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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Lake City reporter
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City, Fla
Publication Date: October 21, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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'Lake Shore hospital shortly after his
escape and changed his clothes. The
ininate reportedly traded prison issue
blue clothing for a white T-shirt and
baggy tan pants.
He was later spotted by hospital
security and they notified authorities
of his whereabouts. Hodges tried to
flee the scene, but was captured in the
woods east of th~e hospital.
Hodges has served past prison
time for aggravated battery, traf-
fick~ing in stolen property and utter-
ing forged bills, according to FDO's
Web site uwww. dc~. ate.fl. us/c~smcadi n-'
mates.


Department of
Corrections, assis.t-
ed in the search
and apprehension.
Anthonyr W.
Hodges, 22, was
two months into a
Hodge 5year sentence for
es burglary when he
disappeared from a
Columbia Work Camp road crew at
216 S.E. Corrections Way around 1:30
p.m., according to a FDOC report.
According to Lake City Police
Department Captain Rudolph Davis,
Hodges made his way into Shands


Report:' Inmate walkS
away front road crew,
~changes clothes.
By PATRICK SCOTT
pscott@lakecityreporter: com
An escaped state inmate was appre
ended around 6:10 p.m. Tuesday,
SeVeral hours after he walked away
from a Columnbia Work Camp work
~squad, according to reports- .
SLocal and state law enforcement
officers, including members from
'Florida Fish and Wildlife and Flonida


JASONI MATTHEW WALKERit:.j~ .:.rs R;p.:.rver
Tim Warren (left), 25, and Jose Gonzalez, 22, describe their
eyewitness accounts of law enforcement officers chasing
down escaped state inmate Anthony Hodges near Shands
Lake Shore hospital. Hodges escaped from a work camp
crew Tuesday afternoon and was apprehended that evening.


Breast `cancer,
and viiolence
WarelleSS.
By ANTONIA ROBINSON
arobinson@lakecityreporter~com

Get your walking shoes
ready. Two groups will host
walks around Lake ~DeSoto
to raise awareness for their
respective causes Saturday.
;October is breast can-
cer awareness month, and
a walk for this cause will
be held from 9:30 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. Local Avon rep-
resentatives are hosting the
event.
"This is the first year ever
we're doing this," said K~elly
Porritt, Avon district sales
manager.
Local representatives
wanted to host a walk
locally for people that can't
make a trip to` a bigger city,
Porritti said.
"~We have the power and
tools here," she said.
Registration for the walk
is $10, which purchases an
Avon pink tote bag, Porritt
said. The event's goal is to


raise $1,000 for breast can-
cer research.
Avon pink ribbon product
collections will be available.
Por-rittsaid. Representatives
do not make any money
from the items.
Representatives hope to
make this an annual event,
Porritt saidi For more infor-
mation call 365-7604.
"I invite everybody to
.come out whether you have
breast cancer or not," she
said. 'C~ome show sup-
port."
Later in the evening is
the "Walkr a Mile Against-
Domestic Violence," at
6 p.m. also at Lake DeSoto.
October is also -domestic
violence awareness month.
Another .Way, Inc., a
domestic violence and rape
crisis center, is hosting the
walk. It is a free awareness
event for the community.;
"It shows we can make
a stand together," said
Elizabeth Free, outreach
advocate for Columbia and
Hamilton counties. "Getting
the word out is the most
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JASON MATTHEW WALKERILjl I 11., Prp.~:.nrlr
Katrina Evans, Columbia County Public Library assistant director, scans in a pile of overdue books and DVDs Tuesday.
Thie libjrary will host its annual Food for Fines program through mid-November, where patrons- can donate a can of food in
exchange for $1 of their library fines.
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:Annuial event tO
help fuel giving
Begins Nov. 1.
By ANTONIA ROBINSON
arobihson@ickec ity'~eporter.com
Columbia County Public .
Library patrons can reduce
their fines and help their
community by donating
food during the Second
Annual Food for Fines
Project.
The food drive, from
Nov. 1 to 22, benefits
Christian Service Center,
and donated items are dis-
:tributed locally.
"It's an easy way to
help others," said Shirley
Mcllanus, CSC director.
"Many people have books
they've forgotten to take
Back to the library."
CSC has a pantry: and
Provides food boxes to
families in need, Mcjlanus ,
said.
"It goes out as fast as it
comes in," ~she said. "There
are-30 families at least a
day coming in for food."


director. The library col-
lected 2,469 1tems in
exchanged for $2,231.31 in
fines last year.
"(It vias really popular '
with the patrons," she said.
"Thei were happy to have
the opportunity to pay
down fines." .


The library approached '
CSC abqirt the project last
year, Mglclanus said.
WNe. thought it was great
idea," she ,said. :
A staff member had s~een
a similar~program at ariolth-
er library, said Katrina
Evains, library assiStant


Donations must be
non-expired, sealed and
non-perishable food items,
Evanms said. One item
equals $1 in overdue fines,
and patrons can bring the
donations to any library'
branch.
CSC is especially in need
of peanut butter and jelly, .
McManus said:
The library is happy
to take the items to CSC,
Evans said. The program
not onl3y helps petr-ons, but
others in need.
"It's a really great: way
to benefit not only them-
selves, but help the com-
munity," she said. "Most
(people) probably have had
a late book a time or two in
their life."
For more information
on the program, call the
library at 758-2101.
"It's wonderful when
agencies can get together
and help each other," .
MCURHus Said. "They're
not only helping us, but
they're helping the com-
munity. It goes right back
into the community."


COURTESY PHOTO
A'Food for Fines' fundraiser will allow Columbia County
Public Library patrons to trade $1 in fines for a donated food
item. The food will help Christian Service Center feed the
needy in Columbia Countyy.


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Daniel Nichols (left), 7, fishes with his cousin Alex Shep~pard,
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"Restore to me the joy of your
salvation and grant me a willing
spirit, to sustain me.~
Psalm 51:12

Thought for Today
"You are rewarding a teacher
poorly :if you remain always' a

-- Iri~ed~ricl Nietzsch~e,
Germari philosopher (1844-1900)

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welcome Dr. Tim Holloway.

:A'~ A 1998 graduate of` Columbia High School,
c~Tim graduated from the University of
Florida's School of Veterinary Medicine in
2007. He is looking forward to many years
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Niblack Elementary School Principal William Murphy on Thursday. The award is for the school
achieving an 'A' in the FCAT for the 2008-2009 school year.


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719-2700.


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Tom 'Mayer
tmayer@lakecityreporteom


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lvagodbook bar-s


Isthere anything bet-
ter than finding a~yard
sale held by retirees, or
better, an estate sale run by ;
non-readers? Boxes and boxes
of books; nothing more than
25 cents.
The evaporated storage
space in my closet, attic,
garage and shed is testimony
to my passion.
For my birthday two years
ago my wife and daughters
built for me, by hand, yet
another bookcase. It, too, has'
succumbed to my largesse.

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Indeed, I often had galley cop-
ies of books that wouldn't be
published for months:.
Thle New York Times best-
sellers were an e-mail to a ptxb-
lishing agent away. They often
arrived overnight. Everyday
was like Christmas.
Never again, I vowed, would,
I pay full price for a book. .
So why gm I disturbed by :
the ;current price wars ~betweeti
Amazon.com and Wal-Mart's
online site?
To recap: About a week-
ago, Wal-Mart launched an
online $10 price for select new~
books. Good books. Books
by Stephen King and Dean
Koontz. Amazon countered,.
and the bidding war dropped
to $9 for the entire Top 10 .
New York Times bestsellers.
For people like me, who
'refuse to pay full price for a
book, those prices reflect an
enticing ~67i percent discount
off the cover price. :
Since large stores typically
receive about a 47 percent
discouixt on new books, this
price cut means Amazon and :
Wail-Mart are willing to sell at a
loss to gain market share.
And that's bad news.
:Say good-bye to youf favor-
ite bookstore.
Who doesn't love a book-
store? As my girls say, it's ii~e
a huge library except you don't
have to bring the books back.
Can the brick-and-mortars,
the Barnes 8r Nobles, Books-
A-Millions and ever-struggling
independents, compete? Online
sales, were already writing: that
last chapter.
Y'm as much to blainie as
anytme. How do you resist
the siren song of a new John .
Grisham release for a.price not
seen since the 1970s?
Maybe likre this: This ~
weekend we'll head to our \-
faviorite bookstore, order a
hot chocolate arid slowlyr sip
through the stack of books
we've brought back to the
table.
I'll have an interesting
conversation with~ my wife,
and we'll debate what artist is-.
playing through the overhead
speakers.
And then, when we've had
our fill of bookstore more, I'll
dig a 20 percent discount card
out of my wallet and make our
purchases.
'As for the loss at the regis-
ter, I'll consider that an even


trade.

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Since 1874
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rnbmlia andesusnound ng unties by
We believe strong newspapers build
strong communities --"Newspapers
get things done!"
pu lihp dstn sed ond profitable
community-oriented newspapers.
This mission will be accomplished
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work.
Todd W~ilson, publisher
Sue B anao ronc oller
Dink NeSmithr, president
Tom Wood, chairman


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Let's se~e. Cash for clunkers
project was broke in weeks.
The U.S. Post Office is gomng
broke when (JPS and Fed Ex
made a profit (according to
President Obama). Medicare
and Medicaid, along with Social
Security, is broke or going
broke. Unemployment is going
up and the~stimulus money is
almost gone.
If the government hasn't been
successful in these things, I'm
sure they can't fix health care-
I was told years ago to do what
successful people do. If we allow
the government, which has
been a failure so far, to contin-
ue, odds are they will fail again'
Iry Crowetz
Lake Cit?


the' state government tells them
to pay. The companies have said
they'll take~ out pre-existing con-
ditions and cover everyone if
everyone has coverage.
Could it be malpractice insur-
ance rates and the tests run to
prevent malpractice awards.
Would tort reform help?
Could it be the government
stepping in to help everyone
with Medicare and Medicaid?
Medical inflation was lower
before thesis: programs and the
fraud that's allowediin them.
Could it be those that use
the systeni and don't pay? The
illegal, the broke and those that
can but won't pay. .
Could it be a little of all of
these?
Can the government help?


