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NOW: The Santa Fe River at the State Road 47 bridge between Gilchrist and Suwannee counties reflects in still wNaters
Monday morning. While the National Weather Service reports this part of the river is below flood stage, the water sits just
over the top of the boat ramp at the park on the southern side of the river.
MinrOI StRHOS of flooding at Suwannee, Santa Fe
remain On Sulwannlee;
Some parks still closed.
By JEFF M. HARDISdN
IjhrdeSOn~G tabaCI 'i)tlrprer.om
The National WVeather Service
reported Mlonday morning that
flooding is gone or onlyi at a mlinor
stage along the Santa Fe River and
As of 6 a.m. on Alonday,: the Santa
Fe River was at 2'3.'2 feet at Three
Rivers Estates, said Bob Kern ~NWS
Flood stage there is 19 feet. he said,
and this means flooding dropped
from major to mlinor.
The Santa Fe River at the Ur.S.
Highwray- 1291 bridge w-as at 23.1
feet and flood stage there is 2'1 feet.
The Santa Fe River at Fort Wl~hite is
below flood stage no~.
.The Suwrannee River is below
flood stage at every point touching
Columbia County, Kern said. .-
Kern said a high pressure ridge
over: the Southeast Unrited States
should keep ~eathler dry~ for the
next four or fiv~e days, which means
the river levels should continue
Flood levels are dropping and this
From staff reports
TA~LLAHASSEE -- No
cases of swine flu have
bee-n identified anywhere in'
Florida, inchiding Columbia
County as of .1ate Monday
afternoon, ,aCcording to
the Florida Department of
Cases of swine flix are con-
11rmed in the United States,
however, according to the
federal Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention.
an e"edse end n c nunmbr
ing' into the hundreds are
confirmed, according to
the FlOrida ~Department of-
--This is a 'situation where
w~e must all.be on the alert,"
said Dr. Ann Viamonte Ros,
Florida's state surgeon gen-
eral. 'WIe have increased
Oiur surveillance aqd ive're
telling doctors that since
the fil season is \\aning, if
they see patients with sud-
den onset high fever .and a
cough or sore throat, they
should collect a specimen
Ros 'said the Florida
Department of Health has
a response plan arid has put
it into play.
HI nswers to questions
abot~lj swine flu, see H~ealth,
*-Our state laboratories
have the equipment nec-
essary and our personnel
are` trained in identify-
ing influenza samples. We
have increased surveil-
hince, alerted ~doctors and
are working with our local
health departments," she
The State Surgeon
General pro~vide~d these ree-
FUJ continued on~ 3A1
THEN: The Santa Fe River at the State Road 417 bridge between Gilchrist and
Suwannee counties is shown on April 14. The river levels were much higher
earlier this month after several storms swathed a path across North Florida.
lifted fromh any; ine of the Suwarn nee
River, Parker said. <
Boating restrictions on all five
zones of the Suw~an~nee River remain
The FW'C still encourages boaters
FLOODS contlinued Ijn 3A 1
meank~ idle' speed boatn restric-
tions are ,starting. to ~lift, accord-
ing to Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commiission Public
Information Superv~isor Kiaren
AJs of Mlonday afternoon, the idle
speed requirement has not been
uses new approach.
By TONY BRITT ,
wrorlrl8,j:ccr n reCIrcer. iom
A group of children at
Summuers Ele-mentary~ School
are benefiting froml a new ;
approach to education.
This approach has them tak-
ing part in classes after school
where they're excitement can't
be~ contained and why would
The children are playing
board games, wor-king on sci-
entific experiments and are
scheduled to take part in Brain
and Body Breaks where they
exercise their brains and bodl-
ies during structured activities
including soccer, basketball or
W\h ile the chikilren's acti~iities
appear to be randomly. f~un-filled
after-school activities. they are
actually- acti\-ites encomlpassed
in the Sumimers Elementary
After Sc~hool program.
Thle program is part ~f
the Florida's 21lst Century
Community Learning Center, .
wrhere- the boardl games help
the children learn how to add
and subtract, where the sci-
entific experiments help the
children learn the scientific
process and the outdoor activi-
ties help the children establish
and mnaintain hlealth\ ife~style
Aill of the program's activi-
lies are part of a "disguised
learning" curriculum where
thle children learn while having
(1mn through alternative learn-
Su mmelr s EleI~men tar y
rece~iveld a 81-1-1,,211 federallj-
iunde~d grant fo~r tive years ofi
hosting the programs. Surnuners
Elemellintaryr is o~ne of three
col~unt sc~hooils. Richardlso-n
litddle andt Fo-rt W~h ite
Elementary were the others,
to win the five-year competitive
The Summers. Elementary
SCHOOL continued on 3A
TowNY pTTI rre s:.rj Fc..:.ne,
Justin King (from left) and Josh Sutton play a board game designed to help them
improve their math skills during a Surrimers Elementair School after school
program which is part of a 21st Florida Century Community Learning Center
grant. The program is designed to help children improve their FCAT reading and
math scores utilizing 'disguised learning' techniques.
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M~ore, than; 40 people
called th~e Columbia Counrty
Mosquito' conti-ol office
M~onday with complaints
about growing, riosquito
populations :in the flood
affected southern area of
the county. .
Cohimbia: County m~os-
quito control director- Bill
the Three Lycan
:R iv `e rs
.' Estates area~ after; the
Ichetucknee and Santa Fe
rivers overflowed their
: banks and left a large breedl-
ing area tor mosquitoes.
i,"Lycan /said on Alondia.V
that the county's.mosquito
i''control spraying for the sea-
son isn't scheduled to begin
until Mlay I but the depart-
ment may have to begin the
"T'm going dow~n in the
Three Rivers' area Tuesday
to see where the water is at. .
li -hit has receded anyv we may
;j:do a one-timne blitz of that
area come Thursday night,
but I won't kinowr until Ilook
at the area." Lycan said,
noting he's going to use
larvaecide to treat stan'd-
1-i'ing water in the area used
'by mosquitoes as breeding :
Lyean: said he expects
to haLve increased. spraying
in the Three Rivers area
because of recent flooding.
"The rest~ of the coun-
ty is pretty :dry, but it just
depends on mosquito pop-
ulations and fundingg,' he
said.' "We're ~still. awaiting to
find out 'wjhat-the state is .
going to give us in money.
They~ may cut all of it out.
Should that happen, I don't
MbOSQUITOS contiianted onr 3A
Flood waters receding
'Disguised learning' used in
elementary after school program
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Mike Kane, a mechanic for Columbia County government, shows how the Phoenix Fogger
shoots a fine spray' of poison into the air to help control mosquitoes. Kane said five men drive
the fogger trucks in the county at night to kill the flying pests.
-MOSQUITOES: Officials expecting a
bus str to th of as r- + +
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FLOODS: 7 parks remain closed
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program began Dec. 8
after the school was award-
ed grant funding. It's the
fist year the program has
been installed at Summers
.Elementary and 113 stu-
dents take part in the pro-
gram, which averages 63-65
children per day,
Loren and Patti Markham,
a husband and wife team,
oversee the program at
S"The program is for chil-
dren ill the third, fourth of
~fifth grade that have scored
a (Level) 1 or 2 on the
Assessment 'Iest or any
child in that grade level
tamecould p ssibly use
and 'math," said Loren
Markham, co-site coordi-
nator for the SEAS after
school program. "'The pro-
gramn is designed to help
children become more
proficient in reading and
math in a way they don't
know they are becoming
more proficient in reading
and math. We don't do the
normal things a classroom
teacher does. We do what's
called disguised learning
through games and fun
activities that a lotiof times
the teachers in the class-
rooms just don't have time
to do. We try to make it
fun and enjoyable for the
Monday afternoon K~evin
Crossman and Andrew
Wall, Florida Department of
Education evaluators from
the University of Florida,
were ahteSummers tomake
ing students' needs.
"~We are here to help the
program and see~ if there is
anything they need and note
the ~things they are doing
well, things they could use
some improvement on -
it's just a general checkup
halfway through the year,"
During ~their four-hour
visit, Crossman and Wall
were given an overview of
the program and also inter-
viewed school personnel
and students as part of their.
Markham said program
officials have seen improve-
ment in the students' work
and grades since the pro-
"From~ what we can tell
so far, by looking at report
cards and~ some other
things, overall there is an
i po emenlo gt ts t'
he said. "The kids enjoy
it. They like coming and
they have a good time and
that's what it's all- about
-making it better for
Drain standing water in your yard and
neighborhood where mosquitoes can
breed. Mosquitoes may develop in any
water stagnant for more than three to
. Dusk and dawn are the times of day
you ~should try to stay indoors.Trhis is
wherivinfected~ mosquitoes -are most
Dress in long sleeve shirts and long
Pants when you are outside. For extra
protecticih, you may want to spray thin
clothing with re ellent
DEE~T is an~ inP redierit to look for in
your insect repellent. Follow label instruc-
tions and always wear repellent when
Source: C~olumbia: County
Environmental Health Department
there is actually an increase mosqui
much in mosquito population."' night.
of the W~ith the new, rules in Mosl
We've place, the..departmnent will guidelil
things dend an employee out to do ing .w
ur pro- a landing rate count where 'water.
. "Just the employee will go to the: Th~e
Ills and area, get out of the truck for compla
losqui- one minute and counithow surroul
that to many mosquitoes land' on cari~'t de
t've got him in the allotted minute. until th
fy that That data will 1e compiled~ ~Lyean ~
in alog and sent to'
showing there is
"We can't afford
to buy traps and
don't have the
personnel to set
them out, collect
them and recoiint
begins its local
gram, it will uti-
lize five trucks,
which will run
three nights ~a
ing 30 gallons df
ito insecticide each
nes~ prohibit spray~-
ithiix 100 feet --of
"people ,that are
ining the, most are
nded by.viater, b~ut:$
o anything for them
.e water goes- down,"
know what the
county's position is
going ~to~ be. That
will be about 40
per ;on of ou'oa
,In additio~ix to the '
funding issues, the -
local mosquito' con-
trol department will
on' the mosquito
some new guide-
from~ the' Florida
result in some
changes at the local
going to the letter
law on the rules and
got to~ change some
to even continue o~
gram," Lycan said.
because someone ca
saiys, 'there~ are m
toess' we can't use
spray anymore we
to go out and veri:
to. stay off the Suwannee-
Santa Fe River ~system
until conditions iniprove,
said Capt. Roy Brown, area
supervisor at. the FWC's
Lake City office.
SParks celosedi .
Seven. of the
Florida. Department ~Iof
state parks remained closed
~Six parks have ,par-tially
re-opened for visitor use,
according to D~EP officials.
SClos'ed parks and services
will restime once ~conditions
.Continued state park
closures ~include Ada~ms
STract River- Camp on Troy
Springs Road in Branford;
Holton Creek River Caimp
and Dowling 1 ark River
;'Camp, both at Suwannkee
River State Park in Live Oak;
Lafayette Blue Spr-ings State
SPark in Mayo; Madison
F LU: No t
m People grith respirato-
r:-y ~illness should stay home
from work or school to
Savoid spreading infections,
including influenza, to oth-
ers'in the community. :
ing or otherwise appear ill.
aAvoid touching your
eyes, nose and mouth.
