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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
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Language: English
Creator: Lake City reporter
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City, Fla
Publication Date: April 15, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Wednesday, April I 5, 2009 ; www.Iakecityreporter.com Vol. I 35, No. 78 75 cents


IF YOU; GO ~
m. Founderq' Day Festival set for
9. oor tc[6 p.ni .Saturdaj, at
M~emoril-l1 Stadium
S.th courthouse, steps Tuesday
evening.
mote -Four officials from founding
ival, families were unable to attend
i. on the pjhoto session.
ium,- Foundingfamilies of Columbia
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JASON MATTHEW WALKERILj9; IOr, Pr-porter
The Santa Fe River rises up
on a stop sign Tuesday in the
Three Rivers Estates.

Santa: Fe'

flOWS over

banks :at


08Botin"g reStrctd
On all ~five zones of
SStiwannlee River.

SBy JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison;~ilakc~rqre~porter.cqm
FORT WHITE ~The
Santa Fe River flowed out
of its banks and began inch-
ing into ~the picnic pavilions
Tuesday' morning in a park
on the Gilchrist County side
of the river at the State Road
47 bridge.
',The river. completely cov-
ered the inclined boat ramp.
wrhi~ch drops about 3 or 4 feet.
A slight drizzle of rain fell at
the park during the 'morning.,
W"is~vei- ~iersng, d,o d
.Gina Busseher of the Florida
Department ofTransportatida;
Ssaid. every state' road is
open. The last to reopen _was
U.S. Highway 90 and that'
was at -li.30 p.m. on Motdidal,
she said.,
Road co'dnditions may
change, however, Busscher
said. The toll-free number
to check state roads is (888)
558s-1518:'More than 300 calls
wrere made .to thait number:
cluring the Easter weekend,
she said.
State roads are open but
somie local roads. may be
flooded -and closed, she' said'.
Boating restrictions remain
on the ~~Suwannee Rvr
According to -Karen Parker of:
Sthe Florida Fish and WF~ildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC)
SWhen Suwannee River
floodwaters at Wilcox~ rose
above 9 feet Sunday, the FWl~C
FOODING continued on 7A


JASON MATTHEW WALKERIL:4 City Eeponilr
Columbia County Sheriff's Office Capt. Detective David Wingate (left) carries thettorch down Marion Avenue
Tuesday morning to start the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Local agencies like the Lake
City Police Department, Department of Corrections, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Florida
Highway Patrol, Department of Motor Care Compliance and Alachua County Sheriff's Office also attended.

Law enforcement officials carry out

tradition to promote Special O ypics


By TONY BRrrr
than rrla'c, tyrepor tEr. om

from six local law'
enforcement agencies
have no problem in
ersnaicarrying the load
for Special Olympics. That load
just happens to be the Special
Olympics Torch.
Tuesday~ morning, more than
50 people many of them law
enforcement and correctional
officers participated mn the
annual Law Enforcement Torch
Run for Special Olympics. as
the torch made its way through
Columbia County heading to
the next county. The Florida
Highwnay; Patrol is responsible for
making sure the torch is passed
froml one country to another as
TORCH conitinuwed onr 3A


JASON MATTHEW WAL KERILM p 0. 1~, rPocl~,e,
Special Olympics athletes Alton Milton (from left), 19, Rosa Harry, 19, and
Steven Baker, 19, compete Tuesday in the annual Law Enforcement Torch
Run for Special Olympics.


Public officials who are from founding
families stand on the Columbia County'
Courthouse steps. They are (front
row, from left) School Board member
Charles Maxwell, Lake City Mayor
Step'hen M. Witt; (center row, from left)
County Commissioner Scarlet risina,
Tax Collector Ronnie Brannon, School
Board member Steven M. Nelson; (back
row, from left) Public Defender Dennis
Roberts, Circuit Court Judge E. V/ernon
Douglas and County Commissioner
Stephen E. Bailey.. Not pictured are
Clerk of Court DeWitt Cason, Circuit
Court Judge Julian E. Collins, County
Attorney Marlin M. Feagle and County
Commissioner Ronald Williams.


Linagefor families
dates back prior tO
Clty founding m 185
By JEFF M. HARDISON
.jhardison@lakecityreporter. com
As. a method to help prone
the Founders Day Fest
which is set ftor noon to 6~ p.m:
.: Saturday at Alemorial Sitadi
eight local government office
orf m fondlningr families mel


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in: liuget
State hopes to use
stimulus dollars
iito plug any holes.
By TROY ROBERTS
t,~. roberts~lakectre rporter.iom
i:School officials said
Tuesday night they: don't
Expect as large of a budget
cut for the upcomling 2009U-
2010) school year. State leg-
islators anticipate using fed-
eral stimulus dollars to plug
Sany holes in the district's
budget.
The Columbia County-
School Board met wi~th a
light agenda Tuesda- night
but heard a brief presen-
tation on the state of the
upeomling budget. Officials
had been told to prepare
for a possible 5 to 10j per-
cent budget cut from thle
district's current operating
budget of 866 million, but
had recently learned that
state officials plan to use half
of Florida's stimuluss funds
to shore up any shortfalls
state agencies may see.
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Sto total

$43,880

jI Methodology
I-for fire ulrge~d to
r'*~remain~ thle samne.

By JEFF M. HARDISON
lhrinaramoneak er~ tyrepor ler. iorn
/ The Lake City~ Public
Safety Advisory Commnittee
agreed M~onday; night to
recommend to City Council
to allow~ interim Police
Chief Gary Laxton to~ spend
1813.880 to improve the Lake
Cityr Police Department.
Laxcton will be using
money from thle LCPD's
forfeiture fund to buv about
r1IG5 wort f nen sesr-
chief said he is buying the
guns and other equipment
UPDATES conliirtinue onr 7.-


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Celebrity Birthdays


Verse of the Day


"A~nd that he was buried, that
he was raised on thie third day
according to the Scriptures."
-- 1Corinthians 15:4


Thought for Today


"History would be an excellent
thing -if only it were' true."
... Leo Tolstoy,
Russian author (1828-1910)


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call 'the executive editor. Corrections and clarifications will run
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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009


Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424


Steele closed her homeless shelters.
While there currently is no blue-
print for what may become a shelter,
kitchen and clinic, a rough estimate
of construction costs shows a range
between $250,000 to $350,000.
Beyond the cost, one of the first
requirements to this, structure com-
ing to fruition is City Council agree-
ing to permit an 800-foot line to con-
'iect with city sewer services.
CMC Executive Director Anth~ony
Raburix and Taylor both have faith
that God will motivate city leaders to
help the homeless center, just outside
the city limits near the church, they
said.
Cadet helped the program by sell-
ing CMC eight apartments, which are
now renovated, Raburn said. In the
90-day CMC program to help people
go from bemng homeless to becoming
con~tributing members of society, the
apartments are a way-station.
The homeless find jobs while
staying at the CMC shelter, which
now is allowed to hold 16 people
after a fire safety inspection. When
program participants have earnings,
they go two-by-two into an apartment,
where, they each pay $200 a month,
Raburn said.
Fout- people live in two apartments
there now, Raburn said..Alnother 'four
people are anticipated to reach the
goal of moving there soon, he added.
'While. at those apartments near
Lake City Middle School, the people
are given financial counseling and a
savings plan. At a point, they move to


low-income housing units, he said.
Eighty percent of the homeless,
Raburn said, had jobs. They lost their
income, then they lost their homes
.and families,
Every person being helped must
be Christian, he said. They are not
allowed to simply lay about and wa~tch
television, either.
People in the program are given
tasks to help in the community, if they
have exhausted all of their options to
find a job on any day.
Florida Crown Workforce is aid
ing the CMC~ as it assists people in
rejoining the ~ranks of the gainfully
employed, Raburn said.
The CMC executive board -
President Taylor, Vice President
Hugh Sherrill, Treasurer Lisa Martin
and Secretary George Miller have
agreed to follow recommendations
of the. advisory board, Raburn said,
as this organization reflects a com-
munity effort
Raburn said the monthly opera-
tional budget of the CMC since it
started in June ranges from $10,000
to $12,000. First Assembly of God
donated $48.,000 fr-om June through
Dec. 31, 2008. Another $53,000 in
donations has carried it forvEard
since then.
There was a point where 42 people
were being housed at First Assembly
:of God and at Victory Christian
Teaching Ministry. -Pastor Elaine
Merricks heads the effort at Victo~ry
Christian Teaching Ministry, which is
part of the CMC.


By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter. com

Plan for helpn homeless people
in Columbia County continues on
track and it shows promise for the
future
The Community Mercy Center's
future homeless shelter is starting to
show tangible results.
Anderson Columbia Co. donated
almost three acres to the CMC and
the paying company is scheduled
to start excavating that land today,
according to information released
Tuesday.
The CMC Advisory Board Dr.
Jean Cadet, Lamar. DuPree, Paul
Mabile, John O'Neal, Lester Scaff,
Lenvil Dicks, Sheriff Mark Hunter,
the Rev. Louie Mabrey and attorney
Lloyd Peterson Jr. held its first
meeting Tuesday afternoon at First
Assembly of God.
A previous, advisory board' dis-
solved to be reformed
The CMC` Building Committee
was formed during the 90-minute
luncheon meeting.
DuPree heads that committee.
Joining himd are O'NJeal, Scaff, Hunter
and Myrtle Lloyd. The 92-year-old
'Loyd was the inspiration to begin
this homeless center, said the Rev.
Sam Taylor, senior pastor of First
Assembly of God.
.Taiylor has been at the forefront of
the CMC since~ before it began. He
started the action to.carry forward
the work; when the Rev. Cleopatra


part of the statewide event.
Flonida Highway
Patrol Troop B Capt. Tim
Culhane said Tuesday's
event marked the fifth ,
consecutive year the Torch
Run has been held in
Columbia County.
'T~his is the law
enforcement torch
run to benefit Special
Olympics," Culhane said.
"Our role is to support
Special Olympics in their
endeavor to help the
student athletes. We're just
a supporting role to the
Sep eenmtatv from tre
Florida Highway Patrol,
Florida Department of
.Motor Carrier Compliance,
Columbia County Sheriff's
Office, Alachua County
Sheriff's Office, Lake City
Police Depa-rtment and
Department of Corrections
participated mn the event,
along with close to 15
.Columbia County Special
.Olympjians and sponsors.
Jeff Cloutier, regional
director for the Flonida
Special Olympics Torch
Ru'n and an Alachua
County Sheriff's Office
Deputy, said he thought


it was fantastic to have
participation from so many
agencies in the torch run.
'To come out and do this
for the Special Olympics
is a wonderful thing,"l he
said. "It's really a unique
relationship between the
two who would ever
think that law enforcement:
and Special Olympics
would have this type of
relationship. I'think it
speaks to all the good that
law enforcement people de~
mn the community."
Columbia County Special


is one of the organization's
.annual fundraisers.
"It involves law
enforcement from around
the state," he said. "This
is a partnership between
law enforcement as well
as Special Olynipics.
We get to introduce our
programs hopefully to
itew individuals in law
enforcement each year to
let them know what we're
domng m Special Olympics
and at the same time, raise
those needed funds that
we need in order to run
our local program."


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By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@la~kecityreporter. com

An item not on the origi
-nal agenda for the Tuesday ,
night meeting of the Lake
Cityi Utility Advisory Board
was added and wcill result
in a $15,000 savings ~if City
.Counlcil concurs with the
recommendation `:made
that night.
Three City Council miem-
biers --- George Ward, Jake
HillJr. and:EugeneJeffersol .
- ;voted to recommend
City ~Coiincil 'apiprove two '
change orders in the Sisters
Welcome Road Reclaim
Water System project.


commissioners Stephen
Bailey and Jody DriPree'
that the City Council had
passedion first reading an
ordinance that will allow
all members to vote.
The ordinance needs only
to pass a secorid ~reading
and then everyone on~ the
various advisory boards will
be able to vote. As it stands,
only City Council~members
on advisory boards can vote
to make r-ecommendatiozis
to themselves and other
council members.
The advisoryboard made
other recommendations for
the City Council to approve
Sat its regular meeting.


Meaders Construction
Co. of Jacksonville, the
contractor, and Jones
E~dmunds & Associates of
Jacksoniville, the engineer-
ing company, agreed the
changes present rio issues
in the hydraulics.
Trhe original contract
~sum for the project was
$2.9 million, but it dropped
to $2.8 million perviously'.
The $15,00`0 projected say-
ings will not impact the
nuinber enough drop the`
figure another point.
'': Waiid rioted for the many
'non-doting members of the
Lake City Utility Advisory
Board, including county


Continued From Page 1A
.The latest move, .how-
evetr, isn't stopping district
officials from planning for
future cuts the district
-has` seen several cuts dur-
ing the school year each of
the last two years and are
currently working on a bud-
get of approximately $63mil-
lion for the 2009-2010 school
year. This would allow the
district to anticipate future
cuts for the coming school
~ear and; :replenish the '
reserve funds.
Superintendent IVMike
Millikin said, however, the
stimulus-boosted budget
wudfaloah thendistrct o
positions' in the district fol-


lowing annual resignations
at the end of the current
school ,year.
The board also:
SReceived an update
about Pinemotint
Elementary School. Millikiri
said letters have been pre
pared and will soon go to
parents of children who~
will be relocated to -hel new
elementary, school next
year following the rezoning
process. .He said an~ open
house will be scheduled so
parents. and students can
tour the new school.
SHeard a special pre-
conmtaint frm ls u ets
School.


~Lr


:Anth~ony Jones, 50, 458 NE
Fairview St., no. relation,
.were arrested last week
in comriection 'with the
ci-imes.
During the crime spree,
at least $14,000 worth of
flat-screen televisions were
stolen.


From staff reports

:The Lake :City ~Police
department inade two
additional' arresjts. Tuesday
in the case involving a local
burglaryriing targeting area
businesses for flat-screen
televisions.
Tuesday afternoon the
department announced two
more arrests~from the case
where authorities investi-
;gated 16 burglaries,. 12
grand thefts, 12 incidents
of criminal misi-hief, and
three: dealing in- stolen
property incidents.
Danny Jones, 625 NW
Alabama St~, no age pro-
vided, was charged with


seven counts of burglary,
fout- counts of grand theft,
four courts of -criminal
mischief and one count of
petit theft.
SCourtney Devon
Johnson,~ no age proviid-
~ed, was charged with two
counts of dealing in ~stolen
property.
During the three-week
crime spree ~in March,
Badcock :Furmiture,
Farmers Furniture, Hi~h
Performance Motorcycle
Shop, Buddy's Home
furnishings and Rent-A-
~Center were burglarized.
Christopher Deivayne
Jones, 37, 5998 NW Lake~
Jeffery Road and Michael


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Excavation begins on future homeless shelter


City could realize $15,000 savings


'Tea Party'

Scheduled

for toda .
By JEFF HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com
Before the` colonies that
became United States broke
away from England, there
was a "Tea Parly," where
boxes of tea were dumped
in Boston Harbor, to reflect
the people's disdain for
taxes,
~A group of peoplel .have
'oi-ganized a gatheringg o
show suppoi t for less~ gov-
ernment spending today ixt
01ustee Park. The event is
called a "TEA" party, in ref-
ern o. ,orxe "' otugh
11:30 a~m. to 1:30 p.m. and
is part of a larger- movement .
of similar gatherings #cross
the nation;
All of the permits and fees
have been paid to the city
for the gathering, accord-
ing to Paula Owens, admill-
istrative assistant in the
Recr-eationi Department.


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or life niember of numerous
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Retired Officers Association,
V.FW., D.A.V., Military Order
of the Purple- Heart, Ordler of
.Daedalians, 98th Bomrib Group
Veterans Association, Moody
Masonic Lodge~ 44719 .and the
Hasan Tempple o~ he~ Shrine. Mr.
Price was a member of the Park
Avenue Methodist Chur~ch in
Valdosta, Georgia. In his spare
time he enjoyed golfing, bopjling
and doing cross stitch. Mr. Price
is survived by his wife, Reba
T. Piice of Lake City; and' his
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Phoenix, Arizona and Joe Price
of Oikeechobee,. Florida. Five
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shape and color combination
of beads, string beads in a
pattern on memory wire and
the techniques for finishing
off the wire to complete the
bracelet. The workshop costs
$0 andkinclude all su plies

(386) 397-1920.

Free horse event set
at rodeo arena
The Columbia.County
Riding Club is starting
horse-riding exhibitions at
the. Columbia County Rodeo
Arena behind Rountree
Moore Ford off of U.S.
Highway 90 at 6 p.m. on the
first and third Saturday of
each month. Admission and
parking is free. There will be
a cdncession To participate
as a rider call (386) 965-0410.


