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Wednesday, October 28, 2009 www.Iakecityreporter com Vol. I 35, No. 245 75 cents




LCCC considers name change


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Shot at redemption


ifohome mig
Events scheduled --- during the Best/Worst
for Thursday and Dr-essed day.
But attire is onlyr part of
Friday. the school spirit prepara-
tions. Students have been
By TROY ROBERTS constructing floats, memo-
troberts@lakecityre~porter.com rizing lines for skits and tak-
ing part in other activities
This week at Columbiia as they ~prepare forthe rest
High School, the students of the week's homecoming
haire become the celebri- festivities that- culminate
ties. with the .annual home-
During .: the annual coming parade on Friday,
homecoming week this followed by the school's
year's theme is "Tigers Hit homecomiing game Friday
Hollywood" students night against Ed White
have been in high fashion, High School.
dressing as their favorite The crowning of the
celebrities or adorning the .homecoming king and
colors of.a stoplight to con- queen will take place on
vey their relationship status; Friday. There are .six cani-
Today many will wear their .didates vying for each title,
Sunday best oir their tat-
tered yard work clothes CHS continued ont 6A

SCHOOL BOARD

District settles on

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College officialS
look at variouS
proposed chne6.
By TONY BRITT .
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
The last graduation class
r~~for Lake City Commnunity
College. could ~walk across
the stage this summer if
college officials get the
changes they are` request-
Sing for the college, starting


Charles Dean as they both
asked what would be the
new name for the college.
Although Hall said~ the
new name for the school
has not been decided, he
gave a listing of the sug-
gested names which inIclud-
ed: The Florida College of
Academics and Technology,
Big Bend College, Florida
Gateway College, Florida
Springs College, North
Central .Florida College,
Osceola College, Suwannee


Valley College and Janus
College.
He said college officials
have gone through~ 12 focus
groups in the five counties
that have branches of the
college discussing pro-
posed new names for the
college.
During the hearing, Hall
told officials his purpose
for attending the hearing
was to .ask legislators for
their assistance in moving
toward a new name for the


school.
Toi have the school's
name changed, the pro-
posed name would have to
be adopted by the college's
board of trustees and the
state board and~then the
proposed name would be
sent to the Florida House of
Representatives and Florida
Senate.
"This has caused great
discussions," Hall said of
.:LCCC continued on 3A


off with the school's name.
Tuesday. afternoon dur-
ing the county's annual
legislative delegation h~ear-
ing, LCCC president Chuck
Hall told state legislators
the school wants to have its
name changed, as well as
ultimately adding baccallatt-
reate level courses in the
long-range future. He said
he hopes the name change
is irrplace byJuly 1, 2010.
Hall made the ann~ounace-
nient to the state level offi-


Community College.
However, once he men-
tioned a new name for the
school, curiosity' got the
best of State Rep. Steve
Oelr-ich and State Sen.


Dulrante Smith. (from left), Gregory Williams ahd Butch Brinson, Columbia Correc~tional Institultes inmates; speak to Molna
Burns, the director of the Re-Entry In-Prison Program, and Stat~e Rep. Debbie Boyd (D-Newberry) about the positive impacts
that the Re-Entry Program has had on them during their time in prison. ' .'


.Board memberS
queStion wellness
supplements.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityrepXorter. coin
The> Columbia County
School Board approved its
employee insurance plan
Tuesday night, but could
not come to an agreement
regarding a potential well-
ness supplement that school
employees could receive.
The board approved
a package through Bhie
Cross Blue Shield that


would offer employees
'iour adiffereet cplas snf r
Mary Loughran, director of
~finance, said the plan was
approved by the employee
insurance committee by a
majority at an Oct.23 Iheet-
ing. The plan was approved
by~ the board, with mem-
bers Linard Johnson and
Keith Hudson dissenting.
The plan represents a 17
percent rate increase for
2010. There was no increase
this year.
There was further- dissen-
SCHOOL continued on 3A


saidn B ethe en o tet a c
with resources for housing,
work and more.
Some inmates have :
served lengthy serntenlces,
and going -back into the
real work causes them to
shiut downii Burns said.
'"I could not imagine .
going out in the world .
today~ after 25 !earS in
prisonn" she said.
One former inmate told '
her he went to get corn
from the store and was
overwhelmed by the num-
her of choices. '
"We don't realize how
many choices we make
everyday," she` said. "A lot
of inmates are not used to
thqt."
Passion and motiva-
tion are the driving
forces behind the program,
Eberlein said. Different
departments such
as substance abuse, job
readiness and education -
work together to provide
the help each individual
inmate peeds. In the past,
each department would
separately work to help an
inmate.
"The concept is differ-
ent, 'he said. "It's a col-
laboration of efforts from
different departments."
If an inmate goes
through.substance abuse
PRISON continued on 3A


Prison program
offers posi~tiv~e
changeS. ;
By ANTONIA ROBINSON
arobinson@lakecityreporter. com

Durante Smith
has been to prison
twice. Niow 30 and
Sth at yasan inmate ~it the .
Columbia Correctional
Institute, Smith plans on
making this his last time in
prison.
Smith is one of 118 par-
ticipants in the prison's
Community Re-entry
Program.
"Had I been~ in a pro-
gram like this before, I
wouldn't be here again," he
said on Tuesday-
The program opened
in October 2006 at CC~s
annex. Stewart-Marchman-
Act Behaviioral Healthcare
is the contracted provider-
Inmates in the program
must have nine to 18
months left before their
release date, are not eli-
gible for work release,
are from~ the' area and
will not be deported fol-
low~ing release, said Dan
Eberlein, corrections
program administrator for
the Florida Department of
Corrections.
Program participants
are categorized as those


Raymond Brady, the 'CCI Library Technical Aissistant, shows
State Rep. Boyd the library where inmates can check out
books as well as do research in the law library.


needed the highest level
of aramed~guard and secu-
`rity,, Eberlein said. These
inmates don't do as well
in the general population,
need high'levtels of man-
agement and have low
impulse control. 191any o~f
the inmates also have mlen
tal health issues.
T~he itimates are the
"baddest of the bad," said
Mona Burns, Stewart-
Marchman-Act director of
the reentry in prison pro-
gram. However, they have
the most learned helpless-
ness.
Some are functioning
way below a regular edu-
cation level, she said, and
often after release, they;are
back in prison six months


later.
The program isolates ,
inmates fErom the rest of
the population, Eberlein
Said. They form their p\u
community and work -
together.
In the past, "good
inmates" were thie ones
who received top treatment
and were able to partici-
pate in reentry programs,
Eberlein said.
"~That's how the concept
got started,'" he said.
Every minute of an .
inmate's day is planned .
during the first few months
of the program.
"It's highly structured,"
Burns said.
The next phase ~provides
more independence, she


ROadside .vegetable purchase
Ray Farnesi buys four fresh tomatoes from Bobbi Bolesta
Monday afternoon at a vegetable stand on the corner of
County Road 242 and Branford Highwnay.


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the proposed ngme change.
"There's a real excitement
about the name change on
campus."
College officials have
been working on getting a
new name for some time.
"WVe've been talking
about it for over a year,"
liall said, not~iig the state
started allowing college


