out of the
We really are hiere ~to .
:help you succeed as yoqu_;
purstie your personstan~id
educational goals, so ~give
us a chance. Contact the
Office of ACdvising and
Student Development by
telephone, or go lit person:
talk to an a visor and get
started on that dream.
SMcLaughlin is the

suon revelfopn sd tadke
City Community College.
She can be reached at
melaughlinm Qlakecitycc. edu :
or by calling (386) 754-4422.

you are
"too old"
to learn.
Are you
~that you
might not
Mc~auhlin be able
Mc~auhlinto do the
work because: you are not
smart enough? Is the cost
of going back to school a
real roadblocks when
just paying the rent, buying
> the groceries and keeping
enough gasoline in your.
car is difficult enough?
S- If any of these fears .
sound familiar to, you,
you are mt good company. -
Some of our: current
students once fe~lt the
same way you d$. hI fait,
some of thre graduates~
w vho will walki across the
Lake~ City Community
College graduation stage
on May 8 once felt the~ I
samle way yoil do.
But, those fears don't :
.have to have a life of their '
-own. Cha~nces are you do
have thie right amount
of life ~experience to be
a simoitivated, responsible
student. Chances are you
do hav jttst the right
combination of 'smarts
to read the textbooks,
`' omplete the assignment,
and take the tests.
Chances are, this is the
Right time to apply for ~
admissiono, talk with an .
advisor, and find out about
financial aid that will help :
pay for the classes you ,.'

Coordinator advising and
student development

about going
back to
H ~~~college? av y b e
Are you between jobs or
recently laid-offP Have
you hit a dead end in your
career because you don't
have the latest training?
Do you have to go (back)
to work because of a death
or a divorce? Is it your
dream to fimish atwo-year
degree, so that you can go
on for a bachelor's degree
at one' of the colleges
or universities in North
SIf ydu have answered
q ostonsti cou be
the right time to check out
the education and training
that isiavailable right here
at your own 'h mtw
ollg "on LaemCi ~
Community College.
With a variety of
certificate and associate
degreecprograms mn
everything ~fromi landscape
technology and welding
to nursing and physical ~
therapy to computer .'
programming andcl
business addlinistr~ition
LCCC can offer you the
advanced knowledge
skills and training that wvill
help you improve your
career prospects.
Perhaps you have been
held back by fears that

Jenifer Marie Browri and Matthugh Owen Garbett

Lake City.
The wedding is planned
for 5 p.m. Saturday, April 25,
2009, at Brown's Farm. A
recewpnion will ollow, also~at
Jenifer is a registered
nurse at Shands Lakte Shore
Matthugn Is a firehighler
with the Columbia Counly
Fire Department.


From staff reports

Get out your beacliwear
and coined on over to Lake
City Community College.
Summer officially kicks
off two months early as
"An Eveiling with 'Del
Suggs" comes to the' Levy
Performitig Art~s 'Ceiter` at
7:30 p.m. Friday. -
The Suggs~concert is the
last show for the college's
2008-09 Lyceum Series.
Suggs, dubbed "The
Tallahassee Troubadour,"
is one of Florida's premier
performers, a singer-song-
writer-guitarist who was
indicted into the National
Campus' Entertainment
'Hall of Fame in 2001 and
was named "The Very Dest

"Del is an extremely pop-
ular performer, especially
on circuits, and
we were so lucky to get
him for a show here," said
Maifk Kirby, coordinator of
the Le@; Performin~g Arts
Center at LCCC.
.I saw his act at the
rFlorida Folk Festival in
White Springs last May and
he was terrific. After his
showT met him and he was
an extremely mece guy. I
knew he'd be perfect for a
show at LCCC.
Among his solo albums
are "Living Deliberately,"
"Floating on the Surface,"
"LIVE" and "Wooden Boat."
Suggs is best known for
his unique style, which he
calls "saltwater music."
And just what is saltwa- .

ter mtisic?
. to Stiggs,
it's a com-
4 binatio~n
of acous-
e tic 'rock,
pop, blues,.
Suggs and folk
musid,..with a ~sunburq!
After people hear me play
they understand wihat I
mean. And although some
of mjr music is about the
coast, it's really more of a
feeling than a 'subject. "
Although he has, been
featured on eight albums
and numerous' radio shows
and public television con-
cert specials, Suggs espe-
cially enjoys performing at
colleges and universities,