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SLetters to the Editor should be
typed or neatly written and double .
spaced. Letters should not exceed
400 words and will be edited for
length and libel. Letters must be
:signed and include the writer's name,
address and telephone number for
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letters per month published..Letters
and guest columns are the opinion of
the writers and not necessarily that of
the Lake City Reporter.
BY MAIL: Letters, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL 32056; or drop off at
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a rare commodity.
Somewhere along
the line, the torch
E er~a egcis that should have
:been passed is extinguished
and traditions are lost. .
SThis could have been the fate
of the legacy wrought by the
late Joe Wilson. Wilson, a long-
:time Veterans Medical Center
Hospice volunteer, made it his
:-aily business to greet hospice
;patients and their families with
Sa cup of coffee, a crooked smile
and a few comforting words.
That smile andl those words ~
Were Wilson trademarks lost
Svirhen we lost the Inan, but it is
'comforting as comrforting
Sas that warm cup of coffee on
San betober riorning to note
Shis legacy of extending warm
:greetings will continue.
In remembrance of Joe
: iWilson and his work, popular
loIcal artist Duffy Soto is donat-



attend an exhibit Nov. 11 at
L Iake City Mall. The price of the
Sprint is a donation of coffee for
the hospice.
The ~event is calledl, "Share
a cup of Joe," and community
suliport for the event will go
far in keeping lit the torch once
carried by a single individual.
True legacies, after all, must
Sbe nourished if'tie~y are to sus-
tain* .

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IN HISTORY Y
Today is Wednesday, Oct.
21, the 294th day of 2009.
There are 71 days left in the
'year.
M On Oct. 21, 1959, the
Solomon R. Guggenheim
Museum, designed by Frank
:Lloyd Wright, opened to the
public in New York.
a In 1797, t~he U.S. Navy
frigate Constitution was chris- '
tened in Boston's harbor.
W In 1805,; a British fleet
commnanded by Adm. Horatio .
Nelson defeated a French-
SSpanish fleet in the Battle of
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LETTERS T O T-HE ED IT.O R


Who's to blame for
health care crisis?
To the Editor:
Who's to blame for our cur-
rent health care situation? Could
it be the corisumer not asliing
health questions like, is it neces-
sary (the test), how much does
it cost, is there a less expensive
test or is there a drug proce-
dure that will fix my problem?
Did I use the emergency room
instead of my family doctor?
Could it be the insurance
companies that must pay the
contracted' amount to the doc-
tor, hospital and drug company?
Their profit is usually 2 to 3 per-
cent. The insurance company
pays the contracted benefits that





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Coy Msircus Williangs, Sr.
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Coluniibia Hig~h S dhool, attended
Young Harris Jr. College, earned
a BS diegree firom FSU and' a
Masters Degree from Northeast
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WVednesday, October 21, 2009


Columbia should
be in offensive
matchup, Friday. \
By BRANDON FINLEY .
bfinley@lakecityreporter.com
Calculators may be need-
ed by the end of Friday's
game pitting Columbia
High against Tallahassee
Godby High. '
Not only do the Tigers
bring in an offense that has
posted 2654 yards this sea-
son,: but the Cougars are a
balanced attack almost as
dynamic.
Through six games, the
Cougars have piled up 777
yards on the ground, and
have threw for 761 yards.
Columbia's two biggest
OffenSive playmakers both
passed the 800 yard mnarkier
for the season in a 42-30
win against East Ridg'e on


Friday.
foTi~ger PoweHt uaruhseid
games and reached the end
zone 10 times.
Jamaal Montague has
been equally impressive
hauling in~ touchdown
passes. He has totaled nine
scores and caught for 859
yards on 47 catches.
The Tigers hope to main-
tain a balanced offense
under coach Craig Howard
as they prepare for the third
game of .this homestand.
Columbia realizes it poses
problems for defenses by
distributing the ball equally
in the running and passing
games..
"That's the problem
with balance on offense,"
Howard s~aid. "A team can't
load in and defend the run,
.or they'll get hurt in the
TIGERS continued on 2B


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Columbia H'igh's 'Jabari Thompson 9) tries to dodge tackles made by East Ridge defenders
on Frdy.


FO~RT WHITE --- It start-
ed with the opening kickoff,
and it didn't end until the
final whistle as the Lake
City Mciddle School Falc~ons
edged the Fort White
Middle School Indians,
`47-0, on Tuesday.
.Lake City .opened the
game up ~with, a kickoff
:return for a touchdown
from' Gabe Kimble. Kimible
took the kickoff at the 35-
yard line to open the scor-
ing. Michael .Fluellen con-
verted the extra point.
A Fort White fumble set
up the next score for the
Falcons. This time, quarter-
back Kellen Snider rushed
in from the two yard line.
The t ta echane
'before half. Again, Snider .
rushed in, and Rakeem
Battle added the tw~o-point
conversion to lead 21-0.
Fort White held with a
Caleb Bundy interception
to keep .the Falcons from`
a<;ding: on before halftime;
Lake C~ity began the
FALCONS continued on 2B


.JASON MATTHEW WALKERiLake City-Reporter
:Memnbers of the 2009 Columbia High girls' golf team are (from left) Ashley Mixon, Shelby Camp, Darian Ste-Marie,
Brittany Boris, Katie~ Sweat, and Coach ~Candace Christie,


- I d Tigers place third ir districts


Fom staff reports

The Lady Tigers of Columi~bia High
will adirance to regionals after finish-
ing third in the district tournament
on Monday
Columbia shot a 411, in their worst .
'taund of the season, biittit iras good
enough to advance to ithe regional
tournament.


;'It's good to: know that wev were
aib~le to advance .after playing our
brorst this season," coach Candace
Christie said.
Tlhe best news for the Lacly Tigers
is that the regional tournament will
tak~e place at Summerbrook Golf Club
iin Tallahiassee, where Columbia hid
its' best round of the season.
At ~Panama City Golf Course in


Panama City, the Lady Tigers were
led by Darian Ste. Marie and Brittaiy
Boris. The golfers shot: 92 and 93
respectively. Katie Sweat ~finished
with a 104 and freshman Shelby
'Camp placed fourth with a 122.:
SSte-Marie was named to the
All-District team.
P;REP cbn~tinused on 2B


Jag have bragging
rit, but are 0-2
in district play. :
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter. com
FORT WHITE -, East
Gadsden High has book-
ended two important wins
around a five-game losing
streak.
The Jaguars host Fort
White High at 7:30 p.m.
Friday in a District 2-2B
F- indtict py,( whi e
East Gadsden (2-5) is 0-2.
East Gadsden opened
the season with a 21-0


win over West Gadsden
High, winning the battle of
Gadsden County and the
Superintendent's Cup that
goes with it.
Last week, the Jaguars
beat FAMU High, 21-6, for
homecoming.
"It was good to get back
on the winning track,"
coach Scott Anderson said.
The Jaguars lost senior
running, back Montez
Fryson last week after he
rushed for 60 yards and
a touchdown. On Tuesday
Frsnws ate doon tos
determine if he could play
INDIANS continued on 2B


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Fort White quarterback Alex Gilmer (12) receives protection by Jerry Stningfellow (34l) as he
eyes an open receiver,


High octane


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Students in ~~
T~lransition event
A four-person .
scramble benefit for
Suwannee County
SSchool's'Students in
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Lake City.: Entry fee is
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sponsorships are $60.
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Nov. 5 and the field in
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Splitz Bowling Alley in
Gainesville, 4 ~
Fort W~hite volley-
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6:30 p~m.u(J -5;3 av
football \is. Madisoh
County High, 7 p.m.
MColumbia 'High '
freshman football at
Eastside High, 7 p.m.
SFort.,White High JV
football at Union County
High, 7 p.m.
Friday
SColumbia < High
football vs. Godby High,
7:30 p.m.
WFort White High
football at East Gadsden
High, 7:30 pm
II Columi High cross
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TIGERS: Must defend team speed


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L.AKE CITY REPORTER SPORTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2009


Page Editor: Brandon Finley, 754-0420


Rutgers (4-2) at Army (3-4), 8 p.m.

GOLF

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Site: Scottsdale,Ariz.
Schedule: Thursday-Sunday
Coue 7 2a haw ol Club Raptor
:Purse: $5 million. Wllinner's share.
$900,000. 4
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CHAlgPIONSTOUR
AT&T Champion'ship
Site: San Antcinio.
Schedule: Friday-Sunday.
Couse ,Oak psills country club
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$255,000
Television~ Golf Channel (Friday, 7:30-
9:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 2-4 a.m., 7:30-
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Castello Masters CostaAzahar
Site: Castellsn, Spain.
Schedule: Thursday-Sunday
Course: Club de Campo del
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$498.920.
seenis',ion Golf Channel (Thursday-
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;Nationwide Toiir Championship
Site: Charlesiton, S.C-
Schedule:Thursday-Sunday.
Gaurse: Daniel' Island Club, Raiston
Creek (7,446 yards, par 72).
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Chiles and Mosely took
home the top two spots in
thle tournament. Chiles 378
won the district.
RegiOnals iivill tee off in
Tallahassee on Tuesday at
8 a.m.

COlumbia golf :

Shayne' Barber finished
with :a .76.to lead IColumbjia
:Highi in distr~ict~s. Barber's
TOund was g~ood enough
to ~finish as part of the All-
:.District team and ail overall
Sf1ilish of fourth.
Despite his efforts,
the Tigers~came up'one
spot short of advancing to
fe~giOH1S as Leon, Panama
CiyMOsely' and Chiles
high schools wiere the top.
three schools. Columbia
finiShed with a 335.in the
match, with Leon taking
the district championship
at 292.


Only the top three teams
advance past the district
tournament, however,
BarbPdr and Chad Hunter
were able to qualify as indi-
viduals.
Hunter shot an 80 in the
match to qualify for the
regional tournament,
Anriew Johnson, shot
an 86. Bryce Hawthorne
and 19ich~ael Creech round-
ed out .the scores for the
Tigers with 93s.
Medalist for the District
2-3A tournament was
Brandon Collins from Leon
with a 7-under, 65 in the
round. .

Columbia volleyball

Columbia High finished
up their home season
with Senior Night against
Hgmilton High on Monday.
The I~idy Tigers finished
the match in three sets 25-


11, 25-16 and 25-10.
Hannah Sullivan led in
service points with 10. She
also had five aces, nine kills
and a block.
Arden Sibbernsen had
nine service points, three
aces, two digs and four
kills. Beth Williams led the
Lady Tigers with 21 assists,
two~digs and a kill.
"It was a very nice
way to end the last home
match of the season,
coach Casie McCallister
said. '"The seniors were
honored before the cer-
emony. Hannah Sullivan
had her best match of
the season. That iS a very
special way to end her high
school career, at home, in
front of family and friends.
I think that she will always
look back and remem-
~ber how she finished her
high school career in our
gym."


