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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Lake City reporter
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City, Fla
Publication Date: April 24, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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i~daay,April 24, 2009 www~lakecityre porter.com Yol. I35, No. 86 W 75 cents


LoCash Cowboys avolidgre-stage pitters


Fort White students perform

vignettes of Shakespeare plays


PATRICK SCOTTISpciajl ao he Repo~rer

Semninole

gathering
Florida State football coach
Bobby Bowiden putts
Thursday on No. 10 green at
Southern Oaks Country Club
during the Bobby Bowden
Day golf tournament. The
annual Lake City Seminole
Boosters event included a
social. hour and dinner, where
Bowden addressed the
: faithful and friends. See
Sports, Page 18.


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I Suwannee River
l; am: Friday and Saturday,
the Suwannee River Jam Is
featuring top-tier musicians
like Montgomery Gentry,
Gretchen Wdlson, Blake
Shelton and Jamey Johnson
at the Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park, 3076 95th Drive,
Live Oak. Gates open at
3:30 p.m. today. See Page
3A for schedule

I Finally Friday: The
Finally Friday movie this
month will be "Indiana Jones
and the Kingdom of the
Crystal Skull." There will be
1950s theme music before
the movie. Donald Johns
and Starlight Rhythm are
performing. The music starts
at 6:30 p.m. and the movie
begins at dark
S'Kid's Crusade:' A
"Kid's Crusade" is planned

Church. 1543 SW Bobcat ,
Drive, F~ortWhite. There are
prize's, puppets, games.. Bible
Lessons and music planned.
'iAll children are invited.

5i;- Book signing: Artisy
photographer Steven Earl will
be at the Lake City Mail at 10
-:a.m. Saturday to sign copies
I- u hs ew -rS raseed s. k


Co NAC aucon 'he.
thd NAACP has scheduled its
27th Annual Freedom Fund
Luncheon for noon Saturday
at the Richardson Community
SCenter, 255 NE Coach
Anders St. Call 752-6043 or
697-3483.
WBethlehem Lutheran
Chunch: Church, at 182
:Emma Burns Lane, is having
a special celebration at
10:30 a.m. Sunday to herald
its 150th anniversary. The
public is invited to bring a
covered dish and stay for
lunch after the service.


ABNnu MAn ntw waLtal-IL jA Li.ly v p...nrrr
Mayo resident Cory Smith (left), 18, poses with country music star Colt Ford before
the start of the annual Suwannee River Jam Thursday. Smith, who is battling
Osteosarcoma, wished to meet Ford via officials at the Spinit of the Suwannee
Music Park.
at the Spirit of the Suwanlnee Mlusic Suw-annee River Jam.
Park notably First Street Mlusic And Ford~was happy~ to-do
owner Steve Briscroe --were able a"ghingb~erqu ...7,.,, ... ..
to put the niceting together bec e. ----e.",
Ford islin town f'or.the weekend:., .. 0.1. Iic~ie~ 4


Laid-back musicianS
talk about on-stage
intensity that fans love.
SBy TROY ROBERTS
trober tscslakec rtrepor ter. com
LVE AiK~ -

battle jitters
before they
take the stage
M ~~~to perform. Itan mu ii
doesn't seem like Chris Lucas
and Preston Brust the LoCash
Cowboys have that problem.
The N'ashville duo -- whose
musical style represents a blend)
of country and rock 'n' roll
performed Thursday night at
the annual Suwannee River Jam at
the Spirit o~f the Suwa~nnee Music
Park. Prior to takizig the stage, the
r relaxed musicians chatted about
, their fans, their upcoming'album' ~

COWBOYS conrtinuede on 5.4


'i. JASON MATTHEW WALKERLjle Ofy~ Pepole.
The LoCash Cowiboys bdu, Chnis Lucas (left) and Preston Brust, amp
themselves up in their tour bus before performing at the annual Suwannee
River Jam at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park Thursday night. The
Cowboys, whose music cobsists of a marriage of country and rock 'n'- roll,
perform'more than 200 shdws a year in front of thousands of fans.


Thursday night performance.
This is the secotid year that students

.thak sear Ch b rthd ,"ehis celebhr dh
year. During ?008.P members of the
Alligator Comlmunity Theater assumed
the roles of characters from ''Romeo &
Juliet," and roamied the campus during
students' lunches. This year, school difl1-
cials teamed with the ACT to perform
something a little more comnplx.
Under the direction of thle ACT~s Frank
Hubert, students took '~their 'roles in
vigilettesfr-omfive popular plays -"Romeo
& Juliet," "T~he Merchant of Vemce "
"Hamlet," "The Taming of the Shi-ew" and
"A M~idsumnmer Night's Dream."
FORT WHITE continued on iA


JASONr MATTI-EW~ WALKElRit~ weI Fi, Re:.ric,
Dalton ~Graham (left) plays Romeo defending himself against
Paris (Caloeb Regar) during a rehearsal before Fort White's
.in~augur-al ''Theatre Under the' Stars' event Thursday. Students
And members of the Alligator Community Theater starred in
fiv~e vignettes authored~ by William Shakespeare, which was
his 445th birthday.


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A wish comes th~ee


Bu"gary

suspect

ar reSted
Local man was
seen runmlng
k-Ombiusiness.

~By TONY BRITT
thritt@lakeciryre~porter.com

SA Lake' City mart was;
arrested Thluriday moril-
:'ing after local policeof~fi-
cers spotted him running
awjay forom a busiitess which
;was allegedly burglarized:
according to police reports..
Lucas C. Richardlson. 523;
677; NW5 Redding Av-e., wa;rs
arrested 1:5J a.m. Thursday
and has been charged with
tw~o counts of burglary and
resisting arrest without \io-
lence in connection writh the
incident.
According to Lake City
: Police D~epartment reports,'
officers responded to an~.-
alarm at Charleslklonument.
561 Nl?' Hilton Ave'. arid
officer Shea Brown report-
edly saw 'a suspect running
north on Decie Street.
Responding' o-:fficers
checked the building while
Other -offices established a
perimeter. While the perimr-
eter was5 being set up,
Richardson was again seen
running fr-om behind Glean i.
Jones A~ir-Conditioning Repair.
at 561 NW7\ Hilton Av~e.
Lake-' City Police
Department pubhej informa
tion officer Lt.: Joe Mo~ody
-said. officers Browrn, Kevin
Nirdam, Ivan Useche and
OGpl.:Tim Murphy set up the
perimeter,
"They, had' him
(Richardsoin) in custody
within 15 minutess" Moody
said."'E~veryrbody went to
their assigned areas agnd
it worked. They d~id a
magnificent job.,"
Moody said no canine
Itinits wiiere used in, the
search for Richadson..
,Police' reports indicate
Richardson ran into a small,
wooded ~area after officers
established a perimeter and
was later found hiding in
thick brush in the wooded
area.
While' authorities were
questioning Richardson,
reports indicate they were
able to access surveil-'
lance video which' allegedly
BURCLARY c~ontlinued~ oni 3.4


Teeniwith .canc~er
jam~s with country
Star Colt Ford.

By TROY ROBERTS
t rober ts clattecrDrepor ter com
LVE OAK~h-
ome wishes do
come true.
For Cory
Smith, a
S 1y ~a-ol jPMa
resident who is battling
Osteosarcomua a type
of bone cancer -- his
wish was to meet country
music star ColtlF~ord..On :
Thursday, before the start'
of the annual Suwannee
SRiver Jam, he was able to
do just that.
Smith, who said he is ,.
a big fan of Ford, was
able to sit down and chat .
with Ford. Surrounded
by members of his
fam~ily. Smith received a
signed guitar and other
merchandise from Ford.
ITt was a real honor to
1 s 't hm s nieasehe
just talked about hunting,
fishin wi~hat I am goin
Itrough
Because of his age.
Snuth was unable to go
through the M'ake a Wish
:Foundation, but officials


Collaboration within Alligator
COmmunity Theater was
attended by hundreds. .

By TROYt ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter. com
FORT WHITE The students had
studied, memorized their lines' and prac-
ticed their diction and voice range. All
that was left to do was take the stage and
put what they had learned to use. .
Fort White `High School students
did just that Thursday night, 'present-
ing ~five vignettes penned by William
Shakespeare during the first "Theatre
Under the Stars." Hundreds of commu-
.nity members were in attendance for the


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Daily Scripture

"It is written: "'As surely as
I live,' says the Lord,'every
knee will bow before me; every
tongue will confess to God.'"

Romans 14:11


The Lake City Reporter corrects errors of fact in news
items. If youl have a' concern, question or suggestion, please:
call the executive editor. Corrections and clarifications will run
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is 75..
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is 69.
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Barbra Streisand is 67.

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M cor sch e5 O'Keefe is 54.
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Schemel is 42.
M Rock musician Aaron
Comess (Spin Doctors) is 41.
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NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE

Th~e Clry Council of the City of Lake Cityr, Florida proposes to regulate use of land ~within
the area as shown on the map below by amending the City of I ake Land Developmeixit
Regulations, hereinafter referred to as the Land Development Regulations, as follows:
L DR 09- 1, an application by the Planining and Zoning Board, to amend thie text of the Land
SDevelopment Regulations by~ amending Section 2.1 entitled Definitions,; Genersil, to a~d-
definitionss for Sign, Abandoned, Sign, Banner, Sign, Non-conforming~, Sign, Projecting,
Sign,. San~dwi~ch Board, and Sign, Snipe, amending Sect~ion 4.2.20.9, entitled On-site siges
hin Comnercial, Central Business District (C-CBD) zoning district, to alloii the placement
o f sandw\i c h or meniu board signs on the Florida Djepiatment of Transpjortation righit-of-way~
'and to ameild, permit regulations for sjigns, requirements for signage placed on structures,)
requirements for banner sigris, and maintenance and enforcement for signage, and amending
Section. 4.14, entitled (C-CBD) Compmercial, Cen~tral Business District,- to allow outside
seating for restaurants and other businesses, allow on-site outside sales and displays, and
prohibit off-site sales and disp~lays with exceptions.

CITY OF LAKE CmIT


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE

Th Bar of County Commnissioners of Columbia County, Flbriapropses to regulaie
the use of land within the area shown on the- map below, by, aiidending the text of the
Columbiia County Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as the Com prehensi t eP'lan,
as follows: :
CPA 08-2, an application by the Board of County Commiissioners, to amend rhe trext of
the Capital Improvements Element of the Comprehensivie Planby amend~ing' Goal V Ill to
include the ~definitiqn of~financial feasibilityi, amending Objectiver Vlll1. to add fina~nciall
feasible capital improvements budget and schedule of capital un prol emetnts. addmig Pol icy
'.Vlll. 1.4 concerning the.'annual capacity assessment of existing facilities to address a~n
existing or projected deficiencies in adopted level of service standards, amending Qbjective
VIII4 to add inaintaining an annual cipital improvementss budgeting process, amendinig
Policy: VII.4.1 to add financially feasible: capital improvements budget,~ and atmendling.the
Five-Year S~chedille of Capital Intprovements,


Columbia-ct

County


0 5000

~A public hearing conCerning an amendrlljent to consider enactment of the ordinance to adopt~
the amendment will be held on May 4, 2009, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter
can le heard, in the City Council Meeting Rdoom, Cityr Hall located at 205 North Marion:
Avenue, Lake City, Florida.The title of said ordinance reads, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-1184

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAKE CITY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE TEXT OF
THE CITY OF LAKE CITY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, LDR 09-1 BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING% G
BOAiRDj; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING SECTION 2.1 EN'~I'ILED DEFINITIONwS,
GENERAL, TO ADD DEFINITIONS FOiR SIGN, ABANDONED, SIGN,. BANNER,
SIGN, ~NON-CONFORMING, SIGN, PROJECTING, SIGN, SANDWICH BOARD,,
AND -SIGN, SNIPE, AMENDING SECTION 4.2.20.9, ENTITLED ON-SITE SIGNS IN
COMMERCIAL, CENTRAL BiUSINESS DISTRICT (C-CBD) ZONING DISTRICT, TO
ALLOW.THE PLACEMENT OF SANDWICH OR.MENU BOARD SIGNS ON TIE
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION RIGHT-OF-WAY AND TO AMENDj
PERMIT REGULATIONS FOR SIGNS, REQUIREMENTS FOR SIGNAGE PLACED)
ON STRUCTURES, REQUIREMENTS FOR BANNER SIGNS, AND MAINTENANCE'
AND ENFORCEMENT FOR SIGNAGE, AND AMENDING SECTION 4.14, ENTITLED
(C-CBD) COMMEiiRCIAL, CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, TO ALLOW OUTSIDE
SEATING FOR RESTAURANTS AND OTHER BUSINESSES, ALLOW ON-SITE'
OUTSIDE. SALES AND DISPLAYS, AND PROHIBIT OFF-SITE SALES AND1
DISPLAYS WITH EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING SEVERABILITIY; REPEALING ALLC
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested pally:
shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation pf the public hearing shall,
be announced during the public hearing and that no'further notice concerning the matte;
will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be heard with-
respect to the amendment and the ordinance adopting the amendment on the date, time and,
place as referenced above.
Copies of the amendment and the ordinance adopting the amendment are available for
public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk, City Hall located at 205 North Mariori
Avenue, Lake City, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions made at the public
hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need,
to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.