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OBITUARIES
great grands; a host of nieces, in Daytona Beach, Fl. for a time
nephews, cousins and friends~ before moving here in 2008. She
also survive. Funeral services enjoyed sewing and crocheting
for Henry Haynes, will be 11:00 and was of the Pentecostal Faith
a.m. Wednesday, October 28, preceded in death by her husband
2009 at New Macedonia Baptist Charles G. Hubbard. She is
Church in West Park, Fla. with survived by her four daughters,
Rev. Donald Miller, Sr. Pastor, Margaret Rozella Baine (Roger),
officiating. Final Funeral and Nahville,' TN;` Marian Faith
burial will be I11:00 a.m. Saturday, Hudmon (Keith), Jerusalem,
October 31, 2009 at Pineland Missionaries; Mary Lou Mudd
Missionary Baptist Church in (Larry), O'Brien FL and Maria
Madison, Fla. with Rev. Don~i~L Thrift (Joe), Helena,
Miller & Rev. Charlie Barfiel ana; Twelve grandchildren,
officiating. Interment will follow iv-ope great-grandchildren
in Oakridge Cemetery, Madison, and" Wfhegi-eat grandchild also
Fla. Arrangements entrusted to survive. Memorial services
COOPER FUNERAL HIOME,~ will be held .Saturday October
Lake' City, Fla and Cooks-Cooper 31, 2009 at 2:00 P.M. at the
:Funeral Home, Madison, F~la. Living Springs Famiily Worship
Center, Hwy 247 Branford,
Fl. Gateway-Forest Lawn
Agnes F. Huibbard Fune al Home is in 5 ou h '
Mrs. Agnes F. Hubbard, 78, of Hwy 441 Lake City, Fl. (386) 752-
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Continued From Page 1A
treatment, his chances of Services. Then 272 inmates
staying out of jail are good, were in the program in :fis-
Eberlein said. If he gets an cal year 2008-2009, and the
education and GED, that `completion rate was 68.7
also helps keep him from percent.
being a repeat offender. Smith said the program ~
There were 263 inmates has opened his eyes to who
in the program during fis- he is and what he can do
cal year 2007-2008, and in life.
dxe completion rate was "All I knew was wrong,"
63.1 percent, according to he said. "Now I know right
the Florida Department .from wrong."
of Corrections Bureau of This time around
Substance Abuse Program Gregory Williams' release


er Dale Williams followed
with five issues county offi-
cials were attempting to
resolve.
He said the county oppos-
es any cost shifts from state
local government and noted
the county is particularly
concerned with a shift in
Medicaid expenses to local
government.
Williams said Agency for
Health Care Administration
options suggested the local
government contribution
increase from $55 to $202,
which would cost the coun-
ty '$652,056.
Williams addressed cre-
ating a cost share solution
to bridge maintenance and
repair for bridges connect-
ing adjoining counties,. as
well gs the state statute
which requires counties
to fund court-related func-
tions and court adminis-
tration.
The county is also sup-
porting ADA voting sys-
tem requirements be
implemented in 2016 rath-
orthan 2012, as initially


sy ToliY BRITr
tbritt~lakecityreporter. com

Citizens alnd county offi-
cials took advantage of an
opportunity to speak to
state legislators during the
annual Columbia County
legislative delegation hear-
ing Tuesday afternoon.
The meeting, which last-
ed just. over 90 minutes, was
held at the Columbia County
Courthouse in Courtroom
1, with State Rep. Debbie
Boyd (D-Newberry), State
Sen. Charlie Dean (R-
Citrus), State Sen. Steve
Oelrich (R-Alachua) and
Rep. Leonard Bembry (D-
Greenville). .
The legislators heard a
variety of concerns rang-
ing from concerns about
Florida retiree benefits to
concerns from constitu-
tional officers. about a new
formula for school gradu-
'ation rates, and edunty
concerns about cost' shifts
arid funding for other ser-
vicest

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only three citizens signed
cards to speak to officials..
Three constitutional offi-
cer signed to speak to offi-
cials.
Columbia County tax
collector Ronnie Brannon
addressed officials about
the state association doing
a bill rewrite, which was
followed by comments
from Columbia Schools
Superintendent Mike
Millikin, who asked offi-
eials to review a new for-
mula detailing how grad-
uation rates are figured.
Millikin also asked officials
to review the differentiated
accountability as part of
the No Child Left Behind
Act.
Millikin said the school
district liad several "A"
ranked schools, but under
the guidelines of the: pro-
gram, they didn't qualify
for adequate yearly prog-
ress.
"I ask you whvlat in the
world yoiu have to do when
97 percent is pot. good
enolu bl C uty manag-


from prison is going to be
different, he said.
"I can feel it inside,"' he
said.
Williams didn't want to
be a part of the program
initially when recruited and
felt like a victim in prison,
he said. Now he's changed
for the better.
"Talk is cheap," Williams
said. "The real test is when
I get out. I know this time
is the last." '


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name changes months ago.
'"If you look now you would
not find community college
option names in the state."
Hall said .about 23
schools have .made the
change to college or state
college names as part of the
change.
"A name change would
put us, hopefully, in a more


positive situation," he said.
"We're looking at a larger
region to work with and for
people to look at not a name
but what we can do."
Lake City Community
College would continue to
provide services that a comn-
munity college traditionally,
offers, but this would give
the college more options.


Contzinued From Page 1A
sion among board members
when t(he topic orf a $250 well-
ness supplement was raised.
According to the proposed
plan, school employees
who go through a wellness
screening would be eligible
to receive a tax-free $250 sup-
plement thatwould be placed
in a health savings account.
HmT nerhschosolM ba
said he was unaware that the


supplement -which if taken
advantage of by all school
~employees would cost the
district more than $358,000.
He said 'he believed the
supplement was part of the
insurance package and not
an additional cost .
More than 230 employ
ees had already signed
upfr Aupom-n we & te
set for Nov. 9 and Linard


Johnson asked if those
who had signed up were
under the impression that
the screenings were tied
to the proposed supple-
ment money. Loughran said
employees were told about
the supplement, but it was
subject to board approval.
The board decided to
re-dlies th etpropos d
meeting.


Wayne Curtis Boyette ~
Wayne Curtis Boyette, 59
of Wellborn passed away
peacefully, October 26, 2009 at
the Shands University of Florida
Medical Center on Gainesvrille
after an extended illness. He was
born in Savannah, Ga. Living
most of his life in Suwannee
County. He was an automobile
'mechamec until ill health forced
his retirement. He was~ preceded
in death by his father Bernice
Boyette. He is survived by his
SMother Bertie Mae Boyette of
Wellborn, his companion; Peggy
Troutman, one daughter; Desiree
Layton of Graceville. One son;
Luces Boyette of Middleburg-
One brother; Darrell Boyette of
Lake Butler, one sister; Patricia
gAnndch drn oalivi srv ve
Graveside funeral services will
be held Saturday afternoon
at 2:00 P.M., in Beardscreek
Cemetery in Glenville, Ga.
ARCHER FUNEREAL HOME
OF LAKE BUTLER is in
change of local arrangements.


Henry Haynes, 87 res
Hollywood, Fla. Mand
resident dfMadison;,Fla

,c to ear
Mem~oriat

Hollywood
t~hla soneof th
late Willie & Cora Ha
Madison, Fla. At an earl
unie swithCPmne ad vl
Fla. He was united i
Matrimony ~to Miss
Fl ens and t that uni
he relocated to Hallend
Batis Cu c,`r h ee
his Iat h rdaoard hm
to mourn his wife,
Haynes Wilson. Four d~
Mrs. Barbara Lake, ~La
Fla., Roshell (William
Wjnston, NV.C., Mrs.
(Alfonso) Watson, I
Teasm c ts. Pri ear
baam eiy Fae r
Fla. and Gwendolyn 7
Westpark, Fla. One sister
Barrett, Madison, Fls
brothers, James Haynes
Thomas Haynes (Jean)
Valdosta, Ga. Eugene
and Albert Haynes, h
Fla. Ten~ grandchild
great grandchildren; or


.S.he was the daughter of the
late Leonard Faith and Margaret
Ellen Givens. She was formally
of Elizabethton, Tn. Had Lived


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ment at 752-1293.


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betrthan one, but
it will take more
than that to tackle
some of the viiolent
problems facing Lake City and
Columbia County.
A town hall meeting Monday
spearheaded by several county
commissioners, a councilman
Sand the city and county manag-
ers was centered on the escala-
tion of illegal activities iri select
sections of th~e county;. Drug
use, prostitution and violence
were the chief complaints.
At the meeting, Lake City
Police Chief Argatha Gilmore
Sand Columbia County Sheriff
Mak HuIjoernnounce zro
Then. they admitted they can't.
solve the problems by them-
selves.
They need the community's
help.
A commnityi~~j action m~eting
is in the works, and the support
of residents will be vital to its
success.
To eradicate illegal activities
in our neighborhoods, private
citizens must learn to trust
:Jweno:: ee and l
trust. ,
A true partnership is needed

~trees Ih plane m ting
Sbetweeirthe community and'
law enforcement officials is a
good tst step.


