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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
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Language: English
Creator: Lake City reporter
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City, Fla
Publication Date: April 26, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Fort W~hite baseball team
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reSidents

Local banke has
received rnore
than 100 c~hecks.

By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakcecityreport~er~com
Last -y~ear~ Peoples' State
Baniak received mlore than
10(5 fake checks that were
ulsed in seams sent torurisus-
pecting senior citizens and~
loalresisdent g.Ad Chief
:~; Executive Officer of `
Peoples State think Tholnas
Al. Riberd II said tellers at
.the baulk see one of thle take
check~s at least every other
wee ille ch kcl scam has
been a po~pular can since
the economy\ has soured as
thotisands -of people ~have
been sent the ;chieck~s with
hopes of cashing them.
"if it seems too goocl.
to b6e rule, it usually is."
Riberd said, as he browsed
through a group of c.heck~s
"' that custo~mers had-lbrocught
to the b~ark.

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Riherd said- techlinology,
such as highl quality- laser
printers and the 'increas-
ing aviaillibilit`o at dality
paper used for checks, are
Contributing faictors to the i~
increase in th~e number
of fake .checks circulating
1 throughbitt the nation.
The people that are.
doing this aren't sending
Zhem to one section, they're
sending the~m a'll over the
country," he :said, noting
last year one scain .was
focused ore checks dtrawif
fr-om Peoples S ~tate~ Bnk.
"In that case we saw~ about
100 checks come in. They
(scammers) are prey~ing off
the greed of' people.-
Mlai\- of the checks taken
to local banks werle received
1/hroughi the mail. Often tle
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Legendary locat
coach M/ike Hunlter .,
reclaimns the field.

By TIM tKIRBY
tki~rbyl~akcityre orter comi
FO)RT IIfHITE --

dutyi and an
itch to scratch. ~
,a coaching
1 W ith RdinoSaur isese
-;dusting off his wh-listle.
Illien For~t White Mliddle
Schoo-l's football team takes
the field for spring practice on ;
:Friday, it \\ill be Coach Alik~e
Hunter putting them through-i .
their paces.
,FoH r t nh idh coach ft~er the 2006li season.
He and w~if-e Brendal bought
S:a motor home fo~r traveling
lund for taking trips to watBchl : :
daughter K~all play sof~tball
alt Lak~e-Sumnter Community;
College.
Current Fort WVhite coach
Demetric Iackson, w~ho played
under Hunter in middle
school, invited his o~ld coach
.o~catch son D.J. and fellow;
fourth-gradlers play' f-ootball
la t falld Demetric wrhenl that
group comes~ thr-oughl middle
school. ift'he opportunity
arises. I wouldn't mlind getting
back in it." Huniter said. "There
wrere several players on! the
team that I coached their
parents and they looked like a
good gro~up."
Hunter wasnn't the onlyl one
thinking along those lines.
Fort W\hite Mliddlle School
Principal B~essie Whlitfieldl was
wvay ahead of' him.
"Duning the middle of
the season, M'rs. 111xitfeld
approached mne." Hunter said.
"Shle is a pretty persistent lad-.
andi before I krlne it I heard I
had taken thle position.:'





Coach Hunter
~': excplpins the
,Pro .RT 38 sweep
: ly in the
lockter room at: i
Fort White.
The veteran -.
'coach will
: return to the l
sideline this
year to guide
the middle
school' football
team. lt 12 ~~


TONY BRITTILake CityReporter
Adora Obi Nweze, guest
speaker at Saturday's
NAACP Freedom Fund
Luncheon at the Richardson
Community Center, delivers
her speech to a crowd of
about 200.

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annlw~erSa~y.
B TONY BRITT ~

Arlora, Obi Nw~ere spent-
y.,;3ears oft hler life working
as an educator.
Saturday as the keynote
speaker for the 27th Annual
Columhbia County NAAZCP
Branlchi Freedom Fund
Luncheon, she brushed' off
those teaching skills and
educated a crowd of close
to 200 people aboutt the
hliston- of the National
Assciaion For the
.Advancement for Colored
'People during her address.

"Vtfe always
appreciatee the
.tu~rnoutt we
have, especially
our elected
.officials.~

-- John F. Mayo,
branch president,
Columbia ~County NAACP
T'he annual Freedom
Fund Ltincheon was held
Saturday at the Richardson
Community Center -where
Slocal! N\AACP represen-
*tatives hon~ore-d local
residents for achieve-
Sments -during the year
as well as celebrated the
organization's centennial
anniversary. The Freedont
..Fund Luncheon serves
as the local organization's
largest annual fundraiser.
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Coach Mike Hunter will lead the Fort White Middle School football team after
hanging up his whistle in 2006 as the Fort White High School head coach.
In addition to being persistent. His early days *
10t~itfeld has a comlpetitive streak
and Indians football at that level Hunter played football
w~as not where she wanted it. at Columbia H-igh and w~as
--I am so excited about being a sophomore on the state--
able to recruit C~oach Hunter back c-ham~pionship teamn in 100,;. He
into coaching." Whlitfield said. "I graduated in 1Il1,0 and accepted a .
w;as al~ays impressedl with his football scho~larship to F-loridla State.
abilities. W~e are looking. forward Injury ended Hunter 5
to a succe~ssful football season and college career, but her stayed on
w~e are certanl- looking to be more
competitive." HUNTER iwontinuedc on1 ".-


Lake City
Police
Department
Capt. Rudolph '
~ Davis poses for
a picture with
a department
cruiser. DaviS .
was promoted
From lieutenant
to a captain in
the department
April 20.


: 9-year; vete-url alsO
had s ~yar career
irt the U.S.:military.
sy ToNY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
Lake City Police Department
officer Rudolph Davis Sr. has
been promoted to the rank of
captain,
Theannouncementcamefrom


department's newest captain,"
Davis said. "I thihk I have a
lot to offer and a lot of exp~eri-
ence`to share with the officers
underneath me."
Davis, 50, is a 19-year .vet-
eran with the Lake City Police
Department. After graduating
high school he joined the mili-
tary for more than six years
before landing a job with the
DAVIS continued on 7A


Lake City Police Department
Chief Gary Laxton's office
Friday riorning, although Davis
was initially promoted Monday,
April 20. As a captain, Davis
is on a six-month probationary
period in the new position. The
captain slot was opened when
Capt. Bruce Charles retired in
March. Davis will be the cap-
tain of the patrol division of
the police department.
"I look forward to being the


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"LTo them God has chosen to make
known among the Gentiles the
glorious riches of this mystery, which
is Christ in yo~u, the hope of glory.
WNe proclaim him, admonishing and
teaching everyone with all wisdom,
so that we mnay present everyone
perfect in Christ."

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CORRECTION

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items. If you have a concern, question or suggestion, please
call the executive editor. Corrections and clarifications will
run in this space. And thanks for reading.


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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL & STATE SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2009


Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424


Columbia County area,"
she said. "A lot of new-
comers are coming into the
area and even folks who
have lived here for awhile
- sometimes don't under-
stand the need for prote'ct-
ing the springs and how
their' everyday activities
impact the springs.
"We .wanted to raise
some awareness and have
a fun day of education and
activities that would raise
awareness and also educate
people on what they can do
everyday to help protect .
the springs now and in the
futuree"
Barney Barnard attend-
ed Saturday's Spring Fling,
as well as Saturday's other
local environmental event,
the Four Rivers Audubon's
breakfast andbirding event,
at Alligator Lake, where 23
people traversed the area
looking at birds.
"WIe had a nice event,"
Barnard said. "We wvalked
around the trails with Jerry
`Krummerich who led the
tour. We had a very nice
late breakfast." I


By TONY BRITT
thritt@lakecityreporter. com

The importance of
Ichetucknee Springs .in
the Suwannee Valley area
served as a centerpiece
event Saturday at the Lake
City Mall where exhibits
were set up emphasizing
the ~area. and giving reasons
to protect the springs.
Cindy Johnson, The
Ichetucknee Partnership
(TIP) coordinator, said
organizers hope to estab-
lish an annual event based
on Saturday's Spring Fling,
"The event is designed to
raise awareness of springs
protection in, the area and
tell what individuals can do
to help with the protection
of the springs," she said.
Johnson estimated that
more than 100 people vis-
ited the displays at the mall
during the first two hours
of the event. Displays and
exhibits were set up by a
variety of groups promot-
ing positive stewardship of
area lands and waterways.
Steven Earl, a park


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TONY BRITTILake City Reporter
John Breitberd, 7, gets a pair of sunglasses from Cindy
Joh'nson, The Ichetucknee Partnership (T.P) coordinator, .
during Saturday's Spring Fling at the L~ake City Mall.


ranger with the Florida
Parks system, was at the
event signing copies of
his newly released book,
"Ichetucknee Sacred
Waters."
~The' book has been 23
years in ~the, making," he
said. 'tIfirst conceived of
making this the ~book that
long ago and started taking
the pictures at that time.
The book contains pictures
from my original concept


through the present. It's
primarily a pictorial book
with intentions of inspiring
people to spend more ;quiet,
contemplative and spiritual
time at the river."
Johnson said it was
important to hold the event
to provide public educa-
tion. ..
"fIchetucknee springs is
:probably the most impor-
tant natural resource to
this North Florida and


PATRICK SCOTTISpecial to the Reporter


AHl in a day's work
Albert Sand age (left) and David Morrell remove carpet
Saturday at 399 SW Hernando Ave. during a home remodel
for the the new location of the Pregnancy Care Center.
More than 25 volunteers including, at least six different
contractors, helped, in the renovation. The volunteers also
built two raised flower bed boxes fo~r the Veterans' Domiciliary
while doing the remodel. The flower bed ~boxes were 8 feet
long by 3 feet high. The beds were created so disabled
veterans could grow flowers.



Town Hall meeting set.


revoked. -
Lake City
Police Department
Pi Ronnie Micha'el Philman
Jr., 20, no address given,
aggravated battery (domestic
violence), possession of
Cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
M Danny D. Bright, 19,
10651 Ogalla Avenue,
Jacksonville, leavire the
scene of a wreck with "
property damage, reckless
driving and resisting arrest
without violence.
M Leon D. McCuthen, 24,
257 SW Miurray Terrace, -
warrant: Violation of .
probation on original charge
of dealing in stolen property
(two~ counts).
M Chasity Rachell
M~itchell, 22, 435 NW
Bascom Norris Drive,
warrant: Violation of
probation on original charge '


of burglary of a dwelling and
possession of cocaine.
Monday, April 20
Columbia County
.Sheriff~s Office
SWalter Jordan Allan, 23,
2903 SW County Road 245'
grand theft auto.
MCarl Jackson Farrar, i.
51, 1700 Bristol Road,
Willacuchee, Ga., driving
while license suspended/
revoked (seventh offense).
SWilliain Isiah Gomillion,
24, 948 NE Okinawa
St., warrant: Violation bf
probation on original Charge
of felony battery.
Tuesday, April 21
Lake City .
SPolice Department
,M Ashley Marie
Whitehead, ~23, 136 SW Mule
Skinner Courti fraudulent use
of' a credit card.

WFrom staff reports.


19, 177 SW Edna Court,
felony battery. .
aLedell Antoine Phillips,
19, 380 NW Canton Lane,
,robbery while armed
(principle) and aggravated
battery With a deadly weapon
(principle).
SKari Marie Gardner, 25,
104 Gunter St., St. Marys,
Ga., warrant: Violation of
probation on original charge
of grand theft.
Sunday, April 19
Columbia County
Sheriff's Office
SBambie Rae Mixon,
27, 152 NE Diane Terrace,
warrant: Criminal mischief
(felony).
Mi Joanna M. Reeves, 49;
6099 Overseas Highway 99
East, Marathon, warrant:
Felony driving under the
influence (third offense
within 10 years) and driving
w'~hile license suspended or


Arrest Log
The following information
was provided by local law
enforcement agericies. The
following people have been
arrested butnot convicted-.
All people are presumed
innocent uhtiproven gu ilty
Friday, April 17
Columbia County
Sheriff's Office
SVincent Linard James,
28, 106 Milton St., warrant:
Battery on a law enforcement
officer, fleeing a police officer
S(felony) and driving while
license suspended/revoked.
SFrancis Eugene Wiley,
38, Taylor Correctional
Institute, Perry, warrant:
Third-degree grand theft and '
uttering a forgery.
Satus'day, April 18
SColumbia County
'Sheriff's Office
SJoey Wesley Williams,


Community Center, 255 N'E
Coach Anders St.
Marc .Fomby, a profes-
sional trainer, consultant
and motivational speaker
who provides workshops,
education, seminars and
presentation will be the
keynote speaker.
For more information
on the -event, caillProject
CAT~h at 755-8192.


From staff reports
The Columbia County
Safe and Drug Free Schools
Advisory Council is spon-
soring a Monday night
town hall meeting for local
parents and youth advo-
cates.
The event, "Hip-Hip and
Teen Sexuality Let's Get
Real" will take place 6-7 p.m.
Monday a~t the Richardson


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Sunday, April 26, 2009


.lot of Columbia
County ladies,
Including some
of the wealthiest,
gaebirth to their
babies at home until Lake Shore
Hospital opened in the 1930s.
Midwives women wiho
assisted women in childbirth
attended diiany of these
home deliveries, and typically, .
physicians were called in only
if there: was trouble with the
delivery.
R ebecca Singleton vias one .
of these early midwives, and in
her 50 years as a midwife, she
delivered over 500 babies, She,
like niany~ of thlese~ midwives,
wvas black, and they helped
deliveri lioth back and white
babies,
She, along with dozens of
other black women, learned
her midwife skills by helping
older midwives and at seminars
offered lit Edward Wiaters
College in Jacksonville.
Rebecca stayed bitsy-
delivering other people s babies,
but she also 'tooki time to have a
baby of her own, a fine daughter
Sshe~ named Mildred who grew
up to become ~an educator.
Mildred Singleton Bennett
was no ordinary educator-. She
studied at the floctoral level at
Columbia Univ~ersity, then came
.home and became a legend in
lopal black education.
.A superb teacher- rom her
first day, 1V~ildred theh became
an outstanding principal at the -
Fort W~hite~ Bethlehem School,
Altogether serving our school -
Ssystem for 38 years.
1 1ildred is now deceased bui
her meinory. lives on thanks
to an annual scholarship~ at
FWHS named in her honor, a
scholarship started by some of
Usher former students whose lives
she had helped. .
Like Mother, like dau~ghiter.
One a midwife, the other an
Educatorr' and both leaving their
good marks on families all over
our county. .

History flashbacks
W 198'I: Harvey-Campbell


a school bus loaded with .
Children collided on the last ,
day of school at Mason City. A
somber notation written on the
photograph of the wreck said,
S"Some died, more may die from
injuries. Some may be crippled
Sfor life." v
M 1984: The Columbia
County Quarterback Club and
CHS dedicated a weight training
facility on the CHS campus.
At that time, David Ellis was
CHS principal, Bob Simmonsl
,was CHS head football coach
a8nd athletic director, and John
Robertson was president ofth~e
Quarterback Club.
1985: The Columbia
SAquatic Complex was dedicated.
Three officials who spoke were
Supt. Silas Pittman, Mayor
:Gerald Witt, and Aquatic
Committee Representative,
Becky Todd. ,
1969: Hazel I'ruluck,
now principal of Fort White
Elementary School, was
secretary and also valedictorian
of the list.senior class to'
graduate from the "old" FWHS.

Three logical signs
a Slogan of Michael Patrick `
Studios at 3133 North Marion:
If your hair is not becoming
to you, maybe you should be
coming to me."
a Motto of Howard's Septic
Tank Service: "Nobody sticks
their nose in our business."
M Message on the First
SBaptist' Church marquee: "WYe're
not Dairy Queen but you'll love
our Sundays!"

Roasting` a coach
When onek of our coaches
Srtrd ayyr go
pron moning the r 'atquoted
General Douglas M'acArthur's
saying, "Old soldiers never
die, they just fa e away, ten
jobn ~ phraphraseddi,"~

just smell that way."-

a Morris williams is a local
historian and long-time Columbia
County resident.