---Incorporated Area
SCounty Boiandary Line

A public hearing .oncerning an amendmenitand to consider.the ordinance adopting the
amendment, will be held on May 7, 2009 at 7:00 p'.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter
cain ~e. heard, in the School Board ,Administraitive Complex located at 372 West Duval:
Street, Lake City, Florida. The amendment was previously noticed for public hearings on
February: l9, 20()9 and .4pri'j2, 2009. T~ietiile of said ordinance reads, as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF.CO1UiMBIA 'COUNjTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE
NO. 9 I-6., THE COL;UMBIA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS AMENDED,
RELATING TO AN AMENDME~ihNT TO THE TEXrT OF THE bOLUMBIA~ COUNTY
C-OMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PURSUAN;T TO AN ~APPLICATIONi, CPA 08-2, BY
TH-E BOARD OF :COUNTY COMMISISIONERS, ~UNDER~,THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED. IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGHG 163.3215,
.FLORIDA STA'nTUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR AM~ENDI;NG THE TEXT
OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMETETTS ELE~MENiT OF THE COMPRE;HENSIVE PLAN
BY AMEINDING .GOAL VHI ITO INCLUDE THE DEFINITIONi OF FINANCIAL
FEASIBLITY, AMENDING .OBJECTIVE: VIII.1 TO- AiDD. FINTANTCIALLY
FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTSS BUDGET AND SCHEDULED OF CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS, ADDING .POLICY VIII.1.4 CONCERNING THE ANNUAL
C~APAcCPITYsSSESSENT OF EXISTING FACILITIES TOADDRESS ANYEXISTING
OR:.PROJECTED DEFICIENCIES ADOPTED LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDAR~iDS,
AMENDING OB~iECTIVE VIII.4 'IO ADD MAINTAINING AN ANNUAL CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS BUDGETING PROCESS, AMENDING POLICY VIII.4.1 TO ADD
'FINANCIALLY FEASIBLE CAPITAL .IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET; PROVIDING
SEVE~RABLITY; REPEALINGALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AN PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party
shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation of the pilblic hearing shall
be announced during:the public hearing and that no further notice concerning the matter
willbe published. ..
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and heard with
respect to the amendment on the date, time and place as referenced above. Copies of the
amendment are available for public inspection at the Office ofthe County Manager, County
Administrative Offices located at 135 Northeast Hernando Avenue, Lake City, Florida,
during regular business hours.
All persons are advise# that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public
hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony ~and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
In .accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation or an interljreter to participate in the proceeding should contact Lisa K.
B.- Roberts, at least seven (7) days prior to the date of the hearing. Ms. Roberts may be
contacted by telephone at (386)758-1005 ,or by Telecommunication Device for Deaf at
(386)758-2139.


LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL & STATE FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2009


Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424


Continued From Pa~ge 1A
"My thing is, I really
am a man of the people,"
Ford said. "That really is
who I am. For something
like that, for me to be
involved in something like
that, I feel it an honor and
I feel it makes me a better
person ~and it's such a
great gift. I'm just amazed
that someone would like to
meet me." a
Ford, whose eclectic
music style~ combines
a number of different
genres, notably country
and rap, said this isn't his
first time being taking '
part in a similar event.
He said he'd met some
people in hiospitals.and
performed in benefit
concert for a
9-year-old boy who had
lost an arm mn an accident.
"I think this is
) something you should do
Every chance you get,"
'Ford said. .
Smith is expected to be
in the crowd when Ford
takes the stage Saturday


suwannee River Jam artist
schedule for this weekend

Mai Stage
M Friday gates open at 3:30 p.m.
Davd Coler 5 6:p.m.
Blake Shelton 8:15 p.m.
Gretchen Wilson 10:30 p.mn.
SSaturday gates open 1 p.m.
Johnny Bulford 4:45 p.m.
Cl eFyord hs 65 p.8 .m.
Montgomery Gentry 10:30 p.m.
,First Stmeet
Music Stage.
M Friday gates open 1 p.m.
Silverado 3.55 p.m.
Chelsea Dienickx 4:25 p.m.
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Johnny Bulford 9:30 p.m.
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Robin Kinsey 4 p.m.
Amy Maree 5;30 p.m.
Williams & Merz 7:30 p.m.
Drs Caaian Rawemd -
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Running Down Romance
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.JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
In addition to spending some time with country singer Colt Ford, Cory Smith received an
autographed .electric guitar and. other merchandise.


Though his style may
'be different, Ford said his
. inrusic is country, through
and through.
"Ir tell anybody who
thinks it ain't, come out
to one of my shows and


lookc around,'" Ford saidl.
"I call it country ~talking,
some people call it rap,
.and people are gomng to
c~all it what they will, but
don't sayr it ain't country,
because it is."


at 6:15 p.m., but he
said audience members
shouldn't be surprised if
he makes appearances
during other artists' sets,
most notably Montgomery
Gentry's headlining act.


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will continue on a national and
local level. Additional events
will be organized, whether by
me or some other concerned
SAmeri~can Citizen.
The 9-12 Proje~ct will conliflue
to gather and support local
citizens who believe in~lmerica
and its ideals Americans
wrho desire to retain what our
founding fathers have provided
for us anid for what countless
Americans have died: The right
to live free.
SThe concept of, "We surround I
them" will not go away. It is
time ~that all people of America
stand up and let their voices
be heard. I am Taxed Enough
Already! Iam concerned, as
a nation, that my hard-earned
tax dollars~are being spent~in ;
a manner that is not good for
Ameriica or her citizens.
Lamii concerned that we, as a
people, are not being heard. I
am not a right-wing extremist
carrying political propaganda
(the U.S. Constitution). I am an
American.
If you are interested mn being
a part of this active movement
by concerned North Florida
residents and you are not happy
With the direction that our
government is taking with your
hard-earned tax dollars, please
visit wrow.the912project.com .
or contact Tawnya Means at
ismeans~gmail.com or Sharan
Higg-ins at shiggins~winzdstream.
com. It starts at home!
Thank you for this
opportunity to speak
uncensored!
'Judi Lowrey.
Lake City TE.A. Party
organizer


ith the Nationral .
T.E.A. Party
Day event ~of
April 15, over,
the qu~estioq
begs to be asked, "Did we, i
as organuizers, ?supporters,
American citizens, patriots,
liberals, conservatives,
Democrats (and yes there
were several in attendance).,
Republicans, Libjertarians or just
Slain old byistandlers have the
rightlto be there, or were wje
just the "whining compl~ainers
speaking. to :the. 'Fisg-untled
citizens?"
Here are my thoughts.
The right to assemble allows
people to ~gather for peaceful
anci lawful purposes. linplicit
within this right -is the right to
association and belief.. Freedom
of assembly,~ sometimes used
;"intelcit~geably with the
'feedo~m of association, is -
the individual right to come ~
together with other individuals
and collectively 'express,
Spromo~te, .pursue and defend
Sco'mmozi inter-ests. The right '
to freedom of association is
recognized as a human right,
;.:a political freedom and a civil
liber ty.
Now,. with all that being said,
~:let me ibvie you an idea of what
the. National T.E.A. Paity is
about. T.E.A. is ail apronymi for
Taxed Enough Already. It is not
about left, or right, Demnocrats or
l republicans. It is not about who
is president~ It is about taxes!
SNo more ... no less!
.' am a conservative
Christian. Up until recently,
I only exercised my political
opinion with my vote. Yes, I

.LETTERS TO

I.0ss of Gateway City
Band will hurt city
To, the Edito r.-
It became~ apparent~to me .
today that not eireryone in~ town
knows ~what happened. Do you
Know what happeried?. I did not
think so. .
The Gateway City Big Band,
a Lake City jewel, run by our

sner giig t perr ntlAke
City Community College once
.this season is over.
On top of that, all the.
cultivated, talented musicians
our elementary and high
schools have produced no
longer ha~e. a music program at
the local College.
The music is gone and the
Big Band is gone. .
Did you knowv?
How did this happen?
Where will the Big Band go?
At time when we are trying
to get tourism to flourish and
at a time when we are trying
to keep o~r youth in town and
interested in staying mn Lake
City, we cut a good thing off.
How do we keep Lake' City
young?
How can we allow our talent to
go to other places for cultural the
advancement we have had here?
I am glad to be a parent of a
fine young musician and a visual
artist, both ~from our Columbia


am republican and I felt that
my party did not represent me
adequately. I also believe that ~
this is not a political issue, it~is
an American Issue.
: While not my choice, the
president of the United States
of Anerica deserves respect for
the position that he holds.
The theme for the Lake
City TIE.A.i Party was one
~ of bi-partisanship. I did not
discourage "freedom pf speech,"
yet I, as one of the organizers,
made it clear that this event
was aboutt the over-taxation
and over-the-top spending of
our tax dollars by ~all elected
officials, not who is president
I discouraged any political
signagee that pointed negatively
to any individual.
This event was aboutpaxation
and the reckless spending
of hard-earnedl American tax
pjayers' dollars by all elected
officials, no matter the political
affiliation.
The T.E.A. Parties nationwide
were peaceful events, with
an occasional."main-stream i .
reporter" expressing their
opinion, rather thaxn just '
reporting the news, causing
occasional dist option and
discord!
The National T.E.A. Party

T.H E E'DI TO R


His love has been felt for years
in my own family and we are all
better for having known him.
He will be missed tremendously
but never forgotten as he has
left his mark on Lake' City in
such a positive way.
I will cherish my memories of
him forever, as will my family.
Pamela Parks
Lake City

Integrity aplenty
at lOcal post office
To the Editor:
Concerning a column
April 22 ("Good deeds trump
good intentionss', I am the
supervisor at the Lake City
Post Office. David Cannon was
the employee who was looking
for the envelope for (Greg)
Beckman. He then told Randy
Acklin, who called Jacksonville.
Jacksonville then called me
the next day and sent it back to
me in a conidentiality envelope.
This is hoiv the process is
supposed to work and it worked
out great, thanks to I;avid and
Randy.
I am very happy Beckman
received his cash back. Overall
at Lake City Post Office I think
all rural carriers, city carriers or
clerks possess a high degree of
integrity and I am proud to have
them as part of my team.
Ted Wooley


County Schools. I know our son
would have been lie~re two more
years, and under the instruction
of Harry Wuest .He could not
get a better mentor/instructor
anywhere on earth. We had that
here. "Had" being the operative
word
SI am just one parent, -one
citizen, one appreciator;
It saddens me to see these
things evaporate wlith no way to

dxres ed sire t keae ih t is
lost now.
Rose E. Grier
Fort White

MOUrning lOSS
Of John Shoemaker
To the Editor:
Saturday, April l8, was truly a
day of loss for Columbia County,
when John Shoemaker passed
away. He was not only a caring
and dedicated father, husband,
and leader in the community,
but a wonderful friend who
always had time to help no
matter what the need.
His love for children led
him to volunteer countless
hours with our youth, whether
sharing his expertise on history
at the Historical Museum or
auctioning cakes for the Girl
Scouts or helping with the many
activities geared toward the
youth that are put on downtown.


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and the on-stage intensity U
that fans love.
Their Thursday night
performance represented
the fourth time the duo
has performed at the Jam,
an event they look for ward
to annually..
"There are great people
here," Lucas said. "Just
great, down-to-earth
people."
Lucas and Brust
met seven years ago in
Nashville and almost
immediately began
collaboratinlg. They took
their show on the road in
2005, where they began
with festivals, fairs and
small bars. They relate
That part of their careers to
a college education.
Now, performing more
Than 200 annual shows
in front of thousands of ,
fans and preparing a new
album for release later
this summer, the twio say
they've moved onto their,
graduate work.
"LWe're just seeing pieces
of it blow up," Lucas said.
"Where we used to play
for 30 people, now wue're
playing for ~thousands."
And ~they welco~ine
the newfound~popularity.
Luca sd th CSSa y enjOf
Being recognized in the
mall and don't mind
stopping briefly to chat
or~sign an autograph,
even if sometimes they
forget their own stardom.
They partly credit their
performance on New
Year's Eve oni the Fox
Netwovbrk with the boost
in popularity, but~it's their
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The high-energy performers strive to keep their audiences entertained from beginning to end.
'It's something we've worked on for years,' Lucas said..'It's all about entertainment and if you
.don't let the crowd see that you're the same as them, they won't respect you. We just want to
bring them into the party, and without them, Chrisland Preston are nothing.'


SLoCash for the rest of
.our lives. It~s not an easy
thing, and this is our first
chance to say 'hello' to
everybody."
Of course, before their
stepped onto the stage ~
Th ursd ay night, what they
would play wasi anyone'S
guess including their
own. -
"~We don't use a set list,"
Brust said. "Nothmng is
ever plan~ned. We'll havq an
old woman crawll onto the
stage ivith us and people
say it was planned, and
we won't even know who
the wonian is. Sometimes
peoile,just feel meclined to
be a part of the moment'
and,that then becomes a
memory for them."


''We're not just wvorkin~g on a:new
album, we're crafting LoCash for
the rest of our lives. It's not an :easy
Thing, and this is our first chance to
say 'hello' to everybody."
rson Bru t,
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incorporate new material
into the sets, soinething
they did Thuirsday~ night,
and since they don't
believe in re~heat-sals, th~is
is the time they.ban fine-
tune songs beoforethey
head backi to thk recording g~
studio at the enid orf their
current two~-week tour.
"We're~ not just working .
Son a new album," Brust
said, "we're crafting


after night.
"Its'ssomething we've
worked on for years,"
Lucas said. "It's all about
entertainment and if you
.don't let the crowd see that
you're the same as them,
they won't r~espe~ct you. We
just want to bring them
into the party;, anidwithout
them, Chris and Preston
ar-e nothing.'"
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Students began rehears-
ing following their' audi-
tions in February, and stage
manager Jonathan Morriss
said they had come a long
way since then.
"One of the things the
students had to learn is
that this ~isn't in English,"
Morriss said. "We- had to
stress to them to look at
the words, figur-e out what
you're saying and then
know- how to say it. I'm
impressed "by how much
the students have commit- .
ted to memory."
The studerits were quick
to.deflect the praiise, instead
applauding the guiidance
they've been givei.
."We're the actors, and
most of the time, the actors
get all of the creditt" said
James Turnbull, who por-
trayed Petruchio in "rThe
Taming of the Shrew." "But ~
there were so triany teach-
ei-s who sacrificed to make
this happen. T~he actors
mayr ge't the credit, but it's
the teaches who make the :
actors."
Tiffany Joseph, wheni or-
trayed Portia mi 'Merchant `
of- Venice," said students
enjoyed the production
.because it allows them to
put to practice wh~at they're
learning.
**We're about to learn
about .drama, perform it
and~ learn -from our- mis-
.takies," Whe said; '


CARC. held its Bowl-A-
SThon Celebration Tuesday
Night and raised .$8,970 at
its 16th Annual Bowl-A.
Thon for local citizens with
~disabilities,
The 28 participat-
ing teams included local
Businesses, friends,. arid
~citizens with disabilities.
.The top three fundraising
teams were: Carolyn Baker,
Cole Optirollers of Cole
Optics, and North Florida
Pharmacy.
Individual bowlers com-
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seven grand prizes provid-
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'Gems ;& Things, Furniture
: Showplace, Ward's Jewelry
S& Gifts, Wal-Mart,~ Winn-
SDixie, andl Mary Kay pro-


Hundreds of
community
members
and
students
watched as
Fort White
Hig Sch Il
student
Tiffany
Diedeman
portrays
Hamlette
in the
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were. Cindy Creel, Lorraine
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While many of the stu-
dents .took part in the
Halloween production,
which saw them perform
.in a number of fairy ~tales,
the Shakespeare vignettes
were more complex and
'involved
-"Las't year, -I played a
role that was kind of silly,"
'said Aryana Hantz, who
portrayed Bianca in "The
Taming of the Shrewi."
"But nowl I'm in a lot more
emotional of a role. I have
to cry now. I have to speak
another language.