"Del has played ~more
than 800 college concerts
and I'm so happy to be able
'for him to` add LCCC to
his list," Kirby said. "He's
instantly likeable I think
it may be the walrus~ mus-
tache and performs one
heck of a show. I know the
concert will be on Friday
night, after a long week, but
Del's show is just the thing
for audience relaxation.
You'll leirve feeling totally
entertained and refreshedl.
So don't stay home--come
see this performance!"
For reservations or
iriformation call the Levy
Performing Arts Center.
box office at 754-4340.
Prices are $15 for adults,
$14 for seniors (age 55 and
over), and $13 for LCCC
staff and students.

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tahpepeonachgmentd nd
heir daughter, Jenifer Marie
Brown, of Lake City, to
Matthugh Owen Garbett,
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will soon be starring
in "Harold an~d
Kumar: Go to the
White House," the .
third movie' in~the "Harold
and Kuniar" series that
stardS Penn and John Cho.
': Unfortunately, his old
cast mate won't be making ~
an the :
upcoming ~flick Cho, .
Swho portrayed Harold in
:~-'`.the series' of fims based on -
smoking marijuana, will be .

haSgon bforee aoad
the Starship Enterp'rise for .
the new "Star Trek"' movie.
~-:S~o the film~m'will.only star
~.Penn, who as Kumnar, will
attempt to go to work in
President Barack Obamna's
administration, instead get
distracted, smoke some
weed and later be dropped
off in Guantanamo Bay
where' he'll likely smoke
soine more weed.

36-year-old author says it was
Worth the 10-year wait to get
his fist novel into print.
trioberts@lakecityreporter. com

than a decade to get his debut novel,
"The Name of the~ Wind," published, but
it was wdrrth the wait. -
The novel, a New York Times Best.
Seller and winner of the 2007 Quill Award ~
for best Sci-Fi/Fantasyr book,.is.the first
in the "Kingksiller Chronicle" .trilogyj. The
series serves as an autobiography: of sorts
of a famous wizard and inu~sician named ~
Kvothe pronouncedd "Qguohe," according to
Rothfuss).; After gaining notoriety at a young
age, Kvothe disappears ~from public life for
many years. He is eventually tracked down to a
b~ ackwater inn by 'a storyteller, who after somy
Persuasion, convinces Kvothe to recou'nt thie
story of his life. '
An English professor at the University !of
:Wisconsin at Steviens Point, the 36~-year -ld
author is busy at work on the second
book in th~e series,' "The
Wise Man's Fear," which
also will be published by ~
DAW Books, a subsidiary
of Penguin Group. $

Troyr Roberts: You'r '
an English teacher and a
~published author, so I'm
going' to assume that you
have a love~ for the written
word. And as very few p~eop~le
get into teaching or writing
for the money, there had to be
somethinIg else that sparked .
that passion. What was it?
Pat Rothifuss: I went to college for a long
time. A long time. I spent nine years as an
undergraduate. I really enjoyed college. I
had one semester when I was taking four ,
high-level classes in different disciplines. ~
Philosophy, psychology, creative writing and
history. It occurred to me that each of these
teachers had been teaching for years, decades
event And they were all having a great time. It
occurred to me then thmt that was something I
could maybe do. " .--
TR: "The Name -of the Wind" won the Quill
Awar~d; and yo~u were~ nominated for the Locus
Award, biit along the ;way yo~u received a
number of rejection letters when shopping this
book around. How long did it take you to get '
th~e frst book published?
PR: It was 14 years from when I started the,
Book to wvhen it actually hit the shelves.