SWash hands fre'quent-
ly to lessen the spread of
cough, .fever; and fatigu~e,
possibly along with diar-
rhea and vomiting, should
.contact their physician.
Swine fu viruses are not
transmitted by food. A person
cannot get swine infuenza
from eating pork products.
from person to person.
Drugs called antivirals
nocan reue h onseq":T
Blue Sp~rings State Park hin
Lee; Manatee Springs State
Park, north of Chiefland.
Peacock Springs State Park
near Fort White.
Parks that aire experieno-
ing partial closures: ~
s Manatee Springs
State Park in Levy County
(Swimming and use of the
boardwalk are closed until
fur-ther notice. Hiking trails,
the pich~ic area and camp-
ing are open as of today-
a Fanining: Spriixgs State
Park at Fanning Springs
(Docks and ~swimming area
closed imtil further notice.
The cabins and park remain
open for day use visitors.) -
. Ichetucknee Springs
-State Park, .near Fort White
.:(River is clbsed to tubing
,.until further notice. 'Some
portions of the park are
closed to visitors due to
a Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State Park
at White Springs: (Hiking
trails and someijiortions of
the park are closed to visi-
tors untilfiurthier notice.)
aSuwannee River State
Park (Cainpg'round. and
Cabins are now open, but
some portions of the park
remain closed.) ~
m Troy Springs State
Park at Branford (Closed to
swimming and diving until
further notice. The park
remains open for day use
W Topsail Hill' Preserve
State Park at Santa `RosB
Beach(T~he isolated dayuse
area. accessed by Topsail
~Road, off of Highwayi 98 is
.closed ~until further notice.
The restof the park remains
open for day use and over-
'Visitors can contact state
parks directly for the most
up to date information on
'park closures, or visit www.
To obtain real-time river
level information, visit www.
myrnsuwatn n eceriver comrl.
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Marion Wheeler Davis
Mrs. Marion Wheeler Davis, 81,
of Lake City, died Monday, April
27, 2009 in the Haven Hospice of
the Suwannee Valley following
an extended illness. Mrs. Davis
was born in Merritt Island,
Florida, but spent m~ost of het life
in the Lake City area. She was
the dadu terd ofsthe lea e Jae
SDavis ivill always be remembered
as a great wife, homemaker,
mother, grandmother, and great
grandmother. In her spare time
she enjoyed spending time with
Davis da ohec Bpit f ih
She was preceded in death' by
her husband Howard A. Davis.
Mrs. Davis is survived by two
duh ero/ Sh I n GeMc lung
Claire Durrance (David) of Lake
City, Florida; four grandchildren,
Jason McClung (Katrina),
James David Price, Christen
Bustillo (Mario), and Jessica
Norris Purks (Michael) and six
great grandchildren, Kayleigh
McClung, Kendyn Price, Ayden
Bustillo, Jaiden Bustillo, Arienna
Bustillo, and Madilyn Pilrks. Two
loving nieces, Frankie Stalvley
and Sue Kuebbeler also survive.
Funeral services for Mrs. Davis
'will be conducted at 2:00 P.M.,
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 in
the chapel of the Dees-Parrish
Fail uneral orrH ciath
Interment will follow in the Mt
Carmel Baptist Church Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
'from 5-7:00 Tuesday evening at
the funeral home. ArranIgements
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LAKE CITY REPORTER SCHOOLS TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2009
Page Editor: Troy Roberts, 754-0427
From staff reports
Marilee N. Sherrod of Lake
City has accepted membership in
The National So~ciety of Collegiate
Scholars. Shierred,: who g~raduat-
ed from Columbia High School in
2008 and is currently attending the
Un~iversityr of Florida, will be honored
during an induction convocation this
fall at the. UF campus. '
"NS~CS is more than just a symbol
.of academic achievement," Stephen
E. Loflin, NSCS executive direc-
tor, said in a released statement.
"Membership gives students access
to a number of amazing benefits
including career and networking
resources, ~scholarships, travel, and
service projects.both on campus and
in the community."
NSCS )ZF a members of the
Association of College Honor
Societies and is the~ nation's only
.interdisciplinary honors organiza-
tion for first- and- second-year col-
Membershiip is by invitation only,
based on grade point average and
The organization has mrore thari
650,000: lifetime meinbers and 228
chapters in all 50 states, the District
of Cohimbia' aird Puerto Rico.
Columbia High School graduate Marilee
N. Sherrod is a new member of The
National~ Society~ of i'olleglate Scholars.,
at Lake City Community
College from 8:45 a.m. to 1
a Lake City~ Middle School,
a Westside Elementary
School, play for classes of
Denise Jordan and Kimb~erly
Mixon, 9 a.m.; Think Link;
Think Sharp; Writer's
Luncheon, 11 a.m.
a Five PointS Elementary
School, VITAL at VA Hospital,
a; Colujmbia Technology
Training -Center, Google
Tools,.8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
a Eastside Elementary
School, Think Sharp
Competition, 8:45 a.m. to 1-
a Summers Elementary
School; LEdadership tearn
meeting, 8:15 a.m.; Think
Sharp competition at LCCC
from 8;45 arm. to 1 p.m.;
Luncheon; Team Leaders
or 09 iKn~dergarten
a Think Sharp practice at
Lake City Community College
from 8:30 a.m to noon.
a Principals meeting at
CCSD Administrative Complex,
room 227, at 10 a.m.
a Columbia High School,
Early Childhood State Testing
in the auditorium from 8
a.m. to 1' p~m.; Tiger Varsity
Baseball vs. Forest High TBD
a Five Points Elementary
School, School Advisory ,
Council meeting at 2;80 P.m
a Social Studies
CIT meeting at CCSD .
room 207, from 3:30 p.m. to
M Eastside Elementary :
School, class pictures.
a Summers Elementary
School, Think Sharp practice;
Social Studies CIT.
a Westside Elementary
Sdhodlprhnt en;n IThin~k
: Think Sharp competition
The Florida Depar-tment of Education
has released its 2009-2010 school entry
re~quiitemen~ts for students entering the :
district. Prior. to entry, attendance, or
transfer to~ Florida schools, each child
shall have on file a Florida Certificatio~n
of TImmu nization, DH 680O. documenting
the f'ollowing: Public. Non-public schools,
Kindergarten through grade 12 four or
:yie dob~s.b'f diphitheria-tetanu~s-pertussis
.(DTaP) vaccine; twvo or three doses of
hepatitis B vaccine; three or four doses
of polio va~ccine; twyo doses of measles-
mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine; two
doses- of varicella vaccine for kindlergarten
'~-and grade one, and onel d~ose of varicella
vaccine for grades two through eight (the
vaccine is not required if there is a history
~ofvaricella disease documented byr the
healthicare provider); additional seventh
grade requirement- in addition, chil-
dre~ enteig gtedn g aat tr nfering t
.have an effective: 2009-2010 tetanus-dipi-
theria~-pertussis (Tdap) vacemne.
Columbia City Elemrentary School
Cohambia City Elementary School
recenitly participated mn the 4-H/Tropicana
Public Speaking Program. The partici- :
pants fr~om grades 4 arid 5 were Samantha
Smith_, Joshua Pollard, Chase Broome,
Skye W~hitman, Yanisel Garcia, Shelby
Bundir, La~uren Tuberville, Kimb'erlee
Bryan, Victoria Jackson, and Jalecia
WT~hittmor~e. Chase Br-oome was the
school's first place winner and advanced
to the counity-wide competition on April
24. Victoria Jackson placed second, and
Joshua Pollard canie ini third. Judy Tatum,
Carole Robpritson and Dorothy Sp~radley
judges atth cop- IIW
First Christian Academy .
First Chiristiani Academy, a ministry of
'First Baptist Church in High Springs, has
announced its H-1onor Roll for the third
nine weeks of the 2008-2009 school year.
The "'A" Honor Roll consists of Brice
Clark, Junahi Rumore, Ashley Spencer
Ivy Emerson, Emily Keene, Tyler
Levanduski, Kaitlyn Petteway, ~Andrea
Steedley, Rachael Steedley, Jonathan
:;reen, Jarod Myers, Mackenzie Pearson,
-Maggie Zalypy and Hunter Johnson.
'Ile ''A/B" Honor Roll consists of Skyler
'Chrtistopher, Joshua~ Johnson, Caleb Land,
Niki Wilkerson, Noah Combs, Madeline
'Donnelly, fKayli Sapp, Justin Steedley,
Ga~rrett Barrelle, Christian Benson, Tr-ace
SStrickland, Brianna Palmier-Hooker, and
Five Points Elemrentary School
transformhing something that is an eyesore
into something pleasing to look at. As an
extension activity to this reading, students
landscaped the area between the fifth and
third grade wings.
Tabernacle Baptist Academy
On March 13, 12 elementary students
.and their teacher fErom Tabernacle B~aptist
Academhy participated in the American
Diabetes Alssociation's School Walk for
Diabetes.. Through t~he program, students
learn more about diabetes and their own
healthy' choices. The American Diabetes.
Association has, provided. a series of les-
son plans that promote healthy living. The
school has set a goal to raise $500, and
students exceeded that goal by raising
Westside Elementary School
Congratulation 'to the Westside
Elementary School Tropicana Speech con-
test-winners. Taylor Sikes won first place,
Maggie Camp came in second, and Elijah
Rivera placed third.
Westside had a red carpet walk for
69 students who earned at least 125Q AR
points. The students walked down the
red carpet to receive an '' scar" ami st
cheering from their fellow classmates.
More than 9,935 AR points were earned
b these students.
Five Points Elementary School would
like to extend a special thank you to
the following' sponsorship supporters
for helping.with a project titled; "Litter
Free and Landscaped": Central Sta'tes,
Odell Ro ers, Kedra Mello, Wilson's Ace
Hardware, Otis Houston, Pappa. Charlies,
Action Irrigation and Mrs. Wester feld.
Gail Leighty and Christina Morrison's
fifth grade classes read a book titled
"Seedfolks." It is about
a group of multicultural
people who clean a vacant
junk-filled city lot, divide
it into sections and plant
various types of gardens,
I '' f)
BColumbia Chunty School Distiict
SThe ~olum~bia County School D~istrict
will host a time capsule ceremoon.1 on ~from
118i0 a.m. to 12:30) p.m. Alay 1, as pitrt of
Lake City's Sesquicentennial' C;ereration
Each school in ~the district has made a:
donation that will be buried in the time
capsule, which will not be opened until ;:-
2059. The ceremony wiill take place at the
school bouar adminiistrative comiplexu.
SKindergarten orientation for students :
Sarid parents w\.ill take' place at each :
e ilementary school a~t 6:30 p.m. on April
30. Parents or gpuardians ofi children whio
will be fiv~e years of age on or before Sept.
1.i should attend at the school fo r which
their child is zo~ne~d:.