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28, the 301st day of 2009 .
There are 64 days left in
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i ol In 1636,. the General Couitt
of M assachusetts passed 'a
legislative act establishing
Harvard College.
m In 1776, the Battle of
White Plains was fought during
the Revolutionary War, result-
ing in a limited British victory.:
In 1886, the Statue of
Liberty, a gift from thet people
of Frapce, was dedicated in
New York Harbor by President
Grover Cleveland.

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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009


Page Editor: Troy Roberts, 754-0427


From staff reports

First Federal Bank of
Florida announced on
Monday it had purchased
Bradenton-based Flagship
National Bank. This acqui-
sition closed Oct. 23. The
::terms of the acquisition will
be released at a future date.
First Federal has 11 com-
munity branches in North
Florida, and serves more
than 45,000 customers. I~t
Semploysl over 1, peop e
and has been serving cus-
to-mers sine 1962.
''This acquisition creates
whiat: we b~elieve~ will be. a
valuable proposition for our
customersr, communities,
employees and. board of
directors with potential~ for
market growth and build-
mng relationships,' 'said Fir'st
Federal President and CEO
Keith IRibfried.
'Pam Hitt, executive vice
president and COO, of First


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brand 'in their barking
branches and communities
for the near future. "The
key~ to a successful inte-
gration will' be our ability
to provide outstanding cus-
tomer service throughout


the acquiisitioni," Hitt said.
"Flagship, National Bank
and First Federal Bankof
Florida customers should
continue banking" as they
do today using the same
bank accounts, payment
coupons, online sign-on,
credit cards, ATM and
check cards, checks and
bank branches."


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said Dorina Darby, CHS stu-
dent activities director.
While students are busy
preparing for Friday's festivi-
lies, community menlibers are
invited to several events that
begin on Thursday. CHS will
host skit night at 6:30 p.m. on,
Thursday, followed by a~iger
March to a roaring bonire.
An alumni breakfast
- open to -any graduate
of CHS will take place
Friday morning at 9:30
a~m., followed by a 10:30
a.m. pep rally in which the
homecoming king will be
crowned.
The annual homecom-
ing parade~ kicks off at 3
p~m. on~ Friday, begin-
ning at the Department of
Transportation on Marion
Avenue ,and ending at
MemOrial Stadium. The
night will end as the Tigers
take on the CommanderS
of Ed White, and the home-
coming i .queen .vrl e
crowed during half-time.


results encompass partici-
pation mn floats, dress days,
a canned food drive that
benefits Catholic Charities,
and various points from
other competitions.


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Also during the game,
the results of the home-
coming competition will be
announced, and one of the
school's four classes will
be named the winner. The


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FOrt White knocks

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Chiefland beats
Fort White, 38-0,
fbr S191AC title.

By TllIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter. com
FORT WHITE -~- Fort
White Middle School's
football team has improved
since its first meeting with
Chiefland High. Trouble is,
so have the Braves.
Chiefland beat' Fort
White, 38-0, in the
Suwannee Middle School
Athletic .Conferetice cham-
pionship game on Tuesday
at Arrowhead Stadium.
Chietland scored on the
opening possession of the
game and` added another
touchdowns late in the first
quarter. Fort White took a


couple of chances late in
the first al 81e both ler

the lead to 30-0 at intermis-
sion.
The Indiaris. began the
second half with a solid
drive, but fumbled the ball
away after three first downs.
Mauric~e Nelson had a 16-
yard run for one first down
and Tyler Reed connect-
ed with Caleb Bundy for
14 yards to convert a four th-
and-3.
After the turnover,
Chiefland marched 73 yards
for another touchdowns and
brought on a running clock
early in the fourth quarter.
"We got so far behind,
but they didn't give, up,"
.Fort White head coach
Mike Hunter said. "That is
what I'm proud of..We came


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C~hatman (from? left),


Fort White ~High captains for the SMAC championship game are Joseph
Caleb Bundy, Andre Kluess and Maurice Nelson.


a 30-yard scoring run aftek-
the Indians gambled on
fourth down with 2 minutes
left in the half. Corbin also
had a two-point run,.


Alphonsoi Timmons had
touchdown runs of seven
and 17 ~yards,l and he too
SMYAC continued on 28


a long way and I am proud
of their work ethic."
James Corbin scored
Chiefland's ~first touchdowns
on ~a 25-yard run. He added


-Re~ta. leadS
Lady Indians in
Openrung victorJ.
From staff reports

Fort White High wlill be
playing again on Thursday
as the Lady Indians defeated
Williston High in straight
sets to advance in the
District 5-3A tournament in
Santa Fe on Tuesday.
The Lady Inditms were
led by Sarah Resta, who
came up, with 15 kills, 14
digs and a block. .
Leading the Lady Indians
mn service points was` Sarah
Stringfellow with 18 points
and five aces. She added
10 digs.
Erica Rossell11ed in ~digs
with 15 in the match. She
added seven service points.


Colee Rendeck led with
30 assists.
Kayce ~Baker had a weli
rounded game with 12 s'er-.
vice points, 10 digs and six
aces. Holly Polhill~had eight
kills and 10 .digs. Brigitte
Lapuma had seven digs arid
six kills. Brett. Sealey had
8 digs.
"IWe came out and prac-I
ticed for Williston all week,"
coach Doug Wohistein. said.
"The girls played hard and
as a team. They were able.
.to ex;ecute everything that
we practiced. .\Ve playedf
ivell, and we came back-
front behind. We just never
gave up, and played really
well. The kids did every-
thing that I told them."
Fort White continues tde
tournament wiith Santa Fe
on Thursday .at. 7 b.m. in
Santa Fe.:


JASON MATTHEW WALKERLake City Reporter
'Columbia High's Cameron Sweat (7) escapes a sack attempt during a quarterback keeper
while attempting to the run ball for a touchdown against Godby on Friday.







Tigers can wmn Distnict 4-4A


It- was an emotional
loss for the players and
coaches, but that's some-
thing that could end up
being a wake-up call for the
Tigers (4-2-1) heading
into the distriet-clinching
game. .
"Emotion stics the soul,"
Howard said. "There have
been times wi~hen it doesn't
hurt to~ bad. Last week,
there were a lot of guzs
hurt. There were tears in
the locker room. Good
players don't want to play
bad, and good players don't
want to lose."
The Tigers knew 'that
losing a couple of games


this season was a possibil-
ity, despite having a dis-
trict-championship caliber
team. It vias part of the
plan.
"When setting up
the schedule in the pre-.
season, you have one of
two optionss" Ifoward
said. "Y~ou can set up, th'e
schedule easy, and try to
get as many wins as pos-
sible to build confidence
that way or you can set up
against good competition.
Good competition pre-
pares a team for the dis-
trict and the playoff. The
payoff comes ~in the
playoffs."


By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityre~porter.corn

Rain fkll oonpracttice
Tuesday- in Lake City as
the Columbia .High Tigers
.prepared for a chance to
w~iri the District 4-4A cham-
pioriship. against Ed White
on Friday.
\'The Tigers are coming
.off of a last-minute loss
Sto Godby High ohl Friday,
21-18, but the focus is
toward the district. .
"We're in thaeproper
frame of mind,". Columbia
head coach Craig Howard
said. "We have the right
demeanor for it."


JASON MATTHEW WALKERIL3ee i:ry Reporter

Districts .Today'
Heather Burns competes in the 200 IM in a swim meet earlier
this season at Columnbia County Aquatic Complex in Lake
City.


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BRIEFS

Fm'T WHITE FDOTBALL
AlUMn Call fOr
Santa Fe game
The Fort White
Quarterback Club is
inviting all' alumni .
players, cheerleaders,
and dance team and band
members to the Santa Fe
High game on Nov. 13.
Foirmier players will be -
inivited to form the entry .
tunnel for the football
team. Players will be ~
introduced at halftime,
and other alumni will
be recognized between
quarters from th~eir~ seats.
For details, call Scott
Gilmer at 965-6938 or
Shayne Morgan at .
(386) 397-4954.


S~tudenrts in
Transition tourney
A four-person
scramble benefit for

Tr-ansition is Nov. 13 at
The C unr Clube s
$60 per person and hole
sponsorships are.$60.
Deadline to enter is
Novi. 5 and the field is
limited to 30 teams.
For details, call Dennis
Crawford at (386)
963-6136 or 867-0674. To
sponsor a hole; call Lisa
Garrison at (386)
647-4623. .-

ATrOwhead tour
OfferS inVit

Se ennesdpot rma n
Arrowhead Junior`
Golf Tour K'elly Love
Showcale Classic at
Indian Bayou Countri '
Club in Destizi, on the
weekend of Nov. 7-8.
The t urna n 9 ord

te NationalJunior Golf
Scoreboard. Registration
deadline is 6 p~m.

