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Taking education by the udder


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r State home sales
up, median price
liSes in Lake City.
By TROY ~ROBERTS
trooerts@lakiecityreporter. com

Single family home. sales
are surgmng in 'Florida,
although, numbers for the
Lake City-Live Oak area
continue to lag behind the


$158,000 in 2009.
According to those statis-
tics, Lake City-Live Oak had
the largest median sales
price increase in the state
and one of the lowest sales
increases. .
The state average of
homes sold saw an increase
of 34 percent, and a 19
percent decrease in medi-
an 'sales price. Nearby
Gaines'ville saw a 41 per.


cent increase in homes sold
and an 11 percent decrease
in median sales price, and
Jacksonville saw a 35 per-
cent increase mn homes sold
and an 18 percent decrease
in median sales price.
Djan Gherna, executive
vice president and CEO
of the Lakte City Board of
Realtors, said the average
HOME continued on 3A


state average.
According to statistics
from the Lake City Board of
Realtors, September single-
family, existing home sales
saw a 4 percent increase
-- from 24 homes sold to
25 homes sold --- ~from 2008
to 2009. However, the medi-
an sales price idecreased
more thail 18 percent for
' the 2008-2009 comparison,
~from $130,000 in 2008 to


City manager
apprOVeS request
for hot dog cart.
By ANTONIIA ROIBINSON
arobinson@lakecityreporter. com
Ben and Mary K~adel's
long quest to open a hot
dog stand in Lake City is
over. Deli Dogs and More
is now open in Olustee
Park.
Ben Kadel applied for
a hot dog cart license in
01ustee Park in 2008, but
he received a letter in
March ~from the city at that
time saying his request .
was denied.
According to the city's
ordinance, a food cart can
be operated anywhere in 1
the city, but the application
can be denied at the discre
tion of the city manger.
Scott Reynolds, former
city manager, didn't feel
the stand should be in,
01ustee Park because it
might interfere with other
downtown restaurants, Ben
Kadel said he was told.
At an April 21, 2008, City
Council meeting, Kadel
decided to appeal the
denial, but Council upheld
Reynolds' decision.
However, after new City
Manager Wendell Johnson
was hired in July 2009, Ben
Kadel reapplied for the
license.
"He approved it, and so
we're~ out here," he said.
SThis is not the Kadels
first foray into the busi-


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Mary Kedal, co-owner of Deli Dogs & More, displays a` kosher hot dog topped with chili, relish,
ketchup and mustard.Thursday afternoon in front of the Columbia Coubty Courthouse.


to get here," Mary Kadel
said. "W~e're happy to be
here."
The stand faces the
courthouse and annex and
is open. from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Monday through
Friday for now, Ben Kadel
said. The couple are work-
ing to find the best times.
"Wle're passing out
menus just as fast as we
can," Ben Kadel said.


being denied a license in
Lake City, Ben Kadel said.
They closed that stand
Because of alow volume of .
customers.
Olustee Park is an ideal
location for a hot dog stand
because of the number of .
people that work in the
krea and wiho visit the
courthouse and county
annex building.
"It's been a long wait


ness. ..
First they did their
research. The couple ate
hot dogs' at least twice a
day for a month to learn *
how to cook them just
right for their first stand,
Mary Kadel said.
Then, in the l980s, they
operated a stand in down-
town ICharlotte, N.C.
iMore recently, the had
a stand in Fort White after


COW Town USA
exhibit teaches
milk production.
By TONY BRITT
thritt@lakecityreporter.com

The opportunity to milk
a cow or goat doesn't often
roll into town, but as a spe-
cial feature for the 55th
Annual Columbia County
Fair, .local residents will
have that ~opportunity as
part a unique exhibit: at this
year's fair.


Cow Town USA is a
museum exhibit which con-
tains an old-time creamery
where people can partici-
pate in preparing a cow or
goat for niilking, by hand or
machine.
The exhibit has one milk-
ing cow and, two milking
goats, as well as a few beef
cows for display purposes
and ponies for a pony ride.
"Children have a chance
to learn where milk comes
fEromn and they have a chance
to do a hands-on milking,"
said Livestock superinten-


dent for the exhibit, Rusty
McCray. "Every person that
comes through will have a
chance to milk the cow."
-McCray, a -Fort White
resident, is in charge of con-
ducting the milking demon-
strations. The~displays are
done twice a day.
As pat-t of the exhibit,
fair-goers will learn about
the origins of milk and how
it is taken to production;
and about other products
that are made from milk.
FAIR continued on 3A


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Rusty McCray, of Fort White, demonstrates on Millie, a 1,100-
pound Hlolstein co~w, the proper way to milk a cowj. The Cow
Town USA exhibit is a special feature for the 55th Annual
Columbia County Fair.


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By TONY BRITT
thritt@lakecityreporter. com

Columbia County officials
were briefed on the coun-
ty's economic development
efforts led by the Industrial
Development Authority
Thursday. The briefing.was
part of a quarterly county
commission-IDA workshop.
The workshop was held
Thursday ni~orning at
the tl e Shor nHe eta
room and
served as
the county .
sion s' first
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IDA board
sh ncDA Poole
separated
fErom the Columbia County
Chamber of Commerce.
During the two-hour
workshop,i which began 9
a.m., IDA officials explained
their pre-approved travel
policy for IDA's executive
director, Jim Poole and dep-
uty director, Gina Reynolds,
and discussed newv proce-
dures and changes to han-
dle the iigency's budget.
The IDA is a dependent
taxing atithority under the
board of county commis-
sioners and the ~author-
ity has decided to- use the
county's accounting policies
and -procedures to adminis-
ter its budget. As a result of
the change, the authority
will now have the ability to
do iriternal line item budget
amendments as the county
does. IDA chairman bonna
Brown said that the IDA
previously had different ley-
els of budget amendments.
"Our goal is to mirror
the county's ~fiscal policy,as
much as possible said IDA
member Suzanne Norris.
Norris also noted the
authority is planning' to
use information ~from the
county's salary survey to
make sure people are paid~
IDA continued on 3A


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Today
a. Finally Firiday
Finally Friday starts
with music from the band
Justin Case; and Trunk
or Treat for kids 12 and
urider at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 30.
in 01ustee Park. A costume
contest is at 7:45 p.n.
for kids 6 and under and ~
ages 6 to 12. The movie
"Monsters vs. Aliens" will
be shown after the cos-
tume contest. This' event
is free to the public and all
are invited. This will be the
last Finally Friday~of the
season. Call (386) 752-0370
for more information.

a The Hunt for
Blackbeard's Ghost
Join in the search for
Blackbeard's ghost. The
haunn ep rierie nceisp.
today and Saturday. There
will be continual walk-
throughs. Admission is $2
and all proceeds go to the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Blackbeard's ship was last
seen at 19358 SW State
Road 47, one mile south of
the Fort White Light.

Saturday
a Hallowveen fun night
Richardson Community
Center is-hosting a )
Halloween Fun Night from
4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, There
will be fun games, fre?
food and candy and face
painting. The first 50 kids
-get a glow necklace. Meet
Lake City Police Chief
Argatha Gilmnore-

aHallelujah Festival
Grace Harbor Ministries
is presenting a Hallehijiah ~
Festival from 3 to 6 p.m.
'Saturday irr01ustee Park.
There will be dance,
drama, prices, a live band
and free candy.

e Halloween fun at Lake
City Mall
There will be a
Halloween celebration
from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, at the Lake City
Mall. It is for children up to
12 years old. Face painting
is from 4 to 5:15 p.m. Arts
and crafts i's from 4 to 6'
p::teA csumn 33 ntes 0 "
p.in. Trick or treating is
Trom 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Call
755-4848 for more informa-
tion.

aThe Hunt for .
Blackbeard's Ghost
Join in the search for
Blackbeard's ghost. The
haunting experience is
from 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Saturday. There will be
continual 'walk-throughs.
Admission is $2 and all
proceeds go to the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation.

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M Songwriter Eddie Holland
is 70.
M Actor Ed Lauter is 69.
R&B singer Otis Williams
(The Temptations) is 68.


III Actor Dick G tier is 72.
M Movie director Claude
Lelouch is 72.
H Rock singer Grace Slick
is 70.


Daily Scripture
"Therefore, I urge you, brothers,
in view of God's mercy, to offer
your bodies as I~vang sacrifices,
holy and pleasing to God this is
your spiritual act of worship."
Romans 12:1

Thought for Today

"It almost seems that nobody can
hate America as mirch as native
Americans. America needs new
immigrants to love and cherish
it."
-- Eric Hoffer,
American philosopher (1902-1 983)


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CORRECTION

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iterns. If you have a concern, question or suggestion, please
call the executive editor. Corrections and clarifications will run
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The exhibit will also
provide .the opportunity
for people to make butter-
milki with churns and taste
samples of butter from the
churned milk.
"We are so excited
to be able to bring Cow
Town USA to Lake City,
said' Columbia County
Resources director Wanda
Jones. "We think it's a won-
derful educational exhibit.
Kids are going to be able to
learn how to make. butter
and they're goings to see a
live~ animal. We just think
this is such a great addition
to our fair for the agricul-
ture portion of the fair."
McCray said the exhibit is
geared for anyone between
the ages of 2 and 90.


all those other great prod-
ucts with, plus most people
won't. have an opportunity
to milk a cow. This is both
fun and. educational."
.Michael Sandlofer, who
is mn charge of the show,
had been nadentecrtain~men
still has a wild west show.
"He's always been into
educational programs
and rescued animals and
things like that," McCray
said, noting several of his-
family members worked
for Sandlofer. "He needed
some help and a couple of
years ago he called me. It
feels great to be working a't
home. It's really nice to be
able to sleep in my own bed
at night and take a shovier
in the morning."


