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Title: The Lake City reporter
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Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City, Fla
Publication Date: October 7, 2009
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Trio busted for pill smuggling at jail


Three suspects
WeTO.81Tested on
V8Tious charges.
From staff reports
A Lake City woman was
arrested Saturday, and two
Columbia Countyr Detention
Center inmates face
additional charges, after
the three were allegedly
involved in a plot to sneak


ICHETUCKNEE SPRINGS.







water quality
MLore than 150,000 Stevienson,: working group
people tubed li"e in19.o~iator 5t was estab-
duiring season. The day-long meeting
featured several speakers
By ANTONIA ROBINSON including Sam Cole, park
arot nson@lakecityreporter.com biologist.
The Ichetucknee had a
Norman ~Porter grew pretty good tubjing season,
up a stone's throw from he said. There were 158,000
Ichetucknee Springs. His people ~from Memorial Day
gcrrandfather and father both to Labor Day.
alsoJ lived near the springs. H-owYever, there has been
Because of Porter's for- some damage to the water
mative years, he is interest- from tubing, Cole saiid.
ed in what is going on with Tubers feet in? the springs
the Ichetucknee Springs are causing a high amount
Basia Working Group.. of turbidity, which is cloudi-
The group gave an, ness cause~diby particles.
update odn thf -springs, dur- "PEark services is looking
ing a mec3eting5 Tuesday~ at what wecan doto lessen
at the Price Creek' Water the impact," -Cole said.
Treatment Plant. New visitors to the .park
The. purpose :of the were five manatees, he: said.:
group is to protect the
Ichetuclaxeet, said .Jim GROUP continued onz 3A


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COHverge 1H COurt


Fort White High prepares for homecoming


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SCo~lumbia
Co u.rr' ty .
She r-iff s
Office pub-
lic infor-
mation
officer Sgt. Rose
Ed Seifert.
"Ritch and Allen wyere
already in custody at the
detention center and Rose
was arrested at her home


by deputies with the Midlti-
,Jurisdictional Task Force."
Ritch, 37, 1459 SW
Graridview St., was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance (alprazol-
, am), possession of a con-
Strolled substance (oxyco-
done), introduction of con-
traband into a correctional
facility and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Allen, 23, 10911218th St.,


was charged with conspira-
cy to introduce contraband
into a correctional facility.
Rose was. charged with
possession of a controlled
substance (alprazolam),
possession of a controlled
substance (oxycodone),
introduction of contraband
into. a correctional facil-
ity and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Her:bond is
$31,000.


deliver' pre- Il,;
ScrTi'p tio n
narcotics to
him. Allen
allegedly
had inmate
David Ritch l
.take ~deliv- Allen
ery of the
pills and he was to share
them,with Allen.
"~The illegal conti-aband
was immediately seized,"


d dr ,u g s
into the -'
'Columbia
C cou n~t y
Detention
entere er .
SCol'umbia
County Ritch
SSheriff 's
SOffice reports state that
Mai-yellen Rose, 50, 139
SW High St., conspired
with inmate Water Allen to


JASON ATTEWALKERILbS. City rPeVA. r
Shane Beadles (right), the Lake City Medical Center Director of Business Growth, issues JoAnn Faust, 741, a certificate for
El free mammog'rain Tuesday afternoon at the Tough Enough to Wear Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Forum. There were
30 certificates handed out Tuesday, and a total of 90 throughout the program's three-year existence. 'I think it's great. Much
needed, but great,' Faust, who is in remission from ovarian cancer, saidi.

Evet focuses on breast cancer awareneSS .


Court delegateS
from ~ajikistan
visit Lake City.
By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporterncom
Twov ,worlds of court
systeras. converged in
the `Colurnbia County
C~ourthouse on 'Tuesday
when cotirt delegates from
Tajikiistan visited local
circuit and county court
proceedings as part of a
government exchange
program.
President of the
:Gainesvill te'istedsh an Ct


said five delegates from
Ta istanthdodme fa Ethtato
with their arrangements,
and view local courts and
proceedings. The Tajikistah;
delegation was composed of
two prosecutors and three
defense lawyers. Two of the
defense lawyers specialized
in hurnan rights.
. ajikistan, on the border-
of Afghamistan and Chmas
is an independent country
which emer-ged after the
fall of the Soviet Socialist
IRepublic (USSR).
'T~he th~erfie of the. pro-
grant is 'The. Rule of Law'
COURT continued on 3A


at risk fr r~breast cancer,
she said. It is the second
most common type of can-
cer after lung cancer.
Risk factors for breast
cancer inchide~age, obesity
and family history, all of
,which are related to hor-
mones, Hayles said.
~Estrogen is .one stich
'hormone' pr>odulced in thie
ovaries. ~'
Wvome~n that experience
menopause are often put on
hormone replacement ther-
apy, which can increase the


chance~s of breast cancer,
she said. Estrogen causes
cancer cells to grown and
multiply
Alteripg a lifestyle can
help reduce :the: risk .of
breast cancer. Hfaye's
said. '
Ways to. reduce the
risk include losing excess
weight, exercising regu-
larly and doing self breast
exams.
"Ultimiately changing
PINK continued on 3A


to Wear Pink" event
Tuesday which was held
at the Columbia Cairnty
Fairgrounds.
Lake City Medical Center,
North Florida Cance'r
Center a8nd Columbia
County 'Resources spon-
sored the event:.
Dr. Cheryrlle Hayes of
Noi-th' Florida Cancer
Center, spoke .to ~the more
than 100 people ~at the
forum about "Civ~e rne my
hormones or else."
One in seven women are


By ANTONIA ROBINSON .
arobinson@lakecityreppr~ter. com
It'aheenthreeyears since
Charity Glackin of Lake
City had a mammogram,
. she said,'but after winning
a free one at a breast can-
cer; awareness foruin ~on
: Tuesday, she's ready for
her appointment.
"It's really important,"
she said.
Thirty women won free
m~iammograms at the third
annual' "Tough Enlourgh


homecoming ahd- third
annual Indian Uprising,
which begins at 7: p~m. on
Thursday. at: Arrowhead
Stadium~ in Fort Wrhite. In
addition, an afternoon of
.activities has been sched-
uled beginning at 4 p.m. on
Thursday. .
Students also will takie
part in. field day activities
today. Students in grades
six through eight will begin
activities at 9:20 a.m., and
high school students will
begin their field day activi-


ties around 1.45 p.m., said
Principal Keith Haitcher.
For the first seven years,
Fort White celebrated its
homecoming with a parade,
but Hatcher' said it proved
difficult for the entire com-
munity to enjoy.
S"One of the things we
wanted to do was. foster
rnore of a community atmo-
sphere, a more community-
wide happening," he said,
'"While the parade was
very good, it happened at
3 o'clock in the afternoon


and a 19t djf people are at u "'f
work. Tlhis is more 'of a .
community-wide pep rally,
and it has been really well
received the .past three
years that we've done it."
This year's .Indian
Uprising will feature skits
from each of the four
high school grade levels,
and presentations by .the
Indian cheerleaders, dance TN RT,~~ :r -~~e
team, JV knd varsity foot- Anvar Ibragimovich Kanoatov, deputy prosecutor of Sugd
ball teams, band and cho- Region and a member a Tajikistan delegation visiting
Columbia County Courthouse Tuesday, gives Judge Vernon
UPRISING continued on 3A Douglas a souvenir after a visit to the courthouse.


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Indian Uprising

Thursday night.
..By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityrep~orter.con '
FORT WHITE Fort
White High School will cap
off homecoming week with
its annual Indian Uprising
Thursday and homecoming
game against Florida High
School on~ Friday
This is the school's 10th





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LAKE CITY REPORTER DAILY BRIEFING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2009


Page Editor: Troy Roberts, 754-0427


g Monday:
3-8-19-22-29


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Kane is 6Q.

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aRetired Sout~h African
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;Iche~tucknee Springs


.Dr. Cherylle Hayes (left), of the North F~lorida Cancer Center, LCMC CEO John Deartforff,
LCMC CFO/COO Jill Adarh~s d~in LCMC CNO Bryan Bunderson pose with a Johnny Pag
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your lifestyle improves~the
cure rate, and that is the
bottom line," she said.
To date, 90 free mammo-
grams have been given out
at the .annual forum, said
Wandia Jones, Columbia
County Resources direc-
tor. There are plans to
give~ ou~t 30 more mam-
mograms at next year's
forum.Mammograms are
important and provide early
detection of breast cancer, a
she saiid.
"Don't forget ladies to
t ke care of yourself" Jone~s



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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2009


Page Editor: Troy Roberts, 754-0427


From staff reports

Country music legend
Willie Nelson is headlin-
ing the fist Down on the
Suwannee Music Festival
at Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park.
The two-day festival star ts
Oct. 16 with James Otto,
and' Nelson on Oct. 17. The
festival will also feature Big
Kenny of Big & Rich, Josh
Thompson, David Cooler,
Mike M~ullis and Mercy
Mountain Band.
Nelsonsis famous for hits
s",heas raz, ust Gn
"Mamas Don't Let Your
Babies Grow Up To Be
Cowboys/."

Win tickets .
Readers can win tick-

:~orth coughlVlieM el o
,trivia contest. There are
four chances to win.


Trivia questions will run in
today's and Sunday's paper.
Three winners will
receive two tickets to both
festival days. One grand
prize winner will receive
two VIP tickets, weekend
'full service camp site and a
Willie Prize Pack.
Tickets can also be
purchased by calling the
SOSMP at (386} 364-1683
or Ticketmaster at' (800)
745-3000 and by visiting
wwuimusi'cliveshere.com or
ticketmastercom.
Tickets are $82 for advance
a e~eknd generlada nm in
for advance Saturday only
general admission and $75
at the gate; $155.40 for VIP

S1e7e5 t e gte an 118.3
for VIP Saiturday only and
$140 at the gate. VIP tickets
anld aaosemedia so et-
reduced beverage prices
and fi-ee parking.