Malone St. This is a general
meeting as well as the time
to vote for officers and the
board of directors. Call
(386) 752-8719.


Everyone interested in
amateur (Ham) radio is
invited. Call Rick Arnold
(386) 754-1413, or visit
http:/nf4cq.com.


Todaygroups for boys aged from
Today newborn to 2 years old.

Free re-shoolRetiied educators
screenings scheduled


a fish fry each Friday from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The cost
is $6. Dinner includes fried
fish, bake beans, hush
puppies, cole slaw,.grits and
pound cake. It will deliver
to businesses buyn c s

from this sale goes to help

merc is apteo5 E. Duval
St. The phone number is
(386) 752-2195.

Farmers Market
in 01ustee Park
Fresh fruits, vegetables
and flowers are being sold at
the Farmers Market. There is
an assortment of plants and
homemade crafts for sale
there as well. The Oltistee
Park Farmers Market is held
every Friday from 1 p.m, to .
6 p~m. in downtown Lake
City. Contact Cliff Neukam at
ameangene Oapl. comn.

Pot luck dinner
and dancing planned
A pot luck dinner and .
dancing happens from 7 to
10:30 p.m. every Friday in
the Teen Town Community
Center, 533 NW Desoto
St. The event is open to all
singles and married couples.
It is held in conjunction with
the Lake City Recreation
Department. Call Maggie
Battle (386) ,961-9342,
Jim. Eddy (904) 275-36.62
or Tobe Morrow
(386) 961-0368.

Saturday, April 18

Appil'cations souight for :
food stamps, Medicaid
SThe Florida Department
of Children and Families
-is: conducting a community
ouitreach event for people :
who want to apply for Food .
Stamps, Medicaid and
Temporary Assistance for
rtleedy Families. There will .
be Catholic Charities anel
DCF case managers on site.
The.event is from 9 a.m. to
noon on Apri~l18 at Catholic
Charities, 258~- NW Burk Ave. ~~
Qall (386) 754-9180, .

Habitat for HumanitieS
opens house for tours
Habitat for HumanityiLake
City!Columbia County invites
Sthe public to "Hammers and *
Holdogs" day frorn 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. on Saturday at 938
Fowler Ave. Plan to tour the -
rec~entl cmplteou ome
meet the volunteers and
sponsors vWho made thjs
home possible, and enjoy
fleeh tos'nd sosa `
great dleals on construction .
equipment, p t i ncs

details about the yard sale
items, and information
about volunteering to help
HFH, visit the Web' site a~t
hfhlakecity.odrg.

Park hos~ts headled
bracelet workshop
Trhe Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State Park is
scheduled tc'host a beaded
bangle bracelet workshop
from 10 aim., to 2 p.m. on
April 18. Participants will
learn how to choose the


to meet at anneX

Rh dC lurbiasC unty
scheduled a meeting at
Sphm. on pilC1o6mat the
Annex, room 130. All retired -
educators are welcome.
.The ~group meets the third
Thursday of each month,
although it does not meet in .
the summer. Call 752-6005

Rotary Club to meet
at Elks; Club
The Rotary Club of Lake
City meets every Thursday
at noon at the Elks Club, 309
NE Hernando Ave. Visitirig
members and guests are
welcorme. Call Steve Smith
at (386) 758-9990.

Wl~ildflower Cafe .
hosts Jam Session .
AII musicians are invited
to a free jam session at 6:30
p.m. ettery Thursday at the
Wild Flower Cafe, 326 N.
Mariori Avenue. Call (386)
754-11 50.

American Legion
Pos~t 57 hosts bingO
American Legion Post 57
and Auixiliar Unit 57. Bingo
begins: at 3 p.m. and6:45
p.mi. every Sunday, Monday
Sand Thursday. Call
~-(386) 288-2755.

Dom'estiev irolence
suippibr~t group meets


scr enng rce avi able

4 years rannda6 months. ~
s eeni gs are set tor 10

15 at the Columbia County
Administrative Complex,
Building 2. All children will be
screened in hearing, vision,
motor skills development, ~
speech development and
con~cepts. Parents interested
in the Voluntary Pre-K, Head
Start or subsidized.child care
programs may obtain details
at these screenings too. Call
Columbia County Student
Services at (386`) 755-8050
or Jo Ann Laseter at
(800) 227-0059.

Woman's Club to hold
monthly luncheon

LaeC Wom ns'lb ofts
effort to raise money to .
renovate the kitchen of the
'clubhouse on Hernando
Street. The April luncheon
is scheduled from 11 a.m. .
to 1 p.m. today. The club
is reducing the regular
price of $6 to $4 for the
day. Ham and beans with,
rice, cornbread, salad and
a home-baked dessert are
to be served. Lunches can
be editen ib, taken out or
delivered. Call Kay Poltorak
at (386)'719-9232.

Rotary Club Downtown :
0o -meet at. LifeSlyle
TheF ~n nRot C~lub of .


CHS Soccer Boosters
to meet in media center
The Columbia High School
Soccer Booster General
Meeting and Annual Officer
Elections is scheduled for
6 p.m. on April 21 in the
CHS media center. All paid
soccer boosters may run for
an office and/or vote. Anyone
interested should be present
for the meeting. Call Cindy .
Higgins (386) 961-1276.


The Lake City chapter
of th Filpn Ae sc dued

to meet from 6 to 10 p.m.
Saturday at the Epiphany
Catholic Social Hall, 254 SW


Mary Alberta' Dunmore
Mary Alberta Dunmore, age: 87
residerit -of St. Petersburg, Fl'a
died April 7, 2009. She was a
native to Laket Cit\. Fla. She
moved to St Petersburg.. Fa. 2
years ago from St. Lauderdale, FL
where she was member of New
Mt. Olive Baptist church, seryng
~with the Deacdness Mmnistry
Sand R.H. Lee Cirlel. Surv~isors
include her .daughter,. Mary
Grant (Genry); step?-son George
Dunmore;- 6 grandchildren; a
host of other relatives andl friends
also survive. Funeral services
will be Thursda\.' April 16. 2009
at New- h11. Olite Chustlr`i, Ft.
Lauderdale, FM:i. Arrangements
by Smith Funeral Home,< Inc.
Funeral Home; 1'535 18th Ave-
iSduth, St. Pe~tersburg, Fla.
727-894-2266. 'Announcement
courtesy 'of COOPER
FUTNERArL HOME, 251 N.E. '
.Washlington Street, Lake Cith
Fla. WNillis Q. q Cooper, L.F.D.
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Major U.S.A.F. (Retired)
Joe G. Price ,
SMajor U.S.A.F. (Retired) Joe C.
Price, 87, of Lake City, died
Thursday, April 2, 2009 ii2 the
Haven Hospice
of the Suwannee ~
Valle, .following
an extended.
illn~ess. A, native
of Lenoir, North
Ctarholn, te Pr~ wa ic e ms
Price He had been a resident
of Lake City since 1985 having
moved here- front Valdosta,
Georgia. Mr. Price served in t~he


'Walter & Lucy Smith Kinnett.
Mrs.. Wise ,was a resident of
Miami, Florida -from 1947 until
relocating with her family to
Okeechobee, Florida in 1971
where she lived until moving to
Lake City in -1981. Mrs. Wise
was a homemaker and was a very
Talented craft maker. She enjoyed
making dolls, ceramics and other
.crafts. She was a member of
.`the Our Redeemer Lutheran
Church. Mrs. Wise was preceded
Sin death in December of 2000 by
her husband of fifty-four years,
James M. Wise, Sr.. Mrs. Wise is
survived by two sonS, James M.
Wise, Jr. (RbbecFca) of~Lake City,
Florida; Larry R. Wise (Winnie)
of ~Marathon, Florida; and a
daughter, Linda C. Wise of Lake
City, Florida. Six grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren also
survive. Funeral services fo~r
Mis. Wise will be conducted at
7:00 P.M., Thursday evening in
the chapel, of the Dees-Parrish
Fainily .Funerail Home"~ with
Rev. Charles Knight o~ftelating
Initerthe'nt 'services a Il be
conducted at 11:00 A.M., Friday
in the New Hope Cemetery in
Artibrose, Georgia. The family
will receive friends for two
hours prior to -the ,service on
Thursday evening. Arrangements
are utider the direction of the
DEES-PARRISH FAMILY
FUNERAL HOME, 458
S. Marion Ave., Lake City.
(386)752-1234. Please sigil our
on-line family gttestbook at www.
parrishfamilyfuneralhome. comn
Obituaries are paid advertise-
ments. For details, call the Lake
City Reporter's classified depart-
ment at 752-1293.


powrntown Lake City1 A support group for
m'sets at 7:15 a.m. each survivors of domestic
Wednesday in the LifeStyle :violence meets at 5;30 p.m
enrichment Center, 628 SE every Thursday. The locatic
Aishn Court. Call 755-7969. is for them' alone`.
~T~a Pary'sheded Call Another Way at
ea Prty'scheuled (386) 719-2700.Child .care
nor Olustee Park ispro ied
:A group~of people have RMS Dazzler Dance
o danized aga d. Team tr outs set
to: showsus 0,
VE~in .ouls to b~e' n the
qvqnt iskialled ---- RichardsorMiddle School
pisty, in reference to "Taxed Dazzler Dance Team are
Enough Already." It is set to scheduled for Ap~ril 16-1.8.
be3 from 11:30 a.m. to Clinics andl tryouts are from
1 :30 p.m.- Wednesday in 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on April 1
Olustee Park. Call and 17 and frdm 9 a.m. to
(86) 365-2821 or.754-6600- 12 p.m. on April 18. Clinics
andr tryoults happen in ~


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the RMS Gym, 1000
Pennsyilvania Ave: Packets '
are available at the front
hfic rn 8M.Call2 10.


Aiday, Apri 1
Del Suggs set to
perforBI at l..CCC
Tallahassee singer-
songirriter Del lSuggs
is scheduled to perform
his Unique gtlitar-dliven
saltwaterr music" at Lake
City. Community College at ~
7:30 p.m. in the college's
'Levy .Performiidg 4Arts Center.
The concert is' the final show
in the college's 2008-09
Lyceum~ Series season. Call
the LPAC box office at.
(386) 754--4340.

Fish fry to help
area, homeless
Commlinity Mercy Center
in conjunction with First
Assembly of God is holding


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Meet the author event
slated at main library
Terry Lewis, author and
circuit court judge, will speak
about his writing at the Main
Library in Lake City at 2:30
p.m. on Sunday. Lewis is a
native of Live Oalk. He has
written two legal thrillers,
''Conflict of Interest" and
"Privileged Information."
Both novels are set in
Tallahassee. .


M nday, Ap il 20 Diabetes support group
OH Fto meet at Shands
Amateu Radio S cety:
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plans morithly meeting Hospital's Diabetic Support
Rad SCo ebi aAc ruledr trou~p is scheduled to meet

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Lake City Baptist Temple, Exercise." Call 754-8000 for
3061~ SW S~tat Road 47 more information.


Filipino American
Cultural Society to meet


Thursday, Aprdl 16 -

Free pre-school
ipreenings scheduled
2 Free pre-school
screenings arie available for
abildren a ed 3 to 4 years
(anrd 6 mo ths. Scree ings ':

6im n A~pri 16. atthe Fort
White Elementary Schiool-
AI children will be screened
it hearing, vision, motor
Skill development, speech
development and concepts.
Parents Interested in the
yoluntary Pre-K, Head Start
or subsidized child care .
programss may obtain detat~ils
' (t these screenings too-
O'~lJ Columbia County
Student,Services at
(386) 755-8050 or Jo Ann~
Lase~ter at 1-800-227-0059.

: State park holds animal
folklore workshop
SAn owl workshop is set tp
be held from 6 to 8:30 p~m.
on April 16 at Steph~n. Foster
Folk Culture Ce~nter in White
Springs. It is an installment
of a series of Animal Wisdom
\ivorkshiops. Workshop fees
are $25 per class. Pre-
registratiorr is required. Call
(386) 397-1920.

Beauty pageant aind
baby contest scheduled
America's Cover Miss and
Cover Boy (JSA Pageant is
scheduled to be held with
registration at 6 pj.m. and the
pageant at 7 p~m. on April 16
in the Lak~e City Mall. There
8re eight age divisions for
girls from liewborn to 25
years old, There are two age


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activated boating restric-
tions on the only zone of
the river that hadn't been
restricted yet.
This section is from the
County Road 340 Bridge
at Rock Bluff to one mile -
below the Fowlers Bluff
Boat Ramp. This 51-mile
segnient will be an idle-
~speed, no-wake zone as
long as the Suwannee is at
9 feet or more above mean
sea level, as indicated on
the Wilcox gauge, where
flood stage is 11 feet.
Boating restrictions on
the other: four zones of the
river wiere activated last
week.
Wildlife ~officers are
patrolling swollen rivers to
ensure boaters comply with
the idle-speed, no-wake
rule, said Capt. Roy Brown,
area supervisor at the FWC
Lake City office. The FWC
encourages boaters to stay
off the Suwannee-Santa Fe
river system- until condi-
tions improve.
An idle-speed, no-wake
zone means a vessel must
proceed at speed no great- .
er than what is required to
maintain steerageway and
headway. At no time is any
vessel required to proceed
..so slowly that the operator
is unable to control it or
anything it may be towing.
Parker said the flood has
also closed certain ~turkey
hunting areas.
Flooding has closed three
wildlife management areas


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Apnil 18, 2009

Location: 9;38 NW Fowler Avenue, Lake City, FL,


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A~metica up.1pto $250 in~e.rnon~-ey.l beonated to Habitat for 140 ahit~ keC'ityfColumbia :
O~5u'ntyr,Irc.' 'and will sed topurchi~se deeded' building supples
.S e of the iten s 'that have been donated for ~the yard sale:
Hood *Tools, Sm'all Appliances
.' S. Of : *Yard, H-ousehold and
Miscellaneous' Items


Special thanks ~to those who contributed funding and materials for our latest house.


For more information on Habitat for Humanity visit our web site at www.hfhlakecity.org: leave a message on our answering machine at
(386) 755-0014, or write to us at Habitat for Humanity of Lake City/Columbia County, Inc., PO Box 487, Lake City, FL 30256.


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Markham, Zachariah
Roberts;.:
aCharles Maxwell,
school board' member,
District 2, ancestor -
Charles H. B. Collins.
W Steven M. Nelson,.
school board member,-
District3, ancestor--Henry-
Monroe Harrington.
aDennis Roberts, pub"
Slice defender, ancestor -
William Farnell.
SRonald Williams, coun-
ty commissioner, Distrief
1, ancestor Pomyiey
Parnell.
M Stephen M. Witt,
mayor of Lake City, ances-
tor Adam Witt.
"It is interesting to~note:
that every district in the
county is represented either
by a county commissioner
or school board member
who descends from afound-
ing family," Weaver said.
The researcher said she
would' like to see a good
Turnout for Sattirday's event.
"Letters of information
about the Founders Day
Ceremony were sent to
some known descendants
in hopes they would assist
in contacting additional
descendants," Weaver
said. "However, I want to
stress that all descendants
of founding families have a
special invitation to' attend
the Fouiders Day ceremony
and be recognized through
their ancestors." .