TR- How difficult was it to remains optimistic
during this timne, and wei~e the award
nomiiiations a type of validation: for you after
:all that time?
S:PR: Y'ou assume thatI~was optimistic at the
lieginnitig. I wasn't. I never really assumed
that the book ivould get published. I'm not ~an
idiot. I knew the odds were against me. I hope
it might getriuublished. Maybe. Sdmeday. But I
-knew that the deck was stacked against nie. So
I didn't worry about it too much and just got
on with writing. it,
~:As for't~he awards. Nothing has been so
affir~ming- as the recognition I've had from the
:I'-ALA (American Library Association).I got
the Alex award from them~. And I was their -
Fantasy pick for best genre ~fiction of 2007.
Thafs flattering. When the librarians give irou
.awards, you knoiv you're doing something
TR: You use a unique~ form of storytelling
in '"The Nanrie of the Wind,!' Readers aire, able
o~b see the life of Kvothe from a first-person
perspectiire, told in the form of a spoken
autobiography. Was it your initial inkling to
telithe story in this ~way, or did the story just
evolve into that style? And how difficult was it
to create an entire world from the perspective
of just one, rather than the traditional third.
person omniscient or limited-omniscient form '
of storytelling? ~
PRi: Everyone always goes on about how
odd the.storytelling form is. Like nobody
has ever heard story told -in the first person.
Th~e truth is, ifs the most natural form of
storytelling there is. We see a friend and we

Pat Rothifuss,~ author of 'The Name of the Wind,
says he spent nine years as an undergraduate in
college. His fist novel is the first in a trilogy.
say, ~"I almost got! hit by a truck today." We '
do' hid be ind thr eson. Ye~Sre.

what? What do~ I care about that? I'm just
looking to tell a story.

TR: Many writers fo~us much of thek
effort on character development, often
'ignoring the character's surroundings
**and the world in which thiey live. But in
"The Name of the Wind,'' the~ world~ itself
is complex enough to almost be a character in
itself. Oljviously creating a world as elabor-ate
as the one you've crafted doesn't happed
overnight, but how much, time ~do' you devote
.to the world itself when you're writing?.
PR: An obscene amount of time. A truly
ridiculous, weird amount of time. But I enjoy it.
It's like a hobby. If I didritt enjoy it, I wouldn't
spend nearly so muc~h time at it.
TR: I understand that all three books. of the
"K~ing killer C'hronicles" wrere written at the
time of the publication of "The Name of the. -
TWind." How has the success of the first book
changed the final twdi books in the series?
PR: Well, you see, there's finished anid
then there's finished. I'm a milichi better writer
now than I was when I finished the series the
fist time. So there's a lot mn there that `I can
improve now that I know what I'm .doing as a
writer. .

TIR: Do you have a partiCdCular time of~ day
you find best for writing? A particular placee?
How long do yrou write each day?
SPR: ~Lately I've been trying to meet a i
deadline, so I've been trying to write for
eight hours a daiy. It doesn't always happen.
Yesterday it did though. ~And the daiy before
was good too, I wrote for 10 hours. Good days.
I can write at pretty much any time, but I'm
mostly, a night owl.

TRi: If someone came to you and told you
that you could no longer write fantasy books,
whjat genre would you want to explore
PR: Everyone is so tan~gled up with the
genre' issub these days. They're so eager to
''label a book one thing or another. Fantasy.
Epic fantasy. Urban fantasy. Literature.
Romance. It's just bull**** in my opinion.
I'm a storyteller. The end. Ninety percent
of everything Shakespeare virrote could be
considered fantasy. Hamlet has a ghost in it.

TR: I've noticed that a lot of fantasy and
'science fictioil writers yourself, George R.R
Martin, Robert Jordan, among others have
magnificent beards. Is this a requirement to
be an excellent writer, and if so, would you
suggest that budding fantasy writers stop
PR: Some pfiblishing contracts actually
have stipulations stating that the author can
~only shave so many times a year. The truth is,
I expect that most fantasy writers have better
things to do with their time than drag a knife
over their face twice a day..I know that's why I
have a beard.
Plus, y'know, if s sexy as hell.