"We get young and old
alike," he said. "Some of the
kids are barely big enough
to walk up the steps to milk
the cow and I had a lady that
was 88 years old come up
and milk the cow. She said
she used' to do it when she
was a child and she didn't
think she would ever have
the opportunity again."
McCray said it's impor-
tant to showcase this exhib-
it because children today
don't understand where
milks comes from.
"For a lot of kids, milk
just comes from a jug at
Wal-Mart," he said. "They
also don't know that milk
you get from ii cow is what
you make your cheese, but-
ter, yogurt, ice cream and


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in accordance to county
policy.
As authority members
discussed "Go to Marktet
Columbia County," Jeff
Simmons gave a presen-
tation detailing the duties
and tasks of the authority's
"rudder team."
The rudder team is a
group of local individuals
from various professional
backgrounds who are used
to help guide the local eco-
nomic development pro-
cess. They also are tasked
with establishing 'the
groundyvork for the coun-


ty's economic development
Based on local resources
and assets. ,
The rudder team has had
fdur sessions and focused
its emphasis on launching
local plans; site assess-
ments for local areas; tar-
getirig industries looking
into the area; and looking
at communities gof similar
size to review their success-
es and failures in attracting.
business.
The rudder team concept
was developed after county
officials voted in favor of
establishing a marketing


plan for specific areas of
the county.
Following Simmons' pre-
sentation, the focus of tfie
workshop went to future
items where members from
both boards. discussed the
.importance -of communica-
tion, adhering to confiden-
tiality agreements with -pro-
spective businesses looking
to set-up in the area and
the role utilities will play in
growing the county. Filling
the current vacancy on the
IDA's board was also dis-
cussed, as well as criteria
for potential appointees.


Blackbeard's ship, was last
seen at 19358 SW J~State
Road 47, one mile south of
the Fort White Light.

a Halloween Bash

The Sixth Annual
Halloween Safety Bash
is from 6 to 9 p.m. Oct.
31 at the Lake City Fire
DepartmI~ent. Free glow
necklaces, bracelets, reflec-
tive trick-or-treat bags and
candy will be available.
Sponsors are the Lake City
Fire Departmnent, Columbia
County EMS, City of Lak~e
City and WQHL.

a Family Fall Fest
The Sixth Family 'Fall
SFest Christ Central is from
6 to 9 p~m. Saturday. The
event is an alternative to
Stick or treating for the chil-
dren. All business are invit-
ed to participate, the only
requirement is to bring a lot
of candy for the children.
Best fall decorated booth
wins grand prize. There will
be contests with prizes, big
bounce houses, candy, live
entertainment, hay rides,
Concession, police, fie and
ambuhgnce. For a registra-
tion packet and more infor-
mation call 755-2525.


Continued From Page 1A

sale~ prices of homes sold in
September` this year com-
pared to 2008 were sub-
stantially higher. .He did
note, however, there were
fewer homes sold that were
priced above $250,000.
Gher-na said that the rea-


son for the higher medi-
an sales price is because
"there is.a lot of reluctance
to drop the prices of homes
around here.
He noted that statistic
from the year's third quar-
ter, which are expected m


the coming weeks, will pro-
vide a better look at the
health of the market.
"I think the numbers are
showing that we're get-
ting back," Gherna said,
into a more steady mar-
ket."


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a Fall celebration .

lehetucknee River Baptist
Church is hosting a free
fall harvest celebration at
5 p.m. Saturday. The event
will inchide bounce houses,
games, a cake walk, fish
pond, popcorn, hamburg-
ers, hot dogs, chili cook-off
and more. The community
is invited. The church is
located on County Road 137
between Highway 27 and
Branford Hig-hway.

aLCCC book sale

Co munit 011ge Librity
book sale is more than
30 years opens at 9 p.rn.
Saturday in the JHoward
Conference Center. There
will be more than 3,000
books, including fiction
nonfiction, classics and chil'
dren's books. There will also '
be encyclopedia sets, films,
music and more. Book sale
.hours are: 9 .a.m. -.3 p.m.
Oct. 31, 12-3 p.m. Nov. 1,.
4-7 p.i'ii. Wov. 2, larid 4-7'
p.m. Nov. 3. The library is
also requesting donations
from the community for
children's books. Contact
the library at libr~iry@lake-
citycc.edu or 741-4401.


.60th reunion
The class of 1949
will celebrate their 60tl'
reunion Saturday.' There
will be an informal catered
noon lunch at Chasteen's
Downtown, 204 N. Marion
Avenue. Information for
reservations will be mailed
soon. Addresses needed
for the following: Joanne
Austin, Riley East, Earl
Jones, Minnie Lee Harrell
gD r lay Saders ae S ev
tion, contact Gene Robarts
at 752-7384.4

a King and Queen Affair
A King and Q'ueen Affair
is Saturday at the Winfield
- Community Cen~ter. Dinner
will be served at 7 p.m.
and the affair begins -at 9
p.m. There will be a jazz
musician. Costumes are
requested but optional. For
more information contact
(3863) 335-6293 or (386) 984-
0401.


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New library

should book

the needs of

Our county

n investment in the
future of education
is riever ill-timed,
and confimation
Aof a new Colungbia
County Public Library branch
in Fort White is good news
as long as this facility's.next
chapter complemeihts current
resources in Lake City's Main
Branch and Wiest Branch loca- ~
tions.
Studies show that Fort White
needs; a liibrary bigger than the
two-decade-old structure now
housed in a renovated jail. But
libraries don't come cheap, and .
at a local cost of $1 million, ~it
is imperative the n'ew building
house a facility that~ can adapt
to the growing needs of the
county. .
Already, the three branch-
es work in fdine tandem.
Interlibrary connections
between the branches, and
loans between other library
systems, assure that patient
patrons need not travel from
Sone branch to another to obtain
available materials.
While all three branches
offer typical library services
-- books', technology and ~
media each facility also has ~
a more direct foculs. With West
Branch's eye on multi-media


would center on its book col- .
section.
With almost 3,000-square-feet
planned for, books, Fort White's
new facility will have the space
for such a strategy if it is well
executed, even in ddd1Sitiifi ita ''
plans for a mini-cafe, a comput-
er Ai an a meetn ro m.h
opportunity to look over the
entire system's ~current book
deficiencies, and then take
stock. Such a move will com-
plete the third leg of a fine
library ready~ to embrace the
full needs of our county.
HI GH iL IG HiiT S
i I ST:O RY
Today is Friday, Oct. 30,
the 303rd day of 2009.
There are 62 days left in the
year.
a On Oct: 30,T938, the radio
play "'Thie War of the Worlds,"
starring~ Orson Welles, aired on
CBS.

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drug companies to protect their
profits in exchange for backing
Shis health care program poli-
tics as usual. How~ will this
affect the seniors: higher taxes,
higher out of pocket medical
payments and less quality of -
health care with the coming n
influx of added people to the
health care p~rogram.
.In his campaign speeches
he promised to tax the large
corporations earnings overseas.
After a meeting with the "big
boys," all of a sudden there will
be no IRS expansion to collect
overseas earnings, resulting in a
possible $200 billion loss of col-
lection of taxes each year. How
About the IRS looking the other
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yet is proposing to ~fine us if we
don't carry health insurance.
Where is Obama exercising his
duty as president? Our boys are
dyring in Afghinistan, due to
his lack of leadershiip. How is it
that he sits on his throne while
the value of the ~dollar is sinking
daily? All he has to do is tell the
feds to raise interest rates. He-is
in bed with Wall Street and does
not have a clue how to lowgr
Our 10 percent unemployment
rate.
His answer is to extend
unemployment benefits and
print more money for another
stimulus. I don't know if it is
dereliction of duty, just plain stu-
pidity or is his real agenda to
destroy America?
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and wife Shannon of Lake City.
One daughter, Tamumy Mogck
and husband Gregg of Mt.
Ephraim, N.J. One sister, Gloria
(Larry) Turner oflWhite Oak, Ga.
One brother, Garyc (Kelley) Lee,
of Ormond Beach. He is also
survived by three stepsisters,
Kathy, Judy and Melissa. Papa
Terry is also survived by nine
grandchildren. Terry also leaves
many aunts, uncles, nieces,
nephews and .many special
relatives ~and friends .to mourn
his passing. A funeral' service
celebrating Terry's life is planned
for 3P.M. Sunday, November 1,
2009 at his church home, Bethel
United Methodist Church, U.S.
441 South, Lake City. Visitation
will precede services from 1:30
till 3P.M. in the church sanctuary.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made payable to the "'Robert
Cares Fund" of Bethel UMC,
4843 l).S. Hwy South 441, lake
City, FL. 32025. Gateway-
Forest Lawn Funeral Home
is in charge of all arrangements
3596 South U.S. Hwy 441
Lake City, Florida. (386)752-
1954. Please sign guest book
at www.gatewayforestlawn~com