Sar rdtails, call (850)
650-6331 oi register l-~
online at
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FAISONS SOCCER
Moe's Night
fundraiser Iket
Lake City lliddle
School soccer has a
Moe's Night fundraiser
planned~ from -
5:30-8 ~p.m. Monday at
Moe's Softthwest Grill in
Lake City.
For details, call. PeggY
Williams at?755-1663

SFrom staff reports

:.GAMES

Today


Center in Tallahassee,
9 a.m.
SColumb~ia High, Fort
White High bowiving at
Lake City Bowl, 4 p.m.
MFort W~hite High JV
football at Santa Fe High,
7m.Thursday
WRichardson Middle
School football vs. Lake
City Middle School in
Commander's Bowl',

SColumbia High JV
football at Mandarin High,
7 p.m.
Friday
WColumbia High foot-
ball vs. Ed White High,
7:30 p.m.


SFort White High
football vs. Taylor County
High, 7:30 p~m.


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SCOREBOARD


Azalea Bowl to be played at

Meo~lrlal Stadium Saturday


$ERIES: Sabathia 3-0 in postseason


LAKE CITY REPORTER SPORTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009


Page Editor: Brandon Finley, 754-0420


On te Net h / lww.Oga, rco
Charles Schwab Cup Championship
Site: Sonoma, Calif.
Schedule: Thursday-Sunday
yaurde p onoma Golf Club (7,III
Purse: $2.5 million. Winner's share:
$440,000-
Television: Golf Channel (Thursda ,
i30-7 p.m., 9 30F p.m -midnight; Fr dy
Sunday, 4:30-7 p.m.,9:30 p.m.-midnight).
.. LPGATOUR
Hana Bank KOLON Championship
Site: Incheon, South Korea.
.Schedule: Friday-Sunday.
.Course: Sky 72 Golf Club, Ocean
Colirse (6,466~yards, par 72).
Purse: $1.7 million. Winner's share:
$255,000.
Onte Net netp:iiwww.ippa.com
PGA EUROPEAN TOUR
Volvo World Match Play
Championship
Schadule:Thu Sua~nday
Course: Finca Cortesin Golf Club
S(7,380 yards, pai 72).
Purse: $4.83 mil~lon. Winner's share:
$1,l 15,075.
Satury .4 ma.m- Ipm. anndayhusd 9 ~
noon; Monday, 12:30-3:30 a.m.).
Format M~atc play Four four-man
groups will play a round robin of 18-hole
na mthe i determine the semifin Hisus
won, with each match going the full 18
holes.The semifinals and final will be 36
holund-robin groups (seedings based
on world ranking in parentheses): Seve
Ballesters Group: Paul Casey (1), Retief
Goosen (8),Anthoniy Kim (9), Scott Strange
(16). Mark McCormack. Group: Sergio
Gan-la (4), Martin Kaymer (5), Robert
Allenby GI2), Oliver WSison (13). Gustar
Mclroy (6), Angel Cabrera (1 I), Simon
Dyson (14).As~sar Gabrielsson Group: tee
Westwood (?), Camito Villegas (7), Ross
Risher I )jew MiWaSngh (!5).
PGA EUROPEANTOURI
ASIAN TOUR /
Bacly.Slnas.... open
s te: singapore '
doulse: S oa nol .lb, Serapong
course (7,aoo yards, par n1),
Purse; $5, million. Winner's share:
$83,330).
STelevision: Golf Channel (Thursda l
110 am.: Friday, 1-5 a.m., 6-10 a m.
I I p.m.-2 a~m.; Sunday, 6-9 a.m.), :,
PGAi European Tour site: http-//www
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Ashin Tour site* http-1/ww.asiantour.
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9. LSU 6-1 I I037 10
10. Penn State 7-1 935 II
SGeorgia Tech 7 86 1
13.OklahomaState 6-1 825 II
14,VirginlaTech 5-2 691 15
15. Ohio State 6-2 569 17
st o Pibrh 544 18
18 19.Utah 6:'~- I 403 20
20.Westwirnia '6-1 365 22
21, South Carolina 6-2 279 23
22. Mississippi. 5-2: ~223 25
23. Oklahoma' 4-3 168b NR
24.Aritona 59-2 149 NR
25.'Not&rDame ~5-2 82 NR
Others, receiving votes: Central
Mhiain 6i s Thamabn a ;W scns
G eorga, 5; Navy 4;Aulaurn 2; Clemson 2.

COllege gamneS
Thursday
North Carolina (4-3) at Vrirginia Tech
(5-2),7I30 p~m. Fda
West Virginia (61) at South
Florida (f*2), 8 p~m.

BASKETBALL

NBA games
Today's Games
Indinh It A nta 7n 7pm.
Cleveland at~roronto, 7 p~m.
Charlotte at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
NewYork at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
Detroi at Memphis. 8 p.m-
New ersey at Minnesota, 8. p.m.
New Olans at San Antoniao, p.rm
kh at Denver, 10:30 p.m. *
SPhoenix at LA. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.
Hollston at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
.San Anonio a C icaG 8 p,m.
Denvei- t Portland, 10:30 p.m

GOL F

Golf wesk
PGATOUR
Viking Classic
Site: Madisonilss.
hou s:e n adal Gllub (7.125
yards, par 70).
Purse: $3.7 million. Winner's share:
$666,000.
Television: Golf Channel (Th~ursday-
Sunday, 2;30-30 p~m., 7:30-9:30 p~m.).


COUNTRY CLUB
at LAKE CITY
Ed Goff

Donald Rober~ts was the
victor in the Wednesday
Blitz, finishing up with
+5. Jordan Hale claimed
second place at +3, leaving
Don Howard and Buddy
Slay tied for third at +2.
In Wednesday Skins play,
Keith Shaw, Hale, Roberts,
Travis Timmons and Bob
Budwick split prize money
with a skin apiece.
The Pot Hole went
unclaimed and carried over
again.
The final Wednesday
Scramble of the season is
5 p.m. today.
The LGA played best
ball using three-person
teams. Caroline Stevens,
Nancy Edgar, and Susie
Torgerson equaled the


Bruce Gibson celebrated
delivery of his new golf
cart by taking home the
Wednesday Scramble Pot
that had been building for
Six weeks.
SBuddy Slay, Mike
Streicher and Natalie
Bryant won the team prize
with a 4-urider-par effort.
Tony Kent's eagle on
No. 16 led Eli Witt, and
Steve Johnson to a second-
plaCe f1Dish at -2.
Gibson 'must have had
a cart payment due, since
he also took ~first spot in
the Satuiday Blitz at +9.
Jordan Hale was second
Witil +8, followed by Dennis
Hendershott with +7 and
Cory DePratter with +4.
Only three Saturday
Skins stood up with one
each going to Dwight
Rhodes, Tony Kent, and
- tO HObody's surprise
- Gibson.


64 shot by Carol ~Felton,
Roberta Whitaker andAnn
Bormohmn to share first
place. Carol Felton and Jan
Davis split the Chip-In Pot.
Team skins were cheap
in the Good Old Boys
three-way match- this week.
Ed Snow, Howard Whitaker
and Dan Stephens finished
with 9 to take the win
over Monty Montgomery,
Stan Woolbert and Carl
Jones with 8, and Merle
Hibbard, Joe Persons, Nick
Whitehurst and Jim Rell
who scored 6.
Montgomery~was medal-
ist with a 1-over-par round~
of 73, followed by Snow
who stayed hot with- a 37-
39-76. Nine-hole honors
went to Hibbard with 39 on
the back andl Whitaker with
39 on the front.
The Men's and Wo~men's
Club Championship is
Nov. 14-15.