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williams_h2@flmn~edu
372 W: Duval St
Lake City, FL 32055

resigned froni the Lake City
Reporter after eight years as
sports editor. He is now the
Tourist Development Director.
1979: Skip Johns (CHS
S1971) and the Travelers of Lake :
City made history: by becoming
the fist Florida Blue Grass
Band to play on the Grand Ole
Opryr.
1971: The Lake City
Jaycees named Summers
ElMementary teacher Barbara
SThomas the county's -
.-Outstanding You~ng Editcator
This prompted Congressman
Don Fuqua to write,
S"Congratulations, Barbara! You
can be proud of this wonderfull .
'`horior and I am sure your pupils
are proud, and grateful too, for
such a fine teacher."
S1999: These outstandin~Ig
teachers retired frdlm our
school system: M.O. Becnel,
Bill Colvin, Sandra Hollow~ay,
Mervin Jones, John Justice,
Carolyn May, and Cathy
.,Persons. :
: 1856: The First
:'Presbyterian: Church of. Lake- -
C';ity was originally organized '
on May 30, 1856, as the
SFirst Presbyterian Church of
~,Alligator, East Flor-ida,, with
eight members. '
20j07: The Sols of
' Confedei-ate' Veterans and
the United Daughter~s of
Sthe Confederac. 'dedicated
a headstone for Privath Jon ~
(JUonathan) R Williams of the
4th Georgia Regimnent Cavralry'
Co. K, tit the Prospect Primitive
SBaptist Church on Comiity Road
135( (Woodpecker lioute) ~in
Hamilton County.
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has been accused
of being too .
.accommodating and
too Wvilling to please
in foreign affairs. But he was
quite direct in annoimcing over
the weekend that the United .
States, "with regret," would
boycott the U.N. conference on
Racism in Geneva this week.
... our participation would
have involved putting our
imprimatur on something we
Just don't believe," the president
said.
Like the U.N. commission on
human rights, the most active
players in the conference on
racism seem to be the nations
whose records least bear
scrutiny.
Since an earlier conference
on racism in 2001, which the
U.S. ended up walking out of,


authoritative.
Obama's decision to boycott
the gathering was not only right
but prescient.
That prompted 24 other
countries ~to walk out, including
some 40 diplomats from the
European Union. Even the
U.N. secretary general Ban
Ki-moon, generally reluctant to
criticize a member nation, called
Ahmadinejad's remarks "a
totally unacceptable situation."
Somie of the nations that
walked out, like Britain and
France, suggested they would
return but it will be to a
considerably diminished and
tarnished conference.
Obama may have regretted
the U.S. boycott when he
announced it over- the weekend
but it's unlikely that he does
now.
SScripps Howard News Service


some: of th~e participants have
tried to engineer language that
conflates Zionism with racism
and thus, by' extension, making
Israelis racist.
SThe U.S., not surprisingly, '
.finds this totally unacceptable
as it did attempts by Muslim
nations to effectively outlaw
criticism of Islam, the prophet
Muhammad the Danish
cartoons still rankle and
Sharia law. And the tone of
the conference is that racism
and intolerance are largely the
problem of the- developed West.
The U.S. is not alone in
boycotting the conference.
Eight other nations Australia,
Canada, Germany, Israel, Italy,
the Netherlands, Poland and
New Zealand did too, meaning
whatever the final document
the conference produces will
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nticlear accident occurred at the ~
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1m In 1989, actress-comedian .Lucille
SBall died at Cedars-Sinal IMedical
Center in Los Angeles at age 77.
W In 2000, Vermont Gov: Howrard
Dean signed the nation's first bill
allowing same-sex couples to form
Civil unions

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Mr. Rttssell .Rusts" K~oon age
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24, 2009 at Sus asnne~e Valle \
Hospice Care Center, Lake
City .Flonida after an exte~nded
battle La ith cancer. Russell was
born in Suw\annee County on
D~ecember 25, 1932 to Ben~ and
Ellie K~oon Hie was a devoted
hujsbnd. father and pap~a. He
h-ad a passion for fijhmg;. bird
Shuntmng, farmmng and.shairmig his
cropsj with all his neig~hbors and
friends He leas es behind mnan\
friends: anid one special fishing
buddy, Carl JVloore, :He was a
member and currends\ attending
The Churchi of Jesus of L~atter
Day Saints in Branford Florida.
He was p~receded in death by
his parents and brothers Roy
(Iris)'and Carl. (Sinnie) Koon
and sister Dorij (And; ) Nielson.
Survivors Inc lude~ his los inS
S'wife aiid der friend EleI~n and
children Bruce (Thelresa) N~oon
'in Atlanra Georgia.. BeveriT
(Kevin)' Relitz in Clo\ Is-
California, MichaelIDIL ori) Koon
m nBran fordFlorida. Part1C Ime n
BeaufortSouth Carolin3 and Lisa
Sriles in Indlanapolij Indiana.
He leakes 13 grandchjidren
:in 3 real-grandchildren
one brother Edwasrd Ilo\ i
N)oon and a hlost of nlreces,
nephews and other. relatile
F. imer~al services n \ill be
Scoriducted on Tuesdra! April 28-
S2009 at 11.00 am at the Chu~rch
ofLatter Day Saints Lake Cit'-
Floridai. Interment will follow
at Siloom United Methodist
'Church Gemetery. There will
be a visitation Monday April ~27
2009 from 6-8 at Guerry Funeral
Home, Lake; City Florida. In
S.1ieti of flowers the family request
Sdonations be made to Haven
Hospice Suwannee Valley Care
'Ceh~ter 6037 West US Hwy :90
, Lake City, Florida.Arratigements `
are under the direction of Gueriry
Funeral House 2659 SW Main
Blvd Lake City 386-752-2414
Mary Richardson
Mrs. Mary Richardson;, 70, olf
Lake City passed away on Friday,
Alfr~il 24, 2009 at Suwannee
V alley Care Ceilter in Lake City
aftE~r a long battle with cancer.
She was born in Levy County on
September 6, 1938 and had lived '
mlost of her life ini Lake City. She
Avas employed at the Msignplia
Restaurant for 19 years, and
itt N&W Cleaners for 19 years
u~iitil retiring in~ 2004. She was

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:a Chrijtian and ia member of
: lno ed her auds ShooeCa 1
Th~ ~Truth Seeke~lrs and The Re'd
"Hat Sweet Magnolia Bells Club.
She was preceded in death by
!her husbatid, James Ric~hardson,
Jr.~; her parents, Ross &~ Rosa
Dormines; and 2 brother. ~Shie
was. aso preceded in death' by
her first husband, Ardell Howard:
Maky is surli\ed by her siep-
son, Jimbo (Lisa) Richagdsoh
:and :step-daughter, Marcie
(Jerry Kemp, wliom she lovgd
as if they were her owh children;
grandchildren, Jacob, Micah &
Ethan Richar'dson, Brittaniy &
qMakenzie Kemp, tall of Lake
City; sisters, ~Evelyn Gifford pf
Ocala,'Lois (Edgar) McCulloug~h
of Stake, Ruby McCullough
of Jacksonville, Lirida (Ernie)
Wilson: of West Columbia, -SC,
and Angelee Odom of Lake
City; brother. Junior Dorminey ~
of Gaines\illie. a host of family
&E firinds including those from
her first .husband. Funeral
ser\ ices for Mrs. Richardson
wrill be ~ondiucted at. 11:00
~.4.5. Mlonday, April~ 27, 2009
at Hope~lill Baptist Church writh
SDr. Rodnel Baker and Relerernd
lari-u S~iealofficlating.llInermeCnt
wrill fo~llow~ a Hopetfill Baptist
.Chu~rch Certetery. Visitation
wNith the family will be held from
4:00-6:00 P.M. Sunidaj afternoon
at th' funeral hom '. In lieu 'of
flowers, doha'tions may be made
to Suwannee Valley Care' Center-
Haven Hospice, 6037 West US
HWY 90, 'Lake~ City, FL 32055 ~
or. Hopjeful Baptist Church-
Youth Building Fund, 289 SE
Hopeful Drive, Lake City, FL
32025. Arrangements are under
the direction of GATEWAY-.
FOREST L;AWN FUNERAL
HOME, -359~6 S. HWY 441,
Lake City. (386) 752-1954.
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:John Wesley Rowe
Mr.'. John W~esley Rolve, Jr., 86,
of Lake City, died late Friday
evening April 24, 2009 in the
Haven Hospice of the Suwannee
Valley. A native of Tallassee,
A-13~laba. M~r Rowe had been a
resident of' Lakle City' ~forthe past
twe nty clears having' nived here
from Arlington,~ Texas. A career
veterans ~of the Unitedl States Air
Force, Mr. Rowe served for more
than twenty years. He then went
to -work for the Flying Tigers
-(now more commollnl\ known
as Fed-Ex)~ as a lead man until
retiring and relocating to Florida.
Mr. Riowe was a member of the
FirstBaptist Chirch'of Lake City.
Mr. Rowe is survived by his
'wife,' Charlotte Rowue; a son,
Rodney. Rowe of Alvarado,
Texas; a daughter, JoAnn Brown
of Tallassee, Alabama; a sister,
Mpjary Jo Key .of Garland, -Texas;
and a brother, Warner Rowe
of. Owensville, Missouri.; Four
grandchildren and several great-
grand'childr'en' also survive
Graveside-: funeifal services `
with Full Military Honors wll
be conducted at 1:00 Phl..
Tuesday, April 28, 2009, irl lhe
Jackisonville National Cemetery ~
mi Jackso~nalle. Florlida There t
Will be rio \isnatilon In lieu of `
Flowers the famil requlests thatt
m~emorial donallonsr be maJe
to the First Baptist Chur11ch-
182 IN.E Justice Street, Lake.
City, FL 32055. Arrangements
are under the direction 6f the
DEES-PARRISI ~FAMILY
FUNERAL H EOME, 458
S. Marion Ave., Lake City.
(386)752-1234 Please sign our
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New Bethel Baptist
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2008 'Church'. Frgedom
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and- Betty Williams were
honored as NAACP .Life
Members; Bernice Presley
received the NAACP
Service Award and 'Grover
Lewis received the NAACP
Community Award. :
Following the award pre-
seixtations,. Nwere, presi-
dent of the Florida State
Conference' of NAAlCP
Branches, gave her keynote
address where she not only ,
.spoke' about .the .Columbia
County ~IAACP Branch,
but also gave a brief history
of the NAACP and high-
lighted, the organization's
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Continued From Page 1A
checks target senior citi-
zens but no one appears
to be immune from getting
them -family members of
some bank employees have
also received the checks.
Atfistg~lance, the checks
often appear to be real, but
many come from Canada or
other countries. Many have
a phone lumber from one
town and an address from
another town. Calls to the
bank listed on the checks
are often answered with a
sales- pitch telling unsus-
pecting people they've won
a contest.
Thefake checks are often
written to look like, prizes
from lottery or ashopper's
challenge asking recipients
to buy goods and send a
portion tof the 14oney back
to the home office by wir-
ing money from a personal
account. Lottery scams
often encourage tell people
they've won the money, but
they need to send a portion
-back through Money Gram .
or Western Union, for tax
purposes.
Fake checks as part of
scams have shown up at
several area banks in the
past year as the economy
has softened.
SFirst Federal Bank of
Florida President and Chief
:Executive Officer Keith


customer we feel ifs not a
legitimate transaction."
Like other bank execu-
tives, Sisco said the bank's
tellers have been trained to
spot the fake checks, but
he also cautioned custom-
ers to be careful.
"If a person didn't order
a check and they don't
know why this check
came to them, they have to
check the legitimacy of the
check," he said.
Lake City Police
Department Public
Information Officer Lt. Joe
Moody said they schemes
dealing with checks don't
just originate from mailing
Eists, but sometimes are the
i-esult of Internet schemes.
He said the Lake City
Police Department has seen
severatlof the fake checks.
"Occasionally we'll~ get
reports of fake checks, and
generally if~s from differ-
ent countries and it's all
generated through the
Internet," Moody said. "By
the time residents find out
the checks' are no good,
they're the ones that are
cashing a fraudulent 'check
so they're the first person
law enforcement contacts.
This is basically people tr~y-
ing to make a qt~iick buck. If
it looks too good' to be true,
it generally is."


department of corrections
for two years. He worked
for the Columbia County
Sheriff's Office for four
years and joined the Lake
City Police Department
inl1990.
Davis, who earned
his Associate of Science
Degree in Criminal Justice
from Ashworth University,
previously was a lieuten-
ant in the Lake City Police
Department for four years.
"I am looking forward to
working with Capt. Davis
and utilizing his experience
and talents to increase the
professional image of this
agency," Laxton said.-
A Lake City native, Davis
said his goals are if there is
a position open, to always
try to reach higher.
"If you would have asked
me when I star ted did I
ever think I would be' cap-
taiin, I would have said I
didn't see that, but I knew
that if I did my job and did
.my time, I would have that
opportunity," Davis said.
In the past few years
Davis filed grievances
against former Lake City
Police Depjartment chiefs
David Allbritton and Steven
Burch .as. well as Capt.
Bruce Charles, .who head-
edrdhe poHc Apartenta
ing discrimiination charges ~
against all three former
heads of the department.
Although Davis was pro-
moted to captain, he has
pending litigation cases
against the city~ for those
discrimination complaints.
He said he wasn't promoted .
because of~those cases, and
despite his recent promo-
tion, the cases will continue.
S"Nothing good *comes


"Nothing good
comes easy.
I stand up for
what's fair and -'
what's right, not
only for just me,
bu for the
officers. I've
always been
outspoken whe a::
it came 1
to things -.
esecally mak-
ing sure things-
were fair."

Rudolph Davis,
rcntly pooted to
cap ain LP

easy," he said. "I stand lp
for whaf~s fair and what's
right, not only for just me,
but for other officers. Eve
always been outspoken
when it came to things
- especially making sure
things were fair. I'm the
type of person who knows
this is part of the busi-
ness and I believe in doing .
whafs right and fair and
moving on without holding

ond gsi geo agreement
exists where he agreed to
drop the cases in exchange
for the promotion.
"I would never think of
dropping one of the cases
for a promotion," he said. "I
feel like in that wayr you're
selling yourself. I didn't do
it (file the .grievances) for
money, or personal' gain,
I did it, because I wanted
to fight for. what's fair and
what I believe is fair."


TONY BRITTILake City Reporter
Thomas M. Riherd II, president and CWO of Peoples State
Bank, browses through a group of fake checks brought to the
bank by customers. Last year Peoples State Bank received ~
more than 100 fake checks that were used in scams
attempting to defraud unsuspecting residents.


Vice President Larry Sisco
said a few customers have
alsobrought checks to their
various branch offices.
"If we can determine the
checks are fake, we will
advise the person niot to do it
and tell them it is a scam, or
that we feel if~s a scam and
to proceed cautiously," he
said. "Sometimes if~s impos-
sible to determine. Some
times the checks look very<
legitimate. If we can recog-
nize it as soinething that
i doesn't make sense, we'll
Story to call the bank or take
the check and put a hold
on the account and tell the


Irib~fried said the number
of bogus checks the bank
has seen generally runs
in spurts with little or no
consistency.
"It's~ really gotten worse
over the last year and a half,"
he said. "Generally speak-
ing, if you have a check or
are tryiixg to negotiate a
check that was unexpected,
then you need to be cau-
tious about it. There's just
all sort of fraudulent -activ-
ity and' everybody needs to
be very cautions about any
checks o~r fmancial informa-
lion that is unsolicited."
Columbia Banki Senior


Branch president John E
Mayo seemed pleased with
SSaturday's attenldane.
"We always appreciate
the turnout we have, espe-
;cially our elected officials,"
he said. "If~s great to have
them come. out and ;be
with us. We show them we
appreciate: them an~d they
.show~ that they're appreci ~
ating us. We loyd: to have
elected ~officials herre."
Mayo said this year's :
Freedom Fund Luncheon


included a lot history and
education ~which was. pro-
vided by local speakers as
wel1 the keynote'address. `
"Nwreze was very edu-
cational and enlightened
and brought its up to date
and educated us on some
thing's we hadn't given
too :much: thetight and it
vrias great,"' he said. "'We're
going to have :events
throughout thie rest of
this year ~celebrating our
100 years in existence."


