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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
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Publisher: John H. Perry
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Ruling: Officer conduct falls -short


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JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Joshua Ellis, a sales representative with Scott's Gunsmithing & Sales, loads a Smith & Wesson Military & Police (M&P) .40
caliber handgun, the same type of gun that the Lake City Police Department is looking to trade for their older weapons.


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Former sergeant's
actions found to be
not 'professional'
By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter. com
An internal- investigation of for-
mer Lake City Police Sgt. Shawn
Raggins shows the officer made
several serious errors in judg-
ment before he resigned on April
6, according to a ruling by inter-


"I find that Shawn Raggins'
actions were hot to a high pro-
fessional conduct," Laxton wrote.
"His actions would or could lead
to this agency being viewed as
unprofessional and bringing dis-
respect from his peers and the
public."
The violations sustained by
Laxton against Raggins were:
MUnbecoming conduct. He
took nioney from a `sexual offend-
er.
SImmoral conduct. His actions


were not of a standard expected
of police officers.
WGifts, gratuities, br-ibes or
rewards. He received $3,000 from
a sexual offender. .
II Abuse of position. He only
knew the offender as a result
of his job as a law enforcement
officer.
Payment of debts. He did not
repay a loan. -
The chief said he sustains the
allegation ~that Raggins abused
his position as a police officer,


because he came ~to know Daniel
Murphy as a sex offender from
having to confirm thre man's
address on a regular basis.
In regai-d to whether Raggins
repaid Murphy, Laxton noted,
"Shawn Raggins admits receiv-
ing the $3,000 but considered it
a gift."
Raggins said he learned
Murphy wanted the moriey back,
however, Laxton added'. Raggins
OFFICER continued on 3A


im police chief
Gary Laxton. '
A disposi-
tion of findings
dated April 16
reflects Raggins
accepted $3,000. ;
from a sexual Rarggins
offender and '
did not repay
that money, which the offender
alleged was a loan. -
SLaxton said he sustained this
allegation.


John Shoemaker
~led: revitalization
efforts in Lake City
By JEFF Ms. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter. com
John Shoemaker, 68, a
renowned civic leader, died
unexpectedly Saturday -
leaving a hole .in the heart
of Lake City that will be
difficult to fill, according to
his family, ~friends and col-
leagues.
SShoemaker had been
active in helping down-
town Lake City thrive since
the 1980s, said Harvey
Campbell, executive direc-
tor of the Columbia Courity
Tourist Development
Council. -
"I thought of-him as an
advocated who was ahvways
Idoking, lobbying and per-
severing to keep downtown
a vibrant part of the com-
munity,": Campbell said.


Paulette Lord of the TDC
knew Shoemaker as a good
and dear friend.
"He was such a civic-
niinded person for us,"
Lord said. "John just gave
of his: time, his energjr and
his talents. He was such a
good person."
Lord said Shoemaker was
a straight-shooter.
"He was a gruff old man,
but he was, a sweetheart,"
she said. "He was our con-
science. He kept us in, line.
He was always on target.
If you wanted the truth,
you could always ask John.
He would give you his per-
spective and it was ustialljr
right."
Lake City Growth
Management Director Larry
Lee said Shoemaker was
an active participant in set-
ting up the' Tax Increment.
Finance.area, which is now
known as the Community
SHOEMAKER continued on9 3A


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to spend $43,880 from its
frfeitur fund to imrnopg:
Department.
Laxton ~will be using
money from the LCPD's
forfeiture fund to buy about
$14,655 worth of new _ser-
vice revolvers. Among the
other items Laxton wantS
to buy are 11 new Tasers
GUNS continued on 3A


'By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityrepaorte~r. com
Lake City Police
Department will receive
more than $43,0009 worth
of equipment: and training
as a result of City Council
agreeing with the Lake
City Pulblic Safety Advisory
Committee.
Interim Police Chief
Gary Laxton asked the city


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
,Joshua Ellis, a sales representative with Scott's Gunsmithing
& Sales, uses a flashlight/laser sight attached to the barrel of
the gun. LCPD will purchase the sight along with new guns'
holsters and stun guns.


Former Lake City
city mana ers fail
to make the cut

jh:rd::.:lHeiypo RDE com
During a workshop
Monday night, Cit-S Council
narrowed the choice for a
new city manager to serve
Lake City residents and vis-
itors from 13 to seven.
Of the pos14ihh-l CanI-
didates, they chose B~ill
Looneyr, with fourl votes;
Richard Diamond, with four
votes; Douglas Dry~mon,
with four votes; Rex Tayvlor,
with four votes: James
Coleman, with three votes;
Ronald McLemnore, wvitti
three votes; and Wnendell
Johnson, with three votes.


City Councilman Jake
Hill Jr. said his singular
vote was for former City
Manager David K~raus. The
other four council members
cho se their top eight candi-
As a result of ties at the
bottom of the list, the munic-
ipal leaders narrowed their
list of city manager candi-
dates to seven by default.
Vice Mayor George Ward
gave his reasons to not con-
sider either Kraus or for-
mer City Manager Joseph
Cone.
"I have a problem short-
listing two of the candidates
on this list that have been
cityi managers (in Lake
City)"' Ward said. "They
havteboth resigned from the
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COImllittee

s~eelngpayment
By JEFF M. HARDISON

The Lakse City Airport
Advisory Committ-ee found
complete approval from
Cill Co~uncil in consider-
ation of the conunittee's
:- As a result of act-ion by
C'ity~Countcilan invoice pay-
ment of $34,000 to, Passe-o


a deciding vote on thle com-
mittee.
City Council unanimous-
ly agreed with the airport
committee, comprised of
Ward, Mayor Stephen Witt,
Airport General Manager
T~om Sawyer and interim
City Manager Dave Clanton,
on two other issues.
An annual lease agree-
ment with the U.S.
Department ofAgriculture's
Forest.Service went up by i
almost $9 from $29,539.48
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Associates of Jacksonville
was approved. This is par-
tial payment for the con-
tract amount of $222,000
for the new terminal to
b~e built at the Laike City
Municipal Airport, 3526 E.
U.S. Highway 90).
Passero is performing
the preliminary architec-
tural antd survey work on
the future terminal.
This project is being
funded by grants from
the Florida Department
of Tr-ansportation and
the Fedteral Aviation


Administration, Committee
Chairman George Ward
noted.
Ward received a bonus
request granted by City
Council. He asked during
the regular meeting to allow
the Natural Gas Direc~tor
position to be added to
the advisory group. St~eve
Baltzley is the director of
natural gas for the city.
Council agreed, and as a
result of it passing another
ordinance by a 41-1 vote,
Baltzley will be like other
advisory members and has


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Continued From Page 1A aid efforts of LCPD


SHOEMAKER: Placed priority on civic duties


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Continued From Page 1A

at a cost of $6,050; four
portable radios for $2,500;
crime scene materials for
$4,000; training room equip-
ment for $2,000; three desk-
top computers for $2,000;
a digital video recorder kit
for $3,900; $1,500 worth of
ammunition; and $2,275 in
audio/video equipment.
He is asking to spend
.$4,000 for more training of
the officer assigned as the
evidence technician and
an officer in the Office of
Professional Standards.
In other action, City
Council approved:
aOn fist reading, revi-
sions to regulations that
will allow sandc boar s
and outdoor seating in
the Commercial Central
Business District down-
town. The amended Land
De e opmnt Regullations
signage for businesses.
ai Changing from tim-
ber to concrete the mate-
rial to be considered for
bids for the approximate-
ly 20-feet 10n by 20-feet
wi e bri ge locae on
Southeast Loquat Way off
of St. Margarets Street and
running parallel to Marion
Avenue. The city closed the
bridge because of struc-
tural deficiencies, in 2004.
The Flor-ida Department of
Transportation is willing
to reimburse the city for
$300,000 worth of tlhe con-


according to Mr. Nelson,"
Blanchard wrote.
LCPD Lt. Rudolf Davis
received the allegations of
possible wrongdoing and
he forwarded it to Laxton.
The chief said there is no
criminal element to what
happened between Raggins
and Murphy. It is up to
state officials as to what, if
anything, to do in regard
to the former LCPD police
sergeant's certification,
Laxton said.
While Laxton serves as
the leader of the LCPD he
will not let incidents such
as this go without looking
at them, he said.
"I, as the chief, insist
that we have a profession-
al operation here," Laxton
said. "And I will investigate.
.any reports of wrongdoing
by officers."