County settled here prior to
Jan. 15, 1859, the date when
the name of the town was
changed from Alligator to
Lake City.
"Through persever-
ance and hard work, these
founding families carved
a civilization out of a wil-
derness,"' said Mary Jane
Weaver, the person w7ho
conducted research to fmd
th~eir-roots. <
SAlong with the names of
their ancestors, the officials
are as follows:
aStephen E. Bailey,
county commissioner from
District 4, ancestor -
Absalom Koon/Coon,
SRonnie Brannon, tax
collector, ancestors the
Rev. Kinsey Chambers, Dr.
JameS Hamilton Hill, Henry
Michael Summers. .
SDeWitt Cason, clerk
of court, ancestor -
Washington Mackey Ives.
MJulian E. Collins, circuit
judge, ancestors Charles
H. B. Collins, E Hartwell
Koon/Coon, David Witt.
SE. Vernon Douglas,
circuit judge, ancestor -
Frederick Douglas.
MMarlin M. Feagle,
county attorney, ances-
~tors William M. Feagle,
Shadrack Hancock, James
A. Taylor, and Adam Witt.
M scarlet Frisina, county
commissioner, District 5,
ancestors - Joseph Dicks,
William W. Marcum/


Jtre M. mmulwuivialse Cally Keporter
The Santa Fe River flows out of its banks Tu~esday morning on the Gilchrist County side
of the river at the State Road 47 bridge. The boat ramp is unseen here as it sits below the
water. There are restrictions remaining on the Suwannee River, which require boats to go at


idle speed in many areas.
and canceled, the spring
turkey hunts previously
scheduled there for Friday,
Saturday and Sundayr.
The Divrision ..of
Forestry closed the Twin
Rivers WMA in Madison,
Hamiilton and Suwainnee
counties. -The Suwannee
River `Water Management
District closed the Iyolton
Creek WMA in Hamilton
County. 'The Flor-ida Fish
and Wildlife Conservaition
Commission closed .the


Suwannee Rillge WMA,
also in Hamilton County.
All three locations were
closed due.to the flooding
in thet area.
"We expect the areas to
be closed at least through
the weekend arid prob-
ably ~longer," said Roland
'Garcia, regional director
at the FWC's North
Central Regi'o'n office in
Lake City. "Unfortunately,
because of the lack of
access to the areas, ~the


spring turkey hunts, sched-
uled for Friday, Saturday
and Sunday, have been
canceled."
The spring turkey hunts
will not be rescheduled,
according to Garcia.
For more information
about the flood zones,
please call (386) 758-0525.
To lieport violations, please
call (888)1 404-3922.
To .obtain real-time river
levelinformation, visitwtoz.
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American Performance Cycles of North Florida
American Society of Civil Engineers .
Anderson Columbia Co., Inc.
Ann's Oils and Crafts
Arthur Bides
ASC3 Geosciences
Austin Peele
Baya Auto Care
Bethel United Methodist Church
Beverly Giordano
Carl and Jerry Sue Ftitzinger
CarQuest Auto Parts .
Chasteen's Downtown
City .Council, City of Lake City
Columbia Bank
Columdbia County Cycles
Columbia.Ready-Mix Concrete, Inc.
Cox BBQ
Cracker Barrel ,
DeSoto Drug Store Restautant .
Doll~ouseDesigns.Com
Eddie Accardi Chevrolet
First Presbyterian Church
Florida Pest Control
Florida Power and Light
Fred's Leather Shop


Freeman Design Group
G.W. Hunter
Gary and Christine Noland a
George and Sheila Burnham.
Hair's Mower Patrts
Heather's Herbs
SHopef~ul Baptist Church
Hopkiins Motor Company
Interstate Supply, Inc.
JaniesHardie .
Joe and B'arbara Barnett
John and Mary Melum
~.Judy Sears
Kurt Ruppert Tree Service
Lake City Industrial Tool Rental

The Estate of Ronald A. Clayton, Sr.
The Family of Phimlp and Freda Pickens
The Home Depot
Lake City Medical Center
Lake Jeffery U Store It
Marcotek-Xerox (Lake City Copy)
Marcotex-Xerox Digital Office Solutions
Mercantile Bank
Mike Helvey
Mikell's Power Equipment, Inc
Modern Woodmen of America
Morrell's Home Furnishings
Nettles Sausage
O'Neal Roofing


Parkview ~Baptist Church
Peloni Pumping and Portable Toilet
Phish Heads
Publix Super Markets, Inc.
Rent-A-Center
Richard C. Powell CPA
Ronsonet Buick Pontiac GMC
Rountree-Moore Ford Lincoln Mercury
S & S Food Stores
Sears Reobuck and Company
Shoney's Restaurants
Southland Waste Systems
Squate-D Electric
Swift Lube
The Blue Roof Grill
The Breast Cancer Support Gi-oup
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
The Furniture Show Place Wholesale Sleep
The Marion Street Caf6
Trinity United Methodist Church
Vann Carpet One
Walter and Phyllis Skinner
Walter Dunn, PRIMERICA
Wayword Ministries of Lake City
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Women
Westside Barber Shop
Whirlpool Corporation
William Brown Cement
Winn-Dixie.
Yale Residential Security Products, Inc


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Rec. department
~sig derby
set for Saturday

By TONY BRITT
~thritt~lakecityreporter.com

Local- youngsters will
have -an opportunityy to dis-
cover recr'eationail 6hing
as part of a Lake City Parks
and Recreation Depairtmnent
partnership during a we~ek-
eird evlent.-. , I
IThe Lake City 'Parks and
Recreation Depart'nient
Fishing .Derby will take
place Saturday fr~om 9 a.in.
until noon at the AUigator
Lake .Public Recreation
Area's Ponderosa Pond.
The recreation. depart-
mient is partnering with the


equipment, including baits,
although some equipment
will be provided by the
Seve~nt sponsors.
'T'd like for them to, bring
their own poles and rods,"
.he said. "We're going to pro-
vide some rods, reels and
Storms, but we viant to make
sure whe have enough."
In addition to fishing,
children will also be able to
Participated in a Kids Casting
Event, where -they'll com-
pete~ against youngsters in
their age 'divisions for their
prowess in casting flipping
and pitching.
As part of the contest, the
participants w~ill face a target
at different lengths of10, 20,
and 30 feet and will utilize all

FlISHING continued onz 4B


North Florida Bassmasters
of Wellbornl and the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
conser va non commission
to sponsor the event.
The fishing derby will be
divided among twio alge divi-
sions. The ~first division is
for youngsters 6-10, while
the second is for young-
sters 11-14. Ceritificates and
prizes ~will be awarded
The event is free; how-
ever, any child wishiing~ toi
participate has to register
at the Lake City Parks and
Recreation Departmnent at
692 SW St. Marrkarets St.
Lake City~ Parks and
Recreation supervisor at
the Southside Recreation
Center Wayne Jernigan sixg-
gested. the young anglers
bring their own Sishing


TONY BRITT/Lake City Reporter
Lake City Parks and Recreation supervisor at the Southside
Recreation .Center-Wayne Jernigan (from left), Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Commission representative Gary
Byerley, North' Florida Bassmasters and a regional director
with the Florida Bass Federation Robert Dees an'd Lake City
Cdity council member Jake Hill stand at the gate of Ponderosa
Pond. The agencies are Sponsoring a children's fishing
derby at the Alligator Lake Public Recreation Area pond on
Saturday.


~Fort W~hite falls
to 7-13 following
spring break.
By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter.com
FORT WHITE --
Adrian Bass .pitched -a
complete game for the vis-
iting duc-hbolz High' Lady
Bobcats, and the Fort:
W~h'itO High' L~dy liidians
fell in their .return fi-om,
spring break, 13-3.
The LadyBobeats str uck
early with three runs in
the first inning when Bass
.batted ~in Kayla Card and
A:ishfley IApplewhite fol-
lowed it .up wiith a hit to
bring tin Ontepia M~adox
and Bass.
The Lady Indians
brought the score back
to 3-1 in the third after
Mlegan Sw~anson scored
on a K~ay'lg Williams triple.
Buchholz scored four
runs in the third with Jam~ie
Williams scoring fist off a
Stevie Faulk shot.
Applewhite and Willianis
later came in off a Kim
Ponder hit to make it 6-1.
Ponder crossed the plate
later in the inning off of a
Stef PeroS~a hit for the Lady
Bobcats seventh run.
Jes~sica Robison hit a
shot into the outfield to
score Holly Polhill in the
bottom of the inning to cit
the lead to 7-2.
Buchholz .added a run
in the fourth before each
team was held scoreless
in the fifth to inake the
score 8-2.
Madox started the scor-
ing off~in the sixth,`bringing ,


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Fort White High's Jessica
Robison (?11) catches an
out against Suwannee
High on March 12.

in jar-d before scoring on a
Bass hit later in the inning.
Loren Epler brought in
Faulk for the Bobcats' 'final
run of the mmnng.
After another sc~ore-
less inning for the Lady
Indians, the Lady Bobcats
added two more runs mn
the top of thle seventh with
Bass bringing in Card
an'd Madox to` pick up her
fourtth RBI of the game.
Fort White fought to the
final out and stored arun in
the bottom of the seventh to
make the ftinall13-3.
Kayla Williams batted in
Brett Sealey to pick up her
second RBl of the game.
Following the loss, the
Lady Indian~s fell to 7-13 on
the season.
Fort White will host
Union County High at 7
p.m. on Thursday.
Fort White's boys base-
ball game scheduled for
Tuesday against Union
County was rained out.


FILE PHOTO
Columbia High's Megan Hill, pitching here against Bell High on March 3, was honored on
Senior Night in the Lady Tigers 6-5 win over Santa Fe High on Tuesday.


ts "Ilt feels great," Sund
r said. "I don't know (whhat
i the pitches were), I was just
LFe. swinging as hard as I can."
Sund had a three-run
shot in the third inning to
o(m .:give Columbia a 5-0 lead.
After Santa Fe pulled within
Senior 5-3, Sund added a solo shot
ia High in the fifth inning.
Hill was It proved to be the win-
ning margin, as the Raiders
e in the scored two runs in the sixth


FreShmlan hil
two FIRs ill w
against Santa
By TIM KIRBY '
Ik rb) Blak eciirrepor er. c

Tuesday~ was
Night for Columbi
softball and Megan
the sole honoree.
Hl lH did her shar


RBl. Burton wras thrown
out` at home on Hill's sin-
gle. Colby Craig came in
to run for Hill after Holly
Curumpton singled but all
they had to do fas trot
home ahead of Sind. i
Hill pitched four innings
with tw~o hits, thr-ee runs
(twobearned), one~walk and
one strikeout.
Jess~ica Keene pitched
the final three innings
wlith three hits, two riuirs,
twio walks and a hit batter.
Keene speared a grounder
with the bases loaded in the
seventh inning to get the
final out.
Kas~ey Metzler had a
single and three RBIs~ for
Santa Fe.
Columbia. (18-6) plays at
Lafayette High at 7 p.m.
Thursday.


6-5 victor y over Santa Fe
Hiigh. She was th-e winning
pitcher and .was 1-for-2 at
the plate;.;S g e ta
soothsayer. In the pre-game
celebration she dedicated
her home run powei- to
Payton Suiid and the fresh-
man 'went out and blasted
two home runs her ~first
:ever.


innling.
Freshman Stephanie
Pilkirigton, hitting in' the
lead-off spot, vjaS: 3-foi--4
with a double and stolen
:base. Her double followed a
w~alk to Kaitlin Scott in the
third inning.
Scott scor~ed on a wild
pitch and Pilkington scored
when M~ichaela Burton
reached on an error for an


M ~t~e R Week off, rain
Shuffles schedule for
l2-caltearns once more.
From staff reports

With the threat of rain on
Tuesday, District 4-3A coaches
postponedl the district tourna-
ment at their seeding meeting on
M~onday.
'The tournament will be today
and* Thursdtay ;at the Jonesville
Tennis Complex in Gainesville.
Play begitis at 9 a.n.
Each division has two top seeds
and the rest of the matchups are
randomly drawn.
Columbia High's. Chrissie
Reicher t was seeded second at
Nb. 3 SingleS and the Lady Tigers
No. 2 doubles teamr of Reichert
and Kelsey Mercei* was seeded
second. ''''


First-round matchups for
Columbia's gsin s ae

No. 1 Leandra Nealys. Lisette
Babalian of Vanguard High;
No. 2 Susy Romero vs. No:
1 seed Kami Thomas of Forest
High;
No. 3 Reichert vs. Colie
Lajza of Gainesville High;
No. 4 Mercei- vs. Carlye
Rangeo of Middleburg High; -
No. 5 Patricia Gully vs. Kayla
Lundy of Middleburg;
Doubles
No. 1 Neal/Romero vs.
Rachel Sulzer/Grace Hudgens of
Fleming Island High;
No. 2 Reichert/Mercer vs.
Lane Thue-Blu dworth/ Mahina
Wange of Eastside High.

Columbia baseball
Columbiaj'sbaseball game at


Lake Weir High on ITuesday was

sisd thywiola t y play
District 4-5A game on Saturday
and are shooting for 1 p.m.
Columbia (12-6) lost its final
game at the Aggie National
Baseball Classic, 12-1, to Beech
Senior High of Hendersonville,
.Tenn.
The Tigers have a make-up
game at 6:30 p.m. today against
visiting Valdosta High, and also
will be at home on Thursday and
Friday.

Columbia weightlifting
Both of Columbia's home
weightlifting meets Gainesville
on Monday and Madison County
High on Thursday were can-
celed.

PREP continued on 4B


JASON~ MATTHSW WALKER/Lakq City Reporter
Columbia High's Hunter Grow serves
against Gainesville High School on
March 19. '


Youngsters going f ishin'


BRIEFS .


Q-back club will
meet Monday
The Fort White
Quarterback Cluib will
meet at 7 p~.m., Monday,
in the teachers lounge
at Fort White High.
Offers for the club will
be elected, solmembers '
are urged to attend.
For details, call club
presidentt Scott Gilmer at
(386) 965-6938..
CHSSPORIS.
Physicals offered
Tuesday at gym
: Columbia Highis
; offering free physical
fojr athletes on Tuesday
m the school gymi. High
school boys and girls

Midl s11hoorolastt d nts


middle school athletes.


:. YOUTH BASEBAU. '
Breeze :tlryou's
set for Sundcay
The North Florida
Breeze 13-under travel
baseball I teaml has
tryouts set for 2 p.m.,
S'Sunday, at the Southside
rSports Complex.
For details, call Randall
Plyn at (386) 961-1782.
YOUlTIWRESTUNG
.Lake City club
110 -::i COmpeting :
The Lake City n
Wrestling Club for.
fourth- through
12th-graders is
S comlpeting in meets.
For details, call coach
Jason Langston at .
i: 623-14932.

SFrom staff reports



; -.Today
i Columbia High
tennis :in District
4--3A; tournament
Nbeit 'Tennis Complex in
Gainesville, 9 a.m. *
SColumbia High `
weightliftingatGainesville
High, 4:30 p.m.
SColumbia High
baseball vs. Valdosta
High, 6:30 p.m.
Thursday
SColumbia High
tennis in District
4-3A tournament at
New Tennis Complex ire
Gainesville, 9 a.m.
Fort White High
track in: District 3-2A
meet at Bradford High,
11 a.m.


SColumbia High :
softball at Lafa~yette
High, 7Cpdm. (J -5)Hgh
baseball vs.. Gainesville
High, 7 p.m. .
MI Fort -White High
baseball at Dixie County
High, 7 p.m.
Friday
MColumbia High track
at. Orange Park High,
TBA .
MFort Whit'e High
.softball at Taylor County
High, 6 p.m.
W Fort White' High
Baseball vs. R.K. Yonge
Schbol, 6 p.m.
M Columbia High
Baseball vs. Fernandina
Beach High, 7 p.m.
Saturday
M Columbia High


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High, TBA.


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NH-L, playoffs

FRST ROUND
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EASTERN CONFERENCE
easton vs. Montre'al
Thursday
Monltreal at Boston, 7 p~m.
Satisrday
Monrtreal at Boston, a p.m.
Monday
Boston at Montre 1,7 p.m.
Wednesday, April 22
Boston at Montreal, 7 p.m.

Washington vs. N.Y. Rangers
Today
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Saturday
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Monday ~:
Washington at:fl.Y. Raners, 7 pni
'W~dnesday,April 22
Washington at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p m.

New Jerse vs Camilina

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Friday
Carol~na at New Jersey, 7 30 pm
Sunday,
New jersey at Carolina,7-30 p m
Tuesday,April 21
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.Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia:
Wednesday
Philaaelphia at Pittsburgh, 7 pm
Friday
Philadelphea at Plruburgh, 7 pm
f unday .
Pmtsburgh at Phlladelphlq 3 p.m
Tuesday, Apiil2
Plttsburgh at Philadelphra, 7 p.m
WESTERN CONFERENCE
San Jose vs.An silm
Thursday
Anapelm at San Jose. 10 30 pm.
Sunday
Anahelm at San Jose. 10 pm.
,TuesdayAipril 21
San Jose at Anaheim, 10 30 pm
Thursday,April 23 '
San Jose at A aheim. 10 30 p it.

SDetroit vs. Columbus
Thursday
GCblumbus at Detrolt,V p.m.

Columbus utDt oi 6 pm

Detroit a ou~d s, pm.
ThursdayApril 23
Detroit at Columbiis, 7 p~lm.

SVan~couve s St. Louis
Today
St Loisis HtVancouver, 10 p~m
~Fridar
St.Louis atVancouver, 10 p m. i
SSunday ~
Vincotiveryt St. Louis,? jim.
Tuesday,April:21
Vancouver ~at St. LoUis, 8 p.m.