Barbara Lee R~ancken
Mrs. Barbara Lee Rancken,
68, of Lake City, died Monday,
October 19, 2009 in the North
Florida Regional Medical Center
following an extended illness
Wri da can Rert e <1lbn o
Cincinnati, Ohio. Her family
moved to Ft. Lauderdale, FL in
the 1950's; where she embarked
on. spromisinco c reer in sh w
celebrity. In spite of this she
happily gave up her place mn the
limelight to become the wife of
John T. Rancken; her greatest
passion in life was to be an
excellent wife and mother. She
supported her husband's decision
'to volunteer for Vietnam, where
he served as a naval officer.
Meanwhile back here in the
U.S. she served as legislative
chairperson for the women"s
branch of the CA Republican
Party; acting as one of the'.few
youthful conservative leaders in
a state which was in political
chaos. When her husband left the
service with the end of the .war,
she was a help mate to him in his
career as a tax accountant and
airline executive. After many
long years of waiting and prayer,
she became the mother of two
sons, John and Daniel in 1976
ddicte~d an leoya m athlown o
placed the welfare: of her children


above everything else save God.
When the family moved to Lake
City in 1991, despite already
declining health, she played an
active (albeit lower key) role
in the community and church,
predominately throtigh a life of
prayer, just like she had since
childhood, while still acting on
a grass roots level in politics,
just at a reduced pace because .
of her health. She was preceded
in death by her husband; but is
survived by her two sons, John
Rancken of Lake City, florida;
and Daniel Rancken of Cape
Canaveral, Florida; her sister,
Mary~ Scallan of Gainesville,
Florida; and her two brothers,
Robert Scallan of LaBelle,
Florida and Thomas Scallan of
Pompano, Florida. A funeral mass
will be conducted at 12:30 P.M.
on Saturday, October 31.2009 in
the Epiphany Catholic Church
with Father Matthew Eriksen
officiating. Interment will follow
in the Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church Cemeter)y. The
family will receive relatives,
friends and acquaintances from
5-8:00 Friday evening at the
funeral home. Arrangements
are under the direction of the
DEES-PARRISH FAMILY
FUNERAL HOME, 458
South Marion Avenue,
Lake City Florida 32025
(386)752-12341. Please sign
the family gulest book at wwwc~u


Pernina Asque Tillman
Pernina Asque Tillman, age 77
resident of Lake City, Fla. and
former resident of Goulds, Fla
bd eudFriday, Otobe 2e3, 998
Lake City, terminating an illness.
She was the daughter of the
late Eunice Asqlue Lee & Willie
Asque. Shte was raised by her
grandmother, the late Virginia
Vickers. She spent her early
childhood in Goulds, Fla. and
attended the Dade County Public
Schools. She united with Morning
Star Baptist Church and in later
life joined Macedonia Church
in Richmond Heights under the
leadership of pastor Grolatt.
She enjoyed interior decorating,
sewing and fishing. She moved
to Lake City and joined The
Community Revival Center hnder
the leadership of pastor Clyde
Douglas Survivors include 7
children, Albertha _Tillman,
James Tillman, Joyce Tillman,
Lavern Tillmen and Laconnie
Howard; 36 grandchildren; 53
great grandchildren; 4 great
gr at gradsl. Fu -ral services f r


Helen Buiey
Funeral arrangements for Ms.
Helen Buiey are incomplete at
this time and will be announced
Slater. Arrangement entrusted to
Combs Funeral Home. 292 NE.
Washington Street Lake City,
Florida 32055," 386-752-4366.
Marq Combs-Turner, L.F.D.>
COMBS FUNERAL HOME
"The Caring Professionals"

Terrell A. (Terry) Lee
Mr. Terrell A. (Terry) Lee,
64, passed away October 27,
2009 at his home following a
lengthy illness. Terry was bom
in Tampa, Florida to Henry Alton
and Dahlia Lee and spent much
of his childhood in St. Mary's
Georgia. Terry was a member of
the local Masonic Lodlge and the
Shriners. Terry was and active
and faithful member of Bethel
United Methodist Church, Lake
City, Fl. Terry and his wife
Margie originally moved to
Lake City in 1979 when Terry
accepted a management position
with Big Star/ Colonial Foods.
He later managed the Western
Steer Restaurant in Lake City. '
While managing the Western -
Steer Family Restaurant. He was
awarded the "Presidential Million
Dollar Club Award for 1981".
This was the first honor of this
level for th& Lake City restaurant
and Terry clearly accepted this
award recog'itzing his` loyal
customers a em lo ees asdtha
position with the Stockholders
of the .Western. Steer Family
Restaurant in Cordele, Ga. Later
ae oinfd hew lChef SLouoO k
St. Augustine and opened the
new Saint Augustine Pier which
included concession and'leisure
management responsibilities.
Terry's priority was family first
leading him to return to the small
town amenities of Lake City.
Terry loved this small town and
Finished. out a successful career
-:with Witm1 Dixie. Terry enjoyed
spending time with family,
hunting, fishing and watching
football. He quickly developed
.relationships as evidence of
his outgoing personality. He
neverr met a stranger. Most
recently, spending time with his
grandchildren was his greatest
source of joy. They were truly
the light of his life. Terry was
predeceased by his parents and
:stepparents, a sister, Laura and
brother, Hal. He is survived
::by his lovitig wife of 41 years,
aos Matt L ad wi e Shaniwo
St. Augustine, Fl. and John Lee


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Jamia Jackson
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Skeleton Federation's
World Cup team.
The first qualifying was
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Complex in Lake Placid,
N.Y., on Oct. 13-14.
On day one, Jackson
teamed with Elana
Meyers for a bobsled
combined run of 1:55.49,
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Olympic Park irr~ark
City, Utah, for
competition last week.
On Saday, Jackson _
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third place. Jackson and
Ingrid Marcum placed
third on! Sunday with a
combined time of 1:44.24.
The pilots selected for
the world Cup team were
Shauna Rohbeck, Erin
Pac and Br-ee Schaaf.
Rohbeck was grantedl a
bye for the team based
on her 2008-09 season
results. Pac and Schaaf
won the trials.
Pushers picked were
Michelle Rzepka and
Emily Azevedo, along
With Fleem ~g, Gruebel

Robert Hartley, wh~o
played at Fort White -
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subject of an article on
SOct. 20 by Tallahassee
Democrat-staff writer St.
Clair Murraine.
The 6-7, 320-pound
offensive lineman
expressed frustration
after.the Rattlers had
only 35 yards rushing
against South Carolina
State. Prior to that,
Murraine noted the
linte was top-rated in the
MEAC and the Rattlers
were ,averaging. 163.3
yards rushing per game.
Hartley plays behind
senior Chris Sands.
"In high school, I just
ran over people," Hartley
Swas quoted. "T have to
get more focused than
ever now."

Two former Lake City
Community College
athletes have written in


play e bf o hs i
1994-96, asked about
coach Tom Clark. Jamie
said he is in his 10th
year teaching PE and
coaching baseball and
football at Langley High
in Virginia.
SFC Trevor Thomas, .
who played basketball in .
1988-90, asked if anyone
had articles or pictures
on the Timber wolves
from those days.

M Tim Kirby Is sports editor


of the Lake City Reporter,


Falons, Wolves
compete in 10th
cup contest.
By BRANDON FINLEY .
bfinley@lakecityreporter. com

There 'have been '10
Commander's Cup battles
between Lake~ City and
Richardson Middle Schools,
anid following Thursd~ay's
game at Tiger Stadium, the
series is once again tied.
Lak~e City came awray
with the 24-6 victory after
allowing the Wolves to get
on the scoreboard first.
It was the Ealcons first
win in the series in three
seasons.
The Woi~lves ate up
the clock on their :first
possession driving the
length of the ~field on a' 4:57
drive to take are early 6-0
lead.
Austin Williams kept the
drive alive on a quarterback


keeper. ori fourth a~nd one.
Akeem. Jones added the;
score from the two yard

linder, waiting a' wh lto
.get his hands. on the hall,
Rakeem Battle showed up
to the game with a 20-yard
run.
SThe Falcoirs continui~udW
to grind ,it down the
field behind Trey Marshall
and ~Kellen Snid'er runs
setting up a third and
goal.
Two consecutive fumbles
resulted in the Falcons.
being shut out from the
scoreboard early on.
Davin Pierce broke a
40 yard run to the 36 of
the~ Falcons on the ,first
play of Richardson's next
possession, but weren't
able to get any points out of
the drive.
The half ended with the
Falcons holding the ball
less than five minutes.
";They were able to


BRANDON FINLEY/Lake City Reporter
Coaches and veterans gather with the Commander's Cup MVPs following the Falcons 24-6
win on Thursday.


run, but it was the' \vay that
he ended the game that
helped the Falcons pick up
the victory.,
Battle scored and

FALCONS continued on 2B


We decided to play in the
second half and were able
to put together some nice
drives."
Battle began the second
half the same way he started
the first half with a 20 yard


control the ball and ate up
a lot ~of the clock in the
~first half," Falcons' coach
Jeff Tyre said. "We were
able to move the ball, but
we fumbled in a situation
we shouldn't fumble in,


Columbia can
winDistrict 4-4A .
~title with win. .