Oh, what's that?
Th'is isn't the plot
the ne~w'Harorld
and Kumar' movie?
Kal Peon is really ~

goin ~to~the
White House '


Following the plots~af
Sthe previofts two niovies,
I'm venturing that this: will
be pretty accurate.
Oh, whafs that? This
S isn't the plot the ne~w
"'Hariold and Kumar"'
th~ovie? Kal Penn is really
Going to'the White House?
Iwas shocked when I
read that Penn~had been
,chosen as the associate
Sdirecto~r for pbanzia's office
of public liaison. There was
an obvious reason~ for his .
Scliaract~er's quick exit on
Fox's "House" last week,
Sbut if you would have told
me thilt it was because of a
government job, I wouldn't `
.have believed you.
Andi, yes,.it is because I
finda it dffcul~to sepaiarae
the acto'i- from his television
and movie roles. I know
Sif~s wrong most actors
ar-e very different from
the~ roles ~they portray on
TT- but when I see Kal
IPenn, l iiamediately think
Whitk Castle: hamburgers ~
and mnarijuania. An~d it isn't
just his role as the weed-
loving Kumat that makes
me think that -it:s his -
role's in the' "Vau Wilder"
movies (the second of
Which I have avoided), the
'box art for "Du~de, Where's
the Party?" which depicts
Penn holding up a pair of
women's undei-wear that
read "Bottoms U~p," and just
for appearing in "'Malibu's
Most Wanted," one~ ofthe
worst fims that has ~ever

Eem .his character on
"House," Lawrence K~utner,
was a little eccentric and
disoriented, so forgive me
: if I find it difficult tosee
him in any other role.
But hopefully that will
change. And if not, and he's
Still Kumar in my mind,
what does it matter?
I still see California's .
(.-governor as robot` .
sent from the future' to
exterminate the human
STroy Roberts covers
entertainment for the
:' Lake Cit~y Reporter:


1. "Eclipse" by Stephenie. Meyer (Little,
Brown Books for Young Readers)
2. "Breaking Dawn" by Stephenie Meyer
(Little, -Brown Books for Young Readers)
3. "Long Lost" Harian Coben (Dutton
4. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last
Straw" by Jeff Kinney (Amulet)
5. "Max" by James Patterson (Little,
Br nDir Co Wm py Kid: Rodrick Rules"
by Jeff Kinney (Amulet Books)
7. "New Moon" by Stephenie Meyer
(Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)
8. "The Host" by Stephenie Meyer (Little,
9. "City Of Glass" by Cassandra Clare
(Margaret K. McElderry)
10. "blunted" by P.C. Cast and Kristin
Cast (St. Martin's Press)
'11'. "Twiight" by Stephenie Meyer (Little,
Brown Books for Young Readers)
12. "D'iary of a Wimpy Kid"' by Jeff
Kinney (Amulet)
13. "Handle with Care: A Novel" by Jodi
Picoult (Aitria)
14. "The Associate" by John Grisham
15. "True Detectives" by Jonathan
Kellerman (Ballantine Books).

:1. "L..bei-ty andjTyranny: .A Conservative
M ni sto" by Mark R. Levin (Threshold
2. "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man:
What Men Really Think About Love,
Re'lationshiips, Intimacy, and Commitm~ent"
by Steve Harvey (Amistad)
3. "Always Looking' Up" by Michael J.
Fox (Hypierion)
4. "Outliers: The Story of Success" by
M~alcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown)
5. "Twilight: Director's Notebook"' by
Catheyrire Hardwicke (Little, Brown for
Young Readers)
6. "StrengthsFinder 2.0: A New and
Upgraded Edition of the Online Test from
.Gallup's Now, Discover Your Strengths" by
Toim Rath (Gallup Press)
7. "House of Cards" by William D.. Cohan
8. "Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of
Crafts" byj Martha Stewiart. Living Magazine
(Potter Craft) .;
9. "The Yankee Years" by Joe Torre and
Tom 'Ver ucci (D~oubleday Rn
SPa~usch, Je frt Zasluw (H pjerion)
11. "The Secret" by Rhonda Byrne
(Simort & Schuster)
12. "A L~ion Called Christian: The True
:Stojiyof the Remarkable Bond between
STwo Priends and a Lion"' by ~Anthony
Bourke, John Rendall (Broadway)
13. "Peaks and ~Valleys" by Spencer
Johnson (Atria)
S14. "Lost Cityl of Z: A Tale of Deadly
'Obs'ession in the Amazori" by David Grann
1'5. "A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity" by,
Bill O'Re'illy (Broadway)
The Wall Street Journal's list reflects
nationwide sales of hardcover books dur-
in he we~e er ed las Saturday a more.
Bookland, Books-a-Million, Books & Co.,
Bok tar Bo ertoph ors,IBnanyT is,
anid Waldenbooks stores, as well as sales
from online -retailers and