Chicago vs.:Calgaryr

Calgary at Chia o830 p.m.
Saturday~
Calgary at. Chicago, 9 p.ml

Chicago at Calgary, 9:30 p.m.
WednesdayApril 22
Chicago ht Calgary, ~10 p.m.


:sOCER

MLS schedule

FridaysGme
New England at D.C.aUmited;7 p~m.

Real Salt Lake at NewYork, 7:30 p.m.


Seattle FC at Chivas USA, 10:30 p.m.

Colorad~o td Hostoam3 p.m.
Toronto FC at FC Dallas, 7 p~m.

BOXING

Fight schedule

S Friday
At Star of the Desert Arena, Primm,
Nev.(SHO),Yuriorkis Gambon, Miami, vs.
Jose Rojas,Venezuela, 12, for the interim
WBA featherweight title; Selcuk Aydin,
Germany, vs. Said Quali, Las Vegas, 12,
for Aydin's WBC international welter-
weight title.
Saturday


At Mafiken3, South Africa, Cassius
Baloyi, Johannesburg, South Africa, vs.
Malcolm Klassen, 12, for Baloyi's IBF
super featherweight title.
Atjohannesburg, South Africa,Yonnhy
Perez, Santa Fe Springs..Calif., vs. Silence
Mabuza, South Africa, 10, IBF bantam-
weight eliminator.
Sunday
At Manila, Philippines, Nonito
Donaire, San Leandra, Calif., vs. Raul
Martinez. San Antonio, 12, for Donaire's
IBF-IBO flyweight titles; Ulises Solis,
Mexico, vs.B~rianViloriaWaipahu. Hawall,
12, for Solis' IBF light flyweight title.


Tampa Bay l5.N.Y.Yankees 5
Baltimore 10;Texas 9
Toronto 8, Minnesota 6 ,
Kansas City 4, Cleveland 2
Oakland 8, Boston 2
Tuesday's Games
Chicago White Sox at Detroit, ppd.,
rain
Seattle 3, L.A.Angels 2, 10 innings
N.Y.Yankees at Tampa Bay (n)
'Baltimore atTexas (n)
Cleveland at Kansas City (n)
Toronto at Minnesota (n)
Boston at Oakland (n)
Today's Games
Chicago White Sox (Convrers 0- 1) at
Detrolt (alarraga 1-0). I 05 pm
Cleveland (Laffe 0-0) at Kansas City
(PonsonO0-I). 2.10 pm,
Boston (Wakefield 0-I) at Oakland
(8re Anderson 0-1), 3-35 pm
N.Y. Yankees (Petrtne 1-0) at Tampa
Bay.(Sorn'ansne 0- i), 4 08 p m
Balimag (Ie'ndi-ickson 1-01 at Texas
(Benson k- I), 8.05 p.m.
Toralra (Richmond 0-0) at Minnesota
, (S Baker 00),8t10 pm.
LqAnab. Wa~irel.(ei I-0) at Seattle
(Wash ridy mames '
levelanrd at IC.Y.Yankees, I.05 p m.
C~hicao White Sax at Thmpa Bay,
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Torpnto at Minnesota, 8:ID p.m-
L.AAngels at Seattle, IO:I10p.m.

GOLF

iGolf week

PGATOUR

Site: Hilton Head Island, S.C.
Schedule:Thursday Sunday.
Course:: Harbour; Town .Golf Links
(6,973 yards, par 71).
Purse: $5.7 million. W~iriner's; share
1,026,000.
Television: Golf Channel (Thursday,
3-6 `p.rn., 8:30-11:30J p.m.; Friday, 12:30-
330' sun. 3-6 p.rni, 8:30-11:30 p.mi.;
Saturdayy~ midnight-9 a.m., I-2:30 p~rm.,
9 30I II 30 p.miSunday, I-2:30 p.m., 9:30-
I 1:30 p.m.) and CBS (Saturday-Sunday,
3-6t pnyear\Boo ~eekley successfully
defeirded his title, beating Anthony Kim
and Aaron Baddeley' by three strokes
Last week Angel Clbrera became
the first Argent~ne to war. the Masters.
beating 48-year-old Kennyi Perry with a
two-putt par on the second hole of a
playoff. Ca~brera, the- U.S. Open winner
two years ago at Oakmont, closed yith
a 71 to match Perry and Chad Chmpbell
at 12 under. Campbell dropped out with a
boge on the first extra hole.
Notes: Jim Furyk and Ernie Els toP
the field along with Wleekley, Camillo
Villegas and Paul Casey. ~Last week at
Augusta, Furyk tied for 10th,Villegas' tied
fo. 13th, Casey tied for 20th, and Els
and Weekley rnissed thei cut. ... In 2007,
Weekley chipped: in: on the final:two
:h~oles to h~od 6~fffls by a~ShokeHl.. Five-
t~isp chaFnpipn ga~lvis LoeIII Is maklng
his 24th stra~ght apperance In the everit.
Love last won at Hllton Hepd In 2003,
beating WoodyjP~ Ausin on rhe fokirth hole
o a playoff in 2004. Stewar Cink beat
TEd Purdy or, the fifth extra hole after
overcoming a nine-stroke dleficit varith a
64. Cink also won in 2000. :.The Zurich
Classic of New Orleans is next wveek, fol-
10owed by'the Quail I-ollow Charrpionship
and The Pliaers Championship.
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Course TPC Tampa Bly (6,828 yards'
Spar 1).
$25s 9.7 million. Winner's share:
ii eleiiision: Go~lf Chiannel (Fiiday,
12l:30-2:j0 p m.6 30 8:30 p~m.) and NBC
(Saturday,4-6 p.m.; Sunday, -3 p.m.).
Last year tom Watson~ sdccessfulij'
defended hMs tale. saying b'ogey after hit-
ting into the water on the final hole for
a one-stroke victory over lay Haas ~and
Scort Hoch
.Last ev~en Keith Fisrgus won the
Cap Cana Champ~onship oi. March 29

out fro 9 yrs fo gle onthe 17
hole and finished with a 67 for a -one-
stroke8 vctory over M~ark O'Meara and

Notes:Watson, coming off hip replace-
.ment surgery, is making his third start of
the season. He tied for 15th iri the season-
opening Mitsutdishi Electric Championship
.and tidfor 2 nd OntToshb tCI s i

kiet nMutal agends of Golf is next
PGA EUROPEANjTOURI
CHINA GOLF ASSOCIATION
Volvo~ China Open. ~

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Course: Beijing CBD International
Gol cup ( I32 yar s, p ir's sare:




Iin tmidniam.,t 93m. .m.-12:3(1 p.m.;
Last year: Ireland's D'amien ~McGrane
won his first European tour title, closing
with a 1-over 73 in heavy rain for a nine-
stroke victory
Notes: Scotland's Colin Montgomerie
is in the field....The vWinner will earn a
spot in the 16-rnan Volvo World Match
Play Championship in Spain in September.
...The European tour will team with the
Asianctiicuit next week for the Ballantine's
Championship in South Korea.
Net- http://www.europeantour.com
NATIONWIDE TOUR -


Athens Regionda Foundation Classic
Site: Bogayrt Ga. 1
Schedulq:Thursday-Sunday.
Course: Jennings Mill Country Club
(7,004 yards, par 72). .
PLrse: $550,000. Winner's share:
$99,000.
Television: None.. .
Last year: Robert Damron- won for
the first time since the PGA Tour's 2001
Byion Nelson Classic, beating England's
Greg Owen with a~ birdie on the first
extra hole.
Last event: Airstralia's Michael Sim
won the Stonebrae Classic on April 5
in Hayward, Calif., for his second career


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Mondayr Games
Cleve~land 1 II, ndhian 109
Toronto 97,Washington 96
New Jersey 91, Charlotte 8
Chicago 91. Denoir 88
Milwvaukee 98. Orlando 80 '
Houston 86, New Orleahrs 66 '
Datllas 96 Minnesota 94
1)tah I06, L. Clippers 85
Denver I18,Sac~aiament 98
Phoenix 19,Memnphis 110
Prtanlud I 13, Oklahoma City 83
San Antonio 101, Golden State 72 ~
STuesdayk Games
Mcaml at Atlanta in)
Boston at Philadelphia (n)
Urah at ~LA. Lakers (n)
Today' Games
Trnroa h~g, pm
Deut~iti M$;iapmi,8pm
Charlotte at Orlando, 8 p~m.
Milwaukee at Indiana,8 p~m
Washington at Boscan,8p.m.
New Jer3sefa New*York; 8 phr-
Houston a Dallas,8 p.m .'
Sacramenra'ati kmhrieoa,8 p~in
New Orleans art$ Antonia 8~ p~m
Phlladelphia at Cleve~land, 8 pm. ,
Denver at Porthnd 10:30 p m, .
Golden Stace at.Rhoiinx, 10 30 pm.
Oklahoma .City at' LA Clip ers,
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Atlaiita 5- I .833 I
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New York 3 4 -.429 3'&
Washiingtbn 0 :7 .000 6'h
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Chcago 1 5 `2 .714. '
Pittsburgh '4 3 .571 11 h

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San Diego 6. 2 -750 ~-
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Pittsbisrgh 7. HousonO 0
Chicago Cubs: 4,Colorado 0
Philadelphia: 9,Washington 8
LA Dodgers I I,5an Francisco I
San Diego 6, N.Y. Mets 5 -
Cincinnati l,Milwaike 6
SStLouis 2,Arizoital ;
Florida Tus Games .
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (n)
St Louis at Arzn n

Colorado (Marquis 1-0) at Chicago
Cr bs (Harden 0-0), 2:0 p.m.
St. Louis (Pineiro I-0) at Arizona
(Gariand I 0 3 )40 pm

Wa hirlaph (Mr is 0), 7:05 po-,at
(OHeuto 0ympo )T: 5t .)Pittsburgh
.FIbrda (A.Miller 0-0) at Atlanta
(D.Lowe 1-0),7:10 p.m. ;
(OSan Diego (orrela 0-0) at N.Y. Mets
Cincinnati (Owings 0-0) at Milwaukee
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against you and will cause
Syou grief. \'ou have enough
support to take careM bf ny
pressing matter. ~t.:
Mi~ay i20): The more you
expressqygur likes, dislikes. ~
Sides and plans, the more
Esupport youi will -get ~and
the closer you will coine to
-. making your dreams a real- .
'ity. Don't mliss an opportu-
.nity to pick up skills to en-
able you to earn A~nd enjoy
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iJund 20): You may have
some great -ideas that can
ear~n you iSome extra cash
.or help yott ~win a se'ttle- ~
ment ~or contract However,
:do with top many, people
will work against you. Go it
alone, using your own style
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you to pursue one of your
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because of meddling, argu-
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garding your strategy and
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you did in the ~ast and r!e-
.verse a decision. Honesty
is always; the best policy.
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your emotions lead the
way. Discuss your feelings
and intentions regarding
thie direction of your per-
sonal and professional
life. Taking on something
you've thought about but
never imagined you could
Pull off will be within your
reach.-AAA
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Feb. 18): Expressioh of
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advantage if you want to
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unusual methods that may
not have been considered
and will have a lasting ef-
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Match Play kicks off


.CST visited by
~USA Swimming
Dave Thomas, Sport
Development Consultant
for: USA Swimming at the
'Olympic Training Center in
Colorado Springs, Colo.,
visited Friday with Columbia
I ~Sl~Swim Team athletes and
club officials about the
various programs and
1111ir II ~1 :~13 services available to the
teprin- Columbia Swim Team
Sis how an exthnsiort of
Gator Swim Club. Thomas
Brought along an Olympic
Trials Gold Medal, which
'swibinmer Lauren Le~
tried on for size at the
.001urfibia Aquatic Complex.
Registration for Columbia
Swim Team continues
this week at the pool '
and practices are
4:30-6:30 p.m. on
-Monday, Tuesday and
COURTESY PHOTO Thursday.


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SPORTS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009


Page Editor: Tim Kirby, 754-0421


11-18(Cflight, 16-20; Dflight,
21-pjlus handicap,
Prizes include a tropihy
and "tour, bucks" for fir-st -
plac'e and second place, and
~third if there are nine or
moike plaJyeris-in a flight.
A skins game apd Calcutta
also are offered. -.
Cost~ to join the FGolf
Amateur Tour is $85 Asid l
several local players are
regtilarqi oh the Jacksonville
section of the tour.
SPlaying in the A division
are. Tony Kent :(currently
10th place), DonnieThomas


(20th) and David Crawford
(24~th). B division players
are Travis Gr'een' (fourithft
toiry Depratter (ffth) and
Ke~vin Odom (15th).
The EGolf Amateur Tur
has: a national champion-
sihip pjlanined at Hilton Head
Island in October. :;.::?
aturday is "'Earth Day"
,on the EGolf.Amateur Tour
~and players are asked fo
donate old golf balls not
being us~ed.
floke Board is the- t ur
director. The Web sit is
ama~teiur~glto lflournet


From staff reports .

Southern Oaksi~ Golf
Club is hosting the EGolf
Amateur Tour on Saturday.
The medal play event
begins with a shotgun start
at 9 a.m..
Cost for the' tourna-
ment is $65 and the EGolf
Amateur Tour permits any-
one to play-obne event as a
guest of the tour. :
Five flights are offered
by the tour --- chamtpion-
ship flight, 0-'5 handicap;
A ~flight, 6-10; B flight,


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Boots Farley


The ~MGA Match Play
Championship got under
way on Saturday.
In the opening round,
Dean Soucinek defeated
Joe Herring, Steve Nail
d. Charles Gagliano, Don
Horn d. Steve: Pelli-er,
Lynn Smith d. A.J. Lavii,
Frank Piazza .d. J~ohn
Sinclair, Wallace Christie
d1. David Bernheim, Br~uce
Park d. Gerald Smithy, Jack
Tuggle d. Jerry Perkiis
aird Tim Tortorice d. Keith
Denmark.


Davis, second; Jeff Mosley,
third;
B Division Ed Higgs,
fist; Lynn Smith, second;
Joe Herring and Emerson
Darst, tied for third;
C Division --1Vike
Harris,first*StanMusgr:ove,
second; Bill Levens and
Danny Harrington, tied for
third;'
D Division Ronnie
Ash,~ first; Duane Rogers,
second; Thn Tortorice
and Gletmn White, tied for
third:


Top of the Hill winners:
SA Division Don Horn,
first;~ Wallace 'Christie,
second; Joe Herrizig, third;
B .Division Glenn
White, first; Tim Tortorice,
second, Glenn Sanders,
third.
Wednesday Blitz results:
A 'Division -- :Cory
Bannister, first;' Curtis


SOUTHERN
OAKS
Ed Goff
ner in its annual scramble.
Nick Slay captained the
winning team to win at 231.7
under par, followed closely
by Donald Robert's team
at -2.1, 1.
Ron Forman, Joel
Forman, Wiley Hunter and
Jodyi Dupree w~ere third at
-20.3.
Both Good Old Boys
matches were close.
Match I went to Ed Snow,
Joe Persons and Howard
Whitak~er by a single point,
over M~ark Risk, Carl
Wilson and Jim Stevens.
Match 2 went to score-
card regression to break


The Children's M~iracle
Network Tournament,
sponsored by Wal-Mart'
provided the shot of the
year thus far.
Jim Arnold knocked in
a 7-wood on No. 15 for
his first ace, a shot worth
a set of Taylor MIade
Burner irons, courtesy of
Wal-M~art, and. a three day
vacation trip donated by
Rountre~e-M~oore.
The tournament win
went to the team of Stephen
Jones, Donnie Thomas.
Greg Lyons and Al Alvarado
at 20 under par. Tommy
Wynn's team took second
place at 16under.
The Lions Club used
gross scores plus team
handicaps to decide a win-


a 2-2 tie and give the wiin
to Merle Hibbard, Tomt
Elmore and Carl Jones,
over Stan Wloolbert, Rufus
Ward, W'il Croft and Dan'
Stephens.
M~ark Risk shot 34 to
claim front nine medalist
honors and Stan Woolbert
took the back nine prize
with a 38.
Three shots were ail
that separated the fist four
teams in Wlednesdaqs PM~
Scramble.
Jerry West, Anita
Campbell and Al Alvarado
took first at -4. edging Greg
Ly'ons, Mlartin Hatcher and
Dennis Hendershott who
finished at -3.
The S &r S Food Stores
Scramble is Friday.


