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Sunday,April 29, 2007


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Sharing
Her Love
Naples woman adopts
three Ethiopian children.
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Vol. 133, No. 87 0 75 cents


Lake City aerobatic pilot Jim LeRoy flies upside down during Saturday's performance of the Lake City Rotary Club Airshow.


HIGH &



MIGHTY


Lake City Rotary Club
Airshow thrills crowds
as it streaks across the sky.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
A yellow-and-black blur soared, weaved
and levitated through the air Saturday
afternoon at the Lake City Rotary Club's
Airshow.
Famed aerobatic pilot Jim LeRoy in his
yellow and black Pitts S2S ."Bulldog II"
plane was one of the main pilots showcas-
ing his skills at the event. He wowed thou-
sands of attendees during the first airshow
in Lake City since 2004.
The event continues today at the Lake
City. Municipal Airport. Gates open at 11
a.m. and the show will begin at 3 p.m.
Tickets are $5 for adults and are available
at the gate. Children under the age of
6 are admitted for free.
Gates opened early Saturday and atten-
dees were able to tour various aircraft and
speak to their pilots. Antique cars and
motorcycles were also available for view-
ing, as was various military equipment
"It's great to be able to come to see the
planes before they take off," said Columbia
County resident Mitch Wellborne.'
Wellborne brought his two sons with him
to the show and said they were interested
in seeing the planes up close.
"I think they're just as excited about
being near the planes as they are seeing
the aerobatics," he said.
The event opened with a flyover by a
B-2 Spirit stealth bomber from Whiteman
Air Force Base at Knob Noster, Mo.


Photos by JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
An Air Force B-2 Spirit stealth bomber from WhitemanAir Force Base in Missouri opened Saturday's
airshow performance with a flyover at the Lake City Municipal Airport.


AIRSHOW continued on 11A


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/
Lake City Reporter


ABOVE: Carson Candler
and Morgan Hart are in awe
after Hart's father, Thom,
shows them Dale Condy's
mule, with a 106 mm
recoiless rifle. This Vietnam
relic has a 3,000 yard range
and was used to haul ammo
and downed soldiers across
enemy lines.
LEFT: Joseph Fera
reminisces about the '32.1
years - military time' that
he spent in both the Air
Force and Navy with
Shorty, his Jack Russell
Terrier-Dachshund
mixed breed dog.


IFYOU GO
* The Lake City Rotary Club Airshow
will continue today with the gates
at Lake City Municipal Airport
opening at I t a.m.The show will
begin at 3 p.m.


"It's incredible how he is able to make his
plane do those things. Some of those
maneuvers just don't seem possible."
- Grant Campbell,
Suwannee County resident


State's

agenda

includes

lengthy

to-do list
Property tax issue
unresolved as session
nears end on May 4.

By BRENT KALLESTAD
Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE -* The
Republicans who control the
Florida Legislature swore they
would solve
the property
tax imbroglio
before the
2007 session
ends May 4,
but their
competing bills
Crist remain unre-
solved along
with several
other bills of
importance.
The state's
$70 . billion
budget is still
b undone. So are
Rubio proposals., to
move up the presidential pri-
mary, encourage alternative fuel
technology, accelerate non-
embryonic stem cell research,
revise auto insurance policies,
expand physical education pro-
grams in the schools and build a
Miami baseball stadium are all
pending.
That's not unusual because the
Legislature often leaves the sticki-
est bills for the last minute, but it
also means some may not be
resolved before time runs out.
LAWMAKERS continued on 7A


Toxic

Round-up

garners

sizeable

turnout
Hundreds of county
residents dispose of
hazardous wastes.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia County residents
were out in force Saturday to
properly dispose of household
hazardous wastes at the eighth
annual Columbia County Toxic
Round-up.
Hosted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday at the Columbia
County Fairgrounds, the event
allowed local residents to drop
off hazardous household materi-
als so it could be disposed prop-
erly by professionals.
Bill Lycan, Columbia County
solid waste director, said the
group had seen more than 200
vehicles come through the drop-
off point by noon. He said during
the 2006 event, only 300 vehicles
TOXIC continued on 7A


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AROUND FLORIDA


Woman adopts three Ethiopian children, plans orphanage


By KATHERINE LEWIS
Naples Daily News
NAPLES - As she lies on the
floor in her parents' home, Marcie
Erickson calls to her three sons.
"Come here, babies," she said, a
smile lighting her face.
The three little boys crawl on their
hands and knees to her. Tariku, her
eldest, sits cross-legged beside her.
Amanu, the middle" child, crawls
onto her chest James, the youngest,
sits nearby.
Erickson, 26, adopted three chil-
dren last summer in Ethiopia. Tariku
came to her first He is a rambunc-
tious 3-year-old with a wide smile
and a lust for life. Quiet, wide-eyed
brothers James, 10 months, and
Amanu, 1, soon followed.
To receive her children, Erickson
had to move into an orphanage to
live with them for a month. Erickson
talks freely about that difficult
month. The children weren't allowed
out of the orphanage during the time
they were waiting to be adopted, so
Erickson had to leave them in the
orphanage alone when she needed
to sign papers.
At the orphanage, her son, James,
didn't gat one day when Erickson
had to leave. The same day, no one
changed his diapers. She talks about
Amanu getting pneumonia because
he aspirated milk from a bottle that
just sat in his mouth.
Shortly after she adopted her
sons, Erickson found herself going
to an Evangelical church to hear an
English service.
"I just needed to hear some
English," she said.
She ended up sitting next to a fam-
ily with several children. When her
children would cry, the woman
would help her care for the babies.
The couple, Deanne and Andrew
Knife, invited Erickson and her chil-
dren to move in with them about a
week after they met at the service.
They, along with Dr. Lieth Harding,
make up the group that is moving
forward with the St. Josephs Family


project.
The project, which is Erickson's
brainchild, will open a temporary
care center, orphanage, mother and
child clinic and birthing center on 12
acres in Bahir Dar, which is at the
southern end of Tana Hayk (Lake
Tana) in northwest Ethiopia. The
land was given to Erickson by the
government The operation will be
called Grace for Children.
"I feel a calling by God to help the
people of Africa. I need to be there to
do something," she said.
While Erickson concedes there is
much to love about her village, there
also are problems. The village has a
large number of deaths from HIV
and AIDS, among other issues.
The temporary care center will
allow families who need a child to
have short-term care and
accommodations.
"We are interested in keeping chil-
dren with families," she said. "If a
parent has a circumstance where
they cannot take care of the child, he
can stay with us until they can take
him back. We want to help families
in all respects."
The group also will set up an
orphanage for abandoned or
orphaned children, and a clinic to
help women and children obtain the
care they need.
"We are starting immediately
with all of the programs and will
develop them based on what has
the most need," she said. "We are
going to open our doors and let God
tell us how we can be of the most
help."
Erickson's hope is to create a pro-
gram that would allow people to
sponsor a child and help the group
provide food, clothing and medical
expenses. A little can go a long way,
Erickson said. For example, $90 can
provide food for an older child for a
month.
Erickson graduated from Barron
Collier High School in 1999. After
high school, she felt a calling to per-
form missionary work. At 18, she


joined a Guatemalan mission group,
but was sent home early due to
political unrest in the country.
Erickson discovered a missionary
program called Volunteers
International for Development
Education Service, or VIDES, for
young women ages 18 to 25.
Erickson told her interviewers that


PEOPLE IN THE NEWS


Clarkson's summer tour will take

her to 35 cities in U.S., Canada


LOS ANGELES - Kelly Clarkson will
be giving her voice a workout this
summer.
The Grammy-winning pop star and
original "American Idol" will be on tour
from July 7 to Sept 28, visiting nearly 40
U.S. and Canadian cities, it was
announced Thursday.
"This will be the biggest tour I've ever
done," Clarkson said in a statement


McCartney is No. 3
on richest list
LONDON - Paul
McCartney is ranked third in
an annual list of Britain's
richest musical figures, with a
fortune estimated at $1.4
billion.
The Sunday Times' annual
Rich List, released Friday,
said the former Beatle's
fortune was down $200
million from last year, due to
the estimated cost of his
upcoming divorce from
Heather Mills.
Clive Calder, the former
Zomba records label boss
whose acts included Britney
Spears and 'N Sync, was at
the top of the music list, with
a fortune estimated at $2.6
billion.


' "It's all about the music - we're
bringing extra musicians and well be
making an arena environment intimate
because I want the fans to be part of the
show."
Clarkson, whose third album is set for
a summer release, will open her tour
with the live Earth concert at Giants
Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. The
tour will end in Las Vegas in September.


Andrew
Lloyd
Webber
was in
second
place at
$1.5 billion.
McCartney The
composer
has had a good year thanks
to his role as producer of a
West End revival of "The
Sound of Music," whose star
was chosen by a reality TV
program.
The list also includes:
theater producer. Cameron
Mackintosh; "American Idol"
impresario Simon Fuller; pop
queen Madonna and her
husband, Guy Ritchie; Elton
John; Mick Jagger;
entertainment entrepreneur
Robert Stigwood; crooner
Tom Jones; and Rolling


Celebrity Birthdays


* Rhythm-and-blues singer
Carl Gardner (The Coasters)
is 79.
* Poet Rod McKuen is 74.
* Actor Keith Baxter is 74.
* Bluesman Otis Rush is 73.
* Conductor Zubin Mehta is
71.
* Country singer Duane
Allen (The Oak Ridge Boys) is
64.
* Singer Tommy James is
60.
* Movie director Phillip
Noyce is 57.
* Country musician Wayne
Secrest (Confederate


Stones guitarist Keith
Richards.

Police: Obsessed
Bullock fan arrested
HUNTINGTON BEACH,
Calif. - A woman who
authorities say is obsessed
with Sandra Bullock was
arrested after she allegedly
tried to run over the actress'
husband in a confrontation
outside the couple's home.
Marcia Diana Valentine,
45, of Huntington Beach
tried to run over Jesse
James, host of "Monster
Garage," with her silver
Mercedes after Bullock
asked her to leave the
couple's home on Sunday,
Jim Amormino, an Orange
County sheriff's spokesman,


Valentine


she would like to travel to Africa to Erickson returned to Florida. In
perform missionary work. Tallahassee, she studied music ther-
"I taught English for a year. There apy at Florida State University and
were 500 students in 11 classes. , then transferred to Florida A&M
Most of the children were 6 and University to study photography.
younger," she said. "I cant imagine Although she did not graduate, she
having 60 kids in a class in the did return to Naples to start a pho-
United States." tography business, taking photos of
After her time in Ethiopia, architecture.


Car-theft charges against

Daniel Baldwin dismissed


said
Thursday.
"She
jumped in
the car, put
it in
reverse
and
accelerated


in his direction," Amormino
said. "She attempted to hit
him three or four times."
James was not injured,
and Valentine fled before
authorities arrived, he said.
Authorities said it was not
the first time Valentine
showed up at the celebrity
couple's home. On several
occasions, Bullock and
James had found
Valentine lying in front of
their garage door,
Amormino said.
* Associated Press


Thought for Today


Railroad) is 57.
* Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is
53.
* Actress Kate Mulgrew is
52.
* Actor Daniel Day-Lewis is
50.
* Actress Michelle Pfeiffer is
49.
* Actress Eve Plumb is 49.
* Rock musician Phil King is
47.
* Country singer Stephanie
Bentley is 44.
* Singer Carnie Wilson
(Wilson Phillips) is 39.
* Actor Zane Carney is 22.


"If fifty million people say a foolish
thing, it is still a foolish thing."

- Anatole France,
French author and critic (1844-1924)


Associated Press
SANTA ANA, Calif. - Car-
theft charges against Daniel
Baldwin were dropped Friday.
Orange County Superior
Court Judge Kelly
MacEachern dismissed the
charges at the prosecution's
request during a brief hear-
ing, said Farrah Emami, dis-
trict attorney spokeswoman.
"After following up on state-
ments that were provided to
us by witnesses and the vic-
tim, we determined that the
evidence didn't support us
going forward with the case,"
she said.
Authorities had alleged the
actor stole a 2003 GMC
Yukon from a friend, Ken


Smith, but
B aldwin
said it was a
misunder-
standing.
Smith
reported
Baldwin the car
missing
without knowing his cousin
lent Baldwin the keys to the
vehicle, the actor said.
Baldwin's attorney, Grant
Hoagland, said Smith recent-
ly met with prosecutors and
told them the arrest was a
mistake.
"It's wonderful. It's what
I've promised him all along,"
Hoagland said. "I knew that
they didn't have a case
against Daniel."


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SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


LAKE CITY REPORTER SUNDAY REPORT








LAKE CITY REPORTER STATE & NATION SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


0


Firefighters work to contain


Georgia's largest wildfire


Associated Press
WAYCROSS, Ga. - Shifting winds on
Saturday helped push a raging blaze
back toward the Okefenokee Swamp,
encouraging firefighters who had
worked through the night to keep the
biggest wildfire in Georgia history from
crossing a highway and reaching acres of
bone-dry forest
Yet low humidity and severe drought
conditions continued to fuel the growth
of the vast fire, which has consumed
nearly 100 square miles of forest and
swampland in southeast Georgia since it
ignited April 16.
The firefighters defended a 16-mile
stretch of U.S. 1, which links Waycross
with Jacksonville, Fla., by setting con-
trolled burns to prevent the blaze from
reaching acres of drought-stricken forest
beyond the road.
The highway remained closed, and
residents in nearby communities who
were allowed back to their homes were
told to be ready to evacuate if the winds
shift, said Georgia Forestry Commission
spokesman Eric Mosley.
"We are still in the throes of a very,
very difficult effort and we anticipate this
fire burning intensely for at least another
week - and maybe another month," said
Buzz Weiss, spokesman for the Georgia
Emergency Management Agency.
Emergency responders said firefight-
ers managed to get about half of the
blaze under control. A separate smaller
blaze ignited near U.S. 301 after a pass-
ing train leaked fuel, but Weiss said fire-
fighters have contained all but 10 percent
of that fire.
"Right now we just have a bad situation
where we have no rain, extremely low
humidity and we're dealing on a day-to-
day basis with wind gusts and shifts,"
said Weiss. 'Those are the real recipes


ODDS & ENDS


Pair of deer visit
retirement home
NEW OXFORD, Pa. - A
pair of deer took a quick tour
of a retirement home after one
accidentally triggered an
automatic door.
The animals were
wandering near the home
Wednesday when one stepped
on a mat that triggered a clear
sliding door, according to staff
members and surveillance
tapes.
"The joke afterward was
that they were trying to get in
because it was taco day," said
Frank Buhrman, spokesman
for Cross Keys Village/The
Brethren Home Community.

70-year-old catches
alleged shoplifter
WOLFEBORO, N.H. -A
shoplifter would have to run
pretty far to get away from this
70-year-old clerk.
Judy Brenner sprinted about
100 feet to catch a teen she
thought stole liquor Thursday
from the store where she works
in Wolfeboro.
Brenner, who ran the Boston
Marathon this month,
discovered the teen had a
half-gallon of whiskey under his
jacket. She and others who
joined the chase helped detain
him until police arrived.
"He didn't run, but he walked
faster, so I picked up my pace,"
Brenner said. "I wasn't going to
let him go."
Brenner, of Brookfield, said
she ran 14 marathons decades
ago and finished the Boston
Marathon this month in just
over five hours, placing sixth
among the women in her age
bracket.
The suspect was charged
with theft and unlawful
possession of alcohol by a
minor.

Package turns out
to be condoms
ANKENY, Iowa - Several
classrooms at Des Moines
Area Community College were
evacuated after college
officials became nervous
about a suspicious package.
College officials called
police and postal inspectors
after the box was delivered
Thursday. What they found
inside wasn't a bomb - it was
a box containing 500
condoms.
The package was sent to a
teacher of a human sexuality
class, and was sent by a
person who had been a
previous speaker at the class,
said Rob Denson, the
college's president.
* Associated Press


ASSOCIATED PRESS
Georgia State Patrol Trooper Chad Gray gives a motorist directions to detour around a
closed section of US 1 south of Waycross, Ga., recently, as a wildfire outside the city
threatens to jump the highway due to high winds. Wildfires have blackened about 61,100
acres _ or 95 square miles _ of forest and swamp parched by drought in southeast
Georgia over the past 11 days. Officials say 18 homes have been destroyed.


for a fire disaster - and that's what we're
coping with."
Weary residents welcomed the shift-
ing wind, which blew the smoke from the
towns and into the swampland Saturday
morning.
"I'm ready for it to be over," Jamey
Cribbs, 21, said Friday after staying up all
night with his father to make sure no
burning ash from the fire fell on their
home at the edge of the Okefenokee
Swamp. "It's only been two weeks, but
that seems like a lifetime."
Cribbs' family was ordered twice this
week to flee their home in tiny Braganza


community three miles southeast of
Waycross.
More than 100 homes near the swamp
had been under evacuation orders early
Friday.
The nearly 700 firefighters in the area
are also battling frustration from 16-hour
days trying to tame a fire too vast for
them to extinguish.
Valdosta firefighter Jeff Thibodeau,
who joined the army of firefighters from
across Georgia and neighboring states
helping fight the blaze near Waycross,
spent the night shift Thursday replenish-
ing fire trucks with water.


Lightning starts fire, explosion

at oil refinery in Oklahoma


Associated Press
WYNNEWOOD, Okla. -
Flames and smoke poured
into the sky Saturday over an
oil refinery where lightning
set off a fire and an explosion
that was felt miles away,
authorities said.
No injuries were reported
and there were no immediate
evacuation orders in the'
south-central Oklahoma town,
said Mike Hancock, a
spokesman for Wynnewood
Refinery Co.
Flames and smoke boiled
hundreds of feet into the air
from two 80,000-gallon tanks
in the Wynnewood Refinery
complex, officials said.
Firefighters doused the
area surrounding the tanks
Saturday, Hancock said.
'Tank fires are pretty pesky
fires. They're easy to keep
contained, but they're hard to
fight," Hancock said. "It's
hard to estimate how long it
will be. It can take a day or so
to bprn the product."
The fire started Friday
when lightning hit a tank con-
taining naphtha, an unrefined
form of gasoline, police Chief
Ken Moore said. City and
company fire crews sprayed
foam on the blaze and trans-
ferred naphtha out of the
tank, but hours later the
explosion - felt by residents
of communities several miles


ASSOCIATED PRESS
A tank fire sparked by a lightning strike burns at the Wynnewood.
Refinery in Wynnewood, Okla., Friday. There were no reports of
injuries and no immediate evacuations in the town, a dispatcher
with the Garvin County Sheriffs office said.


away - spread the flames to a
second tank, authorities said.
Moore said the explosion
may have followed the col-
lapse of the first tank. "This
allowed some of the (naph-
tha) to flow out and flow
around the second tank," he
said late Friday.
One tank contained about
50,000 barrels of highly flam-
mable naphtha and the sec-
ond tank contained about
30,000 barrels of diesel fuel,
Hancock said.
Nearby highways were
closed as a precaution, Moore


Gator sightings rise in

south as water levels fall


Associated Press
FORT LAUDERDALE -
One of the worst droughts in
south Florida history has ali&.
gator sightings on the rise and
airboat operators struggling to
navigate the low-level water
trails.
The gators seem to be mov-
ing west, and their increasing
numbers are becoming appar-
ent, said Steve Melnick, who
conducts airboat tours at
Everglades Holiday Park near
Southwest Ranches.
The reptiles' own habitats
are getting too dry, prompting
the gators to search for deeper
canals and lakes near populat-
ed areas, said Chuck
Erismann, an officer with the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
Erisman said the increased
gator sightings means addi-
tional risk. He said parents of


small children should not leave
them unattended near lakes
and canals.
"It presents safety issues
that require people to be more
vigilant with their kids and be
more aware of their surround-
ings," Erismann told the South
Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Some sections of the
Everglades may become too
difficult to navigate altogether,
Melnick said.
Florida received 5.88 inches
of rainfall during the first three
months of the year, more than
four inches below normal,
according to the state
Department of Environmental
Protection. Lake Okeechobee
is currently at a level of 10.08
feet, which is the lowest eleva-
tion ever recorded in April.
Officials are concerned the
lake could eclipse its 2001
record low of 8.9 feet if
drought patterns continue.


said. He said the nearest
homes were a quarter-mile
from the refinery.
The refinery processes
about 50,000 barrels of oil a
day and employs about 185
people.
It is the second fire at the
refinery - which produces
gasoline, diesel fuel, military
jet fuel, solvents and asphalt
- in less than two years. A
blaze in May 2006 led to the
evacuation of 150 nearby resi-
dents. An acid leak a week
later related to fire damage
caused more evacuations.


Hogzilla to be portrayed

in indie horror movie


Associated Press
ALAPAHA, Ga. - Hogzilla,
a near-mythical monster hog
that roamed south Georgia, is
about to get a little bigger.
An independent filmmaker
is producing a horror movie
about the super swine called
"The Legend of Hogzilla," and
has even enlisted the beast's
killer on the set as an adviser.
"He's our hog expert," pro-
ducer Rick Trimm said of
guide Chris Griffin, who shot
the huge porker in 2004 at a
hunting preserve.
Photographs of the hog
hanging from a backhoe were
sent around the world, and
the town of Alapaha 180 miles
south of Atlanta quickly
adopted Hogzilla as its own,
even launching a parade in
the pig's honor.
A National Geographic
team confirmed the pig's exis-
tence in 2005 after exhuming
the behemoth's remains.
While the experts said the
hog didn't exactly live up to
the hype - local hunters said
the pig was 12 feet long and
weighed 1,000 pounds - they
still discovered a mighty big


ASSOCIATED PRESS
Chris Griffin, 31, poses beside
the half-ton wild hog he shot
near Alapaha, Ga., in a June 17,
2004 photo.
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weighed around 800 pounds
and was probably about 8 feet
long.
Lithium Productions says
the production will need 200
locals for extras and is hosting
tryouts next month.


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OPINION


Sunday,April 29,2007


www.lakecityreporter.com


EDITORIAL


Board was


reckless in


spending


$40,000 on


site plan

The Columbia School Board
found itself in an
uncomfortable predicament
last week when it revealed
that a deal to purchase 35
acres of property west of Lake City for
the construction of a new elementary
school was stalled due to a long-term
timber lease on the property.
The land in question is owned by the
Butler family of Lake City. The board
knew about the long-term lease the
Butlers have with a timber company,
but never disclosed it during a public
meeting until Tuesday night
Once the site was selected, the
school district moved forward with
spending $40,000 just on site
preparation work. This was done with
the knowledge that a clear deed to the
property might not be available.
Currently, the timber company and the
Butler family are in discussions on how
to end the lease, but no agreements
have been signed.
Both sides and a few lawyers have
exchanged blame and pointed fingers at
the other side recently, but the bottom
line is this: $40,000 in taxpayers' money
was spent doing extensive site prep
work on a piece of property the school
district may not be able to purchase. In
this regard, we think the board's
actions with public funds were reckless.
Only $2,500 of the $40,000 was spent
on appraisals. A big chunk of the money
- $19,061.94 - was spent on
"geotechnical investigation, testing.and
engineering" of the property. The
topographic grid and well location
survey cost $12,000. Granted, with a
public school facility there are a lot of
regulatory hoops to jump through, but
it doesn't seem that a group would go
through motions to this extent,
spending this much money, if there
was any doubt about purchasing the
property in question.
An individual purchasing a similar
tract of land would not spend $40,000 of
his or her own money in site work on
property where a clear deed was
uncertain. It wouldn't happen.
The site for the newly proposed
elementary school looks good on the
surface. Its near two well-maintained
paved roads and close to the city's water
supply. Its at the center of growth for the
west and southwestern areas of Lake
City. We just hope the lease is worked
out between the family and the timber
company and the $40,000 in taxpayers'
funds will not have been wasted.

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COMMENTARY


Happy 100th, Evelyn...


Retired teacher
Evelyn Metzger will
turn 100 years old
on Sunday May 20,
and her friends will
show their great love for her
with TWO birthday parties.
The first will be on
Saturday, May 12, at Our
Redeemer Lutheran Church
from 2-4 p.m. The church is
located at 5056 SW SR 47, one
mile south of Interstate 75 .
RSVP at 752-7155. .
The secpnodwill be on
Sunday, May 20 (hdr ac't"" "
birthday), at 2 p.m. at Siloam
United Methodist Church.
Directions: From Lake City, go
U.S. 90 West to 247 (Branford
Highway), travel 247 for 9.7
miles to Siloam Road/Lee
Dairy Road, turn right, go 0.8
mile to Siloam Church. No
RSVP is necessary for the
Siloam party.
Evelyn's many friends and
former students are invited to
attend both parties.
Evelyn has modeled
extraordinary devotion to
public education all her adult
life. Counting her years of
classroom teaching and then
volunteering, her time in the
classroom totals more than 80
years. In fact, she was still
actively volunteering at Five
Points Elementary School
when she was 90 years old.
As a classroom teacher,
Evelyn was repeatedly
recognized as one of the
top teachers in our county.
After her retirement she
immediately began
volunteering and for over 35
years she helped youngsters
improve reading skills. For
some 10 years running, she
was honored by our school
board as the top senior
volunteer in the county.
In 1997, the Daughters of
the American Revolution
honored her for "Excellence
in Community Service." She
also has received the first
National Community Service
Award presented by the
National Chapter of the
American Association of


Morris Williams
Phone: (386) 755-8183
williamsh2@firn.edu

Retired Persons.
So, mark Evelyn's two
S.bithday parties pn your
calendar and plan to help
joyously celebrate the 100th
birthday of Columbia County's
'First Lady of Public Education."

Skipping around
E School Museum thanks
to Paula Wheeler O'Steen
(CHS 1988) for donating five
CHS Tiger newspapers from
the 1980s, a 12-page 1988
graduation info book, two
1985 LCJHS Falcon Flyers
and several school-related
newspaper clippings ... to
Gordon and Susan Summers
for donating a 1943
"Flastacowa" yearbook from
Florida State College for
Women, now FSU.
The book had originally
belonged to Gordon's mother,
the late Sara Von Dahm
Summers (CHS 1941) ... and
to Olivia Adams for ongoing
help in laminating historic
papers we need preserved.
* The High Springs
Community Theater (HSCT)
will present the Neil Simon
play "Lost in Yonkers" May 4
through May 27. Five Lake
Citians will have key roles:
Marty Loos, Lorraine Kirkland,
Pam Register, Brett Houston
and Jim Smith. Lorraine and
Pam co-won HSCTs "Best
Actress" award last season for
their stirring performances in
"Steel Magnolias." For ticket
information, call the Silver
Chest at (386) 755-1114. Their
Web site is www.hsctheater.com.
You can get a bonus for
attending the opening night


twice!


performance.Be there before
7 p.m. and you get free root
beer floats, ice cream and a
gala atmosphere.
* How many Confederate
soldiers are buried in Oak
Lawn Cemetery? 151.
How do I know? Because of
the words on the Olustee Park
Monument "This monument
erected to perpetuate in loving
memory the 151 soldiers of
the Confederate Army who
lost their lives in the Battle of
Olustee and who now lie
buried in Oak Lawn
Cemetery, Lake City, Florida.
The bodies lie ten blocks
Northwest from this
monument in Oak Lawn
Cemetery."
* Jim Moore (CHS 1950)
called recently to tell me Lake
City had won an important
baseball game - in Idaho!
What? Well, actually, Jim lives
in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and
his joke was that Lake City,
Idaho, had defeated Coeur
d'Alene is a big game.
* Dr. Alan Cox is the
principal of Tallahassee's
Chiles High School, the
largest in Leon County. Dr.
Cox is the son of Patsy and
Gene Cox (CHS 1952) and the
news is that Dr. Cox took a
singing role in his high
school's musical production of
"Oklahoma." I had never
heard of a high school
principal performing in a
musical with his students, but
I think it's great, don't you?
* Congratulations to FWHS
senior Kali Hunter, a fine
scholar athlete, who has been
named to the Florida High
School Athletic Association
(FHSAA) all state academic
team.

Infant lawbreaker
Police were called to a day
care center where a 3-year-old
was resisting a rest ...When
fish are in schools, they
sometimes take debate.
* Morris Williams is a local
historian and long-time Columbia
County resident.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR


Singing praises
of rescue workers
To the Editor:
On Saturday, April 14, at 9
p.m., rescue was called to pick
up Earl "Bud" Brady with
chest pains. The 911 operator,
fireman from Deep Creek and
the paramedic were so
professional, helpful and nice,
the paramedic even came to
the hospital later to check on
us at Lake Shore.
We were kept in the
emergency room (due to lack


of beds in ICU). The nurses
and staff were very caring and
professional. I was transferred
to ICU on Sunday morning
and once again the staff was
great, housekeeping cared
about the appearance and
cleanliness.
I was transferred to Shands
at AGH for a heart cath and
was given good service and
was admitted into AGH. Now
that was a entirely different
story.
The nursing staff did their
job, but were not really car-


ing, the rooms and hallways
were dark and dingy and not
very clean. I was discharged
on April 19 with reports of
not having a heart attack.
My wife and I want to thank
the staff of Lake Shore,
paramedics and 911 operator
for the wonderful job they
did. We are looking forward
to having the future medical
complex in Lake City, so we
will not have to leave Lake
City.
Bud and Carolyn Brady
Lake City


COMMENTARY



Summer
0

is on the



horizon

mThe good people who run
Columbia County's public schools
have to be counting the hours
until the final bell rings and
schools out for the summer
following the events that occurred at
Richardson Middle School last week.
Fights between students broke out on and
off the Richardson campus Tuesday, leading
to the arrests of 13 children. Both boys and
girls were involved.
And worse, the subsequent investigation
uncovered several rounds of ammunition at
the school. Fortunately, no gun was found
with the bullets. A student, however, told
officials that she had seen one of those
involved in the fights with a gun during the
scuffle.
Lawmen did
find. and
confiscate two
pair of brass .
knuckles.
P61lice and
school officials
said the fights Michael Leonard
stemmed from Phone: (386) 754-0417
events that had mleonard@lakedtyreporter.com
occurred off
campus and carried over onto Richardson's
grounds. School leaders ramped up the security
and held on tight through Friday, hoping that
this weekend's break will ease tensions and
allow a normal school week to begin tomorrow.
The scary part of this episode is the
recognition that there was some planning and
malicious intent on the part of at least a
couple of these students. A kid doesn't bring
in bullets and brass knuckles unless he is
interested in causing major mayhem.
I believe school teachers, principals and
other school administrators have extremely
difficult jobs. They are expected to provide
students with a world-class education, but all:
too often must spend their time being more of
a disciplinarian or parent than teacher.
Consider also the emotions that must have
been felt by the teachers at Richardson last
week after the live ammunition and brass
knuckles were found. Were they able to
concentrate on the educational task at hand? I
don't know how they could.
Without getting too high on my soapbox,
I do want to preach the message of parental
and community responsibility for raising
respectful and non-threatening kids.
We can't turn the clock back to the 1950s and
the days of Ozzie and Harriet There were major
flaws in that era too, segregation, for example.
Still, I'm sure a lot of teachers wish Mom and
Dad - somebody - would train Junior to
answer "Yes, Ma'am" or "No, Sir" when they
are spoken to, and come to school with. a good
attitude rather than a set of brass knuckles.
Whether last week's altercations would
have occurred without the specter of the
Virginia Tech school shootings one week
earlier is anyone's guess.
There were at least two incidents across the
country last week where schools went into
lockdown mode after bomb threats. It is
certainly possible that the Blacksburg tragedy
has made kids more edgy, and spurred
attention-grabbing actions. Let's just hope and
pray that the nation's schools can finish the
year and enter summer vacation without any
further violent events.


Speaking of summer, what happened to
spring? Hot weather, it would seem, is here to
stay already, with daytime highs in the upper
80s and a blistering sun beating down.
I love many things about our lovely North
Florida, but summer-style heat this early in
the year isn't one of them. It's too early. I want
to go back on vacation, back to the lovely, cool
Ozarks of Southern Missouri where the family
spent a week at the end of March.
Branson, Mo., has all the shows and
attractions you can ask for, plus scenic mountains
and lovely farmland only minutes outside the
theatre district We took in shows at the Presley
- no relation to Elvis - and Legends theatres,
two venues that offered terrific showmanship
and talent in country, rock and Broadway music,
and an Irish dance performance.
Silver Dollar City is an amusement park just
outside Branson that has all the roller
coasters and rides my teenagers could handle,
plus a large portion of arts, crafts and musical
entertainment And there are attractions like
Ripley's Believe It or Not, Hollywood Wax
Museum and others to while away the hours.


There are obviously plenty of great things
to do right here with our springs, rivers and
beaches, but sometimes, no matter how nice
home is, it's just nice to just get away.
* Michael Leonard is publisher of the Lake City
Reporter.


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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL & NATION SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


FLORIDA DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION

ROAD REPORT


The following is a list of
roadwork underway by the
FDOT that may impact traffic.

COLUMBIA COUNTY
* Branford Highway (State
Road 247): Daytime lane
closures between County Road
242 and the Interstate 75
overpass are scheduled to
begin Monday between the
hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30
p.m. to mill and resurface.
Crews are not scheduled to
close any lanes at the 1-75
overpass this week between
8:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. to add
guardrail to the overpass.
However, the width of the
overpass is now restricted to 11
feet and all wide loads are
prohibited from crossing the
overpass for the next month.
The speed limit will be reduced
to 35 mph. Also, crews will
continue to work on drainage
which may require lane
closures between the
Suwannee County line and
Interstate 75 overpass. Also,
they may begin adding the
five-foot wide shoulder
beginning Thursday. Work will
also continue on the at the
County Road 240 intersection
where the hill is being lowered.
A lane shift is in place.
* North Marion Avenue
(U.S. 441): Detour scheduled to
begin Monday, May 7 at the
intersection with Washington
Street. Northbound traffic will be
detoured east on Franklin
Street, north on Hemando
Street, west on Escambia
Street and back to North Marion
Avenue. Southbound traffic will
be detoured west on Escambia
Street, south on Columbia
Street, east on Franklin Street
and back to North Marion
Avenue. This detour will allow
the pouring of the new poles for
the traffic signals and
placement of the poles.
* U.S. 41 North: Daytime
lane closures between
Interstate 10 and the Hamilton


County line for working on the
roadside shoulders. The speed
limit will be reduced to 35 mph
during lane closures. Also,
working on drainage structures
and installing guardrail at the
Suwannee River Bridge. Also,
the northbound lane will be
closed at the Suwannee River
Bridge on Monday from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. for routine bridge
maintenance.
* U.S. 441: Daytime lane
closures at the Rose Creek
Bridge and Clayhole Creek
Bridge to replace the guardrail..
Also, crews will be working at
the County Road 133 and
County Road 242 intersections
to add turn lanes. Lanes can
not be closed from 6:30-8:30
a.m. Crews may be working at
the County Road 252
intersection on Monday on the
traffic signals which will allow
the signals to go back on
normal operation.. In about a
week to two weeks the final
layer of asphalt will begin to be
placed.

SUWANNEE COUNTY:
* Interstate 10: Daytime
and night-time lane closures
between U.S. 90 and the
Suwannee River Bridge
(Madison County line) (6 miles)
as crews place the final layer of
asphalt. The speed limit is
reduced to 60 mph when
.workers are present. Motorists
may wish to use U.S. 90 as an
alternative route and can reach
U.S. 90 by using Exit 275 (U.S.
90) if headed westbound.
Eastbound travelers can reach
U.S. 90 by using Exit 262


(County Road 255) or Exit 258
(State Road 53) in Madison
County.
* U.S. 90: The new traffic
signal at the intersection with
County Road 49 will remain on
flash until work to coordinate it
with the railroad crossing on the
north side of the intersection is
completed.

ALACHUA COUNTY:
* Interstate 75: Crews will
be working on the northbound
and southbound exit ramps to
U.S. 441 during the week to
complete the project.
* U.S. 441: Possible daytime
lane closures from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. for work on the. roadway
and signals at the 1-75
interchange in Alachua. Both
northbound and southbound
1-75 traffic has been shifted into
its final layout. Also, inmate
crews will be repainting the
roadway lines between 1-75 and
the railroad overpass in Alachua
Monday through Thursday.
* West Newberry Road
(State Road 26): The road will
be completely closed beginning
Friday, May 4 at 7 p.m. until
Sunday, May 6 at 7 p.m. to
replace the railroad crossing
just west of U.S. 41 in
Newberry. Semi-trucks will be
detoured to U.S. 41, County
Roads 232 and 337 and back to
SR 26. All other traffic will be
detoured to Northwest 253rd
Street, Northwest First Avenue,
North Seaboard Drive and back
to SR 26. Also, daytime lane
closures as inmate crews
repaint the roadway markings
from County Road 241 to
Interstate 75.

LEVY COUNTY:
* State Road 320: Crews
will be repainting the roadway
lines from U.S. 19 to the end of
state maintenance. This is a
moving operation but motorists
should not pass in between the


paint truck and the safety truck
following.
* U.S. 41: Possible daytime
lane closures from U.S. 27A to
the Alachua County line as
crews complete the resurfacing
project.

BRADFORD COUNTY:
* State Road 16: Daytime
lane closures from east of U.S.
301 to the Clay County line to
complete the resurfacing project
and cleanup.

GILCHRIST COUNTY:
* State Road 26: Daytime
lane closures from U.S. 129 in
Trenton to the eastern city limits
as crews work on sidewalk,
wheelchair accessible ramps at
side streets and on drainage
structures from Trenton to the
east. Motorists entering the
roadway from a side street or
driveway should wait until traffic
passes in the direction they
wish to travel. Also, crews will
be repainting the roadway lines
from U.S. 19 to U.S. 129 in
Trenton. This is a moving
operation but motorists should
not pass in between the paint
truck and the safety truck
following.
* U.S. 129: Crews Will be
repainting the roadway lines
from the Levy County line to the
Suwannee County line. This is
a moving operation but
motorists should not pass in
between the paint truck and the
safety truck following.

UNION COUNTY:
* County Road 229: The
road is completely closed at the
New River Bridge between
State Road 121 and County
Road 225 to replace the
existing bridge. The detour is
State Road 121 to State Road
16 to County Road 225.
Anticipated reopening is July.
* County Road 241: The
new bridge is open to traffic at


Swift Creek. Possible lane
closures as crews finish the
project.

MADISON COUNTY:
* County Road 53: Traffic
has been switched to the new
bridge over Norton Creek. Lane
closures may occur while work
on the new bridge continues.
The speed limit is reduced to 45
mph.

BAKER COUNTY:
* Interstate 10: Daytime
and night-time lane closures
beginning Monday as crews mill
and resurface from the
Columbia County line to U.S..
90. This is a 24-hour operation
which will begin each Monday
at 6 a.m. and end Fridays at 6
a.m. The total distance is 10
miles.


* State Road 121: Daytime
lane closures from U.S. 90 to
the Georgia line from 8 a.m.
until dark for repaving. Lanes
can not be closed from 6-'8 a.m.
On-street parking between U.S.
90 and Linda Street may be
prohibited for repaving.
* U.S. 90: The westbound
lane will be closed about a half
a mile east of Sanderson on
Wednesday from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. for routine bridge
maintenance.

DIXIE COUNTY:
* State Road 349: Crews
will be repainting the roadway
lines from U.S. 19 to the
Lafayette County line. This is a
moving operation but motorists
should not pass in between the
paint truck and the safety truck
following.


Siea w v (.Jnss o 200'


We are so very proud of you
and your accomplishments.
You have grown up to be a
beautiful woman.
LO\IE - Mom, Dad, Dylan,
Grandpa & Nana


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Free HDTV perks up old-fashioned rabbit ears irg


By JOE MIUCIA
Associated Press
CLEVELAND - Buying an
antenna for a high-definition,
television seems as out of
place as using a rotary phone
to make a call.
But some consumers are
spending thousands of dollars
on LCD or plasma TVs and
hooking them up to $50 anten-
nas that don't look much dif-
ferent from what grandpa had
on top of his black-and-white
picture tube.
They're not doing it for the
nostalgia.
Local TV channels, broad-
cast in HD over-the-air, offer
superior picture quality over
the often-compressed signals
sent by cable and satellite TV
companies.
And the best part? Over-
the-air HD is free.
"Eighty-year-old technolo-
gy is being redesigned and
rejiggered to deliver the best
picture quality," said Richard
Schneider, president of
Antennas Direct. "It's an
interesting irony."
A few years ago, Schneider'
started an assembly line in his
garage and sold antennas out
of the trunk of his car. Now
his Eureka, Mo.-based compa-
ny has seven employees and
did $1.4 million in sales last
year. He expects revenue to
double in 2007.
"People thought I was nuts.
They were laughing at me
when I told them I was start-
ing an antenna company,"
Schneider said.
Before cable and satellite
existed, people relied on
antennas to receive analog
signals from local TV stations'
broadcasting towers. Stations
still send out analog signals,
but most now transmit HD
digital signals as well.
(Congress has ordered broad-
casters to shut off old-style
analog TV broadcasts by
Feb. 17, 2009.)
Consumers who can get a
digital signal from an antenna
will get an excellent picture,
said Steve Wilson, principal
analyst for consumer elec-
tronics at ABI Research.
One major difference with a
digital over-the-air signal is it
doesn't get snowy and fuzzy
like the old analog signal.


Instead, the picture will turn
into tiny blocks and go black.
"You either get it or you
don't," said Dale Cripps,
founder and co-publisher of
HDTV Magazine. "Some peo-
ple can receive it with rabbit
ears, it depends where you
are."
Schneider recommends
indoor antennas only for cus-
tomers within 25 miles of a
station's broadcast tower. An
outdoor antenna will grab a
signal from up to 70 miles
away as long as no mountains
are in the way, he said.
The Consumer Electronics
Association has a Web site
http://www.antennaweb.org/
that tells how far an address is
from towers and recommends
what type of antenna to use.
"When you're using an
antenna to get an HD signal
you will be able to receive
true broadcast-quality HD,"
said Megan Pollock, spokes-
woman for the group. "Some
of the cable and satellite com-
panies may choose to com-
press the HD signal."
Compression involves
removing some data from the
digital signal. This is done so
that the providers will have
enough room to send hun-
dreds of other channels


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source, whether it's over-the-
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Kevin Holtz, of suburban
Cleveland, chose an antenna
because he didn't want to pay
his satellite provider extra for
local broadcast channels.
Holtz, 30, can't get the sig-
nal from one local network
affiliate or a public broadcast-
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the stations come in clearer
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a 40-inch Sony LCD, which
retails for about $3,000.
"Over-the-air everything is
perfect," Holtz said.
Another downside to using
just an antenna is that only
local channels are available,
meaning no ESPN, TNT, CNN
or Discovery Channel. Some
consumers partner an antenna
with cable or satellite service.


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photo on the roof of his house
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COMMUNITY CALE


Announcements

Farmers Market
open every Friday
The Marion Street Farmers
Market is open from 2 p.m. to
dusk every Friday and is
located on the corner of Marion
Avenue and Hamilton Street.

High Springs Farmers
Market events for May
High Springs Farmers Market
calendar of events for May:
* Saturday - 11a.m. to
3 p.m. - Seasonal Saturday
Market open with "Sink Hole
de Mayo" featuring a salsa
contest
* May 10 - 2 to 6 p.m. -
Buy Local Block Party
* May 12-- 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. - Seasonal Saturday
Market open with "Jazz in the
Park"
* May.19 - 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. -.Seasonal Saturday
Market open with "Jazz in the
Park"
M May 24 - 2 to 6 p.m. -
School's (almost) Out
Celebration & Health Fair
* May 26-- 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. - Seasonal Saturday
Market open with Memorial
Day Party in the Park,
featuring "Crown Vix" blues
band.