Murphy said he gave the
sergeant the money in June
2008, according to records.
Raggins resigned effec-
tive April 6, according to an
April 3 letter,
On April 4, a Saturday,
Raggins tried to rescind his
letter. of resignation by tele-
phoning Laxton, according
to records.
Interim City Manager
Dave Clanton noted in an
April 6 memorandum to
Laxton that he concurs
with Laxton, as did City
Attorney Blair Paine, "to let
Sgt. Raggins's letter of res-
ignation. stand and not to
rescind his resignation as
he requested."
This made his resigna-
tion effective as of April 6,
according to records.
On April 15, Sgt.
Blanchard noted Raggins


felt there was no way out,
other than to leave the
LCPD.
"He (Raggins) felt he
had to resign because he
was going to be fired,"
Blanchard noted, "though
he never heard it from any-
one in the department.
"Mr. Raggins stated the
'he was not pleased with
his representation by the
PBA (Police Benevolent
Association) ."
The investigation shows -
the former sergeant had a
PBA representative named
Rick Nelson, who had been
removed as his represen-
tative by Raggins. Nelson
reportedly told Raglgins
that the PBA would send
another representative, but
that he needed to call a dif- -
ferent telephone number.
'"That nevei- happened


said he tried to repay the
debt, Laxton wrote.
The former LCPD offi-
cer "did not produce any
checks or evidence of his
attempts. There is enough
evidence and testimony to
indicate this was a loan or
at least the perception was
there that this was a loan;
so, I therefore sustain the
allegation," Laxton conclud-
ed
LCPD Sgt. John
Blanchard IV was given a
memorandum on March
30 from Laxton, in which
he was ordered to conduct
the internal investigation,
according to records.
The investigation shows
Murphy gave Raggins a
cashier's check for $3,000.
The check was issued
on May 5, 2008, and was
made out to "Mr. Riggens."


struction costs.
SThe final reading of--
an ordinance to allow tidvi-
sory committee and util-
ity advisory board mem-
bers to make motions and
vote. Previously, only City
Council members on advi-
sory boards and comiinit-
tees could vote.
SThe final reading of an
ordinance to add a public
school facilities element ~to
the Comprehensive Plan.
aPayment of $9,598 ~to
Tetra Tech for the water
treatment plant for work
completed March 28, 2008.
The year-old invoice was
fimallyr paid after being inad-
vertently misplaced.
SPayment of $8,133.88
to Jones Edmiunds as part
of the Sisters Welcome
Reclaimed Water proj-
ect, which is budgeted at

$2 Ument of $11,627.84
as half of the money needed
to finish a dedicated fire
line for fire suppression for
Christ Central Ministries
now and Columbia City
Elementary School in the
future. The pipe will be 12
inches in diameter rather
than 6 inc~hes. as a result.
The School Board is paying
the other half.'
SApproval to award a
$46,720.00 bid for Jack and
Bore on Turner Avenue
at the CSX railroad cross-
ing to Utility Service of
Gainesville, Gainesville,
Florida.


Continued From Page 1A

Redevelopment Area.
Downtown Action Corp.
President Jeff Bertram
also shared warm thoughts
About Shoemaker.
"When I think of. down-
town ": Bertram said, ~"I
thin of John Shoemaker.
He was one of those unigly
people who Iwas not just on
the sidelines. He was neck
deep in it, expressing his
opinions and making- sure
:things happenedd"
Shoemaker was the driv..
ing force behind Christmas
lights and decorations in
01ustee Park an~d down-
town for at least 15 years,
Bertram and' Lord said.
This past holiday -season,
when the city asked DAC -
for help, Shoemaker was
right there making sure
everyone knew what to do '
Sand how to do it,' Bertram
said.
He is well known in
downtown forhhis contrilbu
tion to B rd te j4sia o

tItd s a. tre en ous loss
and fo~lake City ity gn

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Festival, Lord said. .
"John was also instru-
mental in the Lake City
Commercial~ District and
the Lake Isabella Historic
Residential District being
designated as :National
Histor-ic Sites," Lord said
"He and Pinky ~Moore
.worked on this projectt
for .0vei- two years imtil it
became a reality in 1992."
Shoemaker and his
wife joined the Colunibia
County-Lake City Historical
Museum in 1991. .
"fohn -and his wife vol-
unteered for many years
as host andl hostess at the
museum on Wednesday
afternoons," Lord said.
IHe ivas thet president
of the museum from 1996
until 2004 a member of the
Columbia County Historical
Society and a member of
the' Blue-Grey Army since
4989. :He served as com-
.niittee-chlair-foc the Ohistee
Parade Review Stand begin-

So maer was on the
Community Development
Blck ron s Foce o


years, and the City of Lake
City Code Enforcement
Board from 2002-2007,
.and served as an alternate
member fiom then until his
death.
John and Sandy
Shoemaker were honored
by the Rotary Club of Lake
City as its "Citizens of the
Year" in 2004. .
Shoemaker volunteered
as an auctioneer for the
DAC, Blue-Grey Army,
Colulnbia County Library,
United Way of Suwannee
Valley, the Original Florida,
the Florida Sports Hall of
Fame and the Columbia
County Historical Museum
to mention a few, Lord
said.
The Dees-Pat-rish Family
Funeral Home is handling
the funeral arrangements.
It,is set to be at 3 p.m. on
Wednesday at First Baptist
Church of Olustee with the
Rev. Wliilliams ~ifaciatiti-g '
.Family will accept friends
for o h dr nrir~ o the

invited to visit with the fam-
nlyaf er the service at the


Sandy, and daughter, Rene',
moved to Lake Cit3 in 1981
fr-om Fort Lauderdale, The
Re~v. Mike Williams mar-
ridd Rene' and he said
his father-in-law was also
very family-oriented.
i -Shoema~ker owned the
Gateway Gallery. Since
opening his businesses
in downtown Lak e City in
1984, he and his wife have
been active members of the
DAC.
SBertram said Shoemaker
was instrumentall in Lake
City earning a 'Main Str-eet"
designation in 1989.
Shoemaker uvas on the
DAC board of directors for
15 years. He served as ~DAC
president twice 1990-
91 and 1995-96. During
his presidency, the DAC
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because the name of` Pre-Flight Sawyer said a DC-3 vis-
Son the Aviation. : ited the airport this past
tdex. The committee recom- 'week on its way to the
CPI was mended, and council. con- Lakeland Sun 'n Fun Fly-
Forestry curred, Ledford could again in. This will be the 35th
ery large lease' that hangar as well arinual fly-in and it happens
:efighting as another one Hangar on April 21-26.
;A-4 he sought for added Sawye'r said the Lake
\Herbert ~storage. City Municipal Airport is
d a 3,0()0- The next meeting of the used by pilots to fuel their
ar as he airli'ort advisory committee 'planes as they go to and
ss under will'bewhen itisneeded. from the fly-in.


to $29,548.28, .
the rate is based
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city. M~r. Cone was here for
10- years and he resigned
and went onb nsw y.Bkr

Cotinty as manager for
only two years and now
he wants to return to Lake
City, Ward said. ~
Kraus was city manager
for eight months before he
resigned from Lake City.
Hill said Kraus was
f rced out bjy former City '

Ward confirmed that
Kraus was asked to resign
by a city councilman. Kraus
had approached him about
te'Ima te, WMr s i.us
don't think you're doing
the job,"' Ward said.
With Kraus,- Cone, Sadler
and Gleason deleted from
the shortlist, it left' nine
of the -13 initial candidates
for the post. That was nar-
rowed to seven. The 13
candidates considered
Monday night came from a
list of 101 applicant's.
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only for Krauls, the seven
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To the Editor:
There have been many
reports across the country
algout jurisdictions refusing per-
mrits for the crowds of people
to assemble for the recent TE~A
parties. On its face, one might
presume there was an agenda in
play regarding those municipali-
ties while others might simply
state they were refusing the
permits for other valid reasons.
Regardless of the reason, this
should concern everyone, not
just those affected.
The fist amendment to our
Constitution states: "Congress
shall make no law respecting
an esth~blishmhent of religion, or
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or the right of the peojble peace-
ably to assemble, anid to petition
the Government for a redress of
grievances.
The key portions here are
"Congress shall make no law"
and the right to peaceably
assemble. All across the county,
I did not find one report of these
TEA parties being other than
peaceful. The average person
might be inclined to think that .
since Congress didn't make any
law against it, no laws were bro-
ken. However, the 14th amend-
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permits to assemble peaceably,
and particularly the rejection of
a permit application by jurisdic-
tions across this nation to allow
the peaceable assembly of TEA
parties, and any other organiza-
tion for that matter, is a direct
violation of our fist and 14th
amendment rights guaranteed
by the Constitution.
The idea is that if Congress
shall make NO law and the state
shall make NO law, nor enforce
it, the law requiring permits for
assembly is unconstitutional.
I am saddened by the total
disregard of the Constitution
across this country and pray
daily that our leaders will awak-
en to this fact and return to the
principles held so dearly by our
founding fathers.
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world with her husband of fifty-
sevren years John "Pete" Mills
who preceded her in' death in
2007. M~rs. Mills was an expert
seamstress, volunteered at :the
health department in Delray
Beach, FL, enjoyed camping,
arts & crafts, and was a loving
wife, mother,~ and gr~andmother.
Mrs. Mills was a member of
Our Savior Lutheian Church in
Lake Worth, FL. Mrs. Mills
Sis survived by two sons, John
Christen "Chris" Mills-(atricia) ;
of' Longwood, FL; and Johri
Petel "Jack" Mills (Joelle) of
Lake Mary, FL; one daughter,
Cynthia Stout (Thomas) of Lake
City, FEL; five grandchildren
also survive. Private, family
~memoiiaj. services for Mrs.
Mills will be held at a later
date. remation ..arrangements
are under thre direction of
GAT'EWAY-FOREST LAWN
IFUNiERAL HOME, 3596 So
HWY 441, Lake City. (386) 752-
1954. Please sign the guest book :
at 'www.gatewayforestlaiwn. com


Mr. John Shoemaker
Mr. John :Shoemaker, 68, of
Lake City, died un~expectedly
;Saturday; April 18, 20()9. A
Native. of Hartford, Mlichigan'
M ~r. Shoemaker had 'beeil a
resident of Lake City since'19.81
.having moved here frdni Foit
Lauderdale. Mr. Shoemaker ivas
the son of the late John, Sr. &
Bernice Knopp Shoemalker. John
\vas the owner and operator of the
SGatewayj Gallery. Smeie opening
his businesses in downtown
.Lake City in 1984 he and his
wife Sandy have been active
members of the Downtown
Action Cdorporation. John was
b~ctive during the successful
1989 Main Stieet application
process, assembling the slide
show and researching the history
of; the downtown buildings.
John was on the DAC board of
directors for a total of 15 years
and President of the Downtown
Action Corporation Inc. twice
- from 1990-1991 and 1995;-
1996. During his~ presidency the
DAC working with the City of
Lake City revitalized downtown
with facade improvements, street
and sidewalk improvements, and
landscaping. It was' through these
efforts that the county and city
government was encouraged to
renovate the Columbia County
Courthouse and redesign Olustee
Park. John is probably best
known in downtown for his
contribution toward the Festival