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"Rise Up, Oh Men of God"
by Kenneth Jennings is one
of the religious songs. "The
'Longest Time" by Bily Joel
is among the contemporary
There are going to be two
barber shop quartets. Gerber
said he is certain the audience
will be pleased with the work
by the two universities' men's
glee clubs. .
Concert-goers may wear
school colors.
The concert is free and a
reception will follow.

to last just over an hour, said
Larry Gerber,~ director of the
FSU Men's Glee Club, Billy
Baker and Paul Mayhew are
assistant directors and Andrew
Focks is the aiccompanist.
Mihoko Tsutsumi, UF ,
Men's Glee Club director, is
leading that set of singers with
Ibai Basabe as accompanist.
The groups are scheduled to
sing spiritual music as well as
contemporary songs. Both sets
of singers are slated to present
a medley of fight songs repre-
sentative of both universities;.

jhardison@lakecityreporter. com
The 12th Annual Fi-iends .
~of Music Concert Series ends
this season with~ arch rivals
singing together at a church.
The University of Florida
and Florida State University
men's glee clubs are slated to
fill. First Presbyterian Church,
697 Baya Drive, with harmony
starting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Baya Pharmacy is the
corporate sponsor.
The' concert is expected


SundayApril I2, 2009

Worth the wait

F ee pe-school .VFW 'Post 2206
screening~s scheduled ` hosts Bingo


Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424

STo submit your Community
Calendar item, contact Jeff
Hardison at 754-0426 or by
e-mail at ihardison @

nsiH ory s Mys~~teries
This photo resides in the extensive collection at the Lake! City Colu~mbia County Historical Museurr.: Unfortunately, m;useur
staff doesn't know who these folks are. Do you? If sq, help preserve the past for our children and grandchildren bjy calling
(6 365-5619-oi #-mailing john@johnstanford. com. ,

Call screeningss Are available
for children aged 3 to~
S4 years and 6 months.
Screenings aire set for' 10
reet a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on A~pri
15 at thie Columbia Coun
.Administ~rative Complex,
s and -Building 2AiI children wi
mI. screened in hearing, visic
of the motor skill development,
dical speechh development and
,ck concepts. Call Columbia
County Student Services
(386) 755-8050 or Jo inr
tLaseter at (800) 227-005
Woman's Club to hol
unity monthly luncheon
TI e Woman's Club of
14 La~keCity is continuing It!
,i. 'effort to raise money to
~by -renovate the kitchen of t~
clubhouse on Hernando
Strheee. TehdeApril luncheo
ol rnj~. Wednesday; a mr ai
;day beans with rice, cornbread
school esasde ~r thob srn? .
meet L rch~sa bean i
55 :auknen ou r~d li ea en
ier. Call Kay Poltorak at
it (386) 7 9-9232.

134 Forest La n Way. (
(386) 752-5001.
Prostate cancer
Support group to m
A support group for
prostate cancer patient!
survivors rneets at 7 p.r
every second Tuesday
month at L~ake Cityi Mec
~Center. Call Ron, Peaco
(386) 365-1359.

::,the Floridba Criown Career
Center and the Richardson
Communlity Center/Annie I
SMattox Park North Advisory
SCouncil to offer Volunteer
Income Tax Assistance
(VITA). VITA offers free tax
preparation, 'provided by
,IRS certified volunteers,
::for people with a low to '
Smoderaite :incqme, (generally,
$40,000 and' below). The
VITA sites will be offering
free electronic filing (e-filing)
VITA sites can assist many .
taxpayers. United Way
.of Suwannee Valley will
: schedule all appointments.
Call Jenn S~awyer or Tony I
'Lee, VIlTA Coorpinators, .;
United Wiay of Suwannee
Valley, (386) 152-5604,t to
schedule an ap;qolptment..:

-Thesida ,A rH 14

Ceonedr M~aed at
First Presbyterian .
TIhe University of Florida
and Florida State University
men's glee clubs are
scheduled to perform at First
i:Presbyterian Church, 697
SW Baya Drive. The concert
Starts at 7:30 p.m. on April
14. It is the final concert
I :of the season, presented
f.Tb pnied 610. Msc ti'
Areceptiori will follo -
Admission is free and open
:to the public. Attenders may
Swear school colors. Call Bill
Poplin at (386) 365-4932.