Tuesday
Driver safety program set
for Tuesday, Wednesday
Columbia County Senior
Services, Inc. will host a AARP
Driver Safety Program Class
from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday and
Wednesday at the Golden age
Senior Center, 480 S.E.
Clements Place behind the
D.O.T. on Marion Ave. The
trainer will be Ann George.
Walk ins are welcome.
For more information, call
Mrs. George at 752-9061.

Wednesday
Friendship Luncheon
planned for Wednesday
The May Friendship
Luncheon of the Lake City'
Newcomers will take place on
Wednesday at Grace Manor in
Live Oak. Anyone needing
,transportation should meet at
Sthe Park n Ride across from
Arbys on Commerce
Boulevard at 10:15 a.m. and
we will car pool to Live Oak.
For more information, call
754-2695 or 961-9335, All
members, friends and guests
are welcome.

Friday
Pregnancy Crisis Center
plans yard sale for Friday
The Pregnancy Crisis Center
of Lake City will hold its annual
yard sale starting at 8 a.m.
Friday. Plan to arrive early for
the best selection of the many
items offered for sale. All
proceeds from the sale will
benefit pregnant women and
babies in crisis situations.
For more information call
755-0058.

Live Oak Singles meeting
canceled for Friday
Live Oak Singles will not
have a meeting on Friday.
Meetings will resume from 7 to
10 p.m. May 18 at St. Lukes
Church in Live Oak. Meetings
are on the first and third Fridays
each month.
For more information, call
Anna at 963-5774.

Saturday
Classic car show, swap
meet planned for Saturday


TROY ROBERTS/Lake City Reporter

Prepping for a new look
Work on the interior of the former R.J. Gator's restaurant has begun, as the owners hope to make the
new Coolwater Grille more open, as well as add a lounge. The restaurant is scheduled to open in mid


July. See full story, Page 1C.
A classic car show and swap
meet will be from 2 to 6 p.m.
Saturday at E.A. Wholesale
located on Highway 100 East
and Baya Ave. across from the
Hardees restaurant on Highway
100 East.
All cars will be judged and
there will be trophies.
Registration is $5 per car and car
related vendors 10Ox10 area is
$10 each. All proceeds to benefit
Habitat for Humanity.
For more information, call
Tommie Richardson at 755-0164
or E.A. Wholesale at 758-9303.

Lulu homecoming day
planned for Saturday
Lulu homecoming day will
begin at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, at
the Lulu Community Center.
There will be activities all day
long and bring a basket lunch for
everyone in your party. There will
be a handmade quilt raffle and
bring in a copy of any favorite
photos to add to the Lulu
Memory Photo Album.

Coming Up
Vendors needed
for June 2 festival
Vendors are wanted for arts
and crafts at the Welbom
Blueberry Festival June 2
(setup will be June 1).
For more information, call
Wendaell Snowden at 963-1157
or 590-0002 or e-mail
wendllsnowden @prodigy.net.

Transportation Board
volunteers needed
Are you interested in helping
improve public transportation
services? Volunteer positions
are currently available on the
Transportation Disadvantaged
Board.
For more information, call
Lynn Godfrey at The North
Central Florida Regional
Planning Council
1-800-226-0690, extension 110.

Girls Club registration
planned for May 9
The Girls Club summer
registration will be at 8 a.m. May
9 at the Girls Club. Cost for the
10 week summer program is
$225. The child must be at least
six-years-old and completed the
first grade.
For more information, call Terri
Phillips at 719-5840.

Lake City Medical Center
needs gift shop volunteer
The Lake City Medical Center
is looking for volunteers that
would be interested in working in
the Raintree Gift Shop at the


Lake City Medical Center.
For more information, call
Maureen Lloyd at 752-4885 or
Sarah Ford at 752-6435.

CHS class of '72
reunion to take place
Columbia High School's Class
of 1972 35-year reunion will be
June 30 at the Spirit of
Suwannee in Live Oak.
For more information, call
George H. Hudson Jr. at
755-0630.

CHS class of 1962
reunion in planning
The CHS class of 1962 is
planning its 45th class reunion.
Addresses are needed. Call
Linda Hurst Greene at
752-0561 to provide address and
contact information.

Blueberry pageant
planned for May 19
Mr. & Miss Blueberry
Pageant is set for May 19 in
Wellborn. Children from 3 to 18-
years old are eligible.
For more information and
entry forms call Denise Randolph
at 963-4535. Deadline is April 22.

Head Start now
taking applications
SV4C's Head Start a free
early childhood program for low
income families with children
birth to age 5 and children with
disabilities is now accepting
applications for the 2007-2008
school year. Bring proof of
income and proof of child's age
to register.
For more information, call
754-2222 ext. 101.

Hospice fundraiser
to benefit center
Planting a tree is a beautiful
way to memorialize a loved one.
By giving oxygen, fruit, beauty
and shade, a tree symbolizes
life. Now you can purchase a
tree to benefit the 16-bed
Suwannee Valley Hospice Care
Center, which opened in late
January. The new facility
provides quality end-of-life care
to residents of Columbia,
Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette,
Baker, and Union counties.
Thanks to the generosity of
donors and volunteers,
Suwannee Valley staff are
offering a large variety of trees.
for sale - a selection that
includes a large Bradford pear,
many sizes of Crape myrtle,
maple, oak, and Golden
Raintree. The sale also includes
landscaping and flowering trees,
azaleas, boxwoods, red tips,
redbud, forsythia, English


dogwood, cypress and many
more. Trees are priced at $10
and under. Supplies are limited.
Sales will continue through the
end of April.
For more information about
purchasing trees, contact
Carolyn Long, Haven Hospice
volunteer specialist, at
752-9191, or after hours at
288-2262.

High Springs
Farmers Market
June
* June 2 - 12 to 3 p.m. -
Seasonal Saturday Market open.
E June 9-12 to 3 p.m. -
Seasonal Saturday Market open.
E June 16-12 to 3 p.m.-
Seasonal Saturday Market open.
* June 23 - 12 to 3 p.m. -
Seasonal Saturday Market open.
* June 28 - 2 to 6 p.m. -
Buy Local Block Party
celebrating our American
heritage
* June 30-l12 to 3 p.m.
Seasonal Saturday Market's
Independence Day Celebration
(last day for Seasonal Saturday
Market)

'Sew Much Love'
Lake City Quilt Walk
In Historic Downtown Lake
City quilts will be on display in
merchant windows and stores on
May 11-12. A Mother's Day tea is
planned for May 12 at Tucker's'
Restaurant in the Blanche Hotel.
The price for the tea is $15 per
person and is presneted by the
Downtown Action Corporation.
Proceeds from the tea will go to
the Columbia County Senior
Services.
For more information, visit the
Lake City Quilt Walk site at
www.LakeCityDowntown.com or
call 758-13'12.

Fire Department seeks
help to buy teaching tool
The Lake City Fire
Department is trying to add a
new teaching tool to its fire
prevention program. Patches
and Pumper is an exciting tool
for teaching fire safety. It's a
fully animated Dalmation and
fire truck robot; it moves,
speaks, listens, plays audio
cassette tapes, winks and
blinks all by remote control.
Patches and Pumper can be
used with great success in
school classrooms, assemblies,
station tours, mall exhibits and
the local fair and any other
settings where safety messages
are presented.
Any good teaching tool
comes with a price. Patches
and Pumper's complete setup
will cost just under $10,000.
Three fourths of the goal has


been met and the hope is that
the project will be in service
before the 2007-2008 school
year begins. Send donations to:
Lake City Fire Department
Attn: Patches and Pumper
225 NW Main Blvd. Suite 101
Lake City, Fl. 32055
Checks payable to: Fire
Prevention.
For more information, call
Don Wilson at 752-3312, cell at
623-4758.

Monthly Newcomers
meeting set for May 9
The regular monthly meeting
of the Lake City Newcomers will
take place at 11 a.m. on May 9
at the Guang Dong Resturant in
the Lake City Mall. All members,
friends and guests are welcome
- Luncheon is $10 - The
program for the day will be the
Silent Auction.
For more information, call
754-2695 or 961-8643.


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OBITUARIES


Mrs. Helen P. Welden
Mrs. Helen P. Welden, 92, of White
Springs, died late Friday evening in
the the Lake City Medical Center
following an extended illness. A
native of White Plains, New York,
Mrs. Welden had been a resident of
White Springs since 1995 having
moved here from Margate, Florida.
Mrs. Welden was a homemaker. A
longtime resident of Margate,
Florida, Mrs. Welden was the City
Historian, a member of the Margate
Womens Club and the Library Club
of Margate. She was an award win-
ning painter and she loved to spend
time at the beach. Mrs. Welden was
Episcopalian. She was preceded in
death by her husband William Albert
Welden and a daughter, Wendy Ann


Loveless.
Mrs. Welden is survived by a son
and daughter-in-law, Donn & Sandy
Welden of White Springs, Florida;
her eight grandchildren, Jim,
Autumn, Lisa, Donn, David, Kim,
Kenny and Peter. Twelve great-
grandchildren also survive.
Services for Mrs. Welden will be
conducted at 11:00 A.M., Friday,
May 4, 2007 in the chapel of the
Dees-Parrish Family Funeral Home
with Rev. Steve Curtis officiating.
Private family interment services
will follow in Riverside Cemetery in
White Springs, Florida. In lieu of
flowers the family requests that
memorial donations be made to the
Haven Hospice, 6037 U.S. Hwy. 90
West, Lake City, FL 32055.


Arrangements are under the direc-
tion of the DEES-PARRISH FAM-
ILY FUNERAL HOME, 458 S.
Marion Ave., Lake City. (752-1234
or 752-2211) Please sign our on-line
family guestbook at www.deesfami-
lyfuneralhome.com.
Mrs. Juanita Murphy
Mrs. Juanita Murphy, 80, of Lake
City, died early Saturday morning,
April .28, 2007, in the Lake City
Medical Center following an
extended illness. Funeral arrange-
ments are incomplete at this time but
will be available later today by call-
ing 752-2211 or 752-1234.
Arrangements are under the direc-
tion of the DEES-PARRISH FAM-
ILY FUNERAL HOME, 458 S.


Marion Ave., Lake City. (752-1234)
Mable Turner
Mable Turner, 63, went to rest with
the Lord on April 25, 2007. She fol-
lowed her son James, daughters
Belinda and Jill. Her survivors are
her husband William, children
Lorisa (Adam), David (Trina),
Johnny (Mellissa), and Cindy
(Danny). Brothers Lewis and Joe.
Sisters Connie, Ruby and Sue.
Thirteen grandchildren.
Memorial services will take place
for the family at Oaklawn Cemetery
in Plant City, Florida.
Obituaries are paid advertisements.
For details, call the Lake City
Reporter's classified department at
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Small Business Expo draws

record number of vendors


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com

The Lake City Mall played
host to the Small Business
Expo on Saturday which
allowed approximately 40
Columbia County-based busi-
nesses to showcase their serv-
ices to local residents.
The expo was sponsored by
the Lake City-Columbia County
Chamber of Commerce's
Business Enhancement
Committee. Businesses set up
display booths near the center
of the mall that allowed visitors


to see what was offered.
The 40 vendors were the
most that the expo has seen and
organizers were pleased with
the amount of traffic they had
seen early Saturday afternoon.
"We've got good foot traffic
this year," said organizer John
Kasak.
He said the event is good
for local residents because it
allows them a chance to see
businesses they might not
normally see during the week
to and from work. He said the
event is good for fledgling and
established businesses.


"There are just so many
new businesses coming to
town," Kasak said.
He said the event is also
good for the Lake City Mall.
Jim Magwood, President
and CEO of First Coast
Biofuels, said the event is a
good way for a business to get
more exposure. Magwood
was at the event promoting
renewable biofuels
"There may be a lot of peo-
ple who haven't seen our
signs and our advertisements
and we just wanted to get out
more into the public," he said.


TROY ROBERTSILake City Reporter
Ginny Smith, of ERA Advantage Realty, talks to a customer Saturday at the real estate company's
booth during the Small Business Expo at the Lake City Mall.


LAWMAKERS: Have busy agenda lined up


Continued From Page 1A
"I think we have, plenty of
time to do good things, and I'm
still optimistic," said Gov.
Charlie Crist, who is experi-
encing his first session as chief
executive.
The biggest fight - and
greatest uncertainty - will
center on the competing prop-
erty tax plans.
The House leadership is still
pushing a plan that would
eliminate property taxes on
primary homes and replace
that money by raising the state
sales tax from 6 percent to 8.5
percent - but their fellow
Republicans in the Senate
want no part of it
Instead, they want to simply
roll back and cap property
taxes. Crist jumped into the
squabble with a plan that's
closer to the Senate's.
"You can't always get what
you want but if you try you
might sometimes get what you
need," the governor said, man-
gling the lyrics of an old
Rolling Stones hit
House Speaker Marco
Rubio, R-West Miami, spent a
lot of political capital on his
attempt to eliminate the home-
owners assessment, but his
plan appears doomed.


"I don't care whose idea it is,"
Rubio said Thursday. "We're
interested in the outcome, not
the method and not the spon-
sor. Our goal is savings, not any
particular method."
The budget is the only bill
legislators must pass before
the session ends and it covers
the next fiscal year, which
begins July 1. Eachichamber
has passed its own version of
the $70 billion-plus spending
plan, and committees will
resolve the differences.
The Senate has proposed
spending about $1.5 billion
more than the House mainly
through more road building
and other public works proj-
ects designed to boost the
state's sagging economy,
mainly from a construction
decline. The House, though,
has kept $2 billion in reserve
- about twice as much as the
Senate - as a hedge against
further economic slumps.
The two'chambers also have
different plans for moving up the
state's presidential preference
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touch-screen machines, which
operate like automated teller
machines, with optical scan
machines that count paper bal-
lots. The House proposal
would move the primary date
to a week behind the New
Hampshire primary, which
has yet to be scheduled.


TROY ROBERTS/Lake City Reporter
Phillip Gainous sorts through some materials delivered at the Columbia County Fairgrounds for
disposal during the eighth annual Columbia County Toxic Round-up.

TOXIC: Event surpassed last year's total
Continued From Page 1A


dropped off waste at the event.
"It may slow down now because of how many
things are going on this afternoon," Lycan said,
referring to the Lake City Rotary Club's
Airshow.
The waste drop-offs were handled in a drive-
through fashion. A motorist would pull up, exit
their vehicle and many times, assist county
employees in removing items from the rear of a
truck bed or a trunk of a car. Some items, such
as paint cans, were easily removed. Others,
such as older model big-screen televisions,
required the efforts of several people.


He said they had seen a lot of paint and auto-
motive fluids, as well as a lot of electronic
equipment such as computers and televisions.
Lycan said they do their best to recycle as
much of it as they can.
"Very little of it is buried," he said.
He noted that most of the batteries are sold
to a company that recycles them for their lead.
He said the computers and other electronic
equipment are recycled. He said much of the
paint is re-blended and can be used again.
"Most of it is used in some other way," Lycan
said.


Several hundred gather to protest Bush


Associated Press

MIAMI - About 600 pro-
testers gathered at a demon-
stration outside a college cam-
pus while President George
W. Bush gave the commence-
ment speech at the school
Saturday afternoon.
People opposed to the pres-
ident's policies and the war in
Iraq gathered along a main
avenue at the Kendall Campus
of Miami Dade College.
"I want to do anything I can
to bring the war to an end,"
said one of the protesters, 55-
year-old Thomas Kreycik, a


mental health counselor. "We
are throwing away money, we
are throwing away the lives of
our troops for no justifiable
reason."
Passing drivers honked their
horns in solidarity with the pro-
testers and many stopped to
pick up pamphlets. Many chil-
dren attended with their fami-
lies and a dog owner dressed
his pooch, Barney, in an anti-
Bush shirt. People beat drums,
tapped tambourines and chant-'
ed "I didn't become a citizen to
help Bush mess it up."
Police stood relaxed next to
protesters or behind tempo-


rary fences. Officers declined
to estimate the size. of the
crowd..
Chris Kirchner, 48, a public
school teacher from south
Miami, came dressed in an
outfit that she said represent-
ed Iraq on fire. She was wear-
ing an orange dress and an
orange paper crown in the
shape of flames.
Kirchner also held a large
poster that read "liar."
"We cannot have our chil-
dren's future spent at the cost
of $1 billion a day on a false
war," she said. "We are not
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BRIEFS


Estonia riots
spread to 2 towns
TALLINN, Estonia -
Minority Russian youths angry
over the government's
decision to remove a Soviet
war memorial from the
Estonian capital rioted for a
second night, with unrest
spreading to at least two
other towns.
Sixty-six people were
injured in the capital, Tallinn,
including six policemen. More
than 500 people - many of
them adolescents - were
detained overnight as vandals
prowled the streets, breaking
shop windows and looting
stores, police spokeswoman
Julia Garanza said Saturday.
Unrest also spread Friday
evening to the towns of
Kohtla-Jarve and Johvi, two
towns dominated by Russian
speakers about 110 miles
east of Tallinn. More than 40
people were detained there,
local officials said. In Johvi, a
few hundred rioters smashed
store windows and broke
traffic signs, authorities said.
The rioting was the worst
seen since the Baltic state
won independence from the
Soviet Union in 1991, and has
raised concern throughout the
European Union, of which
Estonia has been a member
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Bush talks
about immigration
MIAMI - President Bush,
pushing for a hard-to-find
breakthrough on a broad
immigration
overhaul,
-uappealed to
graduating
College
students in
this diverse.
city
Bush Saturday
for help in
persuading Congress to
produce a bill.
Bush gave the
commencement address at
Miami Dade College, where
more than half the students
were raised speaking a
language other than English.
He gave the Class of 2007 an
assignment: Tell their elected
representatives in Washington
to get going on immigration
overhaul.
'"Y6u see every day the
values of hard work, and
family, and faith that immigrants
bring," the president said. 'This
experience gives you a special
responsibility to make your
voices heard."

Corzine's crash
raises questions
TRENTON, N.J. -The
high-speed automobile
accident that critically injured
Gov. Jon S. Corzine has
focused attention on the
practices of governors' official
drivers across the nation.
Corzine, who took his first
steps Wednesday since his
April 12 crash and is expected
to leave the hospital in the
week ahead, suffered 11
broken ribs, a severe leg
fracture and other injuries
when the state SUV in which
he was a,passenger went out
control and smashed into a
guard rail.
The vehicle, driven by a
state trooper, was going 91
mph in a 65 mph zone with its
emergency lights flashing.
Corzine, late for a meeting
between radio host Don Imus
and the Rutgers women's
basketball team, was not
wearing a seat belt as he rode
in the front seat.
According to an Associated
Press survey of travel policies
nationwide, governors' drivers
- who are state law
enforcement officers - are
expected to obey traffic and
safety laws and not to speed.

Psychics shut
down under law
PHILADELPHIA- They
never saw it coming.
City inspectors shut down
more than a dozen psychics,
astrologers and tarot-card
readers after learning about a
decades-old state law that


bans fortune telling for profit.'
Inspectors did not make
arrests or issue fines, "but they
will if these people try to return
to work," said Dominic E. Verdi,
deputy commissioner of the city
Department of Licenses and
Inspections.
Verdi said the law, on the
books for more than 30 years,
makes fortunetelling "for gain or
lucre" a third-degree
misdemeanor.
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Firefighters hose down burning vehicles as others cover victims with blankets following an explosion in
a crowded commercial area near the Imam Hussein shrine in Karbala, south of Baghdad, Saturday.


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By KIM GAMEL
Associated Press

BAGHDAD - A car bomb
exploded Saturday in the
Shiite holy city of Karbala as
the streets were packed with
people heading for evening
prayers, killing at least 58 and
wounding scores near some of
the country's most sacred
shrines. Separately, the U.S.
military announced the deaths
of nine American troops,
including three killed
Saturday in a single roadside.
bombing outside Baghdad.
With black smoke clogging
the skies above Karbala,
angry crowds hurled stones at
police and later stormed the
provincial governor's house,
accusing authorities of failing
to protect them from the unre-
lenting bombings usually
blamed on Sunni insurgents. It
was the second car bomb to
strike the city's central area in
two weeks.
Near the blast site, sur-
vivors frantically searched for
missing relatives. Iraqi televi-
sion showed one man carry-
ing the charred body of a
small girl above his head as he
ran down the street while
ambulances rushed to retrieve


the wounded and firefighters
sprayed water at fires in the
wreckage, leaving pools of
bloody water.
The Americans killed in Iraq
included five who died in fight-
ing Friday in Anbar province,
three killed when a roadside
bomb struck their patrol
southeast of Baghdad and one
killed in a separate roadside
bombing south of the capital.
The deaths raised to 99 the
number of members of the
U.S. military who have died
this month and at least 3,346
who have died since the Iraq
war started in March 2003,
according to an Associated
Press count
The blast took place about 7
p.m. in a crowded commercial
area near the shrines of Imam
Abbas and Imatn Hussein,
major Shiite saints.
Security officials said the
car packed with explosives
was parked near a cement bar-
rier intended to keep traffic
away from the shrines, which
draw thousands of Shiite pil-
grims from Iran and other
countries.
That suggested the attack,
which occurred two weeks
after 47 people were killed and
224 were wounded in a car


bombing in the same area on
April 14, was aimed at killing
as many Shiite worshippers as
possible.
Salim Kazim, the head of
the health department in
Karbala, 50 miles south of
Baghdad, said 58 people were
killed and 168 wounded. The
figures were confirmed by
Abdul-Al al-Yassiri, the head of
Karbala's provincial council.
"I did not expect this explo-
sion because I thought the
place was well protected by the
police," said Qassim Hassan, a
clothing merchant who was
injured by the blast "I demand
a trial for the people in charge
of the security in Karbala."
Hassan, who spoke to a
reporter from his hospital bed,
said his brother and a cousin
were still missing.
"I regret that I voted for those
traitors who only care about
their posts, not the people who
voted for them," he said.
The U.S. military has
warned that such bombings
were intended to provoke
retaliatory violence by Shiite
militias, whose members have
largely complied with political
pressure to avoid confronta-
tions with Americans during
the U.S. troop buildup.


Budget stalls funds for armored cars


By LOLITA C. BALDOR
Associated Press

CAMP FALLUJAH, Iraq -
The armored carrier has a
grim black slash across its
side, burn marks on the door
and a web of cracks along the
window.
Like most of the Mine
Resistant, Ambush Protected
(MRAP) vehicles in Anbar
province, this one has been hit
as many as three times by
enemy fire and bomb blasts.
Yet, to date, no American troops
have died while riding in one.
But efforts to buy thousands
more carriers - each costing
about $1 million - could be
delayed if the White House
and Congress do not resolve
their deadlock over a $124.2
billion war spending bill.
About $3 billion for the
vehicles is tied up in the legis-
lation. The spending plan has
stalled because of a dispute
over provisions that would set
a timetable for the withdrawal
of U.S. troops from Iraq.
At a hearing last month,
lawmakers urged the Army to
get more of the carriers to the
battlefront as quickly as possi-
ble. The vehicles, with their
unique V-shaped hull that
deflects blasts outward and
away from passengers, are
considered lifesavers against
the No. 1 killer in Iraq - road-
side bombs.
Military leaders say the car-
riers have reduced roadside
bomb casualties in Iraq by as
much as two-thirds. But they
are not effective against the
enemy's latest weapon -
explosively formed penetra-
tors, which hurl a fist-sized
lump of molten copper capable
of piercing armored vehicles.
Right now, there are at least
1,100 of the armored carriers
on the battlefront in Iraq.
The Army, Marines, Navy,
Air Force and, Special
Operations forces want thou-


sands more. The goal is more
than 7,700, at a cost of about
$8.4 billion.
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Heartburn is a symptom that results when stomach acid flows back up into your esophagus -
the long tube that runs from your mouth to your stomach. Normally, when you swallow, an
opening to your stomach relaxes to let food or fluid in. Then it closes like a gate, ensuring that
your esophagus is a "one-way street." (In other words, what goes down, stays down.) But if the
sphincter around this opening doesn't work right, it allows stomach acid to back up, which
irritates the esophagus and causes heartburn.
Heartburn often happens after a big meal or if you lie down too soon after eating. A wide array
of other factors can also make it worse: pregnancy, extra weight, tight clothing, stress, cigarettes,
coffee, alcohol, and certain spicy or acidic or fatty foods. It can bother you for just a few
minutes. Or it can last for hours.
If heartburn happens more than twice a week, you may have a chronic condition called
gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or acid reflux. That means the sphincter near your
stomach is definitely not doing its job. Your heartburn may be due to a problem such as an
inflamed stomach, ulcers, or a hiatal hernia, where a part of your stomach pushes up through a
muscle wall into the chest.
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What can you do about heartburn? Start by making some lifestyle changes. Wait at least two to
three hours after eating to lie down. Avoid foods that "turn up the heat." Put 6-inch blocks under
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make a big difference.
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hydroxide. These combination products cancel out side effects of constipation and diarrhea that
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ASSOCIATED PRESS
James Fugate (second left) co-owner of Eso Won bookstore, debates local politics with Joanna Caine
(right) and her brother Joe (left) as employee T.C. Strickland joins in, inside the bookstore in the
Leimert Park Village section of Los Angeles, recently.

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how it should be city is trying to replace black- condos. They also are see
who should live oriented businesses with busi- a city designation as a "hi
*e. nesses catering to wealthier cal preservation zone," w
who revived white customers as a means of would limit construction.
(pronounced la- boosting tax revenue. They argue that prese
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government offi- remove black people," Ryan historically black S
pers and other said. Central already has under
who have a vision Councilman Bernard Parks big demographic shifts in
n new shoppers is concerned that the special- last decade, with middle-
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As the bomber soared silently
overhead, people gasped,
pointed and took photos of the
black, bat-like plane.
The Grounds the Limit sky-
divers showcased their skills
as well, diving from planes and
leading the audience in the
national anthem as one of the
skydivers came down with a
flag attached to his parachute.
Several pilots showcased
their skills through demon-
strations, including single aer-
obatics and multiple-plane for-
mation flights. The event con-
cluded with LeRoy taking to


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Whitney Tuggle sings the
national anthem while her father
Allen - one of the jumpers from
Grounds the Limit Sky Divers -
lands safely to the ground
during Saturday's airshow.


the skies, followed by the Lima
Lima Flight Team.
During his opening- act,
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spins, flips and other gravity-
defying maneuvers, including
one that involved cutting his
airspeed to zero and using the
propeller on the front of his
plane to levitate for several
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This year's airshow was
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Albuquerque
Anchorage
Atlanta
Baltimore
Billings
Birmingham
Bismarck
Boise
Boston
Buffalo
Charleston SC
Charleston WV
Charlotte
Cheyenne
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbia SC
Dallas
Daytona Beach
Denver


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Des Molnes
Detroit
El Paso
Fairbanks
Greensboro
Hartford
Honolulu
Houston
Indianapolis
Jackson MS
Jacksonville
Kansas City
Las Vegas
Little Rock
Los Angeles
Memphis
Miami
Minneapolis
Mobile
New Orleans
New York
Oklahoma City


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Orlando
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Portland ME
Portland OR
Raleigh
Rapid City
Reno
Richmond
Sacramento
St. Louis
Salt Lake City
San Antonio
San Diego
San Francisco
Seattle
Spokane
Tampa
Tucson
Washington


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Draft


gets a


taste of


Florida


have finished
the season on
top of the
NCAA, but the
Hurricanes and Seminoles
had more to flaunt in the
first round of the 2007 NFL
Draft on Saturday.
The Seminoles had the
dubious honor of being the
first pick out of Florida, and
Miami set an NFL record
with 13 consecutive years
with at least one player
going in the first round,
and ended up with three
getting picked up by the
end of the opening rotation.
Florida State linebacker
Lawrence Timmons was
the first in-state player to
be snagged, going to
Pittsburgh at the No. 15
spot. The Steelers were
expected to fill out their
defense in the first round,
and Timmons won't
disappoint. The junior pass
rusher had only one year of
starting experience but
made it count. He finished
2006 with nearly 80 tackles
- 18 for a loss - and five
sacks.
Florida defensive end
Jarvis Moss was the next to
go, getting picked up by
Denver in the No. 17 spot
Moss, whose game-saving,
finger-tip field goal block
against South Carolina was
played ad nauseum leading
up to the BCS title game,
was heralded by scouts for
being versatile and could
play linebacker for the
Broncos, who need a quality
pass rusher,
Moss bounced back from
sickness and injury for 56
tackles and 7.5 sacks in the
Gators' championship run.
Florida safety Reggie
Nelson impressed the NFL
with six interceptions and
51 tackles in his first full
season of Division I play,
but found his new home
just over an hour outside of
Gainesville when the
Jaguars selected him with
the No. 21 overall pick.
Miami's record pick
came Saturday when New
England chose defensive
back Brandon Meriweather
with the No. 24 pick, and
the Patriots seem to have
picked up a talented,
albeit raw, safety and
cornerback.
At only 5-foot-10 and
short of bulk, Meriweather
drew a lot of questions, but
should perform well
enough - even in the cold.
Even if coaches saw the
Atlantic Coast Conference as
watered down this season, 91
tackles is nothing to scoff at
any year.
Undersized yet aggressive
Miami linebacker Jon
Beason's number came up
next, and hell head to
Carolina to fill out the
defense and 'Canes tight end
Greg Olson rounded out
round one for the state
as he went to the Bears at
No. 31.
* Chris White covers sports
for The Lake City Reporter.


Labonte nips Stewart in


wild finish at Talladega

Lab1Onte takes lead two-time cup champion, to the the end of the first green-flag
* nh sinifh l ineb es than a cr-r lan and L~abnte jus ke t


on nal stretch, wins
by half a car length.
By MIKE HARRIS
Associated Press
TALLADEGA, Ala. - Bobby.
Labonte pushed teammate
Tony Stewart to the lead, then
won with a dramatic pass in the
last 200 yards Saturday in the
NASCAR Busch Series race at
Talladega Superspeedway.
Labonte came away with his
10th Busch win and first since
1998, beating Stewart, a


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length in the race that came
down to a green-white-checker
finish because of a late
caution.
Casey Mears and Kevin
Harvick were out front when
debris from the battered car
of Kasey Kahne brought out a
caution flag on lap 115, just
three laps from the scheduled
finish of Aaron's 312.
NASCAR waved the green
flag again for the overtime
finish at the start of lap 119 and
Labonte worked to the front
Both zoomed past Mears by


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pushing, Stewart, giving the
two lead cars a big margin
over Mears. Labonte bided his
time on the final lap around
the 2.66-mile oval until he
came off turn four.
At that point, he slipped up
the, banking and moved
alongside Stewart, with the
two cars nearly touching. As
they neared the finish line,
Labonte nosed ahead. His
engine blew as he crossed
the finish line with
steam wafting from under his
hood.


ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bobby Labonte celebrates after winning the Aaron's-312 on
Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala.


Raiders go for Russell


Ga. Tech's Calvin Johnson
is second pick; Brady
Quinn plummets to 22nd.
By BARRY WILNER
Associated Press
NEW YORK -JaMarcus Russell
barely had to wait before taking the
stage as an Oakland Raider at Saturday's
NFL draft. Brady Quinn turned out to be
the forgotten quarterback, lingering
long after Russell was picked, until
Cleveland took him 22nd.
Russell was the top choice, by the
offense-deficient Raiders. The 6-foot-6
junior QB who can throw the ball 80
yards fits the mold for Al Davis, who
loves the deep ball.
LSU players had plenty of draft-day
luster. Five spots after Russell, Tigers
safety LaRon ,Landry went to
Washington, and two more Tigers were
chosen later in the opening round.
Notre Dame's Quinn sat and watched
21 players get called before he went to
the Browns, the team he grew up
rooting for in Dublin, Ohio. Once
considered the best prospect in this
year's crop, he was still available when
the Browns traded with Dallas to get
back into the first round.
When selected, Quinn let out a big
sigh Obf relief before shaking
commissioner Roger Goodell's hand,
and fans who booed him before the draft
cheered him this time.
"I felt like the weight of the world was
lifted of my shoulders," Quinn said. "The
love-hate relationship comes from going
to Notre Dame. It's like the Yankees, you
either love 'em or hate 'em.
"I got great advice beforehand and
that was just to be patient I said before
that I was going to be open-minded, and
that's the tough thing. I was
open-minded, and I had a point in my
head where I didn't think I was going to
fall any further, and it obviously
exceeded that."
Russell had no such anxious
moments.
When Goodell, conducting his first


ASSOCIATED PRESS
JaMarcus Russell, a quarterback from Louisiana State, stands with NFL commissioner
Roger Goodell after being selected by the Oakland Raiders as the No. 1 overall pick
during the NFL Draft Friday at Radio City Music Hall in New York.


draft as commissioner, announced
Russell's name, Raiders fans in the
crowd cheered loudly. But there was a
mixture of cheers and boos when
Russell, who is bigger than some NFL
linemen, came on stage to don a Raiders
hat and hold up a No. 1 black jersey.
Then came chants of "L-S-U, L-S-U"
for the man who soon will be in charge
of the Oakland offense.
"I kind of had faith in it Everybody
had been talking ab6ut it for a while,"'


Russell said of being chosen first "It's a
dream come true. Growing up as a kid
playing every sport in life and always
seeing the guys on the professional
level, and here I am today."
"I, can't wait to get in the black and
silver and get to work."
While he works for a team that went
2-14 last season and scored only 168
points, Landry heads to the Redskins to
DRAFT continued on 3B


Jacksonville goes for Gators


safety; bypasses Quinn twice


Florida's Reggie Nelson
goes to Jaguars as
No. 21 overall pick.
By BRENT KALLESTAD
Associated Press
JACKSONVILLE - The
Jacksonville Jaguars were just one
more NFL team to bypass, Notre
Dame quarterback Brady Quinn
on Saturday, but the only team that
did it twice before settling on
Florida safety Reggie Nelson with
the 21st pick of the draft.
Cleveland then grabbed Quinn
as a No. 22 pick, following a trade
with the Dallas Cowboys.
"He was somebody that ended
up being there staring us in the
face," Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio
said. "We didn't feel, for us, it was a


fit"
Del Rio, however, wanted to
concentrate on the 6-foot,
198-pound Nelson, a popular local
pick who played two seasons for
the 2006 national champion Florida
Gators in Gainesville, just an hour
away from Jacksonville.
"We're excited about a
playmaking free safety from right
down the road," Del Rio said. "We
feel like he's a guy with special
range and play-making ability. He
brings speed and athleticism,
sideline-to-sideline range."
And the free safety position is up
for grabs at Jacksonville, where the
starter for the past three years,
Deon Grant, signed a long-term
contract with Seattle.
"Whatever it takes to get on the
field and help out the Jaguars win,"
Nelson said in a telephone


interview.
The 23-year-old Nelson totaled
97 tackles in two seasons with the
Gators, earning All-American
honors in 2006 when he had six
interceptions and also handled
some punt return duty.
James Harris, vice president of
player personnel for the Jaguars,
conceded the team brain trust had
never thought Quinn might be
available for them to choose.
"We like our quarterbacks,"
Harris said. 'We went in wanting to
get a playmaker on defense."
It was the first time in Del Rio's
five drafts that the Jaguars took a
defensive player in the first round.
When the team had the 21st pick
two years ago, it chose wide
receiver Matt Jones from
JAGUARS continued on 3B


Miami


fans not

happy

with


Ginn


Dolphins fans jeer
Cameron, chant for
QB Brady Quinn.
By STEVEN WINE
Associated Press
MIAMI,- The Miami
Dolphins went for Ginn
instead of Quinn, and fans at
the team's draft party jeered
new coach Cam Cameron for
the decision.
With Notre Dame
quarterback Brady Quinn on
the board, the Dolphins
decided against addressing
their most glaring need in the
first round and instead took
Ohio State receiver-returner
Ted Ginn Jr.
Thirty minutes after
selecting Ginn with the No. 9
pick, Cameron made a
three-minute appearance at a
draft party in the Dolphins'
indoor practice bubble. Fans
greeted him with boos and
continued to jeer as he spoke,
and some made a
thumbs-down gesture.
"Hey, we need that thumb to
go this direction," Cameron,
said, pointing his upward.
'Ted Ginn is going to be
someone you're going to enjoy
watching play for a long, long
time as a Miami Dolphin."
During Cameron's speech,
some fans began to cheer for
DOLPHINS continued on 3B


ASSOCIATED PRESS
Florida's Reggie Nelson (1) returns an interception in
the Southeastern Conference Championship game
at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Dec. 2, 2006.


Section B










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SCOREBOARD


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TV sports

Today
AUTO RACING
I p.m.
SPEED - Rolex Sports Car Series, Rolex
Series DP at Alton,Va.
1:30 p.m.
FOX - NASCAR, Nextel Cup. Aaron's
499. atTalladega,Ala.
4:30 p.m.
ESPN2 - IRL, Kansas IndyCar 300, at
Kansas City, Kansas
7 p.m.
ESPN2 - NHRA, Southern Nationals,
final eliminations, at Hampton, Ga. (same-day
tape)
COLLEGE SOFTBALL
2 p.m.
ESPN2 -Tennessee at LSU
GOLF
8:30 a.m.
TGC - European PGA Tour, Open de
Espana, final round, at Madrid, Spain
I p.m.
TGC - Nationwide Tour, Henrico
County Open, final round, at Glen Allen,Va.
3 p.m.
CBS - PGA Tour, Byron Nelson
Championship, final round, at Irving, Texas
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
3 p.m.
TBS -Atlanta at Colorado
8 p.m.
ESPN - Chicago Cubs at St. Louis
MOTORSPORTS
6 p.m.
SPEED - AMA Superbike, at Fontana,
Calif.
NBA BASKETBALL
I p.m.
ABC -- Playoffs, Eastern Conference first
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ABC - Playoffs,Western Conference first
round, game 4, Phoenix at L.A. Lakers
7:30 p.m.
TNT - Playoffs, Eastern Conference first
round, game 4,Toronto at New Jersey
10 p.m.
TNT - Playoffs,Western Conference first
round, game 4, Dallas at Golden State
NFL EUROPA
6 a.m.
NFL - Amsterdam at Berlin (same-day
tape)
Mid.
NFL - Cologne at Rhein (same-day tape)
NFL FOOTBALL
II a.m.
ESPN - Draft, at New York
NHL HOCKEY
2 p.m.
NBC -, Playoffs, Eastern Conference
semifinals, game 3, Buffalo at N.Y Rangers
8 p.m.
VERSUS - Playoffs, Western Conference
semifinals, game 3,Anaheim atVancouver

Monday
ARENA FOOTBALL
8 p.m.
ESPN2 - Philadelphia at Chicago,
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
7 p.m.
ESPN - St. Louis at Milwaukee
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TimesTBA
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NHL HOCKEY
7 p.m.


ACROSS


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4 Beatles' meter
maid
8 Popcorn buy
11 Kind of sax
13 Vivacity
14 Mouths,
in biology
15 Type of triangle
17 Mining
hazard
18 Foul-tasting
19 Largest
mammal
21 Some
22 Drone
23 Traffic-jam noise
26 Dratted
29 Headphones
30 Prospects for
gold
31 "Ulalume" poet
33 Khan of note
34 Ump's calls
35 Bold look
36 Pony pad
38 Swerves


VERSUS --Playoffs, Eastern Conference
semifinals, game 3, New Jersey at Ottawa
10 p.m.
VERSUS - Playoffs, Western Conference
semifinals, game 3, Detroit at San Jose

BASKETBALL

NBA playoffs

FIRST ROUND
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Detroit vs. Orlando
Detroit 100, Orlando 92
Detroit 98, Orlando 90
Detroit 93, Orlando 77
Saturday
Detroit 97, Orlando 93, Detroit wins
series 4-0

Cleveland vs.Washington
Cleveland 97,Washington 82
Cleveland 109,Washington 102
Saturday
Cleveland 98, Washington 92, Cleveland
leads series 3-0
Monday
Cleveland at Washington, 7 p.m.

Toronto vs. New Jersey
New Jersey 96,Toronto 91
Toronto 89, New Jersey 83
Friday
New Jersey 102, Toronto 89, New Jersey
leads series 2-1
Today
Toronto at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday
New Jersey at Toronto. 6,7 or 8 p.m.

Miami vs. Chicago
Chicago 96, Miami 91
Chicago 107, Miami 89
Friday
Chicago 104, Miami 96, Chicago leads
series 3-0
Today
Chicago at Miami, I p.m.

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Dallas vs. Golden Stbte
Golden State 97, Dallas 85
Dallas I 12, Golden State 99
Friday
Golden State 109, Dallas 91, Golden State
leads series 2-I
Today
Dallas at Golden State, 10 p.m.
Tuesday
Golden State at Dallas, 9:30 p.m.

Phoenix vs. L.A. Lakers
Phoenix 95, L.A. Lakers 87
Phoenix 126, L.A. Lakers 98
L.A. Lakers 95, Phoenix 89, Phoenix leads
series 2-1
Today
Phoenix at L.A. Lakers, 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday
L.A. Lakers at Phoenix, 10:30 p.m.

San Antonio vs. Denver
Denver 95, San Antonio 89
San Antonio 97, Denver 88, series tied I-1I
Saturday
San Antonio at Denve (n)
Monday
San Antonio at Denver, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday
Denver at San Antonio, 8 p.m.

Utah vs. Houston
Houston 84, Utah 75
Houston 98, Utah 90


39 Dandy
40 Really relax,
slangily
41 Prickly flora
44 Hamburger extra
48 Geological period
49 Popular sofa
52 Sweet roll
53 It has rings
54 Undressed
55 Occupied a chair
56 Watermelon
leftover
57 Crestfallen

DOWN

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2 Famous
lioness
3 Like--
of bricks
4 Thick with
cattails
5 Under the
weather
6 - kwon do
7 Grabs the
phone


Utah 81, Houston 67, Houston leads
series 2-1
Saturday
Houston at Utah (n)
Monday
Utah at Houston, 8 p.m.

BASEBALL

AL standings

East Division
W L Pct GB
Boston 15 8 .652 -
Baltimore II 12 .478 4
Toronto II 12 .478 4
Tampa Bay 10 14 .417 5%'
New York 9 13 .409 5%'
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Cleveland 13 7 .650 -
Minnesota 14 10 .583 I
Chicago 12 9 .571 '1%
Detroit 12 II .522 2/%
Kansas City 7 16 .304 7%
West Division
W L Pct GB
Los Angeles 12 II .522 -
Oakland 12 12 .500 '/
Seattle 9 9 .500 '~
Texas 10 13 .435 2
Friday's Games
Boston I I, N.Y.Yankees 4
Minnesota 5, Detroit 3
Cleveland 5, Baltimore 4
Texas 5, Toronto 3
Chicago White Sox 7, L.A.Angels 3
Seattle 7, Kansas City 4
Tampa Bay 4, Oakland I
Saturday's Games
Minnesota 11, Detroit 3
Texas 9,Toronto 8, 10 innings
N.Y.Yankees 3, Boston I
Oakland 12,Tampa Bay 5
Baltimore at Cleveland (n)
L.A.Angels at Chicago White Sox (n)
Kansas City at Seattle, 9:05 p.m.
Today's Games
Boston (Tavarez 0-2) at N.Y. Yankees
(Wang 0-1), 1:05 p.m.
Minnesota (J.Santana 3-2) at Detroit
(Maroth 2-0), 1:05 p.m.
Baltimore (Wright 0-2) at Cleveland
(Carmona I-I), 1:05 p.m.
Texas (McCarthy 1-3) at Toronto (Ohka
1-2), 1:07 p.m.
L.A. Angels (Escobar I-I) at Chicago
White Sox (Buehrle 2-0), 2:05 p.m.
Kansas City (Bannister 0-0) at Seattle
(Baek 0-0), 4:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Kazmir I-I) at Oakland
(Braden 1-0), 4:05 p.m.
Monday's Games
Baltimore at Detroit, 7:05 p.m.
-Texas at Toronto, 7:07 p.m.
L.A.Angels at Kansas City, 8:10 p.m.