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N.Jets at Okand, 4:5 p.m.
Atlanta at Dallas, 4:15 p~m.
Chicago at Cincinnati, 4: 15 p.m'
New Orleans at Miami, 4: 15 p~m.
Arizona at N.Y Giants, 8:0 p.m.
Philadelphia at Washington, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Denver, Seattle, Detroit'
Jacksonville, BaltimoreTennessee

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Today
Tulsa (4-2) at UTEP (2-4), 8 p~m.
Thursday
SPrairie View (4-1) at Southern U. (4-2),
. 7:30 p.in. .
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SOCOild half the way they
began the first.
TTey MafShall returned
the kickoff 72 yards for the
Score.
The third quarter ended
with a Connie Underwood
SCOre Setting up Kimble
f0[ 11iS second score of the


night. This time he: ran it hi
from seven yards out.
Tyrone Sands highlight-
ed the fourth quarter for
the Falcons.
After having a 55-yard
touchdown run, called
back for holding, Sands
rushed it in from 50 yards


on the following play.
R.J. Stewart added the
two-point conversion.
With the game out of
reach, Kimble hit the
hait trick with a 27-yard.
reception for his third score
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passing game. We strive
to achieve that, and Godby
has. You have to pick
your. poison wiith ~them,
because they'lY be one
.of the, faster teams ive
'`play."


One speed position that
Columbia wil have eyes
oh w~ill be wide receiver,
ivhei-e Chris St. Hiliare
.and Jramelle M~urray create
defensive matchup prob-
lems. .


St. Hiliare has averaged
95.5 yards per game this
season, and Murray has208
yards through six games.
Of course, Columbia has
pretty good receivers ill
their own right.


COURTESY PHOTO


Round Uporunner-upp
The Noith Florida Ball Hawgs travel team waSnrunner-up iin last weekend's Eastoni Round Uip
Classic. Team members are (front row, from-left) Logan B~edenbaugh, Nic Tyre, Jordan Culp,
Tyler Boris and Alex Mitchell. Second row (from left) are Jake Bates, Lucas IBedenbaugh,
Harrison Shubert, Jake Thomas and Tyler My rick. Back row coaches (from left) are
David Bedlenbaugh, manager Jason Bates and Billy Muirphy.



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Williams was mentioned
by Anderson as a player to
watch.
"Antwan Mathews has
been as productive as any-
Sbody for us," Anderson said.
"He is a shutdowri corner
and our leading receiver.
Marquis Lewis` (tight end/
linebacker) is our lead~ingl
tacklerr:

THAT SCRAMBLED WQRD GAME
.by Mike Arg rion ~and,Jpff Knurek


That's enouahi \


this week. .
Fryson had 116 yards
rushing against West
Gadsden. He rushed for 92
yards in the 34 6 loss to
Rickards High and scored
on a 49-yard screen pass
against Chiles High (37-20
loss). .
( Quarter bac k)
Donterrious Garret has
done some good things
and he will start this week,"
Anderson said.
Garret had a 24-yrard
touchdown pass to C'edrick
Akins last week.' He had a
pair of touchdown passes tO
John Price against Wakulla
High, as the Jaguars squan-
dered a 14-0 lead and lost

Darious Johnson is a
running back/1inebacker
for the Jaguars. His 69-yard
kickoff return touchdown
against Chiles was the
first in school history. He
returned a blocked punt for
a touchdown against West
Gadsden.
Senior Price is football
nevircomer, whq punts and
also had a touchdown catch
in the opening game.
"He never played at East
Gadsden," Anderson said.
"He was a baseball player.
that showed up the first day-


He is very talented and ve
are glad we have him."
Freshman Jarrell
Reynolds will start at run-
ning back if Fryson is not
cleared. He had a 28-yard
touchdown run last week,
Reynolds plays strong safe-
ty, where he teams up with
free safety Jamal Williams.
Williams had a pick against
.Wakulla.



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TE LE VISION

TV sports

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
a p~m.
ESPN --Tulsa at UTEP
GOLF
s p.m.
ofT .n 0f nAm rica, Grand Slam
Bermuda (same-day tape)
MqjOd LEAGUE BASEBALL
8 p.m.
TBS Playoffs, National League
Championship Series, game 5,
L.A. Dodgers at Philaidelphia

BASEBALL

MLB playoffs
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
National League
Today
(Hsam I le (ail 4-0) at Philadelphia

American League
Tuesday
NewYork at Los Angeles ~(n) :
New York at Lhou ynles, 7:57 p.m:

FOOTBAnLL

NFL games
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F~L~CONS: B~attle has three scores

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chased out of bounds.


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The Fort White High bandl keeps the audience .entertained -during the halftime show.~

2009 Indian Football Schedule

Madison Co. 42, Fort White 26 Wk 9 Bradford (A) 7:30 p.m.


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Fort White 30, Newberry 21

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Fort White 21, Union Co. 18

N.F. Christian 41, Fort White 14 .

Florida High'e: Fort White l4

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weel; to snap a five-game
losing streak.
East Gadsden has its
playoffi life on the line, with
losses already to Florida
High and Tay!lor County.
The Indians can assure
a playoffs belrh by winning
out in district play.
Fort Ypite.dropped its
last game, 16-14, to Florida
High. East Gadsden lost to


the Seminoles, 22-13.
This season, Fort White
;quarterback Alex(:Gilmer
is 5 of 119 passing for 712
yards and seven
touchdowns. Alexis Blak~e
has 29 catches for 391 '
yards and fivle of the TD
passes. Blak~e also has
rushed for 208Y yards.
1Vontre Cray leads in
Srush~ing writh 292 yards.


ort White faces .'
the District 2-2B
team writh the
worst record this
Week, and there
is no margin for error.
Despite a 2-5 record,
East Gadsden is 2-2 at' :.
home and has. played .
tough in both~ losses.
The Jaguars won their
homecoming game last


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of year again, but you don't have to go` it alone


By PATRICK SCOTT
p~cdtt@lakecityreporter. com
For recipients enrolled
in the Medicare Part D
prescription drug plan,
the weeks between.
Nov. 15 and Dec. 31 can be
a stressful time. -Howeve~r,
help is orily brIjhone call
away.
SHINE -- Serving .
Health Insurance. Needs
of Elders is a volunteer
prograin with thq Florida
Department orf 1Slder
Affairs that offers ~free,'
unbiased and' confi~den- ``
tial absiStance to anyone '
who may have questions
regarding `insurance.
SHINE will host a series
of assistance programs in
Lake City and Fort W~hite,
beginning on Oct.' 28.
Visitors to these programs
wcill be able to sit dowvn
~with a SHINE volunteer
and have their questions
answered.
"our volunteerS receive
extenswve training.; said
Mlary Lee Tanca, SHINE
coordinator for the North
Florida area, which
includes Coluimbia County.
Tanca has been: with
SHINE for more than five
years.
According to .the
U.S. Dept. of Health &~
Human Services W~eb site,
Medicare Part D provides
prescription drug coverage
for those wh3o ;are eligible
for Medicare either by age
or disability. Those eligible
by age apply three months
before turning 65 or up to
three months after. W'ith
disability eligibility the
application must be submit-
ted three months before
the 25th morith of cash dis '
;ability payments and up to
three months after. ':
The SHINE program
began in 1993 through a ll
grant from Medicare, and .
ever-y yeak- it faces new
.guidelines that SHINE vol- :
unteers rnust keep up with.
'It's a challenge to stay :):
updated," Tanca said.
Wh~jile applications'for
Medicare Part D can be
filed online, at wwwllllmed~i-
carve.gov, SHINE volunteers
will' be available during the
sign-up time to answer any
questions local residents
may h~ave. Seven differ.
ent dates have been set in
Columb~ia County through
Dec. 17;
TIan~ca said those want-
irig informa7tion durifig the
programs must bring their
liedicare 2009 Part D plan
card and any arid all pre-
scription drugs presently
being taken.
At each of the individual
sessions,' SHINE volun-
teers will be able to explain
the numerous plans avail.
able -- there are 47 differ-
ent options in 2010 and
help calculate premiums,
deductibles and drixg costs
for the year.
For more information,
call (800) 262-2243.


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JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Emily Wilson, a pharmacist at North Florida Pharmacy, counts pills.


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SHINE volunteer sites

A Oct. 28S at 12':30) p.m.
at the Lifesty~le Enrichmlent
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SNov. 5 at 10 a.m. at
Seniors U~nited
SNov. 10 at 10:30 a.m.
at Columbia County Seilior
Services,. Foryt White
i Nov. 13 at 12.30. p.m.
at the Columbia CountyJ
Library on Columbia Ave.
.. Nov. 25 at 12:30 p~m.
at the Lifestyle Eurichnribnt
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energy efficiency both at home and at the pinnp.

SDon't Warm UI) Your Car
The best way to warm your vehicle is to drive it. Idling
.gets you zeiro miles to the gallon. 191or tha 30 second s."
of idling on cold days wastes fuel and increases
emissions.

Conduct Regular Car
Maintenance
SSimple things such as properly inflated tires can J
Improve gas mileage by about 3 percent. Replacing
clogged air filters can improve gas mileage by as
much as 10 percent. It also is important to use
your car manufacturer's recommended blend of
motor oil. Using a different oil can decrease gas
mileage by 1 to 2 perc~ent. :

'Fill Up With.Ethanol
Using gasoline with 10 percent ethanol is.a key`.
component to lowering high gas prices and
stretching petroleum supplies. Experts recently.
noted that ethanol has lowered gas prices by
15 percent, saving drivers some $70,billion at
the pump this year alone. The production of
.just one barrel of ethanol replaces 1.2 barrels
of petroleum. In total, the use of ethanol in
gas and E-85 will displace the equivalent of
52 large oil tankers filled with imported crude
this year. The production of ethanol and the
abundance of corn positions corn growers
to lead America's transition into a new era
of energy based on alternatives to fossil and
unported fuels. Check your owner's manual to
find oiit about ethanol usage.

