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The Lake City reporter

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Title:
The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title:
Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
Creator:
Lake City reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City, Fla
Publisher:
John H. Perry
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2009
Frequency:
Daily (Monday through Friday)[<1969>-]
Weekly[ FORMER 1967-<1968>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-

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University of Florida
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Volunteer coach busted for drugs


Officials seize drugs
after unrelated call
to county residence.
By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
FORT WHITE - A longtime
Fort White volunteer coach
was arrested Sunday and faces


numerous drug-related charges
after sheriff's deputies allegedly
found cocaine and marijuana in
his home.
Thomas Patrick Daniels, 55,
6260 SW County Road 131 (SW
Tiushiiu.te.u'. Avenue) was arrest-
ed Sunday night by Columbia
County Sheriff's Office deputies.
He was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine, tampering with


evidence, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Though originally held on
no bond, Daniels bonded out
Monday on a $12,000 bond.
Authorities were initially called
to Daniels' home to investigate a
possible attempted suicide by a
woman at the house. However,
while speaking to Daniels and


attempting to find the knife
the woman used in the suicide
attempt, a deputy reported see-
ing Daniels pick up a small
object and place it under a pil-
low. Concerned Daniels possibly
concealed a weapon, the deputy
walked to the area, lifted the pil-
low and allegedly found a small,
brown bottle that contained a
white powder which field tested


positive for cocaine.
Columbia School District
Superintendent Mike Millikin
said he was not aware of Daniels'
arrest and noted Daniels is not
a Columbia School District
employee.
"Mr. Daniels has been a long-
time volunteer for the athletic
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Medicare

counseling
service
planned

Senior Services
Center to host
event on Dec. 4.

By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.comrn
A Medicare counseling
service is scheduled to be
available all day on Dec.
4 at the Columbia County
Senior Services Center in
Lake City.
Mary Lee Tanca, SHINE
Program volunteer, will
help people find the low-
est cost for their prescrip-
tions from among the
54 different plans. SHINE
is an acronym for Serving
Health Insurance Needs
of Elders, Tanca said, but
some people see the word
"insurance" and immediate-
ly stop listening.
This is a free, unbiased,
confidential process to
help elderly people navi-
gate through part of the
maze of Medicare to obtain
prescription drugs at the
lowest cost, she said.
S o SHINE is a service of
the Florida Department of
Elder Affairs.
"People need to come
see us for their Part D,"
Tanca said. "We take their
drug information and run
it through our drug plan-
finder formula to give them
the best prices."
Tanca said people- who
are on Medicare can visit
with her from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. on Dec. 4 at Columbia
County Senior' Services,
628 SE Allison Court. Tanca
will provide one-on-one
service, she said.
Getting paperwork ahead
of the day is helpful to make
the process easier, Tanca
said, although it is not
required. She asks partici-
pants who will provide their
list of prescriptions and
other paperwork ahead of
time to call (800) 262-2243
and ask for "Mary Lee,"
Tanca said.


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Food Lion cashier Glenda Pennington (right) rings up merchandise for Lake City resident Theresa Dekle
Wednesday morning.

Supermarket celebrates

grand opening on city's west side


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com
Hundreds of customers braved
freezing temperatures
Wednesday morning to be
part of the opening of the new
Food Lion supermarket on the
west side of Lake City.
Food Lion officials greeted customer's
who lined up ahead of the store's grand
opening celebration, offering free gift bags
for the store's first 200 customers and a
chance for a month's worth of free
groceries. Customers were able to partake
in samples of some of the grocery store's
offerings, as well as nibble at free donuts
and coffee.
'The turnout is beyond our
expectations," said store manager Mike
Williams. "We really appreciate the support
that this community has given us."
Mayor Stephen Witt cut the
ceremonial ribbon and those who waited in
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Food Lion
opened with a
lot of fanfare
Wednesday
morning, as
residents
lined up
outside the
store in the-
freezing
temperatures
to get a first
look at
the new
supermarket.


SESQUICENTENNIAL


First

event

taking

shape

Local group to
spend $1,100
on billboard ads.
By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com
Steering Committee
members for Lake City's
Sesquicentennial learned
more details Wednesday
about the Jan. 15 kickoff
banquet planned in conjunc-
tion with the local chamber
of commerce.
This .and other discus-
sions during the morning
meeting reflected progress
for the yearlong celebration
of Lake City's 150th year as
a city.
The first day of celebrat-
ing the sesquicentennial
year is a Thursday. At noon
on Jan. 15, a flag with the
sesquicentennial logo on it
will be raised on the flag-
pole in Olustee Park.
A special choir, brought
together by Ministerial
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Poster
unveiled
Lake City Artist Duffy
Soto unveiled the
2009 Battle of Olustee
Festival and Re-enact-
ment poster titled,
'When Johnny Come
Marching Home,'
Wednesday night. Soto
said that the idea for the
poster was simple, 'but
it was the most difficult
to express.' It repre-
sents the heart cry of all
soldiers in all wars, the,
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First Presbyterian
to host eighth
annual dinner.
By MICHAEL MITSEFF
nmmiiitseff@lakecityreporter.corn
The eighth annual First
Presbyterian Church com-
munity Thanksgiving Day
dinner will take place from
noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 27 in the
fellowship liall on the Baya
Drive side of the church.


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dinner and everyone in the
community is invited to
meetl or gI'ood food and fel-
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" Actress Callie Thorne is 39.
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" Countrysinger Dierks
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" Actor Joshua Gomez is 33.
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Providing a happy holiday
Helping put together Thanksgiving meals at Catholic Charities are (from left) Frank Aiello,
Chuck Hilty and Jom Johnston. The men were among the many volunteers who helped Lake
City Regional Catholic Charities Chief Operating Officer Suzanne Edwards create 400
traditional Thanksgiving meals.


Involvement Council looks to parents


By TROY ROBERTS
troberts@lakecityreporter.com

It's a tough question
- how do you get more
parents involved in their
children's education?
It was one members of the
Columbia School District
Family and Community
Involvement Council
attempted to answer at its
meeting Tuesday, offering
up suggestions on how to
improve the relationship
between the school district,
teachers and parents.
Formed during the 2000-
2001 school year and com-
prised of education and
support personnel, as well
as community representa-
tives, the council is tasked
with giving input on edu-
cational issues and review-
ing parent involvement


policies, as well as sharing
ideas and activities from
various school sites.
Tina Roberts, Columbia
School District parent
involvement coordinator,
said that for a school dis-
trict to flourish, it requires
an enhanced, , concerted
effort from teachers and
parents.
So Robert asked the
council three questions
- how to make parents
feel more welcome at the
individual schools, how
to help parents under-
stand the importance of
being involved, and how
to communicate more
effectively?
The answers from those
in attendance varied -
some suggested that the
first contact is the most
important, and that office


staff need to greet every-
one with a smile and cour-
tesy. Others suggested fre-
quent, but informal, "meet
your teacher"-type events
throughout the school year.
Other comments ranged
from enhanced notification
of events, installing a com-
ment or suggestion box, or
simply personal phone calls
from the teacher every so
often.
Roberts said many par-
ents see a phone call from
the teacher as something
negative - a child miss-
ing a homework assign-
ment or not showing up
for class - but she said
positive phone calls prais-
ing a child's accomplish-
ments could reverse that
image.
"Good news like that is
very important," she said.