NL standings

East Division
W L Pct GB
Atlanta 14 8 .636 -
NewYork 13 8 .619 '/
Florida 10 12 .455 4
Philadelphia 10 12 .455 4
Washington 8 15 .348 6%'
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Milwaukee 14 8 .636 --
Pittsburgh . I I I I .500 3
Cincinnati II 13 .458 4
'.Chicago 10 13 .435 4/
St. Louis 10 13' .435 4%'


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Houston 9 13 .409 5
West Division
W L Pct GB
Los Angeles 14 9 .609 -
San Francisco 12 9 .571 I
Arizona 13 I I .542 1A
San Diego 12 II .522 2
Colorado 9 14 .391 5
Friday's Games
Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati I
Washington 4, N.Y. Mets 3
Philadelphia 6, Florida 5
Milwaukee 4, Houston I
Chicago Cubs 5, St. Louis 3
Atlanta 9, Colorado 7
Arizona 3, San Francisco 2
L.A. Dodgers 6, San Diego 5
Saturday's Games
Chicago Cubs 8, St. Louis I
Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh I
Milwaukee at Houston (n)
N.Y. Mets at Washington (n)
Florida at Philadelphia (n)
Atlanta at Colorado (n)
San Francisco at Arizona (n)
L.A. Dodgers at San Diego (n)
Sunday's Games
Cincinnati (Harang 3-0) at Pittsburgh
(Maholm 1-2), 1:35 p.m.
N.Y. Mets (Maine 3-0) at Washington
(Bergmann 0-1), 1:35 p.m.
Florida (OBermueller 1-0) at Philadelphia
(Moyer 2-1),1:35 p.m.
Milwaukee (Vargas 1-0) at Houston
(Williams 0-3), 2:05 p.m.
Atlanta (Davies 0-1) at Colorado (Cook
0-1), 3:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Lowe 2-3) at San Diego
(Wells 1-1),4:05 p.m.
San Francisco (Morris 3-0) at Arizona
(Johnson 0-I), 4:40 p.m.
Chicago Cubs (Hill 3-1) at St. Louis (Wells
1-4), 8:05 p.m.
Monday's Games
Philadelphia at Atlanta, 7:05 p.m.
Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m.
St. Louis at Milwaukee, 7:05 p.m.
Florida at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m.
Washington at San Diego, 10:05 p.m.
Arizona at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m.
Colorado at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m.

AUTO RACING

Race week

NEXTEL CUP
Aaron's 499
Site:Talladega,Ala.
Schedule:Today, race (FOX, 2 p.m.).
Track: Talladega Superspeedway (tri-oval,
2.66 miles, 33 degrees banking in turns).
Race distance: 500 miles, 188 laps.
INDY RACING LEAGUE
Kansas Lottery 300
Site: Kansas City.
Schedule:Today, race (ESPN2,4:30 p.m.).
Track: Kansas Speedway (tri-oval, 1.5
miles, 15 degrees banking in turns).
Race distance: 300 miles, 200 laps.
NHRA
Summit Racing Equipment
Southern Nationals
Site: Commerce, Ga.
Schedule: Today, eliminations, II a.m.


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Track:Atlanta Dragway.

SOCCER

MLS games

Saturday's Games
Kansas City at Toronto FC
D.C. United at Columbus (n)
CD Chivas USA at Los Angeles (n)
Today's Games
New England at Dallas, 3 p.m.
Chicago at Houston, 7 p.m.
Monday's Game
Colorado at Real Salt Lake, 9 p.m.
Thursday's Game
New England at D.C. United, 7 p.m.
Saturday, May 5
Columbus at Kansas City, I p.m.
New York at Real Salt Lake, 9 p.m.
Houston at Colorado, 9:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 6
CD Chivas USA at D.C. United, 3 p.m.
Chicago at New England, 5 p.m.

HOCKEY

NHL playoffs

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Buffalo vs. NewYork Rangers
Buffalo 5, N.Y. Rangers 2
Friday
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Ottawa 5, New Jersey 4, Ottawa leads
series 1-0
Saturday
Ottawa at New Jersey (n)
Monday
New Jersey at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
Wednesday
New Jersey at Ottawa, 7 p.m.

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Detroit vs. San Jose
San Jose 2, Detroit 0
Saturday
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Detroit at San Jose, 10 p.m.
Wednesday
Detroit at San Jose, 10 p.m.

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Anaheim 5,Vancouver I
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Vancouver 2, Anaheim I, 20T, series tied

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Anaheim atVancouver, 8 p.m.
Tuesday
Anaheim atVancouver, 10 p.m.
Thursday
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JAGUARS: Past picks have fallen short
Continued From Page 1B


Arkansas.
For moving down four
spots in the first round from
No. 17, the Jaguars picked up
Denver's third round (No. 86)
ad sixth-round (No. 198)
choices. The Broncos chose
Florida defensive end Jarvis
Moss with the 17th pick and
then three straight defensive
backs went directly ahead of
Nelson.
And though some Jaguar
fans might have doubted the
team's skipping past Quinn
twice, they're also familiar
with Nelson, who will travel
Sunday to Jacksonville to
meet team officials.


"I played high school and
college here and now I am in
the league," Nelson said. "It
doesn't get any better than
that."
However, the decision to
skip Quinn could be seen a bit
of a mystery, because the
Jaguars had an unsettled
quarterback situation last
year. Jacksonville used three
starters last season and
Byron Leftwich - the first
round pick in 2003 - is
entering the final year of his
contract.
There will be plenty of
attention on Nelson's
selection in the wake of the


Jag's last four first-rounders:
Leftwich, Jones, receiver
Reggie Williams and tight end
Marcedes Lewis. All have
fallen short of expectations.
Lewis, last year's first-
round pick caught 13 passes
for 126 yards and a touch-
down. Williams and Jones
have been in and out of the
starting lineup, attempting to
replace retired deep threat
Jimmy Smith.
Leftwich missed 17 games
the last three seasons
because of injuries and had
season-ending surgery last
November. He played just six
games in 2006.


DOLPHINS: Fans wanted a quarterback


Continued From Page 1B

Ginn, while others broke into
a chant of "Brady! Brady!"
Fans had geared up for
Miami to select a quarterback
in the opening round for only
the third time in 40 years, and
for the first time since acquir-
ing Dan Marino in 1983.
Instead, Quinn was taken
22nd by Cleveland.
With general manager
Randy Mueller in charge of
Miami's draft for the first
time, owner Wayne Huizenga
praised him and Cameron for
making a selection they knew
might be unpopular.
"If you're a new coach just
coming in - and Randy, this
is his first year being respon-
sible - I give them all the
credit in the world for the
decision they made,"


Huizenga said.
Still, even Ginn found the
decision surprising.
"For sure when Brady
Quinn was there, and you
know Miami is hurting for a
quarterback right now, and
Brady Quinn is a great quar-
terback, to be in competition
with him and for me to beat
him out was good," Ginn said.
"I guess the coaches saw
something in me that they
liked."
Cameron's relationship
with Ginn dates back nearly a
decade. Ginn's father, Ted Sr.,
is head coach at Glenville
High School in Cleveland, and
Cameron met a 13-year-old
Ted Jr. while recruiting as
head coach at Indiana.
"We drafted the Ginn fami-


ly," Cameron said. 'Ted Ginn
and his family will give us
everything they have."
Ginn scored 26 touch-
downs at Ohio State, includ-
ing a Big Ten-record six
returning punts. He made 59
catches for 781 yards and nine
scores as a junior last year,
and he was the second receiv-
er drafted, behind Calvin
Johnson, who went to the
Detroit Lions with the No. 2
pick.
Ginn shrugged off his awk-
ward role in the Dolphins'
unpopular decision.
"I can't really worry about
how the fans feel about the
pick," he said. "I can just
worry about how I can come
in and change the game for
them."


DRAFT: Adams is first defensive player


Continued From Page 1B

team with Sean Taylor in what
could be a dynamic set of
safeties.
"Our feeling there was,
with this pick, we need to pick
someone that we feel is going
to play for a long time," coach
'Joe Gibbs said, "and have a
,chance to do some
:outstanding things."
I LSU wide receiver Dwayne
'Bowe went 23rd to Kansas
City, and wideout Craig Davis
twas chosen 30th by San
'Diego.
Quinn's draft day turned
into an agonizing wait
He kept flashing a
'smile that became harder to
maintain with each selection,
(perhaps recalling how Matt
;Leinart dropped last year and
Aaron Rodgers plummeted in
2005. Leinart only fell to 10th
to Arizona; Rodgers went 24th
'overall to Green Bay.
When Miami selected Ohio
,State wide receiver-kick
returned Ted Ginn Jr., at
No. 9, Dolphins instead of
'Quinn fans at Radio City
Music Hall let out a gasp and
booed. And then a huge
portion of he crowd
began chanting, "BRADY,
BRADY."
At one point the NFL
allowed Quinn to wait it out in
,a room away from TV
:cameras.
"I guess just the
opportunity to have Cleveland
come back around and giving
me a chance to play there is
just something that I've
always dreamed of doing,"
Quinn said.
The Browns gave a
,second-round choice and next
*year's No. 1 to the Cowboys to
,get Quinn. They could've had
him at No. 3 but took
Wisconsin offensive tackle
Joe Thomas instead.
Thomas spent the morning
fishing back home rather than
attend the draft.
"It didn't surprise me,"
Thomas said of being taken
by the Browns. "I hoped for a
few months that Cleveland
would pick me. They showed
a lot of interest in me all the
way along."
After Russell's selection,
Detroit declined several trade
options for the No. 2 overall
pick and chose wide receiver
Calvin Johnson of Georgia
Tech, considered the
best athlete available. It was
the fourth time in five years
the Lions chose a wideout
high in the draft. Only one of


the others, Roy Williams, has
succeeded in Detroit.
Johnson, an All-American
junior known as
"Spider-man," is 6-4 and 237
pounds and can run a 4.35 in
the 40.
"I told him when he was
here (for a pre-draft visit) that


he wouldn't get past 2," Lions
president Matt Millen said.
"This guy is the real deal."
Tampa Bay picked the first
defensive player, Clemson
end Gaines Adams, who at 6-5
is an inch shorter and
three pounds lighter than
Russell.


BOWLING


League reports
Results from Lake City Bowl league
play follow.
QUEEN'S CLASSIC
Team Standings: 1. Mambajambas
(75-53); 2. Sandpipers (70.5-57.5);
3. Family Affair (68-60).
High handicap game: 1. Jamie Rossin
276; 2. Eve Brown 267; 3. Linda Andrews
235.
High handicap series: 1. Eve Brown
670; 2. Tina Church 646; 3. Roberta Stem
643.
(results from April 11)
DRIFTERS
Team standings: 1. Ball Busters; 2. Pin
Busters; 3. Big Dog Rollers.
High scratch game: 1. Amber
Tompkins 201; 2. Patti Wethington 200;
3. Jennifer Freeman 192. 1. J.J. Hilbert
239; 2. Donald Breckenridge 212; 3. (tie)
Dwayne Moates, Leonard Randall 200.
High scratch series: 1. Amber
Tompkins 523; 2. Phyllis Benton 493;
2. Gloria Dennis 476. 1. J.J. Hilbert 588;
2. Donald Breckenridge 568; 3. Dwayne
Moates 544.
High handicap game: 1. Jennifer
Freeman 244; 2. Amber Tompkins 239;
3. Patti Wethington 233. 1. Curtis Moates
238; 2. Donald Breckenridge 229;
3. Leonard Randall 225.
High handicap series: 1. Amber
Tompkins 637; 2. Cookie Reddick 611;
3. Jennifer Freeman 580. 1. Donald
Breckenridge 619; 2. Leonard Randall
618; 3. Dwayne Moates 610.
High average: 1. Phyllis Benton 166; 2.
(tie) Cythe Shiver, Gloria Dennis 163. 1.
Chris Sanders 197; 2. Tim Wethington 183.
(results from April 17)
MONDAY LADIES
Team standings: 1. Man Haters;
2. Lake City Bowl; 3. Mike's Girls.
High scratch game: 1. Liz King 236;
2. Julia Myers 235; 3. (tie) Kelly
Nicholson, Cythe Shiver 204.
High scratch series: 1. Liz King 616;
2. Julia Myers 564; 3. Cythe Shiver 554.


High handicap game: 1. Liz King 255;
2. Julia Myers 252; 3. Kelly Nicholson 235.
High handicap series: 1. Liz King 673;
2. Di Drehoff 651; 3. Shirley Berry 638.
High average: 1. Julia Myers 181;
2. Liz King 179.
(results from April 16)
MONDAY NIGHT MAVERICKS
Team standings: 1. Horizon Industrial
Supplies (37-15); 2. North Florida Tower
(35-17); 3. Gateway Communications
(33.5-18.5).
High scratch game: 1. Wesley
Chapman 256; 2. Bruce Harden 255;
3. (tie) J.J. Hilbert, Bill Duncan 244.
High 'scratch series: 1. Wesley
Chapman 676; 2. J.J. Hilbert 651; 3. Zech
Strohl 647.
High handicap. game: 1. Wesley
Chapman 278; 2. Bruce Harden 275;
3. John Janki 262.
High handicap series: 1. Wesley
Chapman 742; 2. Bobby Trunnell 700;
3. Greg Walker 683.
High average: 1. J.J. Hilbert 220.43; 2.
Zech Strohl 214.04; 3. Wally Howard 203.9.
(results from April 16)
TGIF
Team standings: 1. Townhomes LLC
(85-47); 2. Ragtimes (81.5-50.5); 3. Blue
Lynx Kats (81-51).
High handicap game: 1. Tina Sherrod
257; 2. Jeanette Willcox 250; 3. Ida
Hollingsworth 246. 1. Peter Nadeau 284;
2. David Pauwels Jr. 264; 3. Jim Pauwels
Sr. 255.
High handicap series: 1. Bonnie Hood
687; 2. Ida Hollingsworth 678; 3. Tina
Sherrod 672. 1. Peter Nadeau 692; 2.
David Pauwels 686; 3. Bill Coleman 681.
(results from April 13)
GOLDEN ROLLERS
Team standings: 1. Jo's Crew (87-49);
2. Who Cares (77.5-58.5, 82,602
handicap pins); 3. The Ups & Downs
(77.5-58.5, 81,285 handicap pins).
' High scratch game: 1. Betty Brown
215; 2. Shirt Reeve 199; 3. Joyce Hooper
188. 1. George Mulligan 242; 2. Thomas
Despard 214; 3. Steve Madsen 204.
High scratch series: 1. Betty Brown
508; 2. Shelia Madsen 489; 3. Shirl Reeve


479. 1. Steve Madsen 608; 2. George
Mulligan 546; 3. Earl Hayward 536.
High handicap game: 1. Betty Brown
265; 2. Shirl Reeve 260; 3. Elaine Groh
254. 1. George Mulligan 273; 2. Thomas
Despard 266; 3. Harold Stewart 240.
High handicap series: 1. Shirt Reeve
662; 2. Betty Brown 658; 3. Elaine Groh
654. 1. Pete Bray 702; 2. Thomas
Despard 671; 3. Harold Stewart 668.
High average: 1. Maggie Battle
162.45; 2. Phyllis Benton 161.57;
3. Louise Atwood 157.94. 1. Steve
Madsen 193.91; 2. Earl Hayward 173.56;
3. George Mulligan 169.86.
(results from April 19)

Youth league
LAKE CITY MAJORS
High handicap game: 1. Megan
Brackin 278; 2. Lyn Douglas 260;
3. Haylee Delcastillo 250. 1. Brad Lloyd
272; 2. Dale Coleman 268; 3. Thomas
Douglas 259.
High handicap series: 1. Megan
Brackin 676; 2. Sarah Wethington 668;
3. Kriston Douglas 666. 1. Brad Lloyd 735;
2. Adam Alford 710; 3. Billy Mason 700.
LAKE CITY JUNIORS
High handicap game: 1. Courtney
Schmitt 215; 2. (tie) Jordan Yarbrough,
Leslie Ammerman 207. 1. Colin Madden
255; 2. (tie) Cody Howard, Dakota Yurke
240.
High handicap series: 1. Victoria Wise
589; 2. Jordan Yarbrough 578; 3. Leslie
Ammerman 562. 1. Colin Madden 618; 2.
Rashawn Perry 601; 3. Dakota Yurke 600.
LAKE CITY BANTAMS
High handicap game: 1. Jasmine
Williams 177; 2. Amanda Schmitt 170;
3. Lauren Snipes 166. 1. Juan Perez 175;
2. Treven Brackin 160; 3. C.J. Kieckhafer
149.
High handicap series: 1. Lauren Snipes
474; 2. (tie) Amanda Schmitt, Jasmine
Williams 471. 1. Juan Perez 481; 2. Treven
Brackin 476; 3. C.J. Kieckhafer 425.
(results from April 14)


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ON BUSINESS


Coolwater Grille to debut in July


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One of the tests of
leadership is the ability to
recognize a problem before it
becomes an emergency.
- Arnold Glasgow
irst impressions
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for each and
every company.
As an employee's
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about the company, I
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DRESS continued on 3C


Restaurant on U.S.
90 will specialize in
seafood and steak.
By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com

be home to a new
dining experience
housed in a
popular location
that served as a local hangout
for almost a decade.
Coolwater Grille is
scheduled to open this
summer and will feature an
eclectic menu that will focus
on seafood and steaks.
The restaurant will be
operated inside the former
RJ. Gator's, restaurant on
U.S. Highway 90. Rj. Gator's
closed abruptly in 2005. The
building is directly in front of
Publix Supermarket
Co-owner Steven
Homburger said that he and
Toni White had been looking
for a piece of property in
North Florida to open a new
restaurant and the building fit
their needs.I
"Ifs a great location, I
feel," he said. "Columbia
County is prime for a new
restaurant"
Homburger and White
managed the Lake City
Cracker Barrel restaurant
during the early '90s, he said,
and have both owned
property for 20 total years.
This will be Homburger's
42nd restaurant, he said.
'True to its name,
Coolwater Grille will offer a
wide variety of seafood
dishes, as. well as steaks and


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The former R.J. Gator's restaurant on U.S. Highway 90 will become a Coolwater Grille this summer.
seafood and steaks.


pastas.
"We have a large recipe
bank to draw from,"
Homburger said.
Homburger has received a
one-of-a-kind endorsement
from Peter Del Monaco,
the famed chefs only
endorsement in the nation,
he said. Steaks will be heavily
promoted because
Homburger plans on cooking
them on a pure oak char grill,
a very rare item.
"The flavor of cooking on
such an item is ... well, we


"The flavor of cooking on such an item
is ... well, we just need to educate
people on what great food is."
- Steve Homburger,
co-owner of Coolwater Grille


just need to educate people
on what great food is," he
said trying to describe the
taste the steaks will have.
The restaurant will be
more contemporary than -,
forp.aL ,Homburger described


it as "Jimmy Buffet-easy,
great food and lots of fun."
The crew is currently
reworking parts of the
building, creating a separate
lounge and opening up the
building bit.


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The new restaurant will specialize in

"We want everyone to
know there is this big
beautiful kitchen, so our
guests can see what is going
on back there," Homburger
said.
He said they're planning
for a July 15 opening. ..
In June, the building was
purchased by U.S. 90 Gators,
LLC. for approximately $1.2
million and the company said
it would sell or lease the
property to interested
parties. Hombuger said his .
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Gorgeous Home on thee Suwannee River on 1.47 Stunning 4BR/3BA house with view of Southemr
acres in Bell. House on columns, floating dock, Oaks Golf Course. Home has 4,410 sq. ft., top of
summer kitchen, exterior elevator/hoist. Custom the line appliances, huge suite downstairs w/full
woodwork, beautifully landscaped workshop. Storage kitchen, LR & movie viewing area. Lots of storage
rooms under home w/parking. MLS#54714. $395,000 & many more extras. $499,900. Call Mary Brown
Ask for Elaine K. Tolar Whitehurst, 386-965-0887. MLS#53206
386-755-6488.


Investment Property. Income providing. Owner Cute, charming home on 1.04 acres in Lee.
financing available on this 19.50 acres with a Already fenced on three sides with huge
rental house and eight rental mobile homes. Nice backyard. Gas fireplace with great stone work,
property with large oaks. Private road. $325,000. rustic beams & wainscoting in family room. Price
Ask for Elaine K. Tolar 386-755-6488. includes frig, stove, DW, washer/dryer & 120 gal.
MLS#49641. propane tank. Needs a little TLC on the interior,
but with 1500 sq. ft. under roof, it's worth it. Priced
@ $99,000. MLS#57889. Contact Patti Taylor
623-6896.


New at May Fair. Gorgeous S/D. Excellent location,
3BR/2BA, covered back porch, split plan/ceramic tile.
Priced to suit any budget, $197,900. MLS#56507. Ask
for Elaine K. Tolar 386-755-6488 or Lori Giebeig
Simpson 386-752-2874.


mIIe, wn .epJI, 3 uuuuroom, I utIUIIuui nuIItme
located just outside the city limits, The home
comes with approx. 1228 heating and air square
foot. Priced @ $118,000. MLS#59290. Owner is
State Licensed Realtor. Call Bruce Dicks @
386-365-3874.


lou II JUt a llI Ilue VU Wi i u Uo-a-liIIIIun
home on a quiet cul-de-sac with private,
* picturesque, and spacious backyard. Complete
with stepping stones that lead to the garden arch.
Large bedrooms, master has big walk-in closet.
Laundry room right off of the roomy kitchen. Lots
of storage cabinets in garage. Won't last long at
this price! $179,900. MLS#58766. Call Nell or
Hansel Holton @ 386-984-5791.


Beautiful, country setting for this home on 10
acres. 1800 sq. ft. brick, 3BR/2BA, 2 car garage.
Inground screened pool with solar heating, paved
road. Only $298,900. MLS#57266, Ask for Lori
Giebeig Simpson 752-2874.


Rneucei i nis is a great aO/ nome on i .z acres. Brand New Brick Home, 3BR/2 bath, great area,
Located only minutes from town in a nice split plan. 2 car garage, ceramic tile, LR, DR,
neighborhood. Features fenced back yard, w/2 breakfast nook. Priced to sell at $189,900.
storage sheds, 1 with power and 1 without. MLS#58559. Ask for Elaine K. Tolar 386-755-6488
Spacious back yard, great patio & fruit trees. or Lori Giebeig Simpson 386-752-2874.
$139,900. Call Patti Taylor 386-623-6896.
MLS#55184


2 Acre Lot, wooded, paved road, near comer of Fletcher & 2161' in Suwannee County. $40,000. Contact Nell or Hansel Holton,
386-984-5791. MLS#53204.
Beautiful 10 acre homesites. Rolling, country setting. Restricted to homes only. 3 tracts available. Priced to sell @ $119,900.
MLS#57262. Ask for Lori Giebeig Simpson @ 386-752-2874.
Enjoy the country life on this nice wooded 4.7 acres. It already has a lime rock driveway that takes you into the property. Call Bruce
Dicks 386-365-3784, MLS#58294, Priced @ $57,000.
Ten Acre Tract near Columbia City. High and dry, scattered oaks. $115,000. For more info. call Don or Sherry 386-365-8414.
MLS#33503.


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Premium sandwiches

bring Burger King profit
By JESSICA GRESKO
Associated Press


MIAMI - Burger King
Holdings Inc. said Friday it
swung to a profit in the third-
quarter, fueled by sales of new
sandwiches at the second-
largest hamburger chain.
Net income for the quarter
ended March 31 totaled $34
million, or 25 cents per share,
versus a loss of $12 million, or
11 cents per share during the
year-ago period.
Revenue at the Miami-
based company grew 9 per-
cent to $539 million, from
$495 million a year ago.
Analysts polled by
Thomson Financial expected
net income of 22 cents on rev-
enue of $535 million.
Same-store sales rose 3.2
percent at company-owned
and franchise restaurants.
About 90 percent of Burger
King restaurants are owned
by franchisees.
Same-store sales, or sales in
stores open at least a year, are
a key gauge of restaurant
industry performance
because they measure growth
from existing locations rather
than from expansion.
Results were helped by
strong premium burger sales,
including the Texas Double
Whopper, the BK Stacker and
the Angus Cheesy Bacon
sandwich, Burger King said.
A new breakfast value menu
also helped sales, company
executives said on a
conference call.
Company restaurant mar-
gins increased to 14 percent
from 12.9 percent in the same
period last year. The improve-
ment came mainly from
lower food costs including
tomato and beef prices and
higher sales at company-
owned restaurants, officials
said.
Net income for the first
three quarters was $112 mil-
lion, or 82 cents a share, com-


ASSOCIATED PRESS
A customer approaches the
drive-up window to place an
order at a Burger King
restaurant recently, in Alameda,
Calif.
pared to $37 million, or 33
cents a share, for the same
period in the previous fiscal
year. Revenues were $1.64
billion, compared to
$1.52 billion.
"We are pleased with our
performance year-to-date and
are confident about our
fourth quarter outlook,"
Chief Executive John
Chidsey said in a statement.
"We anticipate an increase in
comparable sales when the
new U.S. late-night hours ini-
tiative goes into effect in
May."
With the late-night initia-
tive, restaurants will be open
until midnight or later seven
days a week. Right now,
about 60 percent of stores are
already open late. On the con-
ference call, executives said
Burger King was playing
"catch-up" to McDonald's
Corp.
Burger King expects to
increase net income after
items by more than 20 per-
cent this fiscal year. The
chain has continued opening
new restaurants, including
400 over the last year.


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LAKE CITY REPORTER BUSINESS & HOME SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


DRESS: Codes must be enforced at work
Continued From Page 1C


its employees. The military is
probably the best example of a
workplace with a dress code.
They carefully mandate strict
dress code requirements that
each person must follow.
Of course, having strict
dress codes does not necessar-
ily guarantee that you will be
free of sloppy work products
or inappropriate behavior. It
does, however, improve the
morale of your organization.
When establishing your
company's dress code, you
need to think about what you
consider to be appropriate
dress. If an employee is work-
ing in a factory, jeans are clear-
ly appropriate; but, jeans in an
office setting may not be.
Whatever your situation, I
think it is important to ensure
that an appropriate dress code
is in place and enforced.
A number of issues, howev-
er thorny, should be
addressed in your company's
dress code. Among these are
tattoos and body piercings.
Clearly a significant trend with


Generation Y (those born after
1979), tattoos and body pierc-
ings have increased in preva-
lence. Somewhere between 35
to 50 percent of those in
Generation Y have tattoos or
body piercings. Additionally,
many of my friends in their 50s
and 60s are getting tattoos.
I am not suggesting that
people should not have. these,
as I considered getting one
myself when I was in my
Harley phase. Rather, I am
simply suggesting that these
types of things be addressed in
your dress code. Most firms
have handled this issue by
stating that body piercings and
tattoos should not be visible in
the workplace.
Type and condition of cloth-
ing should also be considered
when establishing your dress
code. Revealing clothing,, as
well as shirts with messages
that are not in good taste
should be addressed. Even in a
business casual work environ-
ment, clothing should be
pressed and never wrinkled.


Torn, dirty or frayed clothing
is unacceptable.
When creating your compa-
ny's dress code, consider that
one of the best ways to get
employees to embrace a new,
rule is to seek their input up
front Ask both employees and
customers what they consider
to be appropriate dress. Once
you have collected this data,
develop a draft policy and re-
circulate it among your staff
for their thoughts. You will
never get 100 percent buy-in,
but giving employees a voice is
an important element that will
contribute to their willingness
to embrace a dress code.
Having a very clear state-
ment about the workplace
dress code in your employee
manual is so important. Now
go out and make sure that you
have one in place.
* FSU Finance Professor
Dr. Jerry Osteryoung is
Executive Director of the Jim
Moran Institute for Global
Entrepreneurship at Florida
State University's College of
Business.


BIZ BRIEFCASE


Chamber seeks
award nominations
The Lake City/Columbia
County Chamber of Commerce
is seeking nominations for the
2007 Small Business of the
Year Award.
Each year the Chamber
honors local companies that
contribute to the county's
economy and its citizens. The
intent is to give recognition to
small organizations that
consistently uphold the
principles and standards of.
ethical business practices and
that advertise and sell with
integrity, participate
consistently in community and
local programs that better the
county and region.
Nominations must be writ-
ten in 500 words or less. The
criteria is that the nominating
business must be a Chamber


member, must be a small
business (20 employees or
less), must be in business at
least five years and is
supportive in the community.
Nominations can be
e-mailed to
sonja@lakecitychamber.com,
faxed to (386) 755-7744 or
mailed to the Chamber office
at 162 S. Marion Ave., Lake
City, FL 32025. Winners will
be recognized at the
Chamber's quarterly luncheon
on June 13. Nominations close
May 14.

Appell joins
Westfield Realty
Lake City's Westfield Realty
Group recently announced
the addition of Realtor
Chad Appell as a new sales
associate.
Appell's background in the


housing industry as a supervi-
sor with Suwannee Plumbing
has allowed him to learn the
ins and outs of the construc-
tion business. In this position,
he has developed a desire to
become more involved with
the real estate and customer
side of the business.
Appell has been a licensed
realtor since 2005, and has
worked for the past year and
a half with another *ell
respected Lake City real
estate company.
Appell's goals for the
coming year are to list more
properties in the area and help
newcomers to Lake City find
their dream homes in the
perfect location for them.
He already has several
properties listed in North
Florida, including waterfront
property in Suwannee County.
* Staff reports


Hurricane Season is June 1"


- November 301O


T, stomKnw
HURRICANE WATCH - Hurricane
conditions are a real possibility for
an area.
HURRICANE, WARNING - A hurricane is
expected within 24 hours. .
BEGIN PRECAUTIONARY ACTION AT ONCE. ... ' "

At Hurricane Warning: .. . . .
1. Listen for weather updates ans -tay
informed -.. . . . . ..
2. Keep portable radio and flashliu.ht n. ..i .
hand-with fresh batteries" . . ' - � . .,., ;
3. Clear your yard of all lo e ; ' -;: ,.
4. Moor your boat securely
5. Store drinking water in cl eaj cntIni . -
6. Shutter, board or tape wintOWs ,
7. Plan a flood-free evacuation route
8. IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE-OBEY ;
IMMEDIATELY! Take your HURRICANE :
EVACUATION KrIT, Let.friends and ,
neighbors know where you are going. "
9. DO NOT RETURN TO EVACUATED AREAS
UNTIL LOCAL OFFICIALS HAVE ISSUED
AN ALL. CLEAR.
- I. . : ' ? - , .


Look for the Hurricane Preparedness Table at local
businesses during TAX FREE WEEK JUNE 1-12, 2007.

For more information, contact the Columbia

County Emergency Management (386) 758-1125

atSIA 0






Brought to you courtesy of the Columbia
County Board of County Commissioners TO


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Evacuation Kit


Keep this kit ready to go. It
enough water and canned or
food for each member of
household for at least three
plus the following:
* Flashlight
* Battery Operated Radio
* Extra batteries
*. First aid kit
* Blankets or sleeping bags
* Lightweight folding chairs/cot


* Extra clothing
* Prescription medicines
* Personal items including books
and toys
* Hygiene supplies (toothpaste,
soap, razor, etc.,)
* Important papers especially
official ID's (insurance papers,
birth certificates, medical records,
social security card, etc.)

Smoking, Alcoholic beverages, weapons and
pets are NOT allowed in public shelters


Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale
The Saliir Simpsrin Hurriane cjale is a I 10 5 racing based ont he hurricane'!
nicri, t This sa.ile eslimjiae pitl:niial prop:ri) damage Hurricane or
, phoons riachinrg (C ialegur 3 and higher arc considered mjjor hurricane;
hccjus, ofilheir ptoi-cnitl )or lo ss life and damage
Scale Sustained Damage
Number \\inds (MPHi
(Calegon )___________________________
I 74--95 Minimal. Unanchored mobile homes.
\e'geUltion and signs
2 96-II Moderate All mobile homes, roofs, small
crafts, flooding
3 111-13i Eitensie Small buildings, low-lming
S roads cut off
4 ' 131 -155 Eureme: Rools destroyed, trees do'n,
roads cut off. mobile homes destroyed.

1 56+ Cauastrophic Most buildings desLroed
\ egetution destroyed Major roads cut off.
Homes lookedd Greater than 18 feet


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KodiakOgn 6.03 +1.10 +22.3
Adventrx 2.75 +.40 +17.0
BoltTech 41.40 +5.81 +16.3

Losers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Rewards 4.32 -1.33 -23.5
RaserTnya 6.56 -1.54 -19.0
LeCuBsk wt 3.20 -.65 -16.9
Anooraq g 2.17 -.42 -16.2
Aerocntry 11.57 -2.08 -15.2
LehJYen wt 4.01 -.68 -14.5
Sifco 9.75 -1.45 -12.9
Vicon 10.40 -1.45 -12.2
VCG Hold 8.42 -1.13 -11.8
RetractTc 2.60 -.34 -11.6

Most Active ($1si or more)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SPDR 4687149149.53 +.91
iShR2K nya2411230 82.48 +.17
SP Engy 1033551 64.13 +1.03
SemiHTr 906102 37.07 +.87
PrUShQQQ n62727147.55 -2.40
SP Fncl 557445 37.30 +.18
OilSvHT 478090160.06+8.52
DJIA Diam 470941131.23 +1.66
On2 Tech 266096 2.41 +.13
Crystallx g 198280 3.97 +.21

Diary
Advanced 776
Declined 527
New Highs 371
New Lows . 62
Total issues 1,354
Unchanged 51
Volume 1,955,432,054


Gainers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
IndSvAm 14.16 +5.66 +66.6
XenoPort 43.95+14.99 +51.8
Metabolix n 26.99 +9.00 +50.0
AlignTech 23.87 +7.12 +42.5
IDMPhrm 9.25 +2.64 +39.9
Amazon 62.60+17.65 +39.3
Tmscnd 13.53 +3.61 +36.4
RainingDta 2.86 +.71 +33.0
PSI Tech 2.43 +.58 +31.4
ExactSci 3.13 +.71 +29.3

Losers ($2 or more)
Name Last Chg %Chg
SymyxT 11.80 -6.16 -34.3
IsilonSys n 12.45 -5.90 -32.2
AscntSlI wtA 2.60 -1.14 -30.6
EpiCept 2.80 -1.15 -29.1
Travelzoo 27.54 -9.62 -25.9
AvanirP 3.34 -1.06 -24.1
Datalink 6.48 -2.00 -23.6
UltraClean 15.10 -4.03 -21.1
ChdsClvd 5.42 -1.33 -19.7
AscntSl wtB 2.20 -.53 -19.4

Most Active ($1 or more)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SunMicro 5718154 5.26 -.67
PwShs QQQ474786146.57+1.17
SiriusS 3426740 3.04 +.06
Intel 3185858 21.87 -.29
Microsoft 3000759 30.12 +1.10
Amazon 2335180 62.60+17.65
Cisco 2316447 27.03 +.04
Medlmun 2150654 56.81 +8.80
Apple Inc 1892040 99.92+8.95
Level3 1882390 5.76 -.36


Diary
Advanced
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume 11,543,89


1,475
1,754
407
163
3,294
65
97,411


Wkly Wkly YTD
Name Ex Div Last Chg %Chg %Chg
AT&T Inc NY 1.42 38.64 -1.23 -3.1 +8.1
AMD NY ... 14.32 +.16 +1.1 -29.6
Alftel NY .50 61.75 -.15 -0.2 +2.1
Amazon Nasd ... 62.60+17.65 +39.3 +58.6
Apple Inc Nasd ... 99.92 +8.95 +9.8 +17.8
ApldMatI Nasd .24 19.30 -.18 -0.9 +4.6
AMCC Nasd .. 3.01 -.52 -14.7 -15.4
AutoZone NY ... 133.19 -.54 -0.4 +15.3
BkofAm NY 2.24 50.77 -.27 -0.5 -4.9
BobEvn Nasd .56 37.12 -.33 -0.9 +8.5
CNBFnPA Nasd .60 13.95 +.10 +0.7 -1.6
CSX s NY .48 43.74 -1.30 -2.9 +27.0
CVS Care NY .24 36.73 +1.76 +5.0 +18.8
ChmpE NY ... 10.82 +.17 +1.6 +15.6
Chevron NY 2.32 78.08 -.37 -0.5 +6.2
Cisco Nasd ... 27.03 +.04 +0.1 -1.1
CocaCI NY 1.36 52.06 -.03 -0.1 +7.9
ColBgp NY .75 24.34 -.16 -0.7 -5.4
Delhaize NY 1.54 97.48 +1.39 +1.4 +17.1
DollarG NY .20 21.41 +.05 +0.2 +34.1
EMC Cp NY ... 15.64 +.27 .+1.8 +18.5
ExxdnMbl NY 1.40 80.36 +.60 +0.8 +4.9
FPLGrp NY 1.64 63.90 +1.65 +2.7 +17.4
FamilyDIr NY .46 31.86 -.10 -0.3 +8.6
FordM NY ... 8.05 +.30 +3.9 +7.2
GenElec NY 1.12 36.84 +1.71 +4.9 -1.0
Hallibtn s NY .30 31.75 +.10 +0.3 +2.3
HomeDp NY .90 38.47 -.74 -1.9 -4.2


Wkly Wkly YTD
Name Ex Div Last Chg %Chg %Chg
iShR2KnyaAmex .82 82.48 +.17 +0.2 +5.7
Intel Nasd .45 21.87 -.29 -1.3 +8.0
LSI Corp NY ... 8.79 -1.06 -10.8 -2.3
Level3 Nasd ... 5.76 -.36 -5.9 +2.9
Lowess NY .20 30.85 -1.17 -3.7 -1.0
McDnids NY 1.00 48.95 +.59 +1.2 +10.4
MedImun Nasd ... 56.81 +8.80 +18.3 +75.5
MicronT NY ... 11.69 +.50 +4.5 -16.3
Microsoft Nasd .40 30.12 +1.10 +3.8 +.9
Motorola NY .20 17.57 -.64 -3.5 -14.5
NY Times NY .92 23.48 -.67 -2.8 -3.6
NobltyH Nasd .50 21.02 -1.18 -5.3 -20.9
OcciPets NY .88 51.17 -.54 -1.0 +4.8
Penney NY .80 82.00 -1.19 -1.4 +6.0
PepsiCo NY- 1.20 66.29 -.36 -0.5 +6.0
Pfizer NY 1.16 26.61 -.36 -1.3 +2.7
Potash NY .60 186.02 +1.26 +0.7 +29.6
PwShsQQQNasd .13 46.57 +1.17 +2.6 +7.9
Ryder NY .84 53.82 +1;26 +2.4 +5.4
SearsHIdgsNasd ... 191.93 +2.11 +1.1 +14.3
SiriusS Nasd ... 3.04 +.06 +2.0 -14.1
SouthnCo NY 1.61 38.17 -.01 ... +3.6
SPDR Amex 2.60 149.53 +.91 +0.6 +5.6
SunMicro Nasd ... 5.26 -.67 -11.3 -3.0
Texinst NY .32 34.83 +2.41 +7.4 +20.9
TimeWam NY .22 20.61 -.11 -0.5 -5.4
WalMart NY .88 48.34 -1.42 -2.9 +4.7
Yahoo Nasd ... 28.34 +.88 +3.2 +11.0


Stock Footnotes: g = Diidenas and earnings in Canaaan dollars h = Does noi meal continuad-.ating standards
II = Lal fli ing with EC n = New in pael 52 weeks pi = Prelaned r3 = Slock has undergone a reveBre stock spl l
01 al ilast 50 percent wiln.n Me paal yeax n = Right to nuy secunry ai a specirle pnce. a = Stock nasa spli by at
least 20 p rcenl wmin ties last year un = Units vI = in Damiruplcy or receivership wa = When a.str.lted wA =
Wren Lsud wt = WarraertE
Mutual Fund Footnotes: o = Fee covenng market costs is paid from fund assets O = Defened sales charge, 01
redemon lee I = roni load salesh r.aige t m Multiple leo s i charged NA = not available, p = previous ay's
rie aset vaiua 6 = tuna spit ahaeida dunng lthe waek x = rund paid a diatnbuton dunng the week Gainers and
Losers must be worth at least $2 to be Ial al in tanies a teft. Most Aclives must na worth at least $1. Volume in
nundied5 of shaies Source: The Assoc ltea Press Sairs figuilE are unoltHiaal


Last Pvs Week
Prime Rate 8.25 8.25
Discount Rate 6.25 6.25
Federal Funds Rate 5.25 5.25
Treasuries
3-month 4.80 4.85
6-month 4:83 4.84
5-year 4.58 4.56
10-year 4.69 4.67
30-year 4.88 4.84


Last Pvs Day


Australia . 1.2045 1.2097
Britain 1.9970 1.9910
Canada 1.1156 1.1205
Euro .7330 .7353
Janan 119.65 119.63


Mexico


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D o w J o n e s -............................... .............................. 3,500
.... .. .. .... .... . . ..... .. . 13,00

industdals . .............. ..12,500

For the week ending .. . .. ... . .. .. . ... ..... 12,000
Friday, April 27 . . .. ........... .. 11,500

13,120.94 - . . . . -. . .* -. . 11,000
� ......,............. . ........................................ 10 ,500
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MUTUAL FUNDS
Total Assets Total Return/Rank Pct MIn Init
Name Obj ($Mlns) NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt


American Funds GrowAmerA m LG
American Funds InvCoAmA m LV
Vanguard 500 LB
Fidelity Contra LG
Dodge & Cox Stock LV
American Funds CaplncBuA m IH
American Funds WAMutlnvA m LV
American Funds CpWIdGrIA m WS
American Funds IncAmerA m MA
PIMCO TotRetls Cl
American Funds EurPacGrA m FB
Fidelity DivrintI FG
Vanguard 500Adml LB
Vanguard Instldx LB
American Funds NewPerspA m WS
Rdelity Magellan LG
Vanguard TotStldx LB
Fidelity LowPriStk MB
Dodge & Cox IntlStk FV
American Funds BalA m MA
American Funds FundminvA m LB
FrankTemp-Franklin Income A m CA
Vanguard Wndsrll LV
Fidelity EqInc LV
Fidelity GrowCo LG
Vanguard Wellln MA
Fidelity Growlnc LB


85,086
74,190
70,352
68,713
68,488
68,387
68,272
66,846
63,539
62,602
57,412
49,352
47,898
45,355
44,059
43,379
42,301
39,609
38,461
35,696
33,786
32,213
32,070
31,309
29,895
29,805
28,447


+4.5 +11.0/B
+4.1 +15.1/E
+4.7 +16.1/B
+4.0 +10.7/B
+3.6 +16.6/C
+3.8 +20.3/A
+4.5 +17.8/B
+5.6 +19.0/B
+3.7 +19.3/A
-0.3 +6.3/D
+5.3 +16.0/D
+5.6 +16.7/C
+4.7 +16.2/A
+4.7 +16.2/A
+5.5 +16.2/C
+5.4 +7.6/D
+4.5 +15.5/B
+4.0 +14.0/C
+4.3 +19.5/B
+2.9 +12.1/C
+5.4 +15.9/B
+2.7 +20.3/A
+5.2 +19.6/A
+4.7 +18.4/B
+5.4 +9.1/C
+3.7 +15.1/A
+4.4 +10.9/E


+10.8/A
+9.4/C
+8.6/B
+12.2/A
+13.7/A
+13.1/B
+8.6/D
+17.2/A
+11.4/A
+5.2/A
+16.7/A
+18.1/A
+8.7/B
+8.7/B
+13.5/B
+6.5/B
+9.7/A
+15.1/A
+21.2/A
+8.1/B
+12.4/A
+12.3/A
+11.4/A
+10.2/B
+10.3/A
+9.8/A
+6.0/E


5.75 250
5.75 250
NL 3,000
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
5.75 250
5.75 250
5.75 250
5.75 250
NL 5,000,000
5.75 250
NL 2,500
NL 100,000
NL 5,000,000
5.75 250
NL 2,500
NL 3,000
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
5.75 250
5.75 250
4.25 1,000
NL 10,000
NL 2,500
NL 2,500
NL 10,000
NL 2,500


Switzerlnd 1.2068 1.2079 CA -Conservative Allocation, C -Intermnediate-Term Bond, ES -Europe Stock FB -Foren Large Blend, FG -Foreign LargeGrowth, FV -Freign
Large Value, IH-Word Allocation, LB -Large Blend, LG -Large Growth, LV Lae Value, MA -Moderate Allocation, MB -Mid-Cap Blend, MV-
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All oth- Mid-Cap Value, SH Specialty-heath, WS -World Stock, Tota Return: Chng in NAV with dividends reinvestled. Ranlk How fund pefdommed vs.
ers show dollar in foreign currency. ohers with same objectie: A is in top 20%, E in bottom 20%. Min Init inv Minimum $ needed to invest in fund. Source: Morrngstar.