SAll Flonida locations o~f Belk
Deiaf~tylent stores will be asking cus-
tomiers if thley would like to ~donate $1 or
mlor rhel vaing tany purc~s beh en
tion~s being used to provided mnuch-needled
Support~ an~d recognition fo~r public school
teachers mn thb state through their- local
education foundation. "'Belk Bucks't con-
tributions will be used b~y the local e~duca-
tion foundation in each bf th'e 21 counties
Where Belk stores are located to fund pro-
Sgragms sicli as teacher recognition events
The Colunitbia County School Board
will be acceptirig Out-Of-Zone Waiver
requests during the mphith of April.
Applications ar-e available on line at wsow.
solumzbialkl2.fl.us or at the School Board
:: The Cohimbia County School .Board
: yill be accepting Out-Of-Countyr Waiver '
requestt during~ the months of April, May
( arid June, 2009. Applications are available
oinlinie at wwwr.columzbia.hl2.JIus or at the
Sof Lake City
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Page Editor: Jerry Spaeder, 754-0424
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Tuesday,April 28, 2009
~May 5 at CHS
C lummi Hg rand AAU
Eyre of the Tiger cross
(sixth- to 12th-graders)
and parents is 6 p.m-
May 5, at the CHS track.
Nike anid Olympic coach
Roy Benson will address '
the -group on proper .
For details, e-mail
.coach ~April Morse at 3
CHS V011EVBAl. ..
,-' Fundraiser Set ~t
volleyball has a breakfast :
Kazbor's Grille from
7:30-10:30 a.m. on
Saturday. Cost is 8,5 for .
the eggs, bacoil and
pancake breakfast and
team members will serve :
'meals foir tip~s. Tickets
mnay be' purchased in
advc or eatt th o I b
,~Casie Kiing at 365-3158.
CHS BASKETAU ..
offeredf :in lune
:_Columbia High coach
STrey Hosford has the .
.CHS Basketball Camlp
planned for 9 a.m. to
noon, June 8-10, at the
CHS gym. The camp is
Sfor boys ages 6-13. Cost
Sof S60 includes a camp
T-shirt and a basketball.
Registration is at Brian's
Sports on UI.S. Highway
For details, call .
Hosford at 75.5-8080, .
set for June 1-4-
Fort White High gii-Is
basketball lias a summer
: Camp planned froml ;i
9 a.mi. to noon on
June 1-4 at the school ,
girl e terin tefo th-
Cost is 850 and those
who register by M~onday
wvill be guaranteed a
T-shirt and basketball.
For details, call James
Jackson at 4197-5952 or
Soccer Association has
summer registration set '
for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m ,
Saturday, a~t the CY A
cFor details call Scott
j Everett at (8 6) 738-8181.
rmF staff rprt
. C~olumbia High
baseball vs. Eastsicde
tig rhna eistncdt. sA
High, 4 p~m.
S- Fort W~hite High
baseball vs. R.K. Yonge
High winner in District
3-5A tournament at
Williston High, 4 pj.m.
'softball vs. Ed White
High in region quarter-
finals, 7 p;m.
M Columb~ia High track
in Region 1-3A meet at
Chiles HIgh, 1 p.m.
CHS hosts Ed White
III State playoffs
Lady Tigers make first
Since -2005 season.
By TIM KIRBY
With the loss of four seniors, 2009
seemed to be a rebuilding year for
Columbia High softball. Instead,
the Lady Tigers are District 4-5A '
champions and in ~the 32-team state
Columbia plays host to Ed W7hite
High ~at 7 p.m. today in the region
Columbia: (22-6) charged; into
its first.- district title :since .2005,
~winniing all eight games played. in
April. The district. championship
svas. especially sweet, since it wvas
ivon at home.
'.There was definitely' a plaoiff
atmospheree" CHS head coach
Jimmny W~illiams said of Fridayts 5-4
. van over Forest High in the district
final. "Playing at home just inakes a
biEdWiffe" is runner-up in
District 3 an'd coached by Bill Bray.
The~. Commanders' last trip to the
playoffs was as district champions
Williams said -Ed White's 13-14
record is deceiving.,
'"They knocked off Fleming
Island in the' district and lost to.
SBartram Trail, 1-0, on Thursday,"
Williams said. "They have a good
pitcher (Amnanda Andrews), whO
is in the top .10 'in ERA in .the
Jackrsoriville ar~ea. They have a left-
handei* who hit six home runs."
lem~ing` Island High ended its
season' 16-5. shd Bartram Trail
High (22-4) is t}he defending Class
S5A state :champion. Bartr~am Trail
Shots Forest today.
"YThe SCOres Iare going- to start
cominigdown,"W'1illiams said. "Each
round. you get into better pitching
and the level of blay is better" ? i
Williams replaced star ting
JASON I)ATTHEW WALKER'La jl y P*l Rp:*"i'e
Columbia High's Stephanie Bicknell (center) takes off from first base in the
Lady Tigers 5-4 winlover Forest High~ in Friday's district championship game.
- get the ground ball outs and not
give them any extra outs."
A win would give Coluimbia a
'shot at Bartram Trail or a re-match
"~We are kind of on a roll, if I can
keep my ~nine starters healthyy"
Williamns said. "We need to play it
one inning at a time and win every
pitcher Megan H~ill with Jessica
Keene after- orie tr-ip through .the
line-up in the district final, but said
he has not decided on a plan for
today.l Columnbia still needs to keep
up its run support.
"We have~ been wobrking ~on
hitn the ball hard arid our hitting
is coming arouixd," Williams said.
"We have to play better. defense
IEspenship has been hot .
and Kirkman is up from the
JV and -has a gpod arm and
swings ~the, bat well.
"We need to ~be solid, one
Bennett said ~the staff fig-
ured.statistics after spring
break and posted them.
The players said they were
not worried about stats.
"Our biggest' stat right
riow is a win," Bennettisaid.
"W7e need 18 guys going in
the same direction." .
Gainesville has won
District 4-5A all three years
and Forest was runner up
each time. Columbia would
like to join the party.
"I'm excited to see how
we come out this week,"
Bennett said. "Potentially, it
is there. The key is if they
are focused and committed
to what we are doing."
COlurn hia faceS earned the~ No. 1 seed, amd
. .the o6pening-round bye, by
:Rams in -opener virtue of a better district
of district t~ourney. road record (6-0 vs. 5-1 for
ItsTIM KIRBY "re~ 10j-rtmned (Eastside)
owrionb llkEI( Irspor ter. corn both times, but we have
go ~8to look at it right nowv
Columbia High baseball as everybody is 0-0," CHS
opens the District -4-5A head coach Andy Bennett
tournament today as the said. I"We liave been
No. 2 seed. pitching well, playing
The Tigers take on defense, and swinging the
No. 7 seed Eastside -High bats. We have been doing it
at 4 p.m. well in all three phases, but
.'Forest High is the host. I want to see us do all three
school for thetournament. in each game." L
Today's 1 p.m. game Bennett said Austin
ha`s No. 4 I~esburg High Lawrence will start against
vs. No. 51'ake Weir High. ithe Rams. No. ~1 starter
In the 7 p.mi. game, No. 3 Zack Dicks will get the ball
Vanguard High plays No. 6 in the second round, if all
'Gainesville High. goes well. -
Colunibia (17-8) and Blake King, Josh Hook,
Forest both were 10-2 in Cameron Sweat, Brandion
district' play. The Wildcats Scott, Zach Shubert, Jacob
Tillotson anld Kellen Bailey
have seen action on the
around, this, season.
'"The rest of the guys
need to be ready --- on full
Alertt" Bennett said.
SLawrence has movedinto
th~e lead-off spot in the lin'e-
up, with Tilots~on, King and
SBlackcwell hitting second
Julian Bonids, Zach
Espenship, Mike~ Kir-kman.
Sweat: and Scott will follow
in some order and Hook
will be at second base with
"King has been consis-
tent throughout the year,"
Bennett said. "He is our
RBI guy. Blackwell* was
hitting 6-7-8- and got hot,
so we moved him into the
fourth spot.. Sweat has got-
teit hot lately. Even his outs
have been hard-hit balls.
Ci~me mna strong
Second at district.
From staff reports
Brandon Scott won the
1600 meter and 3200 meter
and anchored the win-
ning 4x800 relay team, as
Columbia'High s boys track
team made a second-place
in the high jump. Thompson
was eighth in the 400.
Columbia posted 113
points, close behind
Ridgeview High which won
with l24. Eastside High was
third with 111 points in the
Gainesville High won on
the girls side with 188.5
points. Eastside was second
TIGERS continued on 2B
splash in the District 3-3A
meet at the University of
Flbrida on Thursday.
his district title in the triple
jump. Joining Scott in the
winning relay were Shayne
Foote, Seth Peterson and
Kamnarus Bryant was
second in the 300 meter
hurdles and fourth in the
110 meter high hurdles.
Jamaul Montague was seo-
ond in the 400 meter and
fi~fth in the 100 meter and
Tiger Powell was third in
the discus and seventh in
the 110 hurdles.
'Jabari Thompson, Clyde
Coker, Peterson and Foote
placed fourth in the 4x400
The top four places at
district earn a trip to the
region meet. The top eight
places earned team points
Finishing in fifth place
were Tim Jernigan in the
shot put, Curtis Ruise in
the triple jump, Peterson in
the 800, and the 4x100 relay
team of Devante Bell, J.R
Dixon, Jenkins and Anjre
Adrian Hill was sixth in
the long jump, as was Ruise
put Fort White in
By TIM KIltBY
FORT WHITE Fort
Whiite High took three
athletes to the state.
weightlifting meet and
two came home with
The Class~ 1A competi-
second in the 139-pound
weight class. Griffith's
lifts were 290 in the bench
press and 225 in the clean
and jerk, for .a 515 total.
His total was five pounds
less than the weight class
-br White head coach
Dan Marsee said Chris
Grif~fith missed a lift and
had to play catch-up.
"If he does what he
does every day, he would
have won state," Marsee
said. "Y1ou just can't have
an off day at the state
Tyler Howard placed
second at 154 pounds
with a 290 bench press
and 250 clean and jerk for
a 540 total. The winning~
lift was 550 pounds.
finish came in remark-
able .fash~ion. He passed
out in the process of his
~first clean and jerk. Still
wobbly, he got his second
lift then asked Marsee
what it would take to win
"I told him. 250,"
Marsee said. "He passed
INDIANS continued on 2B
TIM KIRBY/Lake City Reponrte
SColumbia High baseball players gather for some goof ing around before, practice on Monday. The Tigers are seeded second
and open District 4-5A tournament play against No. 7T Eastside fligh at 4 p.m. today at Forest High in Ocala.
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San Diego it Colorado, 33 p.m.
Chicago Cubs at Arizona, 3:40 p.m. ~
Nart..rhgtn at balaldelphi ;.7:05 p.mn
Houstop~r ar Clnclnnal, 7 10 p.m.
Sr L'ouij jr Atlanta. 7 10 [i~m.