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'the PurlilS Heart ~I
during the
SKorean War. He
~~retiredfrombake
~ City Commiunity **
SCollege in 1998 .
and was a member of the Sp
of Christ ~Lutheran Church
Lake City. Mr. .Ostendorf w
preceded in death by his parer
his brother Harold Ostendorfas
two sisters, Helen Paiselyi a
Rita Beam. He is survived by
'loving. wife, Sonya Ostende
Lake .City, four~ sons, Jam
Ostendorf (Sherry), Savan:
'Ill,, Larry Ostendorf (Ter:
Lake City, Thomas Ostende
Jack~sonville and Garry Ostend
S(Kay), Lake City, two daug~htt
SCarol Scott (Frank), Live OC
'and Linda Williams (Ray), Lt
City. Thirteen grandchildren a
Five great grandchildren a
~survive. Funeral services
Mr. Ostendorf will be conduc
on Saturday, April 25,. 2009
111:00 arit at the Chapel of Gue


Funeral Home with Pastor Dav
Winter officaiting. P ere

68Baptist Cemetery in Providenc
68Visitaidzi with~ the family wi
Irl be frota10:00.am on Saturds
by.until service t m. Atahgerne
QUERRY~ FUNERA
H~OME, "659 S)V MaIn Blvd
Lake Cltr 386-752-241

Sara Lillign Raulerson
seSaucer
r 7 Sara Lillian Raulerson Satice
Lnd a~ge 75, went. to be with hl
ren Lord on April 22, 2009: after as
nd, ektended ilhiess. She lived :
ID. Jacksonvilla, F
aulmt fe wher
urn e toe 5
8.. Public Schools
en e e nut
in after -serving for thirty year
ing She is a believer in Christ an
lnd was a charter memnber of We
she Meladow s Baptist Churcl
r' `Sara was an active membl
ren of he Repu~blican` Women
ife 'lub? of Dilval Federated' a
lie. currends served on the board
ieCorresponding Secretarv Sl
ara lo\ed her Repubrlicasn Part an
ID ,, f itl hr Famsl andheriend
en" !o d her. W'hen Sars could


f" --prs an ordv~ither friends (

n~a .She was called the "'Florenr
ted ~ Nightingale" of ~the family Sa
o0 also enen vs\elangr ie rh

;he i~la 2 1 hn Glen h ligh Scho
ihe state basketball play er and tl
'ics former Rijs hlacclenny. She
Sin preceded in death b) her husbari
at of man~ \ ears: CI\ de Sarucer,.JI
,nd her sisters: Lorene Stokes, Op
an ;Taylor. and M_1ricre King; an
ok' her brothers: Hubert Raiulerso
nts- Jamies Raulerson, T.J. Raulerso
ihe; and \'iolice Raulerron. Fammi
las members include her sistl
gs- Gedone` Raulerson (Ch~ucl
ing Prachiar; her son~:Larry (Jermnife
; S ucr;Eh r da gdhters aE
lily Saucer Cole; her grandchildren
ay Matthew Earnest, Jaclyn Earne
ife .Cale Saticer, kohri:aucer,Jod
ng. Herrin, and MCichael Cole; h
ny.~ greai grandchildren- Zachau
on Herrin, Cole Herrin, arid Car:
ols. Herrin; and numerous niece
"S and nephews. Funeral service
a virill.be hield on Satur'da~y, Apt
Ita; 25,~ 2009 at 3 pm in the We
n"s Meadows Baptist Church` wi
of .Pastor John: A. Raulerson 'an
mel Berriie Armastrong officiatin
;46 Interment will follow in Brand
1 .Branch Cemetery. The fami:
will'receive friends. on Frida
from 6-8 pm in the funeral hom
ud the c e ad dreemti oa



H 0 ra~nrls ? vices. c

Mrs. Pearlie Mae Sirinmon
Mrs. .Pearlie Mlae Simmon
passed away on Thur., Apr
16, 2009 at a Tampa hospits
Homegoing will
be held. on Sat.
~April 25, at 2pm
;Sfrom Greater
'-Hope Missionary
irit Baptist Church
in 2628 East 27th
vas Ave., Rev.
nts, Dr. W. J. Haynes, Pastor, Re
nd Tim J. Kemp,~ Pastor of Peat
nd' Progressive Baptist Churc:
his 'Officiating. Interment wi
orfollow in Rest Haven Memori
es, Park Cemete'ry. Mrs. Pearlie IVI;
nSimmons was born on Nov.
ii,1936 mn Indian Town, Fl. Sl
orf 'resided.in Lake City,.Fl. an
orf Chicago,.IL before inoving
elTampa, FI in 1955. Mrs. Simmol
)ak leaves behind her 10 sons LeVo
ake Simmons, T~ommy Simmon
~nd Charles Siri~mons, Earne
lso Simmons III, Tyrone Lindse
for Kim Stacey Liirdsey, Marv
ted Lindsey, Willie Lindsey, Anthor
at Lindsey and Darryl .Lindse
rry 36 grandchildren, Denatalie I


id SacajawecaM., PrincqE, Princess
et8 Smo s, rTa jahnikar Rc,
e. J'amiah, Jah'jierh E., Makdesh
ill M., Pearlje M., Ma'Riah ~M.,
ay Kelvin, Eljay, Latoya; Marcus,
ts Maurice, Jasmine, Justin k n
L Darnisha, Recha, Shelia, Trevia,
i., 'Brian, Rose,; Mark, Gabriel,
.4 Michael B. Kjzzy, Charlie- and
Kmberlydodneu Aitrnumuntsa
Miami, Fl:;,Rose Marie Wilcox,
Stacey & Philip Wilcorx. Tro
Great Granldchildren;~ Danie~lle
r, n ,t~uiza Me to e i
er Callahan, .FL, a host of cousins
n" among whom' are Betty Parish,
in Sherlane Parish, Janice~ Parlsh.-
Jeroinie Parish, Lillian and.
Ta rs;ang tl Ta Lnd Theoobr
Toi oGrimfn, orjd Densen
Drayona, Denson, Lake City,
Fl, a host of other relatives .
s. ong w a'are seono a
Id family, a host of other relatives
st among whom are There~se James
h. .add family, Aimee indsey, Toni
er Robilisoil, Sandra ge'bosa, ligil
's Dennis, the Holiday flimily, the
id fathers of her sons Willie B.
SLindsey and Leroy Simmons,
hand host of other,relatives and
id friends. The viewing for Mrs.
s Srnonis will bhed on F iay
LL at E~verett-Derr & Anderson



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I Grace M ci~eal waters .
he ~irs. Grace MlcNeal Waters,
is 98, of Lake Cirs died .late
id Wednesday\ etening. Aprril ?2.
r;2009). inl the Hale~n Hosp~ice of
al. the Suwanunee VaIesl~ following
Id an illness of several .months. A
n, .native o~fthe Taylorville area of
ftSuwannee County Mrs. Waters
l\ was the. daughter af .the 'late
er Samiuel & Ida Taylor Tills.
k)Mrs. Waters lived is both the
r)'~ Tamipa and Miami areas prior to
o. CUti~ th 1in40is .1M sa
n: Waters worked for inany years
sas a dietician with the Columbia
ieCoun~ty School 'System ~priot,
er to retiring. She then put her
rydietary knowledge to work with
ly the Columbia County Council
eson Aging and the Tanglewood
es rsn H~ome for iveia Id
ril .'ers7 e .obe icue
:st crossword puzzles, embroidery,
th. crocheting, board games and
Id spending time with her family.i
g.Mrs. ~Waters was also very well
known as a talented seamstress
ly and was a member of the
y Eastside Baptist Church. Mrsy
eWaters is survived by a son,
mL, orid eeMcNeal da g ne

V.h ,f ae Flrd;toduhes


alsodoch )~ee Cinty, Florida Ten
and great-great-granldchildren
salso survive. Funeral services for
Mrs. WNaters will be conducted'
s, at. 11:00 ~A.19., ~Saturday,
il April 25, 2009 in the 'chapel *
a.of the Dees-Parrish Fant~ily
Funeral Home with Rev. Hugh
Dampier officiating. Interment'
will follow mn the Mt. Beulah
Baptist -Church Cemetery in
Wellborn, Florida. The family
will receive friends in the chapel
i of the funeral home from 6-
8:00 Friday evening. In lieu of
v. flowers (as per' Mrs. Waters'
ce directions) the family' requests
h, that memorial donations be
ill made to the Eastside Bap~tist
al Church, P.O. Box 10, Lake City,
ae Florida 32056. Arrangements
4, are under the direction of the
he DEES- PARRISH FAMILY
Id FUNERAL HOME, 458
to South Marion Avenue,
ns Lak eCity, Florida .32025
,n (386)752-1234. Please sign the
s, family guest book at ww~w.
st parrishfamilyfimeralhome. com.
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Growin g

Sold-with

Bowden
T~~he thought~oibna
hung in the
air throughout.
the Bobby .

banquet, a question
nobodyd~ wanted to ask.
Towarvd the end of his
speech Bowden said,
"Good Lord willing, ~I'll
see you next year "''
pr nsT) orn 1t sthe

j :recent booster trip to
Atlanta. He said the ~
crowd was huge an~d
almost everybody elected
to get their picture taken
with him.
"I haire a feelinigyou
think I'nri about to die
and this is your last
chance ~to get a picture
Madee" Bowden' said he
told the Atlan~ta atidience.
Bowden's tenrh may:
have bjeen a Freudian slip.
Florida State is
somewh-lere in the midst
oft ai contracts thlat wlill pa~ss
..the hi~ad coaching torch
from Bowvden to Jimbo
::Fisher. The big fear for all
f: ans is if Bow~den --who
;has. been the face of thle
Seminoles since 1976 i
--sees the change as
tantamount to death,
Bow~den, whos
booster tour hlad taken
hily to Jacksonville,:
Pensacola, Panama' City '
and Atlanta ini the week
before coming to Lake
City on Thursday,. wcas
fighting a cold. He said
the sunshine today did
him a world of good.
Visiting Lake City
seemed to be a boost tor
Bowden, much~as ithas
been for the 34 trips he
said he .has made here. i
Wh~eni Bow~rden was hired .
at Flojrida State', Lake
City boosters invited
him to a cookout and it
is acknowledged that '
the event wats the first of
Fvbat is now the annual
Bobby~ Bow~den Day tour.
Bowden may have
`missed one year, but
returited to the place
where he can crack jokes
about' the saine people
who have supported
FSU for years. Bowvden's

"himoft the s of
the Lake City faithful.
Iti hs or :Mr" fo
what Bow dn has meant
to Florida State football.
They' are the ~ones that
remember the depths of
the early 1970s and they
are the ones that believe
Bowden has earned the
right to stay as long as
he wants.
Bowden wvas asked
about Fisher and praised
him: "He is highly
intelligent; he really
knows football; he will be
very demanding; he will
do a great job; he will be
a good one."
Bowden was angry
.when finally forced to
serve up his son, Jeff, to
the cries for change. He
doesn't deserve going
down the same path.
STim Kirby covers sports
for the Lake City Reporter.


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Behind the plate, as Fort
White had 14 hits and the
Tigers managed 10 hits.
Levi Hatche'r had three
hits, two runs and an RBI
to lead Fort White. Alex
.Gilmer, George Demko,
JTustin Kortessis and Tyler
Sherrod each ~had two
hits. Alatt Hatche'r had one
doublel) and an RBLI
"Wet swung it well, and I
hope w~e can carry it over
into districts,"l Bonds said.
C'olumbia's Blake King:
.edl w~ith thepbat, pro~ducing
-three hits, three RBIs and:
tw'o runs.
Zach Espenship was the
onl!y other multiple hitter
going 2-for-3~ behidid the
plate with an RBI, -a run
and a stolen base.
Jacob Tillotson, -Daniel
Guzman, Cameron Sweat,
and Brandon Scott each
had singles.
Blackwell had an RBI off
of a sacrifice fly and Corey
Warller walked 'once.
"W~e .played well,"
Bennett said. "I'd like to
see us play with a little
moure focus.' Anytime we
w\in, we'll take it.
"W~e 11ad a good game
against Suwannee to close
it out at home on Tuesday,
and another bigwin ~gtongt
I hope it carries over into
the playoffss"
Fort White moves to 15-5
.(7-3, district)on the season,
while Columbia' finishe~s at
17-8 (10-2, district).
Correction: FortWhite's
Kayla Williams stole home
in the I ady Indians' District
53A, loss to P.K. Yonge
School. The Lady .Indians
fell 3-2 in the district semifi-
nal game on Wednesday.


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Fort White High first; baseman MIatt Hatcher (9) records an
out at first base in a game played earlier this season.


Codey Blackwell closed
out the final three' innings
for the Tigers. Blackwell
allowed two earned rouns,
stuck out four batters and
walked two.
Each team was hot


'"The team has a lot of
confidence in him,
and he's been good all
year.
."He's a blue collar guy
who works his behind off,
an~d he wants thie ball."