Fort .White HMigh ~School homecoming. court .
'The Abrt White High School I-omecoming king and queen will be named later this week, the king during Thursday night's
indian. Uprising~and the queen during Frliday night's football game. The Homecoming court consists of (fromn left):
Anthony Pearce, Taylor Pendergrast, Cameron Curry-Mays, Katie Elliot, Ashley Harrell, Daryl Freeman: lex Gilmer,
Lisa Kirby, Victor Gonzalez, ,Colee Rendek, Br~ooke Teele, Jonathan Norris, Ashley Becktrian, Lane Pendergrast, Mandi Hicks'
ndGarrett Dubose.


ilPRISING: Set for Thursday night in Fort White


ContinudedFrom Page LA
rus. School alumni will be
recognized, and the` night
.' will be capped off with a
bonfire and ~fireworks pre-
Se~ntation. -
Beforethelndianu~rising, `
students will host a carnival-


t pe event at the stitdium
that will feature games, a
climbing wall, cotton candy
and funnel caie's. The event
begins at 4 p.m.~ St~udents
in grades six through 12
will have an early release


day Thursday and get out of
school at 12:45 p.m. -
The homecoming king
will be, crowned dur-
ing Indian Uprising. on
Thursday, and all candidates
for homecoming queen will


be presented. The queen
will be crowned Friday
night during half-time cere
monies of the Indians game
against the Florida High
SeminoTes. The game kicks
off at 7:30 p.m.


Continued From. Page lA
The manatees were in the
area from April to June.
Cole said the parkis start-
ing a new sunrise canoe tour
program each month. Also
it is planning on expanding
it's Web site by offering a
virtual tour. .
The meeting also includ-
ed:
aa report from the
Ichetucknee Partnership,
which has worked to edu-
cate the community on the
river through funding to
school programs, and other
outreach activities;
presentations on
springs that no longer
flowed with representatives


~from the St. Johns River
Water Management District
and Suwann~ee River Water
Management District and
U.S. Geological Survey, fol-
lowed by- a panel question
and answer-session;
updates on hvhat's niew
in Columbia County, Lake
City and WTakuilla Spring;
other presentations on
protecting thelIchetucknee,
through regulations,
island apple snail invasion.
in Alligator Lake, Four:
Rivers Axidubon adopting
the Ichetucknee and sur;~
face water .and ground--
water in the Ichetucknee.
Basin.


divorce case proceedings,
criminal arraignment and
misdemeanor criminal pre-
trial hearings.
"They were on a mission
to learn our culture and our
law. We learried .from theni
and they learned from us,"
said Third Judicial Circuit
Judge .Verrion Douglas.
"The purpose of the mission
was certainly conveyed. We
understand sister cities bet-
ter and they understand us."
,AAs part of their visit, the
delegation also showed a
30-mninute video about the
history of their' country,
iyhich was followed by a
question and, answer ses-
sion with local judges and
'Epiphany Catholic School
students.
In addition to the court
pjroceedings, the delega-


and the delegates are here
to learn how we opera~te our
legal system and to share
information about their
legal system," Kalishman
said.
The delegates ~. fr-om
Taijikistan were in the
United States as part of
the Open World program,
a U.S. Congress exchange
program, where the for-
eign delegates visited
courts in Washington D.C.,
Gainesville aind LakEe City.
The group of delegates ~
from Tajikistan arrived in
Washington D.C. on Friday
and are expected- to leave
the U.S. ~on Saturda~y.
The Tajikistan del-
egates spent thih day at
the Columbia County
Courthouse observing a
domestic violence hearing,


tion was also treated to a
local barbecue luncheon
within judges Paul Bryan ad i
Julian` Collins.
"They were a very pleas-
ant people to be around and
I enjoyed being with them,"
said Columbia County
Judge Tomi Coleinan, who
noted the delegation visited
his courtroom twice. "I like
this cultural exchange idea.
.I think it does a great deal
for bpth countries to See
and learn from each other."
A delegation from th~e
, area is expected to travel
to Tajikistan in the near.
future'.
"We're putting together
a group for next summer-
and Judge Vernon Douglas
is going to be the leader
Sof that group," Kalishman
said.


Arrest Log .
The following informzation
was provided by local law
enforcement agencies. The
following peof le have been
arrested bitt not convicted.,
All people are Presumed
innocent until Proven guilty.
Wednesday, Sep~t. 30
Columbia County
Sheriff's Office
aNahshan E. Findlay, -
21, 136 SW Rye Glen, bur-
glary, criminal mischief
and warrantless violation ol
probation: Burglary.
aGloria Marsicand~arter,
56, 693 SW Norris Road,
aggravated assault (domestic
violence) and resisting arrest
without violence.
SJoseph H~arrlis, 53,
433 NE Washington St.,
warrant: Violation of proba-
tion on original charge of .
sell/deliver/purchas~e of a.
controlled substance and
possession of a controlled
substancee with intent to
sell or deliver.
aJohn Jones, 33, 1214


SW Castle Heights, war-
Sraint: Violation of probation
on original charge of utter-
ing a forgery.
nKeith Lavan Simmons,
19,.136 SW Rye Gleni, bur- .
glary, criminal mischief
and! petit theft.
m Amanda Lee Street,
29, 143 NET Ioward St.,
warrant: Violation of proba-
tion on original charge of
possession of controlled
substance, .
f aPayne Jenna Lee, 22,
187 SW Morning Glory
Drive, warrant: Third-
degree grand theft.
Robert Blaine
Waldron, no agel given,
burglary to a conveyance,
grand theft: and dealing in
stolen property.
Thursday, Oct. 1
Columbia 'County
Sheriff's Office
aJon Norris'Manzer, 19,
346 SW Viking Court, war-
rant: Failure to appear for
violation of probation hear-
ing for burglary of a struc-


ture and possession of'les's
than 20 grams of marijuana.
SJera~miah William
Edward White, 23,.144 S~W
Remington Court, wiarrant: .
~Violation of probation on
original charge of third-
degree grIand theft.
aJody Tyone
Sullivian, no age given,
4153 SE County Road
500, Branford, warrant .
Violation of probation on
or-iginal charge of aggra-
vated assault.
aRichard Jeffrey
Shaeffer, 33, 993 SE
Monroe St., warrant: Felony
worthless bank checks.
MCorey 1)ashawn
Scippio, no age given, 535
NW Moore Road, battery
on a law enforcement offi-
cer, resisting arrest with-
out violence and disorderly
conduct.
MWilliam Allen Luke,
19, 204 NE Range Road,
manufacture of a controlled
substance and possession
of drug paraphernalia.


















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above the door, "Let the buyer
bewar-e"?
laIn 2008, King released,"Just
.After: Sunset," a collection- of
short stories he felt inspired
to pen after spending, a year
~or so editing, "Best Ame~rican
st ehi book, the novelist takes
"what if" and adds some heft to
lit. In` one story in particular,
the one involving Lake City, he
milkes you squirm.
What. if ....you'rer di-iving a
long stretch of I-75,~ so ~long
that you can't help but find a
rest stop along the way. What
if ... it's late, after midnight late,
and the only other car in the
lot is a FI Cruiser, now empty
Because its occupants are' in
one of the restrooms heavily
involved in a case of domestic
abuse. What if ... you overhear
that the women is pregnant
anid is being severely, possibly
fatally harmed. What if ... there'
are no troopers, no other help,
in sight. Just you. What iP?
And worse, what do you do?
Confrontation? Escape? Dial
:911 and hope for, tlie best?
I won't spoil the ending of
King's story, "Rest stop," and I
don't want -to leave the impres-
sion that Lake City is the focal
point of the piece. It isn't it s
.only mentioned a couple of
times but you'll appreciate
why King uses our city in the
story once you read it. In fact.
you'd have to be fr-om Nrorth
Florida to fully understand the
significance.
So there's that in addition -to
King's typically strong plotting
to make the book interesting.
SThat, .and 'that,~ "What` if"
que Wng as written awre than
one morality tale, and this .is
another. Sometimes lus mor--
als ase eagy to miss because
they're hidden under a layer
of gore that has first to be
set apped off. But they're t-heret.
And niow, Lake City is them~,
too. At least for the next 100
years.
Check it out for yourself.
"Just After `Sunset" is available
at Columbia County Pub1 c
Library.
aoom Mayer is editor of the
Lake City Reporter.


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Health care reform
meanS imiprovement
To ~the ~Editor:
I am a 56 year male who has
gotten used to the necessity
of employment change ~from
time to tiine in this economy.
I'm :used to the '"90-day waiting
period" before Im'r eligible for
medical insurance on a new job.
What hurts though is the insur-
ance companies use of the "pre-
exristing condition clause" when
"granting" me coverage, effec-
tively not covering a condition
for a whole year of employment
when I've had a "lapse" of cover
age ~(for whatever reason, such
as job change) over 62 days.
Pretty tricky, ch? Or slick. The
,insurance companies call it a
"good business practice," but
I call it another cheap practice
by the robber barons to, hack
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with insurance that gron't cover
the aodto.W~teve is
ane rernd nPr iden ear msu

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a plan the insurance companies
currently peddle
Thomas Gardner
Lake City

?98? is what stops
openi communication
To the Editor:
The letter, "Tea parties could
use some sweetener" (Sept. 30)
was insightful and thought-pro-
voking. It seeins the "fear fac-
tor" is 17eing used to influence
some and intimidate others
while drowning out efforts to
engage in honest debate.