'at the Coblumbia G~ounty
Public Lib~rary's maid branch
in downtown Lake City.. .
County Commissioner Ron
Willianils is the scheduled
speaker. .He will to talk about l
bis family's: 150-years legacy
in the aiea: The m~eeing is ~
:free -and opein to the public. .
Caill Sean McMah'on at
754-4293 or at mcmahons@
lakecitycc. edu.

~A self-help group .~
facilitated byS Life Coach
.~.Jadee Holmberg will explore
op' ltions for what's:Loext..lIt
is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
~-every Tuesday at Fort White
TowFn Hall. There, is no
charge. Call (386) 497-3223;

Ki sClub mneetst ~
M' atWomen's Cluib
~The Kiwanis Club of I.ake
City .meets .at nopp every
Tuesday at the Wo'men's
Clu~b; 257SE Hernando Ave.
'`Call (386) 365-8747,
or Dennis Smith at
(386) 365-8747:'i .

thuns Club meets

f~e'ak CtyCmr
Colhe tae Ditityb~omr
trustees is slated to
mrieet' at 4 p rit. ~on April
:in the LCOC Board Roo
SThe board is appointed
Sthie governor for a
four-year term..

Undoiin Coiunty Schio
SBoardl to meet T~ues
~The Union County Sc
Board is scheduled to n
Sat 6 p.m.' on April 14 at
SW Sixth St., I.ake Bulf
There is a workshop se
fo'r 5:30 p m. on the sar
dqt'e ahd at the sam~ p
The meeting -is opert~to

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atro natst E ks Cbda309
NE` Hernando Ave. Visiting
members and guests:are '
welcome. .Call Steve' Smith
at (386) 758-9990.


D he Rbnta~ry Cl rtj o
meets at 7:15 a.m. each
'Wed~nesday in the LifeStyle
Enrichment Center, 628 SE
Allison Court. Call 755-7969.

The Lae ity a nsCub -
meets at the Guangdong
Chinese Restaurant in the
Lake City Mall at 7 p.m.
every Tuesday. Call
752-2612 'or (386) 497-3536.

ce nes acl~ y, l pri
Free pre-s Chol l
screenings schedu~led
Free pre-school

Free pre-schaoof
screenings are available
for children aged ~3 to
4 years and 6 months.
Screenings are set for 10 5:30 p.m. on April
1'4 agt the Columbia County
Administrative 'Complex,
~Building 2. All children will. be
screenedd in hearing, vision,
rnotor skill development
speech development and:
bonce'pts. Parents interested
in the Voluntary Pre-K, Head
Start or subjsidized child care
:: programs rnay obtain details
at these screenings too.
Call Columbia COunty
;Student Services at
(386) 755-8050 or Jo Ann
tLaseter at (-800) 227-0059.

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

Historical Society to
.meet at main library
The Collumnbia County
Historical Society has
scheduled its quarterly
Meeting for 7 p.m. Tuesday

\ VFW Post P226 hosts
SBingo 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, .at

China, Crystal,
Flativare and Gifts

Couples registered:
Jackie Jennings
Brian Vickers
june 6, 2009.
Shannon Harden
Dustin Parrish
:juric 13; 2009
Lisa Cruz
Benjamin Swisher
/uly 11, 2009
We know exactly what
they lvant in d wedding
or shower gift. We update
their list as gifts are
purchased, and gift wrap.

156 N. Marion Ave.
Lake City


Today, April 12
City~ park to ~have
Easter sunrise service
An Easter sunrise service
i .is scheduled to be at the
Gazebo in Olustee Park in
~:' downtown Lake City starting
at 7 a.m. Sunday, said
Pastor San! Taylor of First
Assembly of God Church.
The' Rev. Nick Hanrwell of Life
Church of Lake City is the
~~guest preacher. There,will
be special music, including:
soloist Aud~re' Washington of
Miracle, Tabernacle Church
of Lak~e City. The public is
invited and there will be free
'.::~ donuts ahd Coffee.