BIRTHDAY: First event set for Jan. 15
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Subcommilttc Chair Audre'
J: Washington, is slated to
sing at the free daytime
event.
A cake might be cut and
shared with the masses
free on the kickoff day.
While there may be free
cake that afternoon, the
banquet on the night of Jan.
15 is a paid event, with a
limited number of tickets
for sale at $50 each. Sale of
tickets are reportedly going
to be available at some date
after Dec. 1.
The banquet is a com-
bination event and will
also serve as the annual
meeting of the Lake City-
Columbia County Chamber
of Commerce. It is sched-
uled to be held at Lake City
Community College.
Chamber Assistant
Executive Director Gina
Reynolds said the reception
for the banquet will be from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Dinner will
be served at 6:30 p.m., with
Chamber business start-
ing at 7:30 and the 150th
Anniversary Celebration
starting at 8 p.m.
Administration and Event
Coordination Chair Jackie
Kite said she sent invita-
tions to every state and
federal official connected
to Lake City. So far, U.S.
Seri. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.),
State Sen. Steve Oelrich (R-
Gainesville) and State Rep.
Debbie Boyd (D-Newberry)
have reserved seats.
Recently elected Rep.
Leonard Bembry (D-
Madison) will be sent- an


JEFF M. HARDISONILake City Reporter
Members of the Sesquicentennial Steering Committee met
Wednesday to refine plans for events that will kick off the
yearlong celebration of the city's 150th birthday. Members
of the committee are (from left), Stephen Witt, Nick Harwell,
Nicolas Hemes and Paulette Lord.


invitation, Kite said.
In regard to another mat-
ter, Executive Committee,
member Harvey Campbell
questioned a $1,100 pro-
posal that had become a
$3,000 potential purchase.
United Outdoor owns
billboards for rent to adver-
tisers. Fundraising and
Sponsorships Chairman
Nicolas Hemes had
arranged for two billboards
to have ads put on them
for the city's events. The
$1,100 was for production
of the vinyl that goes on the
billboards.
Campbell questioned
this, because he thought
there would be no money.
spent on advertising.
"I never spent one penny
on advertisingforthe Olustee
Festival," he said. "Once you


pay anyone for advertising,
everyone else will want the
same treatment"
Kite said the yearlong
celebration is a newswor-
thy event and she expects
coverage, but rejects pay-
ing for ads.
"We anticipate that indi-
vidual events may be doing
paid advertising," Kite
wrote, "however the execu-
tive board decided to have
no paid advertising during
the. celebration."
Witt, who chairs the
executive committee, said
he understands the $1,100
is the set up cost for the bill-
boards and is not an adver-
tising cost. The contract
with the billboard company
will be considered by the
executive committee at its
meeting set for Tuesday.


City workers secure yearly boots


By JEFF M. HARDISON
jhardison@lakecityreporter.com

When a person sees three city workers
buying .name-brand Wolverine boots and
they use a city credit card, there is not
reason to be concerned, according to Dave
Clanton, executive director of Greater Lake
City Regional Utility Authority.
The city supplies steel-toe shoes to all
municipal employees who must work in
the field, Clanton said. There is a $90 limit,


per year, per employee.
"I even wear steel-toed boots for safety,"
Clanton said, "because I work in the field.
In fact, these are due to be replaced in
March."
Items like boots, hard-hats, safe-
ty glasses and safety vests are in the
city budget under the line-item of per-
sonal protection gear, Clanton said. By
employees wearing equipment to protect
their body, it helps keep injuries and
insurance rates down.


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OPINION


Thursday, November 20, 2008


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Middle


ground


needed


on taxes

C ity government
long has had the
outlook that it
exists and operates
on a never-ending
stream of taxpayer revenue.
If it needs more money, it
either taxes or increases fees
and assessments. The outlook
is tired, but not new for a
government entity at any level.
On Monday night, the
city. was approached by an
organization representing
landlords in Lake City. The
topic of discussion centered on
the need for the city's utility
arm to relax availability fees
on vacant properties. Under
the current structure, rates are
assessed on dwellings - even
current vacant lots that once
supported structures,- on the
premise that water and sewer
service is available at the site.
The fees on vacant areas are
about $50 per month per site.
The city has yet to offer a
reasonable explanation as to
why these availability fees are
mandated. We've heard they
are implemented in other cities
and we've heard from city
leaders that they are required,
but the details of these
explanations have been sketchy
at best.
City government is using
its utility machine to gouge
property owners who have
rental units or vacant lots
scheduled for development. It's
bad business and the city needs
to relax its utility money-grab.
Effective and timely
government decisions cannot
be made in the best interest
of citizens by going through
the normal time-wasting
government hoop-jumping
of forming a committee,
discussing a proposal, possibly
sending out requests for
proposals for a new rate,
discussing the proposals, then
considering making a rate
change. The maybe, maybe not
scenario does not work in this
instance.
City leaders in Lake City do
not need to re-invent the wheel.
The real world is faced with
tight economic times. The City
Council should temporarily
suspend the availability fee.
That's a simple short-term fix
that meets property owners
halfway and will still allow
utility officials time to gather
whatever proposals they
need and have their meetings
to consider any long-term
solutions.
A cooperative middle ground
between City Hall and property
owners should not be this
difficult to find.

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Tom Mayer, editor
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Dink NeSmith, president
Tom Wood, chairman

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Liberals, you need to get a grip


When in doubt,
blame the
media. That
used to be
an over-used
conservative tactic. Now it's
being adopted, apparently, by the
Kool-Aid imbibing Obama fans
who are so blind to the Obamas'
flaws that they scramble mightily
to find someone other than the
Obamas to blame for these flaws.
Let me state for the record
I am neither conservative
nor liberal, Democrat nor
Republican, feminist nor
anti-feminist. Philosophical
or partisan labels make me
nervous and are never entirely
accurate if there is a functioning
brain inside the person so
labeled. We all think for
ourselves and have beliefs that
differ from doctrinal rigidity -
that is, unless we happen to be-
a partisan angling for a political
appointment (the old, 'What's in
it for me' routine.)
As to President-elect Barack
Obama, I probably agree
with him on 90 percent of
his environmental agenda,
90 percent of his diversity
agenda and 20 percent of his
tax policy agenda. I am so far
extremely disappointed with
what I see developing as his
gender agenda: his position
on women's rights. I could go
on, but my point is I dislike
both parties equally for very
different reasons, so any reader
thoughts along the lines of, 'you
Democrat, you Republican,' are
flat out wrong.
I met Rebecca Traister
of Salon.com in Denver at
the Democratic National
Convention. We were both
speaking on a panel of
journalists. She seemed quite
bright, but an article she posted
last week does not reflect
that shining intelligence. Her
vision of Michelle Obama is
clearly obscured to the point
of blindness by her worshipful


Bonnie Erbe
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take on what she calls the
Bam-a-lot family.
The gist of her article is
that Michelle Obama is being
modifiedd' by the media.
She writes that the media
are paying more attention to
Obama's clothes and role as
mother, than to her educational
and career credentials.
An unobscured vision of
. Michelle Obama and her
husband's handlers shows it is
they who are doing that to her,
not the media. Obama herself
described her role as first lady
as 'Mom-in-Chief.' She gave
up her own career to help him
pursue his. She clearly plans to
emulate the retro Laura Bush
rather than the career-oriented
Sen. Hillary Clinton.
An Associated Press story last
week reported, "Valerie Jarrett,
a longtime family friend who
is helping lead the president-
elect transition team, said in a
broadcast interview Sunday:
'Having a seat at .... the table
and being co-president is not
something she's interested in
doing.'"
"First ladies often start out
slow, then pick up the pace as
they become more comfortable
in their roles. An Ivy League-
educated lawyer, Michelle
Obama was criticized during
the campaign and Jarrett's
comments could be taken as the
beginning of an effort to lower
her profile, de-emphasize her
adviser role and present a more
traditional, first lady persona,
possibly to avoid repeating the
mistake the Clintons made."