I...A Dodger: at San Francisco,
East Division ~
To otb 14 .7P0 GR
B ston a 126 .667 I
New York '9 9 .500 4
Baltimore 9 1i0 .474 4&
Tympa Bay 7 12 .368 66
Detroit 1. .5P -
Chicago 9: 9; .500 I
Kansas City 9: 9 .500 I
Minitesota .9 10 .474 I'A
~Cleveland !7 12 .368 3'h
SWest [>iv sion `
W L ,Pct GB
seattle 12 7 32 -
TexI a ~10~ .444 3'/2
Oakland 1--t' 0: .412 4
i~o: Angeles I~ji~ lf~389. 4 i
Oakland 5.Tampa Bly 2
Boston 16. NY Yanketsr 11
Texas 6. Baltimore 5 ;
Chic ago, Whre SoK 10, Tronro 2 '
Mannstr.a 7 .Cl~ levlad ;
Derrou 9. Kansas.City'I
Seattle 9, L.A.Angels ~8': i
i Suriday's Games~ :
Cleveland 4. Minnesota 2
Biterr.Oft B.TeK3s5 I
,Toronto 4, Chicago White Sox 3
IDetroit 3, Kansas City 2' :
Oa bkland 7I.Tamp-s Bay I .
'B;iston'~4;' ;.0CIlkeiioF7T .
Monday's Games ~.~~~~
borston at Cleveland (")
N YYarrikees at De-rroir (0)
Texas at Balrlmore (n)
Toronto at Kansas Clty (r)
Tampa Bay jt Milr~resota (n)
Seartle at Chicago Whlit Sox ln
NlY Yankees (I-lughes 0-01 It Detroit
(E jackson 1-I i, 7 05 pm
L A Angels (Saunders 2-1) at Baltimore
(Eaton I-2), 705 pm
Boston~ IPenny 2-0) at Cleeland
(A Reyes I-0l. 7 05 p m
Oakland (Bre Anderion 0-21 at Taixas
(M.IIwood I-2';.805 pm : :
-Torontro (Richmornd 2 0) at K~ansas
Ccyt !Meche 1- I 8 10 pm
Tamnpa Bay (j.Shields 2-2) at Minnespta
(Liriana 0-4), 8:IO p.m
Seattle (F.Hernandez 3-0) at Chicago
White Sox (Colon I-I), 8:1I p.m-
L A. Angels at Baltlmore. 11.35 p.m
Seanrtl at Chicago W~hlre ;Sox.
2105 p m. ,
:N.YYankees sit Detroit,7:i5 p.mi.
B akland at~eas, n8:0 p. "
STampa Bay at Minnesota, 8 1 p.m. .
AU TO RAC ING
At Talladega Superspeedwvay
(Sart position in parentheses) ,
I. (9) Brad Kes~elowski, Chevrolet, 188
laps;98.9 rating, 190 points, $3 12,075
2. (11) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet.
188, I1 17.2, 175, $224,200.
3. (25) Ryan N~ewman, ChevroletlB,18,
:4. (34) Marcos Ambrose, Toyota, 188,
81.4, 160,$ 161,598.
5. (8) Scott Speed, Toyota, 188, 69.5,
6. (28) Kurt Busch, Dodge, 188, 100.1,
7. (2) Greg Biffle, Ford, 188, 72.7, 15I,
8. (30) Brian Vickers,Toyota, 188, 86.8.
9. (22) Joey Logano, Toyota, 188, 88.8,
10. (20) jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 188,
I I. (41) Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 188,
70.5, 130, $137,401. .
12. (10) David Ragan, Ford, 188, 96,
53. (24) Paul Menard, Ford, 188, 63.7,
14. (17) Joe Nemechek. Toyota, 188,
74.3, 126, $92,900.
IS. (6) Regan Smnith, Chevrolet, 188,
72.1, I 18, 91,775,
16. (IS) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 188,
90.1, 120, SI10,175.
17. (13} Matt Kenseth, Ford, 188, 99.9,
.18. (43) Max Papis, Toyota, 188, SO,
19. (39) Elliott Sadler, Dodge, 188, 73.9,
20. (1) Juan Pablo Mo~htoya, Chevrrolet,
188, 89.7, 188, $133,298.
21. (31) Michael W~altrip, Toyota, 188,
72.3, 105, $98,600,
22. (18) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 188,
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1025 1( ) Ton 25t wart, Chevrolet, 188,
64.2, 94, $101,198.
24. (16) Carl Edwards, Ford, accident,
98. (38 7Kyle Busch, Toyota, 187, 93.1,
26. (33) David ReutimannToyota, 187,
27. (40) John Andretti, Chevrolet, 187,
44.1, 87, $94,825.
28.3(12) Bobb% Lbnte, Ford, accident,
.29. (42) Robby Gordon, Toyota,
accident,179, 46, 16,$104,635.
30 (361 Jimshie Johnson, Chevrolet.
accipent. 179,85.5, 78, 5137,026.
31., (37). David Stremme, Dodge,
accident, 79, 74.1 70.$1 18,915.
3. (27j Jeremy Mayfield, Toyota,
accident. 179.46.3,72, $82,075.
31. (3)-.MartiriTruex Jr., Chevrolet,
accdidnt. 179.90 4; 69. 5 I2 1.190
34 (4) Sam H-lornih ]r, Dodge,
accident, 179, 61.7, 66, $103,685.
35. (8)(i~ AJ AImendinger, Dodge, 164,
36.(35) Kaggy Kahne, Dodge, 133, 28.8'
55 37 3(i eff'ordon, Chevrolet, 128,
38. (19) Keviniiarvick, Chevrolet, 127'
39. (5) Cl1int Bowyer, Chevrolet, 8, 57.7'
40. (26) David .Gilliland, Chevrolet'
accident, 6, 46, 43, $80,550.
41. (21) Scott Riggs,Toyota, accident, ~6'
48 4, 40, $80,325.
acci ent, 6, 44.7 3 e $8,15 crry Fod
.43. (7) Mark Martin, Cheyrolet'
accident, 6, 52, 34, $88,464.
Av~era e~ Speed of Race Winner:
14ime of Race: 3 hours, 23 minutes,
Margin of Victory: 0. 175 seconds.
Cautio Fas: Nne no 3 ivrs.
Lap: Leaders: J.Mc ntoya ---4;
D.Earnhaidt Jr. 5; J.Montoya 6; D.Ragan
7-8; J.Andretti 9; C.Biffle 10; J.Logano
I1-13; M.Truex Jr. 14-17; J.Moritaya IS;
Ku B~sih 19-20. D.Hamlin 21; J.Burton
22. D Hamirn 23, j Butonl 24-27, Ku Bosch
28-29, R Newmjn 30. Ky Busch 31-413.
S.Speed 44; Ky.Busch 45-47; D.Earnhardt
Jr. 48-4C2;. IA.Keriseth 50-52; DEarrhbardt
jr 53.61. M.WIIkrrp 62 M.TrTLex J 63~74.
DHlml~n 75-76;J.Morfrop77. DEarnhlrds
Jr, 78-79. } johnson 80, D Hlmi~n
81-82. S.Horn~rh Jr 83-85.j Nemechak 86.
PMenlrd 87-88, D Hamlln 89-91.] jolhr~sor.
92 iD.Hamlin '93-410; D.Earnhardt Jr.
i1-1; MTuex Jr. 1 14-11'5; J.Logano
I16; M.Truex :Jr I17-120; B.Vickers
S121-122; M Truex jr 123:124; C.Edwardsd .
125;: Ky.Busch 126-133; E.Sadler 134-136
Ku.Busch .137-139;D.Hamlin I~d;!t.ears
14|.]42, Baron 143. DElrnhardl Jr 144
Ku Buich 145, D.Earnhardt Jr. 146-147.
j.MlyF~eld 148. Ku Busch 149- 153, Ky Busch
154-IZI M Kenseth 1 72-177. RNe~vmah,
178-186. C Edwards 18'. B Keselow:k,
Leaders Summary (Drvecr. Times Led.
ILaps Led). Ky.Busch. 4 umEs for 42 I3pS,
D Harrlir., 7 times fOr 28 Imps, M Truex Jr .
5 E~mesfor 24lapsD Eanarnhanjr,7 tmme
for 20 laps, Ku.Burch, 5 times for 13 laps,
R Newman, 2 timei for 10 laps, M Kenseth.
2 Irries for 9 lipsJ.Monabya,. 4 uimes for 7
l aps.j Burton, 3 ames forb 6 Ips.j Logano.2
time,. for 4 Ilps. E Sadler. I rime for 3 Ilps.
S Hornish ]r, I rime ior 3 lapj. B Vickers.
I tame for 2 laps. D Ragan. I time for 2
lap?, PMrlnard. I uime for 2 laps. C Mears.
Time for 2 laps. C Edwards. 2 I~mes
for 2 laps, ]J jhnIon. 2 rimes for 2 lagis;
B Kezelowsks~. I ume for I lIp. $ Speed.~
I reme for I lap. GB.Ifle. I tirrie for I lap;
J.Nemechek,: I- time for I lap; M.Waltrip, 1
time for I Iaip J.Andrettil I. timne for I lapi
J.M~ayfield, I time for 1 laq.
Top 12 in Points: 1. Ku.Busch, I,299..
2. J.Gordon, 1,294. 3. JIjohnsoh, I,235.
4. T.Stewart, I,232. 5. D.Hanilin, 1,190.
S6. Ky.Busch, 1,'124. 7.. C.Edwards, 1.,119.
8. csC.Bower, I.,098. 9. J Burton, 1,092.
S10. G.Biffle, I,081. I1 ID.Reutimann, 1,077.
12: M Kensith. I.063
Boston 4, Montreal 0
Boston 4, Montreal 2
Boston 5, Montreal I
SBoston 4, Montreal 2
Boston 4, Montreal I
Washington vs. N(.Y. Rangers
N.Y. Rangers 4;Washington 3
N.Y. Rangers I.Washihgton 0
Washington 4, N.Y. Rangers 0
N.Y. Rangers 2,Washington L .
Washington 4, N.Y. Rangers 0
Washington 5, N.Y. Rangers 3, series
N.Y. Rangers at Washington, 7 p.m.
New Jersey vs. Carolina
New Jersey 4, Carolina I
Carolina 2, New Jersey I, OT
New Jersey 3,Carolina 2. OT.
Carolina 4, New Jersey 3
New Jersey I. parolina 0
Carolina 4, New Je'rsey 0, series tied
Carolina at New Jersey,7:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 2
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3
Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia I
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 0
Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh
wins series 4-2
San jose vs.Anaheim
Anaheim 2, San Jose 0
Anaheim 3, San Jose 2
San Jose 4,Anaheim 3
Anaheim 4, San Jose 0
San Jose 3,Anaheim 2, OT
San Jose at Anaheim (n)
Detroit 4 oumbus 0
Detroit 4, Columbus 1
Detroit 4, Columbus 0 .