WDMy YTD Wkly Wkly YTD Wkly
Div YId PE Chg %Chg Last Name Div YId PE Chg %Chg Last


ABB Ltd .09 .4 ... +1.55 +12.8 20.29
ABNAmro 1.49 3.0 ... +.99 +56.9 50.28
AES Cp If ... ... 45 -.27 +2.1 22.51
AFLAC .82 1.6 17 +2.15 +11.4 51.25
AK Steel ... ... 52 +3.54 +88.6 31.87
AMR ... ... 15 -2.65 -12.8 26.35
AT&T Inc 1.42 3.7 20 -1.23 +8.1 38.64
AUOptron .09 .6 ... +.30 +16.2 16.05
AbtLab 1.30 2.3 57 -1.09 +16.5 56.76
Abitibi g ... ...... -.08 +8.6 2.73
AdvMOpt ... ... 30 +2.66 +17.0 41.18
AMD ... ...... +.16 -29.6 14.32
Aetna .04 .1 16 +2.20 +9.0 47.06
AffCmpSv ... ... 22 +1.72 +23.8 60.47
Agilent. 2.06 .. 23 -.77 -.4 34.71
AirTran .. 66 -.49 -4.6 11.20
Alcan .80 1.3 12 44.81 +22.1 59.51
AlcatelLuc .21 1.6 ... +.70 -6.3 13.33
Alcoa .68 1.9 14 +1.62 +19.9 35.99
AllegTch .52 .5 18 -3.04 +25.7 114.00
AId Waste ... '... 41 +.65 '+8.9 13.38
Allstate 1.52 2.4 8 +.14 -3.8 62.63
Alltel .50 .8 21 -.15 +2.1 61.75
Altria s 3.44 4.9 12 +.05 +11.4 69.60
Ameren 2.54 4.9 20 +2.17 -2.5 52.37
Amerigrp ... ... 17 -2.94 -18.5 29.26
AMovilL .18 .3 ... +2.65 +20.7 54.6()
AEagleOs .30 1.0 20 -.96 -4.1 29.93
AEP 1.56 3.1 20 +.01 +18.2 50.35
AmExp .60 1.0 20 +1.14 +2.7 62.14.
AmlntGp lf .66 .9 13 +.61 -2.1 70.14
AmStand .72 1.3 18 +1.27 +23.2 56.47
Amtower ... ...... -.57 +3.6 38.64
Americdt ... ... 10 -.32 -.3 25.09
AmeriBr .20 .4 20 -4.43 +11.9 50.33
Anadarks .36 .8 5 +1.11 +8.8 47.33
AnalogDev .72 1.8 24 +.56 +19.1 39.16
Anheusr 1.18 2.4 20 -2.58 +1.7 50.03
Annaly .66 4.1 46 +.18 +16.3 16.18
AonCorp .60 1.5 18 -.34 +11.1 39.26
Apache .60 .8 10 -1.55 +10.6 73.53
ApplBio .17 .5 36 +.18 -14.9 31.23
ArchC s .28 .8 23 +1.81 +23.2 37.00
ArchDan .46 1.2 16 +.46 +22.1 39.01
AlvMerit .40 1.9 ... +2.43 +13.6 20.71
AutoData .92 2.0 16 +.41 +2.6 45.17
Avaya ... ... 27 +1.11 -7.0 13.00
Avnet ... ... 19 +3.03 +62.0 41.36
Avon .74 1.9 38 +.56 +19.6 39.51
BHP BillLt .77 1.6 ... -1.52 +23.1 48.92
BJSvcs .20 .7 11 -.24 +.6 29.49
BakrHu .52 .6 11 +8.51 +8.5 81.01
BcBrades s .02 .1 ... -28 +7.0 21.58
BkofAm 2.24 4.4 11 -.27 -4.9 50.77
BkNY .88 2.2 10 -.47 +3.7 40.81
BarrickG .22 .8 16 -.27 -6.9 28.59
BauschLif .52 .9 ... +4.15 +13.5 59.07
Baxter .67 1.2 25 +1.28 +23.3 57.19
BeazrHm .40 1.1 18 +1.40 -25.9 34.84
BestBuy .40 .8 13 -1.21 -3.6 47.42
BlockHR .54 2.4 33 +.19 -1.3 22.75
Blockbstr... ... 28 +.15 +20.2 6.36
Boeing 1.40 1.5 30 +.73 +5.8 94.02
BostonSci ... ... ...-.26 -8.5 15.72
BrMySq 1.12 3.8 36 +.50 +12.0 29.17
Brunswick .60 1.8 28 +1.85 +3.9 33.14
BuriNSF 1.00 1.1 18 -5.20 +20.4 88.87
CA Inc .16 .6 ... +.65 +20.5 27.30
CBS B .88 2.7 15 +.33 +2.8 32.04
CSXs .48 1.1 16 -1.30 +27.0 43.74
CVS Care .24 .7 23 +1.76 +18.8 36.73
Cameco gs .20 ...... -.46 +14.3 46.25
Cameron ... ... 25 +1.86 +26.2 66.94
CdnNRy g .84 ...... +1.81 +20.2 51.71
CapOne .11 .1 10 +2.11 -2.5 74.91
CardnlHIth .36 .5 22 -4.08 +9.5 70.58
CarMaxs ... ... 28 +.23 -5.5 25.34
Carnival 1.40 2.9 18 +1.48 -.8 48.68
Caterpillar 1.20 1.6 14 +1.94 +20.3 73.76


Cemexs .67 2.0 ... -1.87 -3.3 32.75
Centex .16 .3 13 -.58 -18.2 46.02
ChesEng .24 .7 8 +.86 +15.9 33.67
Chevron 2.32 3.0 10 -.37 +6.2 78.08
CinciBell ... ... 17 -.08 +12.9 5.16
Cinemark n ... ... ... ... +.5 19.00
CircCity .16 .9 22 -.83 -5.5 17.93
Citigrp 2.16 4.0 12 -.05 -4.2 53.37
CitzComm 1.00 6.4 15 -.25 +8.6 15.61
ClearChan .75 2.1 25 -.05 +.5 35.70
Coach ... ... 33 -2.54 +19.3 51.25
CocaCE .24 1.1 ... +.47 +7.6 21.98
CocaCI 1.36 2.6 23 -.03 +7.9 52.06
Coeur ... ... 13 -.07 -19.8 3.97
ColgPal 1.44 2.1 24 -.25 +2.8 67.04
CVRD s .61 1.5 15 -1.05 +36.9. 40.71
CVRD pf s .54 1.6 ... -.76 +32.2 34.70
ConAgra .72 2.9 29 -.43 -8.9 24.59
ConocPhil 1.64 2.3 7 -1.21 -2.7 70.04
ConsolEs .28 ..7. 20 +.55 +31.1 42.11
ConEd 2.32 4.5 23 -.20 +7.8 51.80
ConstellA... ... 17 +.29 -21.5 22.78
ConstellEn 1.74 1.9 17 -.40 +30.8 90.10
CtlAirB ... ... 9 -2.67 -12.1 36.25
Coming 20 +.92 +30.4 24.40
CntwdFn .60 1.6 9 +1.14 -9.3 38.50
Cummins s .72 .7 14+18.72 +62.7 96.14
CypSem ... ..... +1.89 +37.0 23.11
DR Horton .60 2.6 10 -.47 -13.5 22.92
DTE 2.12 4.2 13 +1.29 +5.3 50.98
Deere 1.76 1.6 16 +.67 +18.0 112.23
DevonE .56 .8 12 -.06 +9.6 73.49
DiaOffs '.50' .6 15 +5.75 +10.0 87.94
DirecTV ... ... 21 -.21 -4.2 23.89
Disney .31 .9 17 -.30 +2.1 34.98
DomRes 2.84 3.1 23 +.69 +9.2 91.55
Domtarg ... ...... +.17 +18.4 9.99
DonlleyRR 1.04 2.6 22 -2.11 +13.4 40.31
DowChm 1.50 3.3 13 +.21 +13.8 45.42
DukeEgys .84 4.1 13 -.23 +7.1 20.70
Dynegy .. 88 +.10 +33.8 9.69
EMC Cp ... .... '27 +.27 +18.5 15.64
Edenorn ... ... ... ... +.6 17.75
EIPasoCp .16 1.1 24 -.12 -.9 15.14
Elan ... ... ... -.71 "-3.5 14.23
EDS .20 .7 33 +.27 +7.7 29.67
EmersnEl sl.05 2.2 21 +2.92 +8.6 47.88
EnCana .80 1.5 ... +.03 +16.4 53.50
ENSCO .10 .2 10 +3.17 +13.5 56.84
EqtyRsd 1.85 3.9 14 -.62 -6.7 47.34
Exelon 1.76 2.3 32 +2.95 +23.2 76.23
ExxonMbl 1.40 1.7 12 +.60 +4.9 80.36
FPL Grp 1.64 2.6 20 +1.65 +17.4 63.90
FairchldS ... ... 27 +.22 +5.8 17.79
FannieMLf 1.60 2.7 ... +.33 -.7 59.00
FedrDSs .51 1.1 25 -.30 +17.4 44.76
FidiNFin 1.20 4.7 10 -.99 +6.1 25.33
FirstDatas .12 .4 18 -.06 +27.4 32.51
FstMarbs- .60 1.6 10 -.14 -32.1 37.11
FirstEngy 2.00 2.9. 18 +1.03 +15.9 69.88
FordM .... .. .. +.30 +7.2 8.05
ForestLab ... ... 39 -.90 +7.1 54.17
FredMac 2.00 3.1 23 +.29 -3.5 65.50
FMCG 1.25 1.8 9 -2.00 +22.0 68.01
FdedBR .20 3.5 ... -.34 -27.8 5.78
FrontOils .20 .6 11 +2.75 +24.4 35.75
GameStops... ...... -.44 +22.0 33.61
Gap .32 1.7 20 -.65 -6.1 18.31
Gateway ... ... 75 ... +12.4 2.26
Genentch ... ... 36 -1.08 +.2 81.32
GenMills 1.48 2.5 22 +.96 +4.3 60.08
Genworth .36 1.0 13 +.24 +4.7 35.82
GaGulf .32 1.9 12 +.53 -13.8 16.65
Gerdau .61 3.0 ... -.47 +25.9 20.15
GlobalSFe .90 1.4 16 +3.60 +11.2 65.34
GoldFLtd .28 1.5 25 -.68 -2.9 18.34
Goldcrpg .18 .7 27 -.79 -12.6 24.86
GoldmanS1.40 .6 11 +4.28 +12.5 224.28
Goodyear ... ...... +1.90 +63.9 34.41


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AREA MORTGAGE RATES
Institution Phone 30fixed 15fixed 5/1 ARM FHA
n rate / pts rate / pt rate / pts VA

AAA Mortgage (866) 441-3619 5.75 / 0.00 5.63/0.00 5.50/0.00 No Quote

Aapex Mortgage (877) 839-9829 6.25/0.00 6.00 / 0.00 No Quote No Quote

Absolute Mortgage Co. (888) 90-HOMES 5.75/0.25 5.50/0.13 5.50/0.00 No Quote

Accountable Mortgage (800) 840-8771 6.00 / 0.00 5.75/0.00 5.63 / 0.00 6.50/0.00

AmCap Funding Corp. (800) 289-6516 5.75/0.00 5.50/0.00 5.63/1.00 NoQuote

America's Best Mortgage (800) 713-8189 6.38 /0.00 6.13 /0.00 5.88 /0.00 6.25/0.00

amortgagesearch.com (800) 549-0900 5.88 / 0.00 5.50 / 0.00 No Quote No Quote

Borrowers Advantage Mtg. (888) 510-4151 5.88 / 0.00 5.63/0.00 5.88 / 0.00 6.00 / 0.00

Ist Metropolitan Mortgage (800) 548-5988 5.50/ 1.75 5.13/2.00 5.38/2.00 5.50/2.00

Golden Rule Mortgage (800) 991-9922 5.50/ 1.75 5.13/1.75 5.25/1.00 5.75/1.00

Heidelberg Capital Corp. (800) 968-2240 5.75 / 0.00 5-50/ 0:00 .5,75 / 0.00 No Quote

Magnolia Mortgage Corp. (800) 392-6851 'No Quote No Quote No Quote No Quote

Price Financial Services (800) 401-9091 5.88/0.00 5.63 / 0.00 5.50 / 0.00 6.00/0.00

Sovereign Mortgage (800) 996-7283 5.88/0.00 5.63/0.00 5.75/0.00 5.88/0.00

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Harman .05
Hasbro .64 2.0
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HeclaM
Hess s .40 .7
HewlettP .32 .8
HighidH .92 4.8
Hilton .16 .5
HomeDp .90 2.3
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HostHotls .80 3.1
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ITW s .84 1.6
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14 +.10 +2.3 31.75
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22 +1.36 +15.3 31.41
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42 +.44 +34.1 19.11
25 -.81 +1.2 35.32
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22 +3.49 +21.3 54.89
19 -.32 +6.1 26.04
... -.24 -26.4 24.96
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14 +.64 +17.7 46.05
53 -7.07 +17.5 126.76
16 +6.59 +4.1 101.17


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Kraft 1.00 3.0 20 +.47 -6.0 33.56
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Lyondell .90 2.8 18 +.54 +26.0 32.21
MEMC .. ... 36 -4.68 +47.0 57.54
MGIC 1.00 1.6 11 +.30 +1.7 63.59
Manpwl .64 .8 18 +1.10 +7.9 80.85
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MarlntA s .30 .6 27 -1.72 -2.7 46.42
MarshM .76 2.3 18 +.32 +5.7 32.41
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Masco .92 3.3 23 +.21 -6.2 27.82
MasseyEn .16 .6 51 +2.85 +19.6 27.78
Mattel .65 2.3 19 +.02 +25.4 28.41
McGrwH .82 1.2 25 +2.09 -2.6 66.25


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Medtmic .44 .8 23 +1.26 +.4 53.60
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MetLUfe .59 .9 8 +.46 +11.1 65.55
MetroPCSn... ...... -.15 +3.6 28.40
MicronT ... ... 16 +.50 -16.3 11.69
Mirant 7 -.27 +41.7 44.73
Monsanto s .50 .8 45 +1.08 +15.1 60.30
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MorgStan 1.08 1.3 10 +2.10 +4.4 85.01
Mosaic If ... ... 31 +1.51 +44.0 30.75
Motorola .20 1.1 16 -.64 -14.5 17.57
NCR Cp ... ... 24 +1.98 +17.5 50.23
NYSE Eur ... ... 63 -7.24 -12.4 85.10
Nabors 9 +.97 +9.9 32.74
NatlCity 1.56 4.1 10 -.09 +3.1 37.70
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NYCmtyB 1.00 5.7 22 -.16 +9.6 17.64
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NewmtM .40 .9 30 -1.73 -5.8 42.55
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NewsCpB .10 .4 26 -.55 +9.4 24.35
NiSource .92 3.7 24 +.32 +3.3 24.89
NikeBwi .74 1.4 20 +.59 +9.3 54.12
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Nucors .44 .7 11 -2.75 +18.8 64.94
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Omncre .09 .3 23 -6.25 -9.7 34.90
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ParkDr ... ... 15 +.27 +37.2 11.21
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Penney .80 1.0 17 -1.19 +6.0 82.00
PepsiCo 1.20 1.8 20 -.36 +6.0 66.29
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Pfizer 1.16 4.4 10 -.36 +2.7 26.61
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PlainsEx ... ... 6 +4.97 ... 47.51
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Prudentl .95 1.0 15 +1.22 +11.2 95.45
PulteIH .16 .6 21 -.44 -15.6 27.96
QstDiag .40 .8 18 -.46 -6.6 49.51
Quiksilvr ... ... 23 +.08 -13.8 13.58
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RadioShk .25 .9 51 -.52 +65.2 27.72
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RegionsFn 1.44 4.1 13 -.20 -5.5 35.33
ReliantEn ... ...... -.50 +61.1 22.89
ResMed ... ... 54 -5.64 -13.0 42.80
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RiteAid 3 -.24 +13.2 6.16
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SLMCp 1.00 1.8 21 +.23 +11.2 54.23
STMicro .12 .6 24 -.73 +6.5 19.60
Safeway .23 .6 18 -1.10 +6.1 36.67
StJude ... 30 +.61 +19.7 43.77
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Schlmbrg .70 .9 25 +.41 +19.8 75.64
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SixFlags ... ...... +.16 +15.5 6.05
Smithlntl .40 .8 19 +2.84 +28.9 52.94


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StdPac .16 .7 12 -.51 -18.3 21.88
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Sunoco 1.10 1.4 10 +4.40 +23.1 76.79
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Target .48 .8 19 -1.35 +6.5 60.77
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TelNorL .69 4.1 ... -.10 +19.2 16.90
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Terra ... ... 63 +.96 +67.8 20.10
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Texinst .32 .9 13 +2.41 +20.9 34.83
ThermnnoRs ... ...54 +4.08 +17.7 53.31
3MCo 1.92 2.4 16 +3.80 +4.6 81.55
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Tycolntl .40 1.2 17 +.30 +7.4 32.64
Tyson .16 .8 ... +.39 +28.9 21.20
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USG ... ... 7 -1.44 -14.9 46.62
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USSteel .80 .8 9 -3.84 +40.9 103.04
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ViacomB ... ...... -.02 +1.9 41.83
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Vonagen ... ...... +.12 -55.2 3.11
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WA MutI 2.20 5.2 12 +.15 -6.9 42.37
WsteMInc .96 2.5 18 +3.28 +3.7 38.13
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Wellcare ... ... 25 -5.14 +25.5 86.50
WellPoint ... ... 16 -3.66 +.6 79.19
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WDIgltlIlf ... ... 8 +.19 -14.2 17.56
WstnUnn .01 19 -1.55 -3.2 21.71
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XTO Engy .48 .9 12 +.28 +18.0 55.52
XcelEngy .89 3.6 19 -.27 +5.8 24.39
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discrimination in employment, housing and public accom-
modations. Standard abbreviations are acceptable; how-
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Marine/Repairs Home Improvements Services


Fiberglass Repair, Transoms,
oors, Gel Coat & carpets, Motor
�rvice & repair, trailer repair. 17
. exp. 386-755-0770 or 864-4511
Concrete Work
PARRISH'S CONCRETE
ee Estimates. License & Insured.
ality Work @ Reasonable prices.
Call 386-752-8223
Painting Service
4AHLSTADT PAINTING
& Home Repair
it & Ext Painting Tile, Drywall,
Fencing, Porches, & Decks
carpentry work.Wood Replace
Military Discounts
Call Terry
29-415-0126 or 386-755-6928
Home Improvements
14552
J. Kelly's Pool Plastering, Inc
& Pool Solutions
',ew Pool & Spa Constructions
Existing Pool/Spa Renovations
'ebble Finishes
'atio's & More
386-754-2357
License & Insured
neral Repairs & Maintenance.
Mobile & Structural Homes.
rsonal Quality Service. Insured.
yrs exp.Richard 386-961-9030


S&A CARPETS $ CHEAP $
FLOORING INSTALLATION &
REPAIRS 20 YEARS EXP. LIC
AND CERTIFIED 386-344 2859
SOUTHLAND REMODELING
Mold Remd. Kitchen/Bath Repairs.
Decks & Screen Rooms. & MORE
Please Call 386-697-3134
Lawn & Landscape Service
Custom Cuts Lawn & Landscape.
Customized lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, design. Com. & Resd. Lic. &
insured. Call 386-496-2820 Iv msg.


LAWN MAINTENANCE
Full Service, Low Cost. Flexible
hours. Free Estimates. 30 yrs. Exp.
386-344-4508 or 754-8850


TIME TO MULCH
Cypress mulch 5 yard minimum
Delivered & spread or just
delivered. 386-935-6595
Services
FREE CLEANUP.
Pick up of unwanted metals,
tin, scrap vehicles.
386-755-0133 We Recycle.
Its your money. Use it your way.
Are you receiving monthly
payments? Would you prefer
lump sum cash? I can help.
Call Jerry at 386-754-2122
LET ME PHOTOGRAPH, your
next Event or Private Party. With
Nikon Digital Camara, will put
all your pictures on desk for $10
plus gas expense. 386-288-2600


SUPERIOR CLEANING
Residential & Commercial, Detail
cleaning service. Great Rates. Call
now for an estimate. 386-965-4750
WE BUY WRECKED OR
JUNK CARS.
WE'LL PICK UP FOR FREE.
CALL 386-344-4727

Land Services'
04514319
Bulldozer Work! Tractor svc.,
root raking, bush hogging, back
hoe loader, seeding, sodding,
disking, site prep, lawn work &
fill dirt Free Estimate!
Call 755-3890 or (386) 623-3200

Tree Service
HAZARDOUS Tree Trimming
removal & stump grinding. Senior
discount. 24 hr emergency service
386-590-7798 or 386-963-3360
WE
BUY
TIMBER
386-867-1586 OR 386-623-4393

Electrical Work
NEED ELECTRICAL Repairs?
Make sure it's done right!
Immediateavailability.Free
estimates. Call Russ 386-288-4313


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04513561
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manufacturing plant looking for an
individual who is experienced in
gas and diesel motors (Caterpillar
and Cummings engines) as well as
hydraulics. Some welding req.
Must have own tools. Experience
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exp. need apply. Competitive
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NEEDED
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'early morning hours delivering
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If you prefer, Stop by the Lake
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NOW HIRING
All Positions
Apply in person at
Cracker Barrel

04514355
5 3 FULL AND
PART-TIME TELLERS
* Premium pay for previous bank-
ing experience.
* Ideal candidate possesses past
customer service and cash han-
dling experience and good com-
puter skills.
*Training will be provided to the
right candidate.
* Columbia Bank is growing and
advancement opportunities are
available within the company
* Employees who work 25 hours
or more per week are eligible for
benefits:


Medical, dental, and vision
insurance
Prescription coverage
Life insurance
Short-term and long-term
disability
Accidental Death and
Dismemberment
401(k) Retirement and
Sharing Plan
Paid Vacation and Holidays
Free Employee Checking
Account
Tuition Reimbursement


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Fax resume to 386-719-8860 or
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in Lake City.
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NOW HIRING
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job openings and is accepting
applications for multiple positions
Include:
) Graphics Personnel
) Customer Service/Accounting
) Production Personnel
If your looking for a fast
paccd fun job with a fast
growing company
Please e-mail your resume to
into@ speedysigns.com
Or apply in person at
162 SW Spencer Ct.,
Lake City, FL386-755-2006


o100 Opportunities

04514362
Maintenance Technician
for animal feed manufacturing
plant. Position requires electrical,
mechanical and sheet metal
skills. Must be available for shift
work. Available benefits include
medical and dental insurance,
401K, paid vacations, holidays,
pension program and more. Land
O'Lakes Purina Feed LLC is an
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative
Action Employer and enforces a
drug free workforce. Applica-
tions may be obtained at 637 NW
Lake Jeffrey Road, Lake City,
fax resume to 386 755-9357,
e-mail erstewart@landolakes.com

04514443
HAIR STYLIST
Creative Images Hair Salon has
an immediate opening! We offer a
location in the Lake City Mall,
High Walk in Traffic,
Comm. Base Pay, Flexible Days
& Hours, If you have two yrs
min. exp, a strong sense of
professionalism and very strong
social skills call Marina
365-1139 or 758-6850

04514453
REST AREA Attendant P/T posi-
tion available ALL shifts. Apply
in PERSON at CARC, 512 SW
Sisters Welcome Road, lake City.

05515211
A Terrific Opportunity!
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company $100,000+ Earning
Potential, Benefits, Pension,
401K, BCBS Insurance
Call 1-800-257-5500


100W Opportunities

(M514-157
CDL A Driver-
Start $900/week w/exp. Regular
OTR runs. Home weekly.
Clean equipment.
Clean MVR with 5 years min.
exp. reefer. CRT, Inc.
800-373-2278 or 352-542-8927

04514459
NOW HIRING
* Project Manager
* Estimator
* Accounting
* Sales
* Webmaster
Call 386-719-2240
EOE, Drug free Workplace.

05515565
DRIVER
Are you getting
paid more this year?
Roehl drivers are with
Practical Route Mileage
Pay plus Top pay
rate. 53' van/48' FB. Up
to $3,000 sign-on bonus.
Students Welcome.
Roehl, "The Take Home
More, Be Home More
Carrier."
Call 7 days a week!
800-626-4915
www.GoRoehl.com

04514498
Warehouse Assistant - We need
ambitious and responsible
individuals to stock & pull orders,
heavy lifting up to 75 lbs.
Hrs: Noon-6:30 p.m. M-F.
Call 386-269-4409 or
fax resume to 813-283-9127.


100 Opportunities

04514468


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
The Lake City Reporter has an
opportunity for an enthusiastic
professional to join our
Advertising Team!
You'll make outbound sales calls
and assist customers. Previous
sales experience helpful. Strong
communication skills and the
ability to thrive in a fast paced
team environment a must.
We'll reward your efforts with
competitive compensation,
excellent benefits and
outstanding opportunities.
Apply to:
Lake City Reporter,
Attn: Advertising Director,
P.O. Box 1709
Lake City, FL 32056
or email
jkennedy@lakecityreporter.com

05515607
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP.
Great career opportunity in a
sales/service work environment,
needing a qualified individual
w/strong work ethic & dedication
to their job. A min of 3 yrs
Customer Service, Computer,
Data Entry, 50 wpm exp is
required. Candidate must enjoy
working w/people have Windows
Proficiency 7 a desire to work in a
fast paced environment.
No phone call please Resume
Att: Connie Fax 386-755-7911 or
Email lakecity(@)wal-staf.com


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* Local Sports- complete coverage of schools, college and pros


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100 Opportunities

04514478
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HUNTER Panels LLC is
accepting applications for the
position of Administrative
Asst/Receptionist. Qualified
candidates will have excellent
communication skills, Word,
Power Point, Excel, Basic Data
Entry experience a must and SAP
experience a plus. Positive, can
do, team player attitude, with
great people skills a must. Must
be acceptable to change and able
to interact and assist in other de-
partments as needed and required.
Please email your resume to
Baconj@hpanels.com or
Ridilla@hpanels.com.
Fax 386-755-7882 Location
388 SE Enterprise Court Lake
City, Florida 32025


04514503
CARPENTERS/
PRODUCTION JOBS
We need your work experience.
Business growth opens new jobs.
Proficiency required as a
Trim/Finish Carpenter. Stable
work history. Benefits include:
paid holidays, paid vacations,
family health insurance,
and a 401-K plan.
Some hand tools required.
Please apply in person at:
Hunter Marine on Highway 441
in Alachua, FL.,


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04514528
HELP WANTED; Prep cook:
experienced only; Apply in
person. Christian Environment;
Camp Weed and the
Cerveny Conf. Center; 11057
Camp Weed Place,
Live Oak, FL 32060

04514530
HIBBETT SPORTS
is Hiring in Lake City. Apply at:
2469 U.S. Hwy 90 West.
Lake City, FL. 32055.
* Store Manager
* Assistant Manager
* PT/FT Sales
Hibbett Sports Conducts drug
testing. www.hibbett.com

05515467
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP
Career opportunity in a sales/
service environment available for
qualified individual w/ strong
work ethic & dedication to the
job. Min 3 yrs Customer Service
exp in a fast paced working
environment. Must enjoy working
w/ people. Computer/Data Entry
Skills required as well as type min
50 wpm & Windows proficiency.
No phone calls please. Resume
Att: Connie Fax 386-755-7911 or
Email lakecityv(@wal-staf.com.

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Atlantic Truck Lines
Class A, FL only & home every
night. $700+/wk. Yearly $1,000
safety bonus. 3 yrs. T/T exp., with
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100 Opportunities

05514312
METER READERS &
LEAD METER READERS
You Belong With the Best!
Severn Trent Services is looking
for energetic people who enjoy
working independently outdoors.
Job Requirements:
Walk 5-6 miles daily in all types
of local weather
Be able to deal with all outdoor
conditions Lift, bend and stoop
Minimum 18 years old
Hold a valid FL drivers license
Drive a reliable vehicle
HS diploma or equivalent
Training will be provided
on-the-job. Hourly rate is $9.00
plus vehicle mileage
reimbursement Benefits available
are after 90 days
apply in person at 205 ,N. Marion
Ave. in Lake City or
call 888-896-1486
for more information.
EOE/Drug Free Workplace

05515520
WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
Now hiring for Clerical &
Industrial positions. Drug screen
& backgrounds req'd for the Lake
City area. 386-755-1991 for appt.

05515578
PROJECT MGR. For repair/
remodeling projects.Prior
experience/construction
background.Perm/full time
position. Competitive salary/
incentive/benefits. Lake City
office. Fax resurhe or apply in
person in our Gainesville office
at 224 NW 8th Ave. or Fax
352-373-0341, ATTN:
Scott Ambrose EOE/DFWP

05515604
Drivers
RUN SOUTHEAST ONLY
2 Company Drivers Needed
Home Every Weekend
65% Drop & Hook
Sign On Bonus
Health & Dental
Paid Vacation
Rider Program
CDL/A 2 Yrs
Regional or OTR Exp
Shoreline Transportation
877-208-9176

A/C SERVICE Tech & Installer
Full time with benefits.
Please call 386-454-4767

Another Way, Inc., seeking
advocates to work in domestic
violence shelter. Starting @ $9-10
p/h FT /PT excellent benefits fax re-
sume: 386-719-2758 no calls please
ATTN DRIVERS: SE Local/
Regional Runs. Home
weekends/Some weekdays! Drive
New Equip!! Florid's Premier Flat-
bed Carrier. CDL-A req. 1 yr. exp.
877-838-2378 x270 www.gotdt.com
BLUE JEAN JOB $ CASH $
Seeking sharp go getters, Able to
TRAVEL USA. Demo chemical
products. Good people skills &
enjoy working in a Rock in Roll
evir. Call Kelly 1-800-201-3293.
9-6. Must start immed.
CAREER OPPORTUNITY!
Become a HVAC/Refridgeration
Tech in 30 days. EPA and OSHA
Certifications. Fincial Aid and Job
Placement Assist. available.
CALL 888-510-0015
CDL DRIVER WANTED
Clean Driving record, 2 years
experience driving dump truck
Drug Free 386-497-3131
ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
5-10 years experience.
Land development and CAD a plus.
Fax resume to 758-4290
ESTABLISHED HAIR Salon
Seeking licensed cosmetologist.
Will help build your clientele.
Call Teresa 755-6220
FABULOUS COACH LINES
HIGHLY MOTIVATED
PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDE
FRIENDLY PEOPLE
CDL required. Pax End a plus,
Good driving record Necessary.
Dealing with fun groups on Charter
Trips to Exciting Destinations.
PT/FT $125-$185/day
FabulousCoach.com
Or Call 1-866-352-7295
Full Time & Part Time Teachers
needed at Green Acres Child Care.
Exp. preferred. Apply in person at
1126 SW Main Blvd
FULL-TIME HELP
Kitchen Cabinet designer, must
have experience with 20/20 design.
Morrells 386-752-3910


100 Job
100 Opportunities
Hardworking Individuals Very
busy deli. Apply in Person between
2pm -4pm M- F Skip's Deli South
Main Blvd NO PHONE CALLS

HELP WANTED PT/FT Building
Storage Sheds, Construction exp.
helpful but not necessary Must have
Transportation 758-5525
I need a Flatbed Truck to
haul merchandise from
Lake City to Baldwin.
386-588-4084
INSIDE SALES
Do you have a positive and
energetic demeanor on phone,
excellent listening/writing
skills, and comfortable with
technology? Then Hub Industrial
needs you, please call us today at
386-269-4409.
Johnson & Johnson Transport,
Inc - Fuel delivery driver needed.
Class A CDL required, Tanker
Sun-Thurs. Benefits include: 401K,
Insurance, Uniforms, Vacation,
Home every night. Truck is based
in Lake City. Call after 3:00
1-800-226-5454.
Kennel Assistant Part Time.
For private show breeder-weekdays
and some weekends. Experience
preferred but will train the right
person. Call 386-752-2147
Labor Position, Must have valid
Drivers Lic., 40-50 Hours weekly.
Apply at C.A.BOONE
CONSTRUCTION, 400 SW Sis-
ters Welcome Rd., Lake City
DRUG FREE WORK PLACE,
LEAD CARPENTERS & Helpers
Commercial & Residential
Must have valid D.L. &
transportation. 352-284-8918
386-752-9096

Local Collision Parts Co. seeks
Warehouse person. Exp. preferred.
M-F. Apply in person only,
No Phone Calls Please. 385 SW
Arlington Blvd, Lake City, FL.
Behind Rountree Toyota.
LOCAL COMPANY seeking Ex-
perienced Industrial/Commercial
Electricians 3-5 years experience
preferred, Top Pay & Benefits
Available, Please call
(386) 752-5488 or fax resume to
(386) 752-3737, EEO
Employer/Drug Free Workplace.
Local Mortgage Company
Looking for dependable employee
for entry level office duties. Mon-
Fri, opportunities for advancement.
Willing to train the right individual.
Please fax resume with references to
866-399-0611
LOCAL MORTGAGE LENDER
Looking for Loan Processor for a
fast paced Office. Must have
experience in Loan origination &
Closing. Please fax resume
w/references to 866-399-0611
Local Parts warehouse seeks FT
Collision Part Sales Person. Must
be able to handle a high volume of
calls, make outbound sales calls &
work retail counter. Fast paced envi-
ronment. Auto. exp.a plus. Apply in
person only at 385 SW Arlington
Blvd. Behind Rountree Toyota.
MACHINE OPERATOR. Copy
finishing, bindery, customer svc.,
PT avail. Fax resume: 755-7373
PRINT-O-MATIC, LC
NEED IMMEDIATELY Full or
part time Accounting assistant with
background in GL Account
Reconciliation. Audit background a
plus. Job cost accounting. Call for
an appt. 386-462-2047 EEOE
NOW HIRING Route drivers
w/exp. Must have a clean driving
record. Local routes. Apply in Per-
son.only at 385 SW Arlington Blvd.
Behind Rountree Toyota.
PART-TIME CLIENT Assistant
& Part Time Housekeeper/Dietary
Asst. The plantation Assisted Living
Facility Drug Screen Req. Some
weekend hours. Apply in person:
147 SW Summers Ln. Lake City, FL
DRIVERS & O/O's - CDL - A:
Top Pay, Excellent Hometime &
Benefits! Must Have 2 yrs.
Recent car hauling exp!
Centurion Auto Transport
800-889-8139
04514493
Driver - CDL A
STEEP PAY AHEAD!
* Up to $55,000/YEAR*
* Immediate Benefits
1.yr. T/T exp - 23yrs. old
Call our Local Office
Sunday or Anytime
866-414-2659


Classified Department: 755-5440


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100 Jo0
100 Opportunities

04514522
Big MILES = Big MONEY
* * * * * *


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All '05, '06 AND NOW '07
Volvos & Freightliners
3,000 MilWk Avg
Weekly Home Time
One-Day Orientation
.30 cpm starting pay
for 6 mo. exp.
Must Be 22 Yrs. Old,
Class A CDL Required.

866-863-4112,

04514523
Drivers - CDL A
Drive For PTL On The
Road to Success!

STUDENTS:
Great New Pay Package!!!
Company Drivers:
Great New Pay Package
Experienced Drivers get
paid what you deserve!
OWNER OPERATORS:
Great New Pay Package!!
90 cpm + Fuel
* No Loading/Unloading
* Optional NE & No Hazmat
* 22 years min. age
1-800-848-0405
www.ptl-inc.com

RESPIRATORY THERAPIST
(RRT or CRT). needed part time or
on contract basis. Home care/home
medical equipment experience a
plus. Send resume with references
to: 308 NW Lake Wilson Way.
Lake City, Fl. 32055
Third Judicial Circuit
COURT ADMINISTRATION
DRUG COURT MANAGER
Salary: $45,303.72/annually
Closing Date: Wednesday,
May 9, 2007
For further information:
www.jud3.flcourts.org

110 Sales
Employment
AVON
Only $10 for KIT, Free gift w/ sign
up. Earn 50%! Call: 1-800-275-
9945 pin # 4242(Ind. SalesRep)

1 Medical
120 Employment

04514343
BAYA POINTE Nursing &
Rehabilitation Center
has the following openings:
Director of Nursing
Dedicated RN needed with at
least three years experience
including management/
supervisory responsibilities in a
skilled nursing environment.
CNA, must have at least
six months experience
. Fax resume to 386-752-7337
EOE/DFWP

04514439
Certified Nursing Assistant
Avalon Health Care Center has
the following positions available:
3p.m. - ll11p.m.
llp.m. - 7a.m.
Applicant must be experienced in
SNF Setting. Competitive Salary
and Excellent benefit package. In-
terested applicant please apply in
person or fax resume to attention
of Human Resources:
Avalon Health Care Center
1270 SW Main Blvd.
Lake City, Florida 32025
(386) 752-7900
(386)752-8556 (fax)
EOE

05515299
C.N.A. NEEDED
Full Time with Benefits
3pm- llpm
Call Angela Akins
At 386-362-7860
Or apply at
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32064
EOE/D/V/M/F


LPN or RNl 3PM-11PM
Lake City Cluster
ICF for Developmentally
Disabled Persons.
673 NW Cluster Drive,
E86-755-6104
EEO/M/F/D/V


120 Medical
120 Employment

05515416
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS (CNA)
Northeast Florida State Hospital
(NEFSH), a Governor's Sterling
Award Recipient, in conjunction
with Baker County, is recruiting
Certified Nursing Assistants to
staff a 20-bed, forensic unit for
individuals requiring skilled care.
These are County positions with
County benefits and salary will be
commensurate with experience.
You may apply in person at
NEFSH in Human Resources,
Administration Building #1, at
7487 South State Road 121,
Macclenny, Florida 32063.
Contact Jenelle Holt at
(904) 259-6211 ext 1157.

05515476
C.N.A.'s /RN/LPN
All shifts, Full/Part time
Must be dependable
Great benefits and
work Environment
Call 904-259-4873 and
ask for Sharon or
apply in person to
Macclenny
Nursing and Rehab

05515556
PART TIME
RN for IV IGG infusions. Must
have excellent IV skills. Call
Suwannee Medical Personnel.
386-755-1544. Ask for Martha

05515557
SUWANNEE
MEDICAL PERSONNEL
Home Care is looking for a CNA
to work in the FT. White area.
Must be a Fl. certified CNA
and have 1. year experience.
If interested please call
(386)755-1544, ask for Martha.

05515558
DIETARY AIDE-Part Time
Flexible Hours
Call Angela Akins
at 386-362-7860
Or apply at
Suwannee Health'care Center
1620 E. Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32060
EOE/D/V/M/F

05515560
GREAT
OPPORTUNITY
RN -HOUSE SUPERVISOR
7P -7A
GREAT SCHEDULE
AND BENEFITS
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helevenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064
Please Contact
Amelia Tompkins/DON
at 386-362-7860


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120 Medical
120 Employment

05515561
LPN or RN Needed
7P -7A
With Benefits
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. helevenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064
Contact Angela Akins or
Amelia Tompkins at
386-362-7860

05515562
LPN or RN Needed
7A -7P
With Benefits
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helvenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064
Contact Angela Akins or
Amelia Tompkins at
386-362-7860

05515589
Certified Medical Assistant FT
1 yr experience preferred.
Training, experience in Med
Admin (exp injections), & taking
accurate vital signs. Excellent
communication, documentation,
organizational & assessment
skills. Mail or fax resume to
348 NE Methodist Ter, Suite 103
Lake City, FL 32055,
Fax# 386-758-5628

05515600
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
Part Time up to 30 hours weekly.
& Full time Courteous,
hardworking person needed for
busy Practice. Computer and
Billing experience desired.
Competitive Salary Mail or fax
resume to 348 N.E. Methodist
Ter. Ste# 103, Lake City, FL
32055, Fax# 386-758-5628

PART-TIME/FULL-TIME
Nurse Practitioner for Internal
Medicine for Rural Health Clinic
in Live Oak. Please send CV to
P 0 Box 38; Live Oak FL 32064 or
Fax: 386-362-6403
NOW HIRING
Direct Care Staff. ICF/DD
Taking applications for all shifts.
Must have FL. Driver's License
High School diploma or GED.
Call 386-755-6104 EEO/M/F/D/V
Wanted License Massage
Therapist for Chiropratic office.
Please fax resume & current license
to: 386-752-8356


ADVERTISE IT HERE!

Bring the picture in or we will take it for you!
Advertise your car, truck, motorcycle, recreation vehicle or boat here for 10 consecutive days.
If your vehicle does not sell within those 10 days, for an additional $10 you can place your ad for
an additional 10 days. A picture will run everyday with a description of your vehicle. The price of the
vehicle must be listed in the ad. Your ad must be prepaid with cash, check or credit card.
Just include a snapshot or bring your vehicle by and we will take the picture for you. Private party only!


z2t0A nevyRsro
Cargo Van
$8,500
4.3L, tow package,ladder rack,
excellent condition.
Call
386-752-7744


2000 Ford
Ranger XLT
$6,000
Auto, A/C, Power Locks &
Windows, Sport Bucket Seats
Call
386-984-5702


Advertise Now


for only


$300


per day
(10 day minimum)


1993 Dodge Dakota
Club Cab, Long Wheel Base
$2,500 OBO
145K, PR steering & brakes,
cold air, elec. door locks &
windows, bed liner, new front
tires, alloy wheels
Call
386-755-4580


1994 Ford
Mustang
$2,250
81,000 Miles.
Will finance.
Call
386-466-1104


,30 nuC 12- rupup
Camper

'1,200
Nice shape.
Call
386-344-7927


1998 25' 15Ft. Aluminum 1986 Cadillac DeVille 2003 KIA Rio Cinco
Nomadd railer Bass Boat $1,000 $3,800 obo
Nomad Trailer 500 clean, runs great,
9,500 V nw tires fantastic gas mileage,
Elec. brakes, elec, hitch-levelers, 25hp motor and trailer, V8, new tires. -see with leage,
roll-out awning w/full screen trolling motor C
room. Stove, fridge, heat/ac, al a
microwave. Very clean, sleeps 6. Call 386-719-9892
Call 386-752-0168 386-623-6917 386-752-1728 386-965-1232

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120 Medical
120 Employment

05515623





MERIDIAN
Medical Records (G'ville &
Lake City) Maintenance of
Center's medical records,
Retrieve & prepare client charts,
file documents, charts when they
are returned. HS/GED
Client Relations Specialist
Clerical work with heavy public
contact. Maintain professional
office setting. HS/GED and 6
months office exp.
Child Welfare Case
Supervisor (Trenton &
Starke): Identify / Assess client
& family needs of minors placed
in care of Dept. Children &
Families BA/BS Human Services.
Quality Management
Specialist ( Child
Welfare Program)Provide
clinical oversight & ensure child
safety in moving cases toward
permanency, gather data &
prepare statistical reports relating
to case management quality
assurance & improvement.
BA/BS Human Service, lyr
management exp. REQ. current
valid FI Dr. Lic
RN
Gainesville/ Lake City-FIT & P/T
LPN P/T
Lake City CSU Unit
Assist in provision services
to clients.
Emergency Screener
Conducts emergency assessments
for clients & or ref. sources.
Masters Mental Health.
Competitive Salary
Excellent Benefits
www.mbhci.og
Fax:(352) 374-5608
Email Resumes to:
jobs@mbhci.org
EOE, DFWP


140 Work Wanted
* BUTLER/ESTATE/
HOUSEHOLD MANAGER
24 YRS EXP, LIVE-IN/LIVE-OUT
JOE 386-719-6460 *
05515571
MATURE CHRISTIAN
Caregiver 20 yrs nursing
home exp. Will care for sick or
elderly or newborn day or night.
Call Olive 386-755-3878


190 Mortgage Money

12% RETURN ON
YOUR MONEY! GOOD
MORTGAGES FOR SALE. (NO
BROKERS PLEASE) 100% BUY-
BACK GUARANTEE
CALL STEVE @ 386-365-8549










LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2007


240 SSchools &
240 Education
TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL
CDL. Training Sage@LCCC
OnCampus lodging. 866-522-2669
lakecity@sageschools.com.