I wonder if the real 400;pound
gorilla in the room is the fear of
change. On many issues, we're
afraid of losing something, and
that can be whipped into a fEren-
z robably by cople who
are protecting their own bottom
line or campaign finances-
The world is changing wheth-
er we like it or not, and the pace
of change is accelerating. We
need good, solid information to
help us make the best decisions.
In the past, I have been able
to learn from people I disagreed
with. Often we found we had
more in common than we
thought. Perhaps they had facts
I was noat aware of. At least I
gained a better understanding
of why they felt that way.
We still might agree to dis-
agree, but none of that would
have happened without a con-
versation.
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From staff reports~-:. ', According to Lake City left arm,
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A Lake .City woman an' officers was called to sister attempted to stop the
arrested Friday night was' the.NE Patterson Street attack, Carter stabbed her
charged with. stabbing address in: reference to za sister four; times with the
two` other women during fight where a knife~~was pos- 'same knife.
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City Mall. Call (386) 755-
4848 for more information.

Moose Lodge Bingto is
Open for everyone
Bingo games are held at 3
p.m., 6:45 and 7 p.m. every

Williams. There is free iced
tea and coffee, and the event
is open to everyone. Food is
att~ailable for purchase. Call
.(386) 755-3730 for more
information.

Saturday
Cultural Society to host
festival family picnic

Cu tual Soitym ri nhost-
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(1romatil am. tro 14kp.m.thOct.
new main pavilion. Please
bring a covered dish. New
members are welcome. Call
Bob Gavette at 965-5905 for
mo~re. information.


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area can call (386)362-2180.
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Friday
Alice in Wonderland with
~9-foot-tall puppets
,"Alice in Wonderlahd" '
'featuring the "Giant Nine-
Foot-Tall-Puppets" will be
performed at 7-30 p.m. Oct.
9, at the Levy Performing
Arts Center at Lake City
Community College. Tickets
are free with memberships.
Memberships can be obtained
online at www.communitycon-
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Pat Carro~ll of Lake City (from left), Nancy See of O'Brien, and Gay Karantinos of Lake City
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18. The event is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 16 and 17, and 9 a.m. to 4:p.m. on Oct. 18 at
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Thursday
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Carter told authorities
she had a verbal argu-
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Fort White Middle School's Tavaris Williams (2) breaks free
as Maurice Nelson (5) looks for a block in the Indians' 30-20
win against Lake Butler Middle School.


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Wednesday, October 7, 2009


Quarterback Alex
Gilmner has thrown for
657 yards this season. .
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com .
FORT WHITE Sparked
by an 80-yard touchdown pass
against North Florida Christian
School, .Fort White High quar-
terback Alex Gilmer threw for
216 yards in the 41-14 loss to the
E~agl'es.
It was the most passing yard-
age for 'Gilmer of any game this
season. For the year, Gilmer has
completed 49 of 97 passes for
657 yards. He has seven touch-
down passes to offset seven


interceptions.
^3lexiis Blake, who was on the
receiving end of the bomb, had
''his second 100-yard receiving
,ganie :on' Friday' with four catch-
es for 101 yards. For the year,
Al rexis Blake has 25 catches for
363 yards.
~Roy Blake has 10 catches for
150 yards, while A.J. Legree has
eight catches for 92 yards and
Montre Cray has four catches for
48 yards.
Cray leads the Indians in rush-
ing with 207 yards on 67 carries.
.Alexiis Blake has 35 carries for
199 yards and Sorori Williams has
36 carries for 133 yards.
Alexis Blake leads the Indians
in scoring with eight touchdowns


JASON MATTHEW WAL(IERLake City Reporter
~Fort White High's Roy Bla te stiff-arms a Union County High defender on Sept.
25 in the Indians' 21-18 victory.


INDIANS continued on 2B


Columbia High''s Tjger Po~nell 1(6) breaks to the outside on a run against Madison County
on Friday-in Lake City.,

CHS travels to Ridgeview Friay


spread offense. Their defense will be one
of the first even fronts that we've seen,
but: they'll also mix in some odd fEronts. :
They're always one~ of those teams that: '
tries to, throw some trick stuff at you. W~e
have to be ready for that stuff at times.
I'm familiar with thent from playing here
and. at Nease. They can do some things
like throw seven defensive backs' at you,
blitz a ~lot or. whatever, They're always
scheming :under coach Tom
Macpherson:'
Howard pointed out ..that the
Panthers are rebuilding this season,
but the Tigers will still 1 ave to be
careful.
"Th~ey have a philosophy where ~every
'dour years tihey'll have a really' good
team," H-oward said. "Last year, they
had a lot of three-yieab guys. This year,
they're breaking in a lot of sophomores.
Macpherson likes to take these, young
teams and build them up over the course
of their careers."


By BRANDON FINLEY
blinley@lakecityreporter.com ..

What was once to be an open week will
now "have football as the Columbia High
Tigers 611ed~ the Oct. 16 bye webk with
Eapt Ridge High on Tuesday.
Before the Tigers can turn their atten-
tion to the class 6A program, Columbia
will travel for its second District 4-4A
game of the season.
"rWe know it's going to be a test coming
in," Columbia coach Craig Howar-d said
of East Ridge. "It's only going to make
us get better. We say that it gets us ready
for the district play, and we have three
games left with Fd Wllhite, Wolfson and
Ridgeview on Friday."
The Tigers know they will receive
Ridgeview's best shot as' they. look- to
defend their district 'championship.
"They're thie defending champion as
far as I'm concerned unitl someone takes
it from them," Hov ard sajid; Tihey'll run a `


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30-20 vrictry.

By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter. com
FORT; WHITE~ The
Fort White Middle Schbool
Indians picked up their first
win of the season on home-
coming night, Tuesday, as
they' defeated Lake Butler
Middle School, 30-20.
Lake Butler opened the
scoring with A run by Rico
Lee fr'om 44 jrards out, and


Daquin Edwards added the
two point conversion to
make it 8-0.
Fort white answered
with a~lavaris Williams' run
anid two-point conversion to
tie the game.
The back-and-forth action
continued with Andrew
Jones taking a Prificeton
Alexander pass 60 yards for
Lake Butler. The conver-
sion failed
*Williams continued to
show out for the Indians
with a 67-yard touchdown
run to tie the game.
The first half ended on


.an untimred down wlith ~Lake
Butler going up 20 14 on an
Edwards' score.
Fort White took control
in the second half with
Cameron Wihite scoring
near the goal line to .tie
the game. Homecoming
prince Caleb Bundy gave
the Indians the liead with
the two-point conversion.
The Williibms show
rounded out the scoring
with the running back's
third score of the night.
This time he ran in fr-om
24 yards out to give the
Indians a 30-20 lead.


BRIEFS

CHS V01.1BAUl.
Fundraiser set
.for Sarturday
Columnbia RHigh's
Volleyball team has a
breakfast fundraiser
From 7:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Saturday at Kazbors
Grille in the Publixr
shopping center. Cost
of $6 includes pancakes,
bacon, eggs, and a drink.
For 'details, call Casiei
McCallister at 365-3158.
YO)UTH FOOTBAl. U
Fundraiser for
little 198guerS
The Fort White
Indians, a team in the
Lake City Par-ks and
Recreation Department's
Little League Football
program, hassa
fundraiser planned for
SSatuirday at Deese Park
in downtown Fort White.
It will be a combination
yard sale, bake sale,
barbecue and raffle.'
For details, call Donna
K.~iey Dei~erald at (904)
S237-0329 or 497-2860


Lady Tigers
` tryouts: Monday
Columbia High's girls
soccer team tryouts are
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday
through Wednesday at
the CHS practice fields.
:For details, call coach
Keith Mclaughlin at
(386):623-3204.
CH~S Aul.MN
Howard to speaks
I:-at :CHS' luncheon
SColumbia High head
Coach Craig Howard wiill
Speak at the 6th Annual
Sports Luncheon for
~;Columbia High alumni
and fans, 11:30 a.m.
Oct. 15 at Tucker's Fine
Dining at The Blanche
. Hotel in downtown Lake
City. Ever yone is invited
SCost of $10 includes tax ;
Re ervations are

eikad a 5-1 8


HRmiR SOught
by boost~er club
Colulmbia H-igh's
wrestling boosters and
coaches are seeking all
former CHS wrestlers to
fornr an alumni club
For ~details, call Stacey
Ross at 984-9569 or Glen
~`"Ross at 984-5420. ,

From staff reports




Today
MColumbia High .
volleyball at Eastside
High, 6:30 p.m. (JV-5:30) :
M Columbia H ig h
freshman football at
Buchholz j-ligh, ~7 p.m.
JV foo IIll vs. 1radHE d
High, 7 p.m.
Thursday
MColumbia High
volleyball vs. Lee High,
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Staewart Cink, jm ruryk, c-L=ca Clov
Leonard, c-Hunter Mahlan. PhIl Mickelson,
Sean o'Hair, Kenny Perry, Steve Stricker,
TigerWoods. Captain: Fred Couples.
International: Robert Allenby,Australla;
Angel Cabrera, Argentina; Tim Clark,
South Africa; Ernle Eis, South Africa; Retief
Goosen, South Africa; c-Ryo Ishikawa,
Japan; Geoff Ogilvy, Australia; c-Adam
Vil gs, C mia; Mkei Wir, Cnada; lE.
~Yang. South Korea. Captain:er ~Norman,
Australia.


FOOT ;ALL..