Detroit 6, Columbus 5
Vancouver 4, St. Louis o
Vandbuyer 2, St. Louis 1
Vancouver 3, St. Louis o
Vancouver 3, St. Louis 2
Vancou~ver 3, St. Louis 2, OT
Chicago vs. Calgary
Chicago 3, Calgary 2'
Chicago 3, Calgary 2
Calgary 4, Chicago 2
Calgary 6, Chicago 4
..Chicago 5, Calgary 1
.Chicago at Calgary (n)
Calgaryat Chicago,TBD, if necessary
Chicago 2, Columbus 2, tie
yReal Salt Lake 6, New England 0
Los Angeles I, Colorado 1, tie
Seattle FC 2, San Josei 0
Chivas USA 2, FC Dallas 0
D.C. United 3, New York 2
SToronto FC I, Kansas City 0
Columbus atuTrot tMC2 4 p.m .
FC 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.
Ne4York at Los Angeles, 10:3Q p.m.
Chivas USSA atdSanMjdse,30P:30 p.m.
Houston at New England, 3 p.m.
BOX ING .
At Bangkok, Thailand, ~Poonsa at
Kratingdaenggym, Thailand, vs. Rafael
HernaindezVerezuel;. 12 for the interim
WBA !1aper tear~amwigbr rside
SAr Pjramj Clty. Plrnaml Celrjtons
Cnballero. Panaml. *j jeffrey M t~hebula,
South Africa, 12. ior Clbell~riJd WBA-IBF
At :TBA, i Tha~iland,- Oleydong
5.Ehiamerchll. Thladand. s Muhammed
Rachmln.Ir~donesis. 12for Subiamercha~s
WBC mlrn~mumwe~ght utle
Ar CVhumast. Casinoj. SirTc Yr~er. Callf
(5HOI. Lulrs Carlos Abregu, Agentirna.
.s Irwirng Girds. Prerto ~Rico,~ 10,
vwelterwelghts. Vernon Forrest, Atlanta,
vs jason LeHoulllier. Portland. Me., 10,
At B emen, :Germany, .nselmo.
Mlorenol Plnjmi vs.WV~adlmir Side~rinko
Germany. 12 for Moreni.s WBA bantam-
At the M`GM' Grand Garden. Las Vegas
Pacqu~ao. Ph.I~pp~r~i;, I 2, for Hatton's IBO
monor welterwe~~ghr tarle~ I-mberto So'to,
Mex~co. vs Benour Gauder Canada, 12,
for 50oso' WBC super fathefWeight title;
Jamrr Klrkland, Austin, Tex., vs. Michael
Walker, Chicago, 10, junior middlewetights.
With 128. .
Columbia placed sixth
with 32 points.
Phoebe Johnson led the
Lady Tigers with second
place in both the 200 and
400. She was the anchor
for the fourth-place 4x400
relay team that included
Perla Valdez, Clare Russell
and Cierra Timmons.
Valdez wa's third in the
400 to also qualify for region
in an individual event.
The 4x800 relay team
of Lynzee Little, Russell,
Morgan Murphy and
Michelle Fulton placed
The 4x100 relay teain of
Lasharie Campbell, Shatyra
Reed, Tiffany Antico and
Timmons placed seventh.
The Region 1-3A meet is
1 p.m., Thursday, at Chiles
qut and came back to post
a personal best."
Steve Griffith also lifted
at 139 pounds and was 14th
FOrt White earned 10
team points, good for sev-
enth place. Baker County
High won the competition.
FOR -White track
Sitia Martinez and Tara
Miller earned team points
for Fort W11hite In -the
Region 1-2A track meket at
SChileS High on Friday..
Martinez placed eighth
in both the. 100 meter
.(12.84) anI~d 300 meter
Hurdles (49.57). She just
Missed team points with a
a ) g
ninth m inthe long jump.
Miller was seventh m ~the
400 meter (1:06.32). Miller
also ran the second leg for
the 4x100 relay team that
included Desma Blake,
Jasmine~ Robinson' and
Katie Coffee was ninth
in the discus and Brittany
Cason tied for ninth in the
high jump. Soloman was
11th in the triple jump and
Ashley Cason was 12th in,
the 3200 meter.
Rykia Jackson, Cason,
Danielle. Wooley' and
Shanie Pelham ran the
was 11th in the 1600 meter
an 12th in the 3200. .
MAjOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
WGN Chicago Cubs at Arizona
r~rT;P l frac l roundndgame 5,
Chicago at Boston
TNT Playoffs, first round. game 5
Dallars at San Antonla ,
i:' p~nk .
VERSUS --- Playoffs,' .Eastern
Conference quarterfinals, NY Rangers at
Washinlgton, game 7
SOCCER ~ : ''
ESPN2 Ul"FA Champion~s Lea~gu~e
semibnd,. leg I. Barcelpna vs. Chelseaei~ at
FIRST ROUND .
Cleveland vs. Detroit
Cleveland IO2, Detroit S4
cleveland 94, Detroit 82
Cleveland 79, Detroit 68
Cleveland 99, t rit 78, Cleveland
wins series 4.l0
sBston vs. Chicago
Chicago 105, Boston 103, OT
Chicago, 121, Boston I118, 20T, series
tied 2-1 ody
Chicago at Bostori,7 p.m.
Boston at Chicago,TBA
Orlando vs. Philadelphia
Philadelphia.100, Orlando 98
Orlandbo 96, Philadelphia 87 ;
; Philadelphia: 96;oria..do 9-1
Orlarndo 84,. Philadelhibia 81, seria
.tied 2-2 ~
Philadeljphia at rlap~do,7:30 p~m.
Orlando at Philadelphia iBA
Atrlanta 90. Mliami 64
Eliami 107.Atlar.L3 78 .-
Atllant at Mllml InI 1
Wednesday : '('
WESTERN CONFERENCE ..
LIA. Lakers Vs. Utah .
LA. Lakhy I 13, Utah 100 .
L.A. Lakers I 19,Ctah 1'09
Ut~ah 88 LA. Lakers 86
'LA. Lakers 108, Ucab 94 .
Utah at L.A. Lakerse(nj) ~
Denver vs. Newi Orleans
Denverl I I, New ~Orleaps 84
Denver 1(18, New Orleans 93
New O leans 95, Dentver 93
Denver at New Orleans (n)
New Orleans at Denver, 10:30 p.m.
San Antonio vr. Dallas
Dallas 105, San Antonio 97
San Antonio 105,. Dalias 84
Dallas ~8thian Antonio 67
Dallas 99, San Antonid. 90, Dallas lads
.Dallas at SjnA~r~o 0,9 pm
Portland IO7, Houston 103
Houston 86, Portland 83
Houston 89, Portland 88, Houston
leads series 3-1
Houston at Portland, 10 p.m
East Division ,
W L Pct GB
Florida II 7 : .61 I -
Philadelphia 9 8 .529 I'h
Atlanta 9 ,9 .500 2
New York 8 10= .444 3
'Washington 4 13 .235 61
WV L Pct GB
St. Louis 13 6 .684 -
Pittsburgh II 7 .6II I'
Cincinnati ~10 8 .556 2'
Chicago 9 8 .529 3
Milwaukee 8 10 .444 4'h
Houston 7 12 .368 6
W L Pet CB
Los Angeles ` 13 *6 .684 -
San Diego 10 .8 556 2'
Sail Francisco 8 9 .471~ 4
Arizona 7 I .389 5'
Colorado 6 II .353 6
Saturday's Games I
Atlanta 10, Cincinnati 2 ~
N.Y. Mets 8,Washington 2
St. Louis 8, Chicago Cubs 2 .
Milwaukee 9, Houston 8, I I innings
Philadelphia 6, Florida 4, 10 innings
San Francisco 5;Arizona 3
L.A.Dodgers 6, Colorado 5
Pittsburgh 10.San Diego I
Philadelphia 13, Florida 2
Cincinnati 8,Atlanta 2
Washington 8, N.Y. Mets I
Houston 3, Milwaukee 2
Chicago Cubs 10, St. Louis 3
Colorado 10, L.A. Dodgers 4
Pittsburgh 8,San Diego 3
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stick close to honie and
show your loyalty to the
people who have stood up
for you in~ the~ past. Reno-
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LOT 14 OF AN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION 655.29 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 02 DEGREES
52 MINUTES 28 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG A LINE 1.00 FEET
EAST OF AND PARALLEL TO
THE WEST LINE OF THE EAST
1/2 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID
SECTION 27, A DISTANCE OF
60.01 FEET; THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES 15 MINUTES 51 SEC-
ONDS EAST, ALONG A LINE
60.00 FEET NORTH OF AND
PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH LINE
OF SAID LOT 14, A DISTANCE
OF 655.29 FEET TO A POINT ON
THE WEST LINE OF SECTION 26;
THENCE NORTH 02 DEGREES
52 MINUTES 16 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID WEST LINE, 643.09
FEET .TO .THE NORTHWNiEST
CiORNER OF THE SOUiTHW~ES'T
1/4 OF SOUiTHWEST li-1 OF SAID
SECTION~ '6: THE NCE NO)RTi- 88
DEGREES 10t MIN1.iTES 07: SEC-
ONDS~ -EAST, ALONG .~THE
NORTH LINE OF. SAID SOUTH-
WEST 1/4 0F SOUTHWEST 1/4, A
DISTANCE 'OF 60,01 FEET,
THENCE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 52
MINUTES ,16 SECONDS:EAST,
AI ONG A LINE 60.00 FEET EAST
OF AND PARALLEL TO THE
WES;T.LINE ~OF~ SAID SECTION
ls. A DISTANjCE OF 6-13 19 FEET,
.THEIINCE NORTH SS DEGREES
lii MINI~u~TES 51 SECONDS
EA~ST. ALONG 'A LINE 60 00
FEET NORTH OF SAI~D PARAL-
LEL TO THE SOUTH LINE OF
LOTS 15 .4NDU l" OF S AID LiNRE-
CORDED SUBEDI~SIONi. 1-1~6 59
FEET TO) A OFTP iN THE ~SITE
OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID
SECTIO$26n; THENCE NORTH 02
DEGREES 46 MINUTES 21 SEC-
ONDS WEST, -ALONG SAID
,WEST L;INE, 292.62 FEET TO THE
NUORTHW\EST CORNER OF LOT
I5 OF SAID UiNRECORDED SUTB-
DIVISION; THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES .21 MINUTES -35 SEC-
ONDS .EAST, ALOSNG~ THE
NORTH LIINE OF SAID LOT 25, A
DISTANCE OF 60.01 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 46
MINUTES ~21 SECONDS EAST,
.ALONG A LINE 60.00.FEET EAST
OF AND PARALLEL TO THE
W~iEST LINE OF' THE SOUTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4, A
DISTANCE OF 702.70 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE NORTH LINE OF
LOT I OF S.A~ID UNRECORDED
5SUBDillSION, THENCE NORTH
88 DEGREES ,21 M~lklUTES 35
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF LOTS 21 AND
22, A. DISTANCE OF 361.52 FEET
THENCE SOUTH 15 DEGREES
58 MINUTES 53 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG TIiiE EAST LINE
OF SAID LOT 22, A DISTANCE
OF 61.93' FEET THENCE SOUTH
88 DEGREES '21 MINUTES 35,
SECONDS WEST, ALONG A
LINE 60.00 FEET SOUTH OF~AND
PARALLEL TO THE NORTH
LINE OF SAID LOTS ~22 AND 21,
A DISTANCE OF 435.69 FEETI TO
A POINT ON THE EAST LINE OF
THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
SOUTHWEST 3t OF SAID SEC-
TION 26; THENCE NORTH 02 DE-
GREES 46 MINUTES 21 SEC-
ONDS WEST, ALONG SAID .