Another example: Last
week when the Obamas were
in Chicago, Senator Obama
accompanied his wife to a
parent-teacher conference. I
was told of that meeting by a
close friend who is a high-level
Democratic fundraiser. But
Obama's media staffers did'
not push that story. So it was
barely covered. In CNN's online
version, it appeared in the last
paragraph of a sidebar and was
downplayed similarly by other
national media as a feature on
the Obama children's move to
Washington, D.C., rather than
on the front pages.
So as far as Ms. Traister and
other journalists writing that
Mrs. Obama is on the wrong
end of a raw deal from the
media, I have three words of
advice: get a grip. They should
stop morphing Michelle
Obama fronrthe professional
politician she has become,
into Victim-In-Chief. This is
not some media conspiracy
to turn Michelle Obama into
Mrs. Mom, but an Obama
staff contrivance to tone down
Michelle Obama's stridency
and negatives.
After she made campaign trail
comments about being proud
of her country for the first time
(only following her husband's
success) and disparaging
Senator Clinton, the campaign
had no choice but to tone her
down.
It's sad both she and Sen.
Obama are going along with
it. It's beginning to look as if
they're a couple much more
concerned with racial than
gender parity. This may go down
in history as the presidential
race in which the Democrats
backed racial progress and
tossed gender progress
overboard as so much detritus.

* Bonnie Erbe is a TV host and
writes this column for Scripps
Howard News Service.


OTHER OPINION

War is breaking out on the high seas


When pirates
operating off
the coast of
Somalia started
increasing their
attacks on merchant vessels
earlier this year, world leaders
shrugged. When marauders
captured a Ukrainian ship full
of tanks and small arms in
September, they sat up and took
notice. On Saturday, modern-
day buccaneers swooped down
on what may be the largest
ship ever captured by pirates, a
supertanker carrying so much
oil that news of its seizure
caused a temporary uptick in
world crude prices. Is it time to
declare a war on piracy?
The capture of the
Saudi-owned Sirius Star
hundreds of miles off the coast
of Kenya in the Indian Ocean is
the maritime equivalent of a bull
elephant being taken down by a
hyena. The ship is the size of an
aircraft carrier, with sides rising
33 feet from the water line, and
is.capable of carrying about
2 million barrels of oil. Though
no details have emerged on
how the pirates carried out the


attack, which was announced '
Monday by the U.S. Navy,
experts say the raiders probably
used grappling hooks or ladders
to scramble over the side, then
took the tanker's unarmed
crew hostage. Other ships have
thwarted such attacks using
fire hoses, but just as elephants
are seldom on the lookout for
hyenas, the Sirius Star's crew
may have been caught napping.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco will
probably have to hand over
millions of dollars to ransom
its ship and crew, but that's not
the most vexing thing about
the attack. It comes even as
international warships and
private security contractors have
been flocking to the Somali
coast in response to the rise
in piracy, to little avail. Pirates
have responded to the increased
security in their usual hunting
grounds in the Gulf ol Aden by
shifting farther southeast into
the vast Indian Ocean, which is
all but impossible to patrol.
What's more, although
NATO warships, the IU.S. 5th
Fleet and ships from Russia
and India have been successful


in overtaking pirate vessels,
they're seldom sure what to do
with them. No country has yet
been willing to try or imprison
the captured pirates, who are
often simply returned to their
boats after their weapons are
seized. That's not exactly a
powerful deterrent.
The real problem, naval
commanders agree, is that
piracy is the most lucrative
thing going in Somalia, a
war-torn failed state that has
been without a functioning
government (or much of an
economy) since 1991. While
stepped-up sea patrols can help,
they say, what's needed is more
intervention on shore. History
-t.L.,-Ic , they're right; the
notorious 17th century Tortuga
buccaneers ceased their raids
when career opportunities arose
in logging and other Caribbean
industries. There aren't any
easy solutions for Somalia's
many problems, but now that its
woes are threatening world oil
supplies, it seems a good time
to start trying some hard ones.

* Los Angeles Times


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Paul Campos
Paul.Campos@Colorado.edu

Fight food

fascists'

effrontery

Last week I gave a
talk before a
local theatre's
production of Neil
LaBute's play
"Fat Pig." The play revolves
around a workplace romance
between a conventionally
attractive (read: slim) man and
a fat woman.
In today's society this
plot represents an informal
taboo vaguely similar to that
explored 40 years ago in Guess
Who's Coming to Dinner,
when the suave but very black
Sidney Poitier shocked the
very white Spencer Tracy
and Katherine Hepburn by
showing up as their daughter's
dinner date.
My talk involved points I've
made hundreds times over the
past few years, to audiences
ranging in size from a dozen
high school students to a few
million TV viewers.
I spoke about how the
definition of "overweight" used
by our public health authorities
is a bunch of completely
unscientific garbage,
created by pharmaceutical
companies eager to push
the next generation of diet
drugs through the regulatory
pipeline.
I described the absurdity
of various widely held ideas
about weight- that we know
how to make people thinner
(we don't); that haranguing
people about their weight is
doing them a favor (it isn't);
and that the reason there are
fat kids in America is that fat
kids haven't been informed
that it's considered desirable in
this culture to be thin.
This last bit of rampant
insanity, which is at the center
of the government's current
response to the panic over
"childhood obesity," makes
about as much sense as
arguing that poor people are
poor because they haven't
been informed it's considered
desirable in this culture to be
rich.
Anyway, my favorite part
of these talks is usually the
question-and-answer period,
which gives people in the
audience a chance to relate
their own experiences.
On this occasion, the most
,memorable comment was
made by a young woman, who
spoke of becoming extremely
ill and losing a good bit of
weight as a result, and then
getting complimented by
people who had never noticed
she was sick, but now noticed
she was thin.%
I've heard some variation
on this story many times, and,
even for someone who has
spent years dealing with our
social craziness over body
size, it never fails to produce
a certain sense of shock and
awe.
At the end of the evening I
tried to suggest that the best
way to combat this madness
is through individual acts of
rebellion.
Get angry at the lies that
bombard us 24 hours a day
about what's supposedly wrong
with our bodies.
Get angry about a culture
that's dedicated to making
people try to fix things about
themselves that aren't broken.
Eat a doughnut and tell a
food fascist it tasted pretty
damn good. Light a copy of
Vogue on fire.
The revolution starts one
body at a time.

* Paul F. Campos is a law
professor at the University of
Colorado.


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Food Lion customers explore the produce department Wednesday of the newly-opened
supermarket on the west side of Lake City.

FOOD LION: Store opened Wednesday
Continued From Page 1A


line were entertained by band members
from Columbia High School. Once inside
the store, customers flocked to the low-
priced specials for the day, including tur-
keys priced at $.39 cents per pound just in
time for Thanksgiving.
The new 35,000-square-foot Food Lion
supermarket, located in the JDH Capital-
developed Heritage Oaks Shopping Center,
replaces the 20-year-old store that was
located in the old Kmart shopping center.
That store closed in May.
This is one of the first major develop-
ments on the west side of town, furthering
the thought that Lake City expansion will
continue west of Interstate 75.