TELEVISION

TV sports

MYjOR LEA UE BASEBALL
7:3 p~m.
FOX World Series, game i,
Philadelphia at N.Y.Yankees
NBA BASKETBALL
ESPN N~e ~rleans' at San
Antonio
I0:30 p~m.
ESPN -- Utah at Denver

BASEBALL

World -Series
.PHILADELPHIA vs.N.Y.YANKEES
Philadelphia ( ee 7-4) at New York
(Sabathia 19-8), :57 p.m.
SThursday
Pehiladelphia at N~ewYork, 7:57 p.rh.
Saturday
Ne'wYork at Phi a blai47:57 p~m.
NewYork at Philadelphia,8:20 p~m.

FOOTBALL

NFL gmes
Monday Game
Philadelphia 27,Washington 17
St.Louis a Dui iG p
Miami at N.Y.Jets, I p.m. .
Seattle at Dallas, I p~m.
Cleveland at Chicago, I p~m.
Denver at Baltirbore, I p.m.
Houston at Buffalo, I p~m.
Sa rnetsus nat Iniapos p~m.
Oakland at San Diego. 4:05 p~m.
J ackson~ville at Tennessee, 4:05 p.m..
SMinnesota at Green Bay,;l:15-p.m.
carolina at raonol 152pm.
,Atlanta at New Orleans, 8:30 p~m.
Open: New England, Cin~cnnati.
Pittsburgh, Kansas City, W~ashingtol,
ymrrpa say

USA Today Top 2t; ;
The USA Today Top 25 football
coaches ponl, witt; first-plae. votes In
Parentheses, records, total points and
previous ranking- eod : k
i. Florida (46) 7-0 1,459 I
2.Alabamna(9) 8-0 1,399 2
3.Texas (4) 7-0 1,390 3
4.Southern Cal 6-1 I I244 4
5. Boise State 7-0 1.152 5


From staff reports

Lake City has been selected by the
Putnam Athletic Pop Warner Association to
host 'the Azaea Bowl on Saturday. Games
will be played at Memorial Stadium.
The competition wr~ill-be five 191itey 191ite '
teams (ages 7, 8 and 9 from 45-90~ pounds)
~:ftom the Putnam Association against five
,teamS fROM TallahaSsee.
Lake City's Pee Wee team (ages 9, 10,
11 and 12.from 75-120 pounds) will play
a team from Fleming Islar d to cap. offithe
event. .
Adult admiis'sion is $5; children 17 and
y0ullger are free. Proceeds from the event ~


will benefit the Richardson 'Community
Center Annie Mattox North Advisory's
Pop :Waither Program.
-Sattirday's schedule follows.
`i9 a~m. Gainesville Gators Blue vs.
Canopy Oaks Blue Rams;
R 11-a~m. Crescent Cityr Raiders vs.
Bradfordville White Buccaneers;
S1. p.m. Palatka Panthers vs.
Woodville Black Jaguars;
CI 3 p.m. Union County Tigers vs.
Woodville Teal Jaguars;
5 P.m. Bradford County vs. Canopy
.Oaks Gold Rams;
a 7 p~m. Lake City Pee Wee Tigers
vs. Fleming Island.


Continued From Page 1B
.136 (8 for 59) in the post- ag
seasoil dating to 2004 atid Dc
was hitless hi 18 consecu- ch
tive playoff at-bats with ruii- thr
ners in scoring position. dr
What change. thl
He led the Yankees with Br
a .438 average, five hom- se
ers and 12 RBIs in the
victories, over. the ~Twins .3!
and Los Angeles Angels, pl;
Shitting tying home runa in 'an
the seventh, ninth and 11th
innings. ap
"I think everyone.islIook-- :as
in~g for ~a -profound -answer,. po
and I don't have one," he te~
Ssaid, sitting behind a table .bo
in Yankee Stadiuni's Great' pa
SHall. as~ baseball adopted` lol
an NFI~style approach to~ lik
Series pjiiblicity for the~ fist ou
tunie. ; oc
"I think at the enld of do
the day, I'm content. Im
happy, both on and off T
the field," Rodriguez~ said. $1
S"I think I've, cut out a lot: St
of the fat, or unnecessary' ly
distractions." fo
The 29-year-old Howard th
also needed a winding, if Se
'less notorious, path to post-' th
season success. He had m
only one PBI in reach of his 86
fist two playoff series while: av
hitting .217 (5 for 23), then he
batted .300 with two RBT~s ga


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ainst the Los Angeles
dodgers, i n last year's NL
championship series. He
en hit three homers and
ove in six runs in leading
e Phillies over the Tampa
aly Rays for Philadelphia's
cond-ever title.
And this year, he's batted
355 with 14 RBIs in the
ayoffs against the Rockies
Id D'odgers.
"I think that our
!proaches this posts eason,
`opposed to be previous
,stseasons, are a lot bet-
r,) H~oward said.. "I think
,th of us are. .a lot more
Itient, both .of us iare a
t more relaxed, -it looks
;e. You know, I'm going
~t there just having fun. It
oks like that's what he's
,ing, as well."
Both teams. worked out
tuesday in the mist- of
..5 b~illon new Yanikee
adium, where two fresh-
painted logos were in
ul territory in honor of
.e ballpark's first World
rTies; Still 'standing across
.e street, covered in black
esh as if ~a ghost, is its
i-year-old predecessor,.
waiting demolition after
voting a red'ord 100 Series
mnes.



Jnscraimble these four Jumbies,
,ne letter to each square,
o form four ordinary words. 2
YURLS


CC Sabathia, 3-0 with a
1.19 ERA in his ~first post-
season with the Yankees,
starts for New York against
former Cleveland teammate
Cliff Lee, 2-0 with an 0.74
ERA for the Phillies. It's
a rematch of the April 16
ballpark opener, won by the
Indians 10-2.
This will be only the
second Series with two
former season home runs
leaders since *1975's face off
between Cincinnati'sJohnny
Bench and Boston's Carl
Yastrzemski, according to
SIATS LLC. The other was
in l989's Earthquake Series,
when Oakland's Bash
Brothers of Jose Canseco
and Mark McGwire swept
San Francisco and Kevin
Mitchell.
Rodriguez had a remark-
able season, especially after
missing the -first month fol-
Slowing March 9 surgery to
repair torn cartilage in his
right hip. He homered on
his fist and last swings of
the regular season, reach-
ing 30 homers and 100 RBIs
for the-12th consecutive
year by hitting a three-run
homer and a grand 'slam
in a single inning at Trampa
Baiy

tHAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by Mike Argliron and Jeff Knurek


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Now arrange the circled letters
to form the surprise answer, as
suggested by the above cartoon.


(Answers' tomorrow)
Jumbles: ARlOMA WEDGE MISERY PEPTIC
Yesteday's Answer: What the convict sought at the prison
library A WAY TO "ESCAPE"


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had a tvio-point conversion.
Chiefland quarterback
Deshawn Rolanid scored on
the other side of the ball
when he intercepted a pass
and returned it ~49 yards
with 18 seconds left in the
half. Roland also had two-
point PAT passes to Kyle ~
Weeks atid Joshua Smith.
The Brtaves beat Fort
~White 22-0 on Sept. 1;3 an~d
finished 7-0 their seen
ond consecutive undefeated
season.
"TWe have gotten better
each week," Chiefland head
?Ceach Tony Phillips said.
"This team has done a good
job the last two years. It is
our second championship
in a row and we have not
10St since 2007."


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009


JASON MATTHEW WiALKER/Lake City Reporter
Fort Wihite High's A.J. Legree dives for extra yardage.


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILjuke Cilr Piepcil i
Fort White High-quarterback Alex Gilmer (12) prepares to pass as Jerry Stringfellow (34)
blocks Florida High's Jordan~ Jackson.


Madison Co.-42, Fort White 26

Fort White 30, Newberry 21
Suwannee27i,Fort Whitel13

Fort White 21, Unio~n Co. 18

N.F. Chrristian: 41, Fort White 14

Florida Higi 16, For~t White 1
Fort White l9, East Gadsden l2

Wk81'taylor~o.(H): 7:30p~m.


Wk 9 Bradford (A) 7:30 p.nk?

Wk 10 Santa Fe (H) 7:30 p.m.


JASON MATTHEW WALR(ER/Lake City Reporter
Fort White High's Alexis Blake runs outi of a thickle against FloridB High on Oct. 9.