By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter. com .

Coach Craig Howard said
earlier this season that there
aren't a lot of recent dis-
trict~championship banners
hanging in the Coh'imbia
Higi gym. There was mlen-
tion that there aren't any
players roaming the halls
with district, champion-
ship shirts. That could all
change tonight if the Tigers
come out with a victory
agamdst t Ed White' High
Columbia hosts White
'tonight in a battle for the
District 4-4A champion-
ship On the line at Tiger
Stadium.. Kickoff is. slated
for 7:30 p.m.
The Comimanders come
in undefeated in the dis-
trict at 3-0 with a 5-2 over-
all record. Coh~imbia has
already beaten Lee and
Ridgeview, but still hias
'Wolfson left to play. The
Tigers, however, can clic~h
the district due to a head-to-
head win against, White,
The Commanders come
in averaging more than 400
yards per game of offense,
and run a Wing-T system.
Casey Turner is the leader
of the' offense, and ~will be
called upon to carry much
of the load for White.
"He's their, best players'
Howard said. "He's ran fr
something like' 18 touch-
downs and averages about
185 yards per game'. He'S


hdd
.~ JASON MATTHEW WALK(ERLake City Reporter
Columbia I-igh's Brach Bessant (22) and Curtis Washington (99) try to force a Godb~y ball
carrjgy ag( of bounds on Oct. 23.


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TIM KIRBY/Lake City Reporter
Coach Demetiic Jackson (left) speaks with the, Fort White High Indians after practice on


STIGERS continued on 2B Wednesday.


Santa Fe reeled off four.straight
points and took control. Kaycee
Baker came on facing set point and .
served seven points.
The Lady Indians carried the
momentum over into the second
set, which stood at 11-10 in favor
of Santa 'Fe at the midpoint. The
Raiders again scored four straight
points and went on for the win.
"W~e were right with them the
first two games," Fort White head
coach Doug Wohlstein said. "Vje
missed a couple of serves in each


game and that was the difference.
We gave them too many opportuni-
ties to beat us and you can't do that
against Santa Fe."
Sarah Resta led Fort White with
10 kills. Sarah Stringfellow had 14
digs and Erica Rossell added 12.
Brigitte Lapuma followed Baker
with five service points. Colee
Rendek had three service points.
As district runner-up Fort White
qualified for the playoffs for a sec-
ond straight year and will travel to a
first-round match on Tuesday.


Lady Indians 25-20, 25-17, 25-10.
"WIe have two seniors (Cynthia
Smith and Ashley Williams) who
were always runners-up and they
gave a heartfelt' message to the
team that they wanted it bad,:,
Raiders coach Michele Faulk said.
"Thiey really turned it: on and I am
glad to getit for the seniors."
The teams have met: twice before
this season with Santa Fe winning
both matches. Fort White hung
tough.
It was 4-4 in the first set before


Epic 'Battle'


poen ial


First place on the
line for Indians,
Bulldogs tonight.

By TIM KIRBYr;
tkirby@lakecityreporter-com
FORT WHITE Fort
White High football's quest
for its first district title will
be put to the test today.
The Indians host Taylor
County High for a-:7:30, p.m.
kickoff.
Fort White (3-4) is 2-1 in
District 2-2B; Taylor County
(5-2) leads the district at
3-0. A Fort White win would
pull the Indians even with
the Bublldog ser giv them

"It is .on everybody's
mind that things opened up
and gave us a better oppor- ~
turnty for district," Fort
White head coach Demetric
. Jackson said at; the end -of
practice on. Wednesday.
"W~e have had good praic-
lices all week. The guys
have a great- attitude and
great spirit."
The Bulldogs are coming
to Arrowhead Stadium on a
four-game win streak.
"Taylor` County is good
and they are playing good
football," Jackson said. "We
have a big challenge in front
of us.")
Playing much of last week
in a driving rain at East
Gadsden High, Fort White
quarterback~ Alex Gilmer
only threw six passes. One
went to Roy Blake for 60
yards and a touchdown. It
was the eighth touchdown
pass of th~e season for
Gilmer.

INDIIANS continued on 2B3


Fort White falls in
district 5-3A volleyball
tournament Thursday.

Ily TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com

AIACHUA Fort White High
volleyball faced a raucous crowd
and an outstanding Raiders team in
the finals of the District 5-3A tour-
nament on Thursday. Santa Fe won
the championship match over the





SCOREBOARD


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-INDIANS: Defense leads attack

SContinued From Page 1B


LAKE CITY REPORTER SPORTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2009


Page Editor: Tim Kirby, 754-0421


Continued From Page 11


a SlaSher type with speed.
He's got about 20 or 30 divi-
SiOD One Of~fers. He's just a
real deal type of guy."
The Commanders
aren't a team that's going
to try to trick you with
fancy play calling. Their
OffenSe is set up to lull a
team to sleep with precise
TURS and then.hit the home
lun. To win, Columbia
'muSt guard against the big
play.
"It's a package' series
OffenSe Howard said.
'vhy ant to hit on all
points of attack. They'll
run the dive, the qluarter-


Oakland at San Diego, 4:05 p.m.
Jacksonville atTennessee, 4:05 p.m.
Minnesota at Green Bay 4:15 p.m.
Carolina at Arizona, 4: 15 p.m.

Atlanta aM edwq rleans 8:30 p.m.
Open: New England, Cincinnati,
Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Washington,
Tampa Bay

Top 25 schedule
Today's Game
No. 20 West.Yirginia at South
Florida: 8 p~m.
Saturday's Games
No.nvl I Florida vs. Georgia a '
aNo 3 Teicas atF N. 13 Oklahoma
StateB pm.
No. 4 Southern Cal at No. 10 Oregon,
8 p~m, .
No Cnint t Sr cs ne, No
3 p.m. '
No. 7 iowa vs. Indiana, Noon
No. S TCU vs. UNLV, 4 p.rh.
No. 9 LSU vs.Tulane, 8 p~m.
No. 11 Georgla Tech at Vanderbilt,
7:30 p.n? ~
No. 12 Penn State at Northwestern.
4;30 p.m.
blo. 15 Houston vs. Southern Miss,
I p.m.
No. 17. Oblo State vs. New Mexico
State, Noon
No. 18 Miami at Wake Forest,
3:30 p.m.
No. 19 Utah vs.Wyoming. 8 p.m.
No. 21 South Carolina at Tennessee.
7:45 p~m.
No. 22 Oklahoma vs. Kansas State,
No. '24 Mississippi at Auburn.
12:21 p.m.
No. 25 Notre Dame vs. Washington
State at San Antonio 7:30 p.m.

BASKETBAtLL

NBA games
Today'd Games
New York at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Milwaukee at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.

Chichno enBostAon8 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Detroit, 8 p.m.
Miami at Indiana, 8 p.m.

Ce elan at MMn eson, 8.m.

srad tN w I amN, 8 p.m.
DIrmet at Ne Orlas8p .


AP Tbp 25 preseason

Tha'top 25.teams in The Associated
Prass' preseason 2009-10 college liasket-
ball Fkllithb first-place votes in paren-
theses: jnal 2L008;09' reedrds, total polats
basedjon 25 points for a first-place vote
through one point for a 25th-place vote
and last year's final ranki g: PsFn

I1.Kansas (55) '27-8 I,612 14
2.Michigan St.(5) 31-7 1,515 8
3:Texas (1) ~, 23-12 1,397 -
4. Kentucky (3) 22-14 1,372 -


back~ pitch and all the basic
plays. Everything's going
to look the same. We just
can't let them pick up the
big 20 yard gains. That will
kill you." -
In a game like this, it
won't come down to the
~team with the fanciest play
calling. Howard has touted
that the most physical and
fundamental team should
win throughout the year.
This will be the Tigers
chance to play that type of
game.
Columbia has been
battle-tested for a dis-
trict: championship game


throughout the course of
this season with teams like
Charlton County (Georgia),
Madison County and
Godby high schools. It's
all been leading up to this
game, and Howard's recipe
for success remains the
same.
"The team that can
execute the fundamentals,
block, tackle and make
good decisions will be a
champion," Howard said.
"W~e can't get all caught up
in the hoopla of homecom-
ing. We need to focus and
do our job without being
caught up in it."


5.Villanova 30-8 I,347 II
6. North Carolina (1)34-4 1,320 2
7.Purdue 27-10 1,284 17
8I.WestVirglnla 23-12 1.115 -
S.Deunknese 230-7 1,08 6
II.Butler 26-6 864 22
12. Connecticut 31-5 844 5
13. California 22-I 1 800 -
14.Washingtor\ 26-9 776 IS
15 ic igan 2.1 7
17.Ok;lahoma 30-6 410 '7
18.Mississippi St. 23-13 ~393 -
19. Louisville 31-6 335 1-
20O.Georgetown. !1615:' 326 -

2:erga Tech I 121 1
23.lliois 24-10 '282 -
24. Clemson 23-9 21'7 24
25. Minnesota 22-1 I 172 -
Sl others recei ing votes: Mar lan tf 7
92,Vanderbilt 90, Syracuse 83, Oklahoma
SSt. 65, UC1.A63;Florida 53,Wake Forest
50, Xavier 42, Gonzaga 37, South Carolina
28, Kansas St. 24, BYU 2I, N.Iowa I 6,Tulsa
16, Mississippi 15,Texas A&M IO, Missourl
8, Boston College 6, Pittsburgh 4; Utah St.
2, Va. Commonwealth 2, W. Kentucky 2.
i Holy Cross 1. Old Dominion I.