EAST LINE, 410.08 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES 15
MINUTES 51 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF
LOTS 18, 17, AND 16 OF SAID
1306.50 FEET TO THE PO~llT OF
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 17
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 17
AN EASEMENT, 60.00 FEET IN
WIDTH FOR THE PURPOSE OF
IllfGRESS AND EGRESS LYING
IN SAID SECTIONSS 34 AND '27,
AND BEING 60.00 FEET EAST OF
AND ADJACENT TO THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED LINE:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE EAST
1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID
SECTION 34, AS SURVEYED BY
LE. BRI7TT PLS, AND RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 04 MI.
NUTES 35 SECONDS EAST;
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF
THE NORTHEAST 1/4, BEING
ALSO THE NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BIBLE CAMP
ROAD (A COUNTY GRADED,
ROAD), A DISTANCE OF 1.00.
FEET; THIENCE .NORTH 02 DE.
GREES 20 MINUTES 22 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG A LINE 1.00
FEET EAST OF AND PARALLEL
TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID
EAST 1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4 AS
SURVEYED BY L.E. BRITT, PLS,
A DISTANCE OF 1790.90 FEET
TrO THE POINT OF BEGINNING
OF 11EREIN DESCRIBED LINE;
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 02
.DEGREES 20 MINUTES 22 SEC-
-ONDS WEST, STILL ALONG. A
LINE 1.00 FEET, EAST OF ANhD
PARALLEL TO THE WEST LINrE -
THE EAST 1/4 OE NORTHEAST
1/4,A DISTANCE. OF 847.44 FEET
TO A POINT QN THE' SOUTH
LINT OF SAID: SECTION 27;
THEINCE NORTIT 02 DEGREES
52 ~ MINUTES- 28 :SECONDS
WEST, ALONG A LINE 1100 FEET
EAST OF ANDP PARAL~-LEL TO
THE W;EST DIN;E OF EA\ST 12 OF
1/4 OF SAID SECTION 27, A DIS-
~TANCE~ OF 623.65 FEET 'lu
POINT ON THE SOUTH LINE OF
A 60.00 FidT INGRESS/EGRESS
EASEMENT ;AND THE T ER191I-
NEAL P OT~F' tITEREN DESCRI-
A/K/A 423 JULIA TERRACE SE,
SLAKE CITY, F~l 32024
Any person claiming' an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, oth-
er than the property ow~ner as of the .
date of the Lis Pendenj must lile a
claims within sixty (60) days after the
sale. WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this ~Court op! .1/0,2(009 P
DeWitt Cason Clerk of the Circuit
Court By:/s/B Scippio NOTICE In
accordance with the Ainericans Disa-
bilities Act, persons needing a spe- ~
cial accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should. contact the
~Deputy Court Administrator whose
office is, located at 3301 East Tamiar
mi Trail, Buildmng L., Naples, Flori-
da 33962, telephone number
(TDD), or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via
Florida Relay Service, not later then
seven days prior to the proceeding.
.April 28, 2009.
May 5, 2009
2588 W. US Hwy 90
.Lake City, 1l. 32055
S1989 Toyota Camry
1996 Ford Taurus
2001 Daewoo Lanos
Each of you is hereby notified that
the above described vehicles were
towed at the request of the Florida
Hwy patrol and Lake City Police
Dept. and the above named towing
company is m ~possession of and
claims a lien on the above described
vehicles for towing and storage
The lien claimed by the above named
towmng company is subject to en-
forcement pursitant to F.S. (13.78
and unless said motor vehicle is re-
deemed from said towing company
by payment as. allowed by law, the
above described vehicle may be sold
to satisfy the lien. If the vehicle is
not redeemed and the motor vehicle
remains unclaimed, or for which the
charges for recovery, towing, or stor-
age services remamn unpaid, may be
sold after 35 days free of all prior
hiens. The owner of lienholder, if
any, has the night to a hearing as set
for mn the subsection (4). The above
designated towing company propos-
es to sell the vehicle as stated above.
April 28, 2009
May 5, 12, 2009
020 Lost &Found '
L'ost dog: Bulldog 8mo. old.
Black and white in color. Last seen
at home in Lulu. Has on ID collar-
If found please call: 386-965-3290
020. Lost & Found
Her pal was found east of town.
SPlease r port s~ghtin~s s
570-814-942 or32-66 -0717
REWARD: Missing Friday April
24th. Pinemount area, off
Anderson. Small white & tan
Jack Russell. 386-867-3237
Drywall Finisher & Installer.
Work in and around the Lake
Cify area. Must have: liability
insurance of $1 million general
and $2 million aggregate,
workers comp or exempt. Own
'vehicle and tools of the trade.
Please call Travis at Restoration
$045 0ekl Potential$$$
lielping The Government PT.
No Exp., No Sellmng,
Ad Code B-22
..GOOD OPI ORTUNITY!
NOWRHIRING A Stylist &
Say ge Services is seeking
pro essiona drvers f te
evening shift for local hauls
in the Lake City area.
Class A CDL with HAZMAT &
Tanker endorsements required.
Paid Holidays and
Only serious applicants need
apply in person at:
Florida Crown Career
1389 W Hwy 90, Ste. 170.
NIligway Patr~ol Stationt
Don't write imless you are the
best and can prove it. We are in
the Sales business, but we don't
hire backgrounds. Young or old
if you have the stuff, we'll
know. Will train someone who
has everything we want. Must
be highly self motivated,
a terrific presenter and
communicator and a arracu a
closer. Small base but he
performance rewards to get you
to $185k and beyond each year.
rCome and bt~ild an empire
within our fine,
Email us at Job Opening
29 Serious people wanted to work
from home with a computer.
$500-$1500/mo PT/FT Free info!
KIMBERLY T. EGGLETC)N. det
NOTICE OF SLE
NOTIC3E 15 HEREBY' gaten that.
purlruant t- a Fmln3 Judgment entered
in the abtelI~ jl~jleLdUS cas nd num-
beredcas whic u~lh ii a foreclosure
: sual, I \idi sell the property --Iruatcd
in Coluilb~ia Co~unts. Flonda. desen-
:: da :
L~of 5. ill Black ?.:pf PINE. KN~OLL
SUiBDIVIISO3N, according to the
putl theredl~ as recolrded ini Plat Book
i. PageCIUI:L. of the Pubt[l ReCOrds Of
at public <.Je. to the hglws:~ and best
blidder for cdl Cash.F exephat the Plain-
nff under raid Fma~l Jurdgmenl lj per-
rrund~ to deposi le Is than the
!amun t bid; at the Front Door of the
Colulmbls Colinty Courthouie. ;n
~Lake~Ciity Florida, berweecn Ihe hour
of 11:00.A.M. and- 2:00 P.M...on the
20th day of May!. ?009
'To~ plaice yvour
clazssified a:bd call
Cmp uter Services ;
SDonna's Computer Service..
Hardware, software, betworkting ~
wireless, etc. WE WVILL FIND A
:SOLUTION. Please contact Donna
Waiting for Weeks to have
your mower repaired. Call Us
Mobile mower mamnt. & repair.
Same day service. Tune up,
blade sharpenmng, air filters,
No job too sinall. Lewis Mobile
Maintenance Sc Repair.
Lawn Sc La~ndscape Seri~ce
-SprmSg nto Summer
Mow, edge, weed eat, blow.
SPrice $20. and up.
Residential /Commercial .
Custom Cuts Lawn & Landscape.
Customized lawn care, trimming
sod, design. Comnm'I & Res'd. Lic.
.& ins. 386-719-2200 Iv msg
Housekeeping. 10 years exp.
Great references & Great rates
Detail Work!!! CALL ME!
386-755-6369 or 209-0435
Back Hoe, Dozer, Ch pin, root
raki g, bush ho see ipug sod,
disig ste pe ons &
irrigation. Fr ee Esrt! 8p6 23-3200
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damages. Advertising language must comply with Federal,
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SIN THE CUIRCUIT COUiRT, TfHRI) DATED thiS 20th day. of Aprd~ 2019
.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR P. DeWitt Cason
COLUMnlRA COUNTY, FLORIDA Clerkof Ciredit Court
CASE NO 09-f L32-CA b\:/w B Slcippo
~FIRST "EDERAL~ ~BANK ~OF Ti Degisty Clerk;
FLO)RIDA. ilkla FIRST FEDERAL
SALTNGS5 BANK~ OF FLORIDA. 04531282
Plamitti .. April28, 2009- .
IN~ THE ClRCUiT COUiRT O)F THE
THIRD JUInCL-UL C[RCUTT [N
-ANUD FOR COLUMBIAA COUNhT\
CASE NO OS-808C-CA
SOUTHLAN~D CONSTRUiCTIN ~
SERVICES. [NuC .
SSAPB EflTE~RPRISES, INC '
NCPTICEn F SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
oa Final Judgment of Foreclosure
entered oln Apni 20. 2009 md the
Sabovre .styled. cause, in the Circuit
Court of Coli~mbia County, Florida, I
*will jell dihe properrty situated in Co-
lumbia~ Counr\. Flond:a desenbe~d -,
3113 COMMOl~NS LOOP NW' #1
LAPKE CITY' FLORIDA A!K;/A
E AZBOR'S rdRIILE. more pOrriuE
lr) dsinc aiIjTEN~C
OF COMM~ENCEMIENT AS5 RE -
CORDED IN O.R. BOOK. 1553'
PAGE 635. OF THE OFFICIArLRE~
CQRDS OF CO)LLhBL4. COUNTY
ObIA ~AS SO T ELASEF
.SEAP E AIJRRISEESBNC N
LAKE CITY' COMMNlhd S RETAUI
110 ANiD SSALPB ENTERPRISES'
INC.. DATE D JUNihE 4, 2008 s '
At public sale to the highest, and best
bidder, for cash, at the 3rd Floor of
the. Cohimbia County; Colurhouse'
317 NE emad o Aenue, :L k
Cty, n, 9tI:o M, on t 2
day of May, ?009.
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in.
order -to` pisrficipate mn this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assis-
tance. Persons with a disability who
need any accommodation to pairtici
pate should call the ADA Coordina-
tor, Jacquetta .Bradley, P.O. Box
S1596, Lake City,; FL 32056, ~3861
S719-7428, within two (2) working
days of your receipts of this notice; if
you are hearing impaired call (800)
955-8771; if you are voice impaired
call (80p) 955:8l70.
Any person claiining an interest in
Sthe surplus from the sale, if any, oth-
er-thtan the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the~ sale.