Bulldogs
lay, while i;.210 yards. Blake liad a pair
2-1. of touchdown runs.
hite and iFort White s other score
have wins came on a 60)-~-yad pass
County High play from Alex Gilrnerto
den. Roy Blake.
n' and wet The Indians de'e~nse
White ~on: had a humble recov'ery~and
wreek.' an interception' by Steven .
iontr-e Cray Griffith.
iams Fort White blasted the
3 carie's and Bulldogs, 49-7, in 2008.


E:ort WIhite Highane ih 3
regained control
of its district
.-- championship
19-12 wrin last wreek at East
Gadsden High.,
The Indians take on the
leading team in Distric~t
2-2B w~hen Taylor County
High visits at 7:30 p~m. .
Friday. The Bulldogs are


3-0 in district p
the Indians are
Both Fort W
Taylor County
against U~nion
and East Gadse
A driving rail
field kept Fort
the ground last
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and Soron Will
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Jeffery Harden, co-owner of Your Hearts Desire. with Phillip Melzer, shows off a new collection of Marie Osmond handbags.
Harden and Melzer opened the 327 N. Marion Ave. boutique with a single sold ornament and have growni from this simple
beginning. The. store is open Tuesday through Saturday.
Han~dbag collection is now designs. items through various out- thing nice. "Our prices
available. 'Harden also revealed lets and they have barely are excellent, there is
"~We are soproud of this ~thartseverl months ago been loved." something for everyone,"
collection," says Harden. Your Hearts Desire started With money being tight Harden. says.
'They are so beautifiil." sellirig' previously loved for so many families, Your Harden explained that
The handbags come with merchandise that they are Hearts Desire has created Your Hearts Desire started
22 different pieces and- very happy to have.- a place where anyone can out very small ---a, sold
they have: seven different` '19We acquired these come in and buy some- Christmas ornament


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009


LAKE CITY REPORTER


whether
you desire
incense
candles,
fashion
jewelry or holiday items~,
Your Hearts Desire is a
place where business own-
S- ers Jeffery Harden and
Phillip Melzer want you to
::~ fulfill your needs and enjoy
: a comfortable~shopping
experience.*
Your Hearts Desire was
opened more than three
years ago in downtown
Lake CityJ and it brought to
r fruition something' Harden
always wanted to do.
.~."A lifelong dream ful-
~filled," says Harden, whose
Business is located at-327
North Marion Ave., in the
historic Keafon building.
Your Hearts Desire is open
g~Tuesday through Friday
from 10 a~m. to 5:30 p~m.
.and Saturdays ~from 10 a.m.
to 4 p~m.
During tough economic
times, finding a way to
bring in customers-during
a troubled economy can
be a challenge, but Harden
believes the ambience they
provide has~ made a differ-
ence, "We have a varm and ~
welcoming atmosphere,"
Harden says. "Customers
also` seem to appreciate the
,.'aroma of our candles that
make them feel at home."
Having variety of
customers,. Your Hear'ts
Desire is always looking
for merchandise that adds
something new for shop-
pers.
Just recently, Your
Hearts Desire announced
the 2010 Marie Osmond


started the business and
from there Your Hearts
Desire continued to grow.
Harden and Melzer
relocated into their .cur-
rent location because of
conttinued growth and they
contribute this to their
advertising~campaign mn
the Lake City Reporter and
~Currents magazine.
"WTe've seen a noticeablW~
change in business since
we started advertising with
the Lake City Reporter and
Currents. People continu-
ally walk in with the adver-
tisements," says Harden.
"When customers walk in,
they do more thari look,
they are spending money.
"W~e are goingto keep
growing and growing
thanks to the Lake City .
SReporter and Currents
magazine."
Your Hearts Desire uti-
lizes the Customer traffic
that~the Lake City Reporter
provides with gojod :cus-
tomer service.
WVith many different
items for sale on the
shelves ~and in the win-
dows, Your Hearts D~esir~e
wants the ;desires of their;
customers to be fulfilled
during their shopping
eXperience.
"It's more than a busi-
ness. I love this place and,
especially meeting the
people," Harden explains.
"'Your Hearts Desire
will continue to advertise
w vith the Lake City Reporter
because "it's done so much
for ris~," Harden says.
Your Hearts Desire is
open El~ve days a week and
can be reached at 752-0600.


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.to, the addition of two new Class- Possession' of said Air Conditioners
redm. Buildings at Fort White Middle was obtained by the C41umbie Coun-
School localerd in Ft. White, Floiidit, ty Sheriff's Office duedto the said aur
The 13cIII\~lmcnSiSt~jof classrooms in conditioners either. bemg lost or
S < wor m ole >sciated storm- a3n donyS erf' Ofie ners
pipir hnecte od eist g seystm own use pursuant to Section 705.103
onthe c mus. Florida Statutes. Any ~person claim-
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SCMU bearing walls bith a split faced air conditioners should contact the
.'blocki veneer wainscot with stucco Columbia County Sherif~F's Office. If
above the veneer; metal trusses with no person claims said vehicle within
Smetidl decking, ~rigid~ insulation and .forty-five (45) days of the first publi-
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mo.. 386-590-0642 or 867-1833
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New 2010 4 Bedroom.
Del & set-up. 1) A/C included.
2 S4itig i c. c rits ny
Well/Septic/p.pole all inc.
For only $58,800.00 Must ask for
Bruce. 386-362-6306

^4 Mobile Homesfr~l

1998 SKYLINE 28X60.
Superclean A/C inc.
You move. $25,200. I move.
..;,. ,$31,00(L 386-362-6306


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Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
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3/2 won't last long @ $19,500.
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
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FACTORY REPOS!

Won't ao 9lng 4 ony$4700.
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
ietdeciZ~windstream.net
SHORT SALE!
32X80 0nl/2 acre
w/impiovements owner.
Will sell below Ap~raisal
SCall Eiic to see @ 386-719-5560
jetdec~i~windstream.net
2100s n theWa !
09 -28X40 3br/21 a
Co a Jadd 3,679-50600
Like new 3br/2ba 28X60
2007.Home of the Year
$29,900. Jared @ 386-719-5560
jm martin2~3@yahoo~com
NO MONEY DOWIN
When yoii own your own land.
3 Bed $227/mo.
4 Bed $333. mo
5 Bed $559/mo.
Jared@ n o79-5


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PUBLISHER'S NOTE
SFlorida Law 828.29 requires dogs
'and ciits being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate ~from a licensed

hae e ndatoj usmons ad ar
( ree from intestinal and exteinid '
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SIAMESE KITTENS. 8 weeks~
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401 Antiques
ANTIQLiES WANTED
Furn., Chinti, Silver, Glassw-are.
Costume Jewelry & Gold. 35 yarus
exp. CasliPd Pete. 386-963-2621 .


S402 Appliimoe5


0453'4963.
October 14, 21, 28, 2009

To ~place your
classaifted ad call

mmmmms 0


Roofind~g4& Gutters

~Got Leaks? Need; :1 newi Roof>
Cadll Siete's Rootilng & RepaIrS.
LLC_ Oler li;> ir ep Ce~rts Ins
Lic. CCC I 323868 38h61-62-4254

:Lawn &( Landscape Service

Custom Cuts Lawn & Landscape.
Cu stom IzeJd law ne are, tnimmmng,
sod, design. Comm'I 4cRes'd. ic.
&r ins 386-719-2200la mig ~

Sensicedj ' ~I

Caregiver in your Home.
Professional Loving care for you
or at Family Member. 30 yrs exp.
Excel references. 386-266-7426
Custom ~Hay ~service. Rolled Hay
i o ~l ewee n1-0 e .

Call Chr s 35e.- 55-14~32/867-6005
DIVORCE, BANKRUPTCY, ,
RESUMES.
other court aljproved fdrrhi-
386--961-5896. .
************.*********o* *h*

Housekeeping. 10years exp.
Great references & Great rates
.Detail Work!!!i CALL ME!
.386:628-1091
NEED HOUSEKEEPER?
Call Ethel
386-303-1496.
Cleaning Ddne ~Your Way?

Land Services

Lot Clearing Special. Bush Hog 5
ac $199. New driveways, gravel or
concrete. Also repairs, site storage
bldg, all sizes. State Lic, Coutrac-
tor. 386-497-321'9. Free Estimites.'