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The Tigers will travel
Sto Gainesville at 41:30 p.m.
today for a double Imeet
against the host team and
Eastside.
Todd Stewart won the
. -219-pound weight class
at the sectional meet at
Palatka High on April 7i and
punched his ticket to the
state meet. He had a 345
i bench press and 300 clean
and jerk for a 6j45 total.
Marquis Davis (375-335-
710) and Brach Bessant
(355-315-670) placed 2-3 in
the 238-pound weight .class
at the sectional. As top-four
finishers, their totals will be
comparedrd to others~in the
section to determine if they
qualify for state.
Fontaine Woodbury (310)-
275-585) placed fourth at
219 pounds and also awaits
a qualifying decision.


FISHING
Continued~ Fromi Page 1B
three basic techniques.
Rober ( Dees, of the North
Florida Bassmasters and a
regional director with the
Florida Bass Federation,
said the local fishing club is
'helping sponsor the event
to introduce children to the
recreational aspects of lish-
':ing at an early age.
"Part of our goal is to pro-
mote fishing and develop
youths with this recreation-
al activity for their life, so
as a club project each year
we're required to do some
sort of youth event" he said.
"'We're participating with
Ithe Lake City Recreation
Department as part of our
event and the goal is to pro-
niote fishing and develop
children's exposure to it."
Lake City City Council
member Jake Hill said he
also enjoys fishing and felt it
was important to introduce
the children to the recre-
ational aspects of the sporL,
"We're doing this to give
the kids in the community
something to do," he said.
Jernigan said the recreation
department decided to host
the inaugural event as another
activity for local children.
"We thought it would be
a good activity for the cen-
ter," he said. "We're always
working to provide new pro-
grams for the center."


EGolf Amateur Tour


to visit Southern Oaks


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Pierce Kelly


IsstLies

regarding
health care

and wills


SWhite asks,
"'I don't have
a wciill, but my
B ~~children keep 'L fF r
telling me I need to get
Sone. I don't have all that
much, just some ~land, a
mobile' home, mny truck,
so~me gurns and a fewr
other things. Do) 1 need
a will? And what's the
difference between a w~ill
and a living will?"
Dear B.IL. If you want
40 decide who is to~ get
whatever you have when'
you;did, then you should
have-what is called a "Last
Will and Testament."
If you die without a W'ill,
--the State of Florida has
laws which will determine
: who is to get what. For
example, Florida Statute
732.102 provides that if
yuded l ang aieo ad

get the fli-st $60,000 and

r;the other half of what is left
over.
The law makes
provisions for all kinds
.0of situations, including
no spouse, no children,
no parents and no living
B brothers or sisters. If all
else fails, and there are
absohritely no relatives, the
property goes to the State
of Florida.
1Vost people want to
decide who is to get what
when i~t's their time to go.
Wills aren't expensive,
Either, and most lawyers
will happily create one for ,
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JASON MATTI-EW WALHERIL je I:,r Pep~:.rl-r
Isa Johnson (left), a physical therapist with Omni,Home Care, demonstrates on Tesie Wood the complete decongestive therapy that lymphede-
ma patients must undergo. Lymphedema is a chronic illness which causes extremities to swell due to a build-up of lymph fluid. Johnson applies
layers of short-stretch bandages to help move the fluid along throughout the body.


Omni Home Care helps those


Wh6 ar liviing with lympedema


the National Lyniphedema
Netwhork.
Medical reports 'also~ say
that in developing countries
a formi of lymphedlema,
caused by a parasite called :
Filariasis, affects as many as
200 million people worldwide.
Lymphedema is also common
in lkelikt cakcer survivors.
."It's' estimated 15 to 25
percent of breast cancer
Survivors may develop
lymiphedema at some point
in their life," said Adam
Anschel, owner/president ,
o f Lympha Care,,a New
SYork-based company with


rep~resentatives across the
country. "Non-cancer related
o;r congenital ,lyinphedema is :
more and more common in :r:
the older popubstion. People
may 'be genetically predisposed
to it without knowing its
developing, and you rnay see
a lot more in Florida because
of the heat.~ Heat exasperates
it. It's a very imnder re~cognized
condition."
Amy Fernandes, cliniical
manager for the west team
of Omni Home Care, said
lyinphedema treatment is not
something new to the medical
industry, although it is new


to the Lake City health care
provider.
".For our area we chose to
:send some therapists an~d have
them certified in this because
we saiv.a need in the; medical
community," she said.
Lymphedema can be caused
by poor circulation, the result,
of mastectomies, vascular
issues, diabetes. radiation
treatment therapy or trauma or
accident injuries that affect the
lymph sy~stems.
Lymphe~dema is incurable
ad d.there. is also no surgery
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suffer from a
chromec illness
which causes their
extremlities to
swell from fluids which aire not -
properly expelled from their
bodies.
:The condition, lymphledema,
is ani unusual accumulation of
lymph ~fluid in the tissues of the
arms or legs of a patient due
to a malfunction of, or injury
to, the lymphatic system-
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:Former nurse becomes public relations director at LifeStyle Center


LAKE CITY REPORTER ACT 2 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009


Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424


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she said, "you become attached.
Then, they die. Within three
~years, five people I cared for
died and three of them died in
my arms.". .
She retained to college, -
Beckley, in W.Va., and earned an
associate's degree in business
ana~rigement. With that
Shaniklin started working for a
company in marketing. Three
months into her job, her life took
an unexpected turn.
"I came down here because
my brother was dying from
cancer," she said. She cared for
him from February to October ~
of 2001 when he died.
AS for her current position,
Shanklin said she loves it.
S"It's very exciting," Shanklin
said. "Debby (Freeman) throws
everything at me.' It keeps me
challenged."
While her title is "public
relations ~director," Shanklin
said it also encompasses her
duties as a service coordinator, -
a volunteer coordinator and in
case management. She also tim~s
the extended family services
aspect for extended families.
That 'service is for'p~eop~le


- from 3.2 to 5.2 percent in the
past year. It rose to 5.6 percent
in February, according to
information from AARE.-
Starting overis never easy,
AARP notes, but older workers
face added challenges: There
are fewer jobs, they're harder
to find, the search takes longer
- typically 25 weeks for a 55-
plus job seeker compared with
18.7 weeks for someone younger
- and the salary is often lower.
The Agency for Workforce
Innovation showed a jobless
rate of 9.4 percent in February.
The figures of unemployment in
Columbia County:
aJuly 2008 to March 2009:
2,906 claims
SJuly 2007 to June 2008:
?,375 claims
And statewide by age:
45 to 54: 25.5 percent
55 to 59: 10 percent
60 to 64: 6 percent
a 65 and older: 5 percent
While some older workers
are unemployed, in the case of
Shanklin land -others a second
career does work out.
Hence her advice to, "Go for
it."


SBy JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter. com

career in the later
years of their lives
presents challenges,
but one person who
did this advises senior citizens
to, "Go for it."
Carol Shanklin, 58, of Lake
City works as the public
relations director at the LifeStyle :
Enrichmenlt Center. She's been ;
helping people in her second
career since 2001.
Her switch to business
management an~d marketing
came after decades of service as
a nurse. .
Born in Alderson, W.Va"
Shanklin started her nursing
career there 'at the age of 20.
She also was the mother of two
boys and two girls. She has nine
~grand children and two great- .
grandchildren.
Shanklin served as a caregiver
for 12 years to a couple who
needed assistance 24-hours-a-
day. H :years as a nurse ended,
however; becaixse she 14came
"'burned out.' ,'


"WVhen you wNork
in nursing homes
anid care for thre
elder ly, you become
attached.Then,
they die.W(ithin
three years, five
people I cared for
died and three
oftem died in
my arms.

Carol Shanklin,
public relations director at
LifeStyle Enrichment Center

who do not qualify for grants for
respite care, such as personal
care and homemaking. They pay
a fee and are served a's if they
were among the people whose
care is covered byj grants. -
Shanklin is fortunate. Not all
older workers are able to find a
second career.
The number of older workers
losing their jobs is growing ,
faster than any other age group


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Carol Shanklin, 58, is one of s
the few people who has made a
switch from one career to a com-
pletely unrelated career: later in life.
Shanklin, who was once a nurse
in West Virginia, is now the public
relations director at the LifeStyle
Enrichment Geniter.

"W~hen you wor-k in nursing
homes and care for thie elderly,"


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City. The teleconference
will focus on ways of
'understanding diversity
and how cultural histories,
traditions and beliefs can
affect,end-of-life care.
The teleconference will
be broadcast at Lake City
Community College in
Lake City Medical Center
Auditorium the Barney E.
McRae, Jr. MD Medical
Technology Building, Room
103.
For information or
to register, visit wtllw.
havenhospice.org and click
on the "HFA Teleconference"
link or call (352) 692-5168.

Friday, May 1
Law Day event planned
in 01ustee Pa ~k
May 1 is Law Day and
a Law Day event is slated`
for 8:3Q a.m. to 9 a.m. on
May 1 in Olustee Park..
A Florida Supreme Court
Justice is anticipated tc)
attend as are several judges
from the Columbia County
Courthouse. The gathering is
currently projected to include
free doughnuts and coffee.

Saturday, May 2

'Spring Flingb slated
The first Lake City"Police
and Firefighters' Spring Fling
is scheduled for 7 p.m. on
May 2 at 521 `NW Old Mill
Drive. Hosted by Jerry and

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przs ikedt cs $a5n0d and
may be purchased at CARC,
Road ,aSp Hous 5m4e
NW Lake Jeffery Road;
Eadie Insurance Agency,
4447 NW American Lane;
Sassy's, 174 N. Marion

Fam ec~y, 02 a Main
Blvd. and at all First.Federal
Savings Bank of Florida
locations. Call 752-1880, ext.
104, or 752-4736.

Monday, May 4
Flower arranging slated
at Lifestyle Center
.Karl Alexander is
instructing a flower arranging

L et lem nrch~mn nC nttee,
628 SE Allison Court. The
cost is $5 and participants
must bring their own vase.

Wednesday, May 6


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter

,The Wajl to bring out the smiles
Participants of the LifeStyle Enirichment Cen~ter's Easter Parade Fashion Show react as Lake City Community College
business student Austin Forsyth, 24, kisses the hand of Mary Beaty, 87.


the techniques fobr finishing
off the wire to complete the
bracelet.. The workshop costs
$20 and includes allysupplies
and park admission. Call


to eritertain from 10 to
11:45 a.m. at the LifeStyle
Eririchment Center, 628 SE
Allison Court.


~Other food will be available
for purchase from nqn-profit
organizations. Entertainment
part of the day shows music
by the Mercy Mountain
Boys, Caitlin Nicole Eadie,
William Scott and the
sil erhaed CHar~rya uestit
and th CCG way iy
Band, Audre' Wa'sh ngton,
Di ricx Ta~rn arliorth,
the Sesquicentennial Choir
and Summners Elementary.
A sit iSonbthekagenda as
wel Free book frm te
Columbia County Public
Library system will be given
away. Works by local artists
are scheduled to be on
display and for sale in the
Teen Town building, near
.to Memorial Stadiurr, from
noon to 6 p.m.


A Hawiian luau is planned
for 1 to 2 p.m. on April 24
et tre~i etyl Er chment

SHINE at LifeS~tyle
Enrichment Center
Serving Health Insurance
Needs of Elders (SHINE)
will be at the LifeStyle
Ehrichrnent Center, 628 SE
Allison Court. This service
happens from 12:30 p.m.
to 2 p.m. on the fourth
Wednesday every month,
People with questions
about Medicare, Medicaid,
supplemental insurance, Part
D prescription drug plans, or
Medicare billings are invited.
teivdul wotcannot ceame
site close to them can call
the Elder Helpline at 1-800-
262-2243.

Thursday, April 23
Art League to meet
at Haven Hospice
The Art League of North
Florida is scheduled to
meet with artists checking
.their work in at 6 p.m. on
April 23 at Haven Hospice,
6037 W. U.S. Highway 90. A
dessert and coffee mixer will
follow at 7 p.m., with a brief
planning business meeting.
Anyone interested in joining
may attend and enter the
show with their gallery
prepared pieces. Call (904)
327-8304.


Shandas Lake Shore
Hospital's Diabetic Support
Group is schedule d to meet
the hospital, 368 NE Franklin
St. The topic is "Fitness and
Exercise." Call 754-8000.


LN S~tyltoCmeteer
The National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
,Asssociation is scheduled'
to meet at 12:30 p.m. on
April 21 in the LifeStyle
Enrichment Center, 628 SE
Allison Court. Guest speaker
will be Derick Thomas of
Clay Electric Co-op.

Wekdnesday, April 22
Entertainment planned
at senior center
John Semi and the
Kitchen Band are scheduled


at country aIrgroeunds
The Mast'er Gardeners
Sresent class eac th d
1 p.m. Master gardeners
from the Columbia County
Extension Office of the
University of Florida teach
mont t thieS ain raofcah o
the Columbia Countyr Library.
Call (386) 758-2101.

Park hosts headed
bracelet worlkshop
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State Park is
scheduled to host a beaded
bangle bracelet workshop
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On
April 18. Participants will
sha e wd coo c mb ation
of beads, string beads in a
pattern on memory wire and


Covenant Community
soahoeol' forudhs rogh n nth
entertain irom 11 a.m. to
11s:30 a.m '-

Wlednesday, April 29
Haven Hospice to host
annual teleconference
The Hospice Foundation
of America's 16th Annual
National Bereavement
Teleconference on "Diversity
and End-of-Life Care" is
scheduled for 1:30 to
4 p.m. April 29 throughout
2,000 communities in the
United States, including Lake


planned at LifeStyle
Mothers' Day is Sunday,
May 10, but the LifeStyle
Enrichment Center, 628 SE
Allison Court, is going to
have a program. mid-week
as part of its entertainment.
The program is from 10:30 to
11:45 a.m. on May 6.
ACT 11 is published every third
Wednesday. To submit items
for the calendar, contact Jeff
M. Hardison by calling (386)
754-0426, or by sending an
e-mail to jhardison @lakecity-
reporter.com.
Items must be submitted
before the 10th of the month
to be included.


EVENTS FOR AN AiCTIVE 'YOU


A rl15:
Woman's C~lub to hold:.
-monthly luncheon
The Woman's' Club of `
o Lake City is continuing its
effort to raise money to
S renovate the kitchen of the :
clubhouse on Hernando
Street. The April luncheon is
scheduled to be from it a.ri.
'to 1 p.m. on ApnI 15. Cost
1 ~of the lunch is $4. Ham and
~beans with rice, cornbread,
salad' and a home-baked
dessert are to be served.
Lunches can be baten in,
taken out or delivered. :
Call Kay Poltorak at
(386) 719-92321.

ThrdaApi 1; 6
Retired educators
to meet at annest : :
SThe Columbia County :
Retired Educators have
scheduled a meeting at :
1 p.m. on April 16 at the
School Board Complex
Annex, room 130. All retired
educators are welcome.
The group meets the third
Thursday oi each month,
although it does not meet in
the summer. Call 752-6005

Sta~te park~ holds animal
folklore workshop
An owl workshop is set to
be held from 6 to 8:30! p.m.
on April l16 at Stephen Foster
.Folk Quiture Center in White
Spr-ings. It is an- installment
of a series of'Arimal Wisdom
workshops. Workshop fees
are $25 per class.
Pre-registration is required. *
Caill (386) 397-19'20- .

Friday, April 17
Del Suggs to perform
at LCCC's Levy Center ~
Tallahassee singer- ,
songwriter -Del Suggs~is
scheduled to perform
:his unique guitar-driven
"saltwater thusic" at Lake
City Cominunity College at
7:30 p.m. in the'college's '
Levy Performing Arts C~enter
SThe concert is the final show
";in the college's 2008-09
:-Lyceum Series season.
iiCall 754-4340.
~'Pot luck dinner
i~and dancing planned
A~ pot luck dinner and

rthe Teen Town Community
SCenter, 533 NW Desoto
St. The event is open to all
Singles and married couples.
S"Lt she i conjunction with
f=Department. Call Maggie
I'Battle (386) 961-9342, Jim
:Eddy (904) 275-3662 or Tobe
Morrow (386) 961-0368.

:Saturday, April 18
-'Founders' Day planned
:eai: ggmorial S~tadium
The Founders' Day .
Festival 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
epsi brand drinks for free.


Saturday, April 25

RHS group to meet
at community center
All Richardson High
School alumni are invited
to a round-up meeting for
the Wolves. It is scheduled
for noon on April 25 at
the fr e uHSr tpues,

of Richardson Community
Center, 255 NE Coach
Anders Lane. Plans are
being made for the third
school picnic.

Cemetery association
plans annual meeting
The Mount Tabor
Cemetery Association is
scheduled to'condluct its
annual meeting at the
cemetery, 991 SE Cline
Feagle Road, at 9 a.m. on
April 25.