M;r. Newtoin D. Fiveash
Mr. `Newton: D. Fiveash, Jr.,
97, of McAlpin, Florida, died
Sunday, April 19, 2009, mi the
V.A. Medical Center folidwing a
briefillness.AnativeofSylvestpr, _
Gjeorgia, Mr. Fiveaskh~hd beeni a
C~'sdef if yasCty for mored Lae


hvin saerved r n
Sthe U.S. Navy and retired from
the Greyhound Bus Line 'after
thirty eight years of service as a
bus driver. Mr. Fiveash 'owned i
'and operated the notorious
nudist colony, "The Chinkapin
Ranch" (named for the number
of chinkapin trees located on
.the forty acre parcel) that :was
located .on Brownll Road west
of Lake City for fifty years. He
was the inspiration arid main
character of two .books written by
Dr. 10arshall B. Allen, fr., "The
Naked Bus. Driver" and ."Newt
in tie~World' of Tarzan". Mr.
Fiveash was a onetime stuntman/ .
stand in for Johnny Weissmuller,
the actor who played the original
Tarzan in the old black and white
movies thiat were at that timie
filmed. at Silver Springs. ~Mr.
Fiveash was a member of the
Masonic Lodge, he vias a Shriner '
and a member of the Morrodco
Teniple. Mlr. Fiveash donated~the
land Ihat the Lakez Citji Shrine
Club wras built orrand: he wks a
big contributor to the Shritie's
hospital in Tamnpa. Mr. Fiveash
was preceded in death in 1996 by
his w ifel Ramnona. Mt Fiveash is
sunirvisd ~b his brother, Wesley
Fiveash ofAshburn, Georgia and
a sister, Betty Harris of Atlanta,
Georgia. Numerous tiieces and
. nephews also survive. Cremation
arrangements are under the
directionoftheDEES-PARRISH
FAMILY FUNERAL HOME,
458 S. Marion Ave., Lake City
(386)752-1234 Please sign our
on-line family guestbook at www.
parrighfamilyfu~nel-alhome. com


Susan W. "'Sue" Mills
Mrs. Susan W. Sue" Mills,
78, of Ft. White died Monday,
April 13, 2009 at Suwannee
Valley Care Center in Lake City
following 'a lengthy illness. A
native of Bridgeport, CT, she
was the daughter of the late
Christen E. and Beatrice Blamey
Wyrtzen. Mrs. Mills had lived
in Buffalo and Niagara, New
York, and Lake Worth, FL before
retiring, to Ft. White. in 1993.
Mrs. Mills enjoyed traveling the


of Lights.` John orgailized the
decorating of Olustee Park and
Sthe volunteers who assisted them
during the months thatf it takes to
complete the job. For 15 years,
they worked tirelessly planning
the park and activities for the
SFestival of Lighits. Without their
hard work `and planning, the
Festival of Lights would not be
Sthe wonderful event it is today.
Over the years John and his
wife Sandy worked on many
other promotional activities m n
Downtown including the 4th of
July Celebration, Alligaitor Fest'
Air Show, and Olustee. John was
also instrumental mn the Lake
City Commercial District and the
LakelIsabellaHistoricResidentia'l
District lieing designated as
National Historic Sites. He and
_Pinky Moore worked on this
project' for over 2 years until it
became a reality in 1992.. John
has always had a love~ of history
and that love of history lead John
and Sanidy to join the Columbia
County Historical Museum m
1991. Whatever they become
involved in they always come
as a team and the museum was
no excepjtiori. John and his wife
volunteered for many years' as
host andl hostess at the museum
on Wednesday afternoons. John
was the President of~the Museum
froin 1996 2004. John and
Sandy are~ meinbers of the
Columbia County Historical
Societyr. They have been
members of the Blue Grey since
1989 and John .has served as
committee chair for the Olustee
Parade Review Stand sincel1990.
SJohn worked tirelessly to help
iinprove the community. He
was on the CDBG (Community
Development Block Grant) Task
Force for the City of Lake City
for 14 years and the City of
Lake City Code Enforcement
Board from 2002 2007, and
an alternate' member from then
until the present.. John and
Sandy' Shoemaker were honored
.by the Rotary as their Citizens
of the Year in 2004. John loved
his community and that love is
far reaching. He volunteered his
services as an auctioneer for the
Downtown Action Corporation
Inc., ~Blue GreL Army Inc,
Columbia' County Library,
United Wray, the Original
Florida, the Florida Sports Hall
of Fame, and the Columbia
County Historical Museum to
mention a few. John's hobbies
included restoring antiques, he
loved to fish and he made hat
stands that were a very popular
Se-bay item. Mr. Shoemaker is


survived by his wife of forty-.
one years, Sandy Sho~emaker and
Shis daughter &. son-in-law, Rene'
Shoemaker Williams and Rev.
SMike Williams all of Lake City.
He is also survived by his best
frend a~d faithful companion'
for the past fourteen years, his
beloved dog, "Hemingw~Ey".
Memorial services for Mr.
Shoemaker will be conducted at
30009P.M Wed esdy Aprhl 2
.of Olustee with Pastor Mike.
Williams officiating. The. famiily
will receive friends for one hour
prior to th service at the church
and following the service there
will be time for friends to visit.
In ~lieu of flowers the `family
Requests that memorial donations
be niade to the Downtown Action
Committee for the Christmas
Lights in the Parkc % P.O. Box
S1824, Lake City, Florida 32056.
Arrangements are under the
directionoftheDEES-PARRISH
FAMILY FUNERAL HOMVE,
458~ S: Marion Ave., Lake City.
(386)752-1234 Please sign our
on-line family guestbook at www.
parrishfamilyfuneralhome. com


Bryte Sorrell
Bryte Sorrell, 93, a resident~ of
Lake City, Flonida passed away
April 19, 2009 at the Avalon
Healthcare and Rehab Center,
Lake CityJ Fl. after an extended
illness. f B Sorl Iwa ia

and atdv esd d n Lake Cnay
for the resitwe my two iyea
Prior eo moving o LaieyeCy
she had resided in Hollywood,
Florida. She is retired from the
Southeast First National Bank,
Miami, Florida.~ Survivors
include her daughter: Angela
Watts, Lake. City, Fl. One sister:
Ora Henderson Hendersonville,
North Carolina. Three
Grandchildren, Laura Watts,
Misty Watts and Dixie Crews and
two great grandchildren Tyler
Kirk and Elbert Kirk. Funeral
services for Mrs. Sorrell will
be conducted Thursday April 23,
2009 at 11:00 A.M. in the Athens
Baptist Church with the Rev.
Walter Bowman, officiating.
. Interment will follow in the
Athens Cemetery. The family
will receive friends Wednesday
April 22, 2009 from 5:00-
7:00 P.M. at the funeral home.
GUERRY FUNERAL HOME~
2659 SW. Main Blvd. Lake City
is in charge of all arrangements.
Obituaries are paid advertise-
ments. For details, call the Lake
City Reporter's classified depart-
ment at 752-1293.


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Camp Kulaqua is coming up as well.
Students have been' spending a lot
of time learning about animals and
their homes, and now the students
Sget the chance to be up close arid -
personal with the animals as they.
visit the zoo.

Niblack Elementary School
The final PTO meeting for
Niblack Elementary School will be
held ~at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. The
fourth and fifth~ grade classes will
present the program that night.
Congratulations to the 2009
Niblack Math Bee Team mem-
bers. They are Terrious Baker,
Ianita Padilla, Laterrion Jones
*and Jazmaine Parker. These stu-
dents represented Niblack at
the Columbia County Math Bee
which was hpeld on Monday at the
Columbia County School Board
Auditorium.
Kindergarten orientation will
be held at Niblack at 6:30 p.m. on
April 30 in the cafeteria. Any child
who will be five years old, on or
.before September 1, is eligible. The'
Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten pro-
gram also will be discussed.
Westside Elementary School
Westside Elementary School had
a great turnout for its Purple Pinkie
Project, which made approximately
$390.,The students had a great time
dThe coeol ao boasted a large
number of students named to the
Honor Roll for the third six weeks.
There were 133 "A" Honor Roll stti-
dents and 182 "AB" Honor Roll stu-
dents, and 97 students had perfect
attendance.


had 27,164 points' in its Accelerated
Reader program. The top ten point I
earning students are Rebecka
JTe~nsen, Maegan.Cole, Ashley
McDaniel, Sarah Sweetapple, Cayla
SHintz, John Brandt, Samantha
STusitig, Daniella Rivera, IAnna
Huntley and Latiten Woodall. Those
students who met their goals have
Been enjoying science activities
like static electricity experiments
with balloons and rice krispies.
Congratulations to these students.
Melrose Park Elementary School
Second grade students at .
IVelrose Park Elementary School '
did their best work on the SAT-10.
Congratulations to the students for
working hard and not giving up.
Field day for second grade students
is scheduled for Wednesday. .
Second grade students will be
traveling to Silver Springs on May 8.
If ybu would like to chalierone, you
must be school board approved.
Second graders will be discussing
healthy and unhealth food choices.
Your child will be keeping a food
journal for one week. Follow-up
activities will be done in the class- .
room.
iFdirst grade students e joyed their
The students visited sling ray bay
where they observed and touched
siting rays. Students were able to see
different kinds of animals and their
wt hir st f a ialrsrea their
habitats.
March has been a busy month
for Kindergarten students. They
formed the "ABC Rock" play for the
March FTO meeting, and the play
was' a huge success. The field trip to


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pbe Columbia County School
SBoard will be accepting O~ut-Of-Zone
~Waiver requests during the Month
of April. Applications are available on
liire at www.columbia.hl2.fl.us or at
the School Board Office.
The Columbia.County School :
Board will be accepting Out-Of-
SCounty Waiver request during the .
:months,of April, Mayr and June, 2009.
Appliedtions are available ~on line
at wwuw.coljumbia:kl2.fl.us or at the
School Boaird Office.
S:The Flonida Department of
Education has released.its 2009-
S2010 school entry requirements for
students entering the district. Prior
to entry, attendance, or transfer to
:Florida schools, ~each child shall
have on file a Florida Certificatioix of
Immunization, DH 68(), document~-
ing the following: Public:, Non-public
Schools, kindei-garten through grade
S12 four or five doses of diphthe-
'ria-tetanlus-pei-tuesis (DTaP) vaccine;
two or three doses of hepatitis B vac-
Scine; three or four doses of polio vac-
cine; two doses of nicasles-mumnps-
:rubella (MMR) vaccine; two doses
Sof varicella vaccine for kindergarten
Sand grade~ one, and one d~ose of vari-
;~gt (athe vain ds nt ru rough
Sif there is a history of varicella dis-
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District 4-5A opening round

ii 4 pim. LaLke Weir H-igh vs.Vanguard High -
1 6 p~m:; Gainesville High vs. Leesburg High
5 8 p.m. -r-- Columbia,,High. vs. Eastside :High ,


Lady Indians

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5r~L district meet


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Tuesday,April 21, 2009


Fort White faces
Dixie County in
district opener.