AUTO RACING

Race week

NASCAR
SPRINT CUP
AMP Energy 500
Site:Talladega,Ala.
Schedule: Today, practice (Speed,
2-3:30 p.m., 4-5 p.m.); Saturday, qualifying
(Speed, noon-3 p.m.); Sunday, race, I p.m.
(ABC, noon-5 p~m.).
Track: Talladega Superspeedway (oval.
2.66 miles).
Race distance: 500 miles, 188 Iaps.
CAMPING WORLD TRUCKS
Mountain Dew 250
Site:Talladega,Ala.
Schedule: Today, practice, qualifying
(Speed, 5-7 p~m.); Saturday, race. 4 pmrp
(Speed, 3 3 -6:3e0 p.S espeday
Race distance: 250.4 me, 94 1aps.

Next race: O'Reilly Challenge, Nov.
7, Texas Motor Speedway. Fort Wo ,
To st week: Brad Keselowski raced to
h fouet victory of shehyear.M hlin

FORMULA ONE
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Site:Abu Dbabi. United Arab Emirates.
Schedule: Today, practice (Speed,
9-10:30 akm.); Saturday, practice (Speed,
9-10:30 a.m.), qualifying, Sunday race.
B8a.m. (Speed, 7:30-10 a.m..4-30-7 pim.).
Track:Yas Marina Circuit.
Race distance: 189.8 mildis,55 laps.
NHRA FULLTHIOTLE
NHRA1.asVegas Nationals
Site: Las Vegas*
a P Igoug Tdy qualifying; Sat ray
Sunday, final eliminations (ESPN2; 7:30-
10:30 p.m.). -
Track: The Strip at Las VIg8 Motor
Speedway.


O VI T ELE IIO

TV spolrtS
Tod y
AUTO R CING
9 am.
SPEED Formula One, practice for
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, at Abu Dhabi,
United ArabEmirates

SPEED N SCR, Sprint CuP
Practice for Arnp Ene~rgy 500, at~alladega*
Ala.
4 pm.
,, S E Hour SeNi: fIn prent ce fr
Amp Energy 500, atTalladega,Ala.
5 p~m. .
SPEED NASCAR, Truck Series*
1 qleual ifng for Mountain Dew 250,Bt
e COLLEGE FOOTBALL
a Pm.m-
ESPN2 West Virginia at South
Florida .
GOLF
2:30 p.m-
TGC - PGA Tour, Viking Classic
second round, at Madison, Miss-
4:30 p~m* .
TGC. Champions Tour, Charles
SchwatL Cup Championship, second
round, at Sonoma, Calif
S3:30 a~m. \
ESPN2 Asian Amateur
Championship, third round, at Shenzhen*
China (delayed tape)
NBA BASKETBALL
8 p.m.
ESPN Chicago at Boston
10:30 p.m*
ESPN Dallas at L.A. Lakers
RODEO
9 p~m. ,
VERSUS PBR, World Finals, first
round, at Las Vegas
WOMEN'S COLLEGE
VOLLEYBALL
7 p.m.
FSN Nebraska at Texas

SB AS EBA LL

World Series

PHILADELPHIA vs.N.YiYANKEES

NewYork at PhhIld lphia (n).

(INiewYork Pti e3 1-)at Philadelphia
Sund y
NewYork at Philad lphia, 8:20 p.m.

FOOTBALL

-NFL gameS ;
Sunday's Games
5t Loui at Deri+ I p.m.

Seattle at Dallas. I p.m. '
ClevelandaBt Chica~go; Ip hi?
Denver at Baltimore, I p~.; nN ,
Houston at Buffalo, I p~m.
San Francisco at Indianapolis, I p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia, I P~m.


TONY BRITT/Lake City Reporter
Lake City Middle School cheerleaders celebrate a Falcons' victory against Richardson on
Thursday at Tiger Stadium.


FALCONS: Ba*ttle paces Lake City


Continued From~ Page 11

COnverted on a two-point
COBVerSion to- give c:"the
F81coDS the lead a~t 3:57
Sremain~ri in :the third
quarter., .
On the next driven, Batle
again came up with a big
play converting on fourth
, and severe to keep' the drive
alive.


Michael Fluellen
converted the touchdown
to give Lake City a 1~6-6
lead following a two-point
conversion pass from
6nider to Marshall. .
The Wolves tried to
mount' a comeback, -but
were intercepted by
Marshall on a fourth down


play to give the Falcons the
ball back.
Battle ended their
chances on a 83-yard
touchdown run.
Following a Snidler
two-point conversion, the
Falcons killed the clock and
regained the Commhnder's
Cup.


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with a deferise that handled
East Gadsden last week.
The Jaguars had only -80
yards of offense before their
last drive and the Indians
forced two turnovers.
Steven Griffith's intercep-
tion was the second of the
season for Fort White.
While a win would leave
Fort'White in great shape,
but still with dlistrict work to
do, a loss would' be devas-
. tating. Since Taylor County
'and Florid~a High play on
Nov. 6, the Indians would


T- he Indians; got 38 car-
ries last week from run-
ning backs Montre Cray,
;Soron Williarrs and Alexis
~Blake. A more, diversified
;attack is in' order this week
;for a Bulldogs defense that
has allowed 19 points in its
:three district wins.
"They play hard and they
come aftet' you," Jackson
'said. "They are big up front
and their linebackers and
secondary tackle well in
space."
Fort White will counter


~need help this week and
.next if they lose today;~.
In other 2B games this
week, Florida High (2-
1 district) plays- at Union
County High .(1-2), and
East Gadsden (0-3) plays at
Bradford High (1-2).
"We will find out if all our
:`hard work over the supimer
pays off," Jackson said. "It
all comes down to making


plays. We have an o]
nity to make it to th
offs, but we have got
it one game at a time


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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD
by Mike Argirlon and.Jef


Step Fit~e'ss Running
offers frkee group runs/
bikes for all fitness lev-
els on Su~ndays. The run
begins at 6 a.m. this Sunday
from Step Fitness in the
Stonegate Shopping Center
on U.S. Highway 90 west.
For details, call Michelle
Richards at (386) 208-2447
or Step Fitness at (386)
438-5830.


Alligator Park run
planned Nov. 7
Pro Motion Therapy is
sponsoring 5K and 10K
runs at Alligator Park at
9 a.m. On Nov. 7. Online
registration is at www.
active.coin and cost is $15
for the 5K and $25 for the
10K prior to Thursd 7'
Day of race fees (8:30 a.m.
deadline) are $10 higher
There will be awards in
-ame age groups.
For details, e-mail Dusty
Smith halfiniletiming_
dusty~hotmail. com.


Lake City Middle School
soccer has a Moe's Nig~ht
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22-Deci. 21); ^ Dbn't stir
:things utp at h~ome. Good
fortune is with you udt that
doeshz't mean you should
gamble. Consider ~collect-
ing~ an old' de-btg or 'looking
into an unfiti~shied claim
you made or ~even, getting~
involved in a 'safe invest-
men~t. AAt
;.CAPRICORN (Dec.
22Wan. 19): You will
be restricted from doing
some of thie things you had
Planned if you don t stick~ to
the rules. Take precautioils
and make~ sure that ever~y-
.one you are dealing with is
on the same page. A change
of plans may be necessary.
AQUARIUS. (Jan. 20-.
Feb. 18): Someone may
not be forthcoming about
feelings or what is wanted
in return for something you
have requested. Don't take
anything for granted. Ilon't
make donations 'or contri-:
butions you cannot afford.
****a
PISCES (Febt. 19-
March 20): You'll find it~
difficult to ,express your
pbtsonal needs. Once you
see the .implications that
can arise from yrour actions,
you will have a better idea
what's required of you.
Avoid secrets they will
only lead to confusion and
misunderstandings. kAA~


* A IES ( March 21-
Ap~ril .19): Cha~llenge youir-
self physically and-yoti will
alleviate stress ahd tension -
Sdue to other people's ac'-
tions, comments and gener-
al complaints. Focus on ~the
people you love. ~A romantic
opportunity will arise that
can change the course of
your life. & A k
*TAURUC~S .(April 20-
1.May 20): Don't be fooled
by7 someone's reluctance
to speak upj. There will be
trouble brewing that must
be talked- about before
things -can be resolved.
Ignoring the problem will
only make matters escalate.
Stay calm. i** ,
GEMINI (May! 21-
June 20): Ylou have to' set
.your mind on things that
.count and that you can ac-
tually do something about.
A relationship you have wil
improve, your status. Take
I: an active role in a cause you
believe in. kAAA
CANCER (June $1-
Juily 22): Do what needs
~to be done and move on.
You have to find ways to en-
hance your own emotional
attitude. Consider doing
something you enjoy. W~hat-
ever you do, put your needs
first forachange.* ~~
LEO (iJuly 23-Aug.
22): Jf something 'is both.-
.ering yott, get it out in the
open instead of pouting `and