"I think the big thing is the residen-
tial growth has been strong out there,"
said Jim Poole, executive director of the
Lake City-Columbia County Chamber of
Commerce. 'This kind of pushes the com-
mercial area into a whole new area, where
previously everything has been targeted
between (State Road) 247 and 1-75. I think
this will serve as a catalyst to see more
retail development on the west side of
1-75. Getting the first one is the hard thing
- once you get the first one, people no
longer question whether it will be a good
place for business or not.
"Once the ice is broken, then it changes
the whole picture," Poole said.


'Friends'
gather
Some of the 80
guests at the annual
.Thanksgiving breakfast
enjoy their morning meal
on Tuesday. The Friends
of the Library sponsor
the annual event to say
'Thanks' to volunteers,
friends and patrons of
the library, Columbia
County Library Director
Debbie Paulson said.


DINNER: Open to all in community


Continued From Page 1A
Wally Reichert said.
A traditional Thanks-
giving dinner will be
served which includes tur-
key with gravy as well as
cranberry sauce, mashed
potatoes, sweet potatoes,
green beans, rolls, coffee
or tea and pumpkin pie or
carrot cake.
"Real mashed potatoes
(with lumps), homemade
turkey gravy and some of
the pies are home made,
too," said head cook Edna
Reichert.
The community dinner
last year served more than
350 people with expecta-
tions for more than 400
people to attend this year's
dinner.
"Especially with the
economy the way it is now,"
Wally Reichert said. "The
dinner is for anyone in the
community who would like
to come and join us for
some good food and fellow-
ship."
The dinner brings out
a good cross-section of
the community as well, he
said.
"It's a matter of making
new friends and meeting
with old friends who gather
to enjoy the blessings of
our community."
The Thanksgiving dinner
is not self-serve and all din-
ers are made to leel the
warmth of the season. "My
theory is that everyone
needs to be greeted, seated
and served," Edna said.
She said that more than
35 volunteers from the
church and others help out
during the dinner.
"It's a real high for all
of us who work it," Edna
Reichert said, noting that
her daughter and son-in-
law drive from Jacksonville
to help with the dinner.
"We don't want anyone
to come in and sit by them-,
selves, so we have vol-
unteers from our church
who serve as hosts and
hostesses to greet and


socialize with the people
who come for dinner," Edna
said.
It takes five cooks to put
together the Thanksgiving
dinner that was first cel-
ebrated by the Pilgrims in
1621, at Plymouth, Mass.
"We do have people who
drop by and entertain us,"
Wally Reichert said.
One year a woman who
came for dinner sat down
at the piano and played and
sang for more than an hour,


he said.
"We also have had a hus-
band and wife who enter-
tained us; the wife played
the fiddle and her husband
played the bagpipes," Wally
said. "We never know who
will drop in to entertain us."
The Thanksgiving din-
ner is open to everyone
whether they are home-
less, just lonely, or have no
place else to go.
"Everyone is invited and
welcome," Reichert said.


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Parliament debate
ends in scuffles
BAGHDAD - A heated
parliamentary debate on
the U.S.-Iraq security treaty
was called to an early close
Wednesday as lawmakers loyal
to anti-U.S. cleric Muqtada
al-Sadr scuffled with security
guards for the foreign
minister and the speaker of
the legislature and his two
deputies.
The session was chaotic
from the start, with lawmak-
ers shouting at each other.
Speaker Mahmoud al-
Mashhadani added to the
din by repeatedly yelling at
legislators to sit down or keep
quiet, but failed to restore
order.
The turmoil followed the
announcement by two small
political factions that they
would join al-Sadr's
supporters in opposing the
security pact, which would
allow American forces to stay
in Iraq for three more years.


Arraignment set for
Cheney, Gonzales
RAYMONDVILLE, Texas -
A Texas judge has set a
Friday arraignment for Vice
President Dick Cheney,
former U.S. Attorney General
Alberto Gonzales and others
named in indictments
accusing them of responsibil-
ity for prisoner abuse in a
federal detention center.
Cheney, Gonzales and the
others will not be arrested,
and do not need to appear
in person at the arraignrftent,
Presiding Judge Manuel
Banales said.
In the latest bizarre
development in the case, the
lame-duck prosecutor who
won the indictments was a
no-show in court Wednesday.
The judge ordered Texas
Rangers to go to Willacy
County District Attorney Juan
Guerra's house, check on his
well-being and order him to
court on Friday.
Half of the eight high-profile
indictments returned Monday
by a Willacy County grand
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prosecutors who played a role
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Fort White arrested
Continued From Page 1A


programs down in Fort
White, assisting the Fort
White High School football
team and even going back
a few years to when Fort
White fielded only a middle
school team," Millikin said.
"This is our first notifica-
tion and we will obviously
follow up on it and speak to
the principal of Fort White '
to do everything we can to
ensure the safety and well-
being of our children."
Millikin said Daniels will
be not be allowed to work
with children until the case
is resolved.
Daniels is on the school
district's approved volun-
teer list which contains
more than 4,000 other vol-
unteers. School district
procedures mandate that
each volunteer must reap-
ply annually where a crimi-
nal background and sexual
predator/sexual offender
check is also conducted for
a volunteer to be approved.
Under school board pol-
icy, school board employ-
ees - especially those


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OBITUARIES

Booker T. Ross, Sr
Booker T. Ross was born to the
late. Leslie and Flossie Ross on
April 27, 1964. He attended
Columbia Hligh School. Booker
T. relocated
to Orlando,
Florida where he
accepted Christ
and joined the St.
John Missionary
Baptist Church
in Orlando. He
entered into the construction field.
He leaves to cherish his memory:
six loving .children. Booker T.,,
Ross, Jr., Ronnie Williamson-
Ross, Booketta T. Ross, all- of.-
Lake City, FL.: Robin (Latrina)
Williamson-Ross of Georgia,
DeShonda Ross (Tommy) A of
Orlando, FL., Danetris Davis-
Ross of Jacksonville, FL.;
four sisters, Goria Jernigan of
Gainesville, FL., Linda (Larry)
Williams, Annette (Jimmy)
Perkins, Elsie Jennings, all of
Lake City, FL.; four brothers,
Leslie (Elizabeth) Ross, Jr. of
Orlando, FL., Milton Ross, James
(Valerie) Taylor, Joe Taylor,
all of Lake City, FL.; fourteen
grandchildren: a special and
devoted former wife, Phyllisteen
Ross-Reese; and a host of aunts,
uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins
and friends. Funeral services for
Booker T. will be on Saturday,
November 22, 2008 at 1:00 P.M.
at Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church.
Visitation with'the family will
be held Friday November 21,
2008 from 6:00- 8:00 P.M. at
Combs Funeral Home Chapel.
Arrangements are entrusted to
COMBS FUNERAL HOME,
292 NE Washington Street,
Lake City, FL. (386)752-4366.
Marq Combs-Turner, L.F.D.
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Thursday, November 20, 2008


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Section B


BRIEFS

SEMINOLES
Gathering today
at Shrine Club
The final meeting of
the football season for
the Lake City Seminole
Booster Club is today
at the Shrine Club on
Brown Road. The menu
is fried gator tail and
chili. Bring a dessert and
a lawn chair. There will
be a bonfire and auction.
For details, call
752-4788.
CHS SOFTBALL
Meeting planned
for Monday
A mandatory meeting
for players interested in
trying out for Columbia
High softball, and their
parents, is set for
6:15 p.m., Monday, in the
senior picnic area at the
school.
For details, call Jimmy
Williams at 303-1192.