Columbia Countylsa~cceptmng
applications for General
Laborer, Public Works. Min-
Experience: Completion of the
eighth grade &1 one-ye:u

&r experience. Vlddi~ Fddver's

Sudssfu6 aph nutsmst ass
pre-einployment p Wical and
drug screening. Ap ifoations
niay be obtained oilline at
www~columbiacountyfla':com or
.~the Hxiuman Resources10ffice,
Board of County Commi'ssion-
#2e0 ake Cty RL 355,
(386)7 19-2025. TDI3758-2139.
Deadilnn for a plicallons
N~o\emberz 6. 2009 ,
.44/EEO/ADA/VP employerr

Repo agent needed will need to
be licencred by the stlel,wvll hlelp in
getting licensed. need 3 yrs.
driving record and criminal
bitckgroubd check. Will train
:hours varies. call 386-752-2850
'for applications. .,


NEW GE White gas dryer.
N .Seie been used
: 3h6-7514-295 or 984-fl387



.Nice king size Royalez PIllow top
m: ; .natutrle ..'c 00s prints
$210
386i -954-037 or 386-754-9295.

QUEEN IRX SPRINGS.
Sand mattress set.
'$'125. obo.
386-754-3919orp84-0381 "


420 Wantedto Buy -
K&H TIMBER
We Buy Pine kardistood &
'Cypress 1 tge or small tracts.


430 G arage Sales
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All Yard Sale Ads
Must b~e Pre-Paid.


Land &r Home. Owner Financing
,on New mobile homes. 40%
equity. Landffrade In/Cash. Credit
oi income does not matter! Seroios
Inquires only! 386-362-6306
NEW 2010
Singlewides. Del &r set-up
(' 1 Brce 86 3692 63
NEW 2010. Doublewide 3+2.
tDel a( set-tild with A/C skirting &r
steps. Only $36,995.00. Call Bruce
386-362-6306



On yoqur property;
SFinancin~go A l u~p o2$94k off


650 ~do&Ln
Owner Fin n ilgd 5 mi.:'west of
LC. Roomy 3/2 in quiet communi-
ty. Metal roof, FP Small down &
$650. mo. 386-590-0642 867-1833


710 For Rent'
$400 MOVES YOU IN!
2 or rB21 Moabil dnes
(386) .755-2423.


--Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$100 1~day. Under cover shop-
periersed to judge retail &
mdrng esadblibsIen E~pe e cr

Tele~phorie Operator needed for lo-
cal answermg service. Shift Hours-
Min.a'Wagel- NoB fts.leMu t
voice, as well as computer skills.



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Outdoor/Indoor Table Tennis
excellent cond. Bought in 2006 for
$700.. Sell for $200. 386-785-
7849. Serious Inquiries Only

450 ~'th "**
PECAN HOUSE in Ellisville
I-75 &8 Hwy 441 @ Exit 414.
We bisy, Crack and also sell
pectls.,386-752-6896 or 697-6420


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BusinessAMania r Position
~Duties~ioelude bookikeeping,
accouhtstg, commercial tenant
Management, shed therrole of
eeciume~ assistantr. Candidate
mult be proficient in QuickBooks.
Excel, Powe rPoin and other
common computer prognimns.
PFlease sendl resume via email to
Sstewart8@bellsouthI.net or mail to
Westfield Realfy Group PO Box
3566 Lake Cit), FL 32056

e Eilablishe 19 rc~om lone
sz bng Friaem ae ~. Co s
$910/wk. Caml -8~00 25 63a68
ext` 333. wviww.bredtitpacific.com ~

Expe ieHc krfrd nS nd ply
to Box 04082, C/O The Lake City
Reporter, P.O. Box 1~709,
Lake City, FL,'32056
SLooking for a change? 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 Cliv FL 22056 or
chaulera-haull prils.coni .


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New MH 3br/2ba
$625/Mo. + 1st mo
Sand $750.sec. dep.
Call: 954-258-8841


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1 ACRE Lot for Sale
:Includes: Clearing, Well, Septic,
Power, Hooklips and~ALL Permits
$29,995. Jared @ 386-719-5560
jm_mattin23@yahoo.com


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Hiring Experienced Real
Estate Professionals.
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the toporehal etate com aes m
Call Charlie Sp51ks, Broker tit


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Pay and Benefits
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805 Lots for sale

law. Our readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellitigs atdver-
tised in thiis newspaper are avalil\-
ble on.an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
I1-UD toll fr~ee at 1-800-669-9777,
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810 Home for Sale

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


710 r'Ren hhed Apt.
041535426 .
Sugarmill AptS
Lake City, FL
386-758-5505
Move in Secial $500. de
1st month Rent Free
J 2Br/2Ba.
Rent $725~ Deposit $500
/ 3Br/2Ba
Rent $795.~ Deposit $500
Pets are Welcome


940 Trucks
1999 Ford F-250 Super Cab.
Power Srok D eel. reutong7.3elf
Like new. $8000. (352)339-5158

950 cars forsale
2004 CHEVY Cavalier LS Sport
6e5Kecmils t2,ly ldO.
386-752-6137

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770 Condos ForRent

3BR/2BA Excellent location, close
to town, pool, no pets. Ref. req'd
$1200 mo $120() dep .
386-752-9144 (daytime)*
752-2803 or 397-3500 after 5prn
St. Augustine Beach 3 Br 1600 sf
Weekends/weekly/monthly `
Call 36ela96-9 o 7dj8b-560


805 Lotsfor Sale

FSBO. 5 acrea in Spwanee
County. Boys Ranch &c Spirit of
the Suwannee area. $500. down
$375. mo 386-752-4597


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ho dig a weih hmaer ,t ile
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on race, color, religion, sex,
disability, familial status or nation-
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discrimirigtion." Familial status
iricds ci drut puned t re age of .
custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
dren'under the age of :18. This
Snewsp per twill no knorwngilb
State vhichi is ih v~iohition of the


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CO TED~CTE


Below A4pprai~sal Owner motivated
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage, 2 out
buildings. $164,888. Will consider
.reasonable offer 386-935-4205

Newv 3/2 Brick/HB on 1/2 Ac
rr /mnl\! upg rades Lake Jeffery
IMea ill consider rent with
Potopp to prhae Add it ood '
neighborhood on 1/2 ac lot, fenced
back y3d 7d~etache g~arage.
S7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales, Inc.
Neiv 3/2 home in Hamilton Co., Fl
, 4la es t~ved road. Bidding stdirs at
: :Ends 11/19 Call 22 -740-2152


2br/2ba with loft Apt. on .
Incdludesia tst, s~eyer g trasi.
Cidl Michelle 386-752-9626
EX-CLEAN ROOMY 2/- second
Iloor, deck. pn\ acy off Lk Jeffrey
Hwy 8 mi tos 6 6009mo + dep

NI~CE .lPT. dow'itoym. Remod-:
I'eled; kit., bd, ba, Jo, 1m. &-srxa
Im. Ref reri 5-10.00 mo hsec.
386-362-8075 or 386-754-295i1 -
Spacious, X-clean. 21 Duple.\ :
w aara, e /Dohook uCps &R dh- .
$625i/M~o.+1 Yr Lease. 352-377-
7652 Iv. message or 352-514-2332
Studios &e 1Sr's from $125 week.
Utilities &~ cable incl. Full size
kitchen, fridge &t ange.
386-752-2741 or 352-538-0292
Updated apartments w/nle floors
& fresh pamt Extcelent location.
From $525 plus securify
Call Michelle 386-752-9626
Wo OF 1i-75spacious'pew >
3BR/2BAL to ~nhome.
5620 and up. plus SD.
(386)96.5-0276 or (386)466-7392."