COURTESY PHOTO


Columbia High's 4x800 meter relay team of Brandon Scott (from left), Shayne Foote, Jason
Harrison and Seth Pe!terson opened Thursday's District 3-3A meet with a win in the time of
8:15.90. The victory spurred Columbia's boys to a second-place finish in the meet at Percy
Beal'd Track at the University of Florida.


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From staff reports .

It was a successful night
for teams in Columbia
County as the Fort White
High Indians and Columbia
High Tigers' each came
away wit~hroad victories on
Thursday.
Fort White picked up a
10-0 win against Hangilton
County High, while, the
Tigers extracted sobe
revenge of an. earlier sea.
.son loss io the other Tigers
in an 8-4 win.
Branden Sharpel got a
complete-game victory for
the Indians as he pitched
seven innings of shutout
Ball.
Sharpe struck out three
batters, walked twio and
.allowed three hits.
"I thought he pitched a
'great game," ,Fort W~hite
;coach Chad .Bonds said.
"Anytime you can go seven
innings with ,a shutout,
you've done your job.
"In the third. inning, he
.was able to get his cure
ball over, and had them
in' kndts from then out.
His pick' off mov'e is an
equalizer when teams try
to rally."
Columbia's Zack Dicks
picked. up his seventh win
'of~ the season after .gomng
four innings.
Dicks allowed twvo hits,
struck out four and walked
fbur. ~
"H-e s been our work-
horse," Columbia coach
Andi .Bennett said.


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COLIRTESY PHOTO
Members of the 2009. Epiphany Catholic School softball team are (front row; froni~ left)
Emily Martinez, Ivorie Maltby, Kailyn Moody, Breland Phelps, Mary Alice.Klenk, bat girl
Jenalyn Anderson, and Alex Bedoya..Back row (from left) are assistant coach-Arielle Eagle,
Charlotte' Reagar, MikBla Edenfield, Tiffy Murrow,, Kali Kitaif, Rulthie Ruiz; Erin Anderson,
Betty Glackin, Ashton Hoy and head coach Dave -Ross. Christiana Marcus and pitching
coach Tony Anderson also are on the team.




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1H conference title hunt


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Page Editor: Tim Kirby, 754-0421


FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2009


Site: Kansas City, Kan.
Schedule: Saturday, qualifying (Versus,
6 p.m.); Sunday, race (Versus, 4 p.m.).
Track: Kansas Speedway (I.5-mle
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Race distance: 300 miles, 200 laps.
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Bahrain Grand Prix
Site: Sakhir, Bahrain.
Schedule: Saturday, qualifying (Speed
7 a~m.); Sunday, race (Speed, 7:30 a.m~.)
Tracle Bahrain International Circuit
(road course,3.37 miles, 15 turns).
Race distance: 191.53 miles, 57 laps.
NASCAR CAMPING WORLD
~ TRUCKS
O'Reilly Auto Part 250.
Site: Kansas City, Kan.
Schedule: Saturday. qualifying; Saturday,

TratcP Kass e~dway
Race distance: 250 5 mdes..I 67 laps.




NHL playoffs -
i. FIRST ROUND
EA5BTER CONFEtREN E
Bosso 4 ontra 2s onr
Boston 5. Montreal I
Boston 4. Mote ada

Boston 4, Montreal I, Bostdri wins.
eriles 4-0

Washington vi. N.Y. Rangers:' (
S. Ranger rlWashulyo

Washington 4. NY Rangers 0
Wednesd y
N;.Y. Rangers 2, Washington I, N.Y
SRangers lead series 3-1

N.Y. Rangers atWashington, 7 p.m.

New Jersey vs. Carolina
New Jersey 4, Carolina I
Newain 2,is QT O
Carolijnav 4, Nw Jrsey 3 01
: Cali~.~lvursday 3
SCarolina at Nw Jesey(n)
Sunday
New Jersey at Carolina.7 pm.

Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia
Plteburgh 4,Philadelphial I
Ptrtsburgh 3, Phdladelphia 2
Pn la cphl 6, Pindubrg )

Thursday
Philadelphia at Plttsburgh (n) :
WESTERN CONFER NCE ~

Anahelm 2. San Jose 0
Anaheni 3. han lse 2


San Jose at Anahelm (n)
Saturday
Anlhelm at San Jose. 10 pm

Detroit vs. Columbus
Detrolt 4. Columbus I
Detro~t 4, Columbus' 0 \
Detras 4. Columbus I
Thursday
Detor ait Coliimbus (n) I

Vancouver 4, St. Louis 0
Vancouver 2. 5L Louis I
Vancouver 3. 50 Louils 0
Vancouver 3. St Louis 2
Vancouver 3. St Louls 2. OT
Chcg vs Cal r
Chicago vs. Calgary 2
Chicago 3, Calgary 2 .
Calgary 4, Chicago 2
Wednesday
Calgary 6. Chicago 4. series aled 2-2
Saturday :?:; I
Calgaryr at Chicago, 9 pm
Monday
Chicago at CalgaryTBD




M LS schedule I

Wednesday's Game
tororito FC I, CD Ch~ivain UkA 0 :
Thursday's Game
NewYor14at Kansas City (n)
Saturday's Gamnes
Chicago at Columbus, j .m.
New England at Real Salt Lake, 9 p.nt.
Los Angeles at Colorado, 9:30 p.m. .
FC Dallas at Chivas USA, 10:30 p.m.
San Jose at Seattle FC, 10:30 p.m.
Sunday's Games
D.C. United at liew~ork, 3 p.m.
Kansas City at Toronto FC, 5 p.m.
$Mtlrday, May 2 '
SColumbus at Toronto FC, 4 p.m.
FC Dallas at ).C. United, 7:30 p.m.
Seattle FC at Chicago, 8:50 p.m.
Real Salt Lake at Colorado 9:30 p.m,.
NlewYork at Los Angeles, 10:30 P~m.
SChivas USA at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.


:~ "

Fight schedule .

Today
At Bangkok, Thailand, Pongsaklek
Wanjongkam. Thailiand, its. Julio Cesar
Miranda, Mexico, 12, for the interim WBC
flyweight title.
At Scottrade Center, St. Louis (SHO),
Cory Spinks, St. Louis, vs. Deandre
Latimore, Las Vegas, 12, for the vacant IBF
light middleweight title.
At UIC Pavilion, Chicago (ESPN2).
Antonio Escalante, El Paso, Texas, vs.
Ga~ry Stark Jr: New York, 12, super
bantamweights.
Saturday
At Baysinon, Puerto Rico (HBO),Juan .
Manuel Lopez, Puerto Rico, its. Gerry


V~Osper Ibi t weigh t rle; Lope t
Petersaon, Memphi ien. r ill Ban

welterweight title.
At MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods,
Mashantusket, Co n. (HO),L CalFo

Ark., for Froch's WBC super middle.
weight title; Allan Green, Tulsa, Okla., vs.
Carlos De Leon Jr., Las Vegas, 10, super
middleweiy~hts; Dominick Guinn, Houston
vs. Johnnie White, St. Martinsville, La., 10,
heavyweights.


Central Division
W L Pct GB
St. Louis II 5 .688 -
Cincinnati 9 6 .600 IX
Pittsburgh 9 6 .600 I'b
Chicago 8 '6 .571 2
Houston 6 9 .400 4%
Milwaukee 6 9 .400 4j
West Division *
SW L Pct GB
Los Angeles 10 5 .667 -
San Diego 9 6 .600 I
San Francisco ~6 8 .429 3'&
Arizona ;~_ 6 9 -.400 4
Iora~o 5 9 .574 '&
S:: wednesday's Games
S: PIttburgh 7 Florida 4
Anzona 2.Colorado 0
,Spn. Francisco 1, .Sbn ~D ego 0, ~
10Mn pukee 3.PFhlladelphia I
Atlanta Irashington 01 [ . .
I-ouston 6. LA Dodgers 5
Cncna 3N Chicago2Cubs 0 i
Thu~drdas Games i
M.Iwaukee 6. Philadelphia I
St Louis. 12, N.Y. Mets 8
dCiricanai 7, Ch'icago Cub~s I.~ .
L.A.Dod res at Houston (n '

Philadelphia (Myers 1-1) at Florida jo
Johnson 2-0) 7 10 pm
oAdlana UVazqueml -1) at tilitrinati
Washington (Olsen 0-2) at N.Y. Metro
(Santana 2- I), 7 10 p m. .
Milwaukee (Gallardo I-I) atHpuston
(F.Paullno 0-0). 8 05 p m.
Lo cg n Crub c 2 ster 1-0) at 50
L.A.Dodgers (Stults 2-0! at Colorado
(Cook O-I), 9:I p~m.
San Francisco (Lincecum 0-1) ;at
Arizonab(D.Davis 1-2) 9:40a an Dego

(Correia 0-I), 10:0$ p.m.
Sattirday's Games
Washington at N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m.
Atlanta at Cincinnati, I:10 p.m-
Chicg Cu s at St. Louis, 4:10 p.m.:

Ph ladelphra at Florida, 7 10 pm
San Francisco at Arizona, 8 10 p~m. :
I..ADodgers at Colorado. 8: IO p.m. :
Pittburgh at San Diego,~ 10:05 p.m.

Philadelphja ta rlida 120 p~m.
Washington at N.Y. Mets, I:Io p~m.
Atlanta at Cincinnati, I:I0.p.m.
Milwaukee at Houston, 2:05 p.m.

ILA agodgeus sa Crado m
Pittsburgh at Sa-. DIego. 4 05 p m
San~ Francisco atArizona, 4:IO xlm

AL standingsi -


Tdot ast Di ision G


NewyYork 9 6, .600 14
Baltimiore 8 '..467 31
Tampa Bay 6 .9 400 4'
Central Division .
; :W L Pct. GBT
Chicago 8 6 .871 -
Detroit `8 6 .571
Kansas City ` 8 7 .533.
Minnesota 7, 9 A438 '2
Cleveland - 6 .(10 '.375 3
West Divi ion
W ~L Pet GB
Seattle . 9 .6 .600
Texas' 6 ~8 .429 2 ~`
Los Arigeles "'5 9 .357 :3
Oakland' .' 5 9 .357 3%
Vtednesdays's ames
Boston 110, ist game
N.Y.Yankees 9, Oakland 7; 14 innings
Chicago White -Sax 8, Baltimore 2
Kansas:City 2, C eveland 0
,Toronto 8,Texas 7, II innings -
Boston 7, Minnesota 3, 2nd game
Detroit 12. L A Ar~gels 10
Tampa Bay 9, Seattle 3~ i
Thursday'i ames
Cleveland 5, Kansas City ?'
Tampa Bay at Seattle (n)
Chicago White Sox at Baltimore (n)
T~exas at Toronto (ny
Detraii at LA:Angels (n)
: Today's Games
Minnescita -(Blackburn' 0-1) at
Cleveland (Carmona. I-2),7:05p~m.
Texals (Padilla I-l) at Baltimore
(Uehara 2-I),:7705~ p.m.
N.Y. Yankees .(Chamberlain 0-0) at
Bostoir (Lester 112i),7: 10 p.m.
IDetroit (gorcellb I-1) at Kansas City
(Greinke3-0), 8: IO p~m.
Toronto (Tallet 0-0) at Chicago White
'Sox (Buehrie 2-0), 8:1 I p.m.
Seattle (Bedard -l). at L.A. Angels
(Loux 0-1), 10:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Kazinir 2-1) at Oakland
(Cahill 0- 1), 10:05 p.m.
.Saturdays' Games
Tampa Bay at Oakiand, 4:05 p.m.
N.Y.Yankees at Boston, 4:10 p.m.
Minnesota at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m.
Texas at B kitimore, 7:05 p~m.
Tcironto at :Chicago .White` Sox,
7:05 p.m.
~Detroit at Kansas City, 7:IO~p.m.
Seisttle ~at ~L.A.ngels, 9:05 ~p.m.
SSundays Games.
Minnesota at Cleveland, 1:05 p.m.
Texas at Baltimore, 1:35 pr.m-
Toronto .at Chicago White Sox,
2:05 p.m. ..
Detroit at Kansas City, 2:10 pm.m
Seattle at LA.Angels, 3:35 p.m-
"RTampa Bay at Oakland,4:05 p.m.
N.Y.Yankees at Boston, 8:05 p.m


AUTO RAC IN G

RaCO Wee<

NASCAR SPRINT CUP
Aaren's 499
Site:TalladegaAla.


Schedule: Saturday,e (uallfying, (Speed,

Track:5Ialldga S pe speedny (2.66-
Race distance: 500 niles, 188 Iaps,
NASCAR NiATIONWIDE

Site:Tallad gaAlaro' 32
Schedule: Today, qualifying ~(Speed,
I I a.m.), Saturday, race (ABC, 2:30 p.m.). .
Track:Talladega Superspeedway,
Race distance: 500 miles, 188 Iaps.
INDY RACING LEAGUE
Road Runner Turbo Indy 300


From staff reports ~ Maltby made her first
mound appearance with
Epiphany Catholic one hit, two walks and one
School's softballteamelosed 'strikeout. ,
the regular, season with a :"I was -extremely happy
12-3 victory over Bles~sed that all the girls were able
Trillity Oflacksonville. to play in -the game and
i The Lady Eagles hosted contributed to the win,"
St; Patrick's of Jacksonville coach Dave Ross said. -
in the first .rotind of the After~ fali~ing~3-1. to San
'-Cbnference tournament on Juan Del Rio in the first
.ThurSdayn .. :'gamne of the year, the La~dy
Breland Phelps wras 3-fbr- Eagles a rd~eledo~ff nine
3-againSt Blessed Trinity. straight vins to finish 9-1.
ard scored twvo runs. Ivot'ie Anderson recorded 94
Maltby, M~ar y Alice Klent strikeouts during the sea-
Sand Mikala Edenietld each son and was the second
I~SCOred a pair of runs.~ leading hitter,
Starter Erin Anderson Phelps hit .657; to lead
Struck out seven and did the team. Epiphany aver-
not give up a' hit or walg. aged 10) runs per gamle,


while ~giving up an average
of 2;6 runs.
Epiphanyr is seeded
second in the Diocese of
St. Augustiffe conference
tournament 'and the home
conference game was the
first in the history of the
school.
The` seinifinal rtound
is Monday and the final
is W vtednesday, both in
Jacks~onvrille.
S"r told ~the -players in the
preseason to work hard,
love each other, and become
a family so that -th~ey could
accomplish great things,"
Ross said. '"They have
pro\ed thernsti1es. on and
of'f the field."