DUCKS UNLIMITED
Annual banquet
set for Dec. 6
The 33rd annual
Ducks Unlimited
banquet and fundraiser
is 6 p.m., Dec. 6, at the
Lake City Shrine Club.
A seafood buffet will be
served and there will be
live and silent auctions.
For details, call
Michael Andrews at
365-0892.
FLAG FOOTBALL
Registration
is under way
Registration for Christ
Central Sports flag
football and cheerleading
for ages 5-13 is ongoing.
For details, call Ronnie
at 365-2128.
- From staff reports

GAMES

Today
* Fort White High
boys soccer at The Rock
School, 3:30 p.m.
* Columbia High boys
basketball vs. P.K. Yonge
School in preseason
game at Buchholz High,
5 p.m.
Friday
* Columbia High boys
soccer vs. Bay High
at Meadows Soccer
Complex in Tallahassee,
6 p.m.
* Columbia High boys
basketball vs. Buchholz
High in preseason game
at Gainesville High,
6:30 p.m.
* Fort White High girls
soccer vs. Williston High,
7 p.m.
* Columbia High girls
basketball vs. Leesburg
High, 7:30 p.m. (JV-6)
* Columbia High girls
soccer vs. Washington
High at Meadows Soccer
Complex in Tallahassee,
8 p.m.
* Fort White High
football at Pensacola
Catholic High in region
semifinal, 7:30 p.m.
(CST)
Saturday
* Columbia High girls
soccer vs. Buchholz
High, Maclay High
at Meadows Soccer
Complex in Tallahassee,
11 a.m., 1 p.m.
* Columbia High boys
soccer vs. Gainesville
High at Meadows Soccer
Complex in Tallahassee,
11 a.m.; vs. St. Johns at
Maclay High, 3 p.m.
* Columbia High girls
basketball vs. Lake Weir


High, 3 p.m.
I


Final tally



for Tigers


CHS football
stats better than
season record.
By TIM KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter.com
Columbia High football
outscored opponents 224-
190 and outgained them
2,838-2,324 yards, but only
produced a 4-6 record.
After an opening loss at
Camden County High (31-
0), Columbia beat Buchholz
High (27-21) in overtime at


Fort





final


home.
Road losses to Fleming
Island High (17-16) and
Terry Parker High (26-21)
followed, then the Tigers
clawed back to .500 with
a home win over Oviedo
High (23-20) and a District
5-4A win at Middleburg
High (51-7).
A three-loss run with
Orange Park High (13-
10 at home), Nease High
(24-15 on the road) and
Ridgeview High (31-14 for
TIGERS continued on 3B


PAUL BUCHANAN/Special to the Reporter
Columbia High defenders Brock Bessant (22), Marquis Davis (34), and Damarquis Williams
(24) converge on Suwannee High quarterback Jason Bullock (8) during the Tigers 47-0 win
in Lake City on Friday night.


White


makes


preparations


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Fort White's Alexis Blake (4) bursts through Santa Fe's defensive line to gain more yardage in the Battle for the Paddle on Friday night. Fort White retained
the paddle in the 27-24 win against Santa Fe.

Indians have final home practice before leaving for Pensacola


By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter.com
FORT WHITE - The
Fort White Indians met on
Wednesday for their final
practice at home before
moving on to Pensacola for
final preparations of their
first-round playoff game
against the Pensacola
Catholic Crusaders.
"We had a good,
energetic practice," Coach
Demetric Jackson said.
"The guys looked crisp out
there today."
Today, the schedule
will change from a normal
routine for the Indians as
they make their way to
Pensacola.
Fort White is scheduled
to have a team picture for
the playoffs taken at
11 a.m. before the team


"We know teams want to stack up
against the run. If they stack up,
then we'd like to throw it."
- Demetric Jackson,
Fort White Indians, head coach


meal at 12:30 p.m.
Following lunch, the
Indians will meet the high
school for a pep rally at
1 p.m. At the conclusion of
the pep rally, the Indians
will board a bus and travel
to the city of Quincy.
Once in Quincy, the
Indians have a practice
planned from 3:30-5:30 p.m.,
but the Indians don't expect
that to throw a wrench in
the Indians' plans.
"It shouldn't have any
effect," Jackson said.
'Thursday is a mental day,
anyway."


Following practice,
the Indians have another
planned meal, before
finishing the ride to
Pensacola, where they will
spend the night before the
game.
"We kind of treat this
like a business trip,"
Jackson said. "We have a
lot of seniors and
veterans on this team.
Being at home or on the
road shouldn't have any
effect."
Fort White plans to
come out with the
same game plan as all


season, balancing the
offense, while playing
fundamentally sound on
the defensive side.
"We always want to be
balanced with the run and
the pass," Jackson said.
"We want to stay out of
predictable situations, like
third and long. On defense,
we want to be simple, and
fly to the ball. We want to
play smart, but play hard."
In the past couple of weeks,
teams have shown a tendency
to stack up in the box in order
to stop running back Xavier
Blake. This could play to the
Indians' advantage as
quarterback Alex Gilmer has
become more
consistent in his first half play
over the last couple of weeks.
"We know teams want to
stack up against the run,"
Jackson said. "If they stack


up, then we'd like to throw
it, and if they sit back in
cover two, then we'll run
it."
The Indians and coach
Jackson were also very
pleased with the recent
donations from the
surrounding communities
as they were able to raise
enough money so that Fort
White may be comfortable
on their playoff journey.
"I'm so thankful for
this community, even
though I know it's rough
times," Jackson said. 'The
economy isn't like it was
this time last year. I'm just
thankful for this
community and the
surrounding communities,
and the financial contribu-
tioris that they have made
in order for us to be
comfortable on this trip."















LAKE CITY REPORTER SPORTS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008


SCOREBOARD


TELEVISION

TV sports

Today
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
7:30 p.m.
ESPN - Miami at Georgia Tech
GOLF
2 p.m.
TGC - LPGA, ADT Championship,
first round, at West Palm Beach
I a-m.
TGC - European PGA Tour, Hong
Kong Open, second round
MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
4:30 p.m.
ESPN2 - Puerto Rico Tip-Off,
quarterfinal, Chattanooga vs. Memphis, at
San Juan, Puerto Rico
7 p.m.
ESPN2 - 2K Sports Classic, semifinal,
at New York
9 p.m.
ESPN2 - 2K Sports Classic, semifinal,
at NewYork
NBA BASKETBALL
8:15 p.m.
TNT - Detroit at Boston
10:30 p.m.
TNT - L.A. Lakers at Phoenix


FOOTBALL

NFL games

Today's Game
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 8:15 p.m.
Sunday's Games
N.Y.Jets atTennessee, I p.m.
Tampa Bay at Detroit, I p.m.
Chicago at St. Louis, I p.m.
New England at Miami, I p.m.
San Francisco at Dallas, I p.m.
Buffalo at Kansas City, I p.m.
Houston at Cleveland, I p.m.
Philadelphia at Baltimore, I p.m.
Minnesota at Jacksonville, I p.m.
Oakland at Denver, 4:05 p.m.
Carolina at Atlanta, 4:15 p.m.
Washington at Seattle, 4:15 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Arizona, 4:15 p.m.
Indianapolis at San Diego, 8:15 p.m.
Monday's Game
Green Bay at New Orleans, 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 27
Tennesseesat Detroit, 12:30 p.m.
Seattle at Dallas, 4:15 p.m.
Arizona at Philadelphia, 8:15 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 30
Miami at St. Louis, I p.m.
Carolina at Green Bay, I' p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Washington, I p.m.
San Francisco at Buffalo, I p.m.
Baltimore at Cincinnati, I p.m.
Indianapolis at Cleveland, I p.m.
New Orleans at Tampa Bay, I p.m.,
Atlanta at San Diego, 4:05 p.m.
Denver at N.Y. Jets, 4:15 p.m.
Kansas City at Oakland, 4:15 p.m.
Pittsburgh at.Newv England,4:15 p.m.
Chicago at Minnesota, 8:15 p.m.
Monday, Dec. I
Jacksonville at Houston, 8:30 p.m.