NFL games :
Sunday's Gam~es ;
.Pittsburgh at Detroit, Ip.m.
Oaklan dataN.Y. Gia~nts,I p.m.
Dallas at Kansas City, I p.m.
Mirinesbta at St. Louis, I' p.m.
Cincinnati at Baltimore. I p.m.
washin~gton at carolina. I p.m. .
,Tampa Bay at PhiladelpHia, I p.m.
Atlanta at Sah Francisco. 4:05 p.m.
Jacksonville at Seattle, :15 p.m.
Houston at Arizond. 4 5 p m
New England at Denvist4 15 p.m.
Indlanapolis ;tn seiei.820 pm
SN.Y jets at Miami, 8:30 p m.


Boston (LesThursday)at Los Angeles
(Lackey I I-8), 9:37 p.m. or 6:07 p.m.
National League
Los Angeles vs. St. Louis
Today
St. Louis (Carpenter 17-4) at Los
Angeles (Wolf I 1-7), 9:37 p.m.
Philadelphia vs. Colorado
TRday ,
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INTERNATIONAL
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Site: San Francisco.
Schedule:Thursday-Sunday. -
.Course: Harding Park Golf Course
Te eis:a ).lfChannel (Thursday,
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Format: United States vsefnternational
team` from non-Ryder Cup nations.
Thursday, six foursomes matches; Friday,
six fourball matches; .Saturday,' five
morning fourspmes matches, five afte
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United iStates (c-captain s pick):


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to support the Florida at LAKE CI"TY
Sheriff's Boys Ranch drew EdGf
92 golfers on Friday. E of
In the Gross Division,
Ralph Hitchcock, Jeff for its program when 104
.Bloodw~orthi Jim ,~Cde golfers turnedd o~~ut forl a
an~d` Dapiiel Smokes took fulndraising- scra?!ble obn
first place, over Trey Saturday.
Mhc`Callister, Mark :Davis, - A scorecard tie-breaker in
M~ikel Koon and Qscar the Gr-oss Division resulted
Saavedra. 'Third place wennt~ ini ictor\. forh lIke Streicher,
to-~ Terry Hunter, John Trey Jaickson, Jordan Hale
Viggna, Bgobby Simmons and Grary Newvcomb..over
and Robert Holloway. A1 kAlvarado, Andy Petersoft,
.'Net Diviision winners Jim Carr and Mike Carr,
were ShackRoberson,J~erry when the. two tearns :tied
.TaylOr, Henry Roberson ,at 54.
and Sam ~Roberson. SeconcT Net .Division winners
p aced:'~ t 'were Keith were B~yc 'Nash, -Chris
I galls ;Chri~s Ingalls, Will Hewitt' ;Kev~in IMorton and
,SmitF anid Pete Bucher, Kirk Koon at 53, over
followed by Maston Crapps;, Jim; Spring, Ra~y Walker,
Scott Bennett and Brariid~oa lon Foreman and Ron
:;a eyin third ~ :' ::Bradtmlueller with 56.
Skill shot: winners were The team of Tony
T'lim Smith, for Longest Keinrl Ed Higgs and Susie
Putt, Spence Richardson: Torgers'on put two eagles
foi .Longdst Drive 'and i.on their scorecard to take
Bloodworth for Closest to the Wednesday Scramble
the Pin. by a stoke over twq other
Columbia High boys teams. The Scramble
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Travis Timmons rolled in
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shot win in the Wednesday
Blitz. Ed Higgs, Donald
SRoberts and Buddy Slay
split second place moneyr.
The Wednesday Skins Pot
continues to build with ai
carryover.
In LGA play, Gloria
Rowley took first place with
net 58 in a "throw-one-out"
~format. Cathy Steen and~
SSally Rivers tied~ for sec-
ond at 64. Ann Bormolini
finished third with 66.
NMatalie Bryant's "sandy"
was the only chip-in.
Merle Hibbard, CarlJones
..and Howard Whitaker took
one of two matches in Good
Old Boys play. Joe Persons,
Doyle Worthington,, Mike
,Spencer and Dan Stephens
td'ok the other.
Persons and Hibbard
each~shot 38 to share front-
nine honors, edging Bobby
Simmons who.shot 39.
10p on Golf is 7:15 p.m. on
Friday, following dinner.


second; Joe Herring, third;
D' Division -- Stan
Musgrove, fEirst; Terry
.Shay, second; Chuck White
'and~ Jerry Perkins, tied for


SCongratulations to Steve
Pellicer, who had a hol -
.in- ne on .Dunes No. 7.
Pe jlcer used a 9-iron from
147 yards.
Tyson Johnson shot a
35, his best-ever nine-hole
round.
Top Of the Hill winners:
A Division Gary
Cro~xton, fist; Joe Herring,
second; Al Coh~bol, third;
B. Di~visipit ~-: Ronnie
Ash, fuygt, T'ini 'Ibrtorice
.and Chuick White, tied fr
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winners: .The Quail Shoot is Friday
A Division A.J. Lavin though Sunday.
and Emerson Darst, tied for Golfers can still sigh; up
-first; Jeff Mowery, third; by calling the pro~ shop at
B.Division --Jim Evans, 752-3339.
first, Frog Niewisch' and Upcoming events:
Terry Mick, tied .for sec-': Oct. -17, Firemen's
ond; 2'j~. Tournament~
C Division ~John Oct. 241, Branford
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scored 12 points, as has Florida High (3-2)
Kicker Joseph Johnson and homecoming (tt 7:30 i
Zach Irwis with two defen- Friday.. Both teams are
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Photos by JASON MJATTHEW
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ABOVE: Fort White High's
Alexis Blake carries the ball
against Union County High
on Sept. 25.






LEFT: Fort White head
coach Dernetric Jackson
surveys the field during
the Indians' 21-18 wih over
Union County on Sept. 25,


JASON MATTHEW WALKER'Lake Ctrt Reporter
Fort White High's Alexis Blake tosses the ball to an official after scoring a touchdown.

Homecmingweek


Fort White 30, Newrberry 21

Suwannee 27, Fort White 1f3

Fort White 21, Union Co. 18

N.F. Christian 41, Fort White'l4 `

Wk 6 Florida High (H)'7:30 p~m.

Wk'7East Cadsden (A 7!30 p~m.

Wk8 Taylor Co.~(H} `7:30p~m.l


Wkl0 Santa Fe (H) 7:30 p.m.


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books. This is the 10lth i
season of Indians football.
Fort Whidte (2-3'ip'lars
host to Florida High (3-21
in a D~istrict 2-2B matchup
at 7:30 p.mn. on Friday.
It is the second week
of district play this senion
and both teams are 1-0.
The 6rinner will be the -


favorite to take thle district
championship and th~e
home playoffs game thla~ ~
goes with it.
As part of its
homecoming activrities.
Fort W~hite has tield day
duringig school hours tollay
Sand the Indian Uiprising
celebration, which begins
Sat 7p.m. on Thursday.
Florida High, oliicially
Florida State U~niversity
Ifigh anid also the
Semninoles, is the defending


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which Fort White joined
this year'. The Seminoles
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Bak)er High and South
WValton High before losing
to Trinity Catholic High.
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ing business as one might
th n.
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are' depressed about the
recession, they come in to
get their hair donee" she
says. "They feel better
about themselves when
they leave. They may space
their appointments out a
little bit; but they continue:
to come in."
Ratliff says she uses the
marketing power of the
Lake 'City Reporter and its
specialty products to help
market her busi~iesjs.
"We get a lot of good
response from our ad mn
Curr~ents magazine," she
:says. "'I've had people stop
me and mention the ad. We~
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from our ad in the nriaga-
zine. It works. :
"And, we .get the same <
response from the Lakd
City Reporteii People find
us through our advertis-
ing. Every ad we rutt in~ the
newspaper, we always get a
great response."
Thei boutique section of
Kathy & Company offers
a selection of purses and
jewelry for all'occasioils.
The boutique is designed
So that customers waiting
for a hair appointment have
plenty of open space to
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~ Kathy & Company Salon
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says she's
always had
a passion for
K ~~working with ~ ah al
the public and working to
style haiir. Her two passions
have led her to a career as
a h~air.istylist and to owning
her own small business in
Lake City.
~i~atliff owns Kathy .
&~ Company Salon and
Boutique, a full-service
hair-styling center, located
: at 3325 S. U.S. Highway
441, Suite 105. Shie has
been at the location, grow-
ing a small b~usmes8s as hier
customers grow their hair,
for three years. .
,She says she has styled
hair professionally.for a
total of 16j years and the
entire process never gets
old.
"I r-eally enjoy the cus-
tomers," Ratliff says. 'They
are the secret to it all. Our
customers are loyal and
our stylists are very good,
.so thecustomers keep
coming back. We. keep the
customers happy and w
meet their needs. We are
here for them." ,
Kathy & Comipany offers
color work, highlights,
waxing and perm5 for the
:;: ladies and also offers me~n's
h.faircuts. Appointments are
:` encouraged, but walk-ins '
are welcome. The salon
offers~ a full line of Redhen,
B,' aindeterre and Sebastian
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Besides Ratliff, three
-" other stylists work at
Kathy & Company. They
include Ashley Anderson, '
_. -Angel Burris god, Amnber .
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Kathy Ratliff, owner of Kathy & Company Salon -and Boutique, turns her passion for hairstyling, customer service and sales
into a marketable Lake Cityi business with a loyal clientele. Ratliffs ftill-service salon caters to women and men and offers a
complete range of hair-styling~ products in .addition to haircuts; color, waiting and perms.