Hybrid or Flex Fuel Vehicles
The interest in highly fuel efficient vehicles
will not go away:anytime soon. Save money~
at the gas pump and help the environment by
investing in a hybrid or a vehicle that runs on
E-85, an 85 percent ethanol blend.

Buy Locally Grown Foods
Supp~ort your local farmers by choosing localineat .
milk and produce when possible to eliminate the
cpstly- transportation bill Packaging~, transportation,
energy, advertising and profits ac~counit for 24 cents of
the food dollar energy costs have an even greater
impact with high oil prices.

Tm'irn Yo~ur Home Off~:
According to the United Staites: Department of Energy,
75 percent of the electricity~used in the average home Is
consumed while' products are off. Unplug your appliances or
use a-jaower strip to cut off the electicity ivhen you aren't ustng

Sieen Savers Don't Save "
Screen savers do' not reduce'the energy your~ computer uses. Instead.
switch computers to sleep modeiror simply turn qff monitors to sale

Set Your Thermostat at 68 r
For every degree you lower the thermostat in the 60 to 70 degree range, you'll save
5 percent on your home's heating costs. Set the temperature: even lower at night to
save an additional 5 to 20 percent.

Use Fluorescent Light Bulbs
Replace~ mearndescent light bulbs \rnh compact 11uorescent I~ght bulbs, which use
75 pe~rcen! less energy than incandescent.

Open the Shades
Open the shades or blinds aind let the sun shine mn during the da.\ to natural.
heat \our home. Don't forget to close them at night to help msulate against
the cold. sp

Following these~ eas! ups can help lower your energy bills and reduce our .
c~ountrfs dependence on foreign oil sources.




Get the Facts on Ethanol

The use of alternate ie energy' is becommge more common a Blellding etihanol w\Ithi gasoline s entid- gas liners,
In eteri da\ hfe. Hecre are some facts to consider about and lowerrs the price at the pumtlp by .Ibout Is percent
one alternallie source. ethanol. according to induatrri exprts. plus. ethanollil \\as-
m Amersea's corn gorowers are harv~ejtmg the setcond butll either IRMTBEI ;I La calr lc'nogeni lin ale n1.1 fuel~C
Largest crop In our nation's history, which means there


will bI e enough corn to meet demands fo~r food. feed aTeE rnetlPoeto gnicnlddda
and fulel as wellI as enough to prot ide strong etp~orts ethanol reduces calrboln monosid enussrions5 ly .1s
to other~' c'unltrieS O\ r the c~ourje of` the lear ahead. much as, -5 peslcent.1~ Irducing1 ozl-nei lensI.1e.llinln tle'
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1 billion bushe~lj for other needs, as identified.
m Mn) tudes iat shwn banl pesies 11 111 in
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incomes between $250,000
and $260,000 and other tax-
payers with MAGI between
S$125,000 and $135,000.
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incomes do not qualify.
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qualifying new vehicle
purchases this year can
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ing in dealer showrooniis,
the Internal Revenue
Service reminds taxpayers
that purchasing a new car,
light truckE, motor home or
motorcycle bould qualify
them for a special de'duc-
tion for the state and local
sales and excise taxes on
their 2009 tax returns.
Purchases made before
Jan. 1, 2010, wKill qualify
for thiis deduction under
the Ainenican Recovery &
Reinivestnient Act of 2009..
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Wallyr Reichert: & The
Senior Moment will enter-~
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Nov. 11

10h 5 Sumi: Sing Along

NOV. 13
Caregivers Support
Group 10 a.m.

Nov. 17 .
NARFE Meeting 11:30


LifeStyle Enrichment
Center, 628 S.E. Allison
Court, Lake City, (386)
755-0235

Oct. 21
Michael Stone: Rajun
Cajun Tambourine 10:45a.
m.-11:45 a.m.

Oct. 23
Laurie Schmidt: Dance
Class 11 a.m. to noon

Oct. 26
Wills, Power of Attorney
& Probate 10 a~m.


Oct. 27
Myrtle Hoffman:
Florida
Telecommunication Relay'
Inc. 9:30 a.m.
Diabetes Support Group
10:30 a.m.

Oct. 28
SStoney~ Creek Band:
Country Gospel Music
10:45 a.m-

Oct. 30
Halloween Party/.
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Fun at LifeStyle Enirichment Center
The' Fort White LifeStyle Enrichment. Center is prepared for
all the ghosts and goblins that come out for Halloween. This
small group of seniors loves to quilt, sew, craft, bake, garden,
~go on short outings and eat. They enjoy great .entertainment,;
like Dr. M~ichael D. Stone, who performs Louisiana Cajun
music. The center is located at 18829 Hvy 47j South. The
center is open 9 a~m. to 1 p~m. -Monday through Friday.


qualify fdr disability ben-
efits depends on your age,
and some of the work must
be recent. For example, if
you become disabled after
age 31, you need to have
worked at least 10 years
and five of the past 10
years. But if you become
disabled before age 24, you
need only one and a half .
years of work in the past
three years.
Ifyo have adsblt

work, the tme' to get start-
ed with ~your application

icsan tk e tbo e enne

* e ei. Its ually aes
about three to five months
for a medical decision
from th~e state agency that
evaluates your condition.
Then,~ if your application is
approved, your ~first Social '
Security disability payment
will be made for the sixth
full month after the date
we determine that your
disability began. Medicare
coverage generally begins
24 months, or two years,
after you begin receiving
Social Security disability
benefits.
Given the time it can


take, it's in your best inter-
est to do everythiihg you.
can to speed up the pro-
cess. The best first step, is
for you to read our online
publication, Disability
Benefits wuww.socialsecurity..
gov/pubs/10029.html. It ,
will tell you all about the
process, including what
information you will need
to. apply for benefits.
Then, take advantage of
our online disability starter
kits. You'll find them on
Our disability Web site
www.sociaisecurity~.gov/dis-
ability. There is one kit for
children and one for adults.
Each kit is available in both
English and Spanish.' lle
starter kits help you begin
the process by providing
information about the spe-
cific documents and the
information that we will
request from you. We will
ask for more details during
your interview or when
you complete the online
disability report.
Take a look at the dis-
ability starter kit now at
wwtw.socialsecurity.gov/dis-
ability, or call (800) 772-
1213 and ask that a kit be
mailed to you.


By Donna Maltland
Special to the Reporter
Disability is something
most people do not like
to think about. But the ~
unfortunate reality is tis;
the chances that you will
become disabled are prob-
relze tdie sho t a
a 20-year-old worker has
a three in 10 chance of
becoming disabled before '
reaching retirement age.
Social Security pays
benefits to people with dis-
abilities through the Social
Security disability insur-
ance program, which is
covered by Social Security
taxes. If you qualify, you
can receive a monthly dis- .
ability benefit ~from So~cial
.Security for as long as your
disability keeps you from
working. The amount of
your benefit is based on
your average lifetime earn-
-ings. After a period of time,
usually after receiving cash
benefits for 24 months, you
can also receive Medicare
coverage.
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Nobody Beats Morrell's Unbelievable Deals!

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And the custom fea-
tures are there, too,
"We call customize
any of our homes to suit
any customer's needs or
wants," Barnes says.
The Lake City location
has three full-tirine asso-
ciates. Besides Barnes,
Jeff Pi-esley and Pete
Skantzos also work at the
business.
"'Our customers get
a good sales experi-
ence and good service,"
Barnes says. "We offer a
great product for a good
price."
Prestige Home Centers
is a regular advertiser in
the Lake City Reporter
and its products.
"People call or come
in and tell us all the
time they saw our ad in
the Lake City Reporter,"
Barnes says. "They come
in with; the paper and
want to see the home we
mention in our ad."
Prestige utilizes the
exposure generated
through the L~ake City
Reporter cassified ads, as
well as display advertis-
ing in the daily newspa-
per. The Icompany also
advertises in Gitide to
Columbia County.
"The response is very
good to all the ads we
run with the Regorter," he
says.
SPrestige? Home Centers
is open seven days each;
week at their location at
3973 W. U.S. Highway 9.0..
in Lake City. Call the busi-
ness at (386) 752-7751.


home to a -
custom-made
castle, Prestige
F o treHome Centers
in Lake City is the place to
go for a quality mailufac-
tured hone.
Prestige Homle Centers
operates 15 sales loca-
tions from; Iensacola
to Punta Gor~da and the :
company is the factory,
as Prestige is part of the
Ocala-based Nobility
Homes Cdmpany.. ~
Prestige's Lake City loca-
tion can be. found at 3973
W. U.S. Highway 90; It
has been open since 1994.
The company sells
Nobility Homes ranging
in size from 24 x 36 to the-
gigantic 42. x 64 triple- -
wide manufactured home.
';Our prices start at
$3`4,999 aind go up into
the, high $90,000 range,"
says Jim Barnes, Prestige
Home Center of Lake City
manager. "There are only
one or two manufactured
home companies who .
Shave been around as long
as we have. We offer qual-
ity, a great wartranty and a
very competitive price."
Prestige Homes come Jeff Presli
standard within a complete Centers ii
seven-year end-to-end warranty.
warrantyr. wrho visi~
`` "All of ~our homes are -Cnes
serviced by us," Barnes receive i
says. "Nothing is sub-: features
contracted. Everything their che
is done by us, either ."Our b
by crewvs from here or better th
crews tromouur tactory in. tors," Ba
Ocala." offer~por
Barnes said customers .cubic-foc


, TODD WILSON/Lake City Reporter
ey, (left) sales consultant, and Jim' Barnes, manager, stand outside a western cedar log home at Prestige Home
n Lake City. The company features Nobility Homes that are made' in Ocala and come standard with a seven-year


six months company. We
are the factory. We have
no middle man."
Prestige Homes are
constructed on 2 x 4 walls
on 16-inch centers. The
floors are 2 x 6 construc-
tion on 16-~inch ~centers.
All homes are built to
HUD standards.


t Pre~stige H~ome
in Lake City
better standard
in the home of
oice.
,ase fixtures are
lan our competi-
Irnes says. --WVe
cel~ain:sinks, 18-
ot refrigerators,.