By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter.com


FORT WHIITE -- Fort
SWhite High looks to pull off '
a postseason turnaround,
following an 8-14 regu-
lar season, in the District
5-3A softball tournament
that starts today at Williston
High.
The Lady Indians will
take on Dixie County High
in the first game of the tour-
nament, a team the Lady
Indians have had success
against this season.
Fort White is 2-0 against
Dixie County this season,
and will square off against
the Lady Bears at 5 p~m.
In a game on Feb. 23,
the Lady Indians pounded
out 15 runs agaiiist the
Lady Bears, with Douglass
pitching three innings in
the win.
Fort 'White is coming
off a season-ending victory
against Taylor County High,
in which senior pitcher
Jessica Robison got the first
complete-game win of her
Robison stepped in for the
. Lady Indians after freshman
ace Douglass went down
early in the season with a
shoulder injury ahnd was
forced to switch positions.
Robison will,be expected

Zd'I~cdiani ilf t ey ned
to advance past districts.
Douglass has stayed in
the~ lineup,, as she moved -
positions and can still be '
effective with the bat.
The winner of the first- i
rourid game will play top-~'
seeded P.K. Yonge -School
in the next round on
Wednesday.
Fort White has proven .
they, can score against the
Wave, putting up 11 runs
against them in a loss on
March 31.
Douglass had ~three RBIs 1
in the loss and is coming off
of a four-RBI game against
Taylor County.


COURTESY PHOTo
:Members of 2009 Colu~mbia High softball team are (front row, from left) Stephanie Pilkington, Colby Craig, Kaitlin Scott,
Payton Sundl, Jessica Keene and Michaela.Burton. Second row.(from left) are Janine Lopez, Holly Crumpton, Natalie
Martinez, ~Megan Hill, Jordan Williams, Amanda Roach and Amanda Woodfield. Assistant coach Robbie Crews is ~back left
and head coach Jimmy'Williams is back right.


Lady Tigers host district tournament


don't want to put people on
base for fr-ee and we want to
make sure they earn ~their
"aV3 home. ~
o~~mif 'ue pedn ydsI u
Weir in Wednesday night's
semifinal.
The teams split this sea-
son, with the Huirricanes
winning the last meeting,
5-4, at their place.
Williams said Lake Weir
also is coming into the tour-
nament as a hot team, and
the loss should serve as a
wake-up call for the Lady
.Tigers. .
"We are not going in pan-
icked or stressed," Williams
said. "We are looking at it as
just another game at home.
We are supposed to win it, -
so let's go win it. We are
hard to beat here."


By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com

Columbia High softbanll

with 'three, first-round
'games today.
The Ladyr Tigers are
19-6 overall, and earned the
No. 2 tournament seed with
an 8-4 district record. .
Columnbia plays Eastside
High in- the late game at
8 p.m. -
First-round play begins at
4 p.m. with No. 3 Vanguard
(8-4 district) taking on
No. 6 Vanguard High (4-8).
In the, 6 p.m. game, 190. 4
Gainesville High (7-5) plays
No. 5 Leesburg High (48).
Forest High~ (11-1) is
thie top seed and has an
opening bye.


The Wildcats play the
Gainesville/Leesburg win<-
ner at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The late game on
Wednesday begins; at
7 p.mn., as does the champi-
onship game on Friday. ,
Admission is .$5 as set
by' the FHSAA and only
state series.passes will be
accepted. -
SGainesville is the defend-
ing district champion, while
Forest was runner-up. last
year. In the two previous
years in the district, Forest
won the title andl Gainesville
was runner-up.


Columbia has made short
work of the Rams, winning
15-0 at home and 17-3 in
,Gainesville.
The Lady Tigers have
won five .straight including
the Bell High tournament
We are playing good. at
the right time anid, as a
coach', that's what you hope
for," CHS head coach Jimmy
Williams said. "We have got
to understand the impor-
tance of playing good, solid
defense and getting good
timely hitting.
"I am concerned about
the amount of walks. We


Three Fort White
111tOTS quahify for
FHSAA FinalS.
From staff reports

FORT WHIT Fort
White High's Indy Indians
track' team placed third,
while the boys placed
eighth, in the .District
3-2A track and field meet
at Bradford High on
Thursday.
"~We have a pretty young
team with just two seniors,"
girls' coach Kemberly
Jackson said. "Most of our
team is made up of sixth-
through eighth-graders,
and we're really looking
forward to next year."
Sitia Martinez had the
best overall showing for
the Lady, Indians, taking
first place in the 100 meter
and 300 meter, and fourth
in the long jump.
Brittany Cason finished
second in the high jump
and Nikeria Solomon
finished second in the
triple jump. Jasmine
Robinson placed fifth in


the triple' jump.
Ashley Cason advanced
with a third-place ~finish
in the 3200 meter. Rykia
Jackson placed sixth in the
event.
The team of Jackson,
Cason, Shania Pelham
and Daniell Wooley placed
fourth in the 4x800 relay.
Tara Miller placed
fourth, in the high jump.
Wooley placed fifth in the
1600 meter.
In the 4x100 relay, the
team of Solomon, Miller,
Desma Blake and Robinson
placed fourth. In the 4x400
relay, Sjolomon, Martinez,
Miller and Pelham placed
fifth,
The boys didn't have
quite as much -success, but
Matthew Waddington won
two events. Waddington
took first in the 1600 meter
with a time of 5:09.12 and
the 3200 meter with a time
of 11:55.07.
Soron Williams finished
fifth in the 200 meter.
The top four in each of
the events advance to the

INDIANS continued on 3B


.BRIE"

Physicals offered
today at gym ,
Columbia High is
fon them-h t odhy isdse
school gym. High school
boys and girls should
.report at 4 p.m. Middle
school students can also
ge ~pysicals be g ni
should accompany
middle school athletes.,
For details, call Donnie
Harrison at 755-8080.

CHS SOFTBAU.
Team Seilng
pilau dinnerS
Columbia High's
softball team is selling
chicken pilau dinners
today for $6. Dinners will
be available at 4 p.m.
For details, call Jinuny
Williams at 755-8080.

CHS TRACK
Pork dinner
for fundraiser
Columbia Higih's track
Athletes are selling a
pork dinners for Frida~y.
Place an order b
e-mail coach April hlorse
at eanbz~bellsouth. net.

DUTHi SWIMMING
;Registration
.is under way
Columbia Swicim
Team,. now\ part-of Gator

S thi Cor1 bi onu tc
Complex weekdays from
4-5:30 p.m.
For details, call Sherri
Lee at 755-3543.

viOUTH SOCCER
CYSA, summer ~
sign-up' Saturday
Columnbia Youth
Soccer Association has
summer registration set '
for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Saturday through May
23, at the CYSA complex.
.For details. call Scott
Everett at (866;C) 738-8181.

From staff r~eports.

GAMES



so tbal s TDie h nt
High in District 3-5A
toraCmen aVt' illidtoh

baseball vs. Suwannee
High,. 7 p.m.
M Fort W~hite High
baseball vs. Lafayette
High, 7 p.m.
M Columbia High1 soft-
rball vs. Eastside High in ~
District 4-5A tournament,
8 p.m.
Thursday
'M Columbia High track
in District 3-3A meet at
University of Florida,
1 .m
Columbia .High
baseball at Union County
High, 6 p.m.
M Fort Wh ite H ig h
baseball at Hamilton.
County High, 7 p.m.
Friday
a Columbia High
weightlifting at Class 2A
state meet at River Ridge
High, noon
M Fort White High track
in Region 1-2A meet at
Chiles 1-igh, TB~A
a Fort White baseball at Branford
High, 7 p.m.
Saturday


5' Fort White High
weightlifting at Class A
state meet at River Ridge
High, 10.30 a.m.


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Page Editor: Tim Kirby, 754-0421


series 2-0
Today
Detroit at Columbus, 7 p.m.
Thursday
Detroit at Columbus, 7 p.m..
Vanc uer ,Setr u. .Louis
Vancouver 3, St. Louis 0
Sunday .
Vancouver 3, St. I.ouis 2, Vancouver
leads series 3-0

Vancouver at St Lis; 8 p.m.
Chicago vs. Calgary
Chicago 3, Calgary 2
Saturday '
Chiaigo 3, Calgary*2L, Chicago leads
series 2-0
'Monday
Chicago at Calgary (n) .
'-Wednesday
SChi~cago at Calgary, 10 p.m.