atmosphere that is veryr -
comfortable when people
wailk in," she says. "'e
wanted people to feel wel-
come and relax. They com-
.-ment and tell us that we
have created a comfortable


was old enough
"I grew up playing: with
hair and I always knew-
I wanted to do this," she
says. "It's a challenge run-
aing~a smarll business, but
I can't think of anything I


would rather do."
The Kiathy & Company '
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warm coldrs -and fixtures,
welcoming to all with first
.ste~ps dwoughU- the~ doo~r. .:
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,
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(1641 Days-Telpure'ITack)
To Commence Spring 20101
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prmences Prepare renewa and ulpdale
com o, utlinew. sS llbi'and rest- Meet
all scheduled classesj and uje scheduled
classroomn nmne appmpriateley Miammlin
accurate studenl records for gradmp
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at least 18 graduate hom wri~lun eilch
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other di f~eanirg Fxpeience ^
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The surplde propertycan be~inspect--
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2009 and Ontil time of sale ost Octo-
bel-24, 2009. For additional informa-
tion you may contact Mis. Tracy
.Brannon at (386)755-8038 of Mr.
Bill Elrod at (904)699-7067. A list of
surplus material'is available upon re-
Auuecstt.oElrodB Au olns1,A.BU.#126291)
ol conduct auction. www.elrodauc-
COLUMBIA COUNTY SCHOOL'
BOARD
MICHAELFMILLMIKIN
By:/s/ R. M: "Mikel' Null
Director of Purchasing
.04534904'
October, 14, 2009


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for self-sufficiency clients in .
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION~ FOR
NOTICE; QF APPLICATION FOIR TAX DEED. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
IDcc 17 I4 F.S. .tcle9 2~hel 5. given tha ~the Vero:Sd 1 721 F.S.
Notice is hereby given that the mr 4pa V, FLC'if. the following certfi- Notice is hereby given that the Vero-
pon TV, LLC of the following cemufi- cafe has fild said certificate for a na V, LLCG-f the following certifi-
`case has fded said certificale, fdr a~ TaIx Deed to' be issited thieion.` The cate has filed said certificate for a
.:Tax Deed to be issued thereori. The certificate numbeF and year of issaig Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The
ceruficate number and year of issu- ance, the description of the property certificate number and yeli pf issu- :
ance, the descriptioil of the property and name in which it was assessed is ance, the desbription of the property
and nanme mi which it was assessed is e" f tmumbe:69 and name in which it was assessed is
rtificate Number: 217 cea o ssuan e: Uprt SE 1 Cetfce Number 24

Description of Property: SEC. 07 TWN 4S RNG 16 PARZ~ NUM- Description of Property: SEC 00
TWN 2S RNG 17 PARCEL NUM- BER 03039;-002 THE S 80 FTI OF TWN 00 RNG 00 PARCEL NUM-
BER 04679-005 COMM. AT NW THE N 205 Ff OF E 112 FT OF B BER 11489-000 NW DIV: LOTS 8
.COR OF SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4, E .1/2 OF SE 1/4 OF NW 1/4 OF SEj &i 9 BLOCK B. ORB 358-530, 747-
780.08 FT FOR POB, CON E 1/4. ORB786-1687 1851 &r 861-1631
249.55 FT. SWY 527.47 FT TO N Name in which assessed: FRqNK A Name in whiich assessed: JESSIE &r
R/W OF HAP FARMdER RD, TODD III BERNICE DIXON
RUN.NW ALONG CURVE 90.58 All of said property being in the All of said property being in the
FT, CONrT NtW 87.641 f;T, NE County.of Columbia, State of Fori- County of Colunibia, State of Fori-
421.29 FT TO POB ORB 986-832 da. Unless said certificate shall be re- da. Unless said certificate shall be re-
Name in which assessed: CAROL deemed according to law, the proper- deemed according to law, the proper-
ANN & EUGENE PAUL RIVERS ty described in such certificate will ty described in such certificate will
Al f sad pret beig the be sold to the highest bidder at the be sold to the highest bidder at the
.Cunoy oCo umia State of Florie Courthouse on Monday the 19th day Courthouse on Monday the 19th day
.da. Unless &aid certificate shall'be re- of October, 2009, at 11:00 A.M. of October, 2009, at 1):00 A.MV.
deemed I ccording to law, the.proper- P. DEWITT CASON E P DEWfITT CASON
bsd t them hihst ~deeb at th CAMERCN SWW H DISABILI ~ AMRASOWW H DISABILI-
Courthouse onMonday the 19th day TIES ACP If youare i person with TIES A ; If you are a peson with
of October, 2009, at 11:00 A.M. a disability who needs any accom- a disability who needs any accom-a
P. DEWIT CASON modation in order to ]>artidipate in modation in grdei to participate in
CLERK OF COURTS .this proceeding, you are entitled, at this proceeding, you are entitled, at
AMERICANS WITH DISABL- no cost to you, to the provision of no cost to you, to the provision of
TIES ACT;'lf you are-a person with certain assistanc6.Persons with' a certain assistance. Persons with a
a dhiability who needs any accom- disability who peed any accoinmoda- ili~sability #rho need any accommoda-
mnodanon us order to participate in .tion to partktiplat should contit~tthet tioil to participate should contact th@
this proceeding, you are entitled, at ADA Coordiqator, PO.' Box 1569. ADe Coordinator, P.O. Boxt 1369,
no cost to you. to the provision of La~cke Ciry, FL 32056, 386-719-7428, takb. City, FL 32056, 386-719-;7428,
certain assistance ,Persons with 4 within two.(2)*wrorking days of yohi; wittiintwo(2)working days of your
disabdiry who need any accommoda- rieceipt of this notice; if you are hear; rec'eipt~bf this notice; if you are hear-
tion to partjicatpa should contact the mg impaired: iall(800) 9559-8771; if .ing ittippired call (800) 955-8771; if
ADA Coordm~aor, P.O. Box 1569, you are voice impaired caill (800) gou are vtjice impaired call (800)
Lake City' FL 32056, 386-719-7428g 955-8770. 559T;-8770.
whilhinr~rdo (2) working days bf you '
receipt of thit notice; If you are Ihear- .4534684 I D4534683~,, .:
ing unpaired~call (800r 95i5-877 I; if Si.eptember ,30, .2009 September 23, 30, 2009 '. -
you are voice impaired call (800) 'October7,142009 October 7, I4,2009 -.
9~55-8770 .NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OR APPLICATION FOR
d~531690TAX DEED TAX DEED
64534690Sec 197.241 F.S. Sec 197 2411 F S
September 23, 30. 2009 :Notice ir hereby giiren thist the Tar- 'Notice i h"erey given that the ~s-
October 7, 1-1. 2009 pon IV, LLC ~of the following certifi-. pon19l. LLC2 of the following cerfin-
cate has filed said certificate for a cate has filed said certificate for a
PUiBLIC AUCTION Tax Deed to be issued thereon. Tht: Tax Deed to be issued thereon. ~Th~e
Will be held by Gaie Automotive, certificate number and, year of issu- .certficate nimber and year of issu .
Inc, in Columbia County at 3468 ance, the description of the property ance, the description of the prdpety
S.W. CR 138, Fort White, Fl. 32038 and name in which it was assessed is `and name mn which it was assessed is
Date 10/20/2009 as follows: " as follows:
Time: 8:00 A.M. Certificate Number: 2056 -~' 'Certificate Nuimber: 2036
1998 KIA Year of Issuance: 2007 'Year of Issuancei 2007
rVIN# KNAFBl216W5730519 .Description~ of Property: SEC 08. description oflPoperty: SE'C 05
\ : TWN 7S RNG 17 PARCEL NUIM- TM/PFf75 RNG I' P'ARCEL NUM-
055083 BElt 09956-000 N 1/2 OF SE 1/4 'BER 09908-004THE S 14 AC OF N
. Octobbei7, 2009 OFSX SE 1/4 E3X 1 AC OFF E SIDB. 21 AC OF SWV I/4 OF SE 1/4 EX
ORB 609-203-204 THE W 654.86 FT. ,PARCEL 4,
Name in which assess :IiLE~N ORl859-029
WLSE MCQY & Bi~~TINE ~atine Sn hich assedsed: NELO
316fl~~JS16All of said property being in the All of said property ~beirig in thle
.County of Columbia,. State of Flori- Countyr of Coliambia, State of Flon
:~5~. da. Unless said certificate shall be i~e- da. Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law,~ h proper- deemed according to law, the proper-
sa & ; L n dap.s S ty described in such Eia~itate will ty described in such ce~rulhcate ull
8WR R Cpe fV O besol tothehighest bi der at the be sold to the highest bidder al the
Courthouse onMlondiiy the 19th day Courthouse dit Monday the 19th da)
Custm.Cus~an &Lndscpe. of October, 2009, at 11:O0 A.M. of Octob~er, 2009, at 11:00 A.M.
Cuto CtsLan Lndcae.P DEWITT CA SON P. DEWITT~ CASON
Customized lawin care, trimminig' CLERK OF COURTS CLERK OF COURTS
sod,design.Cdomm'1&Res'd.Eic. AMrERICANS WITH DISABInl- AMERICANS HTTH DISABILl-
& ills. 386-719-2200 Iv mhsgi .TIES ACT, If you are a person wilth TIES ACT: If you are a person with
a dlsablllity who needs any accom- a disability who needs any accom-
'niodritiost;mn order; to participate mn modatdionm order to participate m
Services this proceeding, y~u are entitled, at this proceeding, you ari: entitled, at
: . no cost to you, to ghe provision of no cost tb you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Persons writh a certain assistance. Persotti with a
Custom Ha#%iervic'e Rolled tlay dlisabllit Y'ho need any accommoda- disability who need ridly accontmoda-
Sfor Sale.betiween 1.5-1530 ea lion to panici~pate should contact the .tiori tolparticipate should contact the
Fencing work busi liogg~ing, site ADA Coordmalor, P.O. Bo.\ 1569. ADA Ccobrdih~ator, P.O. Box 1569.
p Erep, dinnjip truek work & more. Lakie Clt, FL 3 2056, 386-7 19 -74 28, Lak6 City; FL 32056, .386-71i9-7428.
SCall Chtis 386-155-1432/~867-60bs wn"1hin two I2 w orking days of your withinitwo (1) working days 6f your
rriecept of this nonice; If you are hear- : receipt of this notice; if you ale hear-
: I~ng Impanled call 18001 955-3771, If .ing imipaired call (800) 955-8771; if.
DIVOttCE, BANKRUPT~CY, you ar vice. impaired, call (8 )$ you are. Voice impaired~ call (800)
,RESUMES. .955-8770! 955-8770. ,
ehto r court approved forms


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386-961-5896.