Better doors, thirigs like
that. A lot of standard
items on our models are
extra upgrades in out
competition's models."
Prestige Home Centers
also offers a cedar log
* homre that is actua~v -
western cedar logs, not
imitation materials that


appeaSr to be real logs.
Prestige Home Centers
offers a total of 103 dif-
ferent model homes to
consider.
"We may not have the
lowest prices, but we have
the bestgquality features,"
Barnes says. "WTe're not a
come-and-go and gone in


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program G-Code proficiently for
Lathes &r Mills Apply in person
.~Grizzly MFG 174 NE Cortez
Terr. Lake City Florida. -
No Phone interviews
Across from Airport on 90.
CULINAJRY ARTS Teacher,
formal training a plays. Coritact ,
,.Suwannee Hapillton Tech Canter
Live Oak .386-647-4230 '
DUMP TRUCK Driver
w/Asphalt experience*
386-497-3131 ~

4 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Ciops needed:- :
Employmep~it dates are 12221/2009
6/30/2010. Plants, cultivates,
and harvests horticultural '
specialties, such as flowers and
ve tables, and performs related
duties in environmentally
controlled structure, applying
knowledge of chvirornmental
systems. Guaranteed 3/4' of
contract hours. All tools prayided
at no cost. Free houlsmg proviided
.,for,pon-cqqimutmg!9 workers. ~
Transportation and subsistence
reimbursed to worker upon
completion of 50% of contract.
Pay rate is $7.63 p~r hour.
Applicants should report or send a
resume to the nearest Floridai1
Agency or Workforce Innovation
office and reference job order #
KYO389082: .
Hickory Hill GCreenhduse -
Olmste~aidKY : r
LUBE TWCH WANTED '
Lube/oil/Filter/
PRotate Tires/Balance
'Apply at: Rountree-Moore
Chevrolet/Cadillac/Nissan'
SSee Jimbo Pegnetter
TEACHER- Early Head Start
(Lake City & Live Oak)-HS
Dip/GEDj, Age appropriate
FCCPC credential &r 5 Hr Lit
required; 3 yrs classroom exp.,
Bil nual aSs/Eg pfe~rred,

bac grund Sabmn res2m to:

SLC, 32056, By. E-mail:






RECRIrflER- ADMtISSIONS SERVICES
POSrr0N # 099957 .
Thi i aprofiisional jjosition assisling the
Director of limellment Management in the
planning, organizationrimd implementation
of various activities esigned to promote
the college to prospective staidents. This
positionwll develop and maintain contacts
with school systems an~d their stlldents, civic

theoa comm nty t couat en3 et
atTOCCC. Associate's degree required and two
years of related professional exerience. Must
have avalid Florida driver's license. Must be
computer literate with experience in word.
..proCessing. Musthave excellent oral and
aniten communuIlcanon cMa llr) Ab\lvn owrk
tevemngs and weekerndi as neededl IExtjens
si-re willub svlvice area is reqtun-d..Mtast
hane exceletmirpral rl skn~ cisnd be able
lon orkhith adjiter collge and nrn-co!lleg
icommunny.Bachelor i degreand pinosus
Mwn-cug expenence or'ta \lpnec wrlang
wnhlthe pubbl desirable MIALRY $259.L62
a."nnualy, plus bendis :


POSMON # 099930
E hsscletital and customer seificlt wbrk
i~drednunaty in lhe openanon of a rtore orr

m~hn a~nm ore ~ro~se t an sry,
and nirecing, rhdalng.2nd ihdne lon tok..
D~i mj dude ktpn abo~ of aill
incoming pack~gel, pik ng up inlpi `
from of cicampus supplierr, nd dell\ety of
m~ula r rmlneriallocapuc user s* sneede
MI1,t be able Ir. haundl mail, recncle
miul accounts and ure an 2momaled mail
.7 machint WH Sighbol-grduate plui wo
yuar dtric aleperience required A High
School equivlencdIploinmm LhmtheSulr
Ikpartmen id tducanon may be substituted
lor lugh schoolgrdunaon Computer literate
cussomenrv~lce oriented Good tlhof
arinen or Jnrl Enghs~h Knowalleg of barsi
buslr~ine-s rithei Dahi ently.mnd syping
wel In person or on the Islephone with
students and the public. Ability t'o use bask
computer progratuslikewvordprocessing and
spreadsheets.: fyleav <-5 pounds 2nd use~r,
hfing'andiring Musthavevialid~loida
drive~r',Ificnlt nd gurd driving reconi
4ARIR $1 1',.6112 nnull, plu\ bneih .

ApplCnON II;DI G
November 6, 2009
: :eisons laterested shoiild providea

Sof transcript All foreign transcripts mu t
besbmig ihofca ths tio a
,e~rluit:o" hpjltl; n i odin


Inqurlecs: Human Resources
`,:198ECohepel ce`
lae asty Fl 3202s
Phoie: (3216) 754-4314 Fax! (586) 754-4594



VP/DMO olVeg 0 n 1 nion tu ln aploymlent


10 opiportunities
6 Temporary Nursery and
Greenhouse laborers needed.
Employment dates are 12/31/2009
10/31/2010. Workers will be
required to perform any of the
following duties all of which are
outside: plant, cultivate, harvest,
'propagate, giade, store and ship
,container and field grown
horticultural products.
Guaranteed 3/4 of contract hours.
All tools provided at no cost.
Free housing provided for
non-commuting workers.
Transportation and subsistence
reimbursed to worker upon
completion of 50% of contract.
Pay rate is $7.25 per hour.
Applicants should report or send a
resume to the nearest Florida
Agency of Workforce Innovation
.'office and refeience job harder #
MS 5860. Murray's Nursery -
Moss Point, MS

Mystery Shoppers earn~up to
$100 per day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge retail &r
dmmig establishments. Experience
1 OT req'd. Calll- 888-697-6576.
,NOW HIRING
I)UMP TRUCK DRIVERS
Class B license .
Asphalt exp. required.
$9.-$10. per hour w/benefits.
John C. ~Hipp ~Construction.
386-462-2047 or 352-494-3705
Clean ~Drivring Record. Drug Free
Wioriplace: AO~. E/DFWP
Phone sales position available
.Experience a MUST
Fax resume to
888-867-2851-
SLooking for a second career?
Let me tell you about an exciting
and fulfilling career opportunity in
real estate sales for the
professionally minded person.
Send resume to: Charlie Sparks,
Broker Westfield Realty Group
.PO Box 3566 Lake City FL 32056
or charlie@charliespairks.com
Telemarketedilnside Sales Support:
Make phone appointments for oilr
sales dept. Hourly wage plus com-
mission bonus. Great work envi-
ronment! Call Scott at 487-1502.


10Emnployment
We tfield Realty Onroupis Now

EtaE Pr fessionals.
Join the growing teamn of one of'
the top real estate companies in
North Central Florida.
Ca~llCharlie Sparks, Broker at
386-755-0808


120 Medical.
Employninent

Adtvities Direcior Needed
SManagement Exp Reqluired
SCertification Preferred.
Full Time with Benefit .

SSurwatmnee H~ealth &t Reliab
1620 EatOHely nston Street

EOE/V/D/M/F

M53529RNNEEDED'
11 p~m.-7 a.nl.:
The Health Cente bo L~ake City`

h od ai esmenl t~il. s

EOE/ADA ;
Drug.Free~orkplace
The Health Center
of Lake City
.560 SW McFarlane Ave.
Lak scty,
HIRING Medical Asislistntor
: NA4. Exup. preferred but will tram.
Send resume to: PO Box 805i
Lake City Fl 32056


S1.40 wokf waate6 ::
War '
Loolong for a Q~ualifying Agent
w~ith a Slate of Flonda Reiiden-
tial Electnical license to retnt.
Call Randy Bell 386--54-5185


190 Mortgagenoney

Seniors Need Mon'ey! Why not try :
a Reverse Mortgage for free Info
&t No Obligation call
9041-608-2289 or904-302-6441 `




04534912
~Interested in a Mdical Career?
: :Expr~ess ~ainirig
Offers courses forboth
begininersb e.1perienced
Nursing Assistant, $409`
next clbss-10'/12/09
* Phleboromy national
SceMrifcanlon.
$800 neur class-10/17/09
** ;Pharmj.Tech flational

$90 n:t hs-..11/(13/09.
*Continuing education

Fees incll bo~oKi

exp l 3 67j-41 o m


To place YOUr
cla~ss~ifed ad call

.~.: tea-seeo0 '


1 0 Oopportunities ~



4559EMPLOYMEN'F
OPPORTUNITY
COLUMBIA COUiNTY '
Coluinbia County is accepting
applicationi for General
Laborer, Public Works: Mine.
Experience: Completion of the
eighth grade & one-year
experience performing manual
labor; or combination of training
'& experience. Valid FL driver's
license required. Salary:
$8.67 per br. plus benefits.
Successful applicants must pass
pre-employment physical and
drug screening. Applications
may be obtained online at
ivww.columbiacountyfla.com or
the Human Resources Office,
Board of County Commission-
ers, 135 NE Flernando,
#203, Lake City, FL 32055'
(386)71i9-2025, TDD 758- 139.
Deadline for applications: ~
.November 6, 2009' ~
AA/EEO/ADA/VP Employer. .




EIMZI A L~~IKE CI1Y

ADRJN~6 INSTRUCTORS

Medical Billing and Insuirance
Classes meet on Monday evenings 6:30-
9:10. Minimum requiement is an AA or AS
degree with experience in bledical
InsuranedBilling or related iiold. Contact '
Tracy Hickman at 38t-754-4324(orsend :
resume and unofficial trapscripts to
hicmantltJakecalrac edu
Computer App~eadions
Maptler'-, degc~re i h 18 graduate hours m
computer science, Contact PaQ1Caiswelatd
..386-754-4266 or


Adjlunct music professor needed to teach
piano classes as well as principal and
secondary level individual lessons. Requires ,
Masters degree in music. For more
information or to apply contact Tim Moses
at 386-754-4267 or mosestla~lkeeitwo edu.
EMT-Basic Lab instructors
State of Florida Paramedic certification with
twvo years experience or EMT certification
\vithe ascat' sdegate required.ror more
Gosfo 8d a 8-54-4?2 or

Paramedic Instructors
State of Florida Paramedic certification wfith
either five years experience or associate's
degree with two years experience required.
:'or more infansathis orto apply contact
John Gosford at 386-754-4292 or
uosfrordj~lakecilveccd.ed.
CPR and ACLS Instructors
American Heart Association instructor
cedifiaition required. For more information
or to apply contact John Gosford at386-
754-4292 or cosfordjcillakecitvec.edu.