Dated on: April 21, 2009
P. DEITY CASON
,CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: /s/ B Secippio
Ronald E. Cotterill, Esquire
P.O. Box 172727 -
'Tampa, FL 33672--0727
April 28, 2009
May 5, 2009
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY,
CA;SE NO. 12-2008-CA-000806
~WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, -
WESLEY M. TAM A/K/A WES-
LEY MICHAEL TAM, et al,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated April 20,
2009 and entered in Case No, 12-
2008-CA-000806 of the Circuit
Court of thle THIRD Judicial Circuit
in and for COLUMBIA County,
SFlorida wherein WELLS FARGO
EYNKNA is te P intiffWnd
LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2009
Lakte City Reporter
Eiagakitonal IRClilllS 2 SIglIS
7 bnfuRrnshed Apt.
$400 MOVES YOU IN!
2 BR apts. starting at $500
2 BR MIH $475 water included.
VISA/MC (386) 7_55-2423
In Pi'nt and On Line
Only. $500-$1000 Down,
With Your Land!
3973 Hw~y 90 West, Lake
City, FL 386-752-7751
G2APnimals? Need Room?
276 Mnanlufactie home
White Springs area.
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City, Fl. 386-'752-7751
REAL Western Red Cedar
Logged Homes Direct from
NO MIDDLE MAN!
100 Plans to choose From!
3973 Hwy 90 West, Lake
City, Florida. 386-752-775)
or 1-800-355-9385 .
DW ss U1K-la ($ 5. m )
A Land Equity i
Use your land w/equity to buy. a.
home w/no money down.
C'all Eric,@ 386-719-5560
2009 3/2, 1,200 sq. ft., modular
cabinets, crown moulding, many
upgrades. All this for only
$39,900! rseludes CHA skirting,
Call Eric at 386-719-5560
Pick a floor plan and call Eric to
get a ROCK BOTTOM price.
99' 28" x 56", 3/2 with fireplace, a
MUST SEE! at $36,900 Includes:
CHA, skrt n~gte s, s~e~t-p,
'99, 14TR 70,3E2 pnced to
sell at $19,900. Includes CHA,
skirting, steps, set-up.
Call Eric at 386-719-556-
2009 Models starting at only
$21,900 for a 2/2 and$23,900 for
a 3/2. Call Eric before you buy to
SAVE $1,000's (386)719-5560
$$$$ 1ST Time buyers program.
we have several programs to help
Ist time buyers plus government
assistance up to $8000.
Call Eric for Details 386-719-5560
NO MONEY DOWN!
ef to w or t and aoh
4.75%. ACT FAST to Bave. Call
Eric at 386-719-5560
We specialize in all types: of
modular housing. Any floor plan.
Call ae~d 36- 195560
2br/2ba. Set-up, CH&A,
SSkirting & Steps,
Call Jared.@ 386-719-5560
419 TV-aco'f1 &
19" REMOTE TV.
ZENITH 50 inch TV
Home Theater. w/remote.
36741995 or94-00 7
420 Wanted to Buy
We Buy Pine Hardwood &
Cypress. Large or small tracts.
BREATHABL;E WADERS boot
type size'8-9 like new list $139 .
sell $75. 386 497 3179
GUNSHOW: 05/02 & 05/03 @
The Colunibia County
Fairgrounds, Hwy 247 Lake City.
Sat 9ain 4pm, Sun 9am-3pm.
520 Boats for sale
1 0 Oopbportunities
~Counselor needed for substance
abuse pron am at B with
Corr yr xp. Mon- r F/I,
Medi 1/8Den a/24 4)o)Faxmr -
specializing in site work &
underground utilities. At least 2
yrs. construction exp. needed &
familiarity w/estimating software.
Email resume to: -
or faxe to 386-364-2802
Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$100 per day. Under cover shop-
dip rs needed to jud e ret i ce
NOT req'd. Calll- 888-697-6576.
No exp needed. Good pay an I
benefits, paid training, .
,promotions, regular raises.
HS grads ages 17-34-
Call Mon. Fri. (800)342-8123
5br/3ba on your property.
$0 down @$565. mo.
4br/2ba only $299. mo.
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
Where the best built, best priced &
2300 sq ft. 4br/wLand. $3,500 dn
$599mo. Jared @ 386-719-5560
r an Mobile Home&Ln
000dtin &ek Land AL
S oVEa NOW 3-70 8-n98 Gm
710 v"'aniu~shed Apt.
$299 MOVES YOU IN
hary AnnW Tom W
Ouncee for Ounce -- Compare and Save!
SSecretary needed. FT at Baker
Correctional Institution for
Substance Abuse Program. Start
$~10 Background Screening Req.
Fax resume to 850-522-1534 or
0120 Medical .
RN SUPERVISOR NEEDED
Full time with benefits
8 &12 hour shifts available.
`j6- 6-57 `
Apply in Persori at:
Suwannee Heath and Rehab
1620 E. Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL' 32064
Fast paced, busy iake~City
medical office has two openizigs
for expenen"cd billling &
collections agent/mgr and for
receptionist with data entry talent.
Fax resume to 386-752-2661
w/1170l tpErmubde OB.
$1,400 obo. 386-752-2276
630 t0r Rent
14x55 MH, 2Br/1Ba Like New!
CH/A, Good Location.
3856 75 0064 r (90 ) 7-5 2
1BR all utiilitieslinclluoded
plus cr sh 0uet.cs mo cation,
$150 de ost. 386-397-3568
Secluded, nat Welln eNo Pets.
2br/2ba units Rent Incl In aler &
nmsjh pic~k up. Conteenlcn locononn
1/2 mi. east of downtown L~ake ;
'City. 386-623-7547 /386-984-8448
3br/2ba 14x70 onthe Westside.
Also0 3br/2ba 14x10 in 5 pt~s area.:
15550/Alo + Dep No Pets:
New kitchen US 90 E Lake City..
X550On'i plui secunts!
.In Small Park Lg.. 3/2 $600 Ig 2/1
.$S500. new~ tile & carpet, 3/1 $500.
Plus dep., incl:. .n l-r. nash.
386:-590-3013 t0-21 Jackier Tay~lor
2br/1ba's arm$408 3br/2ba's
urm$5 nla 369, swg rb,
hlobile Homes for rent In
~Ihnec Spnngs 2 and
3 bedroom*, Contact
FLORIDA 2' :
FOLK FESTIVAL on-5rPk
10U51c. HERITAE. LEGEND. Mya\ 22-24~, 2009
I rrellersee old-b, luencJJ FI...rsJ: irir,rU lF r.:.lHi dnd cultUle.
~iir Flor daFolkFesti al. o~m r~Ilr.~ II 11- "6F L-FOL I
OL ~.~ .~~..~,, ~ ..~., .-...i~. Q
Want to be a CNA~" Don't wa~nt to
wait? Express'Craining Secr\ ites
;:oi ainesville is nowi offezrmgl our
qul~ir\ CN~e~:amPrep elasss.
SDal/Esec~lasses. Class for 1 neck.
certifiation Iest rthe nets week.
Class aize I; larniied Newslais
310 :ets a s~plieS
PITBU;LL PUiPPeES for sale
Health certificates. $I100 ea~h
For more info call 386-365-8623
Ftlondan Law~ .52 20 requIreS dobgs
and golf being sold to be at least 8 '
weeks old aridihave a health
certificate frorm a IIICenlZed
Letennanoln doiumenting they
hate manalYor1 `holl and are
free from Integrlrnal and external ;~
parasites. Many species of wild-
life must he licensed by Florida
Flih and W'ildlfe If yotl are
ofie fcor tromati
,Flori~da aTS 8T2R requiresdogs
and cai being sold to be abtleast 8
n~ck old Jnd hate a health
certificate froin a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
have unrindatory shots and are
frees for~itstia y le ew I -
life nulst be licensed by Florida
Fish,and Wildlife. If you are
urisirre, cbntact the local
office for information.
33b Livestock 85
: YEARLINGS, Black Angus
Bulls and one heifer.
Call for det-ails.
4011 Antiques .. 1-
Furn., China, Silvei, Glassware,
Costume`Jewelry & Gold, 35 years
exp. Cash Pd. Pete. 386-963-2621 .
Closing Down Sale!
Largest importer of Antiques for
the last 15 years. Sale starts Friday
May 1st. Everything priced at cost
lok Cit ,n nn 38- le 12
~FULL SIZE bed (dark wood)
headboard foot oad, frame &
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
LARGE DRESSER w/big nice
miror darkk wood)
Oak dining table witl1
8 chailk & 2 leafs In good
condition. Very solid. $250.00.
SQUfEEN BED in good shape
Wood frame $175.00 negotiable
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
Classified Department: 755-5440
Hmnng for Hypelnist and Front
Desk;. Front desk is full time '
&musthave Dentalexp Heiginist
is paR niume Or 367 570024 ,
IPN or RN neededj Pfl
3191qh-11741 Lake City Cluster
1ICF for Detelo~pmenlalli
h 3 NW; Cluster Drive,~
f( n ~c prce fedjicaloffice. '
Mulb be- dependable. efficient,
colmpurer ex~p Send clrto
Human Reso~ur~es. PO Bojt489, .
Lake~ Car. Flo~ndal 32056
Cars for Sale
Icura Integra 96 56501I'Honda Civ-
ir96 I5!0' Tow lj Iam~ry 97 1:15:'
Foirj J laur 99 5-S(1`1Police Im-
Spounds!~ For listings call (800)366-
9;813 ext9275. :
Polite Imipounds!97 Honda Accord '
$5001 96 Honda Civic $500! for list-
ings call (800)36 -9813 ext 9271
ON\LINE PH IRRilAC Y Buy Soma, -
~iltrarn. Floricer, Prozac, Busptr
$71.9W9/90 $1'07/180 Quantities,
PRICE~ INCLUDES PRESC'RIP-
TIONl! Over 200 Meds .$25Coupon
Mention Offer:#91iA31 (888)389- .
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: Help Wanted;
Colonidl Life iseeks licensed Life &
Hesilth agents to market voluntary
employee benefit piograms to em-
Sployers. First year potential 60K ard
..~ul. Call Meredith at ,004,424.56S97
Over 18?. Between High School
and College? Travel and Have
Fun w/Young Successful Business
Group. No Experience Necessary.
2wks Paid Training..Lodging, Trans-
portation Provided: (877)646-5050.
$600 Weekly Potential$$$ Helping
the government PT. No Experience.
No Selling. Call: (888)213-5225 Ad
Homes For Rent
4Br 3Ba Foreclosure! $12,500!
SOnly $217/Mo! 5% down 15 years
@ 8%' apr. Bily, 3 Br $199/Mo!' for
listings (800)366-9783 ext 5798
Homes For Sale
450 FLORIDA HOMES at AUC-
TION: May 5th thru 10th! OPEN
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Saturday & Sunday. Call: (866)519-
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SLots & Acreage
FREE LIST of Floridal Georgia
land bargains! 20 acres & up. Best
land deals in America! (800)898-
Georgia. Land for sale in Middle
, Georgia. Riverfront. IPasture. Acre-
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ATTEND~ COLLitGE ONLINE
from~ Home. Mledical. *Business,
'P.jrslegal. "Computers, ~*Criminal
Jursti lie Jo placement assistance.