College games

Today
Miami (7-3) at Georgia Tech
(7-3), 7:30 p.m.
Grambling St. (8-2) vs.Texas Southern
(2-6) at San Antonio, 9:05 p.m.

Friday
Buffalo (6-4) at Bowling Green (5-5),
6 p.m.
Miami (Ohio) (2-8) at Toledo (2-8),
7 p.m.
Fresno St. (6-4) at San Jose St. (6-5),
9:30 p.m.

College scores

Tuesday
N. Illinois 42, Kent St. 14


BASKETBALL

NBA games

Tuesday's Games
Orlando 103,Toronto 90
Indiana 113, Atlanta 96
Miami 94,Washington 87
Dallas 100, Charlotte 83
Boston 110, New York 101
Cleveland 106, New Jersey 82
Memphis 109, Sacramento 94
Denver 114, Milwaukee 105
L.A. Lakers 116,'Chicago 109
Golden State I11 , Portland 106
Wednesday's Games
Washington at Atlanta (n)
Toronto at Miami (n)
Cleveland at Detroit (n)
Dallas at Houston (n)
L.A. Clippers at Oklahoma City (n)
Sacramento at New Orleans (n)
Philadelphia at Minnesota (n)
Denver at San Antonio (n)
Milwaukee at Utah (n)
Chicago at Portland (n)
Today's Games
Detroit at Boston, 8 p.m.
LA. Lakers at Phoenix, 10:30 p.m.
Friday's Games
Orlando at Indiana, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at Toronto, 7p.m.
Houston at Washington, 7 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Charlotte at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
Boston at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
SUtah at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.
NewYork at Milwaukee,8:30 p.m.
Memphis at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
New Orleans at Oklahoma City,
9:30 p.m.
Portland at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Chicago at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
Denver at LA. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.

Top 25 games


Today's Games
No. 4 UCLA vs. Michigan at Madison
Square Garden, 9:15 p.m.
No. 10 Duke vs. Southern Illinois at
Madison Square Garden, 7 p.m.
No. 13 Memphis vs. Chattanooga at
Coliseo de Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto
Rico, 4:30 p.m.
No. 18 Florida vs. Southern Utah,
8 p.m.
No. 19 Southern California vs. Seton
Hall at Coliseo de Puerto Rico, San Juan,
Puerto Rico, 7 p.m.


College scores

Tuesday
EAST
Boston U. 71, Bucknell 68, OT
Buffalo 69, Canisius 64
Drexel 66, Penn 64
Florida St. 65, La Salle 61
Lafayette 80, Stony Brook 71
Navy 75, St. Francis, NY 63
Providence 100, Dartmouth 82
Robert Morris 86, Delaware 75
Syracuse 76, Richmond 71
Vermont 89,Yale 58
SOUTH
E. Kentucky 69,Winston-Salem 44
Elon 83, S.Virginia 55
Jacksonville St. 69,West Alabama 48
Lamar 78, Louisiana-Lafayette 68
Longwood 85, Gardner-Webb 84
La.Tech 80, Grambling St. 74, OT
Maryland 73,Youngstown St. 49
Mississippi 89, South Alabama 71
North Carolina 77, Kentucky 58
Radford 86, Bridgewater,Va. 46
S. Carolina St. 98, Allen 68
Savannah St. 66, Coastal Carolina 65
Southern Miss. 74,Alabama St. 61
Stetson 64. Bethune-Cookman 58,
OT
Tennessee 91,Tenn.-Martin 64
Tennessee Tech 83, Lipscomb 72
UNC Asheville 84. Liberty 56
VMI 118, Maryland Bible College 72
W. Kentucky 62, Campbellsville 48
MIDWEST
Akron 72,Winthrop 58
Cincinnati 82,Texas Southern 51
Evansville 75, Oakland City 51
Indiana 60, IUPUI 57
Kansas 85, Florida Gulf Coast 45
N. Dakota St. 128, Mayville St. 64
N. Illinois 86, Indiana St. 79
Valparaiso 69, UCF 52
W. Michigan 71, Detroit 58
Wisconsin 88, SIU-Edwardsville 58
SOUTHWEST
Baylor 90.Centenary 55
Houston I 10,Alcorn St. 57
Texas 76,Tulane 51
Texas A&M 55, Stephen FAustin 48
UTEP 96, Georgia Southern 79
FAR WEST
Arizona St. 59, San, Diego St. 52
BYU 82, Pepperdine 53
California 87, San Francisco 74
Colorado St. 85, N. Colorado 74
Gonzaga 80, Idaho 46
Montana St. 85, Colorado 82, OT
Portland St. 81, Portland 76
San Diego 65, Nevada 51
Southern Cal 73, New Mexico St. 60
Stanford 103, CS Northridge 85
UC Riverside 61, Sacramento St. 49
UNLV 73,Texas-Pan American 48
Utah 79,Wis.-Green Bay 60
Washington 78, Cleveland St. 63
Wash. St. 55, Fairleigh Dickinson 33
TOURNAMENTS
Dick's Sporting Goods
NIT Season Tip
Second Round
Boston College 82. St.John's 70
Cornell 82, Loyola, Md. 72
Florida Atlantic 65, Santa Clara 61
Georgia 61 I, E. Michigan 60
James Madison 62, MVSU 54
Oklahoma 82, Davidson 78
Purdue 78, Loyala ,of Chicago 46
UAB 72, Arizona 71

Florida St. 65,
La Salle 61

At Philadelphia
FLORIDA ST. (2-0)
DeMercy 3-6 3-4 9, Singleton 2-6 2-4
6, Reid 4-7 3-5 I I,Alabi 1-4 4-4 6, Douglas
5-144-5 18, Gibson 0-0 3-4 3, Loucks 0-2
0-0 0, Dulkys 2-5 0-0 6, Echefu 2-4 2-2 6.
Totals 19-48 21-28 65.
LA SALLE (1-1)
Goodridge 3-7 1-2 7, Mekongo Mbala
4-10 4-4 13,J.Williams. 3-6 3-4 10O.Barrett
3-8 2-4 8, Green 3-15 0-I 6, Partin I-2 0-0
2,Johnson 2-3 3-3 7, Guillandeaux 3-9 0-0
8.Totals 22-60 13-18 61.
Halftime-La Salle 22-19. 3-Point
Goals-Florida St. 6-15 (Douglas 4-7,
Dulkys 2-4, Singleton 0-1, Loucks 0-1,
DeMercy 0-2), La Salle 4-21 (Gtillandeaux
2-5, J.Williams 1-3, M'ekongo Mbala 1-5,
Johnson 0-1, Barrett 0-3, Green 0-4).
Fouled OQut-Reid. Rebounds-Florida St.
34 (Alabi 7), La Salle 36 (Mekongo Mbala
I I).Assists-Florida St. 13 (DeMercy 4),
La Salle 16 (Green 7).Total Fouls-Florida
St. 20, La Salle 19.A-3,314.