Want to be a CNA? Don't want to
wait? Express Training Services of
Gainesville is now offering our
quality CNA exam Prep classes.
Day/Eve classes. Class for 1 week,
certification test the next week.
Class size is limited. Next class
05/07/07. Call 386-755-4401

310 Pets & Supplies
10WK OLD Mini Dachshund male,
wormed and shots, $300
386-590-0158


AKC BLACK Lab Puppies $500
Mother CH, FC, NFC, Bloodline
Father CH, Bloodline Blockhead
Ready May 28th Call 386-454-7202

BOXER PUPPY. 9 weeks old.
1st shots, wormed, tails cut.
AKC Mother on premises. $400.
386-758-3127

Chi-Poo - Pappillion puppies, shots
& papers. Taking deposits. Avail.
6/8/07. $250. ea w/papers. POP.
386-269-3117 Connie

COLLIE PUPS/ sable/white &
tri-color/ m/f /health cert. $400.00
386-208-4336

FREE PUPPY.
10 weeks old. Mixed.
Very nice & playful.
386-754-1791

, LYNN'S MOBILE Pet Grooming
Full Groom $25-$35
Van comes to your home.
32 years exp. 386-288-5966

MALE 1 yr old Chihuahua
Blue & tan. CKC registered.
Accessories. $250.00
386-344-7927

RED HEALER puppy.
10 wks old. All shots.
$50 each.
(352)258-3904

I 0 Livestock &
3 Supplies
> ; BIG PRETTY healthy
Pigs for sale.
Call for information.
386-755-3500

CATTLE FOR SALE
Angus & Cross Bred
Yearlings
386-755-3500/ 365-1352

361 Farm Equipment
HAY EQUIPMENT
Square Hay Baler for sale
GREAT Price!!!!
Call 386-755-3500/ 365-1352

401 Antiques
"HUGE SALE" Old/damaged in-
ventory, antiques and estate items,
- misc items, too much to mention.
Starts Monday 30th April. IMAGE,
behind Red Lobster in Lake City.
.386-755-0120


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Re-advertised Positions
Director, Developmental Education
Responsible for implementing
developmental courses and acting as central
resource for information about program.
Recruit, schedule and evaluate
developmental instructors.
Master's degree with 18 graduate hours in
English, Math, Reading. or Education, plus
three years developmental teaching,
including online and distance learning classes.
Salary: Negotiable, plus benefits.
Application deadline: May 26. 2007
Associate Professor. Associate in
Science Nursing Program
198 duty day Tenure Track position
Must have 2 years experience acute
care nursing. Minimum of Master's
degree in Nursing, with 18 graduate
hours in the field, have FL RN license
or be FL license eligible. Computer
skills. Teaching experience desired.
Salary: Based on degree, experience
p p plus benefits.
'- Applicatiod deadline: Open until filled
Director, Emplov Florida Banner Center
of Logistics & Distribution
* Grant Funded Position
Direct all functions of the Banner Center:
maintain rapport with industry; fundraising;
develop industry training and education
programs: maintain industry advisory
committee; planning and supervision.
Bachelor degree with five years experience
in teaching or management of workforce
programs. Master's degree preferred.
Salary: Negotiable, plus benefits
Application deadline: Open until filled ,
Program Developer
Grant Funded
Assist the Banner Center Director in
defining needs and developing programs to
fulfill those needs. Bachelor's degreein
education or workforce education and 3
years professional experience, including
teaching & supervising, and experience
developing workforce curriculum and
programs. Knowledge of federal & state
funded programs. Must have valid FL
driver's license prior to employment.
Salary: $35,0010 annually, plus benefits
Application deadline: Open until filled
College application and copies of
transcripts required. Position details and
application available on the web at:
' ww.lakecitvcc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-nmaill: boettcherg(ialakeclltycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &
. ..Employment_.


402 Appliances
KITCHEN RANGE
$100.00
386-752-0892

WASHER.
Used, Great condition.
White heavy Duty. $100.00
386-961-8812
WINDOW AIR Conditioner
w/remote control. Like new..
White color. BRRRRR cold $100
386-758-3057


403 Auctions

04513858
Habitat for Humanity
Gainesville Auction AB2561
Starting at 6 p.m. Sat May 5th
Antiques, collectibles, Fine
Jewelry, Furniture & much more
at 1024 S. Main St.
For consignments & info
call 352-378-8320
www.alachuahabitatauction.com
Barry Hamer AH2451

04514465
PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT
AUCTION:
Vehicles-Tools-Equip-Bldg.
Materials and more.
Sat. May 5, 2007 9:00 am @
4630 SR 238, "Providence"
Lake Butler, FL
Call David King - Auction
Manager@ 386-266-9963 for
rates and to consign your
equipment & vehicles now.
Atkinson Realty and Auction
AB-1141 - AU - 1608
800-756-4098
www.atkinsononline.com


404 Baby Items
TODDLER DAY Bed
New light wood, customized
Beautiful $100.00
Call 386-758-8654

408 Furniture


CHEST of Drawers. Dark wood.
Used nice condition.


408 Furniture

WHOLE HOUSE
Yard sale. Furniture, & yard goods.
7am Thur 4/26 -Sun 4/29.
Everyday until sold. 3500 206 Terr.
in Wellborn 386-963-4985
Call for directions & Look for signs


416 Sporting Goods

POOL TABLE - Gorgeous Brand
new 8' wood table. Leather pockets,
Italian 1" slate, carved legs. Still in
Crate! Cost $4,500. Sell $1,350.
Can Deliver. 352-264-9799


420 Wanted to Buy

K&H TIMBER
Payment in advance for standing
pine timber. Large or small tracts.
Call 386-454-1484 or 961-1961.

Need 4 - 15" wheels to fit Jeep
Cherokee or 4-wheels with 2-5/8"
center to center 5 lug pattern.
386-497-3272
WANTED WHOLE Junk Cars.
$100 Each. Free Pick Up
Call 386-878-9260
After 5pm 386- 752-3648


430 Garage Sales

E.A. Wholesale Liquidation Sale.
M-F lOa-5 /Sat. 8a-noon. Lots of
items 50% off. New Ashley Furn.
Hwy 100 @ Baya 758-9303. c/c
Classic Car show May 5 (2-6pm)

FLEE MARKET Vendor Spaces
Available, for Spring flee market. St
Madeleine Catholic Church, 17155
US Hwy 441, High Springs, 3 miles
West of 1-75 Overpass. Spaces are
$10. Call Church office for
applications. May 12 8a-lp
386-454-2358
No food vendors please.
Sat & Sun. 10-5. Motel furn., TV's,
lamps, chairs, tables, headboards,
night stands, pics. Jasmine Garden
Inn Parking Lot. Knights Ave.
Next to LC Medical Center.


440 Miscellaneous
25 IBS KERR Mapai Tile
Grout Bags. 10 for $95.00
758-1358 am/
752-3491 8-11 pm
3 WHEEL Handy Cap Cart. Needs
batteries. Electrical work & charger
in good condition. $50. For parts or
repair. (352)978-0589 ask for Les.
5' PICNIC TABLE
NEW 2X4's only
$40.00 Live Oak
352-978-0589 Ask for Les
BRAND NEW IPOD Shuffle
by apple $99.00
Call 386-758-1358
after 8p, 752-3491
HOT TUB - $1,795. LOADED!
Never used. Waterfall, therapy jets,
LED lights, cupholders, 110Ov
energy efficient. With warranty.
Can deliver 352-376-1600
MOTOR BRAND-NEW 10 HP.
electric 36330 rpm, 220 460
3 phrase$300 2006 4-Wheeler $500
386-623-6917
POOL (Sand-N-Sun)
E-Z set up in Box $100.00
10x30 fills as you go!
386-758-8654
WOOD BLINDS, 4 inside
hinged (panel) wooden Blinds.
(34 1/2" by 8 ") each blind.
$40. 386-754-0691

630\ Mobile Homes
630 for Rent
2BR/2BA 14'X70' with large Front
Porch in the Country. $600 mo
wv/1st & $800 Security. No Pets.
Call 386-755-1432
IN PARK Mobile Homes for Rent
2BR/2BA, $550 mo, 1st, last, sec.
" &Applications required.
386-719-2423
LATE MODEL MOBILE HOMES
Starting $450 month, Beautiful
Pond setting, w/trees. CH/A, Cable
avail. No pets. Call 386-961-0017
MOBILE HOME for Rent.
Kelly's RV Park White Springs.
2/1 $425. plus deposit.
386-397-2616


640 Mobile Homes
Sfor Sale

05515368
$500.00 DOWN!
With your Land
2006 Clearance
And New 2007's
PRESTIGE HOMES
3973 Hwy 90 West
Lake City, FL
386-752-7751
1-800-355-9385

1996 HOME OF MERIT DW
1960 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA Large
Kitchen. Must be moved Price neg.
904-275-2925 leave a message
2007 Model Home Clearance.
Making room for 2008's.
Save "BIG" plus get a free
"Concrete Foundation System."
Hurry won't last long.
Gary Hamilton Homes. 758-6755
www.garyhamiltonhomes.com
CASH TALKS, I love cash deals,
and.will give you the very best price
on New or Used MOBILE HOMES.
I really want your business
386-719-0044
FACTORY DIRECT PRICES
ON MOBILE AND MODULAR
HOMES CALL RICK
386-719-0044
FIRST TIME BUYERS
PROGRAM. $2,500.00 DOWN
AND $650. PER MONTH!
386-288-4560
HANDIMAN SPECIAL...
3 bedroom 2 bath in Deer creek on
huge lot 20% down and ONLY
$490.38 MONTH! SAVE $20,000!
386-365-4774
Own a new manufactured or
MODULAR home for
as littit as $500 down
386-288-4560
OWNER FINANCE I only finance
people who can NOT GET BANK
FINANCING! example NEW 4
bedroom 2 bath DOUBLEWIDE
home using your paid land as
equity ZERO DOWN and
$789 per month 386-365-8549
REDUCED FOR A LIMITED
TIME...2007 3 bedroom 2 bath
doublewde $500 down $396.58 per
month INCLUDES setup, skirting,
setup, and a/c 386-365-4774


640 Mobile Homes
6 for Sale

WHY RENT? I can sell you a new
quad plex modular home, rent one
side out and LIVE FREE!
386-303-1557
DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR/2 BA
In Mobile Home Park
Ask $10,000
Call 386-755-0477
MOBILE HOME MOVER
STATE CERTIFIED
Call 386-755-1783
FREE ESTIMATES

Mobile Home
650 &Land
!!OWNER FINANCE!!
1989 DW 3BR/2BA on 0.4 acres.
798 Double Run Rd. $69,500.
Call 386-867-0048
2BR/1BA EXCELLENT, NEW
APPLIANCES CONDITION.
WITH 1 ACRE. LAND. NEAR
FORT WHITE. 386-497-3637
3/2 DW A/C on 1.5 acre lot
- Will sell or Lease
in Worthington Springs
Call 386-466-1104
$0 DOWN LAND HOME
PACKAGE. If you want a new
home and have ok credit 5.875%
FIXED RATE w.a.c. 386-303-1557
MOVE IN FAST!
New Modular 3 bedroom 2 bath
Home on land. 20% down and only
$836.51 month. 386-288-4560
4BR/2BA NEW-DW on 6.3 acres.
Convenient to Nashville & local
schools. Scenic view of nature and
Johnny Cash Old farm house. $185k
OBO MUST SEE erh40()aol.com
Please call 931-670-5469
Beautiful 8 Ac w/ MH scattered
Oaks & fenced. Between Lake City
& Live Oak. Jane S. Usher Lic. Real
Estate Broker 386-755-3500
LIKE NEW 4/2 DWMH, South of
town'on Tustenuggee. Sits on 1
acre. Please call 386-754-8436.
Owner financing available.

710 f Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent
! 2 AND 3 BR SPECIAL!
$150 OFF 1ST MONTH'S RENT.


...$7.......... 6 -Mobi Dle Homes SALE Sale SALE! New double- WINDSONG APARTMENTS.
386-961-8812 WHOLE HOUSE U0? for Sale wide 4 bedroom 2 bath $2,500 386-758-8455
Yard sale. Furniture, & yard goods. down and ONLY $493.77 per
LOVE SEAT 7am Thur 4/26 -Sun 4/29. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH month! includes SETUP, central a/c Immediate Openings 1 & 2 BR.
Used, very nice condition Everyday until sold. 3500 206 Terr. 10% DOWN $595 MONTH STEPS skirting SALES TAX tag Convenient Location. Near VA
Light color cloth material. $100.00 in Wellborn 386-963-4985 OWNER WILL CONSIDER TITLE and CLOSING COST! Hospital. Call for price and details.
Call 386-758-3057 Call for directions & Look for signs FINANCE 386-288-4560 ' 386-365-4774 386-755-2423


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LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


710 Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent
05515581
PREMIUM HOMES
Defender Dr.
3/2 Garage $950/mo.
Calob Ct.
3/2 Fireplace $950/mo.
Ashley
4/2 Fenced $1000/mo.
Chad PI.
3/1 Big Yard $1,200/mo.
San Juan
5/5 Pool, Executive Home
$2,950/mo.

BWestfield
REALTY GROUP
Property Management
386-487-1477
or 386-867-9053
rentals(a)westfieldrealtvyroupo.com
Townhouse Apt. 2BR/1.5BA.
Spacious 2 story townhouse on
McFarlane Ave. $750 mo,
plus $400 dep. 752-7781 /397-5880
X-CLEAN 2/1, Hardwood floors,
carport, utility room, off McFarlane.
$500 mo. 1st, Last, Dep..
386-961-9181
\730 Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent
$346/MO! 4BR Hud!
5% down 20 years.at 8%APR.
For listings
800-366-9783 ext F388
2BR/1BA HOME Great in-town
location, fenced yard, hardwood
floors, MUST SEE. $800/mo
lst,last & secruity. 386-697-5373
2BR/1BA HOUSE.
NW Georiga Ave AC/HEAT
$400/mo. 1st, last & sec. deposit.
$1200 to move in. 954-804-4842
2BR/2BA REMODELED, New
applicances/carpet. $700/mo 1st,
last & damage. References. No pets
Private in country 386-497-3016
3BR/2BA BRICK on 6 acres in
Oakhaven S/D $1,500 per mo.
plus sec. w/ 1 yr. lease.
386-755-3155
3BR/2BA Like New Brick Home.
Close to town. $1200 per mo.
Reference & deposit required.
386-758-9275
5 BR! Only $199/mo!
5% down. 20 years at 8% APR.
For listings call
800-366-9783 ext 9478
GOLF COURSE HOME Newly
Rem 3br/2.Sba, with den, garage.
Lease req. $1700/mo 1st, last & sec.
386-754-7233 or 904-339-3776
HOUSE FOR Rent 3BR/2BA full
LR, full DR, and Den. 2 Car garage.
$1200/mo Call after 4:30 Weekdays
anytime weekends 386-365-4755
LARGE COUNTRY 4BR/2BA,
CH/A fenced yard, storage
buildings, some pasture. Providence
area. $900/mo 386-496-2354
NEW 3-BEDRM, 2 bath home in
subdivision for rent; 1 acre
yard/modem suburban comfort
$925/mo. 352-363-0589 June 1


730 Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent
NICE 2BR/1BA HOME CH/A
Five miles South of Lake City,
NO PETS. $500 deposit $600/mo
Please call 386-867-1833

750 Business &
50 Office Rentals
2 RETAIL Spaces for rent.
High traffic area.
Next to Winn Dixie. 780 sq ft or
900 sq ft. 800-342-0135
FOR RENT: Commercial Office
1500sq. ft. Heated/cool. at 838 SW
Hwy 247. $1500/mo Call John at
386-752-7521 or 386-365-7870
Ideal for Doctors & Accountants.
Between 900-1,000 sq ft.
$750 mo + tax.
Call 386-752-9626

790 Vacation Rentals
Horseshoe Beach Gulf Front
2BR House very well decorated w/
Ig waterfront porch, dock, & fish
sink. Avail weekends. $395. or
weekly $895. (352)498-5986 or
386-235-3633

805 Lots for Sale
04513842
MOTIVATED SELLER
Asking $65,000 for .73 ac. in For-
est Country S/D. 386-752-9095

04514197
LOT for Sale-Buildable. 2.69 ac.
New Upscale Subdivision, Lake
City. $95,000. (772)464-6092

FORT WHITE
12+/- 12 acres Buildable lot.
Reduced to $95,000.
Motivated Seller (561)346-1472
SUBDIVISION FOR SALE.
32-1/2 acres sites. LLC, SRWMD,
Plat approved, and streets named.
2 miles from Wal-Greens
Appt only. 386-288-4193

810 Home for Sale
$346/MO! 4BR Hud!
5% down 20 years at 8%APR.
For listings
800-366-9783 ext H411
05515347
Logged Homes
Starting at
$65,500.00
PRESTIGE HOMES
3973 Hwy 90 West
Lake City, FL
386-752-7751
1-800-355-9385

05515366
$500.00 DOWN!
With your'Land
2006 Clearance
And New 2007's
PRESTIGE HOMES
3973 Hwy 90 West
Lake City, FL
386-752-7751
. .1-.800-355-9385


951 Recreational
S Vehicles
33' HOLIDAY RAMBLER
Travel Trailer. Excellent Condition.
Located @ 564 SW Birley Ave.
Lake City.


952 Vans & Sport
5 Util. Vehicles
1968 VW Bus. New tires,
carberator,fuel pump,drag link,
tie rods,brakes.$3,200 OBO.
386-965-1700


Classified Department: 755-5440


810 Home for Sale
05515367

!!WOW!!
2007 3BR/2BA
Delivery & Set up included
$39,995.
PRESTIGE HOMES
3973 Hwy 90 West
Lake City, FL
386-752-7751
1-800-355-9385
3/2 Split plan. 1628 sq ft. or 2/2
w/efficiency apt. All remodeled.
One block from Lake $152,900.
559 Gwen Lake Ave. 386-961-8947
NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES
900 TO 4,000 SQUARE FEET
SINGLE OR 2 STORY
$2,500.00 DOWN! 386-303-1557
3BR/1.5BA HOUSE on 1 acre.
Totally remodeled. Nice neighbor-
hood. $109,900 Owner Financing
possible. Call Bruce 386-965-3470
3br/2ba Country Club S/D. Close
to school. Family rm w/ fireplace,
sprinkler system, tile/carpet. Storm
wdws. $140, 000.00. 386-965-9932
3BR/2BA NEW IN-2006
CREEKSIDE SUBDIVISION.
184 SW LUCY CT $219K CALL
BROKER/OWNER 850-545-5138
3BR/3BA 2200 sq ft .5 acre
Excellent Cond. screened in-ground
pool. 2 car garage detached
workshop. $249K 352-359-6604
4BR/2BA BRICK-HOME
1600 sq ft Partially Remodeled, on
1 acre. Appraised at $141,000
asking $124,500 Owner Financing
Call Bruce 386-965-3470
5BR HOME!
Only $22,500!
Bank foreclosures available now,
for listings 800-366-9783 ext 5736
BANK FORECLOSURE!
3BR/2BA! Only $15,200!
Must Sell, for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7921
COTTAGE ON 1/2 acre Fenced on
3 sides. 1200 sq ft Heart Pine floors!
3/1 easily 3/1 w/o addition qualified
buyers only! $64,700 386-867-1571
820 Farms &
Acreage
05515586
Emanuel CO., GA
48 AC - $2,425/AC
Pond sites, hardwood
bottoms, mature
pine, fronts on two
Co. roads
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com

10 -ACRES NICE PASTURE.
Not on pave Road. North Wellborn
$80,000 Good terms.
478-919-5845 From 5pm -7pm
Owner Financing 5 acres
Tustenuggee Hills Subdivision.
10 min. from Lake City.
Off Tustenuggee Rd. Dry, Cleared
& Fenced 386-454-7170


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820 Farms &
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158 1/2 Ac., MOL 15 mi. N of Lake
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frontage, hardwoods, pasture,
25 ac. planted pines. REDUCED
$5,365/AC. Terms possible.
386-466-5741/386-752-7694
20-40 Ac. Pasture Trees & well.
Columbia County. Call Jane S.
Usher Lic. Real Estate Broker
386-755-3500
3.27 ACRES Frontage on
US 41 2 miles North of
White Springs Post Office $32,000
386-755-2446 or 386-752-2279
ACREAGE. 4 to 20 acre lots.
Owner financing. Low down
payment. Deas Bullard/BKL
Properties. 386-752-4339.
www.landnfl.com
For Sale By Owner with Financing.
4 ac. with lots of trees. 10 miles
west of town. $55,000.
386-935-2301
North Florida
10-350 Acres, paved road
Starting @$6200 per acre
w/Owner financing
386-752-5035 Ext. 1510
A Bar Sales Inc. 7 days 7 - 7
Commercial
830 Property
LARGE HOUSE and 2 lots.
East Baya. Zoned Commercial.
Jane S. Usher Lic. Real Estate
Broker 386-755-3500

940 Trucks
1966 CHEVY Step side w/ spare
truck for parts. Frame restored many
extras 283,327,350 Everything goes
$3000 386-755-2261
CHEVROLET S-10. '02, Chrome,
Diamond Plate tool Box,
Clean! Clean! Clean! Asking
$8,500. Call to SEE! (386)365-7433

950 Cars for Sale
1990 CADILLAC Seville Real
Nice car, loaded, leather good tires,
new battery., minor damage to back
door, 42,000 mi $2000 755-1396
1995 CADILLAC Concourse.
Blue w/ new vinyl roof. 103K mi.
Excellent cond. Well maintained.
$5000. 386-755-4352 or 365-3583
97 HONDA Civic. $700.
Police Impounds/Repos!
, For listings
1-800-366-9813 Ext. A834
CARS FROM $500.00!
Police Impounds available now,
for listings
800-366-9813 ext A760
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FROM THE GARDEN


Don Goode
Phone: 752-5384
dzgoode@ifaos.ufl.edu


Garden

tips for

month

of May

The following
tips and
reminders are
offered for
your gardening
calendar for the month of
May. Happy gardening and
be safe as you enjoy the
outdoors!
Lawn Care: The warm
weather inspires many /
people to turn on the
irrigation sprinklers. It is a
good idea to watch your
grass for signs of water
stress. This is when the
grass blades start to fold
together to conserve water
or when the grass seems
crunchy when you walk on
it. Most of our lawn grasses
can tolerate some water
stress and will revive nicely
when you irrigate or with
the next rainfall. When you
do water the lawn, it is
better to give it about an
inch of water each time.
You can put out a can to
catch the water and
measure the depth. If you
do not have up to one inch
of water in the can, run the
system a little longer. Water
once or twice a week just
enough to maintain the
health of the lawn grass. I
see an increase in fungal
disease problems for the
lawn in those instances'
where water is applied daily.
Flowers and Shrubs:
Watch tender new flowering
plants for damage from
insects, snails or slugs.
Their tender stalks and
leaves are very susceptible
to damage this time of year.
Apply an insecticide
spray or a dusting of
diatomaceous earth to help
get these pests under
control. Watch your shrubs
and trees for scale insects
and spider mites. Use
horticultural oil to help get
these pests under control.
This is also a good time to
take cuttings of your
favorite shrubs to try to
root them. Using a rooting
powder will help improve
your success rate.
Vegetable Garden:
Watch your new tomatoes
for a darkening at the end
away from the stem. This is
called blossom-end rot. It
usually occurs when the
plant is under water stress
combined with a lack of
calcium in the soil. A soil
test may reveal that your
soil pH is low in which case
an application of lime will
help with this problem. If
the pH is OK, an application
of gypsum around the
tomatoes will help supply
calcium. Calcium sprays are
also available from local
garden centers as a
temporary but quick
treatment for blossom-end
rot problems.
Herbs: Many of our herbs
that have hardy roots died
down during the winter but
have put on several inches of
new growth already. Watch
for early bloomers and pinch
S out those blooms to
encourage further leafy
GARDEN continued on 8D


Shaping





into


leather





art


JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Although Ted Jones has received orders from regions like Germany, Italy and Central America, the most notable acquisition of one of his saddles was to former
United States Secretary of State Colin Powell, who received a McClellan saddle decked out with military decorations. Jones' Web site is www.remsfarm.com.

Live Oak man shares 25 years

of saddle-making experience


By JOHNNA PINHOLSTER
jpinholster@lakecityreporter.com

Ted Jones has flown
planes in the Bahamas
and worked as a brick
mason in Canada. He
has lived a life that has
had him nose to nose with a :
bighorn ram in Canada and as a
skywriter in Illinois.
At 79, he classifies himself as
someone "three days older than
the Lord." But that has not stopped
Jones from filling up his time doing
something he loves.
Twenty-five years ago, Jones got
bored and started looking for
something new to occupy his time.
He started building saddles and
has never stopped.
"I had a horse and I wanted to
make my own saddle because I
knew what I wanted," Jones said.
"So I made a McClellan saddle."
A McClellan is a saddle
designed by Gen. George B.
McClellan for the U.S. Cavalry.
The saddle was commissioned in
1859 and used until 1944 when it
was decommissioned. The saddle
is used by endurance riders today,
Jones said.
People began seeing Jones
riding horses with the saddle and
would ask him to repair theirs.
After repairing saddles for
people, Jones began building
McClellan saddles and then, he
said, got bored again. So he
bought a videotape on how to
build western saddles and taught
himself.
Thus began 25 years in the
saddlery business.
Rem's Farm Saddlery is Jones'
shop and the name of his home,
which is located on the outskirts of
Live Oak. Jones and his wife, Lanie,
moved to the area from Miami,
looking for a farm. Jones said his
wife turned to him one day and told
him their Golden Retriever,
Rembrandt, needed a farm.
So they bought one and named
it after the dog, Rem. Jones said


. 'v . -w --l . " - m- w e 2-_ '-7 . m_""
JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Ted Jones, 79, pries an unnecessary nail from the bottom of a McClellan
saddle. McClellans were primarily used for military, while Western saddles
were used for roping and pleasure riding.


the dog lived until he was 15 and is
now buried out behind the house
under a tree.
Jones said he discovered his first
horse while he was driving with his
wife one day in Suwannee County.


"We saw this girl riding
down the road and my wife told
me to pull up beside her," Jones
said. "She asked her if she needed
a place to keep her horse and
she did."


"I had a horse and I
wanted to make my
own saddle because I
knew what I wanted.
So I made a
McClellan saddle."
- Ted Jones,
Saddler who resides in Live Oak .
The girl ended up boarding the
horse on the Jones' property and
eventually sold the animal to Jones.
The paint horse was named
Cochese. After that horse, Jones
bought another one so he and his
daughter, Judith, could ride.
Since then, he has owned horses
and has ridden horses using
McClellan saddles, though his wife
was rather upset when he brought
home a western saddle shortly
after acquiring Cochese.
"She had been a champion
English rider growing up," Jones
said. "So when I brought that
western saddle she looked at me
like 'what are you thinking?'",'
Jones' saddles have been
purchased by people in Germany,
Canada and Central America. He
mostly recently made a McClellan
saddle that was given to former
Secretary of State Colin Powell by
a Buffalo Soldiers group in Tampa.
Powell received the saddle a little
over a month ago, Jones said.
Once he makes a saddle, Jones
said he can recognize it anywhere
at anytime. The saddles are also
stamped, on the leather, with a
mark stating the saddle was made
at Rem's Farm.
Quite a surprise was in store for
Jones when he watched the film
"Dances with Wolves" several
years ago. The saddle Kevin
Costner rides, a McClellan, was
.one Jones had made. The breast
plate was also Jones' creation.
But Jones is quick to point out
JONES continued on 8D


Section D









LAKE CITY REPORTER LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


The LCCC students and graduation 2007


By CHARLES W. HALL
Lake City Community College
president
As hard as it is to believe,
Lake City Community
College's (LCCC) graduation
ceremonies will be held next
Friday, May 4 in the
Conference Center (Howard
Gymnasium) on the LCCC
campus. While this is a time
for celebrating the
accomplishments of our
students, it is also an
important time to reflect on
our students and the paths
pursued to reach their goals.
Therefore, I contacted Logan
Cross, LCCC director of
research, to obtain statistics
to share in this article.
To begin with, it is
important to point out that
last year the college served
over 7,500 students. These
statistics include students
taking credit and noncredit
courses on either a full or
part-time basis. Though the
largest percentage of our
students is female there is a
consistent increase in the
number of males entering the
college. Survey results
indicate that most students
enter the college because of
its convenient location,
academic reputation and its
affordability. While at LCCC,
most of our students pursue
associate in arts degrees that
transfer to other colleges and
universities. A sizeable


percentage
of students
pursue an
associate in
science
degree
which
Hall focuses on
technical
training for a specific
occupation. An equally
important segment of our
students choose to pursue a
certificate that equips them
to enter a particular
profession. Though the
remainder of our students
may be undecided about a
career path, they do see the
value in obtaining a college
education.
Upon graduating from the
college, many of our
graduates are successful in
their subsequent academic
and/or career pursuits. More
specifically, LCCC graduates
who transfer to colleges or
universities tend to be very
successful. Their grade point
average at the receiving
institutions compares very
favorably to the freshman
and sophomores who have
already been attending that
university. The job placement
percentage for occupational
graduates typically exceeds
84 percent. Also of interest to
many students is that the
starting salary for
occupational program
graduates is approximately
$30,000 with a certificate,and


approximately $40,000 for
graduates receiving an
associate in science or an
associate in applied science
degree.
The foregoing underscores
the importance of the
upcoming graduation
ceremony. At that time, we
will be honoring the students
who successfully completed
their degree program since
last year's ceremony. More
specifically, 488 students
graduated during the fall
term and 331 students
applied for graduation this
spring. Thus, the number of
students who will graduate
from the college this year will
probably exceed 800. This is
LCCC's largest graduating
class to date.
Needless to say, Lake City
Conimunity College is very
proud of the superior
teaching and learning
environment provided by its
faculty and staff. The success
of our current and past
students provides evidence
that LCCC is fulfilling its
mission of providing a
high-quality education at an
affordable price.
With all of this in mind, I
encourage you to come to the
graduation ceremonies and
congratulate our graduates. If
you plan on attending, it is
important that you be aware
of changes in the schedule of
events. This year the nurses'
pinning and LCCC


commencement ceremonies
will occur on the same day.
The nurses' pinning
ceremony will begin at 2 p.m.
followed by the
commencement ceremony at
5 p.m. Both events will be
held in the Conference
Center (Howard
Gymnasium). Between the
two events, cookies and
lemonade will be served in
the Pine Square Pavilion.
Consolidating these two
events into one afternoon
allows more nursing students
to attend the general
commencement exercises
and conserves college
resources. The sequence of
events should provide plenty
of time for taking pictures
and socializing with fellow
students, friends and
families.
I hope you will join me in
congratulating these
graduates and their families
for beginning a course of
study and seeing it through
to completion. They are to be
commended for deciding to
better themselves, pursuing a
higher standard of living and
contributing to the
betterment of the community.
Congratulations LCCC
graduates and families, we
send you our best wishes.
1 Hall is the president of
Lake City Community College.
He can be reached via e-mail at
hallc@lakecitycc.edu or by
calling (386) 754-4200.


Laura Ingalls Wilder's 'Little House on


the Prairie' still resonates after 75 years


By MARCUS KABEL
Associated Press
MANSFIELD, Mo. - A nar-
row wooden desk in a corner of
an Ozarks farmhouse has been
known to move visitors to
tears.
Some readers have such
fond memories of the "Little
House" novels about Laura
Ingalls Wilder's frontier child-
ho, QQd.,tt,they cry whexithey,
walk into her Missouri home
and see the desk where she
wrote many of the books.
April marks the 75th
anniversary of the first publica-
tion in 1932 of "Little House in
the Big Woods." The story of
Laura's early life in a cabin in
1860s Wisconsin launched a
nine-book series that made
Wilder a household name,
helped by the hit award-win-
ning TV series "Little House on
the Prairie" that ran on NBC


from 1974-1983.
Embraced from the start by
America's teachers, the books
have been read by or to gener-
ations of elementary school
kids, which has helped to keep
the books in continuous print.
The series,has sold over 41 mil-
lion copies in the United States
and been translated into over
40 languages, from German
and French to Arabic and
,Japanese. -,-'
The white clapboard farm-
house where Laura and her
husband Almonzo spent most
of their adult lives stands on a
hillside among rolling pastures
and woods in the Ozarks of
southern Missouri. The couple
moved here to raise apples and
horses after losing their first
farm in South Dakota and
briefly living in Florida.
Wilder was already famous
in her lifetime and the home
was quickly preserved as a


museum after her death in
1957 at age 90.
"We've had people who've
actually come to tears over it,"
tour guide Rebecca Dierksen
said about the writing desk at
the Laura Ingalls Wilder
Historic Home and Museum,
which gets about 40,000
visitors a year.
'They're just in awe. So
many of them have wanted to
come here for years .and then
they actually walk in the
house."
The 40-acre farm the
Wilders bought in 1894 for
$400 now includes a museum
with artifacts from Laura's col-
lection, including a fiddle her
father played in Laura's stories,
a quilt made by her sister Mary
and handwritten manuscripts
of the books.
Laura Ingalls Wilder spent
over 30 years painstakingly


developing the rocky farm with
her husband before sitting
down to write about her child-
hood on the vanished frontier.
She was in her early 60s when
she attempted her first draft in
1930, a first-person memoir
called "Pioneer Girl."
That roughly 200-page man-
uscript was submitted to pub-
lishers and magazines by
Loura's only surviving child,
Rose Wilder Lane, a successful
writer, journalist and novelist.
The manuscript was turned
down but prompted a publish-
er's suggestion that Laura
rework her stories as a fictional
account for children.
To this day, Wilder enthusi-
asts and scholars debate how
much Rose was responsible for
the content of the Little House
series. An experienced editor
and author, Rose revised her
mother's handwritten manu-
scripts and typed them.


ENGAGEMENTS


Knight - Bennett
Madeline Knight of Denver,
Colo. announces the
engagement and approaching
marriage of her daughter,
Heather Elizabeth Knight of
Live Oak, to Scott Joseph
Bennett of Live Oak, son of
Eileen Bennett and the late
William Bennett of Lake City.
The wedding is planned for
4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at The
Garden Club in Riverside in
Jacksonville.
A reception will follow at The
Garden Club in Riverside in
Jacksonville.
Heather graduated from
West Nassau High School in
1996. She works for Columbia
Bank in Lake City and is a
volunteer with "Women in the
Outdoors" for the NWTF.
Scott graduated from
Columbia High School in 1989


DeSue - Durant
James DeSue and Annie
Bell Thompson of Starke
announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Celena
Paulette DeSue of Stark to
Erick Lamar Durant of Lake
Butler, son of Thomas and
Cathy Durant of Lake Butler.
The wedding is planned for
3 p.m. Saturday, June 23, at
the First Baptist Church of
Lake Butler.
A reception will follow at
Lake Butler Elementary School
Cafeteria.
Celena is a 1998 graduate
of Bradford High School and is
employed by the Alachua
County Sheriff's Office Human
Resource Bureau as a human
resource specialist.
Erick is a 1994 graduate of
Union County High School and


COURTESY PHOTO
Heather Elizabeth Knight and
Scott Joseph Bennett.
and from UCF in Orlando in
1994 with a degree in business.
He is a mortgage loan officer
for Suntrust Bank and is an
active member in Kiwanis,
Columbia County Builders
Association and loves spending
time with his family.


COURTESY PHOTO
Celena Paulette DeSue and
Erick Lamar Durant.
is employed by Lin-Care Inc.
as a senior service
representative.
Family and friends are
invited to attend.


Spradley - Dorsey
David and Joyce Spradley
of Lake City announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Heather Lynn Spradley of Lake
City, to Albert Steven Dorsey
of Gainesville, son of Barry
and Jackie Mathes of
Gainesville.
The wedding is planned for
4 plm. Saturday, June 16, at
Southside Baptist Church.
A reception will follow at the
reception hall of the church.
Heather graduated from
Columbia High School in 2002.
She received her AA from
LCCC in 2003 and will
graduate with a BA in
psychology from Saint Leo
University in May. She is a
pharmacy tech at North Florida
Pharmacy.
Steven graduated from Oak


Starling - Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Brady and
Louise Starling of Mayo, would
like to announce the upcoming
wedding of their daughter, Tracy
Delilah Starling to Cedric David
Perry, son of David and Nancy
Perry of Mayo and Joyce and
Gary King of Lake City.
Tracy is a 1997 graduate of
Lafayette High School and is
currently employed at Private
Home Healthcare in Live Oak.
Cedric is a 1996 graduate of
Lafayette High School and is
currently employed at the
Sheriffs Boys Youth Ranch of
Live Oak as an assistant farm
manager and they will reside in
Suwannee County for the time
being.
The ceremony will take place
at 6 p.m. May 19 at the
Lighthouse Christian Center


COURTESY PHOTO
Heather Lynn Spradley and
Albert Steven Dorsey.
Hall in 1998. He is currently
working on his AA and AS in
studio art and graphic design.
Steven is a graphic artist for
Team Jedi Marketing in Ocala.
Family and friends are
invited to attend.


COURTESY PHOTO
Tracy Delilah Starling and
Cedric David Perry.
Church in Mayo located on
Highway 51.
There will be no showers for
the bride and groom prior to the
wedding. Instead, there will be a
wishing well set up at the
reception for those whom would
like to give a gift.


Tomlin wins second

artist of year award


By JOHN GEROME
Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -
Chris Tomlin was the most
honored artist Wednesday at
the Gospel Music Association's
Dove Awards, winning six tro-
phies, including his second
consecutive artist of the year
award.
Besides the top award,
Tomlin also won male vocalist
for the second year and wor-
ship song of the year for "Holy
is Lord," and was recognized
for his involvement with the
special event album of the year,
"Passion: Everything
Glorious."
Tomlin's current album,
"See the Morning," won two
more awards: pop/contenipo-
rary album and praise and wor-
ship album.
"I never felt like much of a
singer. I just like to lead people
in worship to God," Tomlin
said.
Tomlin led all nominees with
nine. The 34-year-old from
Grand Saline, Texas, is the
most often sung contemporary
Christian artist in the country,
according to the Christian


Copyright Licensing
International.
Aaron Shust was named best
new artist,
and he won-
song and
songwriter'
awards for
S "My Savior,
My God." He
thanked his
Tomlin mother, who
he said let him use the turkey
baster as a microphone when
he was 3 years old.
'Wow. There's so much that
goes into the making of a song,
the making of this song," said
Shust, who was nominated for
five awards. 'There are so
many people that come along.
It's not just me."
Natalie Grant won female
vocalist for the second consec-
utive year.
"In a world that seems to be
moving further and further
from the church, I am not
ashamed of the, word of Jesus
Christ," said Grant, who co-
hosted the show with former
Backstreet Boy and contempo-
rary Christian artist Brian
Littrell and singer Donnie
McClurkin.