ComputerI[ .0 dLablc Financal Aid if
AIRLINES .\RE ElRNG -Tiain
.for liigh .paying Aviation Mainte-
nance Career.FAA approved pro-
grank. Financial aid if qualified -
Housing available. CALL Aviation
.Institute: of Miaintenance (888)349-
..Real state ; .:.
135 ACRES, Dockable Lakefront
& Log Cabin Kitx. Only $219,900
Call for details (800)564-5092,-
x.1483 Logs only kit..Site work, de-
livery, set-up, taxes not included
Lake Lot Deedbacll! 3.3 AC-
$18,'200 FREE BOAT SLIPS! (was
$34,900) Back on mIkt for balance
owed! Hardwood lot w/ deeded ac-
cess to private lake, pavilion & free
boat slips. Country rd frontage, utili-
ties, warranty deed. Excellent finianc-
ing. Must see, call trow (888)792-
SGolf-Lake living in Tennessee. Fin-
ished 3 bedrooinvillas $139,900!
Golf-F~ront parcels Only $29,900
w/40% Discourit at May 16th Sale.
Call. Tennessean~ Land Sales today-
BUILDING SALE- Low As $3.89/
SF. Commercial, 30 Year Warranty.
Church Buildings, ~Garages, Ware-
houses, Mini-Storage, Factory Erec-
tion. Field Service From Our Repre-
Wanted To Buy
Prevost busses wanted! We want
to buy your used. luxury coach.
Call Shawn for cash offer today!
.(317)696-0149 Prevosts preferred,
other coaches considered, Call
Week of April 20, 2009
5.1YE I55 on .1daerrising! Run
sou~r clisstfied ad mn oalr 100II F br-
lida newspapers reaching:.over 4
MILLION;Treaders ~for .$475 -:that
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this newspaper or (8'66)742-1373 for
more details or v-isit: www.floridaa
classifiedj com i
Aprrtment for Reur
IMD HOMES! 4bdr 3ba $217i/nio!. i
3 ibr Foreclosure!: 1log me! Stop
Rentmgp' ..1 dw, 15 yrs i@ 8% apr
For Listingr; 18rl181li~306-978 ext
3Br 2Ba Forlelosure! 510:.51.I1.I'
Only,$199r h10' 5'.. Jow\n 15 \ejrs
@ 8% apr. Buy,. 4: Br $259/Mo! for
listingg~(800)366-9783 ext 5796
AUCTIO! Brick Honie and 395
AereS+ on. Elk River,. FIAYETTE-'
V~ILLE, 'LINCOLNJ COUNiY, t
TEr;NESSEE. Saturday May 2nd
12:00 noon. Garner Auctioils, Inc.
giiinlerauctionsinc~om, Ken Garner,
TNQFIRM 4293, (877)914-SOLD..
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CEIVE $1000 GROCERY COU-
PON UNITED BREAlST CANCER
FOUNDATION Free Mammograms,
Breast Cancer Info www.ubef.info
'FREE Towing, Tax Deductible, Non-
Runners Accepted, (8~88)468-5964.
Buildihg Supplies '
METAL ROOFING. 40 yr War-
rantyrBuy direct from manufacturer
30/colors in stock, w/all accessories.
Quick turn around. Delivery avail-
able.. Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg,
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(888)629-9968 BO2000033 CALL
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Receive $500-$1000 CASH DAILY
returning phone calls! Not MLM.
No buying or selling products. Le-
gal, moral and ethical. CALL NOW
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For Tickets to THE PLAYERS at The Stadium at TI C Saiwgrass,
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Funiinl rovildedhy thro Eunautl~ouris oevelopmeiannl onrl ~ t o th 'e m
LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2009
BRAND NEW AIR COOLER 10015 FOR PENNIES A DAY
TURN YOUR AIR CONDITIONER OFF
'-'l v,*** a:. 7n n"""""' n ""i., a recess. no Flr.,wiras,.'~
RE ORTER CClassifieds
I~l Priid and~ On Line
$499 Moves you in!!.
We Help You Move!!!
.200 FREE ChannelS
NEW 2 BRi APTS.
SECURITY GATE -- POOL
Call T dy! 36 -bnOO 8
Downtown Location, Clean.
$600 mo, plus Security.
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456
3/4 acre, trees (possibly split into 2
lots) I-75 & US Hwy 90 area. High
& Dry. M. Homes &r Mods OK.
Gary Hamilton (386)758-9824
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper i$ subject to the fair
housing act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
s n a ,e col r re eti ion,tsex
such preference, limitation or
discrimination:" Familial status
includes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
dren under the age of 18. This
newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real es-
State which is in violation of the
law. Ottr readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ble on an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
the toll free
telephone number to the hearing
impaired is 1-800-927-9275.
810 nome or sale
2br/2ba with loft on
4 acres. $650.mo.
Includes water, sewer, & trash.
Call Michelle '386-752-9626
A 4BR 3BA HUD HOME!
5%dn 15yrs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782
CALL FOR OUR SPECIALS
$99 Security Deposit
2, & 3 BRs. W~indsong Apartments
TheCommunity the Caresl
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.
4 Bd 3 Ba Foreclosnie!
Only $217/Mo! 5% dn..
15 yrs @8% listings
800-366-9783 ext 9478
6; Br 3bal Only $2 ;900!
Must See, foi listings
800-366-9783 ext 7921
INCOME PROPERTY .
3/2 Block, 5 AC, new carpet, new
paint in 88 out, eritra P/P. jepncr &
well. Presently rented. 877-231-
S0080 or 386-754-0800, $115,6000
NOW is the. time toqiurchase
.that Nev horne located in I ake '
SJeffrey area. This 3/2 brick on
S1/2 aic w/lots of~extras await your
review. Only $217,000.
S7 days 7 7 A Bar Sales, Inc.
REDUCED! Owner Motivated
S2lir/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage, 2 out
Buildings. $164.9001~~1 Wdionjlder
7 Furnished Apts
72 wr Rney
`1BR Apt: for rent. Semo~rs
welcome. No pets: Cable & '
electric mecluded. $650. mo -
$400 security. 386-963-3$57
2br Apartment to Share. $495.
mo. all utilities. New Gated com-
ple\, nextr to hhddle School. Pool
& Exerclse room 386-566-0201
7I d Unfirnished
I Home For Rent
2bir/2ba Front/ba~ck porch, carport.
Completely renovated. Beautiful
Lot. $650mo. 1st me + dep.
3186-752-2765 or 965-4198
$725MO + Depiosit-
Beautiful Country setting
3BR/2BA' Central AC, Big yard.
$900 me .1st.1ast &E
jseunrlr. 560! SE St. John St
386-697-8893 or (3015196'-.'666
3br/2ba Fronrt/back porch. carport.
Complete] renot ated Beauufurl
Lot 58s0ma. 1st m~o +dep.
386-755-2765r or 965-41985
820 Forms a,
3BR/2BA, 24100 cCq ft. Quail
1-lights 290 SW Leiiure Dr
$1,200 mo. plus deposit.
'BRANFORD AREA 2BR/1BA,
all utilire-, n\ aler. electric included
in months rent Securers 5660j per
month. 386-590-00-12 or 867- 1833
LARGE MOBILE Home Park on
10 aores..Zones for 56 spaces. 50
rak ciwned homes. Call for more
950 cars for Sale
11994l BUICK~ Century. 4 dr., 72K
original miles. Qile owner, silver,
good AqC. Extra clean $2,200.
Acura Initegra 96 $500!
S800-366-9813; x e.u A34
; Bad Ciddit OK- 99%.approval
$500 00 down CalLKen
.?'--186-1331 or !32-949-90988
En~cinccy .1pt. All unlinie Incl
2.5 mi from VA. Peri OK ,
M~jonthly or weekly Relitals
(615,04 3- 225
Next to VA! Large 2br/2ba, CHA,
large kitchen: detached office
/shop, fenced yard. Available June
30, $795. 'mo. (813)784-60`17
VERY NICE newer-
3 br/2ba house for rent in town.
$1000 mo and $1000 diep.
3i86- -57 -0399
Home for RRent
New 3?br/2ba3 home. 5900..mo
2br/1bas on 1/' acres. )5875. mo
4br/2ba 'on 5 acres $1,200. mo .
750 IISRS uie
SSpi~e for Rent.
1000 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Located
behind Hw1\ Patrol,en
ArIington Blvd, going toward
middle school. 386-752-680# .
Office Space for Lease Baya Ave;
900 sq. ft./$600 mo. or 1,800 sq.
ft./$1,100 mo. incl. basic utilities;
r dghs spe le t 6s~e u t72
Office Space located at Oakhill
Plaa o~nOwm p. s900 sqt.
Call Bob 386-752-9086
Honda 95 CI\lr 550!n
, Police Imnpouiids from $500!
800-366-9813 ext A760
; 1993 28Ft. 5th Wheel Camper,Ex-
cllent condition,Central:Ieat and
AirNew Tires,18 Fit. Aiwning,Will
beliver $6,400 (3864)-719-9702
in'l Priint and On .Lin~e
agg ~ y
ADVERTISE IT HERE!
Bring the picture in or we will take it for you!
Advertise your car, truck, motorcycle, recreation vehicle or boat here for 10 consecutive days.
If your vehicle does-not sell within those 10 days, for an additional $15 you can'place your ad for
an additional 10 days. A picture will run everyday with~a description of your vehicle. The price of
the vehicle must be listed in the ad. Your ad must be prepaid with cash, check or credit card. Just
include a snapshot or bring your vehicle by and we will take the picture for you. Private party only!
Price includes a 6 day/ 4 line classified ad of the same vehicle in print and online.
2003 50th Edition 20 uai90S'o l n
Corvette 20 uai90S
Loaded, gray, GPS, CD, Mvust sell, moving. Only 9k
DVD, 2 tops. Serious miles in excellent condition.
inquiries only. Lots of extras.
$28,000 $5,500 OBO
386-755-3670 386-965-6951 AA Lo 0i
OFFICE SPACE on Lake Desoto
For Rent. $500mo. -
Pleas 6cal 9od tails. .
Office/Warehouse on Branford
'Noris.1200 sqst. p 2.
exam ronm, $1,500 per month
sq~t fo rnt,$0 oper mo t
MLS#69817. Both are located in
SLive Oak. Call Poole Realty, Inc.,
keavy taffic area
800 Sf. & 1600 Sqft.
Call for quotes 1-800-342-0135
2000 sq ft. Formerly doctors
office on East Baya.
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.
790 Vacation Rentals
Classified Departmnent: 755-5440
One month FREE! 2br/1ba from
Half-acre to 10 acre lots
~ Deac Bullard BK;L Propernies
386-"5.'--1339 no\~ landnfl om
LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2009
710 1 "Wre"thed Apt. 805 Lots for Sale
3Br/2Ba with Appliances built
on your lot. $59,900. Visit:
or call 904-259-5008