It was some celebration
for the'^ 100th' year of the
.NAACE: I knowir that our
national leaders would be
veryi proud of this branch,
as Iaim' here in~ Florida.
I want to encourage' them i
fo keep right on bringing
the community together
and keeping Civil Rights
at the forefront so that. all
the people of Co~lumbial
County cazi enjoy the rights
of freedom."
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scholarship and graduated. He returned
to Columbia County to teach and coach.
"The thing that inspired me to go,
into coaching~, likfe so inany others, was
Coach (Paul) Quinn," Hunter said. "Coach
(Bobby Simmons) gave me a job- and I
coached at Columbia High for seven years.
I was teaching at Fort White all that time
and (Fort White) was a good fit."
While coaching football at Columbia,
Hunter also was coaching boys and: girls
basketball for Fort White. A committee
of Fo~rt White residents and school
personnel met on plans for the sch~ooland
starting football was. high on the list.
"Richard Rommne was principal and he
asked mne if I would coach if they 'got~it
started," .Hunter said. "I told him if we
can get it going, I would do it. We had
absolutely nothing but good i~deas. .
"'The community really wanted it and .
formed a booster club."
The Columbia County School Board put
in nonee. but left it up to the community -
to do the work. No problem. The Fort: -
White.,Indians fist took the field in 1983.
"It drew me a lot closer to the community
because we got sdmething we always
wantedd" Hunter said. "W7e always thoixght :
we ;vouild get the high school (closed in: .
1970) back and. my goal was to coach the ~
middle school program and be considered

nw vrs 17 orce yats 6fr uth high
school was built and Hunter was awarded
t~he coaching job. He coached Fort White
High for seven years.

Makmng a name '
Fort White Middle Scho'l was a
developing ~pipeline for Columbia High
in the day, and several player went to
Santa Fe High. Jackson \vas one of those
players that starred for CHIS.
"Prior to the middle school, Foft White
players going to Columbia were few
and far between," Hunter said. "It was
tough on them because they were behirid
(in: their trainiing)., There were a few
great athletes that rnade it like (Indians
basketball coach) Isiah Phillips."
Hunter said the first Fort White Middle
School players to move on to CHS were
M'ichael Deese, Ronnie Frazier' and
Steven Hacht.
IMore would follow, inclu~ding,a' special
group spawned by; a competition with the

bin 192, Lak~e City lkliddle School
approached Fort White..to play a football
game. Lake City sweetehepd~ the pot by ~r
.;offering not,,to pigy. its starting
'"ighth-grad 1%." a
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Coach Hunter and his team will compete
Sin the Suwannee Middle School Athletic
Conference.
Stadium and the aftermath featured
recriminations by angry Falcons parents
Sand fans.'
Hunter knew he would have to~play
Lake City straight up the next year and
Te~st a' closh game at home.
That wa~s the best team we had without
a doubt," Hunter said. 'T~hat was the only
game they lost. We had about six of those
kids thait started at Columbia High."
SFour rears later, a Columbia High tealm
with players frqm both of those middle
.schpotl teams went 14-1 and played in
the state, championship game. Hunter
-co ~ted 1 ~former Indians on the 1997


'Forward thinking
.Hunter's new team will compete in
Sthe Suwannee Middle School Athletic
Conference (SMAC), which he was
in~strtimental in starting.
S"I probably missed it more than I
thoigeht I would," Hunter said. "Varsity
head coach is a full-'time job and I didn't-
mhiss ~the time you have to prit in. I will
still have my summers and week~nds.
"It is the best of both worlds. I can get~
baick in and finish my last few years doing
something I love. It all fell into place at
Sone time.". *
~ ~As a coach at both levels, Hunter
appreciates the need of a middle school
.program to; be a subset~ of the: varsity.
~."We will do exactly what they do with the
Terminology an~d practices," Hunter- said.
S"My! job is to get them f eady for varsity."
Jackson was riot only coached by
Hunter, but served on his staff.
"Demetric helped me so much, this is
my chance~to help him,"IHunter said.,"It
will give him a little continuity and get the
'players prepared for fie~next level.
W ~e alwvays worked so good together
and I hope I can repay hiim for~the help he
gave me."'


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Indians enter
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SeCOnd seed.

By BRANDON FIHM ;.EY i; ;
bfinley~,lakecityreporter~com
Fort White High enters
the District 5-3A touirna-
ment with a 16-5 record and
is seeded second behind
tournament host Williston
High. .
The 'Indians ended the
season on a six game win-
ning streak, and lo-ok to
have some of that mornen-
tum -carry over into the dis-
trict tournament.
Much of Fort White's
succesS' could be attrib-
uted to its pitching staff,
which has three legitimate
starters.
iVIatt Hatcher leads the
lunch with a record of
5-1heading into the tourna-
ment. Hatcher had an ERA
of 2.28P during the regular
season with 26 strikeouts
Alex Gilriter and Justin
Kortessis are also viable
options. Gilmer completed
the season with a 3-1 record
and 22 stikeouts! Kortessis
was 2-2, and he had a team-
best 1.4. ERA. Kortessis
also registered 33 strike-


son ~with 24 hits and eight
RBIs. Justin Kortessis had a
.388 batting average during
the regular season with 26
hits, 2(I RBIs and two home
runs. Levi Hatcher batted
.368 during the regular sea-
son with 1;6 RBIs, 25 hits
and six hits for extra bases.
Fort White will play the
winner of P.K. Yonge and
Dixie County on Tuesday at
4 p.m. in Williston.
"Whoever we play, we
have to extend our winning
streak," coach Chad Bonds
said. "WVe need to stay hot
with the sticks, and get a
good outing from our pitch-
ing staff. We'll have to play
errorless in the infield, and
we can't give the team extra
outs. If we can mnmumze
our mistakes, I like our
chances."
Bonds hasn't decided
who will take the mound for
the Indians in the opener,
and will probably wait until
after the winner of the fist-
round game is announced.
"I want to see how the
game goes on Monday
before I make that deci-
sion," Bonds, said. "It will
really depend on how far
their pitching goes into the
game, and how I feel about
the matchups."


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter- ,
Fort White second baseman Alex Gilmer fires toward second base in a game played earlier
this season. The Indians begin District 5-@ play,on Tuesday.


outs during the season.
The Indians also have a
nice group of relief pitchers,
inchiding George Demnko
an~d Brandon Sharpe.
Demko also boasts a 1.4


ERA in relief and had 20
strikeouts. Sharpe had 15
strikeouts and a 3-0 record.
SFort White is no .slouch
with the bat~ either. Hatcher
also leads the team with the


stick, batting .491 during
'the regular season. Hatcher
had 28 hits, 34 RBIs and six
home runs.
Andy Gronzalez batted
.429 during the regular sea-


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CHS lifters seventh at state
Columbia High's Brach Bessant placed second in Fridays Class 2A state weightlifting
competition in the 238-pound weight class. He had a 365 bench press and 315 clean
and jerk for a 680 total: Todd Steward was fourth at 219 pounds with 350-310-660.
Marquis Davis was disqualified. Columbia tied for seventh place. Fort Walton Beach
won the 2A Florida Finals.


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BRIEFS


Su e league
meeting Monday
.There is a meeting
for players interested

their parents, at 6 p.m.,
Monday, at the CHS

12th-grades are eligible.
For details, call
J.T. Clark at 365-1754.
GN WIEB
Fundraiser set at
KHazhor's Grille~
Columbia High
volleyball has a breakfast
fundraiser planned at
Kazb~or's Grille from
7:30-10:30 anm. on
Saturday. Cost is $5 for
the eggs, bacon and
pancake breakfast and
team members will serve
meals for tip's. Tickets
Fa e ahchse i



Meet ng set for

A presao nme tig
for Columbia High and
AAU Eye of the Tiger
cross county athletes
(incoming 6-12-graders)
and parents is 6 p.m.,
May 5, at the CHS track.
Nike and Ol!-mpic cpach
Roy Benson wvill~addr-ess: i
the group on proper
summer- conditioning.
For details, e-mail
coach April Morse at
eanbz@bellsouth.net.
INDIANS CHEERLEADING
BateS Set for
CliniC, tryolotS
Fort white High
varsity and junior varsity
cheerleading has a clinic
from 3:45-5:30 p.m., May
6-8, at the gym. Tryouts
will begin at 9 a.m. on
May 9. Packets may be
picked up at the froant
offce. There is a parents
meeting at 6 p.m., May 4,
at the school.
For details, call Kathy
Harrell at 497-5952,
Ext. 158
'WUHI SWIMMING
Registration ,
is~ under waiy
Columbia Swim Team,
now part of Gator Swim
Club out of Gainesville, .
has registration at
the Columbia Aquatic
Comn x w edaysh fm

bk rc dealc Sherri
Lee at 7553543, or Gator
Swim Club at
(352) 375-4683.
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GAMES

Tuesday
Columibia High
baseball vs. Eastside
High in District 4-5A
'tounam nt at Fores'
M Fort White High
btaseball vs. R.K. Younge
School/Dixie County
High winner in District
3-5A tournament at
Williston High, 4 p.m.
M Columbia High
softball vs. Ed White
High in region quarter-
finals, 7 p.m.
Thursday
M Columbia High track


in Region 1-3A meet at
Chiles Hiigh, 4 p.m.


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Boston at Cleveland, 7:05 p m,
Texas at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m.
Toronto at Kansas City, 8:10 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Minnesota, 8:10 p.m.
Seattle ,at Chicago White Sox,
8:1I p.m.


AUTO RACING

Race week

NA5CAR SPRINT CUP
Aaren's 499
Site:TalladegaAla.
Schedule:Today, race (Fox, I p.m.).
Tracic Talladega Superspeedway (2.66-
mile trieovl 3N3cdegrees in turns)Is.

IYNDY RACING LEAGUE
Road Runner Turbo Indy 1300
Site: Kansas City, Kan.
Schedule:Today, race (Versus, 4 p.m.).
Track: Kansas Speedway (I.5-mle
tri-oval, 15-degrees banking in turns).
Race distance: 300 miles, 200 laps.
FORMULA ONE
Bahrain Grand Prix
Site: Sakhir. Bahrain.
Schedule: Today, race (Speed,
7:30 p.m.). .
Track: .Bahrain International Circuit
(road course, 3.37 miler, 15 turns).
Race distance: 191.53 miles, 57 laps.

Aaron's 499 qualifying

AtTalladega Superspeedway

Saturday qualifying; race today
(Car number in parentheses)
1(42) juan Pab~lo Montoya, Chevrolet

188 16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 188.141.
3. (1) Martin Truex Jr., .Chevrolet,
'187.971.
8. (77) Sam Hornish fr., Dodge,
fi (33) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet,
187.919.
6. (78) Regan Smith, Cherole
187.897.
7. (5) Mark ~Martin, 'Chevrolet,
187.860.


Monday
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m., if
necessary

WESTERN CONFERENCE
San Jose vs.A~naheim
Anaheim 2, San Jose 0
Anaheim 3, San Jose 2
San Jose 4,Anaheim 3
Anaheim 4, San Jose 0
saturnsay
Anaheim at San Jose (n)
.Monday
San Jose at Anaheim, 10:30 p m., if
necessary

Detroit 4,. Columbus 0

Detroit 4, Columbus I

petrait 6, Columbus 5

Viancouver 4, St. Louis 0
Vandouver 2,St.Louis I
Varicouver 3, St. Louis 0
Vancouver 3, St. LouiS 2
SVancouver 3, St. Louis 2, OT

Chicago vs. ealgary.
Chicago 3, Calgary 2 -
Chicago 3, Calgary 2
Calgary 4, Chicago 2
Calpary 6, Ch ~ago 4

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MLS schedule


De.v.*v, v...w Orleans
Denvelr I13, New Orloans 84
Denver 108, New Orleans 93
Saturday
New Orienns 95, Denver 93, Denver
leads series 2.I
Monday
Denver at New Orleans, 8:30 p.m,
Wednesday
New Oricans at Derwer,TBA '

San Antonio vs. Dallas
Dallas, 105. San Antonio 97
San Antonio 105, Dallas 84
Dallas 88, San Antonio 67.
Saturday
Dallas 99, San Aetonio 90

Dallas at San Antonio, 9:30 ~p.m.

Portland vs. Houston
Houston 108, Portland 81
Portland 101, Houston 103
Friday
Houston 86, Portland 83, Houston
leads series 2-1
Today
Portland at Hotiston, 9 p.m
Tuesday
Houston at Portland, 10 p m.


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Saturday's Games
~Chicago at Columbus (n)
Nluew England at Real Salt Lake (n)`
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San Jose at Seattle` FC (n)
Today's Games
D.C. United at NewYork, 3 p.m.
Kansas City at Toronto FC, 5 e.m.
Saturday, May 2
Columbus at Toronto FC, 4 p.m.
FC H Dallas at D.C. United, 7:30 p.m.
Seattle FC at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
~Real Salt Lake at Colorado, 9:30 p.m.
New'York sit Los Angeles, 10:30 p~m.
Chivas USA at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 3
Houston at New England, 3 p.m.





Fight SChedule

Thursday
At Bangkok, Ttiailand, Poonsawat
Kraulngdaenggym. Thailand. vs. Rafael
HernandeVenezuelr* 12. for the interim
WBP super bancamwelghtrule .
Ac Panama City. Panama, Celestino
Caballero, .Pahniamav jefirey Matheblla.
South Africa, 12, for Cabelleros WBA-lBF
super bantamweighr uties
Friday
At TBA, Thailand. Cileeydong
Sithsamerchml. Thariand. vs Muhammed
Rachmln.Indonesla. 12. for Sithsamerchal's
WBC rriansmumwe~ght atle
At Chumash Casino. Santa Yner. CIlrf
(/SHOI. Lurs Carlos Abregu. Argentsna.
vs. rrvlng Garcla, Puerto Rico. 10).
welerweieghts, Vernon Forress Atlanta.
ys jason LeHoulller, Portland. He 10.
mlddlewelghts .


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Cincinnati
Mil~Jaukee
Houston


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W L Pct GB
Los Angeles 12 5 .706 -
San Diego 10 :6 625 .I'/
SartFrancisco 7 8 .467 4
Arlzon~a 1.6i 10 75 52/
Colorado 5 10 .333 6
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Philadelphia 7, Florida 3
N.Y. Mets 4,Washirigton 3
Alna k, Cn nnat 2
;St~ ouis 4,C iicagoo Cubs~ 3 ,
liA.Dodgeis 6 Colorado 5 '
San Francisco 5,Arizona)
San Diego 4, Pitsburgh 3, I I innings
Saturday's Games
Atllnta 10.Clnclnnau 2
NY Mets 8,Washlngton 2
Chicago Cubs at Sc Louis (n)
M.Iwaukee at Houston (n) .
Philrdelphia at Florida (n)
L. A, Dodgers at Colorado (n)
SadL Frnc~sco at Arlzona (n)
PIttburghl at San Dlego (n) ;
Today's Games
Philadelphia (Mayer 2-1) at Florida
(A.Snchez 1-1). 12 10pm
Atuanta (Kawakami 1-2) at Cincinnati
(Owings 0-2). I.10 pm
Washingran (Zlmmermlnn I-0) at N.Y.
Meu (O PerealI-I).1I10 pm
MIIlwaukee (Parra 0-3) at HouSton
(R Ortiz I-0). 2 05 p m.
Chicago Cubs (Hardenl I-I) at St. Louss
(Wellemeyer I-I).2.15 pm ,
L.A.,Dodgers (Kersfiaw 0-l) at
Colorado (Marquis 2- I).i 3 10m
Partsburgh (Ohlendorf 1-2) at San
Diego (Peavy 2-2). 4.05 p m.
San Francisco (Cain 2-0) at Arizona
(Garland 2-I). 4.10 pm
Monday's Games
Washangton at Philadelphia) 705 pm
5t Lou~s at Atlanra. 7 10 p.m
Houston at Clnclnnau. 7:IO p.m
Florida at N Y. Mets, 7 10 pm
Plmburgh at M.Iwoukee, 8 05 p.in.'
SSan Diego at Colorado. 840 pm
Chicago Cubs at Arizona. 940 pm ~
L.A. Dodgers at :San. Franc sco.
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Central' Division
W L Pct GB
Katisas City ~. 9 7 .563' ~-
Chicago 8 '8 .500 I
Detroit 8 8 .500 I
Minnesota 8. 9. .471 Ik
Cleveland : 6' I .353 3a
West Divibion
W L Pct GB
Seattle II1 6 .647 -
Texas 7 9 .438 3/2
Los Angeles 6 10 ~.375 4'/2
Oakland 5 10 .333 5
Friday's Games
Minnesota 5, Cleireland I
Texas 5, Baltimore 4
Boston 5, N.Y.Yankees 4, II innings ~
Kansas City 6, Detroit I
Toronto 14, Chicago White Sox 0
Tampa Bay 8, Oakland' 2
Seattle 8, L.A.Angels 3
Saturday's Gaines
Tampa Bay at Oakiand (n) .
N.Y.Yankees at Boston (n)
Texas at Baltimore (n)
Minnesota at Clevelaind (n) .
Toronto at Chicago White Sox (n)
Detroit at Kansas City (n)
Seattle at LA.Angels (n)
Today's Games
Minnesota (Perkins 1-1) at Cleveland
(Laffey I-0), 1:05 p.m. :
Texas (McCarthy 2-0) at Baltimore
(Bergesen 1-0). 1:35 p.m.
Toronto (Halladay 3-1) at Chicago
White Sox (tontreas 0-3), 2:05 p.m.
Detroit (Galarraga 2-0) at Kansas City
(Ponson 0-2), 2:10 p.m.
Seattle (Washburn 3-0) at L.A. Anges s
(Weaver I-1), 3:35 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Sonnanstine 02) at
Oakland (Eveland 0-I), 4:05 p~m.
N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte. 2-0) at Boston
(Masters~n 1-0), 8:05 p.m.
Monday's Games
N.Y.Yankees at Detrolt,7:05 p.m.