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-:Lea ue re orts
SResults of Lake City Bowl league
play follows.
MONDAY LADIES
Team standings- 1. Lake CIty Bowl:
2. Eva' Divas, 3. Alley Up. -
:. High scratch game: 1. Julia Myers
;220;. 2. Maggie Battle 200;' 3. itief
;aJie nte Willcox, .Loretta Perdue
190.
High sciatch series: 1 Jullia Myers
603; 2. Maggle Battle 544;: 3 Jackie
Young 536.
Mig'hi hairdicap flaEme: 1. (tie}
Jeanette Wilicox. Loretta P rdue235;
3. Maggle Battle 234.. :~
High hanancap senes: 1. Lo etta
Perdue 65f; 2. MAaggle Battle 646;
3. Julia Myers 642.
High ~verage: 1. Jackie Yo ng
186s; 2. Juliabl.yers 1 85. p
S(results from Aprll13)
".DRIFTERS -
STeam :s jrididgs: ". JDJR, 2:'Mud
SDawgers;g 3. a (Ps. :'/ ';.
. High scratcdh game: 1P. Cyithe
Shiver 187; 2. Donna Wynkoop 182:
3. Terry Hawvn 165. 1. Chris Sanders
j 242; 2. Leonard Randall 232; 3. Tony
1.mbert 224. n
High sc~ratch series: 1. Scythe
Shiver 552; 2. 'Dorina yr~ikoop
Ti; 3. Nancy Moates ](47.:.1. dhris
Sanders 64l;- 2. Rickcy HeNett 620;
,3. Leonard Randall $88.
High handicap game- 1 (hle) N~ancy
Mo'ates. Donna Wyrnkoop 226, 3 n1E}
Cythe Shiver, Wendy~Sanders 225.
1.' Scott ~Cro~oks 277; 2. Randall 261; 3. Tony Lambert 260.
SHigh handicap series: 1.. Cythe ~
Shiver 666; 2. Nantjy Moates, 833;
3. Pat Frazier. 809. 1. Ricky Hewrett
698; ~2. Scott Crooks 691; 3. Chris
Sanders 686.
High average: 1. Cythe Shiyer
163; 2. PhyllIs Benton 162. 1. Chris
Sanders 193; 2. Bill Dolly 184.
(results from April 14)
MONDAY NIGHT MAVERICKS
Team standings: 1. Team 2 (46-14);
2. BDR Hay Sales (39-21, 102,788
pins); 3. Team 10 (39-21, 101,493
pins).
High scratch game: 1. Frianl$
.Howell 288; 2. Josh Bisqiue' 279;~
3. Wally Howard Jr. 268.
High scratch series: 1. Zech Stro)1 '
693; 2. Jbshi Bisque~ 680; a. John
Janki 662.~-~-
.H'igh tyndipinp game: 1. Frank
Ho\Nell 312; 2. Josh Bisque 2?83; .
3. (tie) Wally Howard Jr., Bill Gootee


'33); rat Br offire (5 .514 .)
3. Los Chulpathingies (51.5-48.5).
SHigh scratch game: 1. Jer1
Siinpson 182; 2...Sara Sykes 181;
3. Dainielle Patterson 170. 1. Garrett
Shay 193; 2. Shane Moore 186,'
3. Dustin White 163.
High scratch series: 1. ~(tie) Sara
Sykes, Christine Peters 467; 3. Jeri
Simpson 461. 1. Garrett Shay 517;
2. Shane Moore 459; 3. Dustin White.
446.
High handicap. game: 1. Jeri
Sirnpson 237; 2. Anna Barintick( 233;
3. Danilile Patterson 228. 1. Shane,
Moore 247;. 2. Jake Delcastillo 246;
'3. Garrett Shay 233.
High handicap3.series: fi Jeri
`Simpson 626; 2. Anna Barwick 93;
3. Jackie Delcastillo 609. 1. Shane
Moore 642; 2. Garrett Shay, 637;
3. Jake Delcastillo 609.
LAKE CITY BANTAMS
High~ handicap game: 1. Amanda
Schmitt 178; .2. Tiffany Ritch 161;
3. Noel Kieckhafer 143. 1. Anthony
Cohrs 197; .2. Blake Lyons 192;
3. Nick j~asper 159.
High handicap series: 1. pmanda
Schmitt 498; 2. Tiffany Ritch 458;
3. Noel Kieckhafer 421. 1. Blake
Lyons 524; 2. Anthony Cohrs 515;
3. Nick' Kasper 446.
LAKE CITY MAJORS SCRATCH
.Team standings: 1. The 3 Ha-Ha
Boys (30-14); 2. Your Ad Here (24-20);
3. Tenacious Tylrtles (22.5-21 .5).
High scratch game: 1. Sarah
Wethington 218; 2. Sarah Wethington
208; '3. Sarah. W~ethington 179.
1. Adam Alford 278; 2. Dale Coleman
266; 3. Cameron Wise 233.
High scratch series: 1. Sarah
Wethington 605; 2. Chrissy Fancy
466; 3. Samantha Blake 461. 1. Adam
Alford 676; 2. Dale Coleman 668;
S3. Dustin Coleman 609..
LAKE CITY' JUNIORS
Team standings; 1. Striker's
(66-34); 2. Bowling Kings (65-35);
3. Habunogaskwaga- (63-87).
High handicap game: 1. Robin.
Croft 232; 2. Linden Barney 220;
3. (tie) Courtney Schmitt, Megan
Graham 208,1. Chase Campbell 224;
2. (tie) Jacob Howell, Jared Scott
215.
High handicap series: 1. Linden
Barney 626; 2. Megan Graham 561;
3. Robin Croft 540. 1. Chase Campbell
635; 2. Gory Lyons 615; 3. Jimmny
Milewski 606.
(results from April 11)


BO W LIN G



27High handicap series: 1. Frank
Howell 721; 2. Mastoh ~Crapps. 697;
3. Bill Gootee 694.
High average: 1. Zech Strohl
216.24: .2. Robert .Stone 209.16;
3. Wally Howard Jr. 206.92.
(results from April 13)
WATERGUARD ~
High scratch gamel 1. Maggie
Battle 208; 2. xMary -lobaugh '202;
3. Lori Davis 184. 1. Robert Stone
233; 2. Harry Paul Lee 209; 3. George
Mulligan 206. ..
High scratch. series: 1. .Mary
Lobaugh 529; 2. Maggie Battle 519;
3. Lori: Davis 510. 1.; Robert ~Stone
634; 2. (tib} Georgie Walters, George
Muligan 592.
High handicap game: 1. Maggie
Battle 237, 2. Loii Davis 229; 3. Lorie
N~iquette 228..1. George Walters 246;
2. (tie) Robert Sto~ne, George Mulligan
233; 4. Vernon Black 230.
High handicap~ series: 1. Lawhanda
Earls 661; 2.. Amnanda Meng 654;
3. Beth Koppa 628. ~1. Harry Paul
Lee 689; 2. Marshall~ Camp'bell 648;
.3. Rich Deckard 634;
High average: 1. Mary Lobaugh
188. 1. Robert Stone 210,
Note: Ilori Davis had an all-spare
game of 184.
(results from April 21) ,
.TGIF
Team standings: 1. BO~R Hay Sales
(79-53); 2. The Control Freaks (74.5-
57.5); 3. Waterbury Builders (74-58).
High scratch game:1? Shannon
Howard 226; 2. Melody Snipes
222; 3. Pat .Gallegos 216. 1. (tie) Bill
Coleman, John Hilbert 235;. 3. Lee
Young 234. ..
High scratch series: 1. Ida
Hollingsworth 614; 2. Pat Gallegos
590; 3. Jlackie Young 575. 1. John
Hilbert 677; 2. Bryan Taylor 619; 3. Bill
Coleman 618.
High handicap ~game: 1. Shannon
Howard 264; 2. Melodjr Snipes 262;
3. Dorinda Feasel 255. 1. Lee Young
266; 2. Bill Coleman 248; 3. Bryan
Tayllor 247.
.High-handicap series: 1. (tie) Pat
Gallegos, Ida Hollingsworth 698;
3. Nina Howd 697. 1. Bryan Taylor
706; 2. Scott Hunter 689; 3. John
Hilbert 686.
(results from April 10)

Yoth I gu

LAKE CITY MAJORS


O S TE LE II


W sports .

Today .
AUTO RACING '
7 a~m.
SPEED Formula One, practice for
Bahrain Grand Prix, at Manama, Bahrain
I 1:30 a~m.
SPEED .- NASCAR, Nationwide
Seriest yole qualifying forAaron's 312, at
TailadegaAla.
2 p~m; ~:
SPEED NASCAR, Sprlrit Cup
pracuce for Aaron s 499. at Talladega. Ala
3:30 p.m.
.,SPEEDou SeNAe5 AR Spr ce Cup "
Aarbn'ss 499, at Talladega.AIle
5 p~m.
SPEED -ARC aN ITaadegaAla.

lonj p~m.
ESPN2 Banrameleghts, Antonio
Escalante (19-2-0) vs Gary Stark jr.
(22-2-0), at Chicago
GOO
TGC European PGA Tour,
Ballantine's Championship, second round,
at. ejuIsland. So .3 Korea (same-day tape)

STGC Champions Tour, Legends of
Golf, first round, at Savannah, Ga.

TGC PG3 Tomr, Zurich Classic,
second round, ar Avondale, La
6:3o p.m.
.TGC, Nationwide Tour. South
Georgia Classic, second round; at
Valdosta,N A (a Eaa ALL

? p~m.' .
ESPN Playoffs, first round/3ame 3,
Cleveland at Detrqi

ESPN2 Playofs frst round, game !,
Orlando at Philadelph a -
~ 9:30 p.m . ~
ESPN Playoffs, first roun~d~game 3'
Portland at H CKEY

7 p.m.
VERSUS Playoffs, Eastern
'Conference; .ciuirterfinals; gaine 5, N.Y.
RangersatWashington

BASKETBALL

N BA playoffs ~

EAST T NU RNCE

CI yeland 102, Detroit 84
luCleveiland 9, Dtroit 82 Cleveland

Cleveland at~ Detroit 7 p.m.

Cleveland at Deirok. 3 30 p m

S : Bosto s Cii ~`~~b:
Chicg 105 as ono 103 OT
Bostor II 8, Chhcagoal ~

Boston at Ch cp:?

Boston at Chicao I -pm

SChicago at Boston,? p~m

Orlando vs. Philadelphia
Philadelphia 100, Orlando 98
WeVdneiday
SOrlarido 96, Philadeilphia 87, series
tied E:-1
Today
: Orlandlo at Ph.Indelph~a.8 p rn
Sunday
O~rlindo at Philadelphia,) 6:0p.m.
Tuesday
:Phdade~lphnl It Orlando, 7 30 p m.

Atlanta vs. Miami
.Atlanta dMiami 64
Wednesday
Miami 108,Atlanta 93,series tied I-I
Saturday
Atlantil'at Miami, 6:30~ p.m.
Monday ~
Atlanta at Miami,TBA
Wednesday,April 29
Miami atAtlantaTBA -

WESTERN CONFERENCE
.L.A. Lakers vs. ~tah
L.A. Lakers I 13, Utah 100
LA. Lakers I 19, Utah 109
Thursday
L.A. Lakers at Utah (n1)
Saturday
L.A. Lakers at Utah, 9 p.m.

Denver vs. New Orleans
Denver I 13, I~ew Orleanif84
Wednesday
Denver 108, New Chricans 93, Denver
leads series 2-0
Saturday I
Denirer at Njew Orlears, I p.m
SMonday
Denver at New Oricans,TBA

SSan Antonio vs. Dallas
~ Dallas 105,Sbn Antonia 97. .
San Antonio 105, Dallas 84
Thursday
San Antonio dt Dallas (n)
Saturday
San Antonio at Dallas, 4 p.m. .
Tuesday
Dallas at San Antonio, 9:30 p~m

'ortland vs. Houston ~
Houston 108, Portland 81
Portland 107, Houston 103, series
tied I-
TodaY
Portland at Houston, 9:30 p.m -
S'unday
Portland at Houston,? p.m.


Tuesday
Houston at Portland, 10 p.m.


BASEBALL

NL standings :

East Dhrision
~W L Pct GB
Florida II 4 .733 -
Atlanta 7 8 .467 4
Philadelphia 6 8 .429 4j
New York 6 9 .400 .5
Wadhington 3 II .214 7%


beverages will be served


For details, call
J.T. Clark at 365-1754.

YOUTH SWIMMING

RegiStratioH is

under way at pool

Columbia Swim Team
registration is at the pool
from 4~-5:30 p.m. today.
Bring a copy of child's
birth certificate.
For details, call Sherri
Lee at 755-3543.


SFrom staff reports


G01.0,


SPORTS


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~Lake Qity Elks: rm oraer
Reg-istration deadline is
ti0Sf tournament May. 8.. For details, call
J.D. Dedge at 752-2266.
.ILake City Elks Lodge
NO. 893 has it annual CHS BASEBAu.

fohr ~a '~stun r et Summer league
On May 16 at Southerni meeting Monda y
Oaks Golf Club. Format 7
iS four-person scramble. There is a meeting
Entr-y fee is $50 per golfer for players interested in
and hole sponsorships playing summer ball for
(includes one entry) Columbia High, and their
are offered for $100. parents, at 6 p.m., Monday,
Hamburgers, hot dogs and at the CHS field.








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430 Garage Sales

SAT. 25th 8 -3973 SW
CR 252-B. Hardware, tools,
air compressor, adult clothes,
misc campmg accessories.