7 0 Furnised Apts
Park model Cabins/Camping
'llaalers. Monthly rentals, all util-
Inles mcluded: plus use of pool.
Call 386-7j55-945 for details.
Rooms for Rent. Hillcrest, Sands.
Columbia. All furnished. Electric,
cable. indge, rmerowave. Weekly
or monthly rates. I person 9135,
2 persons 5150. weekly
386-752-5808

730 ian ne is en/

S2 STORY, 2br/1.5 ~a on 6 acres.
Cornpletel) remodeled inside
ln/new applian~cs. 51000 me ly ,
last &r deposit. References
required 386-623-2016


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2007 Yamaha
Raptor 700
Power bomb klt, 4 new hole
shot tires, 2" spaces for front,
4" spacers for back.
S$4,500
Call
386-754-5564


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rhe inen and wonten of our military havYe alw-ays been
there to answer the call of ~duty. From the timne this Great
Country wa~s founded, our military~ has had the. self
sacrific ~g' task of~ protecting our.Great isladon.;i -

'That's wvhy we're proud to offa* `t~is chance to show~i
your apprecliatiba to the~ men and' woricntein service.
Simply fill out tie~ form and send it with $3j8.60.&:
:hoto if appilicable to the adidresiBbelevi; to be included
in' our military tribute page, appearing on 11/11/09.
It's the perfect way to give orr soldiers of the' past and
present ~the reognition they deserve.

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3/2 netier~ home cldse to town.
$~1100/mo, + $1000. deposit.
References required.
. 386-965-2267...
3BR IN TOWN.
$600. mo. plus $600. deposit.
386-344-2972

4B13B.1, 2-Siory, den dinlng rm
new 11 renov'atd 51100 mo. +
51100 iec. Ref. req. No pets 386-
752-9144/ 755- 2235/ 397-3$00.
4BR/2BA. BRANFORI).
148 NE Hillcrest Cr. pH/A.
$800mq. plus $800 deposit.
386-365-8543 or 866-606-8443
A4BR 2BA HUD Home!
ONLY $215/mo!!i
5%dn 15yrs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782


Beautifiil newer brick home on 5
acres. Outbuildings. 1262 SW
Wendy Terrace. $1195 sec.dlep.
(386)965-5560' or (386)344-3715
Duplex 2br/1ba. Remodeled,
$7!no et $g5 .deost '
386-623-7675 .
Forest Colintry S/D 2br/2ba
Brick, wf2car garage. Eawn
Ierv ice incl'. Greal school district '
Screened in palso I Y'r leisse re~q'do
No pens b1.100 me. 386-751'-6082:
dd '
750 BOffic RenalS
0453518
Office/tVarehouse
Space for Rebt
1000 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Located
behind Hwy Patrol, on
Arlington Blvd, going toward
middle school. 386-752-6806

For,Saile or Lease .06 acres & 1.1~
acres oti Tlurner Rd off Hwy 90
West. Each; with Warehouse. Great
business locations. 386-752-6367
Office Space located at Oakhill
Plaza on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
$700/mo. ph~is tax.
Call Bob RENTED
Retail Siiace
Heavy traffic area
800 Sf. & 1600 Sqft.
Call for quotes 1-800-342-0135


Classified Department: 755-5440


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810 Home for sale


LEASE W/OPTION TO BUY
4br/2ba,. 2 car garage.
$1,500. per mo
Susanl 386-623-6612, Realtor
Dauniel Crapps Agency, Inc.


820 F'm~sse

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

PASTURE WITH 5 STALLS
For lease. $500. mo.
SCall Michelle.
386-752-9626


Ws ~~fyYatdrfront

Suwannee Fl. 2br/1.5ba MH on
frekh Wiater canal. Reinodeled. 2
st lee.Rboat lift. V Id;lea 1l, i
Make offer. Nice. '386-752-6367


1L Bedrooms
**' 1 *"499. '5 left),,

2 Bedrooms
!!$555. (3. left)!! i

386-758-8029

& 5 C~omplexes -\


& Free Sat~ellite ~

S!!POOLS! '


386-7i54-1 0i0 '

2 br/Iba w/garage on the West side
"tbr/Iba w/garage on the East side.
Ist. Inst &secure.
386-755-6867
2 ~BR APT: .
Downlown Location. Clean.
5600) mo, plus Secunty. ~..
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456 1
2BR/1.5BA DUPLEX w/garage/
Luxl At 5 mifomVA :-
386-755-4590 or 365-5150


ADVERTISE ITr HRE!rr
Bring the picture in or wue wiill tak~e Cf foi youl
., Advertise your car, truck, motorcycle, recreation vehicle or '.
boat here for 10 :consecutive dpyis. If your vehicle does not sell
:.within those 10 days, for an additional $15 you can place your
a: d ~for an additiorial 10o days. A picture will run everyday with
:.a desenption of your vehicle. The price of the vehicle plust be
listed in the A~d..gour ad mus~t be prepaid with cash, check or
credit card. Just include a Snapshot or bringuyou liehile' by .
:sand we iiill take the~ picture for you. Private: party only -
Price includes a 6 day/ 4 linie classifed~ ad ~of the
Same vehirple in print and online.
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Page Editor: Emogene Graham 754-0404 LAKE CITY REPORTER ADVICE &( COMICS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009 5C


SApril 19): Threis let
going on -behind .closed
doors that you may want to
look into. If anyone around
you is being secretive, you
should question whiy. Being
left out of something that "
4 may influence your life per-
. sonally or professionally is
p apparent. ***
4 -f TAURUS (April 20-
a ~May 20): You'll be in the
limelight if you aren't care-
ful. Choose your battles
and refrain from talking
about something you knrow
little about. You will receive
poor information and may
*be blamed for meddling if
you pass' along what you -
hear.- AAAA
GEMINII (May 21-
June 20): Use your insight
1 -i and charm to weather any
storm brewinig at work or
with your peers. Be care-
f"i noteto offset much

handout. This person may
also wd~nt to take credit for
something you contributed.
**
a CANCER (June 2'1-
July 22)i Don't hold back
when you have so much to
gain by sharing and push-
ing your ideas. An emotion-
al encounter will help yo~u
clarify where you stand and
what your options are. Bte
forward-thinking and take


THE |.AS WORD .
"Eu nia Word
action. AAAA ~
L~EO' (July 23-Aug.
22)r: Dei't take anything
or anydtne for granted. The
time to lay your cards on the
table honestly and openly is
now. Alterations at home
can bringS financial gain.
Look into changes that will
stive you emotionally and
financially. AAA
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept;
22): You'll be attracted to
someone who may be off.
limits. Keep things ~simple
and avoid letting anyone
know how you fe~el. Mixing
business with pleasure may
be enticing but its certainly
not practical. -kAA
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22)i Your past perfor-
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courtesy a id you will avoid
a situation that will make
you nervous. AAA
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Nov. 21): Use your wit to
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ing with~ ~personal situations
that can alter the way things
are done at home. You can't
let anyone persuade~ you
to do things that don't ~suit
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Photos by JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
ABOVE: Columbia High Color Guard member Valentina Godbolt, 17, perforrris during the .
halftime show of the game against Godby High on Friday.

BELOW: Columbia High cheerleader Aiaina Timmons, 17, takes a knee for an injured
Godby High player Friday night.


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Columbia High running back Tiger Powell looks lor~lhe corner on a run against Godby High.


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Columbia46~jChariton Co.'41 i

Columbia l6, Gainesville l13

Columbia 38, Robert E. Lee 0

Madison Co. 56, Colunibial14

\ Columbia 40, Ridcjeview 28

Columbia 42,Eaist Ridge30.

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Wkic8Ed jlhlite(H) 7:30 p.m.


7 p.m.


good. against the run
this season, but the
Comnimnders will tr y
to pound at. theP Tigers
ivIith Turner azyi.Jacobie
Green, who also went
over the 10i0-yird
barrier in the contest.
Ofi course, the Tigers
also will try to run the
ball at Ed White, with
Tiger Powell nearing
the 1,000 mark on the
season after another
100t-\yard game'against
Godb y.


Wil l0 Suwannee (A) 7:30 p.m.


despite falling
last week in a
heartbreaker
to C~odby
High,2~1-18.
the Colum~bia High Tigers
have a chance to capture
the District 4I-4Ai title wcith
a viictory.against Ed Wihite
High on Friday.
The Tigers welcome
the Comimanders to
Tiger Stadium for a
7:30j p.m. kickoff with a
title on the line.
Coming off their


second loss of the
season, the Tigers,
(4-2-1) turn their
attention to an Ed White
team that is c'omping
off an impressive 41-24
beatdow~n of Ridg view
~~High in district play.
The Tigers must be
aware of running back
Casey Turner, 'wh6
cai-rikd the ball 17 times
for 134~ yards and three
touchdownsn ag~ains~t
SRidgevie.
Colunibia has been


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