8. (82) Scott Speed,Toyota, 187.824. ~
9. (09) Brad Keselowski, Chevrolet;
S187.687.
10. (6) David Ragan, Fpord, 187.640.
I i. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet,
1B7.610.
12. (96) Bobby Labonte, Ford, 187.607.
13. (17): Matt Kenseth. Ford, 187.573.
.14. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet,-
187.423..
IS, (07) Casey Mears,~ Chevrolet,
187.4.12.
16. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 187.383.
17. (87). Joe Nemnechek, Toyota,
187.379.
18. (~I1) Denrny Hamlin. oyota.
1'87 163
19 (29) Kdviri Harvick. Chevrolet,
187071.
20 (31) j.:effi Burtan, .Chievrblet,
187.064.
21 (36) Scori Rigg.To oo. 186.900.
22 (20) Joey LoganoToyota. 184.889. ,
23 (18) Kyle Busch,Troyoca. 1.86.831. '
24. (98) Paidl Menard, Ford, 1~8 .823.
25. (39) :Ryan Newvmani, Chevrolet

26. (71) David Glillillnd, Cheurolet
186.638 .
,27. (41) jerenily Mayfield. Toyota.
'186.627. .,
28. (2) Kurt Busch, Dodge, 186 518.
251, (~14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet
186.423.
30. (83) BrianVickersToyota, 186.401,'
~31. (55) Miclhael W1altrip, Toyota,
186.260.
32. (26) Jamie .McMurray, Ford,
186.246.
)33 (00) David Reutsmann. Toyota.
186.108.
34t. (47) Marcos Ambrbse, Toyota,
185.596.
35..(9) Kasey Kahrne. Dodge. 185 459
36 (481 Jimm~e johnson, Chevrolet,
185.384
37. (12) Davld Stremme. Dodge,
j'.4765:
.38. :(44j; A J' Allmnendinger, Dodge.
184 608.


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Owner Points
Po42. (7) Robby Gordon,Toyota,0Owner



185.362.
45. (4) Eric McClure, Chevrolet,
184.048.


HOC KEY


NH L playoffs

FIRST ROUND'
EASTERN CONFER NCE
Boston 4, Montreal 0
'Boston 4, Montreal 2
Boston 5, Montreal I
Boston 4, Montreal 2
Boston 4, Montreal I

WasHington vs. N.Y. Rangers
N.Y. Raners' 4,Washingtpn 3 '
N.Y. Rangerj I,Wjashington 0
Washin~gton 4, N.Y. Rangers 0
N.Y. Range:rs2,Wasihington I
Friday
Washington 4 N:Y Rangers 0, 19.Y.
Rangers lead series 3-2
Today
Washington at N.Y. Rangers, 2 p.mn.

New Jersey vs. Carolina
New Jersey 4, Carolina I
New Jeisey I,o OY
New Jnerse 3, Carolina 2, COf
Carolina 4, New Jeirsey 3
New Jersey I, Carolina 0, New Jersey
leads series 3-2
Today
New Jersey at Carolina, 7 p.mn.
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Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia
SPittsburgh 4, Philadelphia I
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3
Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia I
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 0
Saturday
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (n)


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Today .
AUTO RACING
7:30 an.m'
SPEED Formula One. Bahrain
Grand Prix, at Manama, Bahrain '
I p.m.
FOX NASCAR, Sprint Cup,Aaron's
499, at Talladega,Ala.
4 p.m.
VERSUS IRL, Road Runner Turbo
300, at Kansas City, Kari.

9:GO Fm.
TGC European PGA Tour,
Baliantine's Championihip, final round, at
Jeju Island, South Korea (same-day tape)
I p.m.
CBS Champions Tour, Legends of
Golf, final round, at Savannah, Ga.
TGC- PGATour, Zurich Classic, final
round, atAvondale, La:
3 p.m.
CBS PGA Tour, Zurich Classic. final
round, at Avondale, La.
7 p.m.
TGC -- Nationwide Tour, South
Georgia Classic, final round, at Valdosta,

Ga. Od LE GUE BASEBALL

TBS -- Philadelphi at Florida .
2:05 p.m
WGN Chicago. Cubs at St. Louis

ESPN N.Y.Yankees at Boston
MOTORSPORTS
3 p m.
AssE thl dIM (ol dSupe~rbike, at
5 p.m
SPEED MotoGP 250,~ at Motegi,
Japan (same-day~tape)

SPEED -6protoGP World
Championship,: Pt Motegi, Japan (same-
day tape)
NBA BASKETBALL
I p. .
ABC Playgffs, fi st rburid; game 4,
Boston at Chicago<
3:30 Pm
ABC P1layffs, fi~rs round. game 4,
Cleveland at Detro~r
6330j p~m.
TNT Pa~yoffs, fi st round, game 4,
~'Orlando at Philadelphia i
9 p.m. ~
TNT.:- Playoffs, first round, gamle 4,
Portland at Houston .
NFL FOOTBALL

ESPI(I-- NFL, day 2,at NewYori
NHL HOCKEY
2 p.m.
NBC Playoffs, Easter Conferene
quarterfinals, game 6,Washington at N Y.
Rangers -
7:30 pim.
VERSUS -- Playoffs, E~asern
Conference~ quarterfinals, game 6, New
Jersey at Carolina _
TRACK & FILD.
2 p~m. -
ESPNIZ The Drake Relays, at~ Des
Moines, Iowa (same day-tape)

MnjOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
7 p~m. 1
ESPN St. Louis atAtland
NBA BASKETBALL

TNT Playoffs, first round, game 4.
Atlantilat Miami
8:30 p.m
TNT -- Playoffs, first i found, game 4,
-Denver at New Orleais
10:30 p.m. :
T~li Playoffs, first round, game 5,
Utah at L.A. Lakers
~NHL HOCKEY
7 P~m..
VERSUS Playoffs, Eidstern
Conference quarterfinals, Philadelphla at
Pittsburgh, game:Z (if necessary)
10:30 p.m.
VERSUS Playoffs, Western
Conference quarterfinals,. San Jose at
~Anaheim,'game 6 (if necessary)


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Cleveland 79, Detroit 68 Ceead
leads eries -0 .


Cleveland at Detroit, 3:30 p.m.

Boston vs. Chicago
Chicago 105, Bostork 103, OT
Boston I 18, hicago 115
.Boston. 107, Chicago 86, Bliston leads
series 2-1
Today.
Bo~ston at Chicago, I p.m.
Tuesday'
Chicago at Boston, 7 p.m.

Orlando vs.Pqhiladelphia
Philadelphia 100, Orlando 98
Orlando 96, Philadelphia 87
Friday
Philadelphia 96 Orlando 94,
Philadelphia leads series 2-1
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'Tuesdayi a
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Miami 108,Atlanta 9)
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Atlanta at Miami, 8 p~m.
Wednesday
Miami atAtlanta,TBA

WLESTERN CONFERENCE
L.A. Lakers Vs. Utah
LA. Lakers I l3, Utah 100
L A. Laker's I 19, Utah 109
Utah 88, LA. Lakers 86
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Charles Combs, Dalvon Kelly, Devantde Levy, Kellen Snider, Deonte Crumitie, coach Steven
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ON BUSINESS


Senate bill to create voluntary trust
fund for Florida Sheriffs Youth
SRanches through registrations.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter. com
new~rly-passed Florida Senate b~il \<-ill
create a voluntary trust f~und for the
Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches a
fund which w~ill benefit the non-profit
Presidential child-care organization that
has Lor iacilties enross te estae. includingone i.
Suwiannee County.
The legislation. Senate Bill 139-1. creates a
volnag .... .,son for the o ni ....n. Lioones it c
motor vehicle registration or renew;al of registration.
The bill states that anyone applying for motor
vehicle registration or renewing their registration
wlill be able to voluntarilyi contribute 81 to the youth
ranches organization. The bill wras championed by
Sen. Steve O~eLrich (R-Cross Creek.) and sponsored
-by Rep. D~ebbie Boy-d cD-New~berry)' in the House.
The bill will be passed into lawv pending Gov. Charlie
Cnist's signature.
"I have personally seen, time
and time again, throughout the
years the benefits the
Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches
has on our children."
Sen. Steve Oelrich,
on recent legislation for a voluntary trust fund
to assist the Flonda Sheriffs Youth Ranches

''Creating a voluntary~ trust fund w~ill greatly
benefit the boys and girls that Live in Florida,"
C)eLrich said in a release. "I have personally seen,
bn ttlsdth lrd Stheis \ 1Tut PR tci s heas on
Our children."


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Anyone can become angry
that is easy. But to be <
angry with the right Person,
.to the. right degree, at the
right time, for the right
purpose, and. in the right ,
way;: this as not easy
Ahristotle
ne of the
things that
~I spend so
much time
'counseling
our clients about is the
imlportairce of oustoriner
service. You can make
"so many cuts in .voir
business, but once you`
,,start affecting customer
service' in any wvay, you
directly impact the liability
",, of y'our busine ~. :
inTher itshe qeorton iil
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In the ASU study, 84
Percent of the respondents
w vith rage shared their ,
'story with manyr others,
and 50 percent: of the
Sresipondents said they
would hot do business with
the offending company.
The bottonf line is that
T getting poor customer
`service migrate' to "rage" is
very costly to businesses.
.Without exception, the
Majority of customers
surveyed, said that all they
wanted was an apology;
yet, only 25 percent got
one. Personally, it makes
rne feel so good when I call
with problem normallyy
Related to technology)
Sand the customer service
rep says, "I am so sorry
you are having these
probleins." Haymng
'empathy with the customer
is the first thing that
you can do to eliminate
customer rage and poor
customer service.
Another thing that upset
customers want to hear is
an explanation as to why
the problem occurred. The-
A~SU study showed that
75 percent of the
Customers wanted one; yet
only 18 percent got this
basic information.
Having your customers
upset at your service is
not good for your business
in so many ways. You
need to make sure that
each customer that has
a problem with your
company is treated with
respect and empathy.
You can do this!
W Jerry Osteryoung is the
Director of Outreach of
the Jim Moran Institute for
tGlob~al Entrpene rshisp mn
SFlorida State University.


'recogmized howimportant s
'customer service is to the
bottom line; instead, they
focus their attention on
other areas. How difficut
is it, after all, to be greeted
by a smilingg employee? Y'et
thsis hardly~ required or
demanded
I believe ignoring proper ~
customer servbite has
daiu~sed "cuitomer ragei"o .t
increase. For those who are
unfamiliar with the term,
you can get a pretty: good '
idea of customer rage -
warranted and unwarranted
~---4 bywatchin~g the various
'IV series that focus on
customer sei-vice at airlines
and airports.
A study completed at
the end of 2008 by Arizona
State University (ASU)
defined "customer rage"
.as an issue that made the .
customer feel "extremely"
or '"very" upset. According
to t~he study, 70 percent
of the respondents had
experienced customer
rage in the last year. The -
scary thing is that of these
customers 1'5.percetit .said
they wanted revenge for
their mistreatment. Only
1 percent shared that: they
were able to get it, but
thankfully, the details of
their revenge wer eliot -
reqtiiested.
Customer r'aige seems to
occurt the most in~travel,
Minridia~l servies and with
call centers. Whlat drives
me crazy (enrages me)
Sis tryiihg to get a hold
of customer service and
,being told to expect a wait .
of at least 25 minutes.
Then, once I finally ~get
through, being told that
they do not know the
ans rb and that Iomll need

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Herding is one of the many lessons learned for young men who stay at the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. One of four ranch- ;;
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The organization, founded
in 1957 by the Florida Sheriff's
Association, serves all 67 counties
in Florida and strives to prevent
juvenile delinquency among.at-
risk children betireen the- ages of
8 and 18. The organization was
funded on the kindness of others
and continues to operate in that
fashion approximately 80 percent 'il
of the funding the youth' ranches
receive comes from donations.
The bill couldn't come at a better
time, as donors -often cut back on
contrib'utions- during ~financially
strapped economic times.
The. Florida Sheriffs Youth
Ranches: have served more than
S106,000 children, and more than
S5,000 in the past year.
A former sheriff of Alachua
County, Delrich was heaviily involved
in charitable work for the Floridi
Sheriffs Youth Ran'ches.
"We are very pleased that Senator
Oelrich and Representative Debbie
Boyd worked together on this
legislation that will benefit boys 'and
girls of the Florida Sheriffs Youth 7B
Ranches across the state," said '"
SRoger Bouchard, president of the
Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. "We
hope that the citizens of Florida will`
joinn them: in supporting Florida's FILE PHOTO
charity for Florida's children w~hen- There is plenty of work for residents of the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, but
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Classified Department: 755-5440


120 EMdi Imen


Hirizig for Hygienist and Front
Desk. Front desk is full time
&must have Dental exp. Hygienist
is part time. Office in Live Oak
Fax Resume to 386-755-7024
LPN or RN needed P/f
3PM-11PM Lake City Cluster
ICF for Developmentally
Disabled Persons.
673 NW Cluster Drive,


Medical Assistant:
Exp in fast paced Medical office.
Must be dependable, efficient,
computer exp. Send cy to
Human eRomrces, PO Bo 6489,


024 Shol
PHLEBOTOMY WORKSHOP.
Be certified after 1 day workshop,
hands-on training. Next class
05/16/09, cost $200. Call Express
eTriningu @ s6e 55-44c01n

Want to be a CNA? Don't want to
wait? Express 'Itaiping Services
oquGlainesvNIle is now Pi ec sg osur
Day/Eve classes. Class for 1 week,
Clts ciae oin lited Net clas
05/1~1/09. Call 386-755-4401~
expresstrainin aservices.com
WANT TO be a Pharmacy Tech?
SWorkshop/books/national cert ex-
am for only $800. All classes
1 ugtht y kphonmae st.
Next class 6/10/09, Call Express
386-755-4401 or
expresstramninservices.com/phar-


310 Pets &Supplies

1CwC Ck I um ea psph t,
puppy pen & more. $250.
SOLD
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate from a liceilsed
veterinarian documenting they
have mandatar shot and mre

paratsu bManyspc n of id
Fish and Wildlife. If you ~are
unsure, contact the local
office for information.
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Florida Laiw 828.29.requires dogs
.and cats being sold to be at least 8
we a veks old ad hav health
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
have mandatory shots and are
free from intestinal and external
parasites. Many; species of wild-
life must be licensed by Florida
Fish and Wildli~fe. If you are
unsure, contact the local
office for information.

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

401 Antiques

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

408 Furniture

FULL SIZE bed (dark wood)
.headboard, footboard, frame &
mattress $100.00
386-754-9295 or984-0387
LARGE DRESSER w/big nice
mirror (dark wood)
S$100.00 OBO
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
MOVING SALE Beautiful furni-





condition38 3ir97 1oi.$250.00.

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

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


420 Wanted to Buy


Cy ress Lag rs lotda ts.
Call 386-961-1961.


440 Miscellaneous
"WHITE RIVER"
BREATHABLE WADERS boot
type size 8-9 like new list $139
sell $75. 386 497 3179


520 Boats for sale


RAGIN CAJUN .
S17 foot bass boat
w/150 hp Evinrude OB.
$1,400 obo. 386-752-2276


630 for R~ent"
14x55 MH, 2Br/1Ba Like New!
$495/A, Good Loca ioO ET
(386)755-0064 or (9p04)771-5924

plsIB aRll utii es inciluo dion
furnished. $450. mo +
$150 deposit. 386-397-3568


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1 Job
1 0 Opportunities
04531314 .