NEED HELP


, ~04534682 '
Sp embz ? 30 200'


NEED HUEK 6tSER'(

., Cleaning 1)tte our Way!

Land Sehrices l

.,Lot Clearing Special. Bush H~og 5 1
! at: $1p99 Newk driveway,; gravel or
coherete. Also repairs, site~storage
bldg, all sizes. State Lic. Contrac-
tor. 386-497-3219. Free Estihnates.


Classified Department: 755-5440


Legal


Legal
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Sec. 197.241 F.S.
Notice is hereby given that the David
or Ellen Feagle of the following cer-
tificate has filed said certificate for a
Tax~ Deed to be issued thereon. The
certficate number andl year of issu-
ance, the dsscriptio~n of the property
.and itame 'in :vhich it was assessed is
RS follOWS:
.Certificate Nimber:1639
Yir OflSsuancer2002 '
Descriplion of Properry SEC j33
T WN 3?S RNUG 17 PA-RCEL NUhl1-
BER 06793-00i0 LOT 6 BLOCK 5
GOLF MIANOR S!D ORB 456-25,
6!9-288, 705-003, 7186-67. 7-13-
2 170,78-1- 589 78-1930
Name in winch assessed- DTB. INC
All1 of said property~ bemng In the ,
County of Columbia, Stare of Flori-
doI, Unless taid cernfcate ihall be m-
deemed according to law, the proper-
ty~ described in sqch emfacrate \<~ill
.be sold :to the highest bidder at the
Courthouseppn Mondaly tlhe 19th1 day
'of October 21102, at I I -00 A i.
P. DEWIITT CASON ,
CLERK OFCOURlS
AMERICANS. WIlTH. DISABLE
TIES ACI) If you fre a persda :with
p disability who needs any acopm-
Smodationlin order to participatg in
thiss proceeding, you are entaloe at
in0 cost to yo~u, to the provision of
cetrain assistance: Persons wilth a
disability who need any accormn~oda-
non' to participate should contact the
ADA Coordulator, ~P.O. Bo .~156 ,
Lake City, F~i32054, 386-719-742 ,
within two (2) Wiorking days of your
receipt of this notice; if you are lidar-
mng utnpanred call (800) 955-8771; if
you- are. voice unpanred call ~(800)
:955-8770. ~~ ~


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SALES OF SURPLUS PROPERTY
STAX DEED The Columbia County School Dis-
Sec. 197.241 F.S. trict will be holding a Public Auction
Notice is hereby given that the Brian on certain material and equipment
or Carmen Hogan of the following and vehicles that have been declared
certificate has filed said certificate surplus property. This public auction
.foi a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. ,will be held SaturdayL, October 24,
The certificate number and year of 2009 begmmnng at 9:00 a.m., at the
.issuance, the description of th6prop- Support Services Complex locatcd
erty and name in which~ it was as- off U.S. 441 and CR 25A :
sessed is as' follows: All sales are subject to stiiie an'd 10-
Cenifirrc te~umber 2-156 ,cal sales tax laws. If exempt f'rom
YeIar of Irsuance :I002 .:;hese takes a iales tar eremption rcr-
~:Descrip~tion of 'Property: SEC 00 of~cale mu I be presented at the nme
STWN 00 ItNG 0Q PAltCEI NUM- of the sale .or you will be' required to
BER 113675-000NWDIV: BEGNW pay such t:axes, "'NO EBXCEP-
CtOR, RUN E 70 FT, S 105 FT, W TIONS."
70 FT, N 105. FT TO POB. BLOCK 1. All: bidderj are required lo'register
48.ne ORB~ich 3989663JA E prior to the auction The Auctionee'r
Namein hic asessd JMESresejrVes the right to rJect~ bid of
:DIXON&rER:MA IlCKL;IGHTE;R arhydrie: whd is not a registered bid-
All of said property being in the der.
County of Columbia,.State of*Flori- 2. At the time of sale, the buyer's
.da. Unless said certificate shall be re- number and p~ricesi of ilzem sold is an-
.deemed according to law, the proper- noun~cd b) the A~ucilone~r No
ty described mn such certificate wil c~hpngez m pnce or quanuryJ cai ~be
.besold to the highest bidder att the made by anyone but the Auctioneer
Courthouse on Monday the 19th~day' and at that ume only In any dispute '
pl October, 2009, at 11:00 A.M. over price, .ciualitify,, dr betweeri bid-
P. DEWITT CASON 'ders, ithe; Kuictioneer le'serves the
CLERK OF COURIS right to: settle any and ill suc~h dis-
AMIERICANS WNITI TI -SABIiif ,ptate~s findhis debisionhaillbe Qual.
TIES ACT, if you at ''a person 14ith 3; Announcements mad~e by thhe uc-
.a disability who needs any accom- tioneer on the day pfithe' sal ~t~ake
moda~tion in order to participate mn precedence over.n~rs; ed matter
this proceeding,.yoy are ~entitled, at. pertaining to thi ~~ction: DESPITE
~no cost to you, to thie provision of EFFORTS TO ::AVOID ,WF{'H ,
certain assistance. ~Persons with a :DRAWAL OF ITEMS FROM. THE
disability who need rinLy accommoda- SALE LIST, IT MLAY SOMBTIMES
tion to participate should contact the BE NECESSARY; TFIEREFORE
AISA Coordinator, P.O. ~Bo;< 1569, THE SCHOOL DISTRICT' RE-
Lake City,.FL 32056, 386-719-7428, SERVES THE RIGHT TO DO SO. :i
within twHo (2) Hworking days of your 4. ALL ~IT~IN ~ARE SOLD AS IS,
receipt of thi'snotice; if you are It~ar- W}IRiE I IT~HOUT EXCEP-
mng unpaired call (800) 955-8771; if, TION .FO KNOWN OR trN-
you are voice unpaired call- (800) :KNOWN 'DEFE~CTS, ANDIC WITH-
955-8770. :r OUT ANY GUARANTEES OR
W;QRRMTIES, EXPRESSED; OR
1)4534686 iIMPLIED; The ..item(s) purchased.
September 23, 30, 2009 immediatelyy become the responsibil-
October' 7d 14 00 'h, af eh.lT~.~ .tt~t it is


Set~e r 23, 30, 2009 ~
October 7, 4. 2009


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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2009


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402 Appliances
LIKE NEW Nice GE Dishwasher.
Quiet power pot scrubber. Heat
boost, energy salver. $110.
386-754-9295or 984-0387
WHITE ELECTRIC stove. GE
works well &( looks good.
386 5-95 9 3 694c-0387.
Gu aTeE WASHkEgod
$135. 00 ob '
386-754-9295 or 9 4-0387

407 Computers
DELL COMPUTER.
.Refurbished by (Computer Guys).
Windows XP. Nevei used-
$375.00 386-697-1194.

408 Frnsitrare
ALL WOOD Tw~in beds. Includes
headboard, footboard, rails, box ;
springs & mattresses. Also, quilted
spreads $120.00 386-961-9067 -
QUEEN BOX SPRINGS
and mattress set.
$125. obo.
386-754-9295 pr 984-0387

us0 Lawn & Garden
10Equipment
NICE 42IN cut Murray Riding
lawn power. 6 s ened, s it on thle
386-754-9295 or 984-0387


640 for ~safeHlle

SFACTlOdY OVESRRUNS!
Built to malny 28'X40's.: Must Sell
@ Falor~y Cost. 3 left @ $Y24,900.
Calll Eric @3 386-7 19-.5560
100% FINANCING
New USDA loan. No money

pkgTs 1 1 ll Eic 3 (1 .. O 6(
BANK REP'O!
28X(56 3/2 1500 sq ft.
'Won't last long @ $24,900.
Call.Erio 386-719-5560
MUST SELL! Lost Job, never ti-
tled 14'X52' SW will sell @ cost
for only. $18,759. Call Eric for de-
tails. 386-590-6268 (Lv message!)
LIKE NEW 28X56,
3 bedroom. Great shape.
Includes set up! $29,900.
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
NO MONEY DOWNY!
New 1JSDA Housing Program
Must have $1,200 mo income. No
Bankruptcy last 2 years to qualify.
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
jm manrtin23@yahoo.com
Like Ne PH~o~ms EfMerit

SOnly $39.995.00
Call Jared @ 386-719-5560
jmnmartin23@yahoo.com
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS
Must sell!! br/2 I on 1/2 acre.

Call hird @ 386-719-5560


710 ForRfent edpi



$299 Moves
YOH Ill!!!