Florida c rtfi ations 1tirtgtr and fire
instructor 1, ce tficate tcquired. Floida
ci cstificatio a i B ldmt rm a fr
information or to apply contact John
tu~ud tt8-54 9 ur

Ms Introduction to El c roicator


graduate hours in somae comnbinlation of the :
above fields. Bachelor's degreepithPifPE r ~
five years eperience in the field ivill bb :
c...n. kn'~d rit near I n .an ndl lona i~l

:~-deckonrtalakcitycc.edu. :
Prnctiples of six sigma
MiurrhtL ru lCIM ~~iter ,.-gee ndlrtnl .
engineering, management; or safety,ar
someccomnbllnatiolconsidered .:.11hiabue r
ficids. Bacheigr's degme! with PE br lve
..ears apelnie nc dine lis:d a ill beu. for :i
nnrrr Il..nnua~~r caring R..h Deck..rg al ':;


Evening classes (Mon-Thurs s-P). LibcnsB /
in area with) at least three yearj~of
efe ience nei erd Contc Carol cl,~ '
or Michelle Jones at 386-754-4264 or
,ionesm lakecilves~edir.: m
i-i. j-... .. ,,i- ..;n. ;. ll ..~ 1
Sc ... r, ~ .... .. ..... VII I)1 r1 s I


Legal

ADVERT15E~EME N FOR BIDS
THE COJLUMbBIA COUNTY
SC HOO~L BOARD WILL RECEIVE
~i ~lSFOR THE FOLLOWING:
P}IA ADDITIONS
FFII~~ MIDDLE SCHOOL
FiiHT` FLORIDA
ARCHITECT S PROJECT NO.
0915
C C SB BID FILE NO. 3206
Dal & Time for eceivingN Bd M-
BER 17. 3l.s:9
Contractor's Prequalification:
A9LL CONTRACTORS WISHING
TO3 BlD THIS PROJECT MUST BE
PREQUL. [LFiED NOTE: All con-
rtrucitj,, ioln prsonl who will be
strk.l~ ng o~n Schooll Board of Colum-
ble Counr! property as part of this
projecSI are required by Florida law,
F S ItaI l to meet Level 2 crimi
nal backgrounds screening require-
mlents ,
Date. Time & Place for Pre-Bid
Conference: .
ALL BiDDERS ARE ENCOUR-
A-GED TO ATTEND THE PRE-BID
CONFERENjCE AT ~FT. WHITE
MIIDDLE. SCHOOL ADMINISTRA-
TION BUILDING, FT. WHITE,
FLORIDA\. TO BE HELD AT lt:00
P.M~., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
28, 2(009
Place for Recei\ ing Bidsf '~
Columbia Counls School Bbard
Adminlrtmrant Complex *
Purchasing Office Room 233 2nd
Floor, East W'ing
372 Wess Duvial Sutrret
LakeCily. Flanda 32055 :.
Telephone !356) 755-8030
Bid Docu nents 'Prepared Byi
t'RAIG SALLEY &t ASSOCIATES:,
ARCHITECTS
3911 Newberry Road, Suite D
Gainesville, FL 32607 .
(352) 372-8424,: FAX (352, 377-
4945 i
Bid Dc~umenis Asailable from:
Please .call the Avrchect s Office, ~
352-372-842-1, er 301.
for indrrcucuons to acqlure bid docu-

T eH~rki c~ s, xi~t is not limited
deB dthe ddton 6 ~wone wCl se
School located irr Ft. White, Florida
The facility consists of classrooms in
two separate lgiildm~gs.~.
Sitewioric inte6ves associated storm-
water,:wastd water and potable water
piping connected to existing systems
on the campus.
Building construction consists of
Cn bearing wall with a slits fa

above th vebneer met salrs es wit
s addn sse uttlet~ oofg gutter
.ilnn stormwater system~~ -
hLaezrials mnclikde carpet, vinyT iile;
hard tile flooring in restrooms; alu-
minum windowns;.1ql~lowl metal doors
and frames; acoustical tile ceilings
painted block interior walls; fluores
cent lighting; extruded aluminum
cove~tep \ialkway. The HVAC sys-
tem consists of.AI(U's~ on a mezza-
ninei co ~ecte~to the eastin tc i
with VAV's, ISDC controls, and re-
lated mechanical / electrical equip-
ment.
Dates- of Advertisement: October
2 8A ~E OUMBIA COUNTY
SCHOOI;BOARD

e\ R11 1&ekcJu It1 in ctor of

.04534963
Octoberl14, 21, 28,2009


B~D


Columbia County is acceptmg
app ctin sor ohem p-time

Specialist II. This position
cosis dfmodrtl h ffcu
general clerical work in
coth Colmi eint T usto
:Develo ment Office. Clerical
.duties require considerable
independence and knowledge of
Sthe overall operations and

nei~rments: HihSch
*diploma/GED, one year of
experience in general clerical
work and two years experience
in customer service Ability to
tye 35uwm (tpn tes feu
(MS Office), and valid FL driv-
t ety heonr pEr~e mi d-
ing some night aild/or weekend
hours, $7.50 hourly (no bene'-

-t lo ia CrGw On top n
reer Center 1389 US H~yy 90 W,
Suuc I 70, Lake City qn Fridays
only. Successful applicants must
pass pre-employment Physical
jt dnig screening.! applicationss
ma be obtained at the HdT n

Count Comissconeroj 35N ~u
Hernando Ave.. Suite 203,
Lake City. FL 32055, or online
at wwhw.columbiacotantvla.com.
r386) 7 19-2025, TDI) 1'386)
.1 758-2139. Deadline for
applicationsn: 10/30/09. An
: AA/EEO/ADA/VP Employer

A~sCCOUNTINGd FIRIVI sees
FT/PT qualified accountant. Ideal
candidates chlha ed r p nene In
accounting, tax return preparation
i'and use of QbickfBdoos aiid
Microsift Office. Send reply to
pqx d0479, C/Q The L~ake City .
Reporter. P.O. Bo< 1709.
Lake City; F,32056


d OOfing Hitf5r .

Got Leaks? Need a new Roof?
Call Slet e's Roofing & Repairs
LL~C O~er 25 .\rs et Certs & Ins
Lic. CCC l323868 386-623?-425-I.
.
Lawrn &i Lan cadpe Servie

Custom Cuts L.awn &. Landscape
Cuitomle edray.n c or .Rrtmrnt

k me~. 386-7 19-'?(00 ly ms

:'Serv ice5 : '

Caregiver n !opr Hone
Profesjiahl~l Lot vig aref ollou
or Farnl\ 10amb~er ?I rs7 6

Cuitom Hal rerticre Rolled H11
for iale btwecn51."i-$30ea
Fencing wlork. buth hogging, sure
prep~ dee truck \work & more.
Call Chrlj 3~667155-- 1 3/867-600r5.
DI\'ORCE, BANKRUIPTCY
RESUMES.
other court pprorved fonrms-



NEI:ED HOUS DEEPER?

Cleanin 3o cou Way!

12n id r~aServic s



Sbldgi\all sizes S'ta e Lic. Contrc-
tor. 386-497-3219. Free Estimates.


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'Limited to set ice type advertis-
ing only.an nnh..9.0

510~ 80 each additional line
incldes an gpitonal $1 55 per
ty hrrrever I Aberospaverfron n



You can call us at 755-5440,
Monday through Fridafrfrom 8:00
Sa.m. to 5:00 p.m
Some people pire er to place their
classified ads in persori, and some
Ou caeoie wl re ur dpr pyO .
East Duval Street.
pyoct also fa oc email your ad
IFAX: 386-752-9400 Please ' ~
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Wednesday Mon.,10:00a~m. Moni~Oa.m.
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Friday ~Thurs.,1000am. "bt li~ l
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the first incorrect insertion, and .
only the charge for the ad space
in error. Please call 755-5440
Immediately for prasppt corre ~
tion pnd billing adjueipients.
C~ancellation-iJrmal advertis;ng .
deadllnine B pply for! cancellation
Billing Inquiries- Call -55-54140 '
Sn;ou ldfurnrir ;niormailln ie
requlrsd Iegarding payalenls or
Scr-dnl Ilmlis yOur iall wIll be Irans- ~
icrred 10 med accounts ng djepart- ~




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eieires ine night to edlr, rqje,
:,r rlaLSsif ll adveriselmemsj inder '
spproperil he~adings Copy should
be checked for errors b~y the
advertiser on~the firit day ofpub-
lication; Credit for published 'drdror
will be allowed fbr the first insertion
for that portion pf the advertisement .
whiich wvs~ Iinorrect Further, the
Pirblisher shai l~l no e liable for any
:.mistllS.:.n ofi adrenisements ordlered
II5, nQ put~l~clhlj le or snv agenereas
Aidyertis ng languages muel r. mply
]i Fdrhal,p Sitio lcal lw
'nalio i e~lyet, houn adaa

aibbreviations~ are~ acceptable; how-
Sever, the first word of each, ad may
.notteabbreviated. .