Drivers Wanted
Sayae Services is seekIin
professional drivers for the
evening s$hiftsfor locate hauls
in the Lake City area.
Class A CDL nr i th HA~ZMAT &
Taniker endorsements required.
* Competitive Pay
Complete Benefit
Package including
401K i
Home Everyday
efl ad xHolidtays and
Vacations .
a *Quarterly Incentave
Bonus
Only serious applicants need
apply in person at: .
Florida Crown Career
Center*
1389 W Hwy 90, Ste. 170.
Lakie City, Florida.
Located across foml Flor~ida
Highway Patrol Station

`A Terrific Opportunity
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company
$100,000+ Earning Potential, -
Benefits, Pension, 401K & BOBS
.Insiurance for those who qualify!
Call l-800-257-5500
Administrative Assistant for
Electrical Contractor needed for
office work in Lake City.
Fax resume to 386-752-3737





sume to 8'S 2d2-91534 ar email

Farm Help Wanted -
DRUG FREE
Exp. with Tractors & mowing,
Own transportation. Boost phone
required (nextel) Neat in appear-
ance. McBlisin Area 386-364-6516
GROWING SALON
needs experienced Stylist.
386-292-6748

Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$100 per day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge retail &e
dinmng establishments. Experience
NOT req'd. Calll- 888-697-6576.
Office Hel Wanted Kno le g
ce Iopues wel dgesIner
ofT CoDues. Web paesig, Internet
FT~Pn DN Weba Desny Payroll
Typking & Data mEntr. Notteum
Smo32-26 v cnlpt I resume

Correctional Institution for
Substance Abuse Program. Start
$10 Background Screening Req..
Fax resume to 850-522-1534 or
email'SheliaRand~5~aol.com

12 8 ,,Medical


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
Fast paced, busy Lake City
medical ffice haesdtwo openings

so llectionsp eent/mgr an for
receptionist with data entry talent.
Fax resume to 386-752-2661


Legal


:Lega


Legal

file a claim within' sixtyr (60) days' afi
ter thie sale. WINESS MY HAND
and Ihe seal of this. Court on
,-'l0.!l000 P. DeWitt Cason Clerk of
the- Circuit Court By:/s/B Scippio
NOTICE In accordance with, the
Americans Disabilities Act, persons
needing a special accommodation. to
participate mr this proceeding should
contact the Deptity Colirt Adminis-
trator whose'0ffice is located at 3301
East Tamiami Trhiil, Building L., Na-
ples, Florida 33962, telephone num-
ber (813)774-8124, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD), or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via
Florida Relayr Service, pot later then
iceven do, prior to the proceeding.
05522433
April 26, 2009
]Way 3, 2009
NOTICE QF ~INTENiT TO ADOPT
ORDINLN CE
'TO W;HOM~ IT MIAY CONCERN:
The Board of County Commissioners
of Co~lumbia County, Florida will at
ini regular~ meeting .on Thursday,
Ma\~ 7. (H000. In the Columbia Coun-
r\ School Board Administration
Buildusg. !37 West Duva~l Street,
Lake C3ir\. Floriida at 7:00 p.m. con-
jlder the adoption of an ordinance


hlANCE NO.. 2007-40, THE CO-
LUMBIA COUNTY ;COMPRE.-


SPENSION FCSOL ETINC O
MEDIbAL SERVICES, FIRE PRO-
.TECTION IMPACT FEES, COR-
RE~CCTION AL FA~CLTES IM-
SPC ES ~D RO. U) A~ T
20001 FOR A PE RIOD OF ONE



O~rRI DUIC P TS O TN

PEIOD;. PROVIDING( FOR NO- iN
TCE F L IMPACT FEE .RATES

UPERON CEXPIRATIS OF THE

r~-Dk~'H SUSPENSION PRO;POI-

'RIG~ FOR- SEVERABILITY; AND
PO IING AN 'EFFECTIVE

rhde ub i~n~e of th ab Tr nemed
Cpe th pose ordinac ar
Co 1l foe is etin at thmee am c
-f the Couny Mage located in th
County Ad iitrton Complexe
135 NE Hernando Avenue, Lake
City, Florida, between the hours of
8.04 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday
.through Friday. ~Any interested party
may appear and be heard at this pub.
lic hearing.
In the event any person decides to
appa an decso i the Ba o
eration of the ordinance at the aboV -

ofth nprbceeding mab nead cd an
in such event, such person may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of
the public hearing is made, which re.
cord includes the testimony and evi.
dence on which the appeal is to be
based. n
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, a person need-
ing special accommodations or an in:-
terpreter to participate in this pro-
3 eing2 slh ld con at Lisa Ro rs
758-2139, at le st seven (7) d s pri
or to the date of the hearing
DATED -this 20 day of April, 2009
by:/s/ P DEWI~T CASON
Clerk of Court
04531272
April 26, 2009

T0 place your
Classified ad call

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010 Ann~oun~depents

An Easy' Method To Quit
SSmokiing' Cigarettes
uaa.underrheradarpubjlications.com
Phone 13860 13i5-9126h or order at
P.O. Box 26, O'Brien Fi .,32071
Inc. Shipping & Handaling, only'
$8.02. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I had a 15 year, three pack a dty
habit. Nicotine free since -1983 '

020 Lost& Found

Found: Fentale German she'pard
mix. Cooler. No ID. Close to UTS90,
S& Hwy 100 split. Call to identify'
386-623-3646 or 352-665-0717
Lost dog: Bulldog 8mo. old.
Black and white in color. Last seen
af'home in Lulu. Hiis on ID c~ollar.
If found please call: 386-965-3290

100 -~
Opportunities-
04531225
Sulwontractor needed
Drywall Finisher & Installer.
~Work in and iiround the Lake ~
City area. Muist have liability
insurance of $1 million general

w rk rs om~ i e empt Own
vethcle and tools of the trade.
Please call Tral 1s at Restora11no
Specsilist 386--138-3201


MS ~Weely Potential$$ $$
Helping The Goverment`PT '
No Exp No Sellng
Call: 1'-888-213-5225
Ad Code B-22




04531308

w~;Hinithecptona empliloyee
currentlyu rhas an oeing fr a -
foulltimtler. H~oursae

8:45amt 51pmad 0'im.
to6:5inpu wS Cith 2 aurays a
month from 9:00al m to 200m.
Previous cash handlmng fo


experience a plus. Excellent
\customer service skills
required. All applicants have
good credit and mamntamn a
professional appearance. ~
Applications will be accepted at
our Lake Citylocation,
183 SW Bascom Norris Dr,
Suite 105 (Behind Zaxby's)
or entiail your resurne to
ih Inp~~muscu. o


04530566
NOW HIRING
No exp needed. Good pay and
benefits, paid training, .
promotions, regular raises.
HS grads ages 17-34.
Call Mon. Fri. (800)342-8123 '

ESTIMATOR NEEDED
specializing in site work &
underground utilities. At least 2
yrs. construction exp. needed &
familiarity w/estimating software.
Email resume to:
curtsconstlo@ windstream.net.
Sor fax to 386-364-2802
04s31315
PART-TIME RECEPTIONS
Answer phones, Light clerica .
Hours 5PM-7 PM and
every weekend.
Fax resume to 386-752-7337 or
email BOMI@bayapointe.com..

29 Sriou popl ebanited to work
$500-$1500/mo PT/FT Free info!
www.income2profits.com


Limited to service type advertising only.
4 lines, one month ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .10.r0
$1 0.80 each additional line
includes an additional $1.55 per ad for each
Wednesday insertion.





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

FAX: 38i6-752-9400 Please direct your copy to the '
Classifidd Department,
EIVAIL: clas~sifieds@lakecityreporter.com .


Ad Errors- Please read your ad on the first day of
publication. We accept responsibility for only the first
incorrect insertion, and only the charge for the ad
space in error. Please call 755-5440 immediately for
.prompt correction and billing adjustments.

Cancellations- Normal advertising deadlines apply. for
cancellation.

Billing Inquilies- Call 755-5440. Should further informa-
tion be required regarding payments or credit limits, your
caillwill be transferred to the accounting department.






Advertising copy is subject to approval by the Publisher
who reserves the right to edit, reject, or classify all a~dver-
. tisements under appropriate headings. Copy should be
Checked for errors by the advertiser on the first day
of'publication. Credit for published errors will be allowed
for the first insertion for that portion of the advertisement
which was incorrect. Further, the Publisher shall not be
liable for any omission of advertisements ordered to be
published, nor for any general, special or consequential
damages. Advertising language must comply with Federal,
State or local laws regarding the prohibition of discrimina-
tiorf ih~ employment, housing and public accommodations.
.Standard~ abbreviations are acceptable; however, the first
word of each ad may not be abbreviated.



: Pnint and Onkine

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THE SUISPENSIO)N PERI
P CT GFEEO RAE UP
,: -RA~TION OF THE SUS
PERIOD PROVIDINS~r
ERABILITIY; AND PR
.AN EFFECTI\E DATE
SThe substance' of the ab

available for m pecu~lon a1
of the Coulnl Alin .ger loc
County ~dnmmirstrarson
.; 135 NE Hernando .Aver






C omputer 4rvi

Doxila's Computer S
Hardware, software, nel
wireless, etc. WE WIL
SOLUTION. Please cont
@ 386-559-731

Equipment Rep


Wailing for Weeks t
your mower repaired.
Mobile mower maint. i
Same day service. Tr
blade sharpening, ail
plugs, greasing
No job- too small; Lewi!
Maintenance &r Re
386-623-4353


'Lawn & Landscape

04531276
Spring into Sumr
SPECIAL
Mow, edge, weed eat
Price $20. and u
Residential /Commr
Lewis Landscal
386-623-4353


Cilstom' Cuts Lawn & L
Chtstomized lawn care, t
~sod, design. Comm'1 & F
& mns. 386-719-2200 i

:Services

Houselpeeping. 10 yea
'Grerit references & Gre
Detail Work!!! CALI
.386-755-6369 or 209

Land Service

Back Hoe, Dhozer, Cho l
disig site pe
irrigation. FrseeeEsrt! 8p6


Ad isto Appear:
Tuesday
~,Wednesday .
TKhursdasy
Friday .
Saturday
Sunday


Call by:
SMon., 10:00 a.m.
Mon., 10:00 a.m.
Wed.,- 10:00 a.m.
i Thilrs., 10:00 a.m.


Fax/Email by:
Mon., 9:00 a.m. .
Mon., 9:00 a.m.
Wed, 9:00 a.m:.
Thurs;, :00 a.m.


Fri., 10:00 a.m. Fri., 9:00 a.di.
Fri., 10:00 a.m. Fr 9 00 am


Thkie deadlines are sibjct to change without notice.


i\TOTICE OF [NiTENuT TO DOIPT Cin\. Florida. ~berueen the hours of
ORDINANCE' x 0 .sm :mnd 5 00 pm Monday
TOWTHOMIT,'MAY-CONCERN: '. through Friday .4ni intresrted party
The Board of County Commissippers~ ma_\ spper and tre heard at this pub-
of Columnbil Courit\ Florilda \ill'a a lic heanng .
its' regullar meecnng orn Thursday. In the event an. person decides to
Mia)y 7~ I200, In the Columbia Coin- appeal any decision by 'the Board of
r} Sc~hool Board .-dminustrtio~n Coulnt\ Commissioners with respect
BuIldIIng, 37' West Datal1 Streel, t!o~m an\aner relaung to: dhe consid-
'Lak~e Can. FIonida ai7:00 p.mri coh- ;eranon of the ordinance or the above-
,jider the:sdpnon of an or;-inaince iefernc~edl pkiblic 'hearing, a record
entitled:: of the pro~ceedu~g ma\ bep needed snd
AN ORDINAN~CE AMENDING in jllsuch vnl. such person may need
CO3LUNhBIA COiUNT Y ORD)I- 10 enslre that at e'rbatim record .of
NANCE NO (007--11. THE CO- the publchcarl henn s me which re-
LUMBIA COUNTY EDUICATION- cord included Ihe eIcnme~n\ and evi-
A.V SYSTEM ITNIPACT FEE ORDI- dence on whlch the ulppeal is to be
NANhCE,'PROVIDING FiOR SUS- based.
PENSION OF COLLECTION OF In accordaiince with the' Amhericans
THE:COUNTY.'S EDUCATIONAL .with Disabilities Act, a person need-
SYSTEM IMPACT FEES- EFFEC- ing special accommodations pr an in-
TIVE JANUARY 1; 2000 FOR A. rerplrerir so pane Ipale in this pro :
PERIOD OF ONE- YEAR, SUB- ceedjinp should icontacI Lisa Roberts ~
TECT TO EXTENSION, PRO\TD- 356-752-1000 olr TD Sertnices 386.
INGC FOR REFiUND OF ALL IMl- 755-2130 at leastr sren 17 days pn.
PA\CT FEES COLLECTED PUR- or lIo Ihe dale of the hearng
, SUANT -TO ORDI[NANJCE NO DATED dusj 'I0 dr at' of prd 2l009
20ss?7-i. I S[NCE I4NUARY 1 ~OC, 2009. byis P DEHTIT CASO)N
PRO\TDI~NG' FO:R PERIODIC. RE-~ Clerk of Court
PORTS TO THE COULNTY~ CO3nl.
MIlSSIO)N ON THE STATUiS O)F 0453'1273 -
TH-E ECONlOMY ANDu7 LOC~L~ April 26, 2000~ :.
BUhIDNG [hNlCDUSTR DURING '~


IN\ THE CIRCUIT COUiRT OF THE
'OD. PRO- 'I'HID JUDTICL1LCIRCUITT IN

;PENSION N 220-C1009 DIll.
FRSVSION WEL.LS FARGO( BAN~K. NA.
O\T7DINU G .Plaintiff`. vi ALI.-RK AHlONY
A/-aed.:PK/A MALRKi H MlAHONYr7. el al-
o-amdDefe~ndanus NOTICE OF FORE -
Sn E BI EG[15 Er Furllnn Ir Ta F
theofe nal Judgment ofi MP tggec Foredo-
atdmte sure dalced Apnl 21I 1,10 4 and en-
Complet. terd in Case. No. 12-2Q08-CA-
nue, Lake 000799 of th# Circuit C'ouit pf the





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WANNEE ;HILLS AS! PERN PLAT

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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2009

Lak~e City Reporter




CLASS FII


Take ADvantage of the
Reporter Classifieds!

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730 Un~fu~rnishe
CLEAN 3BD/2BA home. good
ne gho hood. $875.00 ent,
Call 963-4974 for details.
Efficiency Apt. All utilities Incl.
2.5 rn from VA.Pet K
(615)943-2825
NEW, 3 BR/2BA, 1,240 SQ Ft.
Custom trim, cabinets, stainless
appliances, well, 1/2 ac, landscap-
ed close to 1-7 $1060mo Ist,

Next to VA! Large 2br/2ba, CHA,
large kitchen, detached office
/shop, fenced yard. Available June
30, $795. mo. (813)784-6017
VERY NICE newer
3br/2ba house for rent in town.
$1000 mo and $1000 dep.
386-487-0599
W.OOD FRAME Home 2br/1ba
CAll appliances CH/A. 886 NE
ChryLn.$40m.&$0
sec. dep. 386-867-0849

740 Furis ed
GUEST HOUSE, charming 2
story, 2br/1ba screened porch, no
pets, $500 per month. O'Brien
(neai Branford) Call 935-0268
New 3br/2ba home. $900. mo.
2br/1ba on 1/2 acres. $875. mo
4br/2ba on 5 acres $1,200. nlo
386-758-9824. Call Gitry


710 nu~renshed Apt.