AUTO RACING

Race week

NASCAR SPRINT CUP
Last race: Jimmie Johnson locked up
his third consecutive championship with a
solid 15th-place run, beating Carl Edwards
by 69 points to join Cale Yarborough
as the only drivers in NASCAR history
to win three straight titles. Yarborough
did it 30 years ago, under a different
scoring system and in a very different
NASCAR. Edwards led a race-high 157
laps to win Sunday's season-ending race
at Homestead-Miami Speedway But his
series-high ninth win of the year wasn't
enough to wrest away the Sprint Cup
title.
Next race: Budweiser Shootout,
Daytona Beach, Feb. 7, 2009.
On the Net: http://www.nascar.comn
NASCAR NATIONWIDE
Last race: Carl Edwards won the
season-ending Ford 300, but came up
21 points short in his attempt to over-
take Clint Bowyer for the NASCAR
Nationwide Series championship. All
Bowyer had to do to keep Edwards
from winning a second straight title was
finish in the top eight, and he did that
easily, finishing fifth. Edwards wrested
the lead from Kyle Busch late in the race
and stayed out front to the end of the
200-lap event at Homestead-Miami
Speedway, earning his seventh Nationwide


victory and keeping Busch from recording
a record I Ith Nationwide victory.
Next race: Camping World 300,
Daytona Beach, Feb. 14, 2009.
NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCKS
Last race: A two-tire stop and a late
decision to stay on track during a caution
period were just enough to give Johnny
Benson the Series title by seven points
over Ron Hornaday in a race that went
to overtime. Todd Bodine won the Ford
200, but all eyes were on the champi-
onship contenders as Flornaday tried


desperately to make up ground after
falling behind in the pits during the final
caution at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Benson, who came into the race with a
three-point lead, finished seventh, one
position ahead of Hornaday.
Next race: Daytona 250, Daytona
Beach, Feb. 13, 2009.
NHRA
Last event: Cruz Pedregon won his
second NHRA Funny Car season cham-
pionship, and first in 16 years, with a
victory in the season-ending Auto Club
NHRA Finals in Southern California. Eddie
Krawiec won his first POWERade Series
crown in Pro Stock Motorcycle, and did
so without winning a race during the
season. He joined Rob Bruins, the 1979
Top Fuel champ, as the only drivers in
NHRA history to win a season title
without earning an individual race victory.
Larry Dixon, Greg Anderson, and Chris
Rivas also claimed race victories. Dixon
raced to his second win of the season in
Top Fuel, Anderson claimed his sixth Pro
Stock victory of the season and Rivas
continued his hot streak in Pro Stock
Motorcycle by inning his third race in
a row, defeating newly crowned season
champ Krawiec in the final round.
Next event: Auto racing, NHRA,
Winternationals. Pomona, Calif., Feb. 5-8,
2009.
On the Net: http://www.nhro.com
FORMULA ONE
Last race: Lewis Hamilton of McLaren
became Formula One's youngest
champion, making a pass on the final turn
of the race to finish fifth in the Brazilian
Grand Prix and win the title by one point
over Felipe Massa. Ferrari's Massa won
the race in front of his home crowd, but
it wasn't enough to erase te seven-point
lead Hamilton held entering the season-
ending race. Just one year after Hamilton
lost the title by one point after entering
the final race with a seven-point lead, the
23-year-old Briton passed Toyota's Timo
Glock on the last lap to win the champi-
onship. Fernando Alonso was 24 when he
won the title in 2005 for Renault.
Next race: ING Australian Grand Prix,
Melbourne, March 29,2009.
On the Net: http://www.formnutal.com
INDY RACING LEAGUE
Last race: Ryan Briscoe has won the
Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise, Australia ,
taking the lead when fellow Australian and
pole sitter Will Power crashed out on the
17th lap. Team Penske's Briscoe finished
the 60-lap race on the 2.8-mile, 14-turn
temporary street circuit 0.5019 seconds
ahead of Indy 500 winner Scott Dixon
of New Zealand. American Ryan Hunter-
Reay was third.
Next race:Grand Prix of St. Petersburg,
April 5. 2009.
On the Net: http://www.indycor.com


GOLF

Golf week

LPGATOUR
ADT Championship
Site:West Palm Beach
Schedule:Today-Sunday.
Course:Trump International Golf Club
(6.523 yards, par 72).
Purse: $1.55 million. Winner's share:
$1 million.
Format:The 32-player field will be cut
to 16 after the second round and to eight
after the third. Scores will be reset at
even after the second and third rounds.
Television: Golf Channel (Today-Friday,
2-4 p.m., 6:30-8:30 p.m.; Saturday, 2-4 p.m.,
6:30-8:30 p.m., II p.m.-I a.m.) and NBC
(Sunday, 3-6 p.m.).
PGA EUROPEAN TOUR/
ASIAN TOUR
Hong Kong Open
Site: Hong Kong.
Schedule Today-Sunday.
Course: Hong Kong Golf Club (6,749
yards, par 70).
Purse: $2.5 million. Winner's share:
$416,670.
Television: Golf Channel (Today-
Sunday, 1-4 a.m., 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.).


SOCCER

MLS Cup

.At Carson, Calif.
Sunday
Columbus vs. New York, 3:30 p.m.


HOCKEY

NHL games

Tuesday's Games
Carolina 2, Montreal I
Edmonton 7, Columbus 2
Minnesota 2, Pittsburgh I, SO
Florida 4,Tampa Bay 3,SO
Chicago 3, Phoenix 2. SO
Calgary 4, Colorado I
Wednesday's Games
Buffalo at Boston (n)
Vancouver at N.Y. Rangers (n)
Washington at Anaheim (n)
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Florida at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Montreal at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.
Vancouver at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Chicago at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Detroit at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Calgary at Colorado, 9 p.m.
Washington at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Friday's Games
Phoenix at Carolina, 7 p.m.
Florida at Boston, 7 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m.
Nashville atTampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Anaheim at St. Louis, 8:30 p.m.


BOXING


Fight schedule

Today
At HP Pavilion, San Jose, Bobby
Pacquiao, Philippines, vs. Robert Frankel,
Denver, 10 lightweights.
Friday
At Casino Rama, Ontario, Canada,
Steve Molitor, Canada, vs. Celestino
Caballero, Panama, 12, for Molitor's
WBA-IBF bantamweight title ; Raymond
Olubowale, Canada, vs. Grzegorz Kielsa,
Canada, 10, heavyweights.


COURTESY PHOTO

Sprucing up CHS tennis facility

Southside Tennis Club members show new court numbers the club has purchased for the
Columbia High tennis complex. Southside Tennis Club also bought and installed new
windscreens. Total costs of the improvements exceeded $3,000. 'This is Southside Tennis
Club's way of saying thank you to the Columbia School District and to Principal Terry
Huddleston for allowing us to use their beautiful facility,' club president Russell Waters said.