State park,to have
Easter sunrise service .
-The Florida. Department oi
Environmental Protection's
: Stephen Foster Folk Cullture
'Center State Park will host ,
the 42nd Easter Sunrise
Service frorit: 6:15 `a m: to
8~ a~m. on April 12 on the
Ilawn of the CarillorPiTower `
Visitors will celebrate the
Easter season with an
inspirational prograrn of
songs and devotionals.
Area ministers, choirs and
Ssoloists will take part in the
I~annulal event. Park gates ?
will opbn at.6:15 a~m. and~ '
the event is tree to all who
Attend. Refreshments will be
i served following the service.
Call (386) 397-4331 or visit

Monday, April 13
'Republican women to ':
: meet at Guangdong
The Columbia Federated
Republican Women have
i; 'schedlued their monthly
meeting for 6:30 p.m. on '
April 13 in Guangdong
Restaurant in the Lake
City Mail. All registered
Republican wornen are '
welcome. C-all Gayle Cannon
at (386) 303-2616.

Womiens Cancer; :
uppuprt~ Grou to meet
The Wo~men's C~aniceh :
Support Group of Lake City '
:' (formerly Breast Cancer
c upond Ghroup)iv aeds aa
.-kind of cancer to come to
the ~meeting from 5:30 to
6:30 p.m. onApril 13 at
Baya Pharmacy East, 780
SE Baya Drive. For more
information, call Marcelle
Bedenbaugh at (386-755-
3871 or Joan Restall at 386-

Florid~a Trail Association
.;to meet at district offce
The Suwannee Chapter of
~:the Florida Trail Association
is scheduled to hold its
monthly meeting on from
~~ ~~7 to 9 p.m. on April 13 at
: the Suwannee River Water ':
Management District Office
(:: on U.S. Highway 90 and
Suwarinee County, Road 49,
two miles east:of Live Oak.
SThe public is welcome. The
:program will teature' Rudy
]`: Howell, retired 'Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation ~
Commission officers.
Contact Sybria Dunlriamn '
(386) '362-3256, dunnanms@, Donna Ellis,

Easter egg huint
scheduled at Post 322

322 ,6 TNEL Wahinn St.
has schedueld an Easter
egg hunt for 5 I.m. to. ~ f
6':30 lillondlay. AII
children aged.1 through 11
are invited. 'Refreshements
will be served. '

AARP t~ax' assistance
:at Southside Center :
SThere is assistance to
file federal tax returris for
any taxpayer with low- to :
moderate- income, $40,000
or less. There is no need
to be elderly. From 10 a.m
to 1 p.En. every Mondaay
and Thursday at SouthSide
Recreation Center in Lake
City., Bring photo I'D and

all of thatmaterial hormally
required to file annual tax.
returns with the Internal
Revenue Seirvice.

VITA offers free
tax preparation:
United Way' of Suwannee
Valley, in.collaboration with
the IRS, has. partnered! with

'Tea Party' scheduled
in 01ustee Park
A group of people have
organized a gathering
to show support for less
government spending. The
event is called a "TEA!
party, in reference to "Taxed
Enough Already." It is set to
be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. Wednesday in Olustee
Park. Call (386) 365-2821 or

Thursday, April 16`
Free pre-school
Screenings scheduled
Free pre-school
.screenings are available for:
childdmn agtd s 3to e e ar
are set for 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
on April 16 at the Fort White
Elementary School. All
children will be screened
ini hearing, ~vision, motor
.skill development, speech~
..development and concepts.
Call Columbia County
Student S'ervices at :
(38'6) 755-8050 or Jo Ann
Laseter at (800) 227-0059.