SSOCCER

MLS schiedulle

Saturriay's Games
New York 2, Real Salt Lake 0
K .Ianisas City 2, Chicago 2, tie
Los Angeles t;ISan Jose I.,tle
' hivas usA 2,sdattle Fe a
Sundajr's Games
Hou ~bstoh I,:tolorado 0
FC Dallas 3,Tboroto FC 7 ,
SWednesday'seamne
Chivas USA at Toronto 'FC, 7:30 p.m.
.Thursday s Game
New York at Kansais City, 8 p.m.
,. i S'. aturday, April 25
Chicagg~iat Colury~blis. 7 p.m.
New E~gl~anat Real Salt Lake, 9p.m.
L. s Angelsr n Colorjde. 9:30 p.m.
FC Dallas at Chiks USA, 10:30 p~ri
Sin Jose at Sljtle FC, 10 30 p m.
Sunday,April 26
D C Unruld nr New York. 3 p m
Kanras Clr/ urTponrrcoFC. 5 m.n


BOX ING: Gi
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Fight schedule


At BlrggkokF Thand, Pogsakiek
Wln longklm. Th lalnd, vs Jullo Ccsar
Miranda, Mexic6, 12, for the interim WBC
'flyweight title.
At Scottrade Center, St. Louis (SHO),

mor S nse t oi rt v.D eann F


Ant ioU Ecalae El Pa .exoazs, sG ry
Stark Jr., New York, 12, super bantam-
weights.
Saturday
At Bayarnon, Puerto Rico (HBO), Juan
Manuel Lopez, Puerto Rico, vs. Gerry
`Penalosa, Philippines, 12, for Lopez's
wso super ~bantamweight title; Ldmont
Peterson, Memphis, Tenn., vs. Willy Blain,
Germainy, 12, for the interim WBO light
welterweight title.
At MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods,
Mashantucket, Conn. (SHO), Carl Froch,
Britain, vs. Jermain Taylor, Cittle Rock Ark.,
for Froch's WBC super middleweight title;
4llan Green..Tulsa, Okla., vs. Carlos De
Leon Jr., Las Vegas, 10, super middleweightsu;
Dominick Guinn, Houston vs.JohnnieWhite,
St. Martinsville, La, 10, heavyweights.
At, Krefeld, Germany, Felix Sturm,
Germany, vs. Koji Sato, Japan, 1-2, for
Sturm's WBA, middleweight title.



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San Diego 8, Philadelphia 5
Houston 7, Cincinnati 0
Sunday's Games
Milwaukee 4, N.Y. Mets 2
Florida 7.Washington 4

Pia~d I iaP r S Dego 4
Cincinnati 4, Houston 2
San Francisco 2,Arizona 0
L.A.Dodgers 14, Colorado 2
St. Louis at Chicago, ppd.,rain

San Dieg~o a Phi dGpI a, ppd. rain
Atlanta at Washington (n)
Florida at Pittsburgh (n)
Cincinnati at Houston (n)
Colorado at Arizona (n) .
Today's Games
Atlanta (Kawakiami 1-1) at Washington
(Martis 1-0),7:05 p.m. 1
Mllwaukee (Parra 0-2) at Philadelphia,


(Kamer 0 0. n0c5 pm. atPtbrh
L.A Dodgers (Kershaw 0O-0) at
Houstor (R.Ortiz 0-0),8:05 p.mn.
cineinnati (owlngs .O- )at chicago
Cubs (Harden 0-1), 8;05 p.m.
N.Y. Mets (O.Perez 1-1) at St. Louis
(Wellemeyer 1 I), 8:15 p.m.
Colorado (F.Mot-alqs 1-0) at Ariz~ona
san Dlego (reasy 2-1) jt San Franaisco
(CaIn 1-0), 10115 p~m.
'~Wednesday's tames I; ~
Florida at Pittsburgh,; 12:35. p~m.
SColorado at Arizona 3-40p.m.
San Diego at San Francisco 3:45.p~m .
Atlanta at Washington, 7 05 p m
Milwaukee at Philadelphll, 7 05 pm
Clncinnaul at Chicago Cusz, 8:05 p.m.
L' A. Dodgers at Houston. 805 p.m;
N .Y. Mers at St Louls, 8 I5 pm


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97, $79,450.
2j, (7) Paul Menard, Ford, 31 I. 59.5,
94, $102.581.
311 20 5 ua I $nI Montoya,Chevrolet,
S25. (4) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet. 311,
92.9.88, $108,801.
26. (24) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 31 I,
54.8, 85, $70,525.
82. (131 Matt Kenseth, Ford, 31 I 61.4,
28. (9) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 3 I 1, 68,
79, $67,075.
29. (42) Bobby Labante, Ford, 311, .
44.2, 81,$97,679. .
30. (33) Kevin H irvick. Chevrolet, 3 I I,
47.2,73, $107,653.
S31,.(15) Dale Earnhardr Jr., Chevrolet,
310,71.2,7~5, 84,66Q. -
32.(40) Elliort Sadler. Dodge, 310. 39 I.
67,$ 27 Dly~d G ilijild.dChdrol et31.
471, 64, 967,300
34. (18) Scott Speed, Toyota, -3 I0, 45,
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35. (25) A| Allmendinger, Dodge, 309,
44.7,58,$66,10Q.
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39. (23) :Robby~ bordonToydta, 243,
54.4,44,$984,310.
40. /(39) Sterling Marlin, I$odge
accident I 17, 29.9, 43, $65,400,
4 I. (22) *joe' Nemecekg Toyotai rear
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42 (34! Dave Blaneyr.Tioyoa. brakez.59.
31,37,:$65,125. ,
43. (43) Tony Rainer, Dodge brale r. 56,
24, 34, $65,496
Race Statistics
Average Speed of Race Wy~nrer
108 042Z mph
Time of Race 2 hours. 53 minute.
16 seconds
Margin of~lctory- 0 734 seconds
Caution Flags Slx for 29 14ps
Lead Changes* 14 among 10 drivers.
Lap Leaders M Martsr. 1-55. EWdalcrip
56, M Marter 57, 103, B.Labonre 104,
Ku Busch 105-167. D Earnhardt Jr. 168.
2 19,T Stew~rt 220-238, M Martlln 239-240.
DReurlmann 24 I.Jj.ohnson 242, B Vickers
243 244.~D Elrnhardr Jr 2415-25 5.M Martn
26-302; R.Newman 303-306; M.Martin



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10d~K.Kahne,4975. I I. J.Bisrton, 953. 12.


RUN NIN G

WorkI Marathon~ Majors

~ The top five men and women finishers
at .the: Boston, London, Berlin,, Chicago,
New York, World Championships and .
)lynipic Iarathons earn points in~ a $1 .
million, two-year series to crown the
World Marathon ~Majors champion. The
series will conclude at the New York
City Marathon on Nov. 1.The men's and
women's champions each win $500,000..
(Points awarded per race are: ist-25; 2nd- .
15; 3rd-IO; 4th-5 and 5th-I). .'
Through Sunday
Men -
I. SamuelWanjiru, Kenya, 40.
2. Deri a Mer~ga, Ethio~pia, 30.
.3 arin el Knya, 2.
4. Evans Cherulyot, Kenya, 25.
4; Haile GeBrselassie, Ethiopia, 25.
4.Abderrabim Goumri, Morocco, 25.
4. Marilson dos Santos, Brazil, 25.
4. Robert K Cheruiyot, Kenya, 25.
4. Daniel Rono, Kenya, 25.
Women
I. Irina Mikitenko, Germany. 50.

D.lvI nus Bit mrM Russia '30.
3. Constantina Dita, Romania, 30.
3, Salina Kosgei, Kenya, 30.


H;OCKEY


NHL layo~ffs

FIRST RbU~N d -'
EASTERN CONFERENCE

Boston 4. Montreal 2
4 Saturday
Bsee on 5, I-100treal I, Bos .n leads
Monday
Boston at Montre~al (n)
Wednesday
Boston at Montreal,?t p.m.
Washington vs. N.Y. Rangers
N.Y. Rangers 4I.Washirhgtor. 3
Saturday
N.Y. Rangers' , Vrashington 0, N.Y.
Rangers lead series a- '

Washington at N.Y. Rangers (n)
Wednesday
SWashington at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
Newjsirsey vs.Carblina
New Jersey 4,carouina I
Fitiday
New Jersey 1, OT
Sunday
New Jersey 3, Carolina 2, OT, New
Jersey leads series 2-1
Today
New Jersey at Carolina, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday
Carolina at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia
Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia I
Pittsburgh 3. Philadelphia 2
Sunday
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 3 p.m.
Today


Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
WESTERN CONFERENCE
San Jose vs.Anaheim
Anaheim 2, San Jose 0
Sunday
Anaheim 3, San Jose 2.Anaheim leads
series 2-0
Today
San Jose.at Anaheim, 10:30 p.m.
Thursday
San Jose at Anaheim, 10:30 p.m.
Detroit vs. Columbus
Detroit 4, Columbuz I
Saturday
Detroit 4, Columbus 0, Detroit leads


From staff reor ts


Columbia High's base-
ball team put an exclama-
tiOn point on the District
4-5A regular season with a
10-1 win at Lake Weir High
On Saturday.
The TigerS finished tied
f0[ flTSt in district at 10-2,
but wuill have to settle for
the No. 2 seed after losing a
tiebreaker to Forest High.
Zack Dicks ~fired a six-hit-
ter against the Hurricanes.
He walked one.and struck
out three arid Lake Weir's
One Tun WaS unearned.
Cameronr Sweat and
Zach Espenship were both
3-for-4. Sweat had double,
three RBIs and scored a
run. Es enship` had a dou-
ble and RBI.
Blake Kinlg was a. score-
liceper's ~dream.. He vent
-for-3 with .two. doubles,
tWvO RBIS 888 tWO runs
SCOred, and also drew a
Walk and had a sacrifice.
.Julian. Bonds (RBI, run


scored, stolen base), Codey
Blackwell (RBI, two runs
scored), Mike Kirkman
(RBI), Jacob Tillotson (two
runs scored) and Austin
Lawrence (run scored) all
had hits.
Josh Hook scored a run,
while both Brandon Scott
and Calvin Lee (stolen base)
reached on walks.
CHS hosts Suwannee
High at 7 p.m. today.