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MOVIES


* The Accused (1988,
Drama) Kelly McGillis. A
prosecutor goes after bar
patrons who encouraged
rapists. (2:00) LIFE Thu. 9 p.m.
* Angels in the Outfield
(1951, Comedy) Paul Douglas.
Celestial forces spur the
Pittsburgh Pirates to victory.
'NR' (1:45) TCM Wed. 6:15 p.m.
M Batman Begins (2005,
Action) Christian Bale. Bruce
Wayne becomes Gotham City's
Dark Knight. 'PG-13' (2:20)
MAX Thu. 10 p.m.
* Best in Show (2000,
Comedy) Michael Hitchcock.
The fur flies at a prestigious
Philadelphia dog show. (2:00)
E! Sat. 8 p.m.
* The Big Lebowski (1998,
Comedy) Jeff Bridges. An L.A.
slacker gets caught up in a
wacky kidnapping plot. (2:00) E!
Thu. 8 p.m.
* Black Narcissus (1947,
Drama) Deborah Kerr. Anglican
nuns fight temptation at a
Himalayan mission. 'NR' (1:45)
TCM Sun. 6:15 p.m.
* The Black Stallion (1979,
Adventure) Kelly Reno. A
shipwrecked boy forms a
spiritual bond with a horse. 'G'
(2:00) TCM Mon. 10 p.m.
* The Bourne Identity
(2002, Suspense) Matt Damon.
An amnesiac agent is marked
for death after a botched hit.
(2:30) USA Sun. 6 p.m.
* Capote (2005, Biography)
Philip Seymour Hoffman. Writer
Truman Capote researches a
family's murder. 'R' (2:00)
SHOW Sat. 6 p.m.
* Charlie's Angels (2000,
Action) Cameron Diaz. Three
nubile crimefighters must solve
a kidnapping. (2:00) TNT Sat.
6 p.m.
M Clueless (1995, Comedy)
Alicia Silverstone. Spoiled
Beverly Hills teens careen
through the good life. 'PG-13'
(1:45) HBO Fri. 6:15 p.m.
* Coming to America
(1988, Comedy) Eddie Murphy.
An African prince arrives in New
York to find a bride. (2:30) COM
Sun. 7:30 p.m.
* Crocodile Dundee (1986,
Comedy) Paul Hogan. An
Australian hunting legend
braves the wilds of Manhattan.
(2:00) BRAVO Thu. 7 p.m.
M Dances With Wolves
(1990, Western) Kevin Costner.
A Union officer befriends the
Lakota. (4:00) AMC Tue. 8 p.m.
* Dragon: The Bruce Lee
Story (1993, Biography) Jason
Scott Lee. Based on the life and
career of the martial arts star.
(2:30) AMC Fri. 10 p.m.
M Enter the Dragon (1973,
Adventure) Bruce Lee. A kung
tu expert is sent to infiltrate an
island fortress. (2:00) AMC Fri.
8 p.m.
M Free Willy (1993, Drama)
Jason James Richter. A lonely
MOVIES continued on 5D


SUNDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 29, 2007
TW 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 | 4:30 5:00 | 5:30
WJXT/4 4 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program In the Heat of the Night aN Without a Trace Transitions B]
WUFT/5 5 Fla. Crossroads Capitol Update Broadway: The American Musical cN Broadway: The American Musical Composer Cole Porter. B0 Broadway: The American Musical
WTLV/12 12 National Heads-Up Poker Championship From Las Vegas. (Taped) Bl NHL Hockey: Conference Semifinal Game 2 -- Teams TBA. (Live) g Barbaro: A Nation's Horse (N) B
WCWJ/17 9 'Best Friends' (2005, Suspense) Megan Gallagher, Claudette Mink. ** 'Blank Check' (1994, Comedy) Brian Bonsall, Karen Duffy. ** 'The Real Howard Spitz' (1998) Kelsey Grammer, Amanda Donohoe.
WCJB/20 3 Paid Program NBA Sunday NBA Basketball: Eastern Conference First Round Game 4 -- Chicago Bulls at Miami Heat. INBA Basketball: Western Conference First Round Game 4 -- Suns at Lakers
WAWS/30 10 One on One One on One Scrubs B INASCAR Racing: Nextel Cup -- Aaron's 499. From Tallade a Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala. (Live) 9
WTEV/47 7 Motorcycle Racing: AMA Supercross Auto Racing: American Le Mans Series. From Houston. (Taped) c PGA Golf: EDS Byron Nelson Championship -- Final Round. From Irving, Texas. (Live) cc
A&E 29 Sons, Hollyw. |Sons, Hollyw. Sons, Hollyw. ISons, Hollyw. ISons, Hollyw. Sons, Hollyw. City Confidential |9 American Justice Cop Killers Nc Cold Case Files NE
AMC 60 ***Y, 'Papillon'(1973, Suspense) Steve McQueen, Dustin Hoffman, Victor Jory. **** 'Glory'(1989, Historical Drama) Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington. *** 'Open Range' (2003) N
ANPL 50 Chasing Nature Giraffe (N) Spring Watch USA Wild Kingdom [Ec Wildlife Wars Poachers and black market operators endanger wildlife. The Most Extreme Animal inventors.
BRAVO 65 Work Out 9 Work Out Bl Work Out a~ Shear Genius cc Shear Genius Bc Shear Genius B0
CMTV 63 Top 20 Countdown Comedy Stage Comedy Stage IComedy Stage 2007 CMT Music Awards
CNN 24 Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer a This Week at War |CNN: Special Investigations Unit In the Money c CNN Live Sunday 9 JCNN Live Sunday c
COM 62 *** 'Dogma' (1999) Ben Affleck. *** 'Coming to America' (1988, Comedy) Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, John Amos. cc ** 'Detroit Rock City'(1999) Edward Furlong, Giuseppe Andrews. c9 * 'Joe Dirt'B
DSNY 31 Lilo & Stitch Replacements ** 'Cadet Kelly'(2002) Hilary Duff, Christy Carlson Romano. B Zack & Cody That's So Raven Naturally, Sadie |Phil of the Future Cory in House Cory in House
E! 45 Daily 10 Wknd The Soup 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies
ESPN 35 2007 NFL Draft From New York. (Live) B
ESPN-C. 164 PBA Bowling Streetball |Streetball Streetball S all (N) StreetStreetbalNStreetball (N) Streetball (N) Streetball (N) |Streetball (N) Streetball (N)
ESPN2 36 Cheerleading: UCA All-Star Cheerleading College Softball: Tennessee at LSU. (Live) Cheerleading IndyCar Racing: Kansas Lottery Indy 300. (Live) 99
FAM 30 Sabrina-Witch Sabrina-Witch Sabrina-Witch Sabrina-Witch Gilmore Girls [a Gilmore Girls A-Tisket, A-Tasket Gilmore Girls cc Gilmore Girls Nx
FOOD 51 Everyday Italian Barefoot Cont Nigella Bites (N) Entertaining Giada-Getaway IRoad Tasted Challenge Speed cooking. Bobby Flay |Dinner Imposs. Ace of Cakes |Diner, Drive-In
FOXN 41 Weekend Live Fox News Live Nx Studio B Weekend Fox News Live Nc Big Story Weekend
FSN 56 In Fisherman Ship Shape TV Marlins on Deck MLB Baseball: Florida Marlins at Philadelphia Phillies. From Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. (Live) Chris Myers Best Damn Top 50 Special
GSN 59 Whammy 9a Press Your Luck Love Connection Lingo B |Lingo 9 IChain Reaction Match Game ]Match Game Family Feud Family Feud Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
HALL 72 Diagnosis Murder Swan Song a Columbo A senatorial candidate's campaign manager is murdered. ** t 'Matlock: The Power Brokers' (1987, Drama) Andy Griffith. c 'McBride: The Chameleon Murder'
HGTV 47 What You Get Open House Designing-Sex I Want-Kitchen Decorating Cents |Decorating Cents Mission: Orgnz Mission: Orgnz Design-DimIe |Design-Dime Outdoor Living Expo 2007
INSP 53 Giving Hope Dr. Donald Wilton Bill Purvis Real Christians-Jews Breakthrough cB Uncomp. Word Bishop Jakes Frazier Family Hour The Coral Ridge Hour.9c
ION 57 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program IPaid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program |Paid Program Paid Program IPaid Program
LIFE 32 'Caught in the Act'(2004, Drama) Lauren Holly, Max Martini. IM 'A Life Interrupted'(2007, Docudrama) Lea Thompson. Hc 'Judicial Indiscretion' (2007, Drama) Anne Archer, Michael Shanks. B
NICK 26 Nicktoons TV |Nicktoons TV Nicktoons TV |Nicktoons TV SpongeBob ISpongeBob Jimmy Neutron |Danny Phantom OddParents 'Avatar-Last Air ISpongeBob iAmanda
SCIFI 58 The Triangle (Part 2 of 3) [E The Triangle The team races to prevent a catastrophic disaster. cc ** 'Creature' (1998) Craig T. Nelson, Kim Cattrall. An amphibious monster threatens a scientist and his family.
SPEED 162 NASCAR RaceDay (Live) Rolex Sports Car Series: Virginia International -- Daytona Prototype. (Live) Motorcycle Racing: AMA (Motorcycle Racing: AMA Superbike
SPIKE 28 Xtreme 4x4 Trucks! B Trucks! B 1*** 'Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome' (1985, Science Fiction) Mel Gibson, Tina Turner. *** 'Fight Club' (1999, Suspense) Brad Pitt, Edward Norton.
SUN 37 College Baseball: Florida State at Miami. (Live) Head Coach (N) Flatsmasters Series Flats Class Portraits-Deep
TBN 52 Love Worth |A.R. Bernard |Bishop Evans lit Is Written Bayless Conley IPaula White King Is Coming |Bishop P. Cornerstone cc Rod Parsley Gregory Dickow
TCM 105 **** 'The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance' (1962) James Stewart. BN *** 'Last Train From Gun Hill' (1959) Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn. ***% 'The Elephant Man' (1980) John Hurt, Anthony Hopkins. B9
TDC 38 Mount St. Helens: Forecast Survivorman Ba Survivorman Ba Survivorman cc Deadliest Catch A Tragic Beginning Deadliest Catch A fishing boat sinks.
THC 49 Mega Movers Massive Bridges Titanic's Final Moments: Missing Pieces Further analysis. cc World Trade Center: Rise and Fall of an American Icon cc The Boneyard cc
TLC 48 Trading Spaces cc Home Made Simple Kelli (N) Flip That House cc Flip That House N Fli That House |Broken Homes Flip That House B0
TNT 25 ** 'The Art of War' (2000, Suspense) Wesley Snipes, Anne Archer. c (DVS) * 'Bait' (2000) Jamie Foxx. An investigator uses an unsuspecting petty criminal as bait. *** 'Bad Boys'(1995) B
TOON 55 Class of 3000 |Codename: Kid Camp Lazlo |Camp Lazlo Gym Partner Gym Partner Gym Partner |Gym Partner Gym Partner |Gym Partner Teen Titans Teen Titans
TRAVEL 46 Weddings Away: Cayman Islands Weddings Away: Cayman Islands Hawaii's Best on a Budget . Top Ten Hawaiian Beach Resorts Hawaii FAQ Hawaiian vacations. Girl Meets Hawaii Girl Meets Hawaii
TVL 69 Bonanza Inger, My Love Nc Bonanza Blessed Are They B I Bonanza The Dowry RE Bonanza The Long Night Nc Gunsmoke Pike (Part 1 of 2) B Gunsmoke Pike (Part 2 of 2) N
USA 33 ** 'The Jackal' * * 'Kiss the Girls' (1997, Suspense) Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd, Cary Elwes. * * * 'Primal Fear' (1996) Richard Gere. A hotshot attorney defends an altar boy accused of murder. cc
VH1 54 Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School Springer Hust. JAcceptable TV ,|Hwd Secrets |Best Week Ever Fabulous Life Of... Fabulous Life Of... Billionaires. Celebrity Swag
WGN 16 'MXP: Most Xtreme Primate' (2003) *** 'Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey'(1993) cc .***, 'King Ralph'(1991) John Goodman, Peter O'Toole. c9 America's Funniest Home Videos
WTBS 39 ** 'Jurassic Park II' (2001) ** 'Shanghai Knights'(2003) (PA) Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson. Nm MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves at Colorado Rockies. From Coors Field in Denver. (Subject to Blackout) a
HBO 61i Real Time With Bill Maher N ** 'Kindergarten Cop' (1990, Comedy) Arnold Schwarzenegger. B , * * 'The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift' (2006) I**t 'Necessary Roughness' (1991) Scott Bakula.
MAX 521*** 'Inside Man'(2006) Denzel Washington. N \i***X 'Mystic River'(2003, Crime Drama) Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, Kevin Bacon. N |** 'Star Wars: Episode I- The Phantom Menace'(1999) Liam Neeson.
SHOW 511 ** 'Elizabethtown' (2005) Orlando Bloom, Kirsten Dunst. iTV. B \*** 'Americano' (2005) Joshua Jackson. iTV. |** 'The Man in the Iron Mask' (1998) Leonardo DiCaprio, Jeremy Irons. iTV. c

SUNDAY EVENING APRIL 29, 2007
TW 6:00 6:30. 7:00 I 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 I 11:30
WJXT/4 4 News (N) ] Inside Edition Entertainment Tonight (N) Sc King of Queens King of Queens CSI: Miami Vengeance Nc News (N) c News (N) N Alias Authorized Personnel Only
WUFT/5 5 Broadway: The American Musical Doctor Who IDoctor Who Nature (N) D (DVS) Masterpiece Theatre Bleak House (Part 2 of 6) N (DVS) Keeping Up Being Served
WTLV/12 12 News (N) c NBC News Dateline NBC cc ** 'Along Came Polly'(2004) Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston. cc News (N) a Sports Final
WCWJ/17 9 Fresh Prince Will & Grace 7th Heaven Bc 7th Heaven (N) B9 America's Next Top Model RE The Shield Safe Bc Friends N Friends a
WCJB/20 3 News (N) Wrid News Sun America's Funniest Home Videos Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Desperate Housewives Gossip (N) Brothers & Sisters Bad News (N) News (N) CSI: Miami P
WAWS/30 10 Frasier c] Seinfeld cc King of the Hill (N) Nc The Simpsons (N) The Simpsons Family Guy (N) |American Dad (N) News (N) a |News (N) N Seinfeld The Doll News Sunday
WTEV/47 7 Evening News News (N) 60 Minutes Bc The Amazing Race: All-Stars (N) Cold Case The Good Death (N) Without a Trace One and Only (N) News(N) Stargate Atlantis
A&E 29 Cold Case Files Nc Cold Case Files Nc Bounty Hunter |Bounty Hunter Gene Simmons |Gene Simmons Gene Simmons Gene Simmons Flip This House Nc
AMC 60 *** 'Open Range' (2003, Western) Robert Duvall, Kevin Costner. cc ** X 'Conan the Barbarian' (1982, Adventure) Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Earl Jones. A** 'Commando'(1985) Arnold Schwarzenegger.
ANPL 50 50 Outrageous Animal Facts cc Wild Kingdom Devil Diary B Predator vs. Prey Caribou and Wolves Bc Profiles of Nature Ambush! ax Wild Kingdom Devil Diary ax
BRAVO 65 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Bl Law & Order: Criminal Intent N Law & Order: Criminal Intent B Law & Order: Criminal Intent cc Law & Order: Criminal Intent Na Law & Order: Criminal Intent a
CMTV 63 Music Awards |The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search
CNN 24 Lou Dobbs This Week ]CNN Live Sunday c CNN: Special Investigations Unit Larry King Live CNN Sunday Night CNN: Special Investigations Unit
COM 62 * 'Joe Dirt' (2001) David Spade, Dennis Miller. aE *** 'Coming to America' (1988, Comedy) Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, John Amos. cc Mind of Mencia Reno 9111 (N) South Park Ba Halfway Home
DSNY 31 Zack & Cody |Zack & Cody Hannah Montana Zack & Cody 'Cow Belles'(2006, Comedy) Alyson Michalka, Amanda Michalka. a Phil of the Future Naturally, Sadie Zack & Cody That's So Raven
E! 45 Celebrity Divorces E! News Weekend (N) First Daughters-Hollywood Story Simon Cowell: Hollywood Story Girl Next Door Girl Next Door Hugh Hefner: True Hollywood Story
ESPN 35 SportsCenter (Live) . Baseball Tonight (Live) MLB Baseball: Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals. From Busch Stadium in St. Louis. (Subject to Blackout) (Live) SportsCenter (Live) cc
ESPN-C 164 StreeStreetbal l N(N) St ree tball treetball (N) *** 'Through the Fire' (2005, Documentary). N *** 'Once in a Lifetime' (2006, Documentary)
ESPN2 36 IndyCar Racing NHRA Drag Racing: Summit Racing E(uipment Southern Nationals -- Final Eliminations. From Hampton, Ga. U.S. Poker Championship U.S. Poker Championship
FAM 30 Gilmore Girls Nc Gilmore Girls Say Goodnight, Gracie Gilmore Girls cc Gilmore Girls Nc Gilmore Girls Bc Gilmore Girls The Real Paul Anka
FOOD 51 Kitchens of the Future Gotta Get It |Gotta Get It Emeril Live Chelsea Market. (N) Iron Chef America Morimoto vs. Yeo Challenge Chicken Cook-off. Bobby Flay |Dinner Imposs.
FOXN 41 Fox News Sunday Fox Report Geraldo at Large (Live) cc Hannity's America (Live) War Stories With Oliver North (Live) Geraldo at Large Ba
FSN 56 Beyond the Glory c Poker Superstars Invitational PRIDE Fighting Championships Toughest Cowboy (Taped) Knockouts Around the Track Best Damn Top 50 Special (N)
GSN 59 Super Password ISuper Password Twenty One Nc Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Lingo BE iLingoi Dog Eat Dog ax Weakest Link Nc
HALL 72 'McBride: The Chameleon Murder' Diagnosis Murder Gangland a ** % 'Perry Mason: The Case of the Glass Coffin' (1991, Mystery) B 'Matlock: The Power Brokers' (1987)
HGTV 47 Wknd Warriors Renovation If Walls Could House Hunters Designed to Sell |House Hunters Amazing Log Homes (N) Bought & Sold What's-House? If Walls Could What You Get
INSP 53 Shuttlesworth Turning Point First Baptist It's a New Day In Touch x King Is Coming Calvary Revival Van Impe Pres Manna-Fest Feed-Children Roger Spradlin
ION 57 Battlestar Galactica cc Battlestar Galactica ax **h 'The Getaway'(1994, Drama) Alec Baldwin, Kim Basinger. ION Life Heart of the Matter Live From Liberty
LIFE 32 *** 'Mystic Pizza' (1988) Julia Roberts, Annabeth Gish, Lili Taylor. RE ** 'Jersey Girl' (2004) Ben Affleck, Liv Tyler. Premiere. cc Blood Ties Stone Cold (N) c Grey's Anatomy c0
NICK 26 Ned's School Naked Brothers Drake & Josh (N) |Just Jordan Zoey 101 a |Let's Just Play IThe Cosby Show IThe Cosby Show The Cosby Show IThe Cosby Show The Cosby Show IThe Cosby Show
SCIFI 58 ** 'Creature' (1998) Kim Cattrall * * 'The Poseidon Adventure' (2005, Adventure) Adam Baldwin, Rutger Hauer, Steve Guttenberg. Survivors aboard a capsized ship await their rescue. Painkiller Jane Selective amnesia.
SPEED 162 Motorcycle Racing: AMA Superbike SPEED Report (N) NASCAR Victory Lane (N) Wind Tunnel With Dave Despain |Pinks - All Out Pinks - All Out
SPIKE 28 ** * 'Fight Club' (1999) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation * * 'Die Another Day' (2002) Pierce Brosnan. James Bond and an American spy track a North Korean villain.
SUN 37 Fishing Keys Inshore Fishing Addictive Fishing Florida Sport Sprtsman Adv. Saltwater Journal Fishing the Flats Ship Shape TV Pro Tarpon Tournament |The Bite Pleasure Boater
TBN 52 Bishop Jakes Joyce Meyer Michael Youseff Jack Hayford Joel Osteen Taking Authority Believer's Voice Changing-World Praise the Lord Bx
TCM 105 *** 'Black Narcissus' (1947, Drama) Deborah Kerr, Sabu, David Farrar. * * 'The Ambassador's Daughter' (1956, Comedy) Olivia de Havilland. ** % 'The Spanish Gardener'(1957, Drama) Dirk Bogarde, Jon Whiteley.
TDC 38 Deadliest Catch Pain and Paybacks Deadliest Catch Cheating Death Planet Earth: The Filmmakers Story (N) Planet Earth Seasonal effects. cc Oil, Sweat and Rigs Oklahoma
THC 49 The Boneyard cc Cities of the Underworld ga Countdown to Armageddon cc The Antichrist (Part 1 of 2) B The Antichrist: Zero Hour IN
TLC 48 Flip That House x Flip That House Beverly; Paul cc Little People, Big World c |Little People, Big World c Little People, Big World cc Little People, Big World ax
TNT 25 *** 'Bad Boys'(1995) l NBA Pregame NBA Basketball: Eastern Conference First Round Game 4 -- Raptors at Nets NBA Basketball: First Round -- Mavericks at Warriors
TOON 55 Codenrame: Kid Gym Partner Foster's Home Camp Lazlo Class of 3000 lEd, Edd n Eddy Gym Partner Grim Adventures Futurama c 1 IFuturama B Family Guy o Hungerforce
TRAVEL 46 Girl Meets Hawaii Girl Meets Hawaii Girl Meets Hawaii Girl Meets Hawaii [Millionaire's Hawaii cc Hawaii Do's and Don'ts Nx Top Ten Hawaiian Beaches c Millionaire's Hawaii ax
TVL 69 Gunsmoke Tycoon Nx Gunsmoke Lavery BN Andy Griffith The Jeffersons Andy Griffith |The Jeffersons M*A*S*H IM*A*S*H N Three's Company IThree's Company
USA 33 ** * 'The Bourne Identity' (2002, Suspense) Matt Damon, Franka Potente. cc * * f 'The Bone Collector' (1999, Suspense) Denzel Washington, Angelina Jolie. B Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
VH1 54 Fabulous Life Of... 40 Dumbest Celeb Quotes Ever Celebrity Fit Club Men vs. Women Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School Springer Hust. Celebrity Fit Club
WGN 16 America's Funniest Home Videos Funniest Pets |Funniest Pets American Idol Rewind (N) c Maximum Exposure Ba WGN News Instant Replay Sex and the City Scrubs 9B
WTBS 39 *** 'Sleepy Hollow'(1999) (PA) Johnny Depp, Christina Ricci. cc *** 'The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring'(2001, Fantasy) (PA) Elijah Wood, lan McKellen, Liv Tyler. BR *** 'Signs'
HBO 501 'Necessary R.' 1* * 'The X-Files' (1998, Science Fiction) David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson. E IThe Sopranos Chasing It (N) B Entourage (N) IDe La Hoya 'Fast and Furious-Drift'
MAX 521 ** 'Fever Pitch' (2005) Drew Barrymore, Jimmy Fallon. cc ** % 'Firewall' (2006) Harrison Ford. x |Set: Disturbia *** 'Inside Man' (2006) Denzel Washington, Clive Owen. ax
SHOW 511 *** 'Pretty Woman'(1990) Richard Gere, Julia Roberts. iTV. cc This Am. Life Penn & Teller IDexter (iTV) Victim is alive. cc The Tudors Episode 5 (iTV) (N) IThe Tudors Episode 5 (iTV) B


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4D LAKE CITY REPORTER TV WEEKLY


Channel Lineup 1 EEi@AY M S


2 ........................................... Shop NBC
3 ...............WCJB (ABC) Gainesville (20)
4 ................ WJXT (IND) Jacksonville (4)
5 ...............WUFT (PBS) Gainesville (5)
6 ..................... Community Bulletin Board
7 ..............WTEV (CBS) Jacksonville (47)
8 ...............Lake City Community College
9 ................WCJB (CW) Jacksonville (17)
10 ...........WAWS (FOX) Jacksonville (30)
11 ....................... The Weather Channel
12 ............WTLV (NBC) Jacksonville (12)
13 ..................................................... V C
14 ........ .................... ........... C-SPAN
15 ........................................ TV GUIDE
16 .......................... WGN (IND) Chicago
17 ................................... Special Events
20 ............... .................................. Local
21 ........................................ Information
22 .......................................... Marketplace
23 .................. Home Shopping Network
24 ................................................... CNN
25 ................................................... TNT
26 ....................................... Nickelodeon
27 ................................................... MTV
28 ..................................................S pike
29 .................. ............................. A&E
30 .......... ......................... ABC Family
31 ............................ ......Disney Channel
32 .............................................. Lifetime
33 ..................................... USA Network
34 ...............................................BET
35 ................................................. ESPN
36 .............................................. ESPN 2
37 ......................................... Sun Sports
38 ............................ Discovery Channel
39 ................................................... TBS
40 .................................. Headline News
41 .......................................... Fox News
42 ............................................. MSNBC
43 ............................................... CNBC
44 .......................................... C-SPAN 2
45 ...................................................... E!
46 ........................... The Travel Channel
47 ...................................................HGTV
48 ..............The Learning Channel (TLC)
49 ......................... The History Channel
50 .................................... Animal Planet
51 ......................................Food Network
52 ................................................;.....T B N
53 .................................................. INSP
54 ........................ ..........................VH-1
55 ............................... Cartoon Network
56 ..........................F.. ox Sports Network
57 .... ..........ION
58 .................................... Sci-fi Channel
59 ........................Game Show Network
60 .................................................. AMC
61 ..................... Lifetime Movie Network
62 ................................ Comedy Central
63 ............ Country Music Television
64 ................................... Oxygen
65 .. ............ ................. .Bravo
66 .............WE (Women's Entertainment)
67 ..................................................... FX
68 ................................................. CSS
69 ............................................. TV Land
70 .... ............................................ Fit tv
71 ...........:................... Discovery Health
72 ..............................................Hallmark
73 ............................................. Court TV
74 ...........................................Information
DIGITAL TIER CHANNELS

104 ......................................BET on Jazz
105 ................ Turner Classic Movies
106 ...................................................Style
107 ............. ................... Current
108............................................ Sprout
109 ................................................MTV 2
110 ............................................. Noggin
112 ............................................... FUSE
114 ...................................VH-1 Classics
115 ..............................................TV One
116 ...................................................iife
117 .;.......................... Nickelodeon GAS
119 ............................................Soap Net
120 ..................................................DIY
121 .........................................Fine Living
127 ......................................................G4
128 ....................................... Fox Reality
129 ................................................. GAC
'130 ..............................................URGE
131 ....................................... Nick Toons
133 .......................................Toon Disney
134 ...................................Discovery Kids
135 ........................ he Science Channel
137 ............... Discovery Home & Leisure
138 ................................. Discovery Times
139 .. ..................The Military Channel
140 ...................................BBC America
141 ................................. Bloomberg TV
142 ...................('.....National Geographic
143 ........................................ Biography
144 ......................... History International
145 ................Independent Film Channel
160 ..............................The Golf Channel
162 ..................................Speed Channel
163 .......................................ESPN News
164 ........................ESPN Classic Sports
166 ...............................Outdoor Channel
167 .....................................................V S .
168 .............................Fox Sports Soccer
201 ............. ...............NBC Weather Plus
203 ........................W TEV-DT - CBS
205 ...,........................WAWS-DT - MYN
206 ..............................WTLV-DT- NBC
208..............................WCJB-HD- ABC
209 ..............................WUFT-HD - PBS
210 ..............................WUFT-DT- PBS
211 ...............Florida Knowledge Network
212 .................................WAWS-DT FOX
213 ..............................WCWJ-DT - CW
225 .............................................HBO HD
230 .....................................Showtime HD
250 ...............................................MOJO
251 .................................................MHD
260 ..................................Versus/Golf HD
265...........................................ESPN HD
266 .......................................ESPN 2 HD
275 ........................Discovery HD Theater
276 ..............................................TNT HD


299 .........:....................... Sun Sports HD
370 ........................... Fox Sports Atlantic
371 ........................ Fox Sports Central
372............................... Fox Sports Pacific
379 ........................... Fox Sports Soccer
380 ........................................ ESPNews
381 ...........................The Tennis Channel
386 ............................................ Fuel TV
388 ...... ..................College Sports TV
390 ...............................Outdoor Channel
PREMIUM CHANNELS
401 ...............................................Encore
407 ...........................Fox Movie Channel
408 ..........................................Sundance


TW 6:00 I 6:30 7:00 I 7:30 8:00 I 8:30 1 9:00 9:30 10:00 | 10:30 11:00 11:30
WJXT/4 1 4 News The Morning Show The Morning Show Judge Alex Judge Alex Maury Eye for an Eye Eye for an Eye
WUFT/5 I 5 Body Electric |Mister Rogers Maya & Miguel Arthur Curious George jClifford-Red Dragon Tales Big Big World Sesame Street Caillou Barney & Friends
WTLV/12 12 Good Morning Jacksonville Today Live With Regis and Kelly Martha
WCWJ/17 9 Paid Program IPaid Program Varied Programs |Paid Program TPaid Program jPaid Program Daytime The People's Court Judge Mathis
WCJB/20 3 News Good Morning America The Ellen DeGeneres Show Maury The View
WAWS/30 10 Believer's Voice |Joyce Meyer Michael - Varied Programs |The Cosby Show IThe Cosby Show One on One ISteve Harvey Still Standing Home Improve. Jerry Springer
WTEV/47 7 News The Early Show Matlock Family Feud Family Feud The Price Is Right
A&E 29 Paid Program |Paid Program , The District 124 Crossing Jordan City Confidential American Justice
AMC 60 Varied Programs Movie Varied Programs Movie
ANPL 50 Champion-Wild Champion-Wild Wildlife Journal Really Wild Barking Mad Backyard Habitat jAdoption Tales Animal Miracles Emergency Vets |Emergency Vets
BRAVO 65 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program |Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Varied Programs
CMTV 63 CMT Music CMT Power Picks CMT Music
CNN 24 American Morning |Newsroom
COM 62 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Movie Daily Show Colbert Report Scrubs Scrubs
DSNY 31 Stanley JoJo's Circus The Wiggles Higglytown Little Einsteins Mickey Mouse Handy Manny |Doodlebops Charlie & Lola Koala Brothers The Wiggles Higglytown
E! 45 Bloomberg Television El News The Daily 10 Varied Programs
ESPN 35 SportsCenter SportsCenter |Varied Programs SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter |Varied Programs SportsCenter
ESPN-C 164 Paid Program FPaid Program Varied Programs Billiards PBA Bowling 2003 World Series of Poker NHRA Drag Racing
ESPN2 36 Mike and Mike in the Morning Cold Pizza
FAM 30 Joyce Meyer Varied Programs Family Matters Family Matters Boy Meets World Boy Meets World Home Videos Living the Life The 700 Club Gilmore Girls
FOOD 51 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Varied Programs ISara's Secrets Boy Meets Grill |Varied Programs
FOXN 41 Fox and Friends First Fox and Friends America's Newsroom Fox News Live
FSN 56 Paid Program Varied Programs Final Score Final Score Final Score Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program
GSN 59 Paid Program Paid Program. Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Match Game Body Language Press Your.Luck Blockbusters Password Plus Jeopardy!
HALL 72 Paid Program Paid Program New Morning The Waltons . The Waltons Uttle House on the Prairie Little House on the Prairie
HGTV 47 Paid Program Paid Program Knitty Gritty Creative Juice Gardener's Diary. Painted House Room by Room Room by Room Country Style Across America Across America Dream Drives
INSP 53 Bernard Chaney Varied Programs Gospel Truths Varied Programs Inspiration Today John Hagee Life Today This Is Your Day Joyce Meyer Varied Programs Paula White
ION 57 Varied Programs Paid Program Les Feldick Bible Paid Program Life Today Christians-Jews Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program
LIFE 32 Paid Program Paid Program Daily Workout My Workout The Nanny The Nanny The Golden Girls The Golden Girls Frasier Frasier Will & Grace Will & Grace
NICK 26 Varied Programs Jimmy Neutron Danny Phantom OddParents SpongeBob SpongeBob Go, Diego, Go! Dora the Explorer Blue's Clues Backyardigans Wonder Pets Dora the Explorer
SCIFI 58 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Varied Programs
SPEED 162 Paid Program Paid Program Chop Cut Rebuild Pinks Varied Programs Paid Program |Paid Program
SPIKE 28 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Star Trek: The Next Generation Star Trek: Deep Space Nine World's Wildest Police Videos
SUN 37 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Public Affairs Paid Program Varied Programs
TBN 52 Varied Programs This Is Your Day Bishop Jakes Paula White Varied Programs Joyce Meyer Changing-World |John Hagee IRod Parsley IMarilyn Hickey |Believer's Voice |Varied Programs
TCM 105 Movie Varied Programs Movie Varied Programs
TDC 38 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program |Paid Program IJoyce Meyer Paid Program How It's Made |How It's Made Deadliest Catch |MythBusters
THC 49 Alexander the Great Varied Programs
TLC 48 Magic Bus |Hip Hop Harry Hi-5 |Wilbur Bigfoot Present Peep A Baby Story |Baby Story Bringing-Baby Bringing-Baby A Wedding Story |Little People
TNT 25 Angel Angel Charmed Charmed ER ER
TOON 55 Transformers Cy Pok6mon Ed, Edd n Eddy Codename: Kid Gym Partner Cartoon Cartoons Scooby-Doo Land Before Movie Looney Tunes
TRAVEL 46 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Epicurious Epicurious Varied Programs John Ratzenber Taste of America
TVL 69 Star Trek Happening Sanford and Son All in the Family The Jeffersons Bonanza Green Acres lGreen Acres I Love Lucy I Love Lucy
USA 33 Coach |Coach JAG JAG Walker, Texas Ranger Walker, Texas Ranger Walker, Texas Ranger
VH1 54 Jump Start Varied Programs Fresh Varied Programs
WGN 16 Varied Programs Joyce Meyer Changing-World Believer's Voice Beverly Hillbillies Beverly Hillbillies Matlock Magnum, P.I. Homicide: Life on the Street
WTBS 39 The Cosby Show Drew Carey Saved by the Bell Saved by the Bell Saved by the Bell Saved by the Bell Dawson's Creek Movie'
HBO 501 Movie Varied Programs Movie Varied Programs Movie " Varied Programs
MAX 521 Movie IMovie lVaried Programs Movie Varied Programs IMovie lVaried Programs
SHOW 511 Movie |Varied Programs IMovie Varied Programs IMovie Varied Programs

WEEKDAY AFTERNOONS
TW 12:00 12:30 1:00 I 1:30 2:00 | 2:30 3:00 | 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30
WJXT/4 4 News - Paid Program Maury Dr. Phil Rachael Ray Oprah Winfrey News News
WUFT/5 5 Varied Programs Reading Rainbow Between-Lions Berenstain Bears |Cyberchase Postcards-Buster Big Big World Curious George News
WTLV/12 12 News Be a Millionaire Days of our Lives Passions Montel Williams Be a Millionaire Extra News News
WCWJ/17 9 Cristina's Court Cristina's Court The Tyra Banks Show The 700 Club What I Like |What I Like Reba Reba The Tyra Banks Show
WCJB/20 3 News Be a Millionaire All My Children One Life to Live General Hospital Oprah Wirifrey Be a Millionaire News
WAWS/30 10 Jerry Springer Judge Hatchett Judge Hatchett Judge Lopez Judge Lopez That'70s Show IScrubs Malcolm-Mid. Bernie Mac Bernie Mac King of the Hill
WTEV/47 7 News IThe Young and the Restless Bold, Beautiful As the World Turns Guiding Light Judge Joe Brown Judge Judy News News
A&E 29 Cold Case Files Cold Case Files 24 Crossing Jordan City Confidential American Justice
AMC 60 Movie Varied Programs |Movie Varied Programs IMovie . Varied Programs
ANPL 50 Hero Phoenix Varied Programs |Growing Up... Funniest Animals IFunniest Animals |The Jeff Corwin Experience
BRAVO 65 Varied Programs
CMTV 63 CMT Power Picks . Varied Programs
CNN 24 Your World Today Newsroom The Situation Room
COM 62 Varied Programs Com.-Presents Mad TV Daily Show Colbert Report Mad TV Mad TV Varied Programs |Blue Collar TV IMovie
DSNY 31 Lilo & Stitch Little Mermaid Timon & Pumbaa IBuzz Lightyea I Mr. Whiskers The Proud Family American Drgn Kim Possible Varied Programs
El 45 El News The Daily 10 Varied Programs
ESPN 35 SportsCenter Varied Programs Mike and Mike 1st and 10 Outside the Lines NFL Live lRome-Burning |Around the Horn Interruption
ESPN-C 164 PBA Bowling IStump-Schwab IStump-Schwab Week-Baseball .. Can't Blame Billiards Varied Programs
ESPN2 36 Cold Pizza Varied Programs .
FAM 30 Full House Full House Family Matters Family Matters Step by Step Step by Step Full House Full House Sabrint-Witch .Sabrina-Witch Gilmore Girls
FOOD 51 Barefoot Cont Sandra Lee Home Cooking Everyday Italian Essence-Emeril 30-Minute Meals Entertaining Quick Fix Meals Home Cooking Eve yday Italian � Barefoot Cont ISandra Lee
FOXN 41 Fox News Live ' . The Live Desk Fox News Live .Studio B With Shepard Smith Your World With NeilCavuto The.Big Story With John Gibson
FSN 56 Varied Programs ,,..
GSN 59 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Newlywed Game Love Connection Card Sharks Card Sharks Lingo . |Match Game Super Password ISuper Password Family Feud Family Feud
HALL 72 Touched by an Angel Matlock IMatlock Little House on the Prairie Little House on the Prairie M*A*S*H M*A*S*H
HGTV 47 Varied Programs That's Clever Cash in the Attic Mission: Orgnz Decorating Cents Get Color Design Chall My First Place FreeStyle Design Remix Design-Dime
INSP 53 Varied Programs Paid Program Life Today Varied Programs Paid Program Varied Programs Catholic Mass Varied Programs Discovery Jones Steelroots Varied Programs
ION 57 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program
LIFE 32 Movie Movie The Golden Girls The Golden Girls Still Standing Still Standing
NICK 26 Go, Diego, Go! IBlue's Clues |Backyardigans IMax & Ruby SpongeBob |SpongeBob |Jimmy Neutron |OddParents Avatar-Last Air TEENick SpongeBob IDrake & Josh
SCIFI 58 Varied Programs ]Ripley's Believe It or Not! The X-Files
SPEED 162 Varied Programs Truck U IGuys-Garage Lucas Oil |Varied Programs
SPIKE 28 World's Most Amazing Videos lWorld's Wildest Police Videos Star Trek: The Next Generation Star Trek: The Next Generation Star Trek: Voyager Star Trek: Voyager
SUN 37 Varied Programs .IPaid Program Paid Program Varied Programs
TBN 52 Varied Programs |First to Know �Varied Programs Life Today This Is Your Day The 700 Club John Hage:e Rod Parsley Praise the Lord
TCM 105 Movie Varied Programs __Movie |Varied Programs ,
TDC 38 How It's Made How It's Made A Haunting Varied Programs Deadliest Catch lMythBusters Cash Cab |Cash Cab
THC 49 Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Varied Programs
TLC 48 What Not to Wear Years Younger IYears Younger A Baby Story Bringing-Baby Motherhood |A Baby Story Trading Spaces: Family Take Home Chef Take Home Chef
TNT 25 Judging Amy Judging Amy Law & Order Law & Order _"Charmed Charmed
TOON 55 Bucket-Dinos Krypto-Super Tom & Jerry Camp Lazlo Squirrel Boy Ed, Edd n Eddy IFoster's Home Ben 10 _ Xiaolin Show. Pokemon-Battle |Pokemon
TRAVEL 46 Great Hotels Europe-Brown Globe Trekker Home Search Home Search Varied Programs
TVL 69 Leave-Beaver The Muhsters The Munsters |Addams Family Bonanza Varied Programs Leave-Beaver |Addams Family The Munsters IThe Munsters |Andy Griffith |Andy Griffith
USA 33 Movie Varied Programs Movie . Varied Programs Movie
VH1 54 Varied Programs
WGN 16 Da Vinci's Inquest IWGN News at Noon The Greg Behrendt Show America's Funniest Home Videos The Cosby Show The Cosby Show Moesha Home Improve.
WTBS 39 NewsRadio IThe Cosby Show Steve Harvey Steve Harvey Fresh Prince |Fresh Prince Home Improve. [Home Improve, Yes, Dear Yes, Dear King of Queens King of Queens
HBO i01 Movie Varied Programs Movie Varied Programs
MAX i21 Movie Movie Varied Programs |Movie Varied Programs |Movie Varied Programs
SHOW 511 Movie Movie Varied Programs |Movie Varied Programs Movie

MONDAY EVENING * APRIL 30, 2007
TW 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 , 8:30 9:00 I 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30
WJXTI4 4 News (N) B News (N) ) Entertainment Inside Edition King of Queens Becker BN Dr. Phil Bt . News (N) News (N) [] News (N) RE The Insider (N)
WUFT/5 5 BBC News Business Rpt. The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer Antiques Roadshow (N) It The Mormons Mormon past, science, doctrines. (N) B (DVS) Capitol Update Tavis Smiley (N)
WTLV/12 12 News (N) E NBC News Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy (N) Deal or No Deal (iTV) (N) B Heroes String Theory (N) N The Real Wedding Crashers (N) News (N) B Tonight Show
WCWJ/17 9 Friends a Will & Grace My Wife and Kids According to Jim Hates Chris |All of Us (N) Girlfriends (N) The Game (N) Friends B IMy Wif6 and Kids According to Jim Sex and the City
WCJB/20 3 News (N) ABC WId News Entertainment Inside Edition Dancing With the Stars (Live) BN The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman (N) BN News (N) Nightline (N)
WAWS/30 10 The Simpsons Malcolm-Mid. That '70s Show Seinfeld Bl Drive The Extra Mile (N) B 24 Day 6: 1:00OAM - 2:00AM (N) News (N) Bl News (N) Bt Seinfeld Bl Frasier Bl
WTEV/47 7 News (N) Evening News Judge Judy Every-Raymond How I Met Old Christine Two/Half Men |King of Queens CSI: Mialmi Burned (N) It News (N) Late Show
A&E 29 Cold Case Files Itt Cold Case Files It CSI: Miami Bait B The Sopranos Fortunate Son It The Sopranos Employee of the Month Btt Bounty Hunter
AMC 60 **', 'Conan the Barbarian' (1982, Adventure) Arnold Schwarzenegger. *** 'Misery' (1990) James Caan. A missing injured author has a twisted fan for a nurse. |* 'Lake Placid' (1999, Horror) Bill Pullman. Bl
ANPL 50 The Crocodile Hunter It) The Most Extreme Poison Bc Divine Canine Me or the Dog E-Vet Interns |E-Vet Interns Animal Planet Heroes Phoenix Divine Canine Me or the Dog
BRAVO 65 Inside the Actors Studio cc Inside the Actors Studio B] Inside the Actors Studio Tim Allen. Six Feet Under Life's Too Short Six Feet Under The New Person It Taxi Confessn �
CMTV 63 The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search Crossroads Hank Williams Jr.
CNN 24 Lou Dobbs Tonight BIS The Situation Room Paula Zahn Now B[t Larry King Live B] .Anderson Cooper 360 0a
COM 62 ** 'Major League'(1989) B Scrubs Bl Scrubs Bl Daily Show Colbert Report Chappelle's South Park - Scrubs Bt Scrubs t Daily Show. Colbert Report
DSNY 31 That's So Raven That's So Raven Hannah Montana Zack & Cody 'Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time'(2003) It That's So Raven Life With Derek Phil of the Future Zack & Cody That's So Raven
E!l 45 Child Star Con. The Soup E!News (N) The Daily 10 (N) Dr. 90210 Dr. 90210 Girl Next Door The Soup E! News The Daily 10
ESPN 35 SportsCenter (Live B MLB Baseball: St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Brewers. From Miller Park in Milwaukee. (Subject to Blackout) Baseball Tonight (Live) SportsCenter (Live) at
ESPN-C 164 Stump-Schwab 60 Min.-Classic American Gladiators (N) Boxing: 2001 Manfredy vs. Murphy 2005 World Series of Poker Bt Whio's Number 17 S Bull Riding: PRCA Xtreme. []
ESPN2 36 NASCAR Now (Live) Bt Interruption INFL Live (N) Arena Football: Philadelphia Soul at Chicago Rush. From Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill. (Live) Super Bbwl XLI 360 From Miami. Arm Wrestling
FAM 30 7th Heaven Bt Falcon Beach Tidal (N) B Kyle XY This Is Not a Test IS ** 'A Cinderella Story' (2004) Hilary Duff, Jennifer Coolid e. Bl The 700 Club Itt
FOOD 51 30-Minute Meals |30-Minute Meals Good Eats (Unwrapped Fantasy Weddings (N) Weddings Unwrapped Diner, Drive-In Secret Life of Good Eats $40-a-Day
FOXN 41 Special Report (Live) c The Fox Report With Shepard Smith The O'Reilly Factor (Live) Bt Hannity & Colmes (Live) It On the Record-Van Susteren The O'Reilly Factor
FSN 56 Knockouts Marlins on Deck MLB Baseball: Florida Marlins at New York Mets. From Shea Stadium in Flushing, N.Y. (Live) Knockouts |Final Score Best Damn Sports Show Period
GSN 59 Hollywood Sq. Weakest Link Lingo oa |Lingo t World Series of Blackjack Bt High Stakes Poker Btt High Stakes Poker aB High Stakes Poker Btt
HALL 72 M*A*S*H t M*A*S*H C*A*V'E Walker, Texas Ranger The Reunion Walker, Texas Ran er The Reunion **w 'Matlock: TheInvestigation'(1987, Drama) Andy Griffith. It Diagnosis Murder Out of the Past
HGTV 47 Look What I Did! Offbeat America If Walls Could House Hunters Designed to Sell Buy Me (N) Color Splash (N) Hidden Potential House Hunters Open House Extreme Homes My First Place
INSP 53 Various John Hagee Various Morris Cerullo Breakthrough Ed Young Everyday Woman Life Today Bl This Is Your Day The Gospel Truth Bish. Holcomb Giving Hope
ION 57 Moral Court Btt) Amen Alice Mama's Family Mama's Family Diagnosis Murder Less Than Zero Wonder Years Wonder Years Time Life Paid Program
LIFE 32 Reba Bt Reba The Feud Still Standing Still Standing Reba I Reba Bt * * 'Glass House: The Good Mother'(2006) Anglie Harmon. Premiere. Will & Grace Will & Grace
NICK 26 Ned's School OddParents OddParents Jimmy Neutron SpongeBob Drake & Josh Home Videos (Growing Pains Roseanne B |Roseanne B Fresh Prince Fresh Prince
SCIFI 58 Stargate SG-1 Politics Itt Star Trek: Enterprise Blt Star Trek: Enterprise Stratagem Star Trek: Enterprise Harbinger Star Trek: Enterprise [t ** 'Universal Soldier' (1992)
SPEED 162 Monster Jam Chop Cut Rebuild |Pinks Inside Nextel Cup (N) Road Tour Back in the Day Barrett-Jackson 2007: The Auctions Unique Whips
SPIKE 28 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene investigation Detectives hunt for a serial killer. t (DVS) Whacked Out
SUN , 37 Midnight Magic tln My Words - In My Words Around Track To Be Announced . In My Words iln My Words |Spotlight Poker Superstars


TBN 52 Praise the Lord B IKirk Cameron |Bishop Jakes Behind Scenes |Mark Chironna LJentezen F. |Jesse Duplantis Praise the Lord B9
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TDC 38 How It's Made How It's Made Mega Builders The Big Collider MythBusters Ninjas. BE Oil, Sweat and Rigs Diamond (N) Stunt Junkies ]Stunt Junkies Deadliest Catch Cheating Death
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WGN 16 Home Improve. Funniest Pets America's Funniest Home Videos America's Funniest Home Videos America's Funniest Home Videos WGN News at Nine (N) N Sex and the City |Scrubs at
WTBS 39 Seinfeld B Seinfeld N Every-Raymond Every-Raymond Friends at Friends Ht Friends t |Friends Bl Family Guy Family Guy Funniest Commercials: 2006
HBO 501 ** 'U.S. Marshals' (1998) Tommy Lee Jones. at Fracture-Look Real Time With Bill Maher BR The Sopranos Chasing It a De La Hoya ** 'The Hills Have Eyes' (2006) Aaron Stanford.
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LAKE CITY REPORTER


TV WEEKLY


SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


MOVIES
Continued From Page 3D

boy forms a bond with a captive
killer whale. 'PG' (2:00) TCM
Mon. 8 p.m.