Monday, April 27
Covenant Community


(386) 397-1920- Hawlian luau planned
at LifeStyle Center
MOndayApril 20


VUUI~, r
Flower arrangement
class set at LifeStyle
Kari. Alexander .is
scheduled to instruct a flower
arrangement clas's from 1 .
to 2 p.m. on April 6 at the
LifeStyle Enrichment Center,
628 SE Allison Court. Class
ccist is $5. Bring your own
vase -

Tuesday, April 21


Diabetes support~group
Master Gardeners meet to nipet at Shands
~~~~C:mAf.


School choir is slated Mothers' Day program





s plan ahead


"Most lawyers
who prepare~
Last WVills and
7Testaments
normally
recommends
.that a
Person
execute a
Living Wrill and
Health Care
Designation at
the same time
and, again, it is
not an
expensive
proposition."
P Pierce Kelly,
member of the
Florida Bar Association

advice is to get all three
documents as soon as
practicable because you
never know when you
might need one.
.If you need a will or
Advanced directive and
you cannot afford an
attorney, you can call the
closest Legal Services _
of'ce"C ""ic towidetso
qualified individuals, or call
the Florida Bar Referral
service at (800) 342-8011.
I wish you good luck in .
obtaining access to our
legal system, no matter;
what your income and
asset level might be.
SAuthor's note: The reader
who. asked the qudstionz this
month died two hours a~fer
'picking up his will.
O~ne never knows when
one's time is up. Be
prepared.
a Pierce Kelley is a
member of the Florida Bar
Association. The contents
reflect his personal opinions
and beliefs. Any readers with
sheii le'ag q uee nfor:
areinvited to subrnit those
que'stioris tothse 'editor of this
newspaper, who will pass it
along to the attorney.



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you at a cost of a couple of
hundred dollars.
Now, a document called
a "Living Will" is a horse of
a different color altogether.
A "Living Will" is one of
several types of documents
which are called
"Advanced Directives.' It
is used if you should ever
be in a situation where
you are unable to make a
decision about what should
or should not be done to
you concerning medical or
health issues.
A "Living" Will is a
document which comes
into play while you are
still alive, hence the term
"Living." Most people use
this document to state
their desire not to be kept
alive like that unfortunate
soul in St. Petersburg who
remained on life support
for 10 years until a Court
fEinally ordered the life
support tubes removed,
amid much controversy
.and public outcry. ~
Another example of an
"Advanced Directive" is a
"!Health.Care Designate."
Thiis clocuinent is used if
: you are unable to make ;'
a decision about what
I'medical p~rocedures sjhou d
be performed, but you
:Treoo n~ vege veon e
life support systems as
in the example above.
It would be used if you
were unconscious, but not
in a coma, for example,
and the hospital needed .
permission to perform a
medical procedure and
could not proceed without
that authorization.
If you had executed a
"Designation of Heailth
Care Surrogate" form, .
the person to whom you
gave the authority to make
medical decisions on your
behalf would be able ;o` do
so, Without such a form, .
the hospital would have to
.wait untilyou were able .to
give consent, which could,
be problematic at tin'iesi
Most -lawyers who ~
prepare Last Wills and
Testaments normally
reconlimend that a person
execute a: Living Will and
Health Care Designation at
the same time and, again,
it is not an expensive
proposition,
B.L., I hope the
foregoing answers your
question, ~although you
may have~ received more
information than you.
bargained for. My best


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IVanual lymph drainage heilpslreroute the accumulation of fluid, which is cortmori in~ breast cancer survivors and can be
caused by poor circulation, diabetes, vascular issues and sometimes the Filariasis parasite found in developing countries. It .
can take;-at le~ast 4,5 minus to perform~ manual lymph drainage on each limb.


OMNI: Help those whio are battling lymphedema
Conltinuzed Fron/;P je' 1C.


for the chronic medical .'
condition.
Anschel said the home :
sequential pumps are also
a miedically recognized
treatment, typically
Prescribed by a physician,
He said lymf~hacare. .
Scom'is a riatio'nal provider
of home compression :
pumps for. treatment
of Lymphedema. The
home pumps are covered ;
through some health
care pi-ogramls and in
most cases, as well as
by the larger insurance
companies.
At Omni Home Care,
I037 U;S. Highwdfr90 ~.
West ~Suite 140h, and
online at omnihha.com,
::lymphedema treatment
:has been offered to
patients~ for about a month.
Treatment can consist
of mainual lymnph drainage
a~ type of massage to the
~vessels and the ziodes in
the bodyr or compressiolil
Bandages on patients.
Physical therapists and
physicians consultt to
determine which treatment
is best fo~r the patients.
Lyiprhedena is very
patients and a lot of times
it affects their ambulation
and mobilityt" she said.
"The treatments can last
weeks it depends on
the patient, how thruch
.flitd aidhow the patient

..Physical therapists
with Ormni Home Care
p ovide treah ents

the patient has to meet i
;Medicare homebound.
criteria for home care.
"Thle 'retri eai t en is
very patient specific," .
Fernandes said. "If a


patient has these areas
of edema, they've got
no healing wounds and
they think they may be a
candidate, they need to ask
their 'physician. A trained
therapist will go out and
make an evaluation and let
them know if they might '
Sbe appropriate for this
Treatmentt" .
An evaluation is
comprehensive, including a
35-page assessment where
vital signs as well as patieixt
history, cardiac history,
functional and mobility
standards are ~test~ed~ia~
additiori to other te~stsj and `
medications and clinical
diagnoses. The evaluation
'normally; takes close to two
hours to perform.
"Wf7ve treat under
Medicare and if the -
patient meets criteria
and is appropriate,
then Medicare covers
the patient benrefit -100
percentt" Fernandes said.
"Ihnere is no 20 percent co-
:pay This is covered under
the Medicare Homecare
Benefit and currently ~that's
at100 percent." '


Photos by JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake Cary PCayne,
Physical therapists utili ~'specific techniques for '
different parts of the body, including stationary d~irc~le, '
rotary, pump-and-scoop, techniques and variations of each.
:Physical therapy sessions last for four to five days in a row
for 3 to 4 weeks in the beginning and can last about 90 mnin-
utes for epceh session.


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recover from her losses.,,
'You see my recovery,
said Hodgson. "By the
time I get to the end of the
book, hopefully the reader
sees that this was a solid
person who worked hard
on her recovery."
Besides detailing her
personal journey, Hodgson
also explores the myriad
sides of grief and how
writing can help anyone
recoup from tragedy.
"Words don't lie,"
Hodgson said. "Whait
you write eventually
'reveals what you are
thinking. The writing-
to-recover approach
works with many of
life's challenges
such as divorce,
:cancer or a new
Babyy"
To augnient
"Writing to
Recover,"
I-odgson and hei)
publisher, Centering
Corporation, have
added a jourhlal, the
author's 27th book,
and an affirmations
calendar,
And to help Hodgson
both continue her own
recovery and aid the
recovery of others, her
28th book will soon be
available.
"I'm writing, 'Still
Writing to Recover:
Continuing the Grief
Journey,'" she said. "I
realized you have to
keep writing."


cope was to return to my
orter.com roots as a writer. I made a
conscious decision to work
writing what on it for a year. I finished it
you know on the anniversary of her


death."
As difficult as finishing
the book was, not furnishing
was an option Hodgson
had removed from her life.
"You~ have two choices
when you suffer as many
losses as I did the author
said. "I decided, life is a
miracle and I don't want to
waste it."
"~Writing to Recover: The
Journey from Loss & Grief
to a New Life" is


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a tired
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mantra, but for one
Minnesota author this
aphorism delivered her to
the depths of despair -
and then
brought
Usher back.
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the past
three
decades,
the time
Hodgson in which
Harriet Hodgson made
the decision to trade an
:elementary education
teaching career for full-
time writing, the prolific
author has published
;more than two dozen
b~jdokEs. The topics
of :those books are
lirpad from sexual
Earagssment of~teens
toC:Alzheimer's
disease.
'Ib9 complement
her written work,
including credit
Es*& contributing
'glier for a Mayo
SClinic book on
pregnancy and j, -
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con~tributor to Rochester
P;~osZ-Bulletin, Hodgson
uratle arid narrated "Parent
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Ra~dio. She has made guest
appearancess on more than
:13.0 radio and television
til shows.
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11:ounseling, healing and
oVe~rcoming life-rending
situations that can leave
p'sychological- scars.
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f~or the rapid series of
f~afilily deaths she would
experience in 2007. In nine
months, she w-ould lose~~'
h~er 415-)vear-old daugh ter,
Usher 98-year-old father-in-
law, her brother and her
.for-mer son-in-law, The
Sob~iinaries of her daughter
Sand father-in-law appeared
in the: newspaper on the
same day.
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H~odgso'n's coping skills
the very skills she had
detailed in book after book
-- returned herto the one
thing she could think to .
do.
She began work otl her
2(ith book: "Writing to:
Recoverr"
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book: one week after my ;i
daughter died," Hod~gson
said. "Te only way I could


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Sec. 197.241 ES.
Notice is hereby given that the Mark
Sullivan C/F Thomas Sullivan of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued h eons Th cet eicate sn ner
of the property and name in which it
was assessed is as follows:
Certificate Number: 386
Year of Issuance: 2003
Description of Property: SEC 34
TWN 2S RNG 16 PARCEL NTUM-
BER 0187-010 COMM SE COR OF
NW 1/4 OF SE 1/4, RUN N 939.16
FT, W 694.5 FT TO W R/W OF A
CO RD FOR POB, CONT W 632.41
FT TO W LINE OFENW~l 1430F SE
393.98 FT TO POB. ORB 394-638,
394-639, 971-994
Name in which assessed: JENSIE
DORSEY
All of said property being in the
County of Columbia, State of Flori7
da. Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the proper-
ty described mn such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder at the
Courthouse on Monday the 11 day of
May, 2009, at 11:00 A.M.
P. DEWITT CASON
CLERIC( OF COURTS .
AMERICANS WITHIN DISABILI-
TIES ACT; If you are a person with
a disability who needs any accom-
Smodation in order to participatte in
this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Persons with a
disability who need ariyaccommoda-
tion to participate should contact the
ADA Coordinator, P.O. Box 1569,
Lake City, FL 32056, 386-719-7428,
within two (2) working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
ing impaired call (800) 955-8771; if
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(TDD), or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via
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seven (7) days prior to this proceed
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Foreclosure of Lien andi intent to sell
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LAKIE CITTY, FL 32055
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SALE DATE: May 4, 2009
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April 15, 2009
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.UNDER, AND ~AGAINST .THE
BHEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN. TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY, CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST K~NOWN ADDRESS: UN-
.KNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: IUN-
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original with this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive
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WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 9 day of April,
2009.
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ner of Lot 13, Block C of Oakhaven,
as per plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 5, Page 54-A of the Public Re-
cords of Columbia County, Florida
and thence S 0' 14' 20" W, along the
East line of Section 12, Township 3
South, Range 15 East of said Colum-
iat Cuny,thle ds6 fe Moo gh nt rn
of the centerline of Magnolia Lane;
thence N 87' 55' 37" W, along said
Prolongation 661.53 feet to the inter-
section of said centerline of Magno-
lia Lane and the centerline of Dog-
wood Court; thence continue North
87" 55' 37" W, along the centerline
of said Magnolia Lane, 330.01 feet;
thence South 0" 16' 20" W, 30.01
feet to the South right-of-way line of
saidBMagoi Ln and te nPt u
O' 16' 30" W, 609.29 feet; thence N
89' 43' 40" W, 284.5 feet; thence N
O' 16' 20" E, 624.66 feet to the
South right-of-way line of said M~ag-
nolia Lane, said point being on a
curve to the left having a radius of
260.00 feet and an included angle of
12" 45' 40''; thence Easterly along
the south night-of-way line of said
Magnolia Lane an are distance of
57.91 feet; thence S 87' 55' 37" E,
along the South right-of-way lIme of
said Magnolia Lane, 227.41 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING.
Any person claiming an miterest mn
the surplus from the sale, if any, oth-
er than the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
P. DEWIT CASON
As Clerk of the court
By: /s/B.Scippio
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 30 day of March, 2009
In accordance with the -Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7) days prior,
contact the Clerk of the Court's disa-
LIlr c ordmnator at 94)C9 82 63,

,32056. If hearing impaired, contact
(fDDI 800-955-8771 via Florida Re-
la> S),rem
Ben-Ezra & Katz,P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, Suite 300
Fort I auderdale, Florida 33312
Telephone (305) 770-4100
Fat: .(305) 653-2329

Apyni r, I 5, 2009

N TCEEOF APPLICATION FOR

Neocticle9 2s hFb given that the G.R.
Brooks of the following certificate
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H tiicte Numr 217

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BER 01197-000 LOTS 65 & 66
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10 Temporary Farm Workers and

Employment dates are 05/11/2009
12/31/2009. Workers will
cultivate, cut, house, and strip
tobacco. Workers will stack and
load hay and straw. Guaranteed
3/4 of contract hours. All tools
provided at no cost. Free housing
provided for non-commuting
workers. Transportation and

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hour up to$.0per hour
depending on crop activity s /o
wor location. App icants sol
report or send a resume to the
nearest Florida Agency of
Workforce Imiovation office and
reference job order # KYO376380.
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8 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers foit Crops heeded.
SEmployment dates are 05/11/2009
02/26/2010. Workers will
cultivate, cut, house, and strip
tobacco. Workers will plant
cultivate and harvest soybeans and
cord. Workers may be required to
operate tractors and other farm
equipment. Guaranteed 3/4 of
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at no cost. Free housing provided
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RN SUPERVISOR NEEDED
Full time with benefits
8 &12 hour shifts avaihible.
Fax resume to
386-364-5174

Apply in Person at:
Suwannee Heath and Rehab
1620 E. Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32064
386-362-7860

DME BOLLE ep rience