$49 Moves you in!!!
FREE RENT
We Help You Move!!!
200 FREE ChannelS
NEW 2 BR APTS.
Washer/Dryer Hook-Ups
SECURITY GATE -- POOL
Furnished Apt's Available!
Call T day 386-754-1800
www.windsorarmsapts.com
2BR APT.
Downtown Location, Clean.
$600 mo, plus Security.
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456
2br/2ba with loft on
Includes ra er, swe5, & trash
Call Michelle 386-752-9ti626
A 4BR 3BA HUD HOME!
ONLY $217/mo!!
5%/dn 15yrs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782
Large Deluxe Apts, 2 BR/1.5 to
2 BA, W of 75, Gar, W/D
hook-up, from $650 + SD. (386)
965-5560, 965-027, or 466-7392.
SPRING SPECIAL
One month FREE! 2br/1ba from
$550/mio. plus security.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626


720 f""rnih ed Apt.
1 BR Apt. for rent. Seniors
wee cme.cNo pts. Cable &
$400 security. 386-963-3557
2br Apartment to Share. $495.
mo. all utilities. New Gated com.
plex nextsteoMiddl 8S6ho 10 ol
Unfurcsernishe 365-01

3BR/1.5BA.
$725MO + Deposit.
Beautiful Country setting
386-344-2972
3BR/2BA Central AC, Big yard.
$900. mo .1st, last &
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 $7 s 8o 8 ts It, last
3BR/2BA, 2400 sq ft. Quail
Heights. 290 SW.Leisure Dr.
$1,200 mo. plus deposit.
'386-752-6062
4BR/2BA w/sunroom, 1 ac,
big yard. Dishwasher & stove.
$1,100. mo. Deposit negotiable.
386-758-9397
BRANFORD AREA 2BR/1BA,
all utilities, water, electric included
in monthly rent. Security, $700 per
month. 386-590-0642 or 867-1833


Mobile Homes me

GotAnimals? Need Room?
4r/b adnal0. calcre.h20 6
White Springs area.
$169,995.00
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HOME CENTERS
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City, FI. 3 6752378751

DW's Used $18K ($215 mo.)
SW's $11K Clean ($145. mo)
Remodeled, Del & Set up. .
Call Mary 386-963-4000
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Pick a floor plan and call Eric to
get a RQCK BOTTOM price.
386-719-5560
j, Land E~quity A
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Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
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'99, 14 X 70, 3/2 priced to
sell at $19,900. Includes CHA,
skirting, steps, set-up.
Call Eric at 386-719-556-
"WOW"
2009 Models starting at only
$21,900 for a 2/2 and $23,900 for
a 3/2. Call Eric before you b~uy to
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2 BR apts starting gaU$570
2 BR MH $475 water included.
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M3 ~obileHomes
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2br/2ba units. Rent incl water &
trash pick up. Convenient location
Cily. 3 6- 2-54 /69n8L- 8
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wiyareA Com05em1tel rod~e d.
dep. 386-752-1941 leave message.
3br/2ba w/appliances in Branford
area, w/quiet, country settmg
$500 sec. & $675/mo '
386-590-0642 or 867-1833
4BR/2BA DWMH.
New kitchen US 90 E Lake City. .
$5509mo 1lsseclrity.
4BR/12BA. D MH,
C 50C o O'Brie
(Near Branford) Call 935-0268
In Small Park Lg. 3/2 $600 Ig 2/1
,$500. new tile & carpet, 3/1 $500-
Plus dep., incl.,water, trash.
386-590-3013 C-21 Jackie Taylor
MHs 4 Rent.
2br/1ba's from $450 & 3br/2ba's
qu e 10an c386 -r 54 0
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White Springs. 2 and ~
3 bedrooms. Contact
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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2009


Classified Department: 755-5440


The- Columbia County

BUILDERS ASSOCIATION
.will 'hold its monthly IMembership
Meeting on Wednesday, May 6th
at 1 1:30~a anm. at' the Holiday Inn.

.This Month's speaker will be

Jal : :Direofor' of Technical Services
fo~r;t~he Florida Home Builders AIssociation.

J~?ck will bdi speaking on the changes to
fljori ja's Byilding Codes and will remain
.' after the luncheon for a question
Sand answer session.
Everyone is Welcome to Attend
Members $10 Non-Members $15
Please RSVP by Friday, May 1"'
bjy calling 754-5355


OPEN' HOUSE:
Saturday & S~inday
May, 2-3
1:00 to 3:00 PM


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750 Bo~i ets

o4531124
Office/Warehouse
SSpace for Rent
1000 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Located
behind Hwy Patrol, on
Arlington Blvd, going toward
middle school. 386-752-6806



ft./$1,100 mo. incl. basic utilities;
rHidh spe 6nee ls cu 2

Office S ace located atOakhill ~
Plaza on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
$700/mo. plus tax.
Call Bob 386-752-9086
OFFICE SPACE on Lake Desoto
For Rent. $500mo 9
Please call for details.
386-344-2972



parking. $650. mo. 386-758-7522.
OFFICES FOR RENT- 2,100 sq.ft.
.office setup for medical use with 8
exam rooms, $1,500 per month
MLS#69818. Also office with 1,200
MLs#69e e ot e loaeffti%
Live Oak. Call Poole Realty, Inc.,
386-362-4539.

Retail SpaCe I


Call for quotes 1-800-342-0135
.SPACE AVAILABLE
2000 sq ft. Formerly doctors
office on East Baya.
904-579-6645 weekdays.
Weekends call 386-497-4762 -
Warehouse /Boat Storage Space
for lease, 100 sq. ft. to 20,000 sq: -
ft. avail: Starting at .05 per sq. ft.
386-867-4784


7907 va8a8008 RentlS :

Spring Special Hborseshiie Beaich
Gulf Front 2bi home, w/1g water.
front porch. dock. fish sink .41ail
n kends. 5345. or w~k 5815
(352);498-5986/386-23j-33633

805 L~~ots frSae

3/4 acre, tree Ipo slbl) spilt into 2 -
lots) 1-75 & UiS Hwy 90 area High
& Dr} M. Homes &i 1ods UK.
Gary Hamilton (3861758-9524
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housing act which makes It dllegal
to advertise "an~y preference,
'limitation, oi discrirnunanon based
on race; color, religion, sex,
disabdlity famrlral status or naltion-
al ongin, or any mrennon to make ~
rsuh preference. Ilmitation or
discrimintion Famrlal status
includes children under the age of
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telephone number to the hearing
Empaird Is 1-800-9.7-9275


810 nome er.sale

431188
3Br/2Ba with .-ppliances bulk
'on your lat( $59,901). Visit:
a un8 Jurardconirtrucion com
or call 90 1-259-5008

~4 Bd 3 Ba Foreclosur'
Oni) $217/Mo~' s5' dn
15~~s n @89 Listing'
8070-366-9783 erir 9-178
BANK FORE CLOSiRE!
6 Br 3ba' O)nl) 527.900!
.lus: SEe, for listings
800-3616-9783? e~t 7921 :
.INCOME PROPERTY
3/Z Block, 5$ AC,.new carpet, pew
paint in & out, extra P/P, septic &
well. Presently rente~d. 877-231-
0080 or 386-754-0800, f l25,;000
NOW is the time to purchase
that New home 10pated in Lake
Teffrey area. This 3/2 brick oli :
1/2 ac wv/10ts of e'xtras await your
Teij'?so 35 $2700. '
7 days 7.-7 ABar Sales, Inc.
REDUCED! Owner Motivated,
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage, 2 out
buildings. $164,900 Will consider
any reasonable offer 386-93j-4205









8 02 FarmS &

Owner Financed
Half-acre to 10~ acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Properties.
386-752-4339 www.1andnfl.com ~


If -FFperty


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


950 carsforsale

1994 BUICK Centuiry. 4 dr., 72K
original miles. One owner, silver,
good AC. Extra clean $2,200.
(352)339-5158
_Acura Integra 96 $500!
Police Impounds!
for listings
800-366-9813 ext A834
A Easy Auto Loans
Bad Credit OK- 99% approval
$500.00 down. Call Ken
352-486-1331or 352-949-9098


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950 cars for sale

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



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Corvette 12001 Ducati 900SS
Loailed, gray, GPS, CD, IIMust sell, moving. Only 9k V lllt
DV 2 tp. S rious miles in excellent r ndition.

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DOMESTIC
06 Dodge Stratus $7,990
06 PTCruiser Cony $8,990
05 Grand Prix V6 $8,990
or chevy Cobalt $8,990
08 Cobalt LT $9,990

rnMaiu a LT 5,9
0~3Towncar Exect $10,990
08 Grand Prix V6 $10,990




07 Pontlac G6 S/ 11,990
0Dodge Caliberr $11,990

a7 Fr tang 61,4
on unlibu classic ~11,990
oa chevy HHR $12,490
07 Grand Prix GT $12,990
07 Mustang Leather $12,990
08 Avenger Leather $13,990
08 PT Cruiser LTD $13,990


08 Dodge Magnum $13,990
07 Dodge Magnum $13,990
07 Mustang Conv. $13,990
08 Chryster300 514,990
08 Dodge Charger $14,990
as Mownct-ar Ig499
09 Ford Mustang $15,990
or Monte carlS as si,9se
08 Pontiac G6GXP~ $16,990
08 Sebring Cony LTD $16,990

"8 "!ysEr 0Mour 1,9

oe cadmlac STS $ 20,990
orchaeger sRT8' $28,990
TRUCKS
oa suc 1soo va s: 7,99o
03 Dodge Ram Heml $8,990
08 Raider Xcab $ 11,990
on uc crew4x4 $14,990
04 2500Crew4x4 $16,990
07 Dodge 1500Quad $15,990
06 Colorado Crew Z71 $16,990
08 Frontier CrewV6 ~$16,990
08 F150Xcab VS $16,990
08 Tundra Crew $18,990
oa chevy isoocrew $18,990
08 Ford F150 Crew $19,990
07 Ram Quad 4x4 $19,990
04P250 Crew4x4 $. 20,990
07 ISO crew FX4 $ 22,990
08 Tundra Grew XSP $27,990
SPORTS UTILITY
06 Pontiac Torrent $11,990
S06 Wrantiler Sport
Right Hand Drive $11,990
07 Jeep Liberty $ .12,990
05 Jeep Wran~gler $12,990
07 Compass 4x4 $12,990
08 Mazda Tribute $13,990
07 Pacifica Touring, $13,990
07 Ford Escape $13,990
06 Pacifica Leather $14,990
05 Explorer Sp Trac $14,990
07:~Durango Leather $14,990
on Jeep Commander $15,990
08 Traliblazer $15,990
08 GucEnvoy $15,990
09 Dodg6 Journey $15,990
07 Highlander $16,890
09 Journey SXT $16,990
07iSanta Fe V6 $16,990
08 Pathfinder $616,990
09 Pontiac Torrent $ 16,990'
08 Toyota Rav4 $16,990
08 Nissan Xterra $16,990
08MazdaCX7 $16,990
oilb~odgsiDurango ~$16,990~
oe commander LTD $17,990
08 Honda Element $17,990
'04 tnfiniti ox56 $18,990
08 Explorer Bauer $19,990
07 Saturn Outlook $19,990
08 Highlander V6 ` $19,990
07CadillacSRj( $ 21,990
08 SaturnOulook $ 21,990
07,Vefacruz LTD $22,990
08 Suburban Lthr $ 23,990
08 Cadillac SRX $23,990
07 Expedition LTD $27,990
08 infiniti EX35 $28,990
08 Infiniti FX35 $28,990
08 Acura RDX Nay $ 29,990
0s8 MW X3 $35,990
, 08 Porsche Cayenne $48,990
VANS
on r caravan cargo $69,990
0 Kla Sedona EX $10,990
06 Town' Country $10,990
067 Grand Caravan $10,990
07 Hyun Entourage $11,990
08 Uplander LS $11,990
08 Ford E150 Cargo $152,990
S07 Town country $' 12,990
08 Grand.Caravan $13,250
08 KiaSedona $13,990
07 Ford E250Cargo $14,990

06 Ford 15 Pass $15,990
07 Sienna LE $15,990
08 Ford 12Pass $ 17,990
oa chevy 12Pass $17,990
da chevy 15Pass' $19,990
07 Odyssey EXL $22,990
07 Dodge Sprinter $29,990
IMPORTS


OBSscion XA $10,990
06 Mazda 61 $10,990
oa Nissan sentra1 $11,7so
07 Kia Spectra -. $11,990
MIM talant 51990

07 Mazda 5 SIR $12,990
08 Hyundal Accent $12,990
08 Hyundal Elantra $12,990
08 Sonata SI $12,990
03 ini Cooper $12,990
05 infinit( G35 $ 12,990
07 VWRabbit $12,990
06 ScionXB $12,990
08 Toyota Corolla $13,990
04 Mini Cooper $13,990
08 Nissan Altima $14,990
OS Accord Hybrid $14,990
06 Civic Hybrid $14,990
or scion TC siteso0

n Bett~ofsburg 1,9
08 Acura RSX $15,990
08 Altima Leather $15,990
09 Corolla LE $15,590
07 Maxima SE $16,990


08 Forrester 2.5X $16,990
07 Honda Civic Hybrid $16,990
08 Honda Accord $17,990
as9 camry LE $17,990
oa civicEXL Nay $17,990
06 Jaguar Xtype $17,990
08 Maxima SE $18.990
08AzeraLimited $8,s990





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Sundaiy,April 26, 2009


Section D


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GARDEN TALK ~


I
Nichelle Demorest
dndemorest@ufl.edu

Dooryard
fruit aplenty
in our area


additioil of a
fruit tree to
your landscape
C ~~this 'year. onie h
IDboryard ~fruits can be
i very attractive and provide
'Idelicious fresh fruit for the
table or for snacking on
right off the branch. Many-
different and interesting.
fr-uits can be grown in.
Florida's climate. Here in
the northern part of the
state, wer are able to grow
many~ temperate fruits that
Folks froni northern states
.grew b~ack; honie. We don't
have enough chilling days,-
howeverr; for inany of the
favorite varieties that gr~ow
? in colder climates.
Fruits from temperate
zones need to go through
a dormant; period, or a. rest
period. The temperatures
must actually be belowi
:s 45 degrees for a certain
length of time ~forf the .
plant to be stimnulated to
grow again whn spring

450l and 550~: chillingr hour-s
f ~rom Nov. 1 through
Feb. 15. That means it
.:does get cold enough
1~-for us to g-row certain
varieties of apjples, pears -
: and plums. .
~A)plant irhich doesn't
i"-: get as much winter chilling:
as it needs wrill usually
belate in leafing out and
.blooming. There won't be
:: many birds and the blooms
.will be scattered over a
Long period of time. It will
Only live a few years under `
:these warmer conditions.
:~:For this reason, many
people who ti-y to grow
northern plants are' usually
unsuccessful.Selecting
varieties that are suited~for -
our local conditions is very
important when choosing
your dooryard fruit.
Some other favorites
around here are peaches,
nectarines, figs, blueberries
and gi-ali~~ges. Peaches and
nectarines are actually
.the same species. The
difference is that peaches
have "fuzz" and 'nectarines
have smooth skin..Pl~ums
are the- only other stone;
fruit that can be grown
here.
Try the easy-to-grow
native muscadine grapes
for an interesting musky
flavor. Bunch grapes can be

mre cbaue 1 t rabb t e
or highibush blueberry
plants and be rewarded a
with ample yields of sweet
berries for years to come.
In North Florida, we
have the best of both
worlds. Not only can we
grow many tasty temperate
fruits, that age well loved,
but there are many
subtropical fruits that also
thrive in our climate. Many
have unfamliar names and
exotic tastes. Consider
trying something unique
such as Cattley guava,
feijoa, jujube, kiwi', loquat
or pomegranate. Some of
these fruits~ grow as a tree
form and some as a shrub.
The University 'of Florida
has many publications to
assist you with choosing
the right var-ieties of
fruits that are adapted
Sto North Florida. For
DOORYARD continued on. 6D


JASON MATTHEW WALKERIL5~i City Reporlnr
Bethleh'em Lutheeran Church, located at 182 E~mma' Burns. Lane, is holding its own sesquicentennial anniversary today. It is considered Florida's
oldest Lutheran Church, dating back to when Lak~e City was named Alligator.


Oldest Lutheran church in Florida turns l50.
... :, ,...r.,,,,*~ eli~ r cs T,


By JEFF M., HARDISON
hjiardison@lakecityreporter. com

cFelebrating its 1'50th
/anniversary this year,
BPethlehem Lutheran
Church is having a
special celebration
today to herald its own
:;sesqluicentennial anniverssary.
This church located at
182 Emma Burns Lane is
the oldest Lutheran Church
in Florida, according to
Adam Bast, commnimitations
specialist for the Office of
the Bishop of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church in America.
The history of this church
goes back to 1859, when
"Alligator" was renamed
''Lake City."
SOne collection of documents
recording the church's history~
fils a h-eavy, four-inch thick
Family photo album.
The church is about
.12 miles south' of Lake City
at the~ intei-section of U.S.
~Highway 41 and Columbia I
Courity Road 349.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
1 started with a congregation '
that met monthly on a Sunday
in 1859. Those fist Lutheran'
churchgoers wvent for two
y.-,iears to listen to the Rev. C.H.
:~:Bernheim. Some 150 years

hs htohrs ean rbu~ d niles
once a month to speak wiith a
congregation. Two years later,
he resigned.
The' church began as a.
result of missionary ; work :
o~f the L~utheran Synod of
SSourth Carolina. It was fist
named Bethlehem Evangelical
Lutheran Church and was
organized under Bernheim,
According to an aged, undated
newspaper clipping.
The congregation was
mostly settlers from Newberry
and Edgefield counties of
South Carolina, according to
the old newspaper clip.
"The church suffered
" several misfortunes, such as
short-term pastorates, many
years without pastoral care,
.and the great storm of 1896,
which demolished the church
building," th& old clip showed.
"But the zeal and fervor of
its members, together with
CHURCH continued on 6D


Photos by, JASON MATTHEW WALKER
Lake City Reporter

ABOVE: Dorothy Feagle plays
ICreate in me a Clean Heart' on
,the organ.