PHOTO St~ate park holdsanimal
folklore ivorktshop ,
An owl workshop is set to
m be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
on April 16 at Stephen Foster
Folk Culture Center in White
:'Springs. It is an installment
of a series of Animal Wisdom
Workshops. Workshop fees
are~ $25 per class. Pre-
r gistr~atlori s required. Call
l ( 86) 9-20
ty Beauy pageant and
ll be baby contest sccheduled
onAmerica's Gover Miss and
Cover Boy USA Pageant is
scheduled to be held with
registration at 6 p.m. and the
atpageant at 7 p.m. on Apri!l 1
nin the~ Lake City Mail. There
9are eight-age divisibns for
dgirls from newborn to 25
years old. There are two age
groups for boys aged from
Newborn to 2 years old '

s_: Retiredseducastoryt
he meet ~at annex
The Columbia County
n is Retired Educators have
ndcpheduled ar me6n ate
Id, :School Boar'd Complex
Annex, room' 130.. The group
meets the third Thursdaiy of
,each month, although it does
not meet in the summer.
Call (386) 752-6005

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Possibilities self-help LC or d a
group meets:Tuesdays' LCC bosard tom

Rotary Club to meet
Rotary Club Downtown at Elks Club
to meet at LifeStyle
e hT Rotary Club of Lak

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"'Hopeful Baptist
originally got the property
for a Sp~anish Church,
b~ut~ at the same time they
were considering other
uses for it," he said. "Now
we've been ~able to add
an English service this
Since 2005 Wethington
has been a pastor and he's
only worked in Spanish.
Wethington, along with :
wife Mary, ~first began
Sp~anish services by :
hosting a Spanish Bible
study group in their home.
Witt; 27, will pastor the
English services. He's
been an ordained pastor
since 2008 and is formerly
the youth minister at the
Hopeful Baptist Chiurch
main campus. His call to .
, JOinI the miinistry began
wvith a life changing

In 2004 Witt was struck
by a train car while at work
in an accident that broke
his back and left him laid-
up for several months.
"God really used .
that accident to get my
attention," he said. "I'd felt
like God had been calling
me to get involved in the
ministry for a long time,
I just never really took on
that call."
He said about a year
after the acciderit his call
to join the ministry grew
so strong he couldn't resist

S"I felt God was leading
me,"l Witt said. "John~ and
Mary had just started the
Spanish miniistry and there
was a need for an English
ministry for the adults.
I just felt thtie Holy Spirit,
of God convict me that I
needed to be here."'

Witt started out at the
church as the children's
pastor for the Spanish
and the English services,
which led to him leading
an adult class.
Witt is married to Kellie
Witt and they have a
4-year-old son, Waylon.
He said evangelist Tim
Lee visited Hopeful
Baptist and inspired h~im
to be a pastor.
~Baker, Wethington
and Writt said there is no
competition among them
for members and the goal
.is to i-eiach the community
throrigh Christ.
The word 'Gospel' in
Greek means good news
and the good news is the
death, 'the burial and the
resurrection of Jesus,"
B'aker said. "Easter is
defnitely. a great day to=

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on honeydew, so if you
see any ant activity on a
plant, check under leaves
and along new shoots for
feedirig aphids. To learn
more about aphids, go to
http: 'edis. fas.,
MlG002 .
Many homeowners
prefer to remove aphids
and suppress populations
by simply spraying the
insects off with the garden
hose. Once they are
washed of f, they won't be
able to make their way
back to the plants. Another
environmentally friendly
way to control aphids is
with the use of insecticidal
soaps. These soaps can
safely be applied at weekly
inter vals, if needed.
There are many chemical
controls of aphids for use
by~ homeowners, including
products containing
neemtoil, carbaryl and
malathion. A drastrback

to using chemicals is the
probability~ of also killing
beneficial insects. Always
use insecticides according
to the directions on the
Master gardeners
are available at the UrF/
IFAS Extension Office
on Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday mornings to
answer your gardening
questions or call 752-5384.
SCome to the
Columbia Coun ty Library
in downtown Lake City;
at 1 p.m. Saturday for a:
workshop on "'How to
Gro~w a Healthy Lawn."
And don't miss the annual
plant sale at the Extension
Office on 191ay 2.

MNichelle D~emorest is a
horticulture agent \With the
Columbia Chunty Extension
of the University of Florida
Institute of Food and
Agricultural Science s.

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