Lady Tigers track

Columbia's girls 4x400
relay team of Perla
Valdez, Cierra Timmons,
Clare Russell and Phoebe
Johinson won the event at
the meet at Orange Park
High on Friday. The team
clocked a season-best 4:24.
Johnson won the 400
meters in 1:01 and. Valdez
was second in the 800
meter in 2:36.
Columbia competes in
the, District 3-3A meet in
Gaine'sville on Thursday.


AI.. st-anclings

East DivisionL Pc GB ~I

Troho 10 4 714 -
Boso 7 6 .538 2's
New York 7 6 538 2.
Baltimore 6 '7 462 3. ;
Tampa Bay Ceta Dvs8n 385 4 ~

WL Pct GB
D 0ag 7 5 5 3
Kansas CIty 7, 5 583 ---
pfnnesota 7 7 .500 I
Cleveland 4 9 .308. 3 A
West Division




Lo ngeles 8~.3 )
Saturday's Games
Toronto 4, Oakland 2, 12 innings
Cleveland 22, N.Y.Yankees 4
Chicago W~hite Sox 8,Tampa Bay 3
SBostch 6, Baltimore 4
Minnesota 9, LA.Angels 2
Kansas City 2.Texas 0
Detroit 2, Seattle 0
Sunday's Games
'N.Y.Yaridies. 7r,Glevelarid 3
:;Toronto 1, Oakland 0 :
Boston 2, Baljlin ore I
Chicago White Soxc 12,Tampa Bay 2
M~innesota 3, L.A.Angels I
Texas 6, Kansas City 5 .
)~Detroit 8,5eattle 2
Monday's Games
Boston 12, Baltimore I
Oakland at N.Y.Yankees, ppd., rain
Today's' Games
Chicago White Sox (Contreras 0-2) at
Baltimore (liergesen 0-0), 7:05 p.m.
Kansas City (Ponson 0- I) at Cleveland
(Laffey 0-0), 7:05 p.m.
SOakiand (Evelan~d 0-0) at N.ifYankees
(Pettitte I-0), 7:05 p.m.
Texas (McCarthy I -0) at Tomrono
(Halladay 3-0), 7:07 p.m.
Minnesota (S.Baker 0-1) at Boston
(Wakefield 1- I), 7;10 p.m.
Detroit (Galarraga 2-0) at L.A. Angels.
(Weaver IM1), 10:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Sonnanstine 0-1) at Sea ie
Wednesday's Games ,
Oakland at N.Y.Yankees, 1:05 p.m.
Kansas City at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox at Baltimore,
7:05~nr p:0m.~
Minnesota at Boston, 7:10p~.m.
Detroit at LA.Angels, 10:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Seattle, 10:10 p.m.

AUTO RACING

Subway Fresh Fit 500

At Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale,Ariz.
Saturday
(Start position in parentheses)
1. (1) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 31i2 laps,
145.6 rating, 195 points, $232, 150.
2. (6) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 312,
121, 175, $183,223.,
170 5) Kre Busch, Dodge, 312, 124.7,
4. (10)Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet,3 12,

5. (13) Greg Biffle, Ford, 312, 106.6,
155,$122,400.
6.(12) oenny HamlinToyta, 3 2, 9.7,
150, $107,975.
7.(26) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 312,
96.9, 146, 9124,690. ,
8. (8) David Reutimann, Toyota, 312,
107.8, 147, 109,723. .
9. (35} Sam f lornish Jr., Dodge, 312,
72.7, 138, $106,860.
IO. (I1) Carf Edwards, Ford, 312, 90.5,
134, $127,756.
[I. (28) Jamie McMurray, Ford, 3II,
82.8, 130, $87,600.
12. (36) Reed ~Sorenson, Dodge, 312
71, 27,$115,001.
13.(2 1) Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 3 12, 84.5,
124,$115,348. .
.14. (29) Marcos AmbroseToyota, 3 12,
76, 121, $89,423.
15. (16) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 312,
85.8, I18, $117,381.
I6. (30) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 312,
78.3, 120, $110,529.
17. (1) Kyle Bubch, Toyota, 3 12, 101.5,
III,$I 17,023.
18. (19) David Stremme, Dodge, 31I,.
67.8, 109,$105,115.
19. (5) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 3 11, 90.I.
II 1, $100,298.
20. (38) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 31 ,
57.7, 103, $87,900.
2 L (31) joey Logano,Toyota, 3 I1, 50.7,


Pitino's son, Richard, as an
aSSistant Mond~ay.
Pitino spent ~the last two
.years working in a similar
position under his father.


Associated Press


GA: I~~NESVILLE Florida
COach Billy D~onovan hired
LOUIsville -coach Rick


TELE VISION


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Today
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
8 p~m.
WGN Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs
SNBA BASKETBALL

TNT Playo~ffs frt round* Same 2,
Detroit at Cleveland
10:30 P~m.
TNT Playoffs, first round, game 2,
Utah at LA. Lakers
NHL HOCKEY
7 p~m.
VERSUS Playoffs, Eastern
Conference .quarterfinals, game 4'
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia

VERSUS. 30 plmyoffs, Western
Conference quarterfinals,game 4,Vancouver
at St Louis (joined in-progress)
10o3op.m.
VERSUS Playoffs, Western
Conference quarterfinals, game 3, San jose
at Anaheim


BASKETBALL

NBA playoffs
FIRST ROUND .
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland vs. Detroit
Saturday
Cleveland 102, Detroit 84, Cleveland
leads series 1-0 1.
Today
Detroit at Cleveland, 8 p.m-
Friday
Cleveland at Detroit,? p.m.
Sunday,April 26
.Cleveland at Detroit, 3:30 p.m.

Boston vs. Chicago
Saturday
Chicago 105, Boston 103, OT, Chicago
leads series 1-0 .
M .onday
Chicago~at Boston (n)
Thursday
Bostori at Chicago,8 p.m.
Sunday,April 26
Boston at Chicago, I p.m.

Orlando vs. Philadelphia .

Phil I e shsu 10 Orlan'do 98,

Philadelphia'a Orln dao 7 p.ni.`

Orladdo at P Rid iai48 p.m.
Sunday,April 26
Orlando at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m.


Atlanta vs. Miami

Atlanta 90, Mainm 64, Atlanta leads
series 1-0

.Mia;n'i t A~tat b 8e m :
Satifrdaylperiz i ,i25
Atlanta at Miami, 6:30 p~m.
Monday,April 27
Atlanta at Miami,TBA

WESTERN CONFERENCE
L.A. Lakers vs.Utah
Sunday
L;A. Lakers I 13, Utah 100, L.A. Lakers
lead series 1-0 ,
Today
Utah at LAk Lakers, 10:30 p.in.
Thursday
L.A. Lakers at Utah, 10:30 p.m.
Saturday,April 25
L.A. Lakers at Utah, 9 p.m.

Denver vs. New Orleans -
Sunday '
Denver I 13. New bricans 84. Denver
leads series I-0
We nesday
New Orleans a ever, 1:30 p.rri.

Denver at New Orleans, I p.m.
Mon~day,April 27 .
SDenver at New Oricans,TBA

San Antonio vs. Dallas .
*Saturday
Dallas 105, San Antonio 97, iballas
leads series 1-0
Monday
Dallas at San Antonio (n)
Thursday
San Antonio at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Saturday,April 25
San Antonio at~allas, 4p.m. :

Portland vs. Houston .
Saturday
Houston 108, Portland BI1. Houston
leads series 1-0
Today
Houston at Portland, 10j p.m.
Friday
Portland at Houston, 9:30 p.m.

Portland at Hutop 6 n.


BASEBALL

NL standings

East Division )
W L Pct GB
Florida II .917 -
Atlanta 6 6 .500 5
New York 6b 6 .500 5
Philadelphia 5 6 .455 5'&
Washington I 10 .091 9'
Central Division '
W t Pct GB
Chicago '7 4 .636 -
St. Louis 8 5 .615 -
Cincinnati 6 5 .545 I
Pittsburgh 6 6 .5010 I &
Houston 4 8 .333 3%
Milwraukee 4 8 .333 3%k
West Division
W L Pct GB
Los Arigeles 10 3 .769 -
San Diego 9 4 .692 I
Colorado 4 7 .364 5
Arizona 4 8 .333 Sh
San Francisco' 4 8 .333 5j
Saturday's ames
Pittsburgh 10,Atlanta 0
Florida 9,Washington 6, II innings
N.Y. Mes I, Milwaiukee 0
LA. Dodgers 9, Colorado 5
Chicago Cubs 7, S t. ouis 5, I I Innings
Arizona 2, San Francisco I


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Griffith finished first in
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a 275 pound bench press,
235-pound clean and jerk
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around you. WA
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way of approaching some-
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attention that can prompt a
deal or proposal. Financial-
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give in to anyone trying to
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you but~be careful not to let
your anger _show. ~Decep-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JULDICIAL, CIRCUIT? IN
AND FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
THE BANK~ OF NEW YORK AS
TRUSTEE FOR POPULAR FI-
NANCIAL SERVICES MOR-
GAGE/PASS THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATE SERIES #2006-D,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 2007-553CA
.DIVISION ..,. r!
vs. .
DONNA G. CROSSON, et al::
Defendant(s)-
NOTICE : OF FORECLOSURE
N TCE~ IS .HEREBY GIVEN pr-
suant to a Final Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated April 06,
.0 And en ereC in Case No.~ 200 -
THER Judicial Tiu uit oinaod foe

TRUSTEE FOR POPULAR FI-
NANCIAL. SERVICES MORT-
GAGE/PASS THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATE SERIES #2006-D, is the
Plaintiff and DONNA G. CROSS-
.ON; JOHN G. CROSSON; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at FRONT
STEPS -OF THE COLUMBIA

C O fN T dOU O U S E a 1 0

LOT 25, BLOCK C, WISE ES-
TATES,. ACCORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7,
PgAGE 164-167, OF THE PUBLIC
P RECORDS OF COLUMBIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 247 SW MELTA GLEN,
LAKE CITY, FL 32024
Any perspin claiming~ an interest in
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 sixty (60) dayis after the
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
i hj ,urt on 4/7, 2009.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: B. Scippio
SDeputy Clerk ,.
SPublish in Lake City Reporter
Gryic T: Florida Default Law
P.O. Box 2501118
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
FO7045303 FIDITITON-CONV-B-
rharnig .
S05522315
April 14, 21, 2009


020. Lost & Found .
Found: Female German shepard
mix. Cooler. No ID. Close to US90
& Hwy 100 split. Call to identify.
386-623-3646 or 352-665-0717
FOUND: White female cat.
Around Carpenter Rd. off CR 240.
Call between 9am & 9pm to
identify. 384-758-3599
LOST! Very much loved bulldog.
Black w/'white chest, 75 lbs., big
head: Name is Gator. Lost on
Brown Rd. in Emerald Lakes S/D
REWARZD! 386-867-0786

10 ob
10 Opportullities
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507 NW Hall of Fame Dr.