preferred but not necessary. Send
reply to Box 04067, C/O The Lake
City Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056

Hiritig for Hygienist and Front
Desk. Front deskis full tiriie.&must
.have exp. Hygienist is part time
Office in Live Oak
Fax Resume to 386-755-7024

LPN or RN needed Pff
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310. Pets & Supplies
FREE to Good Home. 2 male cats.
1 yr old. Friendly, outside cats.
Great mousers for farm or barn.
Also litter,trained. 386-754-4662

PUBLISHER'S NOTE
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and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate from a licensed
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ducts/a~pds/default.asp.
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit:
The Permitting Authority gives no-
tice of its intent to issue an air con-
struction permit to the applicant for
the project described above. The ap-
plicant has provided reasonable as-
surance that operation of proposed
equipment will not adversely impact
air quality and that the project will

copl ept ae aprpaepoi

will issue a Final Permit in accord
ance with the conditions of the pro
posed Draft Permit unless a timely
petition for an administrative hearing
is filed under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, ES. or unless public com-
ment received in accordance with
this notice results in a different deci-
sion or a significant change of terms
or conditions
Comments: The Permitting Authori-
ty will accept written comments con-
Scerning the proposed Draft Permit
for a period of 14 days from the date
of publication of this Public Notice.
Written comments must be received
Sby the Permitting Authority by close
of business (5:00 p.m.) on or before
the end of the 14-day period. If writ-
ten comments received result in a
significant.change to the Draft Per
mit, the Permitting Authority shall
pei he Irf oeai nde r qie
Aill comments filed will be made
available for public inspection. .
Petitions: A person whose substa~-
tial interests are affected by the pro-
posed permitting decision may peti-
tion for im administrative hearing in
accordance with Sections 120.569
and 120.57, F.S. The petition must


in the Office of General Counsel of
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Bottlevard,' Mail Station #35, Talla-
ha'ssee, Floridla 32399-3000 (Tele-
phone: 850/245-2241). Petitions
filed by any persons other than those
entitled to written notice under Sec-
tion 120.60(3), F.S. must, be filed
within 14 days of publication of this
Public N~otice or receipt of a written
notice, whichever occurs first. Un-
der Section 120.60(3); F.S., however,
any person who asked the Perrrntting
Authority for notice of agency action
may file a petition within 14 days of
t e dae of pblicab n.reAa petin
shall mail a copy .of the petition to

aboe atc te e df flieg dh fal
ire of a prso rt file~ aetip
shall constitute a waiver of that per-
Ssoil's right to request an administra-
tive determination (hearing) slider ~
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, ES.,
or to intervene in this proceeding and
participate as a party to it. Any sub-
sequent intervention (in A proceeding
initiated~by another party) wiUl be on-
ly at the approvalqf the presiding of-
.ficer upon the filing of a motion in
compliance with. Rule 28-106.205,
A e tion~ that disputes the material
flicts on wFhich, the Penrmann Au
-thority's action is balSed must co~ntin
the following information: (a).The
name and address, of each aigency aif.
Teeled and eai h age~net' File or Iden.
aflicanon number, ni hon, I~b. The
nname, address and relephone number
of the pennoner, the nsme address
and relephone numberr ofi Ihe peti-
noner represeniano e.~l ri ny. which
; Jhall be the sddriss for service ptl;r
poses during the~ course of the~ pro-
rceeing: and an exiplananon of how ~
the petitioner's jubstannall nghrs w ill
be affected by the agency determina-
tion; (c) A statement of when~ and
how the petitioner received ixoitice of
the agency. action or pro ~osed deci-
sion;, (d) A statement ~of aill disputed
issues of material fact. If there aire
none, lire petition must so state: iel A`
co-nciie ,tatement of the ulumate
facts alleged, inclhding the ipecific
facts the yietitioner contends warrant '
retrial or modif~icaion of `the agen-
c) 5 prolposed acLno~n, 11` A Statemnent
of ~the. specific rules of statutes the
petirionner coniends reqluire lreterial
:,or moddicanon~~lf the agenc! s pro-
pIOId actjion including an explana-
doln of how dIe a~llegd facts relate to
the spccific rules or slarules: and. tt
A stalement of the rehef ..ought b\
the penuone-r, ilaung precisell the
ncoon she perinoner \ilhc th es r
C) ii) proped acl n2pC~on.Apn that s
does not dispule the msrenal facl
upon \\uch the Permlrung .1uthon.
I\'s cnllOn IS based ihall state that no
such facts are; in dispute and other- .
viise shall contain the same informa-
tion as set forth above, as required by
Rule 28-106.301, F.A.C. ,,
Because the administrative hearmig
process is designed to formulate final
.agncsy ~ahtibo th ~fi~ t ga p titn

ty's~ final action may be different
from the po trion taken b\ it in thi's
Pu bbcL Nonce of Interit to Issue Air
Permit;. Persons whose substantial
~interests will be affected by any such
final decision of 1he Permitting Au_
thority on the .appCbnoon hat~e the
lnh t o petition to be~ome a part to
the proceeding, in accordance with
the requirements set forth abqve.
.Mediiition: Mediation is not evaila-
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Pmne Lumber Grader
Day shift, competitive pay &
benefits. Call Great South
Timber & Lumber Inc.
386-752-3774 for an appt.

04530966
COMPANY DRIVERS
NEEDED -

OTRUFeATE DTVIESION
EXPERIENCE HAULING
STEEL AND BE ABLE TO
VERIFY A MINIMUM OF 2
YEARS, CLASS A,,DRIVING
IN- THE LAST 3 YEARS WITH
.A MOTOR CARRIER
GREAT PAY and BENEFIT
.PACKAGE
CALL US TODAY
866-396-8074
www.evanstULckine.com

04531049 .
Exp'd Teachers Wanted. *
SStaff Credential Preferred
Apply in Person Wee Care
Preschool of Columbia City.

BL;UE JEAN JOB $CASH $
Seeking sharp go getters, Able to
TRAVEL USA. Demo chemical
products. Good people skills &
.enjoy working in a Rock-n-Roll
Environment. Call Kelly
1-800-201 -3293:9am-6pm.
Must start Immediately!

.Colorado Steak is hiring for FT
door to door sales rep. Valid DL,
truck & ins. req'd. $75k+ earning

12 Temporr arm6F9Wo~rkexrls and
;,Laborers for Crops needed.
Employment dates are 05/11/2009
-12/01/2009. Workers will
cultivate, cut, house, and strip
tobacco. Workers will stack and '
load~hay and straw. Workers will
plant, cultivate and harvest
soybeans and corn. Guaranteed 3/4
of contract hours. All tools
provided at no cost. Free housing
provided for noni-commuting
workers. Transportation and
subsistence reimbursed to yrorker
upoix completion of 50% of
contract. PaJ rate is $7,25 per
hour. Applicants should report or
send a resume to the nearest

Innovaioan offic an ern job

`Dame Brther 4ai .Head.
Farm Adams, TN


1 0 Oopbportunities
12 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Crops needed.
Employment dates are 05/11/2009
01/01/2010. Workers will
cultivate, cut, house, and strip
tobacco. Guaranteed 3/4 of '
contract hours. All tools provided
at no cost. Free housing provided
for non-commuting workers.
Transportation and subsistence
reimbursed to worker upon
completion of 50% of contract.

Aprplicat 1hu 17 rt ursend a
Agency of Workforce Innovation
office and reference job order #
'TN3393076.
HSW Partnership Charlotte, TN
10Tmporary Farm Wokrs and
Laborers for Crops needed.
Employment dates are 05/11/2009
01/16/2010. Workers will
cultivate, cut, house, and strip
Tobacco. Guaranteed 3/4 of
contract hours. All tools provided
at no cost. Free housing provided
for non-commuting workers.
Transportation and subsistence
reimnbursed to worker upon
completion of 50% of contract.;
Pay raite is $7.25 per hour.
Applicants should report or send a
resume to the nearest Florida
Agency of Wlorkforce Innovation
office and reference job order #
Jh TN3 56498fil, N
i Jdhn Whiie pringfilT


Legal

870
Name in which assessed: JOHN
CARRIER ET AL
All of said property being in the
County of Columbiai, State of Flori-
da. Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the proper^
ty described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder at the
Courthouse on Monday the 11 day of
May, 2009, at 11:00 A.M.
P. DEWIT CASON


T iE ACT: ou re a eron wit
modation in order to Participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to ~you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Persons with a
disability who need any accommoda-
tion to participate should egntact the
ADA Coordinator, P.O. Box 1569,
Lake City, FL 32056, 386-719-7428,
within two (2) working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
;ing impaired call (800) 955-8771; if
you are voice impaired call (800)
.955-8770.

05522308
April 8, ~15, 22, 29, 2009
Notice to Lake City Drinking Water
Customers
The City of Lake City Water Facili-
tiesy Datesntbwes tb temporary l
from chloramines to free chlorine re-
sidual beginning April 18, 2009 and
ending on May 09, 2009. .
This is a routine measure that is
common for water utilities using
chloramines as its primary disinfec-

An~yone who uses a kidney dialysis
mach ee atmhpomeenshouldheeontact he
''proper filtering equipment may be

essoul dd c at t clocalm topic
fish store for appropriate pretreat-
ment of water before adding water to
tanks.
Customers may dotice a temporary
change in the taste, odor and color of
the water, which is not harmful:
Again, this is a routine precautionary
measure- to ensure our customers of
clean, safe potalble water.
Please feel free to.contact our office
duig46regular busi es hor ravae
an questions.

04531037
:.. April li 2()9
PUBLIC NOTInCE OF INTENT TO
ISSUE AIR PERMIT
Flonida eD n ment of Environmen-

tirR suce Section, Northeast Dis-
Draft Minor Source Air Construction
Permit
Project No. 7775074--007-AC -
Panhandle Larid an~d Timber ~
Columbia County, Florida ,
:Applicant:. The applicant for this
project is Panhandle Land and Tim-
ber. The applicant's authorized rep-
r~sentative and mailing address is:
Mr. Brian Schr-eiber, Secretary, An-
derson Columbia Co., Inc, P.O. Box
12,ake City, Floria 3a e6.Lad

and Timber operates the exisung As-
phall Plant No 1 2, which ii locarcd
in Columbia County at 1.2 miles
north cif the intersection of CR 25A
and U.S. 441; take City. Columbia
Counr\ Flon~a
Project The asphalt concrete prod--
uc~r froim Hor Ihlit Alphair MIhLL1)
Plamt N~o 12 may be 1(000- conten-.
nlonal I\ uir-n I arphallr iconret or the
asphalr concrete mal contain re-
:claimedl asphall patement IIAP;.
Previous air permits for thrj HILIA
plant hmrted asphalt concrete con-
taiining RAP 10 a maulmum of` up to
20r c of the mit Thri project author
tzes the mncereae of` ~LtP trom lt0cc
10 a maximum of up to -10' ori the
Smix. '
Permamnn ;Authority: 'Applications
.for air construdtion permits are sub-
ject to ~review ilaccoidance withi the
provisions. of Chapter ~403, Florida
Statutes (E.S.)::and Chapters 6"-1.
6'-110 aind 62-212~ or the Floonda
Adnumllsvtrant Code IF.A C i. The
proposed prolect is nor elempt from
air permatung reqiuuecmenli and an
air pemut os requuedL to perfo-rmi the
proposed wiorkr The Perrramng Au-
thoralt responsible fior making a per-
mit dletrrmonanon for lius prolecr 14
the Depamnent of Envuronmenlal
Protc~non's LIr Resource Secnoln m

eeernitn Auhitr' 012 i al ad
mailingg address is: 7825 Bayimead-
ow Way. Suite B-200, .Jackson\ tle, .
Florida 1'96-7?90 The Permitting
Authority's teleplioiie nulihbei, is
904-807-3200.
Project File: Acomplete project file
is available ficr pubic insipectoh dur-
ing the normal burmess houri of
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m:, Monday
through Frida! ieteept legal holi-
da% ii 1tea pl stcal addj~~ e dn ca
t The complete projecl fle in-
cludes the Draft Permlr. die Technru-
cal1 E~iluanon and Prehrmmar) De-
Ierminanon. the appbecanon and In-
foc~rmanon iubmlned b1 thie applicant
!XI~ecusII\ of confodennal records un- ;
.der.Section 403.111, F.S I Inlerest-
ed persons niay contact the Perrmru-
ung Authority 's project e ngineer for
addinoonal information at the~address
and phone nutinbei lidled31; abor Iri
addition, electronic copies of these
documents are available on the fol- :


I Y L'1I I I Y =I i I =-I rT= I I L~ IC


120 Medical
Employment

CHC LABS is hirii~g for Fff
Medical Laborathry Technologist.
Up to $25.00/hr based upon exp.
w/benefits. Fax.resume to:
'386-758-1791


ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Teajch toology and mlcrotiology
.Masier r degree in approjpngle area
reland~ 10j tool.1:gyY or mlr0hbioglog or
Master's degree with minimum of 18
graduate credit hours in course work
centered on the subject area.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
MATHEMATICS
Teach~ mathematics courses from
among the following: Developmental-
Arithmetic, Beginning,and ,
Intermediate Algebra, College' .
Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonomitry
Math foJLiberalArts, Statistics,
and Calculus. Work with others in
mathematics Department 10 develop
and n-dese curriculum

168 Duty Dayis Tenuted Track
To CommBnce August 2009;

S pari: Band ons dgree and
Review of appli ati nos will tiegin ~

Persons interested should
provide College application, vita,
and photocopies of transcripts,
su mitd wit of iiatr Itbtien
and evaluation.
Position details alid applications,
available on web at:
ww.laec vedu

Lake City Community College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City FI 32025-2007
Phtine (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4594
E-Mail: boettcherqrd)akecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Commission
.on Colle of the Senathemn Asciation

EA/EO College in Education and
Employment


To place your
classified adcall

15154


ou... us..._
CAPosl~ Abuealt r Vai0 Scdu es, lull anrd pat-nrme
*~i ~Compuler Expenenc CasualFun~orxErwrn~rnen
..Ii 1152 SW Busmness Poinl Drive Three raises in the first yearl tl-
Lake City, Florida 32025 on-line* wrww.sitel.co I '1:









Due t~o rapid.increases in .automotive
SaleS, we liave openings for
pfOfeSSIOnal SaleS COnSuiltants.


AliUnlimited Earning Potential
Pald. Vacati ons 5, Day Worlk Week
.401K,~ lontis & Spiff Programs
:Health & Life Insurance

Apply in P~erson No phone calls


- / HwHy 90 West

(jg rlr;ofdge-J ,Lake City


Growing business in Lake City
seeking a PT qualified individual `
to assist In accr g department
:Candidate should posiess A/P. 1
A/R, book~keeplng sksils. r4
degree preferred in acet'g or
related field, 2+ yrs exp'in acct'g I
Environment, attention to'
detail/ability to multitask.
Fax resumed isa ar! refluirement

Attnl:.IR.~:DFWP�E
18 Teinporary Farm Workers and ;
Labbrers for Crops needed.
Employment dtes ark05/s11/2009
Cultivatee, cut, house, and strip
tdbac~o. Workers will stackiiand
,load hay and straw. Gu irant'eed -
p 34io contract hours.rel too s
provided for non-commutmng
workers. Transportation and
subsistence reimbursed to worked
upon completion of 50% of
contract. Pay rate is $7.25 per
* hour. Applicants should report or
send a resume to the nearest

Inn ovatn ofic an reeecob
order # TN3456496.
Head Brothers Farms LLC -
Cedar Hill, TN

osoFIREFIGHTER

No exp needed. Training, travel,
great pay/benefits/ vacation
& regular raises.

Call Mn. -ria3 ( )73 28123


38- -IMS


SA~phall &i playing
A\SPHALT W;ORi.
Dnv'eways pariang lots.
p atcl3154l rkSll Prep


SServices


010 Announcements

An Easy Method To Quit
Smokriig Cigarettes
www.undertheradarpublications.com
Phone: (386)935-9126 or order at

SInc SippingO &Hndlng, ny
''$8.02. Satisfaction Gizaranteed,
SI had a 15 year, three pack a day
habit. Nicotine free since 1983.


060 serViceS

LEARN LEAD GUITAR: cool
riffs, jammin' chords, 30+ years
experience. CALL TODAY
386-438-8017 Kevin


100 Job
Opportunities