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Newr Home Sale


COhSultanLt Waned

Excellent Commission Base'd

SPay ~and Benefits

Fax Resum~e to 509-756-2869

Or elnail 1111 IleW110IllejOb l)S 1781100Coll

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,,-gq M/r~isan L-rj LirkkC kvYI


Classified Department: 755-5440


LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2009

Lakre City Reporter


Legal

NOTICE TO ROAD .CONTRAC-
TORS COLUA1hlB lA COUN~T' *
PROJECT NO. 21100 13! CR 7 "<
Noncie ii herebry g~i en Ihat scaled
bJd, 11Il be recessed In she Colulmbia
Counl! Manager a office unni li UI. I
A A1 o~n October 28, 2000'. for Co-
lumt... Counts! Road~ Prolect 09- Icl)
03 Th:-, office ii loiared on Ihe see-
ond 110a~r oi the Coulrtho:u e Annet ar
2! Lu~a ecym dn .J\~u Room
.This project consists of unprod~ng
CR 778.from SR 20 (US "7.> to SR
25 (US 441), a distance ofi 3.6 mlles
Scope of ~wqrkc includesr' Irraorkng
limerock base. with nr Idening, asphal-
tic concrete levelingg and surf~ce,
driveway payipg, guarudrail,,and incl
dental iteink.
The Bid Forms and Construction
Specifications may be obtained from
the County Manager's office during
normal working hours (386) 755-
4100.
The successful bidder will be~ re-
quired to fumish the County Manag-
er with a performance bond and~lia,
ballll InSu~ilranc pnor to commncanig
The Columbla COUnry dbmmission
rreserve the nght to reject any or aill
bidi and to add so the contract or de-
lele from due conuadct to stay willun
their funding capabilities
Signed.
Stephen Balley. Chairman
Boardi of County Commlilsoners
Columbin County., Florida
0-153516;3
October 14, 21, 2009


S020 Lost &Found

RF WARD REWAIRD! Fissmng a
mi.\ shitzu/poodle blond/white 81b
mall female. She has long fluffy
hair with a poodle face and shitzu
bbodJ. She Is wearing a pink cooler ~
with flearts. Last seen at the
`Cheveron sltanon US Hwy 90
on Oct. 8 She Is very loved and
missed. Please call
(413) 627-3009 or (413) 82 I -2 I32

100J~ ; :g
Opportupt es
ossasla7
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
CO~LUMBIA COUNTY


Take ADvantage of the
Reporter Classifiedst

755-5440


ADvantag e


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vou... us...
Posilive Attitude Various Schedules, full and part time
-- Dylami Personality Benalits Package
Computer Experience Casual, Fun Work Environment
il52 SWBusiness PDint Drive Three raises in thetirst year
SLke Ciy Imoida 32025 on-line: www.sitel. o


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440 unscenlaneous
Outdoor/Indoor Th~ble Tennis
excellent cond. Bought in 2006 for
$700.. Sell for $200. 386-785-
7849. Serious Inquiries Only
PRONTO M 91 Surestep wheel-
chair. Electric w/6, wheels. 2008
model. Retails $7,000 Asking
$2,500 386-466-7842
VINYL WINDOWS two-6' high
x 40" wide, three-6' liigh x 52" in
wide One h gh x 30" wiidd.
Good cond. $395 takes all.
386-754-10854


(0 EaP~thp
POJ SUGAR Cane. Not able to~
harvest due toshealth. Will sell in
the field. Good cane. Please call
386-935-3579 NoPrman~ Norris

TheC kucracker dK~bu and sell


Pino I d M (bile Hayom vles

U V for Rent:Mbl oe
'$41001oves you in!.
Mobile homes in Quiet Park.
SLimited call now.
S386-755-5488
14 wide. 2/2, Quiet, clean
$47 + -~rio Depsl itN rCces
required. 386-758-2280.;
1BR FURNISHED
All utilities includedl.plus satellite.
$135 week, $135 Deposit
n.Capl 386-758-9455
2$/ba(500 mo.)
Close to White Springs, off Hwy
41N. 1st &i security.
386-397-2619 /365-1243
3B/2BA WESTSIDE &t 3b/Rba
Wood Gate &r 3b/2ba 5 Poirits area
No pets. 1st month &e deposit.
386-961-1482.
3BR/2BA DWMH 2 car garage,
screetted porch, McAlpin area.
$700. mo 1st, last + security.
386-697-1356
3br/2ba MH $650 mo. 1st &sec.
Close to Suwiannee Valley Estates
on Suwannee Valley Rd.
386-397-2619 /3;65-1243
Cabins/Trailers, monthly,
all utilities included;
plus use of pool.
SCall 386-755-4945 for details.


Late Model Mobile Homes .Quiet
area.- 2br/1ba from $400 &e 3br/ba'
from $500 Includes water &r
sewer. No Pets! 386-961-0017
Mobile Homes for rent in
.White Springs.. 2 and
3 bedrooms. Contact
385-867-2337 or 397-1522 ..


F OR SALE Treadmill ,South of Lake City near Branford
Nor'dic Track Clean 3br/ba in quiet area. Free
:iElite 4200. $900; electric &e water. $500 Sec, $700.
386-344-0344 mo.. 386-590-0642 ori 867-1833


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2009


Classified Department: 755-5440


310 Pets &Supplies
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting they.
have mandatory shots anld are
free from intestinal and external
parasites. Many species of wild..
life must be licensed by Florida
Fish and Wildlife..If you are
""sre, "ota:&"he loal

3 Livestock &
Supplies
24 BRED Brangus Cross Cows
$650. ea. obo. 4 yr old registered.
Brangus Bull. $1800, Local
pasture; Fin, avail. (813)784-6017

1'401 Antique5
ANTIQUES WANTED
CFurn. Chmd'a, Sivr Glas6s ae


VICTROLA hand crank, oak,
Brunswick floor model -
with records $295.
Call 954-649-1037.

402 ApplianceS
KEN1YORE REFRIGERATOR
"'5cui 4 ySo d
386-752-411
WHITE WASHER.
Guaranteed to work good.
$135. 00 o~bol
386-t754-9.293 or 984-0387

41 Lawn & Garden
410Equ pment
NICE 4 2IN cut Mairray Riding
lawnmower. 6 speed, shift on the
go. 14.5hp engine. :$375. obo
386-754-9295 or 984-0387

420 Wanted to Buy
K&H TIMBER
: We Buy Pine Hardwood &
Cype~s Lae96rlsm~all tracts.


430 Gara eSales
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All Yard Sale Ads
Must be Pre-Paid.


'4 Misdell8H80us
Electric lift for wheelchair
Excellent cond. With wirmng
liarness. Fits 2in receiver.
$250.00 Call 386-755-1730


LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED









Classified Department: 755-5440


750 Bosiness&fise Retals

Onice/Warehouse
Space for Rent
1000 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Locat(ed
behind Hlwy Patrol, on
Arlington Blvd, going towalrt
middle school. 386-752-6806
For Sale or Lease .06 ;,cres & 1.1
acres on Turner Rd off H-wy 90
West. Each with Warehouse. Great
business locations. 386-752-6367
Office Space located at' Oakhill
Plaza on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
Cal BOm 36- 2 986
Retail Space
Heavy traffic area
800 Sf. &c I600: Sql ,
Cali foi qisqtes 1-80()-342-0135


770 Condos For Rent
3BR/2BA1Excellent location, close
to too\ n. pool, rio pers Ref req'd
!86-755-41-1- Idainltrnet
752-2803' or 3`97-3500 after 5pm
.St. Augustine Beach 3 ~Br 1600 sf. ~
Weekgnds/weekly/monthly ~
Call 36- 6- 9 14 r7 58 360


805; i ots for sale
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
.All real esne .Idvenisng In this
newspaper is subject to the fair
housing aCt which~ makes it illegal
to adyertise "any preference,
limitatidli, or discrimmpation based
on race, ~olor, religion, sex,.
d?.lbllits, familial status or nation-
.ll origin. or any intention to make
'sucifpreferbixce, limitation or.
disoniminatiori.'' Fiinilialstatus
included childreitunder the age of
cus~t 2ii, prgat wm ad
.~people.4purihg custody of chil-
drentmder the age of 8. This
anewspie d l!n mlsdw lys-
late which is m violation of the


805 Lots forSale
In~w. Qur readlers aIre hereby in-
formned th;at all dlwelhnlgs adlver-
tised in this newspapers are availa- .
bje on aIn eqlual opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
lIt)D tollle ft1 11-800-669)-9777,
t tl ie
telephone number to the hearing
impalired is 1-800-927-9275.

810 Home for Sale
3br/2ba on 5 ac. Rent or Sale.
1 mi toood liion, Indo pens ok
386-7$4-0800 or 755-7773
4BR/2BA 2100 sq ft. Brick home
in Macclenny, on 2.82 ac. Tile, FP,
shutters, new roof, work shop.
904-237-0060 or 904-259-3963
Below Appraihal Owner motivated
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage, 2' out
buildings. $1'64,888. Will consider
reasonable offer 386-93548205
HURRY~ LASTCHANCE
$8000 ET.HB credit ,
SNew 3/2 Modular 1200 sf
1/2 acre~ upsdale& closb-in
loaded Decks Dr~iveway A/C
Swell septic concrete foundation ~
.$665 nyo w/ 4K dn. Oiwner. finance
ava\il Glafy (86)h758-9824 or
.gar ham s tn omes.com


.630 Prospms
Tired of all the Exutras,. BuY my
New 2010 4 Bedroom.
Del &( sel-up. 1) A/C included
2 )Skirting. inc. '3 ) 'Prmits only,
inc. 4.) Miru Decks, inc. 5.1 Basic
Well/Se tic/ ~pole all inc.
For only $5 ,80 .00 Must ask for
Bnruce 386-362-6306


6 '',8"for Sale
1998 SKYLINE 28X60.
You moe. 2 ,0, C moe
-$31,000. 386-362-6506
CASH FOR CLUNKERS
$5,000 for any mobile homei
older than 1990. Palm Harbor is ~
distributing limited time
tiunleus toomallFo ia
'Mii e Hmowes
8d0-622-2832 ext 210
Fi~ACTORY OVER~RUNS!
Built to niany 28'X40's, Must Sell
@ Fcto obCt. 16lef 1 $490

100% FINANCING
Newr USDA loan No knone.V
Dow~n on all newr Land/Home
pkgs' Call Enc @n 386-7 19-5560


730 "f ~~Hnfe i hRdent
S3 br/2 ba. on 2.5 ac $800/mo. & 2
br/ba. on 2.5 ac $500/mo. 10 min.
from Lake City, nice neighbor-
Shood. Amanda @ 386-365-6493
3BR IN TOWN
$;600. mo. plus deposit.
'Y' 386-344-2972 .

3BRi/2BA BRICK home for rent.
Nice subdivision w/harge lot=
Close to town. $850. mo
,plus security 386-752-2063
4B/3BA, 2-Story, den dining mrm
newlj renovated $1100 mo. +
pmo se. Ref req3 No pt.5308 -


930 Motorcycles
1984 HONDA
3 wheeler 200.
$300.00
386-497-2910

2005 HONDA Foreman 500.
4I-wheeler. Excellent cond.
Low hours. $2500.
Call 386-623-4372
2007 YAMAHA Raptor 700.
Power Bomb Kit. 4 new hole shot
tires, 2" spacers on front. 3"
spacers/back. $4500 386-754-5564


940 Tr~ucks

.2003 Ford Ranger Pickup
4 DR Supercab XLT.
Only 40k miles. Very clean.
$9900.00 Call 386-365-8901.