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ruining you~r wJh~ole day. Not
evey ~ ~ s uon town
join in your~ plans but that
doesn't mean you should
chang4 yourI direction rh~id '
stream. AAAAA
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22): Look to your past and
you will realize that per-
Shaps you are making a sim-
ilar mistake. Don't let your i
'emotional' insecurity~ cause
you to make changes you
will live to regret, A con-~
nection you make through
your 'work may confuse
you. WAA i
IBRA (Sept. 23-Oct
22): Don't let things get ~
you down when you have so
much to, look forward to. A
little fun ~and entertainment
will lift your spirits and help
you connect with people
who will offer you plenty to
think about. Iive is on the
rise and an unusual job w~ill
interest you. AAA
SCORPIO (Oct. 23- .
Nov. 2 i ~Go after your
goals. Now is; not tfhe time .
to stop, no matter what oth-
:ers are telling you. Anyone
acting negatively is prob-
ably threatened by your
intentions. Believe in your-
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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2009


Page Editor: Brandon Finley, 754-0420


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La ke City West


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221 SW~ Stonegate Terrace 1283 SW State Rd 47, Sulr, 101


S386.7'58.1709


386.752.0579


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Photors by JASON MA\TTHEW WALKERIL ide C10) F'poles
ABOVE: Columbia High Color Guard' member Valentina Godbolt, 17, performs during the :-
halftime show of the game against Godby High on Friday.
BELOW: Columbia High cheerleader Alaina Timmons, 17, takes a knee for an injured
Godby High player Friday night.


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JASON MATTHEW WALKER/LakijCit 'Reporter
Columbia High ruining back Tiger Powell looks for the. corner on a run against Godby High.


!:istri c ton the line


Wk 9 Wolfs~on (A)


Columbia 48, Chariton Co. 48
Columbia 1 6, Gainesville 13 .
Columbia 38, Robert E. Lee 0,
Madison Co. 56, Columbial14

Columbia 40, Ridgeview 28
Columbia 42, East Ridge 30 .

::: Godby 21, Columbia l8


7 p.m.


second loss of thE i '
season, the Tigers
(4-2-1) turn their
attention to an Ed White
team that is coming
off an impressive 411-24
beardown of Ridgeview ;
IHgh in' district pla;.
The Tigeis must be
ad \a re of running; back
Caseyi Turner,: who
carried the ball 17 times
for 134 yards and three
touchdowns against
Ridgev'iewr.
Coluniabia has been


good .against the ruin
th~is season, but the
Commanders will try
to pound at the Tig~ers
with Turner and Tacobie
,Green, who also w;ent
ovrer the 100c-yard
barrier in: the contest.
d O course, the Tigers
also wiflltry to ten the
ball at Ed WChite, with
TIiger Pow\ell nearing
the 1,000~i mark on the
'season after another
100-yard game itgaiilst
Godby.


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


despite falling
last week in a
hear.tbreaker
to Godby
High, 21-18.
the Colunmbia High Tigers
hav\e~ a chance to capture
the District 4--LA title writh .
victory against Ed Whlite:
Highi on Friday.
The Tigers welcome
the~ Coninuinders to
STiger Stadiuml for a
7:'30p.m. kickoff w\ith a ~`
title on the line.
Coming off their


7:30 p.m.


Wk'8Ed White (H)


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LAKE CITY REPORTER SPORTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2009


Page Editor: Tim Kirby, 754-0421


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter


Fort White High's A.J. Legree divies for extra yardage.


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Fort White High quarterback Alex Gillner (12) prepares to pass as Jerry Stringfellow (34)
blocks Florida Highls Jlordan jackson.


ink 9 Bradford (A) 7:3~0 p.m.

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


Majia 150 CO. 42, Fort White 26

Fort White 30, Newherty 21

- ---ne 27,Fort Whitel13

Fort White 21, Union Co. 1.8

N.F. Christilan 41, Fort White 14

Florida High 16, Fort White 14

For~t White 19, East Gadsden 12


'i , JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake: C~ry Popejner
Fort White lii s Alexis Blake runs out of a tackle against Florida High on Oct. 9.


Bulldogs
while ' 210 v~ards. Blake had a pair
of touchdown runs.
anid. :' Fort White's other score
ewibs ~'-came oli a 60-yard pass
nty~ High play fr~om Alex Gilmer to
Roy Blake.
'd wet The Indians defense
te on had a fumble recov;ery and
ek. an interception by~ Steven
re Cray' Griffith.
s Fort White blasted the
ries an~d Buildogs, 419-, in 2008.


:' F ort,~hite Highcinesih a
regained coritrol
of its district
cham 'onship
19-12 win last week at East :
Gadsden High.
The Indians tak~ on the
leading teamd in' Di iF~ct
2-2B when Taylor County, '
High visits at 7:30 p. n.
Friday. The Bulldogs are


,:3-0 in~ district play, 1
the Indians are 2-1.
Both Fort Wlhite
Taylior County~ havr
against Ulnion Coui
and East Gadsden.
A driving rain an
field kept Fort W\hi
the ground last wec
Alexis Blak~e, Alont
and 'Soron WVilliam:
combined for 33 ca


Wk 8.Taylor Co. (H)


7:30 p.m.


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0435426
Sugarrnill Apts
Lake City, FL
386-758-5505
Move in Special $500. dep
1st month Rent Free.
J 2Br/2Ba.
Rent $725 ~ Deposit $500
I3Br/2Ba
Rent $795. ~,Deposi $500
Pets are Welcome


Legal
NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING
TO WHOld IT1 MAY CONCERN
The District.Board of Trustees, Lake
City Community College, will hold a
public meeting at 4:00 p.m. on Tues-
day, November 10, 2009~, id the
Board Room of the Ad~mmistrat o
Buling, (B mdig 00)~o L
City Communityd Col egewrl e o-
tine COllege business. In addition to
rui cowllg bsins sth folow-
Policy 6Hx 12:5-05, Fines. Any per-
sn ihn g e o ij p ad on a e-
tunity to do io b! aFPpearing before
the Board mn thh Board Rioom of the
Admiiisfalsoon Buildilng 01i Lake
City Community.Co~llege
pl eg jectins to tchise ndie ande po
Should be filed with Litke City Com-
murniuty College prior to n'oon, Fri-
day,;Noveniber 6, 2009. All legl is-
sues/should 1/e broulghl to the Trust-
ees' anelntin and an:8ttempt lisade to
rll Ihe en o ytohSF Id n ce

modanron for participation in the
meeting,
A Groundbreaking for the new Li
brzary~ and Media CqltleT will take
Bad Stud Ssion at 2:q3d a m
and the Boitrd reCeption will b hed
at 3:30-p.mn. in the lobby of thie Ad-
ministration Building prior to the
regular Board meeting.
04535571
October 30, 2009


Q Job
10Opportunities '
Business Manager Position
Available
Duties include bookkeeping,
accounting, commercial tenant
management, and the role of
executive assistant. Candidate
must be proficierit in QuickBooks,
'Excel, PowerPoint and other
common computer programs.
Please send resume via ema'il to
s swa tbellsouth.net or mail to
3566 Lake City, FL 32056.
Established 19 yr. company
seeking~traveling sales rep:Gone
Mon Fri. Company avg. pays
$910/wk. Call 1-800-225-6368,
ext 333. www.brechtpacific.com


Hairstylist Imr
Creative Images
seeking a profes
experien
Comm.Base Pa

$1M0yst ayd I
dders ne aed t
dnng el6ir
NOT~rq'd Call
~ :NOW
DU1IP TRUj
Clasi B
Asphalt e
1~ 9.-510. per
John C. Hipl
386-4162-20417
Clean Drigitg E
Workplace.


2010's On th eWay!
2009's In the Way!
09 -28X40 3br/2ba
CLo Moe 10y y$4,595000
`Like new. 3br/2ba 28X60
2007 Homle of the Yeltr
$29,900 Jaredtj 386-719-5560
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1 ACRE Lot for Sae
Irnchides; Clearitig, Well; Septic,
Powei, Hookups an~d ALL Perniits
$29,995. Stated @ 386-719-5560
Sjnim main23@yahoo;,com '
Land' & Holine. Owner Financing
on New mobile homes. 40%
equity. I andffade lu/Cash. Credit
or income does not matter! Serious
Inquires only! 386-362-63.06
NEW 201'0
Singlewides Del & set-up
on your lot! $19,995.00
Call Bruce 386-362-6306 .
NEW 2010. Double wide 3+2
Del &, Set- with A/C skirting &
steps. Only 736,995.00. Call Bruce .
386-362-6306_ ;.