29 Serious people wanted to work
from home with a computer. .
.$500$50m w TF epftFreemifo!


General Mechanics Services
I 26 yrk. experience.
All types of outdoor equipment &
automotive. Call (386)867.-6295
Housekeeping. 10 years exp.
Great references &r Great rates
Detail Work!!!
CALL ME! 386-209-0435.

Land Services

Back Hoe, Dozer, Chopping, root
raking, bush hog, seeding, sod, .

irriatin. Fre eEst 38p6 2 200


Classified Department: 755-5440


16 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Crops needed.
Employment dates are 05/11/2009
- 11/01/2009. Workers will work
in all duties involved in growing
and harvesting sweet potatoes.
Guaranteed 3/4 of contract hours.
Akll tool prov dd at nod cost.


Transportation and subsistence
reimbursed to worker upon
Completion of 50%` of contract.
S .Pay rate is $7.25 Jier hour.
Applicants should report or send a
F esurge to the nearest Florida
Agency of Workforce limovation
office and reference job order #
MS3100494. ~
'K &r J Farms Houston, MS


10 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Crops needed-
SEmployment dates are 05/11/2009
S12/01/2009. Workers will
cultivate, cat, house, and strip -
tobacco. Workers will stack and
load hay and1 straw. Guaranteed .
3/4 of contract hours. All tools
provided at no cost. Pre-Employ-
ment Drug testing. Free housing
provided for non-commuting
workers. Transportation and
subsistence reimbursed to worker
upon completion of 50%o'F -
contract. Pay rate is $8.29 per
hour. Applicants shol deport or

Inn voa io Afi acyd reee ob

WilliarsD o#ne Sn arms -
I uryear, TN


7 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Cr ps needed
Employment dtes are 05/ 1/2 0
-10/31h2009. Wor ers willak
cupro due. Garat ed T/4 of
contract hours. All tools provided
at no cost. Fre housing provided

Tra sortatio an ~ bsistence

completion of 50% of contract.
Pay rate is $8.39 per hour.
Applicants should report or send a
resume to the nearest Florida
Agenc of Workforce Innovation
ofc Me yale Farn1
Hardyville, VA.


EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
;COLUMBIA COUNTY
Colismbia County is accepting ap-
plications for a` Secretary Special-
ist. Primary responsibilities will ~be
secretarial, 'clerical, & technical
su port work within thie Recrea-
tion Departmerit. Minimum Expe..
rience: High School diplomna/GED,
two years expenence mn responsi-
ble secretarialatfork 8: one year ex-
perience in .customer c~sere.&
personnel w\ork. or an equisallent
comblnation of training & expen-
enrce Salary is II10 52/hr. annually
plur benefris. A~pplications ma! be
obramned at the Human Resources
Office or From our we~biire
;In wk~ columblac-ounr111a com i.
Board of County Cormmisioiners,
135 NE+ Hernando. #203, Lake .

TDD (386)758-1L39. Ap~plis'jtion(
must- be received on/before
04/24/09. Columbia County is an
AA/EEO/ADA/VP Employer. '
ESTIMA~TOR NEEDED
spec lahzmgp m site wrork L
underground unlttlie. At leasr -
\rs. construcnon e\p needed &
fam Iharit) w/esitmatuig software
Email resume to.
c~urtsconatllo~ifwindstream nel
or Fa\i ro 356-36~-1-?802 ~

5 Temporary Farm Workecrs and
Laborers for Crop( needed
Em plo~ de 05/11v (:sl /2009

toarn v~bkrn) il at lckrs ill .

cultivate an~d hardest wheat and
corn. Guaranteed 3/4 of contract
Hours. AllI rools, proi idedJ at no
cost. Free housing pro\ Ided for
non-comnmuting workers.
Transportation and subsistence
reimnbuired to worker upon
completion of 50%' of contract.
Pay rate is $d.29 per hour.
Applicant's should report or send a
resume to the nearest Florida
~Agency of Wokforce Innovaton
o fice and rehpe~e job ore
TN2354004.
Feiguson Farms Puryear, TN


16 Tempord~iy Farm Workers and
Laborers for Crops needed.
Employment dates are 05/11/2009 ,
-u0 /12010. ,Worker wiH .
tobaco 110brk \it] ik and
'loaadc and staw Guar nted,
S3/4qf~contract hours. All tools '
provided at to cost. Free housing
provided for non-icommutmng
\rorkers. Tranipolrtanon and
subjsi-ren~c reambtursed to w~orker
upon Completion ot SO90 f
contraci Phi rate is $7.25 per
hour Aplricants should report or
Ssend a resume to the nearest
Florida Agncy of:Workforce
~Innovation office andi reference job
:order # TN3296042.
M~orele\ Brothrrs Farm-
Adams, TN
IVystery Shoppers earn up to'
$100 per do.\ Under co\ er rhop- :
pers needed to ludgIe retail &
dinlng erstbbshments Expenence
NO~T rey'd Calil- 868-6947-bs76.
PA~RT TIMIE etenmg; cleaner re-
quired for Lake Cinl. 5 nleghts per
w\ee k. E xpenenice preferred
Fai CV reo 386-362-65'22


LAKE CITY REPORTER CLIA alF lF"L WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009


~ADVERTISES IT. HERE!
Bring the picture in or we will take it for you!
Advertise your car, truck, motorcycle, recreation vehicle or
boat here for1l0 consecutive~ days. If your vehicle does not sell
within those 10 days, for an additional $15 you pan place your
ad for an additional 10 days. A picture wlilrun everyday with
a description of your vehicle. The price of the vehicle mtist be
listed in the ad. Your ad must be prepaid with cash, check or
credkt card. Ju~st include a snapshot or bring your vehicle by
and we will thike the picture; for you. Private ~party only!
Price includes a.6 day/ 4 line classified ad of the
same vehicle in print and online.


1 LOW Price!











640 Mi'reeooes
3br/2ba DW home @ $250 mo.
$6K down. Plywood, appliances &
more. Homes $18k & up. Clean
Mary Hamilton. 386-963-4000
'93 4BR/2BA SKYLINE 28 X 80,
new showers, fireplace, CHA unit
and power pole, all for $18,000.
You move. 386-365-0052.
FACTORY REBATE
2009 3/2, 1,200 sq. ft., modular
cabinets, crown moulding, many
$39u9p00! IcuA s CHsi ing
CateEpr cs -3u86-7 9- 60
FHClakecity.com
Mct a ROoCK nOanOa Er ceto
S 386-719-5560 2 '
Ar Land Equity A ~
Use yur ln w/e~qu7ty tby a

"TRADE IN"
99' 28" x $6", 3/2 with fireplace, a
MUST SEt $3s6t,900 Includes:
Call Eric n3 6-7pl -55609'

'99, 14 R 70 3E2 nrced to
sell at $9900 Inicludes CHA;
Call Eric at 386-719-556-
"wohr,
2009 Models starting at only
$21,900 for a 2/2 and $23,900 for
aS3 2. CalEi ore you b

we have several programs to help
1st time buyers plus g vernmeit '.
Call Enc tr DI~s jS "OI -5560
NO luIONEYI DOW\N!
If l ou ow n our land. Nothing
down & interest rates as low~ as
1 75ck ACT FAjST 10 rale Call
Eric~ at 386-719-5560


730 'Hnfu~i Rdent
$450.- $850 mo 3br/2ba &
4br/3ba. New kitchen cabinets'
w/d hookups, bath upgrade, CH/A.
Call to see (352)505-9264
2BR/1BA. Large family room
could be 3rd bedroom,
In town. $850/mo.
386-365-8721
3 BR/2BA, 2 car garage on
1/2 acre. in Ft. White, 2 years new
$1,100/mo. Call for showing
3452-5 14-2 178
3br/1ba C=H/A, litility room, new
appl., fenced yard, screened patio'
near schop1, mn town, petsok.
$750.mo, $750. deposit. 755-1754
3br/1ba new tub. CH/A, storage
shed. New appl. Utility rm. Ner
school, in town. Nlo pets. $600.mo- .
$500. dep. 386-752-5948


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,
$ ,100armo beoi re os abe-

HEAUeH UL BR CK ob/5a
of I1-1 $1237856 m plus61ast


805 Lots for Sale

law. Our readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this new paer are availa-
ble on an equal oprtunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
the toll free
telephone number to the hearing
impaired is 1-800-927-9275.


s Hose for Sale

4 Bd 3 Ba Foreclosure
01nl $2 /o! 5t dn
800-366-9783 ext 9478


860 'rn stent t
LARGE MOBILE Home Park on
10 acres. Zones for 56~ spaces. 50
park owned homes. Call for more
details. 386-397-5281

950 cars for sale

4 Dr -AT RDWT 1 AC.
Runs Great. 386-438-4408
$1,800 or Trade for PU
Acura Integra 96 $500!
.Police Impounds!
for listings
800-366-9813 ext A834
A Easy Auto Loans
Bad Credit OK- 99% approval
$500.00 down. Call Ken
352-486-1331 or 352-949-9098

Policnd ImonCso 0$ 00!
800-366-9813 ext A760

951 Recreatioal
V4 ehiclft Zaes ril
,Quee4 EeR, bYns .HA v lee 8.
5% ell~e~nt onditon 15,0 3 n 2


952 2.s h eiOB
1991 CHEVY Vian 3/4 ton.
.~AC$1 Pwer s~teern g br~akes.


To place ylorrr
:classified ad call
7155-5440


1998 Ford Explorer 2 dr Sport.
Original owner, automatic, runs
good, trans needs reverse, 4.6 liter
SV-6 Must sell!! $2400. obo.
386-984-0467 or 386-984-5212





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386-755-5440

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386-755-5445


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386-752-1293


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180 East Duval St.
Lake City, FLorida 32055


310 Pets &Supplies
WEIMERANER PUPPY
4 months old. $600.00. Needs lots
of love & attention. Shots and
certificates. 386-984-0692


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

408 Furniture
DINETTE SET. .
Golden Oak Rectangular table
`and chairs. $125.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
King~~~~~~~ siebd edbad oln

Kan 7e bd2 shpe $1


413 Mer~chadise
YAMAHA AITO Saxophone,
c niin wbth onl tee)ex r sf
use. $600, Call 386-697-9084

nlr TV-Radio &
419 Recording .
~ ~ 36l A ~IC-~ w/rembte..

386-754 925 o 84 -0387

420 Wanted to Buy
CASH FOR FLORIDAAUjTQ :
TAGS BEFORE 1958, paym~g
$500+ for Columbia Co ragy
1911-17. Teff Francis'727145
6627 email gobucsl3(a~aol~com


REDUCED! Owner Motivated
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage, 2 out
buildings. $164,900 Will consider
Sany reasonable offer 386-935-4205








820 FA suse&


710 Unfunshd Apt.
,~ 1$400 M\OVES Y'OU [N!
2 BR apts.`starting/at $50(
2 BR hTH 5175 \water me~luded `
V'ISA!M~C 13861 755-3-123


Owner Financed
Half-acre to 10 acre lots
38a 1 lad BKLIPro ertie .


'830 Commercia
.Property


(904) 781-8249

1750 "o~ti'c lseIS
045302~66
.Office/Warehouse
Space~for Rent
1000 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Located
behind Hwy Patrol, on
Arlington Blvd, going toward
iniddle school. 386-752-6806


f t Rrduced: ).39,900.* ~
3br/2ba Split plan. Garderi tub
w/whirlpool, fpl, upgraded kit.
appli. You move 386-497-3179


SK&H TIMBER
We Buy Pine Hardwood &
Cypress. Large or small tracts.
Call 386-961-1961.


thmng at a great deal? Log onro
sixpervardsales.com
HANICAPSCOOTER
4 wheeler in Good Condition.
First $301).obo
386-755-4731 or 965-5176

f2.Bot or Sal


04530986
PRICED REDUCED
IJS 90 1.83 Acre $795,000.
/ 17000 sq. ft. Warehouse.
-$2,250. mo.
/ Office/retail 8000 sq ft.
$8.00 sq ft.


Daniel CT pps5 SAe cRIRealtor

04530987
PRICED REDUCED.
US 90 1.83 Acre $795,000.~
/ 17000 sq. ft. Warehouse
$2,250. mo.
/ Office/retail 8000' sq ft.
$8.00 sq ft.
Tlom Eagle GRI
386-755-5110
Daniel Crapps Agency Rea~ltor


850 Properfrn Pety


3d sk drib f Rniue d moe
Rates. $0;Down-Vets. 3% all
others. Approx $600. mo. fixed
Call Gary Hamilton 386-758-9824

105 Rooms for Rent
.- Room for Rent Furnished
~Pris ate bedroorn/bath Uise of
zen rthmg N~ew ly' remodeled
throughout. Country setting/Wvhite
-Springs. 8 min. from Lake City.
Gated maniicured property, 5 acres.
I 386, 397-177 I


s/ WAiREHOUSE/OFFICE
Space available L&L Commercial
C after. sisters welcome Rd.
Call Donnie Young 352-258-0660


location. Clore to 1-75 On approx.
2I creS 386-867- li90
Office Space'located at Oakhill
Plaza oh Hwy 41.' 900 sqft.
.. $700/mo. plus taxi.
CallBtob 3861752-9086
OFFICE SPACE on Lake Desoto '
For Refit. $500mo.
Please call for details.
386-344-2972
Office/Warehouse ph Branford
Hwy. 1/4 mi south'bf .Bascom
Norris. 1200+ setft. Ample
parking. $650. mo. 386-758-7522.


1985 15'' lklonarki Boat And trailer
n /50hp Evinrude Trolling motor,
Livewell. Seats 3.: $1,500.
.38'6-623-4669

630 MobleHoes
I BR all ubbllies Inc luded.
plus cable Queerclos ilc lration
iurnished 5450i mo+
E150: deposalr 386-3~--3568 ,
IBR FUrRNISHED
All uablesl merluded plus sateline
.5155 n\eek. 5155f Deposit
SCall 386-7.58-9455
2 & 3 br .
MobileHomes for Rent. $450-
$650. inonthly.
(386)752-6422
2br/2ba linits. Rent mic1 water &
trash pick up. Convenient locatiori
1/2~ mi. east of downtown Ltake
City. 386-523-7547 /386-984-8448
3br/2ba DWYMH on -1 ac. private
lot m Ellis\ tile Av\ailable Now!
5675 me 1st. last 5251.'0 sec.
depol ? 8r?-45 1-3250
CLEANi 2/2 SW.~ rn~ate rce

.Notiogs 386.961.9181

'' 2br/1ba's fro $45 3br/2ba's
from $550 Incl w f. su~r. garbo :
quiet, clean. 386-96 I-00I7


PROFFE~SIONAL IOFFICE
:; pace for rent. Grealr locanon otff
I:90 \\'. Rent 5500 & up based on
,lze and *p.n~e nzeeded. "58S-8 91:0.
Retail Space
Hea\\ Iraffic area
800~ Sf. & 1600 Sqft
Call for qliotes ~1-800-342-0135
SPACE AVAILABLE
2000 sq ft. Formnerly doctois,
904 3-45 we d ys.
Weekends call 386-497-4762
Warehouse /Boat Storage Space
.for lease, 100 sq. ft. to 20,000 sq.'
fi. ata3il. Stanmgp at .0,5 per sqi.ft.
.386-867-4784

S7r0 Condos For Rent
Furnished 3br/2.5bal Stainless
applk, new iablne~tr. tile. Short
term avail. 51.200I( mo. me1-. water,
sewer, trash.8c cable 386-755-0753

790 VacationRelitals:

Spring tpeca b oneswho tach
,front porch, dockl fish sink.Avail
L~wkends. $345; or wk $845.
(352)498-5986/386-235-3633

805 .ctsotsal fo s



Gary Hamilton (386)758-9824
FSBO 3.54 acres with well &
septic. 3 miles east of Ft. White.
;M bil 3Ho miOK 65020 D50wn
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
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on race, color, religion, sexc,
disability, familial status or nation-
al origin; or any intention to make
such preference, limitation or
discriminationn" Familial status.
includes children under the age of
18 hymig with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women arid
, people securing custody of chil-
newae r hHa nto ko~wingl
a'c tept anq sdveliienr tono rah




3/2 Brick on 3 acres with
above ground pool.
No Pets! $850/mo.
+ $400 deposit.
FifSt and deposit req'dl
Call Kendra at
Rimrock Development

755-1 586


$4 iMOV&~S Jyt 'in!If
.FR~EE RENT
~e elp,~o O~II Obe!!!
200 FREE Channels
NEW~ 2 BR APTS.
SWa h~/Dyr H ok- p~sL
:Furnished Apt's Available!
Call Today! 386754,1800
W~indsor Arms *
wwwswindsorarmsapts.comi


Mobile Homnets) 2&3 BRt
$350-$575 Mobthly ~
ListedpnHousesprite.com
C~all 386-755-5488
Mobile Homes for rent In
3 ite Sprmgsr. a nod
386-8 7-?T3 oro at ~


NICE AREA-All-. ?B3Br/Ba
Seneir & Garbage mel d No Pet




04530571 ?.
Only Ci$500-100 Do i n,
With Your Land!
PR ESTI E
SHOMIIE CENTERS
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City F 6-5-71


1/1 w/ office, New Carpet AC,.

rM.e. C ~ia 'ast s
2 BR/1BA with.garage.
One on side of T wn and
1s~t, last &csecitrity.755-6867;
2BR APT
Downtowit Lct b, lean.
NO E~TS; Ca~ll 386-755-3456
2BR/2BA DUPLEX

386-397-5288
A 4BR 3BA HUD HOME!
ONLY $217/mo!!
5%dn 15yrs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782
GORGEOUS Lake View
.In Town, 2br/1ba.
$500. mo
386-344-2972


04530572
REAL Western Red- Cedar
Logged Homes Dire~ct from
ourcljactory!
NO MIDDLE MAN!
100 Plans to Choose From!

PRESTIGiE
HOME CENTERS ~


.or 1-80i)1355-9385

oaso7 . .
Gcit Artimals? Need Room? .
4br/3bja on 10.3 acres. 2006
32X76~ Manufactured horie
-~White Springs area.
$169,995.00
IPR~ESTIGE -
HOME CENTERS

3973 11wy.90s West,' Lake :
City, Fl. 386-752-7751
or 1-800-355-9385


,Large Deluxe Aj~ts, 2 BR/1.5 to
.460 3B9, m37f7651 Cr9D5/DO 6

\SPRI;NG SPECIAL
SOne month FRIEE! 2br/1ba from
$550/mo. plus security.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626

la0 urnshedApt.

1 BR Aptiffor rent. Seniors
weloee'Nlfo 6es Cble &.
$400 security. 386-965-3557
1Br Apt For Rent! Fully
SFrmishedw/washer/dr ~er. All
Utilities Pd. $750/Mo. +6 3004S~ec.


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SotTece se~tup for medical uje witlh 8
exam room. X 1.50:0 pe'r month ,: .
TILSti69 I~ S Also office .\ irlh 1.'00
sq ft fo~r re~nt.1 Ol .II Per month,
AILS#6'JS I Botb are locatedj mn,
' Lla Oaki Call Po~ole Realts. Inc :
386-362-4539.


Lakie Front home on 1200 ac.
Lake Ocean Pond, 01ustee. Beauti-
ful & fully~furnished. New 150ft '
docki ;it.sundeclk 2000+sqft. under
'roof Gasme room,3br/1ba, place,
-150 qttr screened porch fully
furnished, facing lake. New metal
roof. $195K, owner will finance
\\ !95K Doivn. Call(90'4)334-3327


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