4 Miscell8RCOUS

"WHITE RIVER"
BREATHABLE WADERS boot
type size 8-9 like new list $139
sell $75. 386 497 3179
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- od, galvanized w/power rota-
1incoto. Seller wilt hel bue
ds ssoeble. $150 .w86-9 3-456


520 otsosaeasfrse
RAGIN CAJUN
17 foot bass boat
w/150 hp Evinrude OB.
$1,400 obo. 386-752--2276

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14x55 MH, 2Br/1Ba Like New!
CH/A, Good Location!
$495/Mo. + $400 Dep. NO PETS.
~:(386)755-4064 or (904)771-5924
2BR/2BA SWMH.
Secluded, nehr Wellborn. No Pets.
$450. mo plus $2'i0 deposit.
386-752-9030'
2br/2ba units. Rent hinil water &
trash pick up. Convenient location
1/2 mi. east of downtown Lake
City. 386-623-7547 /386-984-8448
3/2 DW~MH. on 1 ac. in Columbia
City area. Completely remodeled.
New AC. $750./mo 1st & $750.
clep. 386-752-19411leave message.


120 EM ilalmet .
CHC LABS is hiring for Fff
Medical Laboratory Technologist.
Up to $25.00/hr based upon exp.
w/benefits. Fax resume to:
.386-758-1791

me alqc ffic has two op tings
for experienced billing &
collections agen't/mgr and for
skilled/experienced medical
receptionist with data entry talent,
Fax resume to 386-752-2661
Hiring for Hygienist and Front
Desk. Front desk is full time
&must have Dental exp. Hygienist
is part time. Office mn Live Oak
Fax Resume to 386-755-7024


Legal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION .
File No.: 2009-74-CP
Division: A
IN RE: ESTATE OF
AL eCE GARCIA,
NOTICE'IDCREDTIORS
The administration of the estate of
ALICE GARCIA, deceased, whose
date of death was November 4, 2008;
File Number 2009-74-CP, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Columbia
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Post Office
Bolt 2069, Lake City, FL 32056, The
names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal rep-
reseritative's attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the decedent and oth-
er persons having claims against de-
cedent's estate, on whim a copy of
this notice is required to be sered
must file their claims with thll coun
WITHIN THE LATER OF .3
MONTHS AFTER THE. TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
a~nd other persons having claims or
demands against decedenl'i estate
must file theif~claims with Ltus coIrt
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE..
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE -TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN.SECTION 733.702 ~OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
~WIL;LBEFOREVERBARRED.
-,NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD) S'ET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED iCEARSA.OiU MOR~E AFTER THE .
DECEDENiT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BAlREIf.
The date of first publication of this
notice,is: April l7, 2009
DEREK B. ALVAREZ, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Personal Repreientatire
FloridaBarNoi 011-1278
GENDERS--ALVAREZ
Attorney a iaw '
'A Professional Association
2307 W. Cleveland Street
Tampa, Fl'33609
Tl~lra h6 81\32544744


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO: 09-303-DR

Api Knight, Petitioner
Thomas Knight, Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSO-
LUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Thomas David Knight
ADDRESS: 400 N. Avenue, San-
ford, NC 27330
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and thst
you are required to serve a copy of ~
your written defenses, if any, to it on
April Knight, whose address is 157
SW Dunn Way, Lake City, Florida,
32024 on or before May 25, 2009,
and file the ongmial with the clerk of
this Court at 173 NE~ernando, Lake
Cary;: FL 3205 before service p p e-
utioner or immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, default may be en-
, tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the petition-
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's of
fice. You ~may review thesp. docu-
nients upon request.
YOU MUST ICEEP THE CLERK ~
OF THIS CIRCUIT COURT'IS OF-
FICE NOTIFIED OF YOUR CUR-
RENT ADDRESS. YOU MAY
FILE NOTICE OF CURRENT AD-
DRESS, FLORIDA SUPREME
COURT APPROVED FAMILY
LAW FORM 12.915.) FUTURE PA-
PERS IN IHI~S LAWSUIT WILL
BE MAILED TO;THE ADDRESS
ON RECORD AT THE CLEFRK'S
OFFICE. WARNING: RULE .
12.285, FLORIDA ~FAMILY LAW
RULES' OF PROCEDURE, RE-
QUIRES CERTAIN AUTOMATIC
DISCLOSUiRE OP DOCUMENTS
AND INFORMATION FAILURE
TO COMPLY CAN RESULT IN
SANCTIONS, INCLUDING~ DIS-
MISSAL dR. STRIKING OF
PLEADINJS.
BY/S/ terran H.'Starlin
DATE SIGNED: Apn] 21. 2009
04531232' ,
April:~ -, 009
Ala\ I, 8. 15. '009


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AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF LAKE CITY, FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY
OF LAKE CITY LAND1DEVELOP-
MENT REGULATIONS, ~AS
OMNDD OE~ZN T
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICA-
TION, LDR 08-4. BY THE CITY
COUNCIL; PROVIDING FOR RE-
ZONING FROM COMMERCIAL,
,INTENSIVE (CI) TO RESIDEN-
TIAL, SINGLE-FAMILY-3 (RSF-
3); PROVIDING SEVERABLLITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
]N CONFLICT' AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO~. 2009-1184
AN.ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF LAKE Cl;TY, FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE TEX~T OF THIE
CIY OF LAKE CITY LAND DE-
VELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, LDR 09-1 BY
THE PLANNING AND ZONNING
BOARD; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 2.1 ENTI-
TLED DEFINITIONS, GENERAL,
TO ADD DEFINITIONS FOR
SIGN, ~ABANDONED, SIGN, BAN-
NER', SIGN, NON-CONFORMING,
SIGN, PROJECT~ING, SIGN,
SANDWICH BOARD, AND SIGN,
SNIPE, AMENDING SECTION
4.2.20.9, ENTITLED ON-SITE
SIGNS IN COMMERCIAL, CEN-
TRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (C-,
CBD) ZONING DISTRICT, TO AL-
LOW THE PLACEMENT OF
SANDWICH OR MENU BOARD
SIGNS ON THE FL;ORIDA DE-
PARTIVIENT OF TRANSPORT
TION' RIGHT-OF-WAY AND TO
AMEND PERMIT REGULAllpNS
FOR SIGNS,.. REQUIREMENTS
FOR SIGNAGE PLACED ON .
STRUCTURsRES, REQUREENTS
FOR BANNER SIGlkS, AND
MAINTENANCE AND ENFORCE-
MENT FOR SIGNAGE, AND
AMVENDING SECTIOlf~ 4..14, EINF
TITi.ED (C-CBDI COMMhERCIAL.
CENTRAL BUlSINESS DISTRICT.
TO ALLOW OUiTSIDE SEATINrG
FOR RESTAU~RANTS AND OTH-
ERi BUSINESSES, ALLOW ON-
SITE OUiTSIDE SALES AND DIS.
PLAYS. ANUD PROHIBIT OFT.
SITE SALES AND DISPLAYS
1ITFH EXCEPTIONS; PROVIID[ING
SEV'ERABLITY.: REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN' CON-
RIT N PROVIDING AN EP-
'FECTIVE DATE .
'The public heanngs may be contain .
ued to be or osrh fue de.d An

the daie, time and place of any con- -
tiu ton of td p[bi heprng h l

myg and that no funher notice con-
cernmng the matters 1Ill be publish-
Al pesn r disd that, if th y
.decidrson arpeal ay edecisic n ma e
at the pubii hearings, they will need
a record of the proceedings and, for

proceedings is made, which record
mecludes the testidnyand s ev daen e
upo hc h appea i b ae


10 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Crops needed.
Employment dates are 05/25/2019
12/20/2009. Workers will
Cultivate, cut, house, and strip
tobacco. Guaranteed 3/4 of
cotac shous eAl tol poie
for non-commuting workers.
Trans ortation and subsistence
reim tuiseof 0o wof r uptat.
comp eion o 0 con rct
Pay rate is $7.25 per hour and up
to $8.00 per hour depending on
crop activity and/or work location.
Applicants should report qr send a
resume to the ilearest Florida
Agdncy of Workforce Innovation
office and leferencejob order #
KYO375820.
SBush Farms -.Princeton, KY


Counselor needed for substance
abuse progir at' a faker
Correctional Iristitu~tion.: BA wit~h :'
2 yr exp. Mon-Fri, Fff,
Medical/Dental/401(k). Fax re-
sume to 850-522-15~34 or email
Shelia~~Ii~andlaotom


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

24n Schools &


'Wan~t to be a CNA? Don't want to'
wait? Express TI~aining Services
of Gainesville is now offering our
inality CNA exam Prep -classes.
D~ay/Eve classes. Class for 1 week,.
certification test the next week. .
.Class size is limited. Next class .
04/27/09i. CaHll 386-755-4-101


P 31, ets & Supphie5
CKiC Chthuahus puppy,
110 weeks old male, all shots,
pupps pen &c more. $250.
: ,)~ SOLD
.. Lake an offer Golden
. retrieser/German Shepard' Fmal.
Born 12/31. Looks lIe Shepard.
Fustj 525 ob~o. ALREADY GONE


Engineering Tech. Opnstruction
Mtenial Testing w/top GEO Te an
fl. ACI Cert., depen abe, cla
MVR. Good pay & benefits. Fax
386-755-8882 or apply mn person
366 SW Knox St., Ste. 103.
ESTIMATOR NEEDED ~I
speci izing in siate ork' &
iiderground uite's, :At ealsr
yrs. construction exp. needed &
familiarity niestimating software.
Email resume to:
surtionsilo7~wmIditream.net
or faax to 36-36-1-3802
SFarm Help Wanied
DRUG FREE
SExp. with Tra~ctors & mowing
Ow~n Fransportation Boost p one
Sreqlulred a netteh Near mn appear-
aince. lc.lpin Area 386-364-6-516
GROWING SALON
needs experienced Stylist. ~
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3br/2ba w/appliances in Branford
area, w/quiet, country setting.
$500 sec. & 567.5/mo.
386-590-064" or 867-1833
4 BR/2 BA DWMH in Woodgate
Villa~ge 1g. family room, a~vail 5/1.
$750 per mo. 386-365-6584
after S p.m.
4BR/2BA DWMIH:
Nbw kiitchen UiS 90 E Lakie City.
$550mo plus scunty.
9541-64~9103;
4BR/2BA. DWMH,'
CHA Clean, No pets,
$650/rtio.O'Brien:
$\ear Branford) Call935-0268


PUiBLISHER'S NOTE
Florida Law 828.'9 requires dlogs
andf c-at bemg spld to b~e at least 8
weeksj old and hate a heallth
cemflicate from a I~censed
veterinanan doc~umenting the\
have mandators shots and alre
free from intestmal and r~e ernl
parasures. Ma~ny species of wild-
Slife mujt be Ilcensed by Florida :
Fish and Wildlife If~o 101 e
unsure, c~onract the local
office for mformanon


II~IVI~i\Oll/~)-tIRNOTICE OF ENACTMENT. OF
BARBARA GARCIAORIAC BYTE ORD
Personal Representative ,RIAC B H OR
7301 SW CR 240OF OUT COISIOES
Lake City, FL 32024 I DAOLM ACO T. F R-
0453b45NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thaI
04531045an ordinance, Mucuh tale hereinater
April 17, 24, 2009 appears, will be considered for enact-
NOTICE OF SALE OF MOTOR ment by the Board of Courity Comi
VEHICLE mlisioners of Columbia County,
Pursuant to Florida Statute 713.585, Florida, as a public hearig oh May
villal sela tpiub saledforR csh the ier fei as 7h mar ca IM hse n
following described vehicles) locat- in the School Board Admnustrante
ed at lienor's placb to satisfy a claim .Complex located at 372 Wesr Dusal
of lien. 2006 FORD~ VIN: Street, Lake City, Flo~nda.Copies of
1FTPX12506FA60942.. Lien Amt: said ordinance inay be inspected by
$748.83. LienorLTUFFY: AUTO any meniber of the public at the Of-


10.00 AMh Al Abd Flonda Lien & .LakeCity, Florida,r during regular
Recovery 3001 Aloma Ave. Winter business hours. On the date, time
Park FLE32792. Said vehircl(r) may and place~ first above mentioned, all
be redeemed b\ sansfijng the bien interested persqns may appear ard be
prior to sale date. You hate the nght heard with respect to the ordinance.
to a hearing ~in an.\ nme prort to iale The amendment ;was previously no-
date by filing a1 demand tor hearmg ticed for~public hearingsi on Pebruan
mn the clrucun court Owner hiis the 19, 2009 andApril2, 2lro
right to rebc~r posrseskion of \ehicle -AN ORDINANCE OF COLUiMBIA I
by~ passing.ai~band in accrdaj~nceHl.wnhqOUNTY. FLORIDA, AMlENDING
f. a5.9! ar~n p eed m ea ORDINMANCEQ ON -6,C MPECO-
deposited a th the Clerk of Circuit' HENS[VE PLANj, ArS AMENDED,
Court inthe ount) where the vehi- RELAJTINUG 'D PAN AMEND-
cle is held. M hENT TO THE TEXCT.OF THE
:COLUMBIAk COUNTY~ COMIPRE~-
04531249. . ' HENSIVE PLAN. PUiRSUANT TO
April 2-. ?009 ~~ AN APPLICATION, CPA 08-2, BY
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONE+RS. UNDER. THE ~
L- ~.~~Yi~.1^--_RT~ R. AMIENDMIENT ~PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
". 1?303l THR H 5163.32 5
AIMIENUDE~D, PROVIDING FOR
AMlENDING THE ~TEXT OF THE
CAPIT~l. [hIPROVrE10ENTS, BLE-
MIENT OF THE COMPREHEN-
GAL bm TO INCL~D ND G
DEFIN~fON OF FINANCI ~L
FEAS[IBLTY, AMENDING OB-
JECTIVE Vml I TO ADD FINAN-
C14LLY FEA~SIBLE CAPITAL IMr-
PROV'EMENTS BUDGET AND
SCHEDULrE OF CALPITAL [hl-
PROViEMENuTS, ADDING POLICY
VII.I.4 CONCERNING THE AN.
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PROJECTED DEFICIENCIES [N
CompterSeridB ADOPTED LEVEL OF SERVIlCE
Comptr~rviks~~91'~- STANDARDS, AMlENDING OB-
JEC~TIVE VII.4 TO ADD MAIN. -
Donna's Computer Service. TAINING AN ANNUAL CAPITAL
Hardware, software, networkin'i! [MPROV;EMENVTS BUiDGETING
wireless, etc. WE WILL FIND A PROCESS, AMENDING POLICY '
SOLUTION. Pleaie contact Donna VIIIm.4.1 Tp AI)O FINANCIALLY
@ 386-559-7311 FEASIBLE~ CAPITAL: IMPROVE-
..,MENTS BUDGET; PRijVIINING
Equpiiet ep.r SEVERABLEzY; REPEALING
Equimen Reair ALL. ORDINANCE S IN CON-
FLICT; AND PROViIDING AN; EF-
04531277FECITVE DATE
Waiting foir Weeks to have Th oe puli mrfh r mats b An conhud
your mower repaired. Call Us! teronted oart shall be advised that
Mobile mower maint. & repair. the date, time and place of any con
SSame day service ~Tune up, tinuation of the:public hearing shall
blade sharpening, air filters, .be announced during the public hear-
plugs. greasing. ing and that no: further notice con- ~
No job too small. L~ewis M~obile cernisig the matter will be published.
Maintenance & Repair. All persons are advised that, if they
386-623-41353 decide -to aippeal any decision made
at the public hearing, they will need
a record of the proceedings 'and, for
Lawn & Landscape Servie t ihttupose be Ina need to en-
of the proceeding s is made, which
record includes 8the testimony and
04531276 evidence upon which the appeal is to
Spring into Summer. be based