League reports

Results of Lake City Bowl league
play follows.
MONDAY NIGHT MAVERICKS
Team standings: 1. Ronsonet
Buick (30.5-13.5); 2. Lake City Bowl
(30-14); 3. Team 2 (29-15).
High scratch game: 1. Carl
McGhghy 267; 2. Wally Howard Jr.
258; 3. Josh Bisque 237.
High scratch series: 1. Carl
McGhghy 689; 2. Wally Howard Jr.
637; 3. Gregg Moravec 635.
High handicap game: 1. Carl
McGhghy 291; 2. Lee Young 267;
3. Wally Howard Jr. 261.
High handicap series: 1. Carl
McGhghy 761; 2. Lee Young 683;
3. Roger Webb 673.
High average: 1. Zech Strohl
210.39; 2. Robert Stone 208.91;
3. Wally Howard Jr. 207.33.
(results from Nov. 10)
MONDAY LADIES
Team standings: 1. Mambajambas;
2. Lake City Bowl; 3. Alley Up.
High , scratch game: 1. Ida
Hollingsworth 233; 2. Julia Myers
199; 3. Kim Bias 197.
High scratch series: 1. Ida
Hollingsworth 580; 2. Lorretta Perdue
543; 3. Shannon Howard 533.
High handicap game: 1. Ida
Hollingsworth 252; 2. KIm Bias 248;
3. Dee Nickodam 240.
High handicap series: 1. Lorretta
Perdue 684; 2. Shannon Howard 641;
3. Ida Hollingsworth 637.
High average: 1. Jackie Young
193; 2. Julia Myers 182.
(results from Nov. 10)
DRIFTERS
Team standings: 1. Eric's Green
Machine; 2. Mud Dawgers; 3. S & F's.
High scratch game: 1. Phyllis
Benton 181; 2. Blair Bannister 174;
3. Shawn Davison 171. 1. John Smith
227; 2. (tie) Chris Sanders, Bryan
Taylor 214.
High scratch series: 1. Phyllis


BOWLING


Benton 506; 2. Patti Wethington 455;
3. Donna Wynkoop 454. 1. John
Smith 620; 2. Rex Robinson 572;
3. Chris Sanders 565.
High handicap game: 1. Oni Allen
231; 2. Marty Sanders 224; 3. Udia
Strickland 222. 1. Curtis Moates 263;
2. John Smith 253; 3. Bryan Taylor
245.
High handicap series: 1. Phyllis
Benton 614; 2. Lidia Strickland 612;
3. Oni Allen 606. 1. John Smith
698; 2. Curtis Moates 688; 3. Rex
Robinson 650.
High average:* 1. (tie) Phyllis
Benton, Cythe Shiver 165. 1. Chris
Sanders 189; 2. Tim Wethington 187.
(results from Nov. 11)
TGIF
Team standings: 1. The Control
Freaks (30-14); 2. BDR Hay Sales
(27-17); 3. Gutter Dusters (25-19).
High scratch game: 1. Wendy
Perry 224; 2. Karen Coleman 212;
3. Ida Hollingsworth 207. 1. Wally
Howard 257; 2. Rich Madden 256;
3. Jay Waterbury 248.
High scratch series: 1. Wendy
Perry 575; 2. Candace Christie'571;
3. Ida Hollingsworth 553. 1. Wally
Howard 749; 2. Rich Madden 722;
3. Mitchell Young 654.
High handicap game: 1. Wendy
Perry 246; 2. Ida Hollingsworth 237;
3. (tie) Karen Coleman, Candace
Christie 233, 1. Rich Madden 271;
2. Wally Howard 268; 3. Jay Waterbury
264.
High handicap series: 1. Candace
Christie 664; 2. Melody Snipes 653;
3. Chi Snipes 647. 1. Wally Howard
782; 2. Rich Madden 767; 3. Jim
Wynkoop 718.
(results from Oct. 31)


Youth league

LAKE CITY MAJORS
Team standings: 1. Great Balls of
Fire (25-11); 2. Watch This! =) (21-15);
3. Team 1 (20-16).


High scratch game: 1. Christine
Peters 176; 2. Samantha Sykes 174;
3. Sara Sykes 172. 1. Dalton Coar
222; 2. Garrett Shay 198; 3. (tie) Nick
Blackie, Wesley Pippins 191.
High scratch series: 1. Samantha
Sykes 479; 3. Sara Sykes 470;
3. Christine Peters 450. 1. Dalton
Coar 575; 2. Wesley Pippins 521;
3. Nick Blackie 498.
High handicap game:- 1. Anna
Barwick 228; 2. Holly Conway 226;
3. Danielle Patterson 225. 1. Dalton
Coar 260; 2. (tie) Wesley Pippins,
Garrett Shay 245.
High handicap series: 1. Samantha
Sykes 626; 2. Danielle Patterson 611;
3. Holly Conway 607. 1. Dalton Coar
689; 2. Wesley Pippins 683; 3. Jared
Carmichael 641.
LAKE CITY MAJORS SCRATCH
Team standings: 1. Locked "N"
Loaded (24-12); 2. Tenacious Turtles
(21.5-14.5); 3. The 3 Ha-Ha Boys
(20.5-15.5).
High scratch game: 1. Sarah
Wethington 226; 2. Megan Brackin
202; 3. Samantha Blake 193. 1. Dale
Coleman 223; 2. Dustin Coleman 216;
3. Dustin Coleman 215.
High scratch series: ,1. Sarah
Wethington 539; 2. Samantha Blake
531; 3. Megan Brackin 497. 1. Dustin
Coleman 625; 2. Adam Alford 612;
3. D.J. Suhl Jr. 551.
LAKE CITY JUNIORS
Team , standings: 1.
Habunogaskwaga (27-9); 2-. It's
Saturday Again (22-14); 3. Bowling
Kings (21-15).
High handicap game: 1. Courtney
Schmitt 213; 2. Leslie Ammerman
196; 3. (tie) Jessie Gleaton, Callie
Pierce 187. 1. David Senokossoff
230; 2. Jordan Salzer 218; 3. Pete
Marziliano 216.
High handicap series: 1. Courtney
Schmitt 550; 2. Robin Croft 538;
3. Callie Pierce 535. 1. Jordan Salzer
594; 2. Brandon Shrum 592; 3. Pete
Marziliano 569.
(results from Nov. 1)


No. 23 Miami (7-3, 4-2 ACC)


at Georgia Tech (7-3,4-3)


Line:

Georgia Tech by 31 .

Series Record: -

Georgia Tech leads 9-4.

Last Meeting:

2007, Georgia Tech won 17-14.



What's at Stake

First-place Miami is looking to move a step closer to clinching a
spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game. Georgia
Tech is looking to finish with a winning record in the conference and
keep alive its long-shot hopes of taking first in the Coastal Division.


Key Matchup

Miami's defense will have its hands full against Georgia Tech's
triple-option offense, which has been highly effective when it doesn't
beat itself. The Yellow Jackets are averaging 250 yards a game on
the ground, while the Hurricanes' run defense is ranked third in the
ACC and 19th nationally with an average of just under 107 yards.


Players to Watch

Miami: Freshman QB Robert Marve must avoid the big mistakes.
He's one of the ACC's lowest rated passers and has been inter-
cepted 10 times in nine games, while throwing for only seven touch-
downs.
Georgia Tech: RB Jonathan Dwyer has sure taken to coach Paul
Johnson's option offense. He leads the ACC in rushing with 1,056
yards, including 302 in the Yellow Jackets' last two games.

Facts