SW esno hirn fon FoFor &
Dietary staff. Must apply m
peison. No phone calls pleaSO.

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NEEDED
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1z ~ I1Rn Medical

RN SUPERVISOR NEEDED
Full time with benefits :~
8 &12 hour shifts available.
Fax resume to
386-364-5 174

Apply in Person at:
Suwannee Heath and Rehab
1620 E. Helivenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32064


04531067
'Part time Front Office Staff.
Medical Manager exp a must,
cardiology exp desired.
plmerc@pmail.com or
386-487-0118, ext 372

CHC LABS is hiring for F/T
Medial abortor. Tchpno gist.

386-758-1791

Hiring for Hygienist and Front
Desk. Front desk is full time
S&must have Dental exp Hygienist
is part time. Office in Live Oak
Fax Resume to 386-755-7024


310 Pets &SupplieS .

FREE KITTENS
386-719-7033
Last one. Make an offer. Golden
I.retriever/German ~Shepard. Female.
Born 12/31. Looks like Shepard.
First $50 obe. 386-963-1211
PUBLISHER'S NOTE.
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
and-cats bemng sold to be at least 8
week's old and have a healtl1'
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
.have mandatory shots and are
free fom int stina)1 an eoxter 1

life must be licensed by Florida
Fish and Wildlife. If you are
unsure, contact the local
office for information.
PUBLISHER'S. NOTE
Florida Law 828'.29 requires dogs
and cats being sold to be at least 8
Weeks old and have a health
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting'they
have mandatory shots and are
free from intestinal and external
parasites. Mariy species of wild-
life must be licensed by Florida
Fish In Widifet dfyo are .


SHIH TZU puppies. Health certs
& papers. Parti colored small & .
beautiful. Males or females availa-
ble. $350. 752-4890


408 Farniture
LARGE DRESSER w/big nice
Mirror (dark~ wood)
$100.00 OBO
386-754-9295 or 984-0387 -
MOVING SALE Beautiful furni-
ture, living room, dining room, en-
tertainment center sofa, cocktail,
end tables. 386-497-3179
TV STAND/STORAGE
cabinet w/glass doors
Black. $40.00. '
3861754-9287


411 Machinery &
RADIAL ARM Saw.
Commercial Grade, Craftsman,
Good Condition $1'75.00
386-963-4560

4 Medical ,'
4 2 Supplies
HOSPITAL BED with rails
$100.00
386-965-5969



413 Merhandise
YamahaoEdlectronic2Keyboard
$75.00 OBO
386-292-1293


420 Wanted to B 7


630- r~~"*oRntoe
1BR all utilities included
'plus cable. Quiet, close location,
furnished. $450. mo +
$150 deposit. 386-397-3568
2 & 3br
Mobile Homes for Rent. $450-
$650. monthly.
(386)752~-6422
2 br/2ba on US 90 West. Lg lot,
quiet neighborhood. $385 mo.
Also: 2 br/1 ba, Receixtly
remodeled on 10 ac., 11 mi S on
Branford Hwy $400 mo.
Call 386-454-7724
No pets. 1st, last, & sec. deposit.
2br/2ba units. Rent incl water &
trash pick up. Convenient location
1/2 mi. east of downtown Lake
City. 386-623-7547 /386-984-8448
3br/2ba w/appliances in Branford
area, w/quiet, country setting.
$500 sec. & $675/mo.
386-590-0642 or 867-1833
4BR/2BA. DWMH,
CHA Clean, No pets,
$650/mo.O'Brien
(Near Branford) Call 935-0268

2br lbas fo 4 3r27ba's


Mobile Homnets)
2&3 BR
$350-$575 Monthly.
Call 386-755-5488
Mobile Homes for rent in
White Springs. 2 and
3 bedrooms. Contact
386-867-2337 or 397-1522
SWMH. on 6 ac. 7 miles south of
Live Oak off 129. 3br/2ba.
Seperate garage w/storage.
$500mo. $500 sec. 386-209-0399

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04530571
Only $500-$1000 Down,
With Your Land!
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HOME CENTERS
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HOME CENTERS

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City, Florida. 386-752-775 1
or 1-800-355-9385

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~White Springs area.
$169,995.00
PRESTIGE;
HOME CENTERS

3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City, Fl. 386-752-7751
or 1-800-355-9385

3BR/2BA
fireplacee & AC. Like new. Must
be moved. $15,000 FIRM.
38<6-266-0086 for more info.


401 Antiques

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


402 Appliances
Kenmore Refrigerator
sid~e5 .side a~pprox
(305 797-8609 cell
LARGE WHIRLPOOL portable
Dishwasher. Hooks up to smnk.
$75.00 obo-
386-755-4902


404 Baby ItemS

SAFETY 1ST monitor for nursery
or sickroom includes transmitter &
receiver $10.00 call Sandi
386-965-4911

408 FUTniture

2 Beige/Taupe LazyBoy
Reclm es. 80.00


BEDSIDE TABLE/CHEST
white with 2 drawers 211/2" H x .
24" w x 15"D $15.00 Sandi
386-965-4911

FORoS hE 6' Lo75e0Seat.
386-292-1620

FOR SALE 8' Couch.
Good Condition. '
$100.00
386-2'92-1620
FULL SIZE bed (dark wood)
headboard, footboard, frame &
386-7m -9s5 orb 940387
FULL SIZE oak frame Futon.
Makes out into a bed or couch.
Almost new. $100.00
386-965-5969


29 Serious people wanted to wo rk
from home with a computer.
$500-$1500/m PT/FT Free info! '
www.income2profits.com
Administrative Assistant for
Electrical Contractor needed for
office work in Lake City. .
Fax resume to 386-752-3737
Engineering Tech. Construction
Material- Testing w/top GEO Tech
firm. ACI Cert., dependable, clean

SG6- 5-82 orapl i prso
366 SWJ Knox St., Ste. 103.
ESTIMATOR NEEDED
specializing in site work' &
underground utilities. At least 2
yrs. construction exp. needed &
familiarity w/estimating software.
Email resume to:
curtsconstlo@ windstream.net.
or fax to 386-364-2802


LPN or RN needed;P/T
3PM-11PM Lake City Cluster
ICF for Developmentally
Disabled Persons .
673 NW Cluster Drive
386-755-6104 '
EEO/M/F/D/V .

Medical Billing Clerk
2 Years experience required.
Knowledge of Medical Manager
helpful. Fax Resume to
386-758-5987

REGISTERED NURSE
The Health Center of Lake City
has an oening for an RN 7a-7
with god assessment skills
Excellent salary and
EEflex ability s u ul place
Apply in person or send iesume to
The Health Center, 560 S.W.
McFarlane Ave.
Lake. City, FL 32025




Watt ea sCNAa Dn' wan c
of Gainesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam Prep classes.
Day/Eve classes. Class for 1 week,
certification test the next week.
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310 Pets &SupplieS


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

440 Miscenlaneous

BREATHAL R DRS boot
type size 8-9 like new list $139
sell $75. 386 497 3179
Buy*Sell*New*Used Items
Want to Sell something that you
don't need? Want to-buy some-
thing at a great deal? Log onto
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ELECTRIC POWER Pole
Has equipment attached. "
$150 obo. 386-755-4573
for more info,
Motor Home lounge chair.
condition Fit os r ped s 1.
$50.00 386-755-1922
OLD NEWSPAPERS collection
good condition 50 years history
1960,70,80,90 in plastic covers
$100.00 386-344-4987
TV or Radio Antenna 70 ft. high.
Tri-pod, galvanized w/power rota-
tion control. Seller will help buyer
disassemble. $150. 386-963-4560



36 INCH steel door w/2-12 inch
side panels w/glass panes
excellentt cnitin tr 10 .


630 byOjfor Rent
14x55 MH, 2Br/1Ba Like New!
CH/A, Good Location!
$495/Mo. + $400 Dep. NO PETS.
(386)755-0064 or(904)771-5924


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I had a 15 year, three pack a day
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Farm Help Wanted
DRUG FREE \
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GROWING SALON
needs experienced Stylist.
386-292-6748

Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$TOO0 per day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge retail &
dining establishments. Experience
NOT req'd. Calll- 888-697-6576.
04530565
LEGAL/LAW
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and benefits, 30 days
vacaion/yr, No exp ne~eded.
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Office Help Wanted KndwNledge ~
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FTP. DNS Web Design, Payroll,
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386i-362-2265 McAlpin area-


Services

Houts ee ig.s t0 yer ep
Detail Work!!! CALL ME' s
386-755-6369 or 209-0435'


Land ServiceS

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


04s530sss
CHOCOLATE LAB PUPPY
Avail. Now. REDUCED $250
A/K/C & Health Certificate.
Call: (386)752-2276

4 Walker Deer Hounds,
all males $50.00 each.
Call (86)9 68-7r1 3 or

CKC CHIHUAHUA puppy, 10
weeks old male, all shots, puppy
pen & more. $250.
386-719-5564


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805 Lots for Sale
law. Our readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ble on an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
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impaired is 1-800-927-9275.