M*The Game (1997,
Suspense) Michael Douglas. A
businessman takes part in an
unusual form of recreation.
(2:30) BRAVO Fri. 8 p.m.,
10:30 p.m.

* Gideon of Scotland Yard
(1958, Drama) Jack Hawkins. A
British detective tackles a
multitude of crimes. 'NR' (2:00)
TCM Thu. 8 p.m.

* Gladiator (2000, Historical
Drama) Russell Crowe. A
fugitive general becomes a
gladiator in ancient Rome.
(3:00) WTBS Sat. 10 p.m.

* In the Line of Fire (1993,
Suspense) Clint Eastwood. A
veteran Secret Service agent
battles a vicious assassin. 'R'
(2:15) SHOW Tue. 6:45 p.m.
0 Independence Day (1996,
Science Fiction) Will Smith.
Earthlings vs. evil aliens in
15-mile-wide ships. (3:00) AMC
Sat. 8 p.m.

* Inside Man (2006,
Suspense) Denzel Washington.
A cop matches wits with a bank
robber. 'R' (2:10) MAX Sun. 10
p.m., Tue. 7:45 p.m.

N Jeremiah Johnson (1972,
Adventure) Robert Redford. A
19th-century adventurer moves
to the Rocky Mountains. (2:30)
AMC Thu. 10 p.m.

* King Kong (2005,
Adventure) Naomi Watts. A
beauty tames a savage beast.
'PG-13' (3:05) MAX Fri. 10 p.m.

* Lackawanna Blues (2005,
Drama) S. Epatha Merkerson. A
woman takes care of a boy and
helps struggling blacks. (1:45)
HBO Thu. 6 p.hm.

E Lonely Are the Brave
(1962, Western) Kirk Douglas.
A sheriff's modern posse
chases a cowboy who has
escaped from jail. 'NR' (2:00)
TCM Tue. 6 p.m.

* The Lord of the Rings:
The Fellowship of the Ring
(2001, Fantasy) Elijah Wood. -
Creatures unite to destroy a
powerful ring and defeat a lord.
(3:45) WTBS Sun. 8 p.m.

* Matchstick Men (2003,
Comedy) Nicolas Cage. A con
man bonds with his daughter
and plans a swindle. 'PG-13'
(2:00) HBO Tue. 6 p.m.

* The Men (1950, Drama)
Marion Brando. A paralyzed war
veteran struggles to adjust. 'NR'
(1:30) TCM Tue. 9:30 p.m.

* Men in Black (1997,
Comedy) Tommy Lee Jones.
Secret agents monitor
extraterrestrial activity on Earth.
(2:00) TNT Fri. 8 p.m., 10 p.m.

N Michael (1996, Drama)
John Travolta. Tabloid
journalists see the light with an
angel's help. (2:00) HALL Fri.
9 p.m.

* Misery (1990, Horror)
James Caan. A missing injured
author has a twisted fan for a
nurse. (2:30) AMC Mon. 8 p.m.

* Mystic Pizza (1988,
Romance-Comedy) Julia
Roberts. Three waitresses cope
with the trials of modern
romance. (2:00) LIFE Sun.
6 p.m.


TV TRIVIA

* Brendan Fraser ("The
Mummy") displayed a talent
for photography at his first
gallery showing in Los
Angeles in 2003.
* Mickey Rooney
("National Velvet") was born
Joe Yule Jr. and made his
first film appearance at age
6.
* Lena Horne ("Stormy
Weather") was the first
black female to have a
performance contract with a
major film studio.
* Parminder Nagra
("ER") trained for two
months to become
proficient enough at soccer
to star in "Bend It Like
Beckham."
* Jeremy Northam
("Gosford Park") replaced
Daniel Day-Lewis in the title
role of "Hamlet" in a
National Theatre
production.
* Mira Sorvino ("At First
Sight") rejected a three-year
contract to act in the soap
opera "Guiding Light."


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TCM 105 Private Screenings: Lauren Bacall Private Screenings Debbie Reynolds. *** 'Gideon of Scotland Yard'(1958, Drama) Jack Hawkins. Premiere. ** 'The File of the Golden Goose' (1969) Yul Brynner, Charles Gray.
TDC 38 How It's Made |How It's Made Survivorman B0 Human Prey B0 Killer Squid to Killer Jellyfish B |Cash Cab 9 ICash Cab [cc]
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A&E 29 Cold Case Files Bo Cold Case Files N' CSI: Miami Extreme o Bounty Hunter Bounty Hunter Driving Force (N) |Driving Force To Be Announced
AMC 60 *** 'The Last Samurai' (2003) Tom Cruise, Ken Watanabe. t9 **** 'Dances With Wolves' (1990, Westem) Kevin Cosiner, Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene. A Union officer befriends the Lakota.
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FSN 56 Chris Myers Marlins on Deck MLB Baseball: Florida Martins at New York Mets. From Shea Stadium in Flushing, N.Y. (Live) Chris Myers Final Score Best Damn Sports Show Period
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HGTV 47 Look What I Did! What's-House? If Walls Could House Hunters Designed to Sell Buy Me Decorating Cents 24 Hour Design House Hunters IBuy Me House Worth? Hidden Potential
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SCIFI 58 Stargate SG-1 o . Stargate SG-1 Sight Unseen to Stargate SG-1 Smoke and Mirrors Stargate SG-1 Paradise Lost 0 ECW (Live) Painkiller Jane Selective amnesia.
SPEED 162 Monster Jam Chop Cut Rebuild Pinks Am. Thunder |NOPI Tunervision Super Bikes! IEpic Ride V-Twin TV |Motocross Files Unique Whips
SPIKE 28 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation UFC Unleashed |Bullrun (N) The Ultimate Fighter
SUN 37 In My Words I|n My Words 2 Xtreem Around Track NASCAR Classics College Baseball: FSU at Miami
TBN 52 Praise the Lord o Dr. Carl Baugh Jordan Rubin Behind Scenes |Joyce Meyer [John Hagee . Bill Gaither E | Praise the Lord 9E
TCM 105 *** 'Lonely Are the Brave' (1962) Kirk Douglas, Gena Rowlands. Brando Profile of the actor. (N) (Part 1 of 2) **** 'The Men' (1950, Drama) Marlon Brando. to Brarido Profile of the actor.
TDC 38 How It's Made IHow It's Made Deadliest Catch Pain and Paybacks Deadliest Catch Cheating Death Deadliest Catch (N) Rogue Nature Elephants (N) MythBusters Ninjas. N0
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TRAVEL 46 World's Best Places to Pig Out Food Wars: Barbecue B0 Taste of America Taste of America Made in America Made in America Alaska: Walk on the Wild Side Taste of America Taste of America
TVL 69 Little House on the Prairie t Andy Griffith |Andy Griffith Good Times Good Times Sanford and Son Sanford and Son M*A*S*H B IM*A*S*H t MoA*S*H M*A*S*H E
USA 33 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Law & Order: Criminal Intent t9 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit **' 'Patch Adams' (1999) Robin Williams, Daniel London. Law & Order: Criminal Intent 9E
VH1 54 Celebrity Fit Club Men vs. Women Flavor of Love |Flavor of Love Girls: Clarm School Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School Springer Hust. Hwd Blackmail
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COM 62 ** 'If Lucy Fer (1996) E Scrubs N Scrubs B Daily Show IColbert Report Chappelle's South Park t South Park ta Halfway Home Daily Show Colbert Report
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ESPN 35 SportsCenter (Live) 0MLB Baseball: Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves. From Turner Field in Atlanta. (Subject to Blackout) E Baseball Tonight SportsCenter (Live) cc
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FOOD 51 30-Minute Meals 30-Minute Meals Good Eats Peas. Unwrapped Challenge (N) Challenge Cake artists compete. Good Eats Dinner Imposs. Good Eats ITasty Travels
FOXN - 41 Special Report (Live) 0- The Fox Report With Shepard Smith The O'Reilly Factor (Live) c Hannity & Colmes (Live) On the Record-Van Susteren T -.T' The O'Reilly Factor
FSN 56 Poker 7- Learn Ship Shape TV MLB Baseball: Minnesota Twins atTan pa Bay Devil Rays. From Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. (Live) .. Poker -Learn Final Score :, est Damn Sports Show Period
GSN 59 Hollywood Sq. Weakest Link Lingo B0 Lingo 0 Weakest Link Eo Dog Eat Dog t Chain Reaction Chain Reaction Family Feud IFamily Feud
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HGTV 47 Look What I Did! Rezoned If Walls Could House Hunters Designed to Sell Buy Me ' Design-Dime Get Out Way Out House Hunters House Worth? Junk Brothers (N) Hammered
INSP 53 Giving Hope John Hagee Feed-Children Morris Cerullo Breakthrough Zola Levitt Pr. Inspiration Today Life Today 0E This Is Your Day The Gospel Truth Christians-Jews Wisdom Keys
ION 57 Moral Court B0 Amen Alice The Bundle Mama's Family Mama's Family Diagnosis Murder Sins of the Father Wonder Years Wonder Years Time Life- Paid Program
LIFE 32 Reba E Reba B Still Standing Still Standing Reba B Reba B 'Intimate Stranger' (2006) Kari Matchett. A man stalks his former girlfriend. Will & Grace Will & Grace
NICK 26 Ned's School O OddParent sddParents Jimmy Neutron SpongeBob Drake & Josh Full House [o Growing Pains Roseanneg o Roseanne 9 Fresh Prince Fresh Prince
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TDC 38 How It's Made How it's Made How It's Made |How It's Made Hazard Pay Pyrotechnician. (N) MythBusters Concrete Glider E9 MythBusters Killer Brace Position Dirty Jobs Water snakes. t9
THC 49 Modern Marvels Pirate Tech t Modern Marvels Leather N Modern Marvels Dredging B Modern Marvels Commercial Fishing Modern Marvels Deep Sea Salvage Mega Movers Giant Structures
TLC 48 Property Ladder B0 Shalom in the Home The Lattanzios Untold Stories of the E.R. B0 Inside Brookhaven Obesity Clinic Mystery Diagnosis MI Untold Stories of the E.R. N
TNT 25 Without a Trace Suspect B NBA Basketball: First Round -- Teams TBA. (Live) N0 NBA Basketball: First Round -- Teams TBA. (Live) N
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TRAVEL 46 National Parks Grand Canyon. B Inside Grand Teton National Park Cash-Treasures Cash-Treasures World Poker Tour From Paris, France. (N) Cash-Treasures Cash-Treasures
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VH1 54 100 Greatest Teen Stars Hour 2 100 Greatest Teen Stars Hour 3 100 Greatest Teen Stars Hour 4. 100 Greatest Teen Stars Hour 5 Celebrity Fit Club Men vs. Women Kid Star Parents Exposed
WGN 16 Home Improve. Funniest Pets America's Funniest Home Videos Home Improve. Home Improve. Becker tE Becker I WGN News at Nine (N) 0 Sex and the City Scrubs N
WTBS 39 Seinfeld . Seinfeld Every-Raymond Every-Raymond Every-Raymond Every-Raymond Every-Raymond Every-Raymond King of Queens |King of Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld
HBO 501 ** 'The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift' (2006) *h 'Just My Luck' (2006) Lindsay Lohan. 9 Bury My Heart Entourage EN Real Time With Bill Maher B The Sopranos Chasing It E
MAX 521 **'* 'Passenger 57' (1992) Wesley Snipes. B0 **t 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves' (1991) Kevin Costner, Morgan Freeman. to ** 'Phat Girlz' (2006, Comedy) Mo'Ni ue. B9 Erotic Traveler
SHOW 511 **k 'Elizabethtown'(2005) Orlando Bloom. iTV. This Am. Life |The Tudors Episode 5 (iTV) 0 |I** 'Beauty Shop'(2005, Comedy) Queen Latifah. iTV. NB Penn & Teller This Am. Life

THURSDAY EVENING MAY 3, 2007
TW 6:00 6:30. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 | 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30
WJXT/4 4 News (N) Nc News (N) tN Entertainment Inside Edition King of Queens Becker 0 Dr. Phil N . News (N) 9 News (N) E News (N) 9 The Insider (N)
WUFTI/5 5 BBC News - Business Rpt. The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer (N) North Florida Antiques Road The This Old House Hour B Rat Pack: A Conference of Cool Capitol Update . Tavis Smiley (N)
WTLV/12 12 News (N) N NBC News Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N) My Name Is Earl The Office Someone flashes Phyllis. IScrubs (N) E ER I Don't (N) 0 News (N) B Tonight Show
WCWJ/17 9 Friends B0 Will & Grace My Wife and Kids According to Jim Smallville Noir (N) B Supernatural (N) N 0Friends [ My Wife and Kids According to Jim Sex and the City
WCJB/20 3 News (N). ABC WId News Entertainment Inside Edition Ugly Betty Secretaries Day (N) B Grey's Anatomy The Other Side of This Life (N) t News (N) Nightline (N)
WAWS/30 10 The Simpsons Malcolm-Mid. That '70s Show Seinfeld E Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Trading Spouses: Meet-Mommy N News (N) News(N) Seinfeld 0 Frasier B
WTEV/47 7 News (N) Evening News Judge Judy Every-Raymond Survivor: Fiji (N) E CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (N) Shark (Season Finale) (N) 0 News (N) Late Show
A&E 29 Cold Case Files Unique tattoo. Cold Case Files Lady in the Box CSI: Miami Witness.to Murder B The First 48 Fool for Love; Dumped Deceiving Innocence Detroit SWAT tE
AMC 60 **t 'The Quick and the Dead' (1995) Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman. ** 'Death Hunt'(1981, Adventure) Charles Bronson, Lee Marvin. Bo *** 'Jeremiah Johnson' (1972, Adventure) Robert Redford, Will Geer.
ANPL 50 The Crocodile Hunter B The Most Extreme Outrageous Flirts Spring Watch USA (N) Predator vs. Prey Animal Planet Heroes Phoenix Spring Watch USA
BRAVO 65 Shear Genius to *** 'Crocodile Dundee' (1986) Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski. B0 Work Out to Work Out B0 The Real Wedding Crashers B
CMTV 63 Top 20 Countdown (N) Dukes of Hazzard Carnival of Thrills *** 'Pure Country' (1992, Drama) George Strait, Lesley Ann Warren, Isabel Glasser. |Greatest Moments George Strait Sexiest Men
CNN 24 Lou Dobbs Tonight B0 The Situation Room Paula Zahn Now B0 Larry King Live to Anderson Cooper 360 0
COM 62 ., 'Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde' Scrubs El Scrubs B Daily Show |Colbert Report Chappelle's |South Park t South Park E David Spade Daily Show Colbert Report
DSNY 31 Zack & Cody That's So Raven Hannah Montana Zack & Cody *'Jt 'Model Behavior' (2000) Maggie Lawson, Justin Timberlake. to Life With Derek Phil of the Future Zack & Cody That's So Raven
El 45 THS Investigates: Women Who Kill E! News (N) . The Daily 10 (N) *** 'The Big Lebowski' (1998, Comedy) Jeff Bridges, John Goodman. Katie & Peter Katie & Peter El News The Daily 10
ESPN 35 SportsCenter (Live) El NFL Live B Contender Challenge Contender Challenge Baseball Tonight (Live) SportsCenter (Live) to
ESPN-C 164 Stump-Schwab Kickboxing: ISKA American Gladiators (N) Boxing: 1990 Nelson vs. Whitaker 2005 World Series of Poker B Can't Blame Can't Blame Bull Riding: PRCA Xtreme, Bl
ESPN2 36 College Volleyball MLS Soccer: New England Revolution at D.C. United. (Live) t Billiards: Skins Champ. Final Billiards: 9-Ball Semifinals Billiards: 9-Ball Finals
FAM 30 7th Heaven Stand Up B Smallville Slumber to ** 'Raise Your Voice' (2004, Drama) Hilary Duff, Oliver James, David Keith. B Whose Line? The 700 Club to
FOOD 51 30-Minute Meals 30-Minute Meals Good Eats |Unwrapped Gotta Get it IGotta Get It:Gifts Secret Life of |BobbyFlay Bo FlaFlay Ace of Cakes Iron Chef America Morimoto vs. Yeo
FOXN 41 Special Report (Live) B The Fox Report With Shepard Smith The O'Reilly Factor (Live) B Hannity & Colmes (Live) B On the Record-Van Susteren The O'Reilly Factor
FSN 56 Best Damn 50 Inside the Rays MLB Baseball: Minnesota Twins at Tam pa Bay Devil Rays. From Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. (Live) Best Damn 50 Final Score Best Damn Top 50 Athletes (Live)
GSN 59 Hollywood Sq. Weakest Link Lingo B |Lingo 0 Weakest Link tE High Stakes Poker to Chain Reaction Chain Reaction Family Feud (Family Feud
HALL 72 M*A*S'H B M*A*S*H E Walker, Texas Ranger Mustangs Walker, Texas Ranger B0 'Sacrifices of the Heart'(2007, Drama) Melissa Gilbert, Cyril O'Reilly. B 'The Last Brickmaker in America'
HGTV 47 Look What I Did! Small Space If Walls Could House Hunters Designed to Sell Buy Me Divine Design (N) Landscapers House Hunters House Hunters Over Your Head Don't Sweat It
INSP 53 Paid Program John Hagee Christians-Jews Morris Cerullo Breakthrough Love a Child Inspiration Today Life Today E This Is Your Day The Gospel Truth Feed-Children Paid Program
ION 57 Moral Court 00 Amen Alice Mama's Family Mama's Family Diagnosis Murder You Bet Your Life Wonder Years Wonder Years Time Life Paid Program
LIFE 32 Reba The Will Reba B] Still Standing Still Standing Reba Bl Reba B *** 'The Accused' (1988, Drama) Kelly McGillis, Jodie Foster. B] Will & Grace Will & Grace
NICK 26 Ned's School OddParents OddParents Jimmy Neutron SpongeBob Drake & Josh Full House t |Growing Pains |Roseanne B |Roseanne B Fresh Prince Fresh Prince
SCIFI 58 Stargate SG-1 In the Line of Duty 'Komodo vs. Cobra' (2005, Horror) Michael Pard, Michelle Borth. to 'Lake Placid 2' (2007, Horror) John Schneider, Sam McMurray. ** 'Deadly Swarm' (2003)c j
SPEED 162 Monster Jam Chop Cut Rebuild |Pinks Road Tour Road Tour Redline TV Muscle Car Test Drive |Car Crazy Unique Whips
SPIKE 28 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigaition TNA Wrestling Impact! to The Ultimate Fighter (N) UFC Unleashed_


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LAKE CITY REPORTER


TV WEEKLY


SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


Page Editor: Chris Bednar, 754-0404


MOVIE BITES

Sunday

Mystic Pizza
* Back in the days before she
was an iconic movie star, Julia
Roberts was still capable of
surprising audiences, as she
does in this still-fresh 1988
comedy-drama set in the title
Connecticut pizza palace, where
a close-knit crew of waitresses
shares romantic dreams and
nightmares. Annabeth Gish, Lili
Taylor and Adam Storke also
star. 6 p.m. on LIFE

Along Came Polly
* Reuben (Ben Stiller) is an
uptight insurance analyst whose
wife (Debra Messing) cheats on
him during their honeymoon.
Persuaded by friends to get
back out into the dating scene,
he meets a former schoolmate
(Jennifer Aniston), whose
free-spirited, disorganized style
virtually screams, "Not your
type, Reuben!" Nevertheless, he
finds himself falling for her.
Hank Azaria also stars in this
2004 charmer. 9 p.m. on NBC

Monday

The Black Stallion
* This breathtaking
adaptation of Walter Farley's
classic novel takes the famous
yarn of a young boy who is
paired with a handsome stallion
following a shipwreck and
translates it into some of the
most glowingly beautiful images
ever committed to film. Kelly
Reno, Teri Garr and an
Oscar-nominated Mickey
Rooney star. 10 p.m. on TCM

Wednesday

The Quick and the Dead
* This 1995 Western could
easily be called 'The Good, the
Bad and the Gorgeous" as the
macho genre gets in touch with
its feminine side - sort of -
with its hottie lead. Sharon
Stone stars as a lone gunslinger
with a grudge, who gets
involved in a quick-draw
competition headed up by a
man named Herod (Gene
Hackman). Herod thinks he runs
the town, and a cocky young
thing!, (Leonardo DiCaprio): ,.'. -.
thinks that Herod is his dad. 8 .
p.m.'on AMC

The Wild One
* "What're you rebelling
against, Johnny?" "Whaddya
got?" One of many Marion
Brando films airing this week in
conjunction with the channel's
tribute to the actor, this 1954
drama gave him one of his most
memorable roles. His Johnny is
the leader of an outlaw
motorcycle gang whose antics,
by today's standards, are more
mischievous than dangerous -
until a rival gang shows up in
the same small town, and the
locals get riled. Lee Marvin also
stars. 9:30 p.m. on TCM

Friday

The Nutty Professor
* Eddie Murphy's 1996
remake has its moments, but
Jerry Lewis' 1963 version
remains the definitive
"Professor." Lewis co-wrote,
directed and starred in the tale
of shy nerd Julius Kelp,
transformed by a potion of his
own invention into the suave but
obnoxious Buddy Love.
Frequent Lewis co-stars Del
Moore, Kathleen Freeman and
Buddy Lester also star, with
Stella Stevens as the object of
Julius' affection. 8 p.m. on TCM

The Professional
* A plant and Natalie
Portman with hair. Luc Besson,
the French filmmaker who
scored with "La Femme Nikita,"
again concentrates on covert
criminal activities with this
effective 1994 hybrid of genres.
Jean Reno stars as a killer who
alters his modus operandi when
a young neighbor (Portman)
becomes his companion
following her parents' deaths.
Gary Oldman co-stars as a
corrupt cop. 8 p.m. on MAX


Saturday

Teenage Mutant
Ninja Turtles
* Cowabunga, dude! The
CGI-heavy remake is fun, but
-for cheesy goodness there's
nothing like the 1990 live-action
original. Josh Pais, Michelan
Sisti, Leif Tolden and David
Forman don the turtle suits to
go into battle against the evil
Shredder (James Saito). Judith
Hoag co-stars as TV news
reporter April O'Neil. 8 p.m. on
FAM


FRIDAY EVENING


MAY 4, 2007


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WJXT/4 4 News (N) E News (N) S Entertainment Inside Edition King of Queens Becker S Dr. Phil R News (N) E News (N) e News (N)[ The Insider (N)
WUFT/5 5 BBC News Business Rpt. The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer (N) Wash. Week NOW (N) 9e Bill Moyers' Journal E Windsor Castle: A Royal Year Xe Capitol Update Tavis Smiley (N)
WTLV/1" 12 News (N) S NBC News Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N) Dateline NBC NE Law & Order Captive (N) E News (N) Se Tonight Show
WCWJ/17 9 Friends e Will & Grace My Wife and Kids According to Jim WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (N) ge Friends e IMy Wife and Kids According to Jim Sex and the City
WCJB/20 3 News (N) ABC Wid News Entertainment Inside Edition Grey's Anatomy The Other Side of This Life Se 20/20 Se News (N) Nightline (N)
WAWS/30 110 The Simpsons Malcolm-Mid. That '70s Show Seinfeld RS House Distractions (PA) Se Bones The Man in the Bear 0S News (N) SB |News (N) S Seinfeld Be Frasier S
WTEVI47 7 News (N) Evening News Judge Judy Every-Raymond Ghost Whisperer The Prophet (N) Close to Home Fall From Grace (N) NUMB3RS Under Pressure (N) S News (N) Late Show
A&E 29 Cold Case Files ac Cold Case Files B CSI: Miami Blood Moon BE CSI: Miami Slow Bum SE Intervention Tim N Intervention Jacob abuses drugs.
AMC 60 ** 'Death Hunt' (1981, Adventure) Chardes Bronson, Lee Marvin. B *** 'Enter the Dragon' (1973, Adventure) Bruce Lee, John Saxon. *** 'Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story' (1993, Biography) Jason Scott Lee.
ANPL 50 The Crocodile Hunter 9e The Planet's Funniest Animals (N) Divine Canine |Me or the Dog |Growing Up... Black Leopard sa Animal Planet Heroes Phoenix fThe Planet's Funniest Animals
BRAVO 65 The Real Wedding Crashers Ne Inside the Actors Studio 9a *** 'The Game' (1997) Michael Douglas. Premiere. A businessman takes part in an unusual form of recreation. *** 'The Game'(1997) RE

CNN 24 Lou Dobbs Tonight B The Situation Room Paula Zahn Now E Larry King Live B Anderson Cooper 360 9
COM 62 *** 'Nurse Betty'(2000) 9 Scrubs B9 Scrubs S Daily Show Colbert Report Chappelle's |Mind of Mencia Com.-Presents Com.-Presents Alex Reymundo's Hick-Spanic: Live
DSNY 31 Life With Derek IThat's So Raven Hannah Montana Zack & Cody Hannah Montana Cory in House High School Musical: The Concert Zack & Cody Zack & Cody Zack & Cody That's So Raven
E! 45 Saturday Night Live B IE! News (N) The Daily 10 (N) Women of Sex and the City: The E! True Hollywood Story B IThe Soup (N) Girl Next Door E! News IThe Daily 10
ESPN 35 SportsCenter (Live) S NBA NBA Basketball: First Round Game 6 -- Teams TBA. (Live) Bl NBA Basketball: First Round Game 6 -- Teams TBA.
ESPN-C 64 Stump-Schwab Streetball 9 American Gladiators (N) Boxing |Boxing |Boxing SportsCentury |Bull Riding: PRCA Xtreme. E l
ESPN2 36 NASCAR Now (Live) N NASCAR Countdown (Live) NASCAR Racing: Busch Series -- Circuit City 250. (Live) NBA Basketball: First Round Game 6 -- Teams TBA.
FAM 30 7th Heaven High Anxiety IN Smallville Perry e ** 'Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed' (2004) Freddie Prinze Jr. e Whose Line? Whose Line? The 700 Club Sm
FOOD 51 30-Minute Meals |30-Minute Meals Good Eats (Unwrapped Paula Deen's Wedding Disney Fairytale Weddings Paula's Party Four-cheese souffle. Good Eats 1$40-a-Day
FOXN 41 Special Report (Live) B The Fox Report With Shepard Smith The O'Reilly Factor (Live) e Hannity & Colmes (Live) B On the Record-Van Susteren The O'Reilly Factor
FSN 56 Baseball Report Marlins on Deck MLB Baseball: San Diego Padres at Florida Marlins. From Dolphin Stadium in Miami. (Live) Around the Track Final Score International Fight League
GSN 59 Hollywood Sq. Weakest Link Lingo e |Lingo Se Greed Be Dog Eat Dog Se Chain Reaction Chain Reaction Family Feud |Family Feud
HALL 72 M'A*S*H M*A*S*H 9 Walker, Texas Ran er Ne Walker, Texas Ranger N **** 'Michael' (1996, Drama) John Travolta, Andie MacDowell. ** 'Hearts in Atlantis' (2001) Se
HGTV 47 Look What I Didl Extreme Homes If Walls Could House Hunters Designed to Sell Buy Me 24 Hour Design Curb Appeal (N) House Hunters House Hunters Parents House FreeStyle (N)
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ION 57 Moral Court Ne Amen Alice Mama's Family Mama's Family Diagnosis Murder Bachelor Fathers Wonder Years Wonder Years Time'Life IPaid Program
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NICK 26 Ned's School OddParents OddParents Jimmy Neutron Nicktoons TV Nicktoons TV Nicktoons TV INicktoons TV Full House Be [Growing Pains Fresh Prince Fresh Prince
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SPEED 162 NASCAR Racing: Nextel Cup Qualifying |Pinks Forza Motorsport Showdown Forza Motorsport Showdown Forza Motorsport Showdown Forza Motorsport Showdown
SPIKE 28 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 4x4 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation UFC Fight Night
SUN 37 Under the Lights (N) College Baseball: Florida State at Maryland. (Live) SEC TV (N) |TBA |The Bite |Around Track
TBN 52 Praise the Lord S Secrets of Bible ]Primary Focus Behind Scenes jHal Lindsey |Joel Osteen Frederick Price Praise the Lord Be
TCM 105 ** 'Paris When It Sizzles' (1964) William Holden, Audrey Hepburn. BN *** 'The Nutty Professor' (1963) Jerry Lewis, Stella Stevens. � **% 'The Ladies'Man' (1961, Comedy) Jerry Lewis, Helen Traubel.
TDC 38 How It's Made |How It's Made I Shouldn't Be Alive NO Rogue Nature Elephants (Man vs. Wild Kenya. B9 Deadliest Catch IStunt Junkies IStunt Junkies
THC 49 Night of the Long Knives Be Modern Marvels Super Guns Ne Julius Caesar's Greatest Battle Dogfights German battleship. Be Cities of the Underworld NE Mail Call (N) e
TLC 48 Property Ladder Be Take Home Chef |Take Home Chef What Not to Underwear Underwear. What Not to Wear Sarah D. B9 What Not to Wear Jennifer N. Bl What Not to Wear Sarah D. B .
TNT 25 Law & Order Phobia a (DVS) Law & Order House Calls *** 'Men in Black' (1997, Comedy) Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith. NE *** 'Men in Black' (1997, Comedy) Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith. Bl
TOON 55 Foster's Home IFoster's Home Foster's Home |Grim Adventures Ed, Edd n Eddy |Class of 3000 Courage-Dog ICamp Lazlo Foster's Home IFoster's Home Foster's Home | Foster's Home
TRAVEL 46 Millionaire's Hawaii Be Best of Hawaii Se America's Favorite Haunted Places America's Haunted Houses s Most Haunted Bc America's Favorite Haunted Places
TVL 69 Little House on the Prairie Bl Andy Griffith jAndy Griffith Andy Griffith . Andy Griffith Good Times IGood Times ** 'National Lampoon's Vacation' (1983) Chevy Chase. Premiere.
USA 33 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Ne Law & Order: Criminal Intent sa Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Monk N IHouse Bl
VH1 54 Hogan Knows Hogan Knows Springer Hust. i*** 'Private Parts' (1097, Biography) Howard Stern, Robin Quivers, Mary McCormack. Acceptable TV [Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School |Acceptable TV
WGN 16 Home Improve. Funniest Pets America's Funniest Home Videos **%i 'Rambo II' (1988) Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna. ae MLB Baseball: Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
WTBS 39 Seinfeld . ISeinfeld9 Every-Raymond |MLB Baseball: Los Angeles Dodgers at Atlanta Braves. From Turner Field in Atlanta. (Subject to Blackout) Be Every-Raymond **li 'Corrina, Corrina' (1994)
HBO 01 *** 'Clueless' (1995, Comedy) Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash. NE De La Hoya IDe La Hoya IDe La Hoya IDe La Hoya Entourage Bl Entourage sa Real Time With Bill Maher Bl
MAX 521 *** 'Alien 3' 1**X 'The Transporter2' (2005) Jason Statham. 1** 'The Professional' (1994) Jean Reno, Gary Oldman. cc [***! 'King Kong'(2005, Adventure) Naomi Watts, Jack Black. B9
SHOW 511 * 'Diary of a Mad Black Woman' ** 'Yours, Mine & Ours' (2005) Dennis Quaid: 9 |Tudors: Style |The Tudors Episode 5 (iTV) e Penn & Teller IPenn & Teller |Boxing: Chambers vs. Guinn

SATURDAY AFTERNOON MAY 5, 2007
TW 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30
WJXT/4 4 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Real Estate Now Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Steel Dreams NASCAR Angels Without a Trace Second Sight BE
WUFTI5 5 Julia's Kitchen Victory Garden Hometime This Old House Ask This Old Yankee Shop Steves Europe Tales-Palaces Nova Newton's Dark Secrets A Royal Family e
WTLV/12 12 Jane-Dragon Jacob Two Two Paid Program Paid Program NHL Hockey: Conference Semifinal Game 5 -- Teams TBA. (Live) B |Horse Racing: Kentucky Derby. (Live) e
WCWJ/17 9 *** 'The Rapture'(1991, Drama) Mimi Rogers, Patrick Bauchau. *** 'Seems Like Old Times' (1980) Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn. *'A 'Me, Myself & Irene' (2000, Comedy) Jim Carrey, Renee Zellweger.
WCJB/20 3 Power Rangers Power Rangers NBA Access Palm Gainesville Paid Program ISmith Gardens Animal Rescue Beautiful Hme Trend Watch Be |American Athlete |NASCAR Angels
WAWS/30 10 Let Us Play One on One 'Whatever It Takes' Week-Baseball MLB Baseball: White Sox at Angels, Phillies at Giants or Mariners at Yankees
WTEV/47 7 Paid Program Paid Program NCAA Winter Highlights Show (N) Golf PGA of America Style (N) PGA Golf: Wachovia Championship -- Third Round. From Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C. (Live) e
A&E 29 Find & Design (N) Find & Design Driving Force Driving Force King of Cars |King of Cars *** 'The Hunt for Red October' (1990, Suspense) Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin. Be Sell This House!
AMC 60 **, 'Night Passage' (1957) James Stewart. *** 'The Bravados' (1958, Western) Gregory Peck, Joan Collins. RE *** 'Enter the Dragon' (1973, Adventure) Bruce Lee, John Saxon. 'Dragon: Bruce'
ANPL 50 Africa's Secret Seven 9e Predator Bay B9 Close-Danger IClose-Danger Meerkat Manor Meerkat Manor Ms. Adventure Cliques B9 Animal Planet Heroes Phoenix
BRAVO 65 Work Out Ne Work Out RE Work Out B0 Work Out Skylab dream. Se Work Out Jackie sees a therapist. Work Out ci
CMTV 63 Top 20 Countdown CMT Insider (N) IBandit-Smokey Larry the Cable Guy's Top 10 The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search
CNN 24 CNN Live Saturday o |In the Money e CNN Live Saturday e JCNN: Special Investigations Unit CNN Live Saturday Ne CNN Live Saturday 9c
COM 62 *** 'Nurse Betty' (2000) Morgan Freeman, Rende Zellweger. RE * 'Corky Romano'(2001, Comedy) Chris Kattan, Vinessa Shaw. Be * 'The Ladies Man' (2000, Comedy) Tim Meadows, Karyn Parsons. Be
DSNY 31 Lilo & Stitch |Replacements ** 'Gotta Kick It Up' (2002) Susan Egan. Se Kim Possible Replacements Replacements Emperor New Emperor New American Drgn Kim Possible
E! 45 Lionel Richie Hollywood Story Lindsay Lohan: True Story |Katie & Peter Katie & Peter Girl Next Door Girl Next Door Girl Next Door Girl Next Door Girl Next Door The Soup
ESPN 35 Today at the Kentucky Derby From Churchill Downs in Louisville. (Live) go Horse Racing: Today at Churchill Downs. Fpm Louisville, Ky, (Live) Re PBA Bowling PBA Bowling
ESPN-C 164 PBA Bowling: 1977 Midas Open. Boxing: 2004 Candelo vs. Sanchez Boxing: 2000 Castillo vs. Johnston Boxing: 1999 Augustus vs. Diaz lBoxing: 2004 Diaz vs. Lorcy Boxing: 2005 Diaz vs. Irwin
ESPN2 36 Hot Rod TV (N) P.I.P.E.S. (N) . College Softball: Alabama at Tennessee. (Live) LPGA Golf: SemGroup Championship -- Second Round. (Live) Be NHRA Drag Racing: Nationals
FAM 30 Sabrina-Witch Sabrina-Witch ** 'Casper Meets Wendy'(1998) Shelley Duvall, Hilary Duff. Be *** 'Hook' (1991, Fantasy) Dustin Hoffman. Lawyer turns into Peter Pan to save kids from Captain Hook. Bl
FOOD 51 Everyday Italian Barefoot Cont Ellie Krieger |Entertaining Challenge Challenge Wedding Cake Surprise Challenge Cake artists compete. Gotta Get It IGotta Get It:Gifts
FOXN 41 Weekend Live Fox News Live Be Studio B Weekend Fox News Live B Big Story Weekend
FSN i 56 Sports Rap ' Baseball Report Marlils-Zone' Panthers Post Chris Myers Inside the Rays Inside the Rays Sports Rap Beach Volleyball: AVP Crocs Tour Marlins-Zone |Inside Marlins
GSN 59 Whammy e Press Your Luck Love Connection Lingo _e Lingo N Chain Reaction Match Game Match Game Family Feud [Family Feud Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
HALL 72 ** 'The Love Bug'(1997, Comedy) Bruce Campbell, John Hannah. Be *** 'The Parent Trap'(1961) Hayley Mills. Twins separated as infants plot to reunite their parents. **% 'Ordinary Miracles'(2005)
HGTV 47 Garden-Yard Curb Appeal Save My Bath (N) I Want-Baths Decorating Cents Decorating Cents Mission: Orgnz |Mission: Orgnz IDivine Design Divine Design Color Splash reDesign
INSP 53 Christians-Jews Jerry Jacobs Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Variety Paid Program Paid Program Feed-Children
ION 57 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program |Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program
LIFE 32 ** 'The Pilot's Wife' (2002) Se *** 'The Good Girl' (2002) Jennifer Aniston, Jake Gyllenhaal. e **h 'The Cutting Edge'(1992) D.B. Sweeney, Moira Kelly. B9 'A Decent Proposal' (2007) ]
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SPEED 162 Acura Project LMP: Race Star Mazda Series: Virginia. (Taped) Auto Racing |IHRA Drag Racing Performance ITradin'Paint (N) Fastest NASCAR RaceDay (Live)
SPIKE 28 Horsepower TV MuscleCar Xtreme 4x4 Trucks! B Bullrun Whacked Out World's Wildest Police Videos World's Wildest Police Videos Police Videos
SUN 37 Endless Golf Golfing the World Golf Life (N) Future Phenoms NBA Action Red Clay Net Head Coach College Baseball: LSU at Arkansas. (Live)
TBN 52 Fun Food Adv. Friends & Heroes Bibleman (El) Davey-Goliath D's Kids Club McGee and Me Nest Family Retro News Jacob's Ladder IChristian World |Praise the Lord Se
TCM 105 *** 'The Quiet American' (1958) Audie Murphy, Michael Redgrave. Be *** 'The Westerner'(1940) Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan. Be **% 'My Name Is Nobody' (1973, Westernm) Henry Fonda, Terence Hill.
TDC 38 MythBusters Ninjas. B9 |Dirty Jobs Water snakes. 0 The Mystery of the Human Hobbit. The Real Rainman Be The Hawking Paradox 0e Expedition to the Abyss BN
THC 49 Decoding the Past Countdown to Armageddon Recent world events. 9 Modern Marvels Nuts Be Modern Marvels Snackfood Tech Modern Marvels Snack Food Tech 2 Sherman's March Se
TLC 48 Trading Spaces B |Handyman (Handyman What Not to Wear Vandy C. Bl Property Ladder [S Moving Up Jersey Shore. Be My First Home |My First Home
TNT 25 **l, 'Shaft' (2000) Samuel L. Jackson, Vanessa L. Williams. Be ***! 'Boyz N the Hood'(1991) Larry Fishbume, Ice Cube. B9 ** 'Rush Hour2' 2001, Action) Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker. Be
TOON 55 Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends House of Bloo's |Foster's Home Foster's Home Foster's Home Foster's Home Foster's Home Foster's Home Foster's Home 'Tom and Jerry: Shiver Me'
TRAVEL 46 World Poker Tour From Paris, France. Taste of America Taste of America Made in America Made in America 1,000 Places to See Before You Die 1,000 Places to See Before You Die
TVL 69 Bonanza Hot Day for a Hanging IBonanza The Deserter Bl Bonanza The Way Station B0 Bonanza The War Comes to Washoe Gunsmoke No Tomorrow Be Gunsmoke Hidalgo RE
USA 33 ** 'Dragonfly' (2002, Suspense) Kevin Costner, Joe Morton. Be * ***% 'Traffic' (2000) Michael Douglas. The war on drugs brings many casualties and few victories. Be *** %'Casino'(1995) Se
VH1 54 Celebrity Fit Club Men vs. Women Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School Springer Hust. jAcceptable TV Totally Mad Celeb Beefs [Celebrity Showdown 2 40 Greatest Internet Superstars
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LAKE CITY REPORTER ADVICE & CROSSWORD SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


DEAR ABBY


Boyfriend's courtesies extend


to women other than his own


DEAR ABBY: My
boyfriend, "Connor," is very
gallant. However, I believe he
is carrying it too far.
Connor helps other women
before he extends those
courtesies to me. For
instance, if we're out with
other couples, he will open
the door for the other women
before me. Sometimes he
forgets me entirely. Also,
when we're in a restaurant,
he will rush to hold their
chairs for them while I just
stand there.
At the end of the evening,
he thinks nothing of leaving
me to escort them to their
cars. I have suggested that
we do this together and that
he offer me this treatment
first, but he insists that it is
proper protocol to extend
this treatment to others first.
Is this true? - BEVERLY
IN SEATTLE
DEAR BEVERLY: It cer-
tainly is not. What you're
describing is not gallantry -
it's lack of consideration for
your feelings.
A gentleman's first priority
should be the lady he's
escorting. When he rushes
to assist other women before
you, it means he's thinking of
them first. Their escorts -
not yours - should be see-
ing to their comfort and safe-
ty. I'd say your boyfriend
needs to brush up on his
manners.