QZBR APT,
D wntown ~c ation, Clean.
..NO P~ETSmal 1386-755- 456
2BR in town.
$500. mo~plus deposit.
386-344-2972

2BR/1.5BADUPLFX w/garage.
Luxury Apt. 5 mmn from VA
Hospital and Timco.
386-755-4590 or 365-5150


SRepo agent net
.IC llCenSed by th
:;getting licenr
brivng reoo
backgiound c
liours varies, cc
: for appj

Telephone Oper!
cal answermg se
Min. Witge JS
have agpoodatti
voice, as well a
Call J86


AUEmp]
: Westfield Real
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North Cen
C '~611 Ch'arlie S
386 7:

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Epl
Medical .Rec
Ivake City Eye
only. Med. Re
req'd. Med. Mgc
pref'd. Trainun
G'ville. Fax resI

190 MOri
Seniors Need M


nik :Mobiile Homne
& L%and .
Owner Financing. 5 mu. West of
LC. Roomy j3/2 in quiet cornmuml-
y. Metal roof, FP Small dowun &
$650. mo. 386-590-064 867-1833

705 Rooms for Rent


Registration of Fictitious Names
We the undersigned,i being duly
sworn, do hereby declare under oath
that the nadi~es of all persons interest-
ed inthe b pens or pm s icohn~ t s

hT lren ,r..ta Cit3 FI, 30~5
Contact ~Phone Number 1904 868s-
3766 and the extent of the interest of
each, is as iollowr:
SName: TERESA SIERROD
Eatent of Interest. 11009
by /5/ Teresa Sherrod
STATE OF FLORIDA
SCOUN~TY OF COLUMBIA
Ssworn tb and subscribed .before me
this 28 day of October, A.D. 2009.
by:/s/ KA;THLFONA R'IOTTO
04535~57,
October 30.~2009
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020 Lost & Found
DOG -Yellowlab mix, male,
uinder 1 year. Ft. W~hite/ligh
S:~ prings area ~Calithidentify
386-49 -4600

LSs: gBl Pomrna oupp
Club area. 386-697-363`2.
Please call if you have info.

0 Job
Opportunities
SAccepting applications for
housekeepmng position. Apply mn
person at Cabot Lodge 3525 US
Hwy 90W. No phone calls.
Looking for a change? Let me
tell you about an exciting and
fulilingcaee ohpeprtny on ryd
minded person. Send resume to:
ChaR e Sparks, ro er We field

charlie@chathiesparks.com






Roofing & Gutters


LLC Over 25 yrs exp. Certs & Ins
Lic. CCC1323868 386-623-4254

SLawn & Landscape Service

Custom Cuts Lawn & Landscape'
Customized lawn care, trimming'
Ssod, desgn Canmm'l2& Res'd. Lic.


Services

Caregiver in your Home.-
Professional Loving care for you
or a Family Member. 30 yrs exp.
Excel references, 386-266-7426

Custom Hay service. Rolled Hay
for sale. between $15-$30 ea.
Fencitig ivork, bush hogging, site
Calrl Chi smp6 7 5- 4 /67-6065
DIVORCE, BANKRUPTCY,
RESUiMES.
other court approved forms-
386-961-5896.
*********************L*******

I do Housekeeping. 10 years exp
.Great references & Great rates ~
Detail Work!! CA LL ME!

NEED HOUSEKEEPER?
Call Ethel
.386-303-1496..
Cleaning Done 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. Contrac-
tor. 386-497-3219. Free Estimates.


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Close to VA! 2br/1.5ba
SDuplex CH/A, W/D hook up.
sconv~eni19 Ioain;$5`m .
EX-CLYEAN ROOMY 2/2 second
f~ibt; dR10prii i cy off~tY5elfity
Hwy 8 mi to VA 6600 mo + dep

e(KE APT. d Intown. Reme~d-
rm, Ref. req. $450.00in mo sec .
386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951.


arnishn~ied At,

$%400 MOVES'~YOU IN!
j op2 ~aBR apits. and :
:(2 of 3 BR Mobile Homes
..(386) 755-2423
b6r/1~ba w/gairage on the:West side
2br/1blw/garage on the East side.
1st, last securityt.
386-755-6867


N~ew Homne Sales


CORSultant W~azted

Excellent Comm~ission Based

e-Pay and Benefits
FRX Resume to 509-756-2869
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MaR/sonda jHomnes
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a Reverse Mortgage for free Info
904-6 8 228 or9 300 -6441

240 R"'lot


The Nutcracker W7e buy and sell
Pineon Rds( 52 dTay o 11e) ~
2738 CR 252 W. Robert Taylor
386-963-4138 or 961-1420 -


520 oats tor sale
05 G3 18'5" Eagle 185, 1~15hp Ya-
maha 2 stroke. 401b thrust trolling,
fish finder, stainless prop. Clean,
maintained. $8,900. 386-752-6299

630 M~loble Homes
fornr Rent

$500 dep. $525 mo.
386-623-2203
3B/2BA WESTSIDE &r 3b/2ba
Wood Gate &r 3b/2ba 5 Points area
~No pets. 1st month &r deposit.
386-961-1482.


4 lnes dayS Eiac a~dditonal
Rate applies to rivate Indivi ual sel Ing
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the ~first incorrect 'insertion, and
only the charge for the ad space
in error. Please .call 755-5440
immediately for prompt correc-
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approval by the Publisher who
reserves the right to edit, reject,
or classify all advertisements under
appropriate headings. Copy should
be checked tor errors by the
advertiser on the first day of pub-
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regarding the prohibition of discrimi-
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3 PetS & Supplie


3 DACHSHIU 9'ppies. ~
1 Free Da lund. Ples call for

'CHRISTMAS PUPPIES
AKC reg. Boston Terriers. Beauti-
fully marked. Sire is out of Cham-
pionshipStockt. Ready Dec. 12.
Now taking deposits. Male &( fe-
,tale. 386-963-4306 or 38-03089


1n SMH ne~e 11le E ts

Country Living on the farms~ 3/2
DW, fenced. 15 ming froni Lake
City, Appliances &( water iricl. No
pets. 386-755-0320 for details.


For Rent
2 BR i Ba Mlobile Hose
'Quite,Clean .
Call 386- 3'44-2986
Late Model Mobile Homes .Quiet
area. 2br/1ba from $400 &r 3br/2ba
from $5()0 Includes water &r
sewer. No Pets! 386-961-0017
Shady Oaks Adult Community.
Newly reinodeled 3/2 DWMH.
'6 miles South of town on 441.
$700. -$750.mo. 386-208-4702
Tired of all the Extras, Buy my
Del et-0ulp. )4C 1 lued.
2.)Skrtig ii c. 3 ermits a ly
Wrell/Septic/p.pole all itic.
For only $58,800.00 Must ask for
Bruce. 386-362-6306


640 rub ''re "es "
1998 SKYLINE 28X60.
Superclean A/C: mc.
You move. $25,200. I move.
$31,000. 386-362-6306


PUBLISH1IERS NOTE
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs .
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
ceitificate frorn a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
flave mandatory shots and are
free from intestinal and external
parasites. Many-species of wild-
life must be licensed by Florida
Fish and Wildlife.tlf you are
office for information.
SIAMESE KITTENS. 8 weeks
old. FREE to good home.
Litter trained. Adorable & cuddly.
386-454-4947

401 Antiques
ANTIQUES WANTED
Furnl., China, Silver, Glassware' .
Costume Jewelry & Gold. 35 years
exp. Cash Pd. Pete. 386-963-2621


Classified Department: 755-5440


402. Apphiances
ROPER WASHER & Dryer.
Heavy Duty. Extra large capacity.
Excellent condition. $225.
386-288-4324

408 Furniture
DINING ROOM table and 4
chairs. Solid pmne. Spmndle backed
chairs. Very cunty 4$100. 00 -


419 R Rr a ~,
S13" TV
w/VCR
$25.00
386-623-1544


2007 Yamaha
Raptor 700
Power bomb kit, 4 new hole ~
shot tires, 2" spaces for front'
'4" spacers for back.
$4,5000
386-7 4-5564


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.SHORT SALE!
32X80 on 1/2 acre
w/improvements owner
Calli sell below3Ap 560
Cal Ei o see @367956
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:sin.~onal, oivtd 420 Wanted to Buy
ced stylist.
ly. 386 365-1139. K&H TIMBER

dpr earn up top Cy ress.L rer Sal ta ts.
ojudge rtai &nc *
il- 888-697-6576 430 carape saleS
HIRING
CK.DRIVER 2pARAGE SALES. Cloth s, .
licnse. f. 5j/545 NW iuvety ir
xp. required. -Fit. 10/30 &Sat.10/31 8-5
hour w/benef ts
p Construction. Christn~as Sale. Fri 11/6
or 352-494-3705 ga-3p;Pre-littree, deW-oratidns; or-
Re~coid. Drug Free naments all kmndi of goodies 276 .
EOE/DFWP SE Arapahoe Ln off Coumry Club ,
R SALESFri Sun.' 1261 NW Turner 86- ,
Appl inperon.758-98241 Tons misc. clothes 4-20. `.
ate Road 100 .tools. baby, rippliances,Dcor.
er Corporation ? Rain or Shine
City, Fl., Fri -Suin.Tools, compluter--
.4gig/320Hd w/19" flat screen,
eded. will need to Xmas lights, giftsl bearlies, hshold, i
re state,will help in winter clothes, thler &r much
s~ed. neeil 3 yrs. moree!! 319 SE Avalon Ave
~d an dinra MULTI FAMILY Sale Sat. 7:30 -
bkol: ~j~ ain ? S~. Min Blvd Next to Porter-
all 36- 22850 house. Mens &t boys Jeans, Wom-
tiatioans. ens clothes. Much more!
ator nee~de8 for lo- PUBLISHER'S ~NOTE
rice. Shift Hours- All Y~ard Sale Ads .
:o Benefits,.Must FWust be Pre-Paid.
itudte and pleasant
s comnputer skills. Saturday only Multi Family Sale
-965-2022 2077 SW Sisters Welcome Rd.
- Household, fturniture, clothes, :
-goivns. Much more. 8-?
loyment THUTR. -SM.8-4. -
160 SW Merciful Place: I
ty Group is Now Hliousehold-itein~s, prafts,, t.
Ei~~e B co ea lighting fixtures, etc. 9
Igteam of one of 4 0 ticnnos
tral Florida.
5iaks Brke a Air Filter- The Sh rer Ima e
55-0808 onic Breeze Quadra silent a .
ical .purifier. You get two for the price ~
es ~of $50.00. 386-754-5533
l~fillOutdoor/lndoor Table 'Ibiblis '
ceptionist -PT excellent cond. Brought hi 2006 for
Dr. Tues &e Wed .$700,. Sell for $200. 386-785-
eceptionist exp. 7849. Serious Inquiries Only '
r &/or Intergy exp.
g w1ill be done in 450 Good oaThinigS