LE~: A tablet which names the
church's founding families still
stands alongside U.S. Highway
441. They are the Bedenbaugh,
Haltiwanger,, LeGrone, Sneigrove,
Feagle, Koo'n, Shealy and Witt
families. .


.Tht& zeal and
fervor of its
members,
together with the
faithful service and
devotion ofits
pastors have
enabled it to
recover from each
handicap and to
carry on its
mission in the
community."
Quote from a newspaper
clipping about
Bethlehem Lutheran Church





E NGAG EM CENTS


~ / _


ENGAGEMENTS


COURTESY PHOTo
Shannon Michele Harden
and Dustin Wayne Parrish
SDustin is a 2005 graduate
of Fort White High School.
He currently attends the
Jacksonville Plumber &
Pipefitters Apprenticeship
to obtain a journeyman's
certification. He is employed
at W.W. Gay in Gainesville.
SFamily and friends are
Invited to attend.


LAKE CITY REPORTER LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2009


Page Editor: Jerryl Spaeder, 754-0424


20 percent of each high
school graduating class
in the college's district,
as well as music, student
government, allied health,
forestry, occupational
and other scholarships.
Top performing high -
school students have the
opportunity to earn the
Florida Bright Fuitures
Scholarship and students
in fEinancial need have
access to federal Pell
grants. The financiall aid
department will consider
assistance received from
all of these sources when
awarding privately funded
scholarships. .
Since its inception in
1969, Lake City Community
College Foundation has .
awarded niore than
$5.2 million in~ scholarships
and more ~thari $2.1i million
in program support,
totaling-87~.3 million to
Sor on behalf of LCCC.
:Ths le~vel'of suppjorthas ~
been made possible by ,
the many f~eople who
Ibelies~e an investment
''in education at LCCC is
truly an investmnen'j in our
community. '
How can you help?
:'There are many way~s: fund
a scholarship. donate to the
general scholarship fund,
or give to the program
enhancement fund. Your ,I
area of interest whether
Sit be general education.
nursing, occupational
programs, performling '
arts or any other program .
offered by LCCC can
be designated for your
gift. Gilts may be made
by check, by donating
equipment, real estate,
stocks or other items


of value, or through
systematic electronic
donations. If you're
planning for the longer
term, the college can be
included in your will, you
can establish a trust that
provides a one or two
lifetime stream of income
with the remainder going to
LCCC, donate life insurance
proceeds or gift a residence
and retain a-life estate. We
often say that the LCCC
Foundation's charitable
giving program is like a
tailor's shop, we can make a
suit~ to fit anyone.
I once was riding to
Jacksonville with a friend
when we saw a billboard
advertising the upcoming
lottery. The jackpot was
in excess of $50 million.
My friend asked me what
I would do with the money
if I won. After giving
the standard answers of
helping family, funding
retirement, and paying off ~
debt, I said I would start
a charitable foundation
andnamed the causes
.:irichiding the LCCC
I.Foundation that I would
support. He said "That
would be great. Now,: what
I.are yrou doing today, with
the resources y~ou have, to
help~ those cau ses?"
Consider y'oui- support
Sof Lake City- Conumunit'
CoIllege by- givring to Lake
Cit; C'onmmunity College
Foundation to support the
programm of your choice.
MLee th
eeuie dideltor t th
uaeCit Ci mm ity e
College Foundation. He
can be reached at leemike@
lakecitycc.edu or by calling
S(386) 754-4201.


Tuition is
increasing
while gas,
groceries
and many
other
costs. of
Le Eiving are
gomng up.
Perhaps this is an
opportunity, not to stop
supporting those causes
that are important to
us, but to target our
philanthropic interests
and hold the charities we
support accountable for
results. Just as private
business is doing, not-for-
profit organizations are
undergoing a transition .
to become more efficient
while continuing to meet
their mission. Our mission
is to' support the college
and that mission becomes ,
even more important in
this economic climate.
One of the ways we .are .
becoming more efficint is
the transfer' of the general,
scholarshiip awai-d process ~
to the LCCC financial aid
department. Students will ::
be required to complete
a Free Application for
Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA), as well as a
one page supplement
to be considered for
most scholarships.
L;CCC's financial aid
department has the
ability to determine
the best way to allocate
the available resources
including local, state,
federal, public and private
aid, to benefit students.
in addition to privately i
funded scholarships,
LCCC provides Topl 20
Scholarships to the top


By MIKE LEE
Lake City Community College
Foundation executive director
his year marks
te 40th
anniversary
of Lake City
Community
College Foundation. The
Foundation serves LCCC
by encouraging private
investments in student
scholarships, teaching '
resources, equipment, and
Other much needed sup-
Sport that enhance the level
of education at LCCC.
An individual, corporate,
or organizational decision
to support college .
programs is determined
and imnfuenced by a
Number of factors. These
factors include charitable
inclination, program or
area of interest, ability t6
give and the realization
that gifts to a small, rural
community college have
~an enormlous~nnpact on
student's lives.
We've all heard'about
the state of the economy,
high unemployment and
foreclosure rates, declining
stock markets and a '
host of other economic
challenges. Most of us
.: are concerned about our
future and the future of
our famlilies. Even with
all the negative news,
; investment in education
has never been more
important. The economic -
reality is a two-edged
`~sword, on one hand donors
are more conservative and
on the other,' students are
facing rougher financial
situations as they. strive to
complete their education.


Shala Rienee Carneron and
Christopher Alan Walker
Chris Walker Custom Homes
and Roofing, Inc.
Christopher is the owner of
Chris Walker Custom Homes
and Roofing, Inc:y
Family and friends are
invited to attend.


'~COURTESY PHOTO
Laura Magette Fechteler
and Mlichael Justin Kay
Bishop Kenny High Schiool,
Jacksonville, and is a member
of the Unlted States Navy.


Fechteler-Kay
Ms. Betsy Fechteler
of Charlottesville, Va.,
announces the engagement
ar d aapuproaechmnguma rige of
Fechteler, to Michael Justin
Kay, son of Ron and Diane
Kay of Jacksonville.
Laura is a graduate of
Albemarle High School,
Charlottesville, Va., and a
May candidate for graduation
:from Old Dominion University,
Norfok a,a ac re ss e In t

marine biology
Mike Is a graduate of

Reed-Greene
James and/ Carmelita
Mattox, of Lake City.
announce the engagement
and'approaching marriage of
their daughter, Brenda Kay
Reed. of Lake City. to Abel
Stephen Greene, of Lake
City, son of Danny and Mary
Vih wdin 1 plainred
for 6 p.m. May 16, 2009, in
Las Vegas.
13renda is a registered
niiise' working in the Mayo
Clinic in the surgical intensive


COURTESY PHOTO
Brenda Kay Reed and Abel
Stephen Greene
care unit in Jacksoriville.
Abel is a customer service
manager at Auto'crafters in
St. Aulgustine.


g"*(loe~dc 1i th solu aa
physical education teacher
Sat Columbia High School.
'She also is the varsity
volleyrball coach at CHS
and ~coaches with the Lake
City Volleyball Association. .
'She is also employed with
Hab Fitness as a personal
trainer. She~ also is working
toward her master's degree
Sin educational leadership
through American College
of Education and plans to
graduate in August 2010.
Matthew is a 1994
graduate of Suwannee High
School. He earned a AS .
degree in nursing In 2008
from Santa Fe Community ,
College. He currently is
employed with Sbands at the
University of Florida where '
he works as a nurse in Ihe
.neuro intensive care unit.


Harden-farrish :
Teresa Tornkins and
Greg Harden, of Lake City,
.announce the engagement
S'and approaching marriage
of their daughter, Shannon
Michele Harden, of Lake City
to Ddstin Wayne Parrish, of
I ort White, son of Marilyn ,
and Bobby Parrish, of Fort
White.
The wedding is planned
lor 5 p.m. Saturday, June
S13, 2009, at Hopeful Baptist
Church, Lake City. A reception
will follow at Mason City
Community Center, Lake City.
Shannon is a 2007
graduate of Columbia High ~
School and currently'attends
Lake City Community
College to obtain''an AA and
AS degree in nursing. She is
Semployed.at Colirmbia Bank
in Lake City:' '


SMc~eon-Brodi :
Barbara MkcKeon, of
Providence, is engaged to .
Michael W..Browrn,.also of
Providence.,. He is the son of
the late Allen and Barbara
Brown. -
Barbara iS the daughter of
Bill and Virginja Brown.
SThe wedding is planned
for 2 p.m. Saturday, June 13,
2009, at First Baptist C~hurch
of Lake City. A reception will
'follow at First Baptist Church
Fellowship Hall.
SBarbara earned a
bachelor's degree from
Cumberland College,
Williamsburg, Ky., in 1989, .
and is also a graduate
of First Academy at I;BC
of Lake City and Sylvan :


King-McCallister
. Carl and Debra King,
of Fort White, announce
.thB engagement ~of their
daughter, Casie -Marie King
of Fort White; toMFV1t~hew
Jackson McCallister, of
Live Oak, son of Danny
McCallister and; Kathyi
McCallister, of Live, Oak.;
The wedding is planned -
for 6 p m. Saturday, Aug. 1,
2009, at M~andi's Chapel at
Camp Weed at Camp Weed
Casie is a 2000 graduate
of Columbia High School.
She earned her AA degree
from Lake City Communit~; '
College in 2002 where she ,
was a member of the 2001
national championship '
softball team. She graduated
with honors from Thomas '
University with a degree in
social work. She currently is


COURTESY PHOTO
Rebekah Lynn Fries
and Christopher Alan Phillips
with a bachelor's degree
in ministry. He currently is
employed with Wal-Mart.












FIawr a ds Gts
Couples registered:

Jackie Jennings
Briary \ic ~ers
june 6,; 2009
.Shannon H~arden
Dustin. Parrish
J~ une 1i3, 2009
::Miranda Koon
A.J. Ward.
Ju~ne 13, .2009
SLisa Cruz
Benjamin Swisher
fu~ly 11, 2~00
Jessica Bell
Stephen Douglas
Ju~ly 25, 2009
Britnee Skiriner
Dustin Bell
September 26, ?009-
'Destiny Lee
Whitcomb
Brent Whitcomb

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they want in a wedding
or shower gift. We update
their list as gifts are
purchased, and gift wrap.

( WARD'S
JEWELRY &r GIFTS
Historic Downtown
156 N. Mlarion Ave.
752-5470


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'COURTESY PHOTO
Barlbara McKeon
and' Michael W. Brown
Learning Center,
Michael earned a
bachelor's degree, in
accounting from the
University of Florida in 1997.
Family and -fyrieds are
in1/ifted to attend.


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LCCC Foundation celebrates 40 yearS


Camerona-Walker
Raymond and Jodi Hall,
of Fort White, announce
the engagement and
tahp odacuh g marriage oene
Cameron, of Fort White, to
Christopher Alan Walker, of
Fort White, son of Romana
Walker of Fort White. The
bride is also the daughter of
Donna Hall.
The wedding is planned
for 2 p.rn. Saturday, Aug.

09,yan dtCehriotme Walker.
A reception will follow at the
same location.
Shala is ~a 2003 graduate
of Columbia High School
and is currently employed at


Fries-Phillips .
Paula and Cheryl Fries,
of Ri~chland City, Wisc.,
announce the engagement
and approaching marriage
qf their daughter, Rebekah
Lyinn Fries, 6f Gracevill?, to
Christopher Alan Phillips, of
Lake City,.Son of Alan and
Ramona Phillips, of Lake C~ity.
The wedding, is planned
for 2 p.m. Saturday, M~ay 23,
:2009, at the R.G. Lee Chapel
at The Baptist College
of Florida, Graceville. A
reception will follow at The
Gathering,.in Graceville.~
Rebekah is a 2000
graduate of Trinity Home
School and a 20)04 graduate
of The Baptist~ College of
Plorida, where she earned
a bachelor's degree in
Christian education She
currently is employed as an
admissions counselor at The
Baptist College of' Florida.
Chris is a 2003 graduate
of Columbia High School

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Troy Roberts
Phone:(386) 754-0427
troberts@lakecityreportercorn

Lo Cash

Cowboys

Sgaina new

fan 18 H16


photographer
Jason
Matthew
O ~~Walker and ITn Thrd
made our way to Live Oa
for the annual Suwannee
River Jaul. Our goal, aside
from making our way

"ilogh ~e hund eds adat



with Country music artist

Vtohedwe were told Ford
was rtmning a few minutes
behind, we were offered

Crs :::".8 ani Prs
Brust, better known as
LOCash Cowboys. While I'd
Heard of the duo before -
thiey've hit a new high on
popularity since their New
Year's, Eve perfor-mance
on Fox I didn't really
know much about them,
so I vriasn't sitre if I was
comfortable doing tl e
interview.
It appears my worries
were for naught ~they
were relaxed enough for
the four of us.
I've interviewed a
number of sports ~figures
and celebrities before
from Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Sand Tdm Glavine to Mr. T
and Bruce Campbell -but
I'v6i never met two guys
who seemed more relaxed
.durinIg an interview, Lucas
Sand Brust seemed as
comfortable talking to us
as they were to each other.
And thqt's Saying
something considering we
basicallyr woke them up
to do the interview. You
have to give me at least~
an hour in the morning.
before I can even think
coherently, much less give :
an interview.
The two talked about
the love of their newfound
popularity and h'ow, unlike
many musicians, they
embrace their fans. Lucas
said he enjoys being
stopped mn the mall to sign


recognize them in passing.
They talked about being
recognized at the Super
Bowl, drinking beers
S- Bud Select, they noted,
paying homage to one of
their sponsors and not
Believing in rehearsals,
When they're not writing
music or playing both
of which they do qften, ~
thiey noted, as-they were
up until l a.ni. Wednesday
night writing music, and
Perform approximately 200
shows annually they
said they're almost alivays '
playing "NBA Live" or
"Madden NFL" on their
'Sony Playstation 3 on their
tour bus.
And the duo enjoy a
practical joke or two. If
you believe what they say,
the two don't even like
each other and at times
force their band members
to wear Groucho-style


during our interviiew with
Colt Ford.
I've only heard one or
two of their songs up until
now, but LoCash Cowboys
just gained a new fan.
Troy Roberts covers
entertainment for the
Lake City Reporter.


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4D LAKE CITY REPORTER LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2009


Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424


STo submit your Community
Calendar item, contact Jeff
Hardison at 754-0426 or by
e-mail at jhardison @
lakecityrepoorter.com.


Call (386) 365-8743.

-Sunday, May 3
American Legion
Post 57 hosts bingo
American Legion Post 57
and Auxiliary Unit 57. Bingo
begins at 3 p.m. and
6:45 p.m. every Sunday,
Monday and Thursday. Call
(386) 288-2755.

Monday, May 4
Art show- planned at
LCCC's Levy Center
The public is invited
to view the Art Show,
"Suwannee Valley Master
and Emerging Artists Exhibit"
at the Levy Performing Arts
Center at the Lake City
community College from
May 4 to June 28. The
exhibit is sponsored by Ezine
Art Matters, which supports
the mentorship and career
development of regional
emerging artists. Call Joan
Fetchen at (386) 697-4622.

Tuesday, May 5
Possibilities self-help
gfoup meets Tuesdays

facA sta edhb pLi Cpoach
sJdeHolmbr wile ex ore
is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
every Tuesday at Fort White
Town Hall. There is no
charge. Call (386) 497-3223.

Kiwanis Club meets
at Women's Club
The, Kiwanis Club of Lake
City meets at noon every
Tuesday at thie Womeh's
Club, 257 SE Hernando Ave.
Call Dennis Smiith at
(386) 365-8747 or call
(386) 365-8747.

Lions Club meets
T edajjjjjjj at G agdbn
uTeh~e e CityuL onns Club
meets at the Guangdong
Chinese Restaurant in the
Lake City Mall at 7 p.m.
every Tuesday. Call
,752-2612 or (386) 497-3536.


cOURTESY PHOTO

History's IV~steries .
This photo resides in the extensive collection at the Itake Cityr Columbia County. Historical Mstisum. Unfortunately, museurn
staff doesn't know who these folks are. Do you? If so, help preserve the past for our children and grandchildren by calling
(386)' 365-5619 or e-mailing john~johnstanford: com.