Tu InSmall Park Lg. 39 $600 Ig 2/1
',$500. new tile & carpetl 3/1 $500.
Plus dep . incl.,water, trash.
386-590-.3013 C-21 Jackie Taylor
SMHs 4 Rent:.
2br/ba's from $450 & 3br/2ba's
Sfro $550 Inlwr 13 7 a'7b,


Mobile Home~s) :
2&3 BR ,
$350-$575 Mointhly;l
Call 386;755-5488 ,
Mobile Homes for rent in'
-Chne Sprlngs 1 and
a .$bedroomms Contact
.386-867-23 37 or 397-1522
SSWMII. on 6 ac. 7 miles ilbtH of
Live Oak off 129. 3br/ba.
Seperate garadge w/storagee.
$500~mo. A5500 sec. 386-'09-0399)


SHIH TZU puppies. Health certs
& papers. Parti colored small & '
beautiful. Males or females availa-
ble.$35 .752-4890 -



ANTIQUES WAMED
Furn ,. China. Silver, Glassware, '
Costume Jewelry &G Gold 375 years
exip. Cash Pd. Pelt. 386-963-262 I


. 404 BabyIt ems.

SAFTY 1ST monitor for nursery .
or sickroom ~includes transmitter &
receiver $10.00 call Sandi
386-965-49 11


;408 Furnihre

BEDSIDE TABLE/CHEST
5 $ IS/"' H x
386-965-4911
FULL SIZE bed (dark wood)
headboard, footboard, frame &
m~attress $100.00 '
386-754-9295 or 9;840387
LARGE DRESSER w/big nice

S386-7495 1 r -0387


04531289
Apri; '4. '0093.


010i ~A..ounements

An EasS Mlethod To Quit
.Smoking Cigar'ettes
www.uildertheradarpublicatiops.com
Phione: (386)935-9126 or order at
P.O. Box 26, O'Brien FL. 32071
Inc. Shipping & ifandling, only
$8.02. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I had a 15 year, three ~pack a day
habit. Nicotitne free since' 1983 '


020 Lost & Found


60 bIOsfor Sale

04530571
On-0ly $500-$1000 Down,
WitA Yokr Landl

PRESTIGE
H' OME CENTERS
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake .
.City, FL 386-752-775.1
1-800-355-9385

04530572
REAL Western Red Cedar
Logged Homes Direct from
our Factory!
0)u MDIDDE1VfAN!
S100 Plans' to choose Froni!


nORmE T~NIT RS

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

04530573
Got Animals? Need R~oom?
4br/3b~a on 10.3 acres. 2006
32X76 Manufac~tured home
White Springs area.
$169,995.00

SPRESTIGiE
H. OME CENTERS

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

DW's U~sed $18K ($215 mo.)
SW's $11K Clean ($145. mo)
Call Mary 386-963-4000


Lost dog: Bulldog? 8mno old
Black aind wrhite in color. Last seen

'la hoornd ple caH{T M5-9 5co3 0
LOST! Ver much lored bulldog.
Black w/u i~lre chest. 75 lbs., big
head Name is Gator. Lort on
Browhn Rd. in Emerald Lakes S/D ~;
REWARD! 386-867-0786


vtOpportunit e5


MOV~ING SALE Beautiful furni-
rule, li\ yn room, dining room,
entertaumment center, cocktail, end
tableS, desk.' 386~497-3179 z


Posi Once Hmnng Nationally
521tu:yc 60K/v at@ ncI Fed

oitPnl s t gfflitedwithe .
: 1-888-888-8888*
Secretary needed FT at Baker
Correctional Inrtitution for
SSubstance Abuse Program. Start
:810 Background Screenmng Req.
Fa\ resume to 850-5 ,71531 or
email SheliaRand~iaol.com
SEWING MACHINE
Operator.' Experienced,
Good hourly wage,
Hafner's 755-6481


QUEEN BED-in good shape.
~:Wood fraine$175.00 negotiable .
w/out frame
386-754-9295 or 984-0387



RADIAL ARM Shw
Commercial Grisde, Craftsman
Good donditiork $175.00.
386-963-4566 .

jia TV-Radio &
'Recording
..-19" REMOTE TV
WORKS PERFECT
S$40.00
386-755-4902
ZENITH 50 inch TV. ~:
Home Theater. w/remote. '
Beautiful picture. $450 obo.
386i-754-9295 or 984-0387


420 Wanted to Buy

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


430 Garage Sales

Benefit Sale Sat. Only. 8-2.
No early birds, please. 437 SW
Walter Ave. Horse Tack,
household, kids toys, treadmill,
weight bench, books & more. All
proceeds from sold items to be
donated to www.dcfhr.com
Priced to sell. Furn., misc.
household, collectables, tools, etc.
116 S.E. Andy Ct. off Country
~Club Dr. 4/24 &4/25
SAT 7-? 695 SW Howell St. off I-
S75 on 441 turn between between
BP & Shell.' Fumniture, antiques
clothes.& many household items.


04531:167
COMPANY DRIVERS
NEEDED
Lake City Terminal
OTR FLAT)3ED DIVISION
M{JST HAVE RECENT
EXPERIENCE HAULING *
STEEL AND BE ABLE TO
VERIFY A MI~INIMUM OF 2
YEARS, CLASS Ai DRIVING .
IN THE LAST 3 YEARS WITH
AMOTOR CARRZIER
GREAT PAY and BENEFIT
PACKAGE
CALL UIS TODAY
866-396-8074
www.evanstrucking.com

04531225
Drywall Finisher & Installer-
Work mn and around the Lake
City area. Must have liability
insurance of $1 million general -
and $2 milli2e agepgte 8wn
vehicle and tools of the trade.
Please call Travis at Restoration
Specialist. 386-438-3201
29 Serious pole wanted to work
from home with a cmute .
$500-ml500/mo PT/Rompee irnfor
www.income2profits.com '
Administrative Assistant for
Electrical Contractor needed for
office work in Lake City.
Fax resume to 386-752-3737
04530565
LEGAL/LAW
ENFORCEMENT
Paid training, great salary
and benefits, 30 days
vacaion/yr, No exp needed,
HS grads ages 17-34.
Call Mon. Fri. (800)342 8123


8 Temnporar aimopWorekers and

Employment dates are 05/25/09-
11/12/09. workers will cultivate .
and harvest peaches and apples..
General labor for field crops win
.also bei required. ~Guaranteed 3/4 of
contract hours. All tools provided
at rio cost. Free holding provided
for non-commisting workers.
Transportation and subsistence
reimbursed to worker upon
completion of 50% of contract.
Pay rate is $7.72 per hour and
piece rates offered depending on
crop activity. Applicants should
report or send a resume to the '
nearest Florida Agency of
Workforce.Innovation office and
reference job Order # NYO901805
Toussaint Farms Medina, NY


Employment

RN SUPERVISOR NEEDED
Full time with benefits
8 &12 hour shifts available.
Fax resume to
386-364-5174

Apply mn Person at:
Suwannee Heath and Rehab
1620 E. Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32064
386-362-7860
.EOE/D/V/M/F

04.531067
Part time Front Office Staff.
Medical Manager ex]) a must,
cardiology exp desired.
plmerc~pmail.com or
386-487-0118, ext 312


SPECIL
Mow, edge, weed eat, blow.
Price $20. and up.
Reside tal /Cmmercial

386-623-4353

Custom Cuts Lawn &r Landscape.
Customized lawn care, trimming,
sod, design. Comm'1 & Res'd. Lic.
& in~s. 386-7.19-2200 Iv msg.

Services

Housekeeping. 10 years exp.
Great references & Great rates
Detail Wrork! !! CALL ME!
386-755-6369 or 209-0435

Land Services

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


.FACTORY REBATE
2009 3/2, 1,200 sq. fCt., modular
Cabinets, crown mounding, inany
upgrades. All thisifor only
$39,900! Inciludes.CHA, likirting,
asteisset-up/deliver.
Call Eric at 386-719-5560

Pick a foor pla a c Eric to
get a ROCK BOTTOM price.
386-719-5560
Ar Land Equity A
Use your land w/eqiiity to buy a
home w/no money down!
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
"TRADE IN"
99' 28" x 56", 3/2 with fireplace, a
MUST SEE! at $36,900 Includes:
CHA, skirting, steps, set-up,
Call Eric@386-719-5560
"TRADE IN"
'99, 14 X 70, 3/ rd to
sell at $19,900. Includes CHA,
skirtmng, steps, set-up.
Call Eric at 386-719-556-
"CWOW"'
2009 Models starting at only
$21,900 for a 2/2 and $23,900) for
Sa 3/2. Call Eric before you.buy to
SAVE $1,000's (386)719-5560


Classified Department: 755-5440


7 Temporars Farm W'orkerj and
Laboreri. for Crops needed
Employment dates are 05S/25/1XI~9
cultitate, c-ur house. and strip
tobacco. Workers will work mn
hav and strawv Workerj mal
operate Miachinery. Guaranteedl 3/4
of contrcl i hourly All tools
provided at nocost. Free housing
provided for non-commuting
workers. Transportation and
subsistence reimbursed to worker
upod! completion of 50% of
urtit 6pay rafe is $7h205 per
depending on crop activity and/or
wrork location Appbeants sh uld
report or send a resume to the
Nearest Florida Agency of
Workforce Innovation office and .
rfrnek jo Mero# KY37560. -

Greenville,KIY :
8 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Grops.needed.
Employment dates are q5/8~/200R '
-1'/25/'009 W'orkers wll plant.
cultil ate, cut, house. ~~j
..tobacco. 'Guasant2f e4 ~I
.conwcr h.us: h U16 I5 ro*~~Y Lde
.i no cost Free housing pko Ie
T~fr oa caommtn u akrst e
reimbursed to worker upon
completion of 509'i of contract
Pay! rate is $7.25 per hour.
Applicants should report or send a
resume to the nearest Georgia
Florida Agency of Workforce In-
novation office and reference job
order # TN3456505.
I:Lolig &Jackson Farms, LLC -- _
CedarHll.TIV 1
Mystery Shop hers earn up to
$100 per day4 Linder coter shp-
pers needed to judge retail &r
d lining establishments Euperience
NOT req'd Call1- 888-697-6576.


FUBLIMIER'S INUTE I
Florida Law 828.29 re ires dqgs
and ~cats b iig sold t be' 11 east 8
icetificate from a licensed
veleri~narin documenting rhey
.havie mandatory shots and are
free from intestinal and external
pEarasites. Many species of wild-
life pluistbe licensed by Florida
Fish and Widlie I iouaare


Found: Female German shepard
mix. Cooler. No ID. Close to US90
& Avy 100 )split. Call to identify .
386-623-3646 or 352L665-0717 :

FOUND: White female cat.
Around Carupnter Rd. off CR 2-10
Call between 9ant & 9pm to
Identify. 386-758-3.599


OfficaglBelp Wfinted Kilowledge
of Computers. Web pages, Interiet
FTR UDNS Web Design, Payroll,
Typing & Data Entry. Non
Smoking environment. Faxt resume
,386-362-2265 -McAlp~illarea.


2465
April 24, 2009
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORD~IJANCES BY THE C~ITY
COUNCIL' OF THE CITY OF
LAKE CIY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ordinances, which titles hierein-
after appear, will be considered for
enactment by the City Council of the
City of Lake City, Florida,9atatpu7 3
pm. manngs soan thereafter as the
matters can be heard, in the City
Council Meeting Room,.City Hall lo-
Scated at 205 North Marion Avenue,
Lake City, Florida. Copies of said
ordinances may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the City Clerk, City Hall located at
205 North Marion Avenue, Lake
City, Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the' ordinances.
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-1171


LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2009


1 0 Oopbportunities





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*58,6881 *SO,5TT
2004 C0Uy2 2008 Chevrolet Uplander
Monte0 Carlo 88 FRi~jii~

Slk #t P9010

12000 Chevrolet Impala 200 0Chevrolet Impala


Stk. # P9015
*ns,SSe
2005 GMC Sierra 1500


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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2009


Classified Department: 755-5440


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CREW 2007 Toyota Tacom

Etry. C,es
Satellite (
Radio, Onstar
M8RP r8J
'80,21l5 SALE PRICE oo17 chevrolet Avalanche
.wedhlllim.