FREE RENT

BRAND NEW
GATED
POOL**PETS OK
Student/Law
Enforcement SpecialS
'200 FREE
CHANNELS
SNext to Middle School
2 br 38,6-754-1800
.1br 386-758-8029
Windsor Arms
www.windsorarmnsapts.com
www.aptsinlakecity.com
*certain restrictions apply

1300 sq ft:Duplex 2br/1ba. Private
yet not secluded. $650mo 1Ist and
.deposit. Background check. Sin
pes ok sera~te dep5 r. es~e.


Mob~Uile Homes

New modular home 1200 sf 3 Br
2Bie on 1/2 acr~e lot (close -in).
Decks, concrete f~ounldation,
dr~ivewa~y, plus new well, S'cptic,
66and AC Fin 11 Rec ct~i yer.
With $4000 to 10K dlown.

Garywe Haiutonc mu 1386 79824
PALM HARBOR HOMES
Factory Liquidation Sale!!!
Modular, Mobile, & Stilt homes.
0% Down when you own your
Call for FRoEEColor Brochures
1-800-622-2832

6 Mobile Home& Ln

2005 3/2 DWMH on 5 cleared ac.
$0 down $625 mo. (P&I) avail.
$8,000. cashiback to qualified
buyers. Call 386-965-3546.
OWNER FINANCING Very
large cleau 3br/2ba. South of Lake
City di/Pond. Small down & $765.
mo.386-590-0642 or 867-'1833

7 Unfurnished Apt. .
Fqr Rent
$400 MOVES YOU IN!
2 or ER Mbl oes
(386) 755-2423


R ETROPER Classifieds 1700 sf SECOND STORY 2/2, class
iefi d ad call

in Print and On line no Lp a br unty 8 n 0 A T55-5@l:O
$1100 needed, no dogs
Www.Iakecityreporter.com 386.961.9181


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my career in Real Estate when I
was 19 years old. Let me tell you
about this great career opportunity.
Call CaliledS~p ks, Broker at
386-755-0808
Janitorial Subcontractor*
Monthly gross $1500.00
Work evening part time.
Apply cleandist.com.
Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$100 per day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge retail &
diming establishments. Experience
NOT req'd. Call1-. 888-697-6576.
TECHNICIANS NEEDED!
Sunbelt Chrysler Jeep Dodge has
opening for Technicians. ASE -
Scertified helpful. Experience in
Diesel and Gas engines a plus.
Excellent Benefits, Top Pay,
Piofit Shaning &r Insurance-
Apply in person at:
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No Phone Calls Please! '
A~pply.Monday Friday
8:00 AM 5:00 PM
Telemarketer/Iriside Sales Support:
Mak hone appoin ments or our
mission bonus. Great work envi
ronment! Call Scott at 487-1502.


110 slS 1
Employment


420 Wanted to Buy
K&eH TIMBER
We Buy Pine Hardwood &r
Cypress. Large or small tracts.
Call 386-961-1961.


430 Garage Sales
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
S All Yard Sfie Ads
Must be Pre-Paid.


440 Miscennaueous

S8 place, "Red" Waiechtersback
dishes j(Spain) Dinner/salad plates,
soup bowls, coffee mugs, platter &r
2 serving bowls.Dish Washer Safe
$125. 755-9061
COMPLETE WATER
Softner unit & hookup.
$150.
S386-628-1939 or 628-1938
Nice king size Royafle Pillow top .
mattress &t box springs.
386-984-0 57 or308B 54-9295.

4 t aGood Tlhings

GRAIN FED BEEF FOR SALE
Half or Whole Steer. We'll have it
cut &~ Wrapped to your Specifica-
tions. 386-288-5444 o~r 963-2729

520 Boats forsa'le

1999 Bayliner Trophy. Center
console. 18.6 Ftl203 Forc~e engine
blue book $7500. asking $6500.
386-364-6516


U6 t? ~~o(sor Renti
16X80 SWMH.
$650. mo plus
security deposit.
,.386-623-2203 ..
IBR FUiRNISHED
All-U unldlns included plur satelln~e
51 35 week~. 5I35Depolit
Call 386-758-9455
'-2br/2ba~ ($600 mo.)
Close to W;hle Sprng5s. off Hwyi .
4'1N It &lg securllt
386-397-2619 /365-1243
3/2BA I)OUBLE\WIDE private..
Columbia City area. $750 mo and
$750 dep. central heait and air.
386-752-1941 or 965-0932
3B/213A WESTSIDE & 3b/2ba
SWood Gate & 3b/2ba 5 Points area
No pets. 1st month &"deposit.
.386-961-1482.
3BR/1.5 'BA
Unfurnished Mobile Home.
No animals. Call 386-755-0142
For more details.
3BR/2BA DWMII 2 car garage,
screened purch, McAlpin area.
$700. mo 1st lat + security.
386-697-1356


Westfield Realty Group, is Now
Hiring Experienced Real ~
.Estate Professionals.
Join the growing team of one of
the top real estrite companies in`
North Ceritral Florida.
Call Charlie Sparks, Bioker at
386-755-0808


120 Medical
Employment
04535066
Activities Director NVeeded
Management Exp Required
Certification Preferred.
Full Time with Benefits.
Fax Resume To:
386-362-4417
S-uwannee Health & `Rehab
1620 East Helvenston Street
Live Oak;, FL 32064
EOE/YD/M/F

Experienced Medical Biller for
busy Dermatology.
Fa 6Re~sume t

Large Oncology Practice Seeking
Full Time Nursing Supervisor.
Must HaveCManagerial Experence
demonstrate Leadership & Support
For 10 Clinical S~taf 61Wbe~rs.
Attn: Cassie
LPN & CNA/MA Deeded
for medical office. Fulltimre.
Please fax resume t~o
386-754-1712. -
M535053


Encoulraging aIdestyle of Indelpendent
Lake City-
RN.
OT
MSW
Exc. Comp & Benefits:
Health/Dental;PTO &
Holidays;401(k); Ask about
SCOMPANY PAID short/lo'ng .
term disability & Life Insurance
for F/T employees. Email:
recruiter@ seniorhdmecare.net
or fax to (866) 339-8713
EOE/DFWP .



Opportunities
Janitorial Franchise for sale '
Monthly income $1500. Clean
evenings part time. Min. $200 :
down. sojanitorialfranchise~com


240 Schools &


3br/2ba nice doublewide w/fire-
place. 10 ac. on Sante Fe River:30
min: from Lake Cityt $725. mo +
layt &r sec. 386-365-3865
4B/ 2BA pn 3 acres. 3 1/2 miles
out of Fort White. Off CR 18. New
Sch&a. Rent $750. 1st, last & secur-
itB. Ask for Jerry 386-497-1144.
5 Beautiful acres w/DWMH.
3br/2ba. 2 xii from Itchetucknee.
.Spgs. Secluded &f private
$675.mo. 386-365-5675


Interested in a Medical Career?
Etpress Training -
offers- courses for both
beginneis & experienced -
Nursing; Assistant, $409
next class-10/12/09
Phleb~tomy national '
certification,
$800 next class-10/17/09
Phaim Tech national
certification
$900 next class-11/03/09.
Continuing education
Fees incl. books,
supplies, exam fees.
Call 38h- 55-440I or
expresstraininaservices~com


310 Pet & SupplieS
FEMALE CHIHUAHUA,
white..$200. Cannot keep dile to
illness. Has papers.
386-755-0340
Female Poodle
White $250. Cannot keep ,
due to illness. Has papers.
386-755-0340
FREE Kittens 4 gray tabbys 7
weeks old. To a good liome only.
Litter trained. Call (386)752-7324
or (386)438-4230.


DWMH 2br/2ba. CH/A, Water in-
cluded. Quiet location, across from
elementary school. $600., mo + de_
posit. 386-752-8484 or 735-3649
FREE RENT 1st month. Spacious
3br/2ba MH. Quiet liark. Small .
pets~ ok. $500.~ move in. $575. no;
386-752-1971 or 352-281-2450
Large clean 3br/2ba all electric in
5 pt. atea: Also, 3br/2ba DW off
Triple Run. $st & dep.
No Pets! 386-961-1482
Late Model Mobile Homes .Quiet
area. 2br/1ba: from $400 & 3br/2ba
from $500 Inkludes water &
seiver. No Pets! 386-961-()017
Mobile Homes for rent in
White Springs. 2 and
3 bedrooms. Contact
386-867-2337or 397-1522
New MH 3br/2ba
$625/Mo. + 1st & last mo plus
$500 sec. dep.
Call: 954-258-8841


PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
and cats being sold to be at lbast 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
have mandatory shots tind are
free from intestinal and external
parasites. Many species of wild- ~
life must be licerised by Florida
Fish and Wildlife. If you are
unsure, contact the local
office for information..


401 Antiques


LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2009


Classified Department: 755-5440


Unfurnished Apt.
710 FroR ent
2 br/1ba w/garage on the West side
2br/1ba w/galrage on the East side.
1st, last &security.
386-755-6867
3BR/2BA DUPLEX
Recently remodeled
Call 386-6.7-12m20 detailsl.
Duplex for Rent: 5 mi. out
Branford Hwy. 2br/1ba very clean
w/ carport. $545/mo & $545 Dep.
No Pets! (386)752-7578
Large Deluxe Apts, 2 BR/2 BA,
W of I-75, Garage, W/D hook-up,
from $650 + SD.
No longer available.
NICE APT. downtown. Remod-
eled, kit., bd, ba, ly, din. & xtra
rm. Ref. req. $450.00 mo & sec.
386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951.
W of I-75, spacious neiv
2BR/2BA townhome,
$620 and up, plus SD,
(386)965-0276 or(386)466-7392.