PECAN HOUSE in Ellisville
gage MOney 1-75 & Hwy 441:@1E~xit.414e
~We buy, Crack and also sell
oney! Why not try pecans. 386-752-6896 or 697-6420


NO MlONEY DOW~N
When you own your own land.
3 Bed $227/nio.
4 .Bed $333. mo
i 5 Bed -$559/mo. ,
T':ared@ 3&6-719r-5560
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LUMBE
Great benefits.
1786 SE St
Idaho Timbe
Lake


2br/2ba with loft Apt. on
14 acres. $695.mo.
. Inclildes water, sewer, &i trash.
'CM1lMichelle 386-752-9626


Cable TV, WID. non-smoking en;
Uulatecs mdl VA area Dock &~
fishmg nearby. 5400 mo 755-0110


Gracious, X-lan 21 k1D blex
f .b;ff TCountryuCl b Rd.
'~$625/Mo.+1 Yr. Lease '352-377-
7$52 lye message or 352-514-2332.
Studios & IBr's from 5125 w\eekt
U~tibues & cable mncI Full size
''kitchen, fridge &r range:
386-752-2741 or 352-538-0292


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Fees incl. books,
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3BR/2BA DWMH 2 car garage,
screened porch, McAlpin area.
S $700. m3o8 st security.


A~DVERTItSE IT~ IIERE!
Bring the picture m~i or we. iltk rt~ you
Advertise your car, truck; motorcycle,, recreation vehicle or
boat here for 10 consecutive days. If your vehicle does not sell
within those 10 days, for an additional $15 you can place your
ad for an additional 10 days. A picture will run everyday with
a description of your vehicle. The price of the: vehicle must be
listed in the ad. Your ad must be prepaid with cash, check or
credit card. JGist ~include a snapshot or bring your vehicle by
and we will take the picture for you. Private party only!
Price includes a 4 day/ 4 line classified ad of the
...same vehicle in print and onljoe..


2005 Gi3 Englel~85
-stroke, 401b, thrust trolling
motor, fish finder, stainless
steel prop., well maintained.
$8,900 OBO
386-6 3-1 040


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1' Bedrooms
!!$499. (5 left)!!


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


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710 ~IF~aeOilhed Apt. 170 condos ForRent


3BR/2BA Excellent location, close
Sto town, pool, no pets. Ref. req'd
$1200 mo ,$1200 dep.
386-752-9144 (daytime;),
752-2803 or. 397-3500 after Spm
St. Augustine Beach 3 Br 1600 sf.
Weekends/weekly/month~ly
Nice, clean &( affordable
Call 386-961-1961 or 758-7560

805 Lots for Sale
SFSBO. 5 acrea in Suwanee
~Countyr. Boys Ranch & Spirit of
the Spivannee area. $500. dowli
$375. nio 386-752-4597
SPUTBLISHER'S NOTE
All real estate advcrtismg~ in this
newspapers subject to the fair`
housing act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any prefereiice,
!limitation, or discrimination based
Son race, color, rehelon, sex.
disabiLny, fanulial irutus or nation-
al ongmi; or any intention to makg
such preference, limitation or
discrimination." .Familial.s~tatus
inghades children under the age of
18' living with parents or legal:
custodians, pregnanlt women and.
Speopjle securing custody ~of chil-
dren under the age of 18. This
newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real es-
tate which is in violation of the
'law. Our readers are hereby in-'
formed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa- .
ble on ~an :equal opportunity basis.
Tocmli f e 1scriiato o9 l
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telephone number to thehern
un paired is 1-800-927-9275.

810 nome wesau:~
S4BR/21A 2100 sq ft. Brick home
.in Mtaclerimy, on 2.82 ac. TPile,.FP,
shutters, new loolf, 'work sliop.
94-237-0060 or 904-259-3963


Updated apartments w/tile floors
&r fresh paint. Excellent location,
From $525 plus security
Call Michelle 386-752-9626
W OF I-75, spacious new
2BR/2BA townhome,
$620 and up, plus SD,
(386)965-0276 or (386)466-7392.

720 Fur~nihd Apts.
Park mpdel Cabins/Camping`
'laailers, Moibthy rental's, all uti~l-
ities included; plus use of pool.
Call 3116-755-4945 for details.
Rooms for Rent. Hillcrest, Sands,
Columbia. All furnished. Electric,
cable, fridge, microwave. Weekily `
or nadnjithly rates. I person $135,
2 persons $150. weekly :
386-752-5808

0730 Unurised
2!STOIftY:2br/1.5ba., on 6 acre ;
Codipletely remodeled inside
w/newH appliances. $1000. mo 1st,
last &e deposit. References
required. 386-623-2016
3/2 newer home, close to town.
$1100/mio, + $1000. deposit.
References required,
..386-965-2267.
3 BR IN TOWN.
$600o. mo. phas $600. dep~osit.
":386-344-297~ ;

3BR/2BA BRICK( home for tert.
Nice subidiviision w/large lot.
::`~plu o urty-86 7-263
4B/3BA, 2-Story, den dining rm
newly renovated $1100 mo. +
$1100 sec: Ref. req..No pets. 386-
752-9144/ 755-2235/ 397-3500.
4BR/2BA. BRANFORD
148 NE~ Hillcrest Cr.CH/A,
$800mo. phis $800 deposit.
386-365-8543 or !{66-606-8443


A 4BR 28A HUD Home!
ONLY $215/mo!!- a
.5%dn 15y;rs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 'ext 7782
Beautiful newer brick home on 5
acres. Oulbuildinigr. 1262 SW
Wendy Terrace. 5 I 195i + sec.dep.
(386)965-5560 or (386)344-3715
SDuplex 2br/1ba. Remodeled,
no Pets;Large lot. CR 242.
$575.mo~ + $575.deposit.
386-623-7675
Forest Country S/D 2br/2ba1
Brick, ~w/2 car garage. Lawn
service incl; Great school district.
Screened inmpatio. 1 Yr lease req'd.
No pets. $1,100 mo. 386-752-6082
Rural beauty and privacy near
I-10/US90 NW of Live Oak. 3BR,
2Ba, $725/mo. ~Optional pasture
available. (626) 512-5374
Unfurnished Holites In Town
4/2- $850.nio., 3/!T$69~5mo.
First &, Last.
No PetS. 1.86-75.5-6916

70~Office Reistals

Onfce/Warehouse
Space for Rent
'1000 Sqft. at 5425/Mo. Located
behind Hw\ Patrol, on
Arlington Blvdi, gotng toward
middle school. 386-752-6806

For Sale or Lease .06 acres &e I I
aces on TurnerRd offHwy90
West. Each w ith Wa~rehouse. Great
busmess locations. 386-752-6367


Below Appraisal Owner motivated
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/garage, 2 out
buildings. $164,888. Will consider
.reasonable offer 386-935-4205
SNew 3/2 Brick/HIB onl/2 Ac
Sw/many upgrades. Lake Jeffery
Ara Will consider rent with
option to pun-hiase. Addiltional
Property Nice 3/2 Brick ingood.
neighborhood on 1/2 at lot, fenced
back yard, detached garli~ge.
Call 386-752-503'5 XC3010
S7 days 7-7 A lar Sales, Inc.
New 3/2 home in Hamilton Co., FI
4lacres.paved road. Bidding stars at
$89500Goes tohighestbidder.
Endls 11/19 Call 229-740-2152



Owner Financed
Half-acre to. 10 acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Propoer~ties.
386-752-4339 www.1andnflkcom
PASTURE WITH 5 STALLS
For lease. sso. mo.
Cl i he le:


.85 g terfr,0Dt
U Property
Suwnannee FI. 2br/1.5ba MH on
fresh water canal Remodeled. 2
stadl ble. boat lift. Vinfjl sea wall,
dock. Ready to fish $185,000.
Make offer Nice. 386-~752-6367 ~

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