DI.Y EDII~E ACCARI HAS TE BESTr~g PRICE ONTHBST
SELECTION OF QUIl.ITY PREOWINED VEHICLES llTOWKIN
Sale prices are after all available rebates,discounts, and coupons. Subject to availablility,' tax, tag, batt fee, notary & doc fee (895) are not included.
0% for terms of 36 months-72' months. Available only in lieu of rebate, can't use rebates with 0% offers. W.A.C. Art for illustration only.


Please return this completed entry form to th~e
corresponding merchant. Entries must be received by the
close of business on April 30th, 2009 to be eligible for the
I Lake City Reporter's Vacation Give-Away.
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Maiu, Traverse &, Silverado 4 -

SI:;lk #t P9013 ~,8

2007 Ford Fusion 2000 Chevy HHR


ENTRY

FORM


Phone Numb
Address :
Subscriber:













640 lif~Homes
$$$$ IST Time buyers program.
we have several programs to help
1st time buyers plus government
assistance up to $8000.
CallI Eric for Details 386-719-5560
NO MONEY DOWN!.
If you own your land. Nothmng
down & interest rates as low as
4.75%/. ACT FAST to save. Call
Eric at 386-719-5560
MODULARS
We specialize in all types of
modular housing. Any' floor plan
Will beat any price .
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
2br/2ba. Set-up, CH&A,
Skirting & Steps,
$29,900.
Call Jared.@ 386-719-5560
5br/3ba on your property.
$0 down @$565. mo.
4br/2ba only $299. mo.
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
SFHClakecity.com
Where the best built, best priced &.
best serviced homes are sold.
~Call Jared @ 386-719-5560

.2300' sq ft. 4bdr/Land. 53,500 ~n
$599mo. Jared @ 386-719-5560

650 MobebiHomb


720 ("' id Apts.
1 BR/1BA, fully furnished Apt.
$160 weekly/$160 deposit. Satel-
lite TV & DVR. Utilities included-
Please call 352-239-0209
2br Apartment to Share. $495.
mo.-all utilities. New Gated com-
plex, next to Middle School. Pool
& Exercise room. 386-566-0201

H7m Fo Ref~Rdnt
3BR/1.5BA.
$725MO + Deposit.
Beautiful Country setting
386-344-2972
3BR/2BA CentralAC, Big yard.
$900. mo.1st,1last &
security. 560 SE St. Johns St.
_386-697-8893 or (305)962-2666
3BR/2BA House.Ft. White 2 car
Garage fenced back yard, washer
dryer. $875 pno. No Pets. 1st, last
& deposit. 386-867-1212. -
.3BR/2BA, 2400 sq ft. Quail
'Heights. 290 SW Leisure Dr.
$1,2`00 mo. plus deposit.
386-752-6062
3Br/2B, Neivr Home
off Country Cltib -(near 252), .
$0 SD p. o eetsP! 3 64815
4BR/2BA w/sunroom, 1 ac,
big yard. Dishwasher &i stove.
$1,100. mo. Deposit negotiable.
386-758-9397


790 Vacation Rentals

Spring Special Horseshoe Beach
Gulf Front 2br home, w/lg water-
front porch, dock, fish sink. Avail
Swkends. $345. or wk $845.
(352)498-5986/386-235-3633

805 tots for sale
3/41 acre. trees Iponsblhl spil into 2
lob~l -75& UCS Hw\90(,area High
& Drl At Homes & Mlodi OK:
Gary Hamilton I 38617iS5-9824
PUiBLISHER'S NOTE
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newspaper is subject to the fisr
housing act w which mak~ei it legal
to adiertise 'any preference.
lImitation. or discrimination based
disabl\ Iface. la Itd o r Snetlon-
al origi: or an) rnmennlon to make
such preferences. lmlrallon or
discrimmanlon Famlllal status
Includes children under the age of
18 li\ ing with parents or legal
cujtodlans. pregnant women and
people zecurng@ cujtods of chil-
dren under the age at 18( Thlj
newspaper will not know mgll
accept any advertismg for real es-
tle w8lc i rn eilrono
Iorowed Iha aUl welirng ad<~r
ble on an equal opportunity! bails
T~o complain of dlsrinminanlon call
HUiD toll free at 1 -800,-669-9777,
the toll free
Ielepphonedn mb~er o the hang


810 Home for Sale

3Br/2B a with Appilances busht
on your lot. $59,900 Vljlt
www duprrdconstruction com
or call 9(M1-259-5008
4 Bd 3 Ba 'Foreclosure'
Only $217/Mlo! 59~ dn.


BANK FOdECLOSURE!!
6 Br 3ba! Only $27.900'
Mlust See. for Insungs
800-366-9753 ext 921
INrCOMIE PROPERTY~
3/' Block. 5 AC. newr carpet. new
pamil m & out, extra P/Pseptic: &
well. Presently rented 877-231-
0080 or 386-7541-0800, 5125.000O
NOW~ is the nme to purchase
that New~ home located in Lak~e
Jeffre\; area This 3/2 bnck on
1/2 ac a'n/los of extras awan1 )our
review~. Only 52 17.0001.
7 da~ A5 Par Se.0nc.
.REDUICED! Owner Mlotl\ ated
2brr!2ba on 10 ac a/garage. 2 our
bulldmngs $16.900I Wtll consider
an! reasonable offer 386-935-420(5








820 Farmsa





8 COMMercial
Property


Noth lorda3

-~ r~ Bh


952 0 .s &hI rt ",:
1998 Ford Explorer 2 dr Sport.
Ori ial owner, automatic, runs
good 6tran needs r ve~rs 4b6 liter
386-984-5212


3/2 Modular, 1/2 acre. Concrete
Foundation, decks &r mbre. SALE
5% Rate Veterans, $0 down
SAVE NOW! 386-758-9824 Gary

705 Booms for test
Weekly Efficiency Apt.
S$125. weekly or $499. monthly
TV, Microwave, refrigerator,
furnished. 386-758-8080 .
7 Unfernished Apt :
For R~ent~ I.
.$299 ~MOVES YOU'TN
1BR APARTMENT
FREE RQEN~T
386-758-8029


BRANFORD AREA! 29R/IBA,
a ll itilites, water, electric included
in monthly rent. Security, $700 per
month 386-590-06412 or 867--1833
CLEAN 3BD/2BA home. good~
neighborhood. $875.00 rent, ,
$595.00 security deposit. ~
Call 963-4974 for details,
Enrcincy Apt. All unllitcie Lncl
2.5i mt from VA. Pers OK
Mlonthl! or weekl) Renials
n 6151943-18'5
NEW, 3 BR/)BAj, I;240 SQ FI
SCustom trim, itabinets, stainless
.appliances`, well, 1/2ac,latids'cap-
ed close to I-75. $1I.050/mo. 1st
last, dep. 38t6-623-6066


SNex to VA! Large 2br/2ba. CHA.
iarge~ lichen. detached office
/shop. fenced yard. Available June
30,. 5795 mo. (813',784-60117
V ~ERY' NICE newrer
3br/-'ba house for rent in rown
$1000 mo and $1000 dep.
386-487-0599
WOO)D FIL4MIE Home 2br/1ba
All appliances. CH/A4. 886 NE
SChere Lane )-491)o rn7 Ad300


740 Fu~rRnised
GUiEST HOUSE, charmmg 2
jtory. 2br/1ba screened porch, nd;
pets, )500 per month O'Briedi
(near Branfordl Call 935-0268



043 sinceleW r hqutse :



Onc Space for Leas Bl Ae


900l~ hqf /5600 mo. or 1,800 sq
FIh /d 1.100 mo. incl. basic urilities,
S High speed interne & jecurits
ready; Furnrihetd: 386-752--1072


$49Mover yo in!!!
F REE RENT

20 FREo lha n I l
N~2EW 2BRAPS.
W~asher/Di-yer Hook-Ups
SECURITY GATE -- POOL
Furnlshed A~pt Alailable'
Call .'a~ 386-75J-1800

www-.wai nd sora rmsa pts.com

1; Ir: /Ort~icez, Newr CalrpetAC,



Downtown Loc~uian. Clean..
$600 mo. plus Seccirit
ucO PETS Call 386-755-J456
2hir/2ba with loft on
4 acres, 5650O.mo.
Includes water, selver, & trksh~.i
Call Michelle 386-752-9626


Onice Space located at Oakhill
Plaza on Hwy 411. 900 sqft.
Ca 1Bo 36 71086
OFFICE SPA E onLk Desoto
SPlease call for details.
386-344-1-972
Orlfice/Warehouse on Branford
Hwyv. 1/4I mi south of Balscom
Norris. I300+ sq ft. mple
parkmg. 56i50. mo. 386-758-7522-
OFFICES FOR RENT- 100 sql.ft
or~tice setup for medical use wubl 8
exam rooms, 51.50:0 per month
hASti69818 Alio otlice with I,200
sq.ft for rent. 51.000 per month.
AfLSte69817 Both are localred m
Livre Oak. Call Poole Realh, Inc ,
386-3;2-15 39 .

SRetail Space;
Heavy traffic area
800 Sf. & 1600 Sqft. ~
Call for quotes 1-800-34 -0135 )
SSPACE AVAILABLE .
2000 sq ft. Fornierly doctors
office on East Bayia.
904-579-6i645 weekdays.
weekends call 386-497- 762
}Varehouse /Boat Storage Space
for lease, 100 sq. ft. to 20,000 sq
ft. avrail. Starting at .05 per sq. ft.
386--867-4784


g ~lo
PRICED REDUCED
LIS 90 I 83 Acre 5795.000)
/ 17000 sq. it. Warehouse
/ Offc /rra 80 sq ft

Tom Eagle GRI
386-755-5110
Daniel Crapps Agency Reallor


940 11-ucks
1998 FORD F-150O. Extra cab.
5 speed AC. V-6. Alelalic blue.
Mlust See!! Runs Good'!
53.895i OBO 386-755-5226


950 cars for sale
Acura Integra 96 5500~'
Police Impounds!
for listings
:800-366 9813 ext A834

k Easy Auto Loans
Bad Credit OK- 99% approval
$500.00 down. Call Ken
352-486-1331 or 352-949-9098
Honda 95 Civic $500!
PohiceItnpounds from $500!
for listings
.800-366-9813 ext A760


A 4BR 3B~A HUD HOME!
ONLY $217/ino!! ;
5%dn 15yrs @. 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782
LargeBDelu eApts,G2 BR/15 to
hook-up, from $650 + SD. (386)
965-5560, 965-027,or 466-7392.
SPRING SPECIAL
On~e month FRE~E! 2br/1ba from
$550/mo. plus security.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626

720 "'"i ~dp s.
SBR At. fr rent. Snir
electr~id included: $650. mo -
$400 security. 386-963-3557


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::SAcflARRIS (Nov.
22-Dec. '21): 'You~ may be
taken by surprise when ::a
personal mai~tter ,results .in
unexpected .chaiige~s,.Yqu
mustn't take a' Bsis that'
will cost yJou emotionally. If
you love-Isomeony;=llet-him
..or her~.now~howju~ yo~u feel.
This is not the time to play
games.;i ..
CAPRICORN (Dec.
22-Jan. 1.9): 1Avoid a con-
:frontation with someone
you.have to deal with ~daiy.
A friend, felative or ne~igh-
bor is :likely to do spme-
thing that' upsets youj An-
ger is not the answer. Find
a, solution that will wor~k
well for evei-yone.'~ Ak
AQUqRpS (Jan. 20-
Feb.' 18)~i Find ~:out~ the
facts firsthand. Yoix have to
be willing to listen to both
sides of a ~story. Invt and
Sromance are iti the stars, so
plan~ an interesting evening
with fr-iends, your lover
or a singles organization.
PISCES (Feb. 19-
March 20): 'Go back and
take a look at an old project
you never quite got off the
ground. You will get a sec-
ond chance to develop it.
Reconnect with anyone you
need to have in your life
in order to follow through
with your plans. AAA~


~ .ARIES (March ~21-
SApril 19): Get your facts
.and figures straight arid
prepare to fight back in any
situation ,spinninlg out of
.: ontrol. Put an sixd to ru-
mors or injustice. Youe an
wini if you stand up for your
rihsand your. beliefs.
TIAURUIS (pi -
May 20): Take everyone
ana & 1y surprise and make some
unexp~ete~d changes. Your
inconsistency will confuse
an~iyone trying to dismantle
your plans. A trip can be
planned that will bring you
pleasure and connect yrou
with new friends. ***
GEMINI (Mar :21-
SJune 20): Yobur flirtatious
pe'rsonality,will attract a lot
a~of attention as well as inter-
ested suitors. Be careful not
to send ~the wrong signal
.Be open and,honest about
~rt your status and personal
lie** .
CANC:ER (JuSine 21-
~~Cf. July 22): Hy jou take thing*
too' seriously, yoit will leave
yourselflopen to ridicule. A
show of emotions over a sit-
'I) nation atwork or with ~peo-
pl~Ie you deal ~with daily will
put you in a weak position.
Rely on~someone you trust
to give~ you insight. **
LE(P ](Julyr 23-Au~g.
22)! Winnings, favlois, gifts
or money, are in the star~s.


TH.i:riE. AAST WORD
SEu~genia Word -
Get out and show everyone
what you have to offer'and
'let the rewlai~ds flow: back to
Syou. Yiou can make a rbla-
tionship you are in better -or
find a new lover, if you al-~e
'single. AAAA4
VIR~rO (Airg. 23-Sept
22): By ~changiilg your sur-
roundings or four lifestyle,
Syou .will, appreciate what
you have. VisitIingsomeore
you don't see often will be
an eye-opener. Over~spenid-
Sing will cause problems and
.regrets. AA~ .
TSM (Sept. 23-Oct
22):.D~on't take unneces-
sitry tisks or givre ini to any-
one, asking you to pay his
or her way. A probleni with
someone `your) 'work with
may' have m~ore to do with
~thed chemistry between
you. Don't give the wrong
impression. -AAt.
SSCORPIQ Oc. 23- ~
Nov. 21): You may 1
broadsided by a problem
you didn't realize existed.
Pay attention to the people
you live with or are close
to. Neglect may be an is~site
if you have been too busy :
with yoitr own projects or
too friendly with some.
.one with ulterior motives.


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