Cuty F m Bureau. Call

Rotary Club to mleet
a Elks Club


Sa 'inS B kk of Floria
benefit CARC-Advocate?
for,Citizens withi Disabilities
, and Happy House.
Call 752-1880, ext. 104, or
.752-4736.

Master gardener
annual plant sale slated
The annual inaster
gardener plant sale is
scheduled to be from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 2
at the UF/I AS co ubi

at the Columbia County
fairgrounds. A variety of
plants will be available for
Purchase and the UF rrlaster
gardeners will be there to
answer gardening questions.
SCall (386)~ 752-5384.


ndo Ave. The Rotary Club of Lake
.City meets every Thtirsday
at noon at the Elks C~lub, 309
NE Hernando Ave. Visiting
members and guests are
welcome. Call Steve Smith
Igdog at (386) 758-9990.
ns Cluib Wildflower Cafe,
eO~ hosts Jam Session
;m. All musicians are invited to
a free jam session at
97-3536.~ 6:30 p~m. every Thursday at
the WildFlower Cafe, 326 N.
Marion Avenue. Call
` (386) 754-1.150.

osts American Legion
days, at Po~st 57 hosts bingO ~
American Legidn Post 57
,and Auxiliary: Unit 57. Bingo
)Cl 9 beglrisat 3p.m. and
ril 296:45 ~p mnevery Sunday,
hos Moa a n~d7 ursday. Call
rence (3).
Idation Domestic violence
nual support group ~meets
nt
Diversity Asupport group for
'survivors of domestic
,4p.m. violence meets at 5:30 p.m.
j'ut every Thursday. The
the location is for therri alone.
/n eLake Call Another Gray at -
e,, .(86 79 700. Child care

luding UF master gardeners

oka cu available at fairgroundS
nding The Uhiversity of Florida .
ltural master gardeners are at the
Ind Coluinbia County; Extension
'.Office from 9 a.m. to noon
:www. every Tuesday, Thursday
Id click and Friday. They answer
ference" gardening questions and -
-5168. conduct soil pH- tests
free of charge. Call (386)
ntown Us-54 otr s ip at t e
~yle at the Columbia County
,f fairgrounds.

!ach Friday, May 1
feStyle
628 SE Law Day event
55-7969. planned ~at courthouse

lil 30 May 1 is Law Day and
a Law Day event is slated
d DOT for 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on
May 1 in Olust~ee Park.
invited A Florida Supreme Court
Justice is anticipated to
orida attend as are several judges
;portation f "i thh Columbiga er ng
he is. prc ected to include light
ngre rsmets.

Une is Local time cpsule
ning to beinterred
o s The Columbia County
School Board has planned
he t nnoerrits tmet capsle
ious City's 150th anniversary.
o and This sesquicentennial
ons. The event is slated to be at the
3d by administration complex at
countyy 11:30 a.m. on May 1. The
Ilumbbia public is invited.


VFW Post 2206 hosts
Bingo 1-4 p.m. Tue'sdays, at
134 Forest Lawn Way: Call
(386) 752-5001.

Preschool sto6rytime is
slated at First Baptist
Preschool storytime is
available from 3:30 to
4:30 p.m. every Tuesday at
First Baptist Church of Lake
City, 182 NE Justice St. All
children aged 4 years and
younger are invited to join
the fun, which includes a
story, craft and snack.
Call (386) 752-5422.

Wednesday, May 6
Newcomers to hold
Friendship Luncheon
The Lake City
Newcomers' Friendship
Luncheon will be held
at noon on May 6 at the
Lifestyle Enrichmient
Center on SE Allison Court
-- behind Ba a Pharmacy
on Baya Ave ue. Cost is $5.
Reservations are a must.
:Call (38867) 758-2026 or
cnter will fotlo thee
meeting. All members,
guests and friends are
welcome.

Rotary Club-Downtown
to meet at LifeStyle
The Rotary Club of
Downtown Lake City
meets at 7:15 a.m. each
Wednesday in the
LifeStyle Enrichment 'Center,
628 SE Allison Court.
Call (386) 755-7969.

Thursday, May 7
National Day of Prayer
to be observed

Cit' scele antnniale the
Ministerial Subcommittee
will observe a National Day

noon to 1 p.m. on May 7,
downtown in Olustee Park.
The community is invited to
attend. For more information
call Audre' Washington at
(386) 719-5742.


at community center
The Lulu community
invites everyone to its 30th
Annual Lulu Homecomin'g
I a t .tthe Leu n memnnia
10:30 a.m. on May 2. Lunch
is to be served at 12:30

eeo ti bri g a bset
lunch for all people in their
party.~ awn airs are hepf l
tboe fulof gms omd m sic
and flow ip. There: wi l
be a quilt raffle. T-shirts and

pucae.Cl wv Nlon at


Park to host
'Art in the Park' ~

C tephenF~orster Feolk
Park hosts "Art in the
Paik" from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. the first Saturday of
each month. Crafters will
demonstrate pottery, fabric
arts, stained glass qu ling,

W rk hmps have a smoal fee
with $4 park admission and
all ( )t~om9 -fir~s served.

Bird walk scheduled
at Alligator Lake
The Four Rivers Audubon
ALLI-Walk is a bird, butterfly
and nature walk conducted
' the first Saturday of every
month. The walk is from
8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and
explores the shores of
Alligator Lake.
Enter Alligator Lake at
lhebCRt Par e rCountry
parking area next to the pole
barn. Bring a hat, sunscreen,
water, binoculars and a
snack. Call Jacqui Sulek
(386) 497-4185 or Loye
Barnard (386) 497-3536.

~Magic the Gathering,
league play
From noon to 6 p.m.
each Saturday at American .
Legion Post 57, on U.S.
Highway 41 South, Magic
the Gathering League Play
occurs. Everyone is invited.


Thie 16th Annual M~jusica
Evening with Friends is
Planned to start at 7:30 .
p.m. on April 28 ir the LevJ
Performing Arts Center on
'Southeast Studen~t Way, on
Sthe campus of Lake ~City
Community College. Harry
Wuest and IVatt Johhs will
direct the LFCCr- ateway



will be playing This
performance is free and
open to the public. :

Preschool storytinme is
slated at First Baipti
Preschool storytime is
~available from 3:30 to ~
4:30 p.m. every Tuesday a.

F ity 132p NEJstET ce St. Al
Children aged 4 years and
Syhoune ara ihn itedt jo n

story 3c87ta~nd sak.

`UF master gardeners
.available at fairground
SThe Universit of Florida
master gardeners are at th
Columbia County Extensiol
:Office from 9 a.m. to noon
every Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday. They answer
g rdd ing questontssand

72- 384 or sto ath )
UF/IFAS Extension Office
at the Columbia County
fairgrounds.

Possibilities self-help
group meets Tuesdays

fac litsa d by li Cpoach
SJudee Holmberg will explol
options for what's next. It
is scheduled fo~r 7:30 p.m
every Tuesday at Fort Whil
Town Hall. There is no
charge. Call (386) 497-322


lThq Hos ice Foun
of America' 1.6th An
National Bereavieme
y. Teileconferenelon "I
a d End-of-Life C r
Scheduled idr 1:30a t
SWedlnesday~ through
0,b0 cornties i
U itedc munes inclu
ei.T lus t~e nfer

in rn d ned au hr, n
prho sseoroDr erK D
on ways of understand
diversity and how cu
histories, traditions a
beliefs can affect
end-of-life care. Visit
havenhospice.org an
on the "HFA Telecon
link or call (352) 692

e. Rotary Club-liowl
Sto 'meet at LifeSt
The Rotary Club o
Downtown Lake City
Meets at 7:15 a.m. e
.Wednesday in the Li
Enrichment Center, ~
'Allison Court. Call 7t

Thursday, Apr

n e Farmers to atten
seminar, public it
Local farmers are
invited to attend a Fl
SDeupcar me of Tans
6 p.m. Thursday in tl
Entertainment Buildil
on the Columbia Col
Fairgrounds. Everyo
invited. Laws concernr
faanheaquuipmn ion' r
products are on the
beadsc e inw I e
movement of hazard
materials and fuel, te
from farming operati
teevent is co-sponsore
Hunter Oil Co., Tri-C
,, Irrigation and the Co


CO~~~DMMUNT CLNA


Today, April 26
Bethlehem Lutheran
celebrates 150 years
Just as Lake City is
celebrating its 150th
anniversary with events
every month of 2009,
Bethlehem Lutheran Church,
at 182 Emma Burns Lane, is
having a special celebration
on Sunday to herald its
150th anniversary.
Evenfone is invited to the
event at 10:30 a.m.
To reach the church, go
Coouthmo aUCS Hghwayd 3149to
and U.S. 41.
Bring a covered dish
and stay for lunch after the
servce-

American Legi0R
Pdrst 57 hosts bingo
American Legion Post 57
and Auxiliary.Unit 57. Bingo
begins at 3 p.m. and
6:45. p.m. every Sunday, .
:~Monday and. Thursday
Call (386) 288-2765 .

Owens' reunion
'planned at Masoin City
Descendants of William
Joseph and Harriet Green
O. wens are scheduled to hold
their annual family reunion
wit c covered dseh luch at

SCity Community Center, U.S.
Highway 41 Sduth of Lake
City.~ AII friends. and- relati res
are i viteI to atted bCal


Monday, April 27
~American Legion
Post 57 hosts` bingo
American Legion Post 57
and Auxiliary' Unit ~57: Bingo
begins at 3 p.m. and
6:45 p .m. every Sunday
Monday and Thursday
Call (386) 288-2755; .

1Tuesday,April 28
D-em~ocrats to meet
at main library branch
, The Columbiia County
Democratic Executive
Committee has scheduled ,
Sits regular meeting ~to start .
at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
:downtown branch of the .
; Columbia County Library ~
All registered Democrats
are invited to attend.
Call 752-3476


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of Lake
!very
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Kiwvanis Club mie~
at Kiwamrs Club
The -Kiwahis Club
City meets at noon e
Tuesday at the Wom
Club, 257.SE H-ernar
Call (386) 365-8747,
or Dennis Smith at
(386) 365-8747.

1.ions Club meets
`Tuesdays at Guan
The Lake City Lior
.'Citin$ Re tarannt
Lakte C'ity Mall at 7 p
every Tuesdaiy. Call
752-261.2 or (386) 4!

VFW: Post 2206
Shosts Bingo
VFW Post i206 he
Bingo 1-4 p.m. Tuese
1,34 Forest Lawn Wa
Call (386) 752-5001.

Welldnesday,; Ap


SFish fry to help `
area homeless ~
Community Mercy Center
in conjunction with First
Assembly~of God is holding
a fish fry; each Fridaiy from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The cost
is $6. Dinner includes fried
fish, bake beans, hush
puppies, cole ~slaw, grits and
pound cake. It wilf deliver
to businesses buying five
or more dinners. Proceeds
from thi's sale goes to ~help
mhrc es sapt lospA uval
St. TI~e phone number is
(386) 752-2195.

Farmers M~aket
in 01ustee Park
Fresh: fruits, vegetables
and flowers are, being sold at
`the Farmers Market. There is
an assortment of plants and
homemade Crafts for sale
there as well. The Olustee
Park Farmers Market is held
every Friday from 1 p m..to

Pity, Cot clffNe~uakaem at
ameangene~~aol.comn. .

UF master gardeners
available at fairgrodunds
The University of Florida
'malsteir aar~deners ere st t
Office from 9 aim. to noon
every Tuesday, Thursday
dade ni q est on an

n -384 or stpt th8
UF/IFAS Extension Office
at the Columbia County
fairgrounds.

Pot luck dinner '
and dancing planned
.A pot luck dinner and
dancing happens from 7 to
10:30 p.m. every Friday in

tChentr re53 wNnWC Dsm
St. The event is open to all

st is Ied indcmajntio wtehs
the Lake City Recreation
Department. Call Maggie
Battle (386) 961-9342, :
Jim Eddy (904) 275-3662
or Tobe Morrow
(386) 961-0368. .

Saturday, May 2

'Sprinig ling' slated ~
as firefighter benefit

and F r ~ih ks~ SC r g Fl
is scheduled forW M p~.

Drive. Hosted by Jerry and
Carolyn Castagna, this event
includes a barbecue dinner,
beverages, dancing and -
pry ze Ttchasd at 5CARCd
512 SW Sisters Welcome '
Road; aJpp Houe 544
Eadie Insurance Agency,
4447 NW American Lane;
Sassy's, 174 N. Marion
Ave.-; John Burns State
Farm Agency, 220 SW Main
Blvd. and at all First Federal


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JASON bATTHEW WALKERILjr ik ly Reporter:
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Continued From Page 10D
the faithful service and
devotion of its pastors
have enabled it to, recover
from each handicap and to
carry on its mission in-the
community."
Records in the church's
history book show the
present building \vas .
completed in July of 1897,
replacing the first building.
In 1956, stained glass
windows were added. In
1959, a cover over the
front porch was added,
according to information in
the church's history book.
The structure of the
church also changed over
time: Like in all other
churches, the people
are what makes the
congregation.
One older Columbia
~County
resident
whose .
ancestors
:; .~,~-~~p~helped
start the
church
is Annie
Pearce Loretta ,
.Feagle Pearce, 91.
The Iteagle~family ,
are among the church's
l irst founders. Pearce's
~-.grandfather, Williarn
Feagle. helped build the
first church, which was
:~~' destroyed in the hurricane
of 1896i. Her father,
Shelton Feagle, built the
church that stands today.
The church today is
bricks that were placed
around the original
structure, said Pearce's
daughter, Deb Ware,
56.. Wc~~are's twoo sgongo
to church at Bethlehem


"His momma had to bily
him a pretty thing, to fit
in there, before he would
do it-"
IHis mother was the
teacher of the next class,
Pearce said.;
Just as there are
Christenings, baptisms
and marriages, there
are funerals among the
members of this church.
Ware said'there is an
active cemetery on the
church grounds. One of the
men who was trimming a
tree on the grounds fell and
broke his neck, she said.
He is buried near that tree,
Ware said.
Among other the people ~
buried there, W~are said,
are Conifederate soldiers,
and soldiers from the
Spanish~-American War, ,
World War1I, World War II
and ~other wars.


Lutheran, she said.
The current average
attendance is about
50 people, according
to Eudine Bailey,
church treasurer. Like
many members of the
congregation, Bailey said
her another and father, and
both sets of paternal and
niaternal~ grandparents
attended the church.
"We're all very proud.of
.our little church," Bailey
said. '
Just as the church had
a visiting pastor 150 years
ago, the services these day
are by a man who comes
to the church.
On Sunday, Pastor
Wilbur Bock deliverS
a fine message to the
congregation, Bailey said.
Ware said this church is
different than some bigger
churches in, another way.
"Wie don't have a
separate children's
church," Ware said.
Children atterid.the
worship~service wiit~h
adults, she said, arid
if a child cries, no one :
'becomes upset by it,.
Pear~ce remembers
growing. up in the.chalirch
and then becomling one
of the Suriday school
teachers long ago.
The 91-year-old recalls
one child in particular.
"I had one boy that, he
Just wouldn't get our (go
to the nexut year's class)
when he wias supposed
to." Pearce said. "He just
wouldn't do it. And I said.
'Well son, you've got to
go and move up.'~ He just
didn't want to do that.


'JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Music at Bethlehem 1.utheran C~hurch is as much a part of the history of the congregation as
the~ scripture that h~as been read to its.members for the past 150 years.


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.~information on how to
grow these and other
fruits, go to the site httP://
solutionsforyourlife.com ~
Youi- local nurseryman
and the County; Extension
LdOffice are also sources for
information ort growing
Your door yard fruits.
'The master gardeners .
are in the Plant Clinic at
the Extension Office on
Tuesday, Thursday, and
:Friday mornmings ~fron7 .
9 a~m.. to ri~oon.
SVisit the master
gardeners at the TIP
Springs Celebration ~froni
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 25 1


at the Lake City Mall.
Register to win a selection
of Butterfly Plants and
sign up.for upcoming
Butterfly Gardening and
Rain Barrel Workshops.
Plan to attend the May 2
Master Gardener Plant
Sale to be held at the
UF/IFAS Extension Office
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at .
the Columbia County
Fairgrounds.
glNichelle~ Dernorest is a
horticulture agent with the
Columbia County Extension
of the University of Florida
Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences.


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