720 For Rent
Rooms for Rent. Hillcrest, Sands,
Colunibia. All furnished. Electric,
cable, fridge, microwave. Weekly
or m~onthl rat sbl1 person $135,
386-752-5808

STo place your


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


South of Lake City near Branford
Clean 3br/2ba in quiet area. Free .
electric & water. $500 Sec, $700.
mo.. 386-590-0642 or 867-1833













.730 'si ?Rdnt
04534I992
HOME FOR RENT
4br/2ba
$1,250. per mo
Susan 386-623-6612, Realtor
Daniel Crapps Agency, Inc.
05 Brick -4/2.5 be + office, 3100
sqft.Near Elementary. 1.4 ac
bl prc assec.ptepn. 86-9s37-s8sd7
lbr/1.5 ba,w/d, CH/A, brick
fireplace, cathedral ceiling, fenced,
private, 8 ac, most pets ok. Nice.
1st,last,deposit. $725 Providence
352-494-1989
2 STORY, 2br/1.5ba. on 6 acres.
Completely remodeled inside
w/new appliances. $1000. mo 1st, .
last &~ deposit. References
required. 386-623-2016
3BR IN TOWN.
$685. mo. plus deposit.
386-344-2972

3br/2ba on 1 ac. Rent or Sale.. 1 mi
north of~ood Lion 1 oe 6
386-754-0800 or 755-7773
3BR/2BA w/1arge Famnily room &
fireplace. Fenced yard, shed. In
townr. $50. mo.pl~us $85 2sec9 ity

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386-365-8543 or 866-6(16-8443 ;

j 0 qRl.f abaC A new
palint iniide/oul &r ne1\r carpet
O875mo Istb & ec. dep. dbtcar.
p ,; big back yard~ 954-559-10872
FPorest Gountry S/D 2br/2ba
Brick, w/2 car garage. Lawn
service incl. Great school district.
Screened iti patio. 1 Yr lease req'd.
No pets. $1.100 Ilio. 386-752-6082
FT, WHITE
Country liv~ing. 1st &r dep. Apt.
2b/1ba $575. or MH 3b/2~ba $675.
Very clean! 386-497-1116..-
HOUSE FOR Rent
2br/ba $425.mo. &



Fort White. No Pets. $475. mo.
.1st, last + $300 damage dep,
(386)365-3578
TOTALLY UPDATED home for
rent 4BR/3BA, 2 story,
over 3,30( s.f,, 4 acres, park-like
setting. Close to I-"75. 10 minutes
to Lake City or 35 to, Gaiinesville.

Crpp4 eny 36 3~43.
VERY NICE 3br/2ba brick home,
Russwood S/D. $895. mo. $600.
sec. dep. Applicationi required.
S386-963-1974


790 Vacation mentls
Fall Special Horseshoe Beach
Gulf Front 2br home, w/lg water-
front porch, dock, fish sink. Avail
wkends. $345. or wk $795.
(352)498-5986/3~86-235-3633

805 Lots for Sale
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the fair
housing act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex'
disability, familial status or nation-
al or gn;ror any mnte tion to make
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 ~afiitadvertisinig for real es-
tate which is in violation of the
la.Orra esw ir h erbn-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ocompl~no udd ria iobn dl
HUD toll free at 1-800-6'69-9777'
the toll free
teleph nee nmber to the haring


80; :oineror Sale

LAE W/OPTrION TO BIUY


Damlel Crapp, Agency, Inc
-3BR/21)A~BRIC'K Homeodnd
fenced.acret All appliances lincl.
Many more deta~ihe. Ft. White area.
$198,000.00 386-755-3967
SBelow Appraisal Owner motivated
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage,* Eout
buildings. $164,888. Will consider
reasonable offer 386-935'-4205
HURRY LAST CHANCE
$8000 F.T.HB credit
New 3/2 Modular 1200 siF
1/2 acre upscale& close-in
loinded Decks Driveway A/IC
well septic concrete foundation
$665 mo w/4K dth Owner finance
avail Gary (386) 758-9824 or
`garyhamiltonhomes~com


available. Additional Propenties
avail for new construction
*386-752-5035 X2910
7 days 7-7 A Bar Salesi Inc.


940 Trucks
~1984~ Ford Ranger. V-6 auto,
Good condlitionl,
Asking $800
386-628-1939 or 628-1938

1997 Freightliner. Good truck,
new tires. 12.7 detroit, 9 speed
$12,500.00
386-364-6516
2001 Freightliner FLD 13 speed
12.7 detroit Great.tires
$16,000. will take partial trade
Sfor a pick-up etc 386-364-6516
2003 Ford Ranger Pickup
4 DR Su ercab XLT.
Only 40k mt es, Very clean.
$9900.00 Call 386-365-8901.
2004 DODGE Ram 2500. 3/4 ton,
'Cummings Diesel. 4 dr. Quad Cab.
One owner. 85k mi. Perfect condo.
$15,500. (352)339-5158
2005 F-350 Lariat Dually Diesel
Bed cover, rear air bags, & tow
pkg. Excel cond. 42k mi.'
$28,500 obo. 386-755-0139

950 cars for sale
Honda 2000 Civic $700!
Police Impounds from $500!
for listings
800-366-98 3 ert A760

Hoo a 20 1 Acod e s 5

800-366-9813 ext A834 ,

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2 P:OLARIS ~450 Sportsmans.
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Newly remodeled throughout.
.2br/1ba. CH/A. Owner Finance.
$600 mo. Northeast Lake. City.
Call for appt. 386-697-38816



5.82 ac in iRolling Oaks.'Beautiful
established equestrian SD.
High/dry and cleared. Asking
585.01~00 00 consider all rvasona-
ble offers 386-965-5530


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April '19): You'll be facing
trouble for n~t pulling your
weight around horne. It
-change in the way soineone
ilR ~wants' something done wjill
* cause some concern. Don't
.. share secrets or let others
*** in on your future plans. Il AA n
'TAURUS (April 20-
May 20): .A job that can
Sbe done from homiewill get
far more attention, brmgmg
better Wedults. An interest
ihg conversation with some-
one who can~iathlence your
advancement will help you
assess your situation and fu-
ture. #AA .
GEMINF(May~ 214une
20): Someone you thought
you ~could~ count on will dis-
appoint yiou. Focus on what
you can o t ge ahad ro-
**fessionally and put any per-
sona iniatters asidleunItil you
are in a better gpositionto act
t3 ` rationally. A change of plans
may cause a rift. AAA
CANCER (June 21-
Jluly 22); .Makie some ut~i-
nor chfmges to your home.
Adjtistments to. the way you i
do things both personally
and professid~nallyr will. stim-
L, ulate~ the rdgrless of your
projects andi chhince yo'ur
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don't .be t~empted~ to try to
impress someone by prom-
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spicuous you are, the better.
Keep things simple :and to'
the point adnd don't cut cor-
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with~ the good when it comes
to home and. family. .Not ev-
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phins. .AAA~
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will makie a friend instead
If someone who will fight
every suggestion you ~make. ~
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th-e game. AAAAAr-
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Feb. 18): Your -emotions
will ~trick yo~it into doing
something you ijrobably
shouldn't. Hold off doing
anything ~without~ a trusted.
friend's- opinion, A sudden
change in your financial:
situation will help ease your
stress. At .
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March 20): You'l have far
greater input and control if
yoti are upfront and opiniozi-:
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friends wiill inspireyou to
take another stab at a cre-
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to lauinch in th2,past. Make
:sure your :motives are rea: ~
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with 'someone you meet and
common ground will lead to
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light on a sitiimtion you~ firel
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22): Th~ere is 'more going
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dence or jto piirchase. prop-
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better if you bring on board .
someone` youi have worked
with successfully in the past.
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Stively you are involved in a
cause or group yoit enjoy,;
the greater. your chance .of
getting together within some
one who adds `value, to one
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Photos by JASON MATTHEW WALKERILabe CIty Reporter
ABOVE: T~he Columbia High School band performs before the game' against Madison
County High on Fridayl night.

BELOW: Jamaal Montagt~e (81) braces for impact as he makes his way through an open
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:i2009 Tiger Footba~ll schedule


Columbia High's i-iger Powell (6)' runs against ladison County High on Friday.`k


Fuson:uonPanthers


Columblia 48, Chaidton Co. ;48 Wk 9Wolfson (A)' 7 p.m.


Columinbial'6, Gainesville 13

Buchholz canceled

Columbia 38,Itobert E. Lee0

Madison Co.56,Columbia 14

Wk 6Ridgeview (A) 1p.ni.


Wk O0Suwannee (A) 7:30 p.mn


Opei dt O 6


However, three of the
four loss" for the~ 'i
Panthers have been on~
the road.
Colurmbia inust face the
Panthers at bome, where
they look to;kiabound
after Friday's.loss.
Game time for the. '
district matelitip will be~i
at 7:00( p.m., as are all
district game%~ played in:
Jacksonville.


returns to
action this
week in a
1)istrict 4-4A
game against Rfidgevjew
High.
Coming off of a 56-14
loss, the Tigers (2-1-1) ,
Must focus on district i
duties. The Panthkrs .:
come in at 1--1aftei-
falling to Clay High, 27-7


on Friday.
This will be the first': ;I '
district game of the '
season for the Padthers,
while the Tigers come in '
with a 1-0 district record
after their 38-0 wrin
against Le~e on Sept. 25.
Ridgeviety~ has lost four
games this season by a
combined 83 points, with
their lone wrin comiing
against Aliddleburk.


Wk 7 Godby (H).
Wnk 8 Ed W~hite (H)


7:30 p.m.

' 7:30 plm.


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