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A4BR 2BA HUfD Home!
ONLY $215/mo!'
5-'%dn 15yrs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782
'Beautiful newer brick home on 5
acres. Outbuildings. 1262 SW
: Wendy Terrace. $1195 + sec.dep.
(3861965-5560 or (3 6)344-3715


281 6 3R10qfr.
Won't last long @ :$24,900.
Call Eric 386-7.19-5560 ..
:MUST SEL~I'! LosVJob, nevert-
.Eled 15' 2' SW Evillsq.go os
for only. ~18,759. ~Cal rTic orde
-alds. 386-590-6268 (Lv message!, i:
Land & Hohne. Owner Fmnancng
on New mobile homes. 40'o
equity. Land/Trade In/Cash Credn
or income does not matter! Serious
Inquires oniv! 386-362-6306
NFW' 2010
Singlewides. Del &e set-up .
on yo~utlot! $19,995.00 ~
C~all Bruce 386-362-63~06
N 2010. Dublew di3-t ~

steps. Only$36,995.0(1I Call Bruce
386-362-6306


650 1"LbileHome
Owner Financing. 5 mi. West ofi
LC. Rqomy 3/2 in quiet commum1-
ty. Metal roof, FP Small down &t
$650. mo. 386-590-0642 867-1833

717; ~a Ufunshe Ap.
IfFr Rqut
!!$299 Move I-n!!

Bad. Credit OCK
Foreclosure OK
;:Pets OK






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&s Fr~ee 200. "


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: Cruise



Zibr 3116-754-1800~
$400SuOVES YOU IN!
l or 2BR apts. and
~2 or 3 BR Mobile Homes
(3;86) 755-2423.




1700 jr` SECOND STORY ?/2,
mece pns\ ale country 8 mi to VA
off Lk; Jeffre Hw $600 nio,
51100II~ needed, po dogli .
.386.961.9181
.2 br/1bayr/garage on the West side
2billba w/garage on the East 'side.:
1st, last securityt.
386-755-6867 >
2BR APT.
Downtown Location, Clean.
$600 mo, plus Security.
NO PETS. (;all 386-755-3456
2BR/1.5BA DUPLEX w/garage.
'Luxury Apt. 5 mindfrom VA
Hospital and Timco.
386-755-4590 or 365-5150
2br/2ba with loft Apt. on
4 acres. $695.mo.
Inchid~es water, sewer, & trash.
Call Ahchelle 386-751-9626




Dupler for Rent: 5mi oul
Branford IHwy. 2br/1ba rerys clean
w/ carport. )545/mo & $545 Dep.
No PetSis 1386)752-7878
N'ICE APT. dowvnlown Remod-
eled, kit'., bdl. ba. 11. din. & urra


Spaciouds, X-clean. 2/1 Duplex
w/ Garage, W/D hook ilps &L dish-
ivwasher Off Country Club Rd.
$650/Mlo.+1 Yi: Lease.
352-377-76521leave. message.
Studios & 1Br'sefrom $125 week.
Uitilite & cal incl.r Ple Size
386-753-2741 or 352-538-0292
Updated apartments w/tile floors
& ~fresh paint Excellent location
From 5525 plus securnl
Call Milchelle 386-7fi2-96:6
W of lL75, spacious new
2BR/2BA-townhome,
$620 and up, plus SD,
(386)965-0276 or(386)466-7392.



2 STORY, 2br/1.5ba. on 6 a~cres.
Completely regnodeledlinsidei
w/new appliances. $1000: mo 1st,
last & deposit. Refbretices .
required. 38(i-623-2016


Duplex 2br/1ba. Remodeled,
noPets. Large lot. CR 242.
$575.mo + $575.deposit.
386-623-7675
:.For Relit: house in Town r
I 100rsq.ft 3br 2ba CHT/A, new
paint inside/out & new carpet
85m b Isb ksc.9dep 5b \a 2
Forest Countryr S/D 2br/2ba
Brick, w/2 car garage. Lawn
Sser ieic:rat s Itoldistrict
No p~ets. $1, 00 mo. 386-752 6082
.94935266
HOME FtOR RENT
41yr/2ba ..: ~
1$1,25() per mo
1SusaF 386-623-66 I 2, Rephlor
D aniel Crapp-- Agency, Inc. .

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810 Home for sale

045lf35265
LEASE W/OPTlON TO BUY
4br/2ba, 2 car garage.
$1,500. per mo
Susan 386-623-'6612, Realtor
Daniel Crapps Agencyr, Inc..


801 F80mS &
O Av acreage .
Owner Financed
Half-acre to 10 acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Properties.
386-752-4339 www.1andnfl.com
PASTUrRE WITH STALLS
Call Michelle.
386-752-9626 ~

850 Waterfront
Ug .Property
Suwannee Fl. 2br/1.5ba MH on
fresh water canal. Remodeled. 2
stall ele. boat lift. Vinyl sea wall,
M ke of e. itcoe.n 36 5- 37

REPORTER Classifieds

Iknand On Lirie


.2007 Yamaha
Raptor 700
~Power bomb kit, 4 new hole.
shot tires, 2" spaces for front,
4" spacers for back.


386-75'4-5564


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4BR/2BA. BRANFORD
14l8 NE Hillcrest Cr. CH/A.
$:80Qro. plus $800 deposit
386-365-8543 or 866-606-8443


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:THE LAST WORD -
SEugenia W~ordI
22)1: Socializing, pleasure
trip~s. r doing something ~
different with the person
you love most will all had
to better companionship
and ~interestiig 'ideas foL-
moneymaking opportuni-
ties. Take thh initdadve. You
will attract a lot of attention ~
and developp person :and
.professional ~pargershiips,
VI`MRGO (Aug. 23Sept~.
22): You. have to be c~au-
tious when dealing with
.emotional- matters.- Some-
one. isn't likely to shar~e his
or her true feblngs. Uncer-
tainty isn't' a bad thing if it
draws attention to some-
thing that needs -fixiiing. Use.
your- imagination. Ak :
LIR (Sept. 23-Oct.
22): Don't give ini to some-
one ressng yu toch ng
you daso~ot be if~
Stand yoqur ground. ~A cre-
ative idea will turn into a
trendy venture leading. to
more money and a Tlot` of
fuin. Steer clear of negative
people. AAAA r
SSCORPIO' (Oct. 23-
Nov. 21): .Procrastination
has to stop. Thinking about
something~ or rewrorkiig
something over and over
again will, lead nowhere.
;Actiord is reqbitekd. Tihe sug '


gestions offered are proba-
b~ly not in your best interest.
SBelieve in yourself. kilr
SAGFITPARIUS (ov.
22-Dec. :21): You'll be.
prone to making sudden,
unoi-thodo~x; changes that
will confuselhe epeopt try-
ing to decipher what you
need and want~. Stick to
your plans or at least let the
People affected by your de-
cisions 1mnow what you are
doing. A A;~
CAPRI~CO`R~ (Dec.
22Jan. 19) Y:Tou'll have
trouble- finishing what you
start. Expect to face opposi-
tion and challenges. Avoid
travel when you can com-
mun~Iicate just as easily us-
ing modern technology. A
new slant to an old goal will
be lucrative and satisfying..

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-
Feb. 18): The important
thins in life must be taken
care of if you want to find
peace of mind. and a direc-
tion that suits you. Personal
papers, your health or legal
matters should. be dealt
with immediately. AAAA
PISCES. (Feb.~ 19-
March 2()): A very private.
but stimulating partnership
is apparent 'Socializing
with people who share your
interests can lead to a new
position. :Befoire you travel,
make` sure y~ou can :afford
the ~tri. AAk


ARE March -21-
April 1~9)i A partniership
will develop. Communicate
openly Ad honestly' and
~ ~ you will ~get ,the same m
return. A strong bond will
lead to a niajor change in
your life or your present lo-
Scation. Mhake your choices
enthusiastically arid: with-
out hesitation. ***** t~
TAURUS (April 20-
May 20): You have too
Smuch b;it the line atfo wi fr
things an~d people to, come
to you. Take charge -n or^
der to establish your plans
for the future. Someone
you used't 1o now wilt, help
you out professionallyy now.
Don't hesitate to make the
first move.* *~ '
GEMINI '(May 21`
June :2()): Don't bring
emotions into the mix. It
only stands to reason thait if
you do somehngyulove,
you will do wvell. Focus on
Your ability to communicate
and put things together. for
maxcinium results. J**
CANCER (June 21-
July 22)i Befor~e you make
b ~a move, be sure the people
you care .about most are
in. agreeinent. A job that
entails your traveling a dis-
tance is. heading your ivay.
Looki ~closely before you
turn' something down that
offers a bright future and
greater htabiityr. *** -
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"Photos by JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter


ABOVE: One of the Columbia High band flag girls' performs at halftime of the game against
East Ridge High on Friday.

BELOW: Columbia High's marching band is reflected in the tuba of one of its members.


Columbia High quarterback Cameron Sweat looks for a Ireceiver,



Bi test for TI ers


2009 Tiger Football Schedu~le


Tp.m.


Columbia 48, Charlton Co. 48

Columbia 16, Gainesville '13

Columbia. 38, Robert E. Lee 0

Madison Co. 56, Columbia 14

Columbia 40, Ridg'eview 28

Columbia 42, East Ridge 30


Wk 9 Wolfson (A)


olumbia High
is corning off
its biggest w\in
of the season
Against 6A East
Ridge Iligh, 42-30, at Tiger
Stadium on Friday, but
that doesn't mean that the
Tigers w~alk~ into a game
against Tallahassee Godby
High as a heavy favorite. .
Despite the Cougars
having a 3-3 record :
through six games, they ;
come in as a seasoned
team who will test the


~~~sThe Cougars have
played some of the' hest
football teams ini the state
of lFlorida during their :
early road this season.
Godby has losses against
Tallahassee's Leon High, .
Jacksonville's Jackson
High~ and Niceville High
this season. In those ~
losses, the Cotigars have :
gone down by a conibined
13 points.
More impressive, the
Cougars have wins against


Maidison County. Chiles
and Pace high schools.
Columbia knows what
it takes to beat a~ team like
Madison, and that shows
what kind of team it will
welcome into lake City~ on
Fridayr at 7:30 p.m.
Despite the record of the
Cougars, this could be the
biggest test that the Tigers
face this season. It will be a
great tune-u'p for Columnbia
heading into a key district
showdown next week
against Ed Wihite High.


Wk 10 Suwannee (A) 7:30 p.m.


Wk 7 Godby (H)

Wk 8 Ed White (H)


7:30 plm.

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