810 Home for Sale

o 0soBu oith Aplaces bu

www.dugardconstruction.com
or call 904-259-5008

O 2Bla7 r coourlet
15 yrs @8% Listings
800-366-9783 ext 9478
BANK FORECLOSURE!
S6 Br 3ba! Only $27,900!
Mut6Se frelxstt 9s

NOW is the time to purchase
that New home located in Lake
Jeffrey area. This 3/2 brick on
1/2 ac w/lots of extras await your
review. Only $217,000.
386-752-5035 x2510
7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales, Inc. .
REDUCED! Owner Motivated
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage, 2 out
buildings. $164,900 Will consider
any reasonable offer 386-935-4205







8 Farms &

Owner Financed
Half-acre to 10 acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Properties.
386-752-4339 ww~w.1dfl~om


830 rio""n rcal

ICED REDUCED
US 90 1.83 Acre $795,000.
/ 17000 sq. ft. Warehouse
S$2,250. mo.
/' Office/retail 8000 sq ft.
$8.00 sq ft.

T 8u Eag 1 1
Daniel Crapps Agency Realtor


860 Inesmi
PrOperty
INCOME PROPERTY .
3/2 Block,' 5 AC, new carpet, new
paint in & out, extra P/P, septic &
well. Presentfly rented. 877-231-
0080 or 386-754-0800, $125,000
LARGE MOBILE Home Park on
10 acres. Zones for 56 spaces. 50
park owned homes. Call for more
details. 386-397-5281

a2 AutoPrs Partes

5th wheel tailgate for Ford Truck.
Late 80's or 175ly9 s.
386-755-4902



'03 YA1VAHA Bdarmhe peeler
386-965-8634.
N/A leave message.
2001 DUCATI 900 SS. Must sell,
moving. Asking $5,500 olio. Only
S9K miles. Excellent condition.
Lots of extras. 386-965-6951


940 'Iucks

59 eFOADF10 Extr a.
1 lust See!! Runs Good!!
$3,895 OBO 386-755-5226


950 cars for sale
2003 50th Edition Corvette, load-
ed, gray, GPS, CD, DVD; 2 tops,
must see. .Serious inquiries only.
$28,000 386-755-3670

Acunra Int gra 96d$500!
for listings
800-366-9813 ext A834 i
+ Easy Auto Loans
Bad Credit OK- 99% approval
$500.00 down. Call Ken
352-486-1331or 352-949-9098

Honda 95 Civic $500!
Police Imrnounds f om $500!



952 Mf~s &h l r S
1998 Ford Explorer 2 dr Sport.
Original owner, automatic, runs
good, trans needs reverse, 4.6 liter
V-6 Mu~st sll! $52000. obo.


730 tanu ihe~ent
3BR/1.5BA.
$725MO + Deposit.
In the Country.
386-344-2972
3br/1ba CH/A, utility room, new
appl., fenced yard, screened patio,
-near school, in town, pets ok.
$750.mo, $750. deposit. 755-1754
3BR/2BA House. 2 car garage ,
fenced back yard, washer dryer.
$875 mo. No Pets. 1st, last &
deposit. 386-867-1212

Highs 2BA SW L iuoe taH
386-752-6062

off3 Bo r ,CNu (ea 25),
132 SE Hanover Pl. $900/Mo. +
$900 Dep. No Petus 3o806 38 195

Sbig yard. Dishwasher & stove.
$1,100. mo. Deposit negotiable.
386-758-9397
BdRANFeORD AReEeAr2BR/llB ,
al tlts, water, elcrc incue
m mton8y~ re t. Scr t,8 $0108 r

NEW, 3 BR/2BA, 1,240 SQ Ft.
Custom trim, cabinets, stainless
appliances, well, 1/2 ac, landscap-
ed close to I-75, $1,050/mo, 1st'
last, dep.. 386-623-6066
Next to VA! Large 2br/2ba, CHA,
large kitchen, detached office
/shop, fenced yard. Available June
30, $795. mo. (813)784-6017


640 Moblfe Hom esfo S
FACTORY REBATE
2009 3/2, 1,200 sq. ft., modular
cabinets, crown moulding, many
upgrades. All this for only
$39,900! Includes CHA, skirting,
steps, set-up/deliver.
Call Eric at 386-719-5-560
FHClakecity.com
Pick a floor plan and call Eric to
get a ROCK BOTTOM price.-
386-719-5560
A Land Equity A
Use your land w/equity to buy a


99' 28" x 56", 3/2 with fireplace, a
MUST SEE! at $36,900 Includes:
CCHAl 3krig, teps set-up,
"TRADE IN',
sell9a $9X900 I A 1 es H,
skirting, steps, set-up.
Call Eric at 386-7~19-556-
"WOW"
$220 M daels standdmg2a for
a 3/2. Call Eric before you buy to
SAVE $1,000's (386)719-5560
J$$$ 1ST Time buyers program.
we have several programs to help
1st time buyers 151us government
assistance up to $8000.
Call Eric for Details 386-719-5560
NO MONEY DOWN!
If you own your land. Nothing
down & interest rates as low as
4.75%. ACT FAST to save. Call
Eric at 386-719-5560


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705 RoomsforRent
FURNISHED ROOM with bath,
extras. Microwave, refrigerator,
private en4Tce.

Unfurnished Apt
710 F rR '

$299 MOVES YOU IN
1BR APARTMENT
FREE RENT
386-758-8029
$400 MOVES YOU IN!
2 BRB gH$75w r inlu~ded.
VISA/MC (386) 755-2423



















04530948
$499 Moves you in!!;
FREE RENT
We Help Yoiu Move!!!
200 FREE. ChannelS
NEW 2 BR APTS,


Call. Toad !8-54 00
Windsor A~rms
www.windsorarmsapts.com

1/1 w/ office, New Carpet AC,
great downtown loc. $500/mo.
ref.req. + 1st, last & sec.
386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951
2BR APT.
D wtwnI Lctron,u Cean.
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456
2br,aup fis, convenin lo at n.
No Pets. $550. mo. plus security.
201 SW IKrox St. 386-752-6686
2BR/2BA~ DUPLEX
for Rent.
$800. dep. $800.mo.
386-397-5288
2br/2ba with loft on
4 acres. $650.mo.
Includes water, sewer, & trash
Call Michelle 386-752-9626
A 4BR 3BA HU OME!
5%dn 15yrs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782


RENTAL: 1206 S.W. McFarland
Ave., 3/2 $700 mo., $300 security
:deposit. Available May 1st.

Sell/Rent/Lease to own, newer 3
br,~2 ba home, Turkey Run S/D
Phillips Circle, CR. 252 B, near
Hwy. 90 & I-75. Ready 4/24/09.~
-$1400.mo, +- dep. (386) 755-3670
WOOD FRAME Home 2br/1ba
All appliances. CH/A. 886 NE
-Cherry Lane. $490.mo. & $300
sec. dep. 386-867-0849

740, Homes for Rent.unse
S3BR/2BA Energy~Miser.
Porches, drivers. Close-in.
$900. mo. Neg. terms.
Call Gary Hamilton. 386-758-98Z4

sGrySbT/1HOUcSe, n r hg 20
pets $500 per 930th OBien
(ern Businessd &al9506
I75 Bev ,Office Rentals

04531124
Office/Warehouse
Space for Rent
1000 Sqft, at,$425/Mo. Located
behind Hwy Patrol, on
Arlington Blvd, going toward
middle school. 386-752-6806 '

Office Space for Lease Baya Ave;
900 sq. ft./$600 mo. or 1,800~ sq.
ft./$1,100 mo. incl. basic utilities;
High speed internet & security
ready; Furnished; 386-752-4()72
omfce Space located at Oakhill
Plaza on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
Callo 386-7 -086
. OFFICE SPACE on Lake Desoto
For Rent. $500mo.
Pleas call o d ails

OH ic/ areihouse on r foni
SNorris. 1200+ sq ft. Ample
parking. $650. mo. 386-758-7522.
OFFICES FOR RENT- 2,100 sq.ft.
office setup for medical use with 8
exam rooms, $1,5d0 per month
MLS#69818. Also office with 1,200
sq,ft. for rent, $1,000 per month,
MLS#69817. Both are located in
Live Oak. Call Poole Realty, Inc.,
386-362-4539.


Hev ta~ffc aea
800 Sf. & 1600 Sqft.
SCall for quotes 1-800-342'-0135 .
SPACE AVAILABLE
2000 sq ft. Formerly ~doctors
office on East Baya.
904-579-6645 weekdays.
Weekerids call 386-497-4762
Warehouse /Boat Storage Space
for lease, 100 sq. ft. to 20,000 sq.
ft. avail. Starting at .05 per sq. ft.
386-867-4784

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duplex. Safe, private & secluded.
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Call Michelle 386-752-9626

Furnished Apts.
720 For lent
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$400 security. 386-965-3557
11%r Apt For Rent! Fully
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2br Apartment to Share. $495.
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352-514-2178


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$500..mo.
386-344-2972
Large Deluxe Apts, 2 BR/1.
2 BA, W of 75, Gar, W/D
hokufrom 565 4SD
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Furnished 3br/2.5ba. Stainless
appl., new cabinetry, tile. Short
.term avail. $1,200.mo. incl. water,
5 to sewer, trash & cable 386-755-0753


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1994 Ford Taurus
4DR, V6, AT, PW, cold AC.
Runs great.

$1,800
or trade for PU.
Call
386-438-4408


2003 50th Edition
COrvette 12001 Ducati 900 SS
Loaded, gray, GPS, CD, Must sell, moving. Only 9k
DVD, 2 tops. Serious rnifes in excellent condition.
inquiries only. Lots of extras.
S$28,000 $5,500 OBO
Call Call
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