Abigail Van Buren
www.deorobby.com

DEAR ABBY: My hus-
band and I are active seniors.
We recently moved to an
independent retirement com-
munity an equal distance
from our two married daugh-
ters. Both are in their late
40s.
Much to our dismay, our
older daughter has taken it
upon herself to visit us fre-
quently and unannounced at
any time of day. She conve-
niently drops by when we're
about to depart for the dining
room. We end up having to
invite her and being charged
for her meal.
We have hinted to her
about this; she dismisses it
as if we were joking. We
would like to get to know our
new neighbors and join in the
community's, activities, not
"social-sit" for our daughter.
Any ideas? - SENIORS IN
CALIFORNIA
DEAR SENIORS: Your
daughter may mean well, but
if you don't nip this in the


bud, you could be baby-sit-
ting your oldest daughter
until the day you die.
Stop dropping hints and
tell her in plain English that
you would prefer that she call
before coming over to be
sure it is convenient for you.
If she tries to laugh it off,
explain that you need time to
adjust to your new
surroundings and get to
know your neighbors. And if
she ignores your request and
stops by at mealtime again,
politely excuse yourselves
and ask her to call next time,
because you have made
other plans.
DEAR ABBY: We� are
invited to a friend's 35th wed-
ding anniversary party
where the couple are renew-
ing their marriage vows. The
affair will be held at an
upscale hotel and will be a
black-tie party.
What do you think would
be an appropriate gift for the
occasion? Fortunately,
finances are not an issue.
Please do not reveal my
name or location - my
friend is a fan of yours. -
NO NAME, PLEASE
DEAR NO NAME: How
about offering a "gift" in the.
form of a generous donation
to their favorite charity?
* Write Dear Abby at P.O. Box
69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.


HOROSCOPES


ARIES (March 21-April
19): A new look will lead to
compliments and the possibili-
ty of a little more attention than
you are used to getting. Get out
into your community and par-
ticipate in events that will help
you meet new people. ***-
TAURUS (April 20-May
20): Get to the bottom of any
troubles you have with older or
younger friends or relatives.
Someone is probably asking for
help in all the wrong ways. You
can pick up information that
will help you with a financial
project you've been working
on. *-**
GEMINI (May 21-June
20): A creative idea you have
will turn out to be beneficial
financially. Someone will want
to follow through and find out
how you intend to move for-
ward. An older -relative will
have something wise to offer.
Romance is in the stars.

CANCER (June 21-July
22): You may face some dis-
cord at home but that doesn't
mean your day is a write-off.


THE LAST WORD
' Eugenia Word

Get out with friends who appre-
ciate your humor and your con-
tributions. A look at something
that interests you financially
will be advantageous. **-
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):
Leave work or studies or what-
ever else is demanding on the
table and plan to have a good
time. Relax and forget your
stresses. Take on a physical
challenge and you will see your
competitive side surface, lead-
ing you to the winner's circle.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
22): Put in some extra hours
on something that can bring
Syou professional rewards.
Trying to deal with personal
issues will backfire. Get into an
environment that makes you
feel comfortable and free of
worries and stress. ***
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
22): Emotions will be on the
rise but that will help you dis-
cover what you can do to make


CELEBRITY CIPHER


by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present
Each letter in the cipher stands lor another.
Today's clue: V equals P
"MNL'HW ANRRC KNYW YNTW
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CRXWH Y NR

PREVIOUS SOLUTION - "He's an honest man - you could shoot craps with
him over the telephone." - Earl Wilson
(c) 2007 by NEA, Inc. 4-30


things better. Travel if it will
help you develop a creative
skill or visit with someone you
think you might be in love with.
This is a great day to expand
your circle of friends. ***
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov.
21): Utilize all your talents and
show people what you are capa-
ble of doing. Network, if possi-
ble. This is a day for growth,
expansion and development
but don't let it cost you too
much financially. ***
SAGITARIUS (Nov. 22-
Dec. 21): There is plenty
going on around you. Getting
together with someone special
will lead to the next phase in
your relationship. Travel will
not be in your best interest but
having someone visit you at
home will. ****
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-
Jan. 19): Take a look at some
of the problems you have had
in the past If someone you did-
n't see eye-to-eye with is trying
to make a comeback, walk
away. This isn't the day to
waste time or revisit something
that is no good for you. **
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18): Money is heading your
way but don't let it slip through
your fingers. Save a little for a
rainy day. Love and romance
are in the stars, so it may be
time to talk about your inten-
tions for the future. *****
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20): Check out the possibility
of partnering with someone.
No matter what you are pursu-
ing, you will do better in a joint
effort A change of heart or a
sudden alteration to your living
arrangements is evident. ***


SUNDAY CROSSWORD

FOR APRIL - NATIONAL POETRY MONTH By Victor Fleming/ EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ 1 2 [ 13 4 -6


ACROSS
1 Student's
declaration
6 Restricted part of a
* street
13 Paul of pet food
17 1947 crime drama
21 Block in the
Southwest
22 Golf club with a
nearly vertical face
23 Love letters?
24 U.S. city in sight
of two volcanoes
25 With 36-Across,
"Poetry is ..:"
(Osbert Sitwell)
27 Orange/yellow
blooms
29 Feature of the
villain in "The
Fugitive"
30 Walk to the door
32 Single thread
33Radisson
alternative
36 See 25-Across
40 Hearty drink
43 Like the Uzbek and
Kirghiz languages
47 Smog-watching
grp.
48 Bagnell Dam river
49 Purplish
52 Ella of "Phantom
Lady"
54 One way to be paid
58 Amount past due?
59 "Poetry is ..."
(Joseph Roux)

For any three answers,
call from a touch-tone
hone: 1-900-285-5656,
1.20 each minute; or,
with a credit card, 1-800-
814-5554.


63 Oater locale
64 Where Springsteen
was born, in song
65 Monte __
66 H.yde Park stroller
68 Toil
71 Have on
75 Japane.se band?
78 Like many pubs
81 With 89-Across,
"Poetry is ..."
(Carl Sandburg)
85 Flat
88 Struggle
89 See 81-Across
93 QB Rodney
94 Banned spray,
95 Russian city or
oblast
96 Office gizmo
98 Soissons seasons
100 Baseball Hall-of-
Famer Banks
104Make an
inauguration
affirmation
107 Literary ending
111 "Poetry is ..."
(Edith Sitwell)
117 Took top honors
118 French city in
W.W. 11 fighting
119 Title character in a
"Sgt. Pepper" song
120 Grant maker
121 Hatch from Utah
123 15 years before the
Battle of Hastings
125 Dead Sea Scrolls
scribe
127 "___ gratias"
128"Poetry is ..."
(Pablo Neruda)
133 Verges on


136 Sing "Gladly the
cross-eyed bear,"
say
137 Tyro
141 __Mae
145 Elderly
148 "Poetry is ..."
(E. E. Cummings)
151 English university
V.I.P.s
152 Punjabi believer
153 No more
154#24 of 24
155 As a result
156Besides
157Fall field worker
158 Snooped (around)

DOWN
1 Bueno's opposite
2 Tennis edge
3 It may start with
someone entering a
bar
4 West Indian.
sorcery
5 Prepare, as a side
of beans
6 Beantown, on
scoreboards
7 Durham sch.
8 Half of doce
9 Energy
10 Singer India._.
11 ___ this world
12 Nutrition drink
brand
13 Belief
14 Up to one's ears
(in)
15 Cuban patriot Jos6
16 Go around
17 Beachwear
18 "Zounds," e.g.


19 Antiquity, quaintly
20 Denials
26 "This is where

28 Alternative fuel
31 Halfhearted
34 Go bad I
35 Red hair, e.g.
37 Arabian capital
38 Fairy-tale menace
39 G.P.A. spoilers
40 Mtn. stats
41 Trevi coin, once
42 Month after Ab
44 Friends
45 Not on the border
46 Poetic break: Var.
50 Sitting on
51 Tapas bar offering
53 Writer Sontag
55 Big spinner
56 Here, in JuArez
57 Camera inits.
60 Aligned
61 Main seating area
62 Namely
67 Perfect
69 N.C. State plays in
it
70 Denny's alternative
72 Oklahoma city
73 Steinbeck's "To
___ Unknown"
74 Angry talk
75 Really, really
76 Physicist Niels
77 "Dies ___"
79 Arrived quietly
80 "... ___ great fall"
82 Exactly, after "to"
83 Parlor piece
84 Gridiron protection
86 Wasted gas


87 Inventor's place
90 Group of spies
91 Kind of check
92 Hundred Acre
Wood donkey
97 Winter Olympics
venues
99 It's raised on a
farm
101 NASA homecoming
102Tiny bite
103 "See ___ care!"
105 Two, in Lisbon


106In many cases 124Old-style hangover 139TV's Swenson


108 Operatic Jenny
109 Early Nebraskan
110 Deli order
111 Old deferment
classification
112 Beeper
113 Ticking off
114 Pulled in
115 Poe's middle name
116 Surrealist Magritte
122Reply to "No way!"


remedy
126 League division
129 Mighty big
130 Swing wildly
131 Corner office and
others
132 Gettysburg general
under Lee
134 Household health
hazard
135 Sportscast feature
138 Peevishness


140 Fashion's ___ von
Furstenberg
142 "Here __ ...."
143 "Bus Stop"
playwright
144 "Yikes!"
145"___ on
Melancholy"
146 Swe. abutter
147 Ma'am or dam
149 K.C.-to-Duiuth dir.
150"___ the fields ..."


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LAKE CITY REPORTER LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


JONES: Has operated Rem's Farm Saddlery in Live Oak for the past 25
Continued From Page 1D


years


that he did not sell the saddle
to the film company or to
Costner himself and he has no
idea how the saddle got in the
movie, nor does he really care.
"I don't think Kevin Costner
knew who it was from or who
had made it or anything about
it," Jones said.
He guesses the saddle was
sold after the movie along with
the rest of the tack used in the
film.
Saddles, like most tack, are
sold from horse owner to
horse owner and can be traded
and moved across country
without the original builder
ever knowing what happened
to it after the initial purchase.
Jones said he has seen his
saddles in other movies. He
also has made saddles for the
First Calvary Division at Ft.
Hood, Texas and for many of
the soldiers who participate in
the annual Olustee Battle
re-enactment every February.
The pleasure of saddlery,
for Jones, comes not from the
selling of the saddle but from
the actual building. Saddle
making is fun, Jones said,
because he likes to work with
leather.
The first step in saddle mak-
ing is acquiring a tree, the
base of the saddle. Trees are
made out of wood, with poplar,
ash and oak being popular
choices. Trees can be reused
from old saddles, specifically
for McClellans. The wood is
covered. with rawhide and not
removed when stripping an
old tree of its original leather,
Jones said. *
The leather for the saddle is
cut using a pattern and covers
the tree. Patterns are also fol-
lowed when making straps and
stirrup covers. Western sad-
dles use more leather because
of the skirting around the tree.
Jones said that the leather is
sewn together mostly by a
sewing machine but some work
has to be completed by hand.
Floral designs or patterns
are put on the leather by a
steel stamp that is hammered
while face down on the leather.


JMounaU. IiI nA � MV V ErALErdiAk eity Repuuter
Gary Miller, Ted Jones' son-in-law helps out at the Rem's Farm Saddlery. Miller demonstrates how
artwork.is made by hammering a metal stamp into a damp piece of leather.


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Ted Jones has been repairing and making saddles for about 25 years and has expanded his company
into restoring saddles and producing saddle bags, holsters, gunstraps, coasters and picture frames.


Intricate patterns must be
done using precise strokes.
The McClellan comes in
three sizes: 11, 11.5 and 12
inches wide.' Most people


would be comfortable in an
11.5-inch saddle, Jones said. A
12 is best for women due to the
shape of their pelvis, but he
said it is hard to explain to a


woman that she needs a big-
ger saddle without her being
offended. The 12 is more com-
fortable to ride because it is
wider and so are a' woman's


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
In order to 'burnish,' or smooth out the rough edges of the leather,
Ted Jones uses a shoeshop buffering machine that needed to be


cut in half.
hips, Jones said.
Jones said he. can build a
saddle in about 60 hours if he
is not pushed. The price of a
McClellan made by Jones runs
about $950 while a western
will start at $1,400.
Jones said that he does not
mind building western saddles
but if he were given a choice, he
would always build a McClellan.
Jones' son-in-law, Gary
Miller, helps him in the shop.
Other people have come in
over the years from places like
Budapest and Mexico to build


saddles with Jones and trade
tips on saddle building, Miller
said. Jones has other people
working part time at the sad-
dle shop as well.
Bridles, saddle bags, gun
holsters, sword scabbards and
other assorted leather tack are
made by Jones and others in
the shop.
Jones doesn't know when or
if he will ever retire from sad-
dle-making.
"I guess if I retire to some-
.thing else I would still be
ornery," he said.


GARDEN: Tips for working outdoors
Continued From Page 1D


growth. A light application of
fertilizer will also stimulate
more growth. Remember that
most herbs are best if harvest-
ed before they bloom for maxi-
mum quality.of the leaves.
Fruit trees: Many trees will
drop young fruit as the season
progresses. This can be caused
from an over abundant fruit set or
stresses such as not enough
water or too much fertilizer.
Persimmons are especially prone
to this early fruit drop. I've been
using a citrus fertilizer (low nitro-
gen) on my persimmons and it
seems to help. Watch for pests
and diseases and use a "fruit tree"
spray (insecticide and fungicide
combined) as directed by the


instructions. Horticultural oil is
also useful to smother scale
insects and other pests, but be
sure to observe any temperature
restrictions mentioned on the
label before you spray. Remember
to fertilize (monthly but lightly)
your citrus trees with a citrus
fertilizer and your blueberries
with an azalea type fertilizer.
For the wildlife: Add a few
plants to the landscape to
attract and feed butterflies.
Don't forget to include plants
for the caterpillars to eat. We
have a free informative publica-
tion at the Extension office on
butterfly gardening in Florida
and also a for-sale book with
color photos of common butter-
I'.U-A- t I .q-


flies., Many butterflies and also
hummingbirds will enjoy the
nectar from plants such as the
bottlebrush and the native coral
honeysuckle.
Program Announcements:
Master Gardeners are available
on Tuesday and Thursday
mornings (9 a.m. to noon) to
answer your gardening ques-
tions. Give them a call at
752-5384 or bring your plant
samples to the Extension
Service building located at the
Columbia County Fairgrounds.

* Dr. Don Goode is the Director
and Horticulture Agent of the
Columbia County Extens.ion
Service B, a branch of the
University of Florida.


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Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch's goal is to prevent juvenile delinquency


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter. corn


P reventing juvenile
delinquency is only
part of the task of
the Florida Sheriff's
Boys Ranch' in


Suwannee County.
For more than 50 years, the
Boys Ranch has taught life les-
sons to troubled youths and pre-
sented them with the opportuni-
ties to succeed in the world.
Founded in 1957 by the
Florida Sheriff's Association, the


idea for the ranch came about in
1955 when Hillsborough County
Sheriff R. Ed Blackburn Jr. and
Marion County Sheriff Don
McLeod drove to Texas to
retrieve two teenage suspects.
While they were there, they
learned about a facility for neg-


elected and unwanted boys that
was run by a former pro wrestler.
On their return trip, they dis-
cussed that if one man could care
so much about children, then
surely an organization such as
the Florida Sheriff's Association
could as well.


Ground was broken on the
first building for the Florida
Sheriff's Boys Ranch in
Suwannee County in 1958 and
the organization has expanded to
four facilities in Florida.
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Lake City Reporter has lengthy history in Columbia County


By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com


Reporter has
been Columbia
County's news-
paper for more
than 130 years.
However, variations and
forerunners of the newspaper
have been in Columbia
County since 1860, when the
newspaper of Columbia
County was known as The
Lake City Independent Press.
According to "A History of
Columbia County Florida"
which was published in 1996
by Edward F Keuchel, The
Lake City Independent Press, a
'former Whig paper, was one
of the few newspapers in the
state to endorse the
Constitutional Union ticket.
In November 1865,' the
area's newspaper was known
as the Lake City Press, a con-
servative newspaper.
The Lake City Reporter was
established in 1874 as a week-
ly paper in the county.
The Columbia County
Citizen was established in
1886 and in 1889, the paper
was also known as the Herald-
Reporter.
In 1901, the Lake City
Reporter was known as the
Citizen-Reporter and on May 16,
1919, the Lake City Reporter,
changed it's name overnight
with no explanation.
On Sept. 14, 1945, the two
Columbia County newspapers
were the Lake City Reporter
and Columbia Gazette. On Oct.
5, 1967, they merged and
became the Lake City Reporter.
On March 18, 1968, the
Lake City Reporter became a
daily paper. At that time the
newspaper was a five-day
daily.
The New York Times pur-
chased the paper in 1972, from
the Matthew-Taylor Company.
The Matthew-Taylor Company
had purchased the paper from
Perry Publications.
T, e. Lake City Reporter was


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The current office of the Lake City Reporter is located at 180 East Duval St. and has been home to the newspaper since 1978.


"We put out a very impressive paper.
I laid out the front page where it
would be attractive and appealing
to the eye. I believed in things
having uniformity."

- Everett Corbin,
Former editor of the Lake City Reporter


a five-day daily under The
New York Times.
In 1999, the Lake City
Reporter launched a Saturday
edition and a Sunday issue,


was later added in November
2002. With the introduction of
the Sunday issue, the Lake
City Reporter dropped its
Monday issue, becoming a


six-day per week paper.
Community Newspapers
Inc. bought the Lake City
Reporter from the New York
Times Company on Sept. 7,
2000. The purchase was part of
an agreement by Community
Newspapers Inc. to buy three
Northeast Florida newspapers
from the New York Times Co.

Looking back
Everett Corbin, 74, is a for-
mer editor of the Lake City
Reporter who currently lives


in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Corbin worked at the paper
from 1961-1965 and he recent-
ly stopped by the Reporter for
his first visit back in more
than 40 years.
Corbin remembered that
when he worked at the local
newspaper, J.R. Tyson was the
Lake City mayor. The paper
was owned by Perry
Newspapers, which was head-
quartered in Palm Beach, and
R.L. Strickland was publisher.
"Strickland served as pub-
.1isher and general manager


and he served with an iron
hand," Corbin said.
He said Strickland reviewed
everything and he would have
to read everything.
"Any news story he didn't
like, he would pull it," Corbin
said.
While Corbin remembered
covering several large stories
in the Columbia C.ounty area
during his tenure at the Lake
City Reporter, the first that he
listed was the coverage of
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Hurricane Dora. Hurricane
Dora came through Columbia
County Sept. 6, 1964.
He said Hurricane Dora
wasn't at full strength when it
went through the area.
"It wasn't a powerful storm,
but at that time I lived in a
house trailer and it almost
'knocked the trailer over," he
said. "The hurricane was head-
ed north and made a loop
and came right back through
Lake City."
Lake City Junior College
.and Ranger school was found-
ed while Corbin served as edi-
Itor. He remembers the first
,president there was very per-
sonable and would talk to the
.-news staff.
, Corbin also commented on
.the paper's size and content
;back in the early 1960s.
* "It was a small newspaper
'but the issue I have before me
,,was pretty impressive," he
:said, noting the Dec. 24, 1961
tissue listed the entire staff on
'the front cover. "I enjoyed my
'-stay."
"We put out a very impres-
fsive paper. I laid out the front
.page where it would be attrac-
-five and appealing to the eye. I
'believed in things having uni-
'formity. Margaret Clay was the
'society editor. One of our great
::contributors was Paul Roy. He
.took some magnificent photo-
�.graphs and we used them the
*whole time I was there."
: Corbin said he wrote an edi-
*torial column called
,"Viewpoint," which contained
'not only local topics but inter-
hational items as well.
*. "My mind was focused on
world things even though
most news was local," he said.
*'I felt that the world situation
;affected everyone and it still
does."
* Corbin also wrote a weekly,
,country music column called
.'The Music World."
-* "I was so interested in it that
.1 wrote to all the music firms in
Nashville for information," he
said.

A longtime employee
"" Sue Brannon, who currently
.works as the controller of the
paper, has been a Lake City
Reporter employee for 37 years.
Brannon has been the con-
troller since February 1974
and has served as interim pub-
lisher on two occasions.
When Brannon began her
career . at the Lake City
Reporter, the building was
located in what is now a park-
ing lot on the east side of the
property on East Duval Street.
At that time a funeral home
was on the other side of the
property.
"The funeral home was torn
'down and the building was


"I think the newspaper has a
responsibility to present to the public
an unbiased view of what's going on in
the community and to be a voice in
representation for the people of the
community that as one or a small
group, don't really have a voice."
- Sue Brannon,
Lake City Reporter controller
and 37-year employee of the newspaper


built and we still ran opera-
tions next door while this
building was being built," she
said. "We moved the presses
over the weekend after we got
the Friday paper out."
In November 1978, when the
current Reporter building was
constructed, the Reporter was a
mid-afternoon paper and was
-published in the mornings so
readers could buy a copy by
lunchtime and it was delivered
by the time they got home in
the afternoon.
In 1983, the Lake City
Reporter owners purchased
property on the south side of
Nassau Street to construct
rear parking. The purchase
also paved the way for the local
historical society to be able to
purchase the Vinzant home
and turn it into the current
Lake City-Columbia County
Historical Museum. The park-
ing lot construction was com-
pleted in 1984. In January
1986, another lot adjacent to
the property was purchased
and is currently being utilized
with a storage building and
outside break area.
"When I first started work-
ing here they were still using
Linotype," Brannon said. "At
the time the Reporter was oper-
ating a full print shop. They
were probably doing as much
printing business as they were
doing newspaper publishing
business."
Brannon said the print shop
continued until The New York
Times Company purchased
the paper in the early 1970s
and all outside printing of com-
mercial products ceased.
Printing the paper in Lake
City ended in April 1996, when
the Reporter was printed at the
Ocala Star Banner office.
Brannon said company offi-
cials said there was no point in
buying new presses when the
paper could be printed in
Gainesville or Ocala, as both
newspapers were owned by
the New York Times Corp.
"By driving and getting our
papers printed there, we had
the capability of multi-million
dollar presses and capacity
and quality," she said. "They
basically printed us for cost so
it worked out real good. It
instantly gave us more color


availability throughout the
newspaper."
The Lake City Reporter was
printed in Ocala from April
1996 until the paper was sold
to CNI. The Reporter was only
printed in Ocala for about six
or nine months, while owned
by CNI, then the paper's print-
ing needs were shifted to
Palatka at the Palatka Daily
News.
CNI bought the Lake City
Reporter, Palatka Daily News
and The News Leader of
Fernandina Beach from The
New York Times in September
2000. The Lake City Reporter
continued printing in Ocala
until the Palatka presses were
ready to print both papers,
which was in early 2001.


Part of the community
Brannon said the Lake City
Reporter serves an important
role in the community, based
on responsibility and integrity.
"I think the newspaper has a
responsibility to present to the
public an unbiased view of
what's going on in the commu-
nity and to be a voice in repre-
sentation for the people of the
community that as one or a
small group, don't really have
a voice," she said. "I think that
the newspaper can be the core
of the community and it
should be. I don't think that
means we deserve to be treat-
ed any differently or we
deserve to be looked at any dif-
ferently, but I think that going
in, because you are the news-
paper, you have the respect of
the community and I think
that's a big responsibility and I
don't think that anybody that
we work with takes that lightly.
"I think all (the employees) try
to do their jobs to the best of their
abilities to be a good representa-
tive of the newspaper."
Today, the Lake City
Reporter has a staff of 32
full-time employees and two
part-time employees.
The paper's circulation
average for Sunday edi-
tions, as of March, was
9,939 net' paid circulation
and 11,000 issues of the
paper, are distributed on
Sunday.


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Cannon Creek Airpark charms with 'so much personality'


By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com

Most people get
through their
days zooming
through
traffic on a
four-lane highway or coasting
along scenic paths on their
bikes.
Resident at Cannon Creek
Airpark enjoy travel with a
bird's eye view.
Cannon Creek Airpark was
founded in 1976 by Ray
Sessions.
Sessions, Dr. Umesh
Mhatre, Marshall Douglas
and Vernon Douglas created
plans for the airpark in 1976
and the first subdivision was
platted, surveyed and record-
ed in the county clerk of
court's office, in 1984. It start-
ed as 28 lots on 32 acres when
it was originally platted to the
county.
Shirley Roos and her hus-
band, Paul, built their home
on property in the Cannon
Creek Airpark in 1997. Roos
oversaw the airport from 1998
until 2002.
"Cannon Creek Airpark
drew us to this area," Roos
said. "That's the only reason
we're here. We searched for
an airpark home for almost
five years all over from Iowa
to Texas and along the east
and west coasts. We searched
and searched and I was on a
business trip to Gainesville
and I passed by and saw the
airpark and called my hus-
band, Paul, and said, 'we
found our home honey.' It has
everything we wanted. We
love the trees. A lot of airparks
are just a runway with a
bunch of houses down the
side but this place has so
much personality."
* Roos is a Realtor with Lisa
D. Vanacore and Associates
Realty and has been with the
agency for six years. Through
the.agency and her work over-
, seeing the airport, she was
* able to learn the history of
Cannon Creek Airpark.


Bob St. Denis-talks to a group of
Cannon Creek Airpark is
made up of several subdivi-
sions; Roos estimates that
there are as many as 10 differ-
ent subdivisions that make up
the airpark. Each one has its
own set of covenants and
restrictions.
"We all work together for
the betterment of the air-
park," she said.
Ifs not unusual at Cannon
Creek Airpark to peer into a
neighbor's hangar and see a
helicopter, plane or ultralight
aircraft. In fact, it's not uncom-
mon to see an airplane being
built in one of the many hangars.
Rex Cooper moved to
Cannon Creek Airpark in 2001
and said he and his wife have
been pleased with their deci-
sion. Cooper moved to the
area after leaving Orlando,
where he had lived for 40
years. He said he wanted to
relocate because his world
had gotten "too small."
He and his wife, Kathleen,


people about his airplane at a Young Eagle's Day event at Cannon Cree

"You don't have to be a pilot to live in
Cannon Creek Airpark, but the
majority of people are."
- Shirlpy Roos,
Cannon Creek Airpark resident


learned about Cannon Creek
Airpark after seeing and read-
ing about it on the Internet.
"There are great neighbors
here," he said. "We're close-
knit. We have more talent and
expertise in all areas than can
be imagined - from airplane'
building to maintenance to
operations to people that can
build houses."
The airpark neighborhood
also harbors antique car own-
ers and enthusiasts, an avid
exercise group as well as
crafters and a large contin-
gent of motorcyclists, includ-
ing Jack and Judi Wells, who
own more than 60 antique
motorcycles, Roos said.
Cannon Creek is composed


of more than 500 acres of
property. All of the' homes in
the airpark, with the excep-
tion of seven, are connected
through a series of taxiways
to the runways.
Cannon Creek Airpark has
two runways.
Runway 18/36 is the
north/south runway, which is
paved, lit and is 3,500 feet long
with an 8,000-foot clearance.
Runway 9/27 is the
east/west runway, which is a
turf runway, that is 2,400 feet
long and has a 4,000-foot
clearance.The other subdivi-
sions in the airpark also have
taxiway access.
"You don't have to be a
pilot to live in Cannon


ek Airpark.
Creek Airpark, but the
majority of people are,"
Roos said. "There are a lot
of female pilots, too."
About 95 percent of the
homeowners in Cannon
Creek Airpark are pilots, Roos
estimated.
"Here, there are pilots that
were looking for a place to live
and we have something in
common," she said. 'They're
just looking for a place to live
and fly their plane. People
keep their plane in their
hangars and when you get
tired of driving across town,
you get in your aircraft. It's
kind of nice.
"All you have to do is walk
out of your bedroom door,
hop in your plane and you're
out of here."
Roos is originally from
Niceville and her husband is
from St. Louis. '
They are not, however, the
only transplants to the area
who call Cannon Creek


Airpark their home.
A list of pilots' home states
includes: Arkansas, Alabama,
California, Connecticut,
Delaware, Florida, Georgia,
Illinois, Massachusetts,
Maryland, Michigan, North
Carolina, New Jersey, Ohio,
Pennsylvania and South
Carolina. 9
Even though many of the
homeowners are originally
from different states, they
often have fun sharing other
hobbies.
The neighborhood also has
an Experimental Aircraft
Association (EAA Chapter 933)
and residents of the subdivi-
sions in Cannon Creek often
host get-togethers where they
discuss their aircraft.
A lot of the property that
currently makes up Cannon
Creek Airpark used to belong
to the Herndon family, who
still has a homestead on the
property.
"The old Herndon house is
still sitting right here on the
field," Roos said. "It was built
right after the Civil War and it
was the family homestead.
The original property for the
airpark was purchased from
the Herndons And they added
on the other property."
Roos said there are plans to
add additional taxiways to the
subdivisions, but no more
runways.
The neighborhood also cel-
ebrates Young Eagles Day
twice a year, where young-
sters and local Boy Scouts are
given an opportunity to take
plane and helicopter rides
with pilots in the neighbor-
hood as part of the EAA chap-
ter's activities.
With so many residents in
the neighborhood being
pilots, Roos said there is an air
of companionship that is
shared throughout the neigh-
borhood.
"It's like a Norman
Rockwell painting to live here
in the mornings," she said.
"Everybody's walking or rid-
ing their bikes or out in their
golf carts."


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LAKE CITY REPORTER A PLACE CALLED HOME SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


Newcomers Club has been opening its heart for 56 years


By LINDSAY DOWNEY
Idowney@lakecityreporter. com

close networks of
friends and families who
have grown up together
for generations, it's easy
to feel like an outsider.
Moving to a new city often is
overwhelming and for people
who aren't accustomed to the
small-town, Southern culture,
trying to adjust to life in Lake
City sometimes is even more
difficult.
But for the past 56 years,
members of the Lake City
Newcomers Club have been
opening their hearts and
working to make people who
are new in town feel like
they've found a home.
"When you're on a plateau
of loneliness and you don't
know anybody and someone
steps forward with that hand
of friendship, something's
going to click," said 84-year-
old club member Catherine
O'Steen. "You never know
what kind of day they're hav-
ing or what motivated them to
come in the first place. That
kind of loneliness when you're
new in town, it can eat at you
until you're so depressed." ,
Newcomers Club publicity
chairwoman Gayle Hahn, 69,
lived in big cities for most of
her life before she moved to
Lake City from Westerville,
Ohio more than a decade ago.
"This was culture shock to
me," Hahn said. "I had never
lived in a small town before. I
knew no one when I moved
here - absolutely no one. It
(Newcomers) was just a life-
saver because I came from
the big city and moving to
Lake City 13 years ago, it was
traumatic."
O'Steen visited Hahn in her
home shortly after she moved
to Lake City. O'Steen
answered questions about the
'area and invited Hahn to a
Newcomers meeting.
O'Steen asked Hahn to
become vice president a month


FILE PHOTO
Lake City Newcomer's Club members toast to their friendships during the club's 55th anniversary party in October 2006.


"When you're on a plateau of
loneliness and you don't know anybody
and someone steps forward with
that hand of friendship, something's
going to click."
- Catherine O'Steen,
Eighty-four-year-old member of Lake City Newcomers Club


after she joined the club. Soon
thereafter, the club's president
had to step down because of an
emergency and Hahn became


president.
"Catherine just sort of took
me under her wing and just
sort of gave me a little push,"


Hahn said.
O'Steen was exemplifying
the same type of friendliness
original Newcomers mem-
bers extended to her when
she arrived in town. O'Steen
received a welcome package
from Newcomers Club
founder Madge VanArsdall
when she moved to Lake City
from Jacksonville about 24
years ago. She was befriended
by Newcomers member Bina
Oliphant, who introduced her
to the club during her first


Newcomers luncheon at the
Holiday Inn.
Before she founded the
actual Newcomers Club in
1951, VanArsdall was a "new-
comer caller," a sort of one-
woman welcome wagon who
made it her goal to become
acquainted with new people
who moved to Lake City.
'This was a pretty remote
area at that time and very
much in need of the kind of
welcome someone like her
could give," O'Steen said. "At


that time, it had nothing to do
with the club and she went
around with her hat on and
her gloves. She was dressed
as if she was in New York and
not in the backwoods of
Florida, so to speak, and she
made everyone feel welcome.
There were a number of peo-
ple moving here from bigger
towns and cities who had no
idea they were coming to a
place like this and the culture
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LAKE CITY REPORTER A PLACE CALLED HOME SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


NEWCOMERS: Club currently has about 100 members


Continued From Page 6E
shock alone was very hard to
get over."
As Lake City began to grow,
VanArsdall recruited Oliphant
and a few other ladies to work
with her. Eventually, the
Newcomers Club was born.
. The club's original rules said
tnembers couldn't hold an
office after they had been in the
club for three years. The rule
forced new people to become
officers and gave them no
choice but to get to know their
fellow club members.
"They might have fussed a
little to start with but they
were always so grateful in the
end," O'Steen said. 'They
learned so much about the
town that they had come to."
Today, the Newcomers Club
tries to elect officers who are
new to the club. Because
younger women no longer
have time to be involved in the
club, though, sometimes peo-
ple who have been officers
previously have to serve again.
'The world changed and
women went out to work and
when they did clubs like this
were left shorthanded,"
O'Steen said.
The Lake City Newcomers
Club has about 100 members,
including about five men, most
of whom are retirees. But even
though many members are
retired, they stay active volun-
teering for local organizations.
"You can't just sit and vege-
tate and sometimes that's what
people who retire do," O'Steen
said. "No matter what our age
we really need to keep busy."
Because modern retirees
often stay active, they some-
times are busy and don't see
each other for awhile. Attending,
Newcomers Club meetings the
second Wednesday of -each
month and attending
Friendship Lunches the first
Wednesday of each month gives
friends a chance to catch up.
Friendship lunches are held
at various restaurants in the
area and they often include
speakers, door prizes and
other activities. The club has a


COURTESY PHOTO
The Newcomers Club was founded by Madge VanArsdall in 1951. Today, the club has about
100 members. Above, members gather for a meeting during its early days of existence.


"This was culture shock to me. I ha
never lived in a small town before.
knew no one when I moved here -
absolutely no one. It (Newcomers) v
just a lifesaver because I came from ,
big city and moving to Lake City I:
years ago, it was traumatic."
- Gayle Hahn,
Move to Lake City from Westerville, Ohio
more than a decade ago.


singing group, a "sunshine
lady" who sends cards to mem-
bers and their families in cases
of illness or death and a cur-
rent events member who
makes announcements about
what's going on around town.
Newcomers members pin a
red rose to women and a smi-
ley face to men who are attend-
ing a meeting for the first time
and a purple ribbon to people


who attend a second me
Newcomers make a po
talk to new people d
events and anyone who
for $10 per year may rei
member 'for life.
Sometimes, people
nect with friends they h
seen for years during
luncheons, which cost $
food. During one meeting
women who were room


during nursing school in
id Jacksonville realized they both
| ended up in Lake City. Two
other members realized they
- had attended kindergarten
vas together in Venezuela. People
the talk about where they are from
and realize they know the
3 same people.
"When you find somebody
who happens to end -up here
from your hometown it always
gives you such a joyous
feeling," O'Steen said.
People who become mem-
bers of the Newcomers Club
meeting. don't just help ease each others'
)int to loneliness and teach each other
during about the Lake City. They
) joins become great friends who sup-
main a port each other until the end.
"My husband died six
recon- months ago and I bet I wasn't
haven't even home from the hospital
g the when all the girls were there
10 for with food," Hahn said. "We
ig, two, count on each other. They're
mates like family."


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TROY ROBERTS/Lake City Reporter
Gail Hussar and Daniel Walford care for seven llamas on their
farm south of Lake City.

LLAMAS: Owners enjoy

low maintenance pet


Continued From Page 5E
keep the animals as pets until
they find someone to buy them.
The animals eat feed, hay
and they graze. They are
sheared once or twice a year to
help keep them cool in the
Florida heat.
Walford walked around his
field and held a blue leash as he
led a black, beady-eyed llama
named Leroy through a gate.
The animal seemed relaxed as
he stretched his long neck to
nibble on leaves from a tree
branch.
When Walford and Hussar
first purchased Leroy, he was
difficult to deal with and often
would kick anyone who
touched him.
"He was a pistol when he
came here," Walford said. "You
can see now he's one of he.
most personable animals on
the farm.".
It took Leroy about a year to
calm down and feel more com-
fortable around his owners.
Llamas have a reputation for
being good pets because of
their easy-going temperaments,
their intelligence and because
they are fairly low-maintenance.
Still, some animals are more
aggressive than others.
'"They all have different per-
sonalities," Hussar said.
.Although llamas are known


"When you
go through a
drive through
with a llama you
should see what
people say."
- Gail Hussar,
Owner of several llamas

for spitting when they're
angry, they often only spit
when they're overwhelmed,
such as if too many people are
hugging them and getting too
close to them at fairs and other
events.
"They spit to define their
space," Walford said.
Llamas make good guard ani-
mals. Often, alpaca owners keep at
least one llama on their farms to
watch over their herds.
"My dogs will bark at any-
thing but my llamas will only
sound off if there's something
really wrong," Hussar said.
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owners enjoy exposing others
to their exotic pets.
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LAKE CITY REPORTER A PLACE CALLED HOME SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


Ronsonet brings her work to life with imaginative art


By LINDSAY DOWNEY
Idowney@lakecityreporter.com

visit the
H av e n
Hospice of
the Suwannee
'Valley Care Center on U.S.
Highway 90 West, they may stare
'in amazement at the magical
scene that unfolds on a large wall
inside the children's room.
Lake City resident Kelli
Ronsonet used her paint
brush to create an elaborate
mural that aims to brighten
. children's days as they visit
*loved ones at the care center.
, A white pegasus with a soft,
.yellow mane and yellow-
accented wings soars in the
bright, blue sky. A castle and
several green trees pepper the
landscape. Ducks, deer and -
;'Ronsonet's favorite animals
featured on the mural: rabbits
- frolic in the happy scene.
Altrusa International of
,Lake City hired Ronsonet to
paint the mural. Altrusa spon-
sored the care center's chil-
dren's room, which is filled
with toys to keep youngsters
occupied.
Ronsonet, who worked on
the mural for about three
weeks on and off, said Haven
Hospice is a wonderful part of
the community and she was
thrilled to paint the mural for
children to enjoy.
"It makes me happy that the
children will have a place to
go and escape to," she said.
"Sometimes, it's sad for the
children. It's good for them to
Shave a place where they can
'kind of escape, at least for a
few minutes."
Ronsonet painted butter-
'flies in her mural and outside
the Haven Hospice building
because butterflies symbolize
transformation.
i Although she began paint-
ing in high school, Ronsonet
began painting murals about
1* 13 years ago when she was
Pregnant with her third
. .daughter, Kelbie.
The mural on a wall in


"I like the small-town atmosphere.
I like the fact that you see people you
know and small businesses that are
here are still important. It (Lake City)
is growing. I just don't want it to grow
so fast that it loses the feel of
everybody knowing everybody."
- Kelli Ronsonet,
Lake City artist and resident


LINDSAY DOWNEY/Lake City Reporter
Lake City artist Kelli Ronsonet poses in front of the mural she created inside the children's room at the
Haven Hospice of the Suwannee Valley Care Center on U.S. Highway 90 West.


painted murals and large can-
vases in several Lake City
buildings, including inside the
Blanche Hotel, the mayor's
office, Hampton Inn & Suites
and Melrose Park Elementary
School.
Ronsonet, who attended
Florida School of the Arts,
located on the St. Johns River
Community College campus
in Palatka, said she enjoys
painting when she has free
reign to use her imagination
to create her artwork.
"It's nice when it goes along
and it's easy to do," she said.
When she's not working on
murals, ' Ronsonet enjoys


working in her garden and
spending time with her four
daughters: Justin, 23; Aimee,
20; Kelbie, 12; and Kaylin, 9.
The artist, who is a lifelong
Lake Citian, said she is happy
living in a community where
people are friendly.
"I like the small-town
atmospheree" Ronsonet said.
"I like the fact that you see
people you know and small
businesses that are here are
still important. It (Lake City)
is growing. I just don't want it
to grow so fast that it loses the
feel of everybody knowing
everybody."


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LAKE CITY REPORTER A PLACE CALLED HOME SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2007


YOUTH: Average stay at Sheriff's Boys Ranch in Suwannee County is 13 months.


Continued From Page 1E

The organization was fund-
ed originally by donations and
continues to operate on the
kindness ofoftler Approximately
80 percent of the funding for
the youth ranches comes from
donations.
The Suwannee County Boys
Ranch is a non-profit childcare
program t whose mission is to
prevent juvenile delinquency
among at-risk children
between the ages of
8 and 18.
Located approximately nine
miles north of Live Oak, the
Boys Ranch encompasses
approximately 3,000 acres with
four residential programs and
two camps.
Approximately 80 children
live at the Boys Ranch at any
given time, although the popu-
lation fluctuates. Additional
children receive service from
the center but may not live at
the ranch.
While the Boys Ranch is not
a juvenile detention facility, it
is an intervention program for
children who are headed down
the wrong path, said Maria
Knapp, director of appeals for
the Boys Ranch.
"It's an at-will program," she
said.
For a child to be placed in
the program, the organization
must receive a "Request for
Service" form, which must be
filled out by the child's legal
guardians and then submitted
to the sheriff of the county.
The form is then referred to
the Youth Ranch organization.
"It's then evaluated to see if
we're the best placement for a
child," Knapp said.
If a child is placed at the
Boys Ranch, they will adhere
to the rules enforced by the
organization and its cottage
parents. Cottage parents, a
married couple that has volun-
teered to serve as parents to
the youth residents, basically
serve as parents to 10 boys in
one cottage.
'Their responsibility is to
raise the children," Knapp
said. '"They basically perform
the functions of a mom and


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JENNIFER CHASTEEN/Lake City Reporter
A statue of a sheriff helping a young boy at the Boys Ranch
represents the organization's mission to help children in need.


dad. They will drive them
places and facilitate relation-
ships, but they also have the
unglamorous roles of keeping
up with paperwork and chart-
ing the children's progress."
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for almost six years. Originally
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ple moved to Live Oak and
began working at the Boys
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"We'd been in youth work for
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adding that he and his wife
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vacation Bible schools in the past
Since taking the job, Bryant
said the couple hasn't looked
back.
"It has worked out well for
us," he said. '"We love these


boys that we have here."
He said the combination of
boys they have in the house is
unique and watching how they
interact is interesting.
"We try to teach them basic
social skills and the first thing
we teach them is to learn to
follow an instruction," Bryant
said. "We start with that and
build from there. It's based on
positive motivation. When
they, get here, they have
access to everything. If they
do the right thing, everything
is' available to them. If they
have authority issues or school
issues, those privileges are
taken away until they do what
they need to do."
Bryant said the first time the
boys struggle, they may have
an activity taken away from
them, such as basketball. Once


"Our focus is
reuniting them
after they've
learned what they
need to do to suc-
ceed in the
world:'

- Maria Knapp,
Director of appeals for the
Sheriff's Boys Ranch
they've learned, they gain
access to that activity again.
"If they struggle, we teach
them how to accomplish the
goals and hold them account-
able," he said. "We're here to
help them accomplish the
goals they're here for."
Boys at the ranch have a daily
process they must abide by.
Knapp said the boys are awak-


ened early to do chores, have
breakfast and go to school.
"When the youth first come
to the Boys Ranch, they go to
school on-campus to make sure
they can perform adequately in
schools and make sure their
behavior is where it needs to
be. Then they are able to go to
public schools," she said.
After class, the boys return
home for a snack and then go
to work.
The organization has a well-
organized work program
where each boy has a job and
is paid for his work. The boys
do not receive an allowance, so
they must work to have spend-
ing money.
"They have to apply for the
job, interview and get hired,"
Knapp said. "They can also be
fired or given raises, which
teaches work ethic."
When the boys reach a cer-


tain age, they are allowed to
work off-campus.
After work and on the week-
ends, the boys can participate
in extracurricular activities,
such as fishing, hiking, canoe-
ing, horseback riding, art and
other activities.
The average stay for a child
at the Boys Ranch is about 13
months, Knapp said.
"We do have some youth
that stay for longer periods of
time, though," she said. '"We
have a couple of kids graduat-
ing this year that have been
with us for more than four
years. Our ultimate goal is to
reunite the kids with their fani-
ilies. We don't fulfill the func-
tion of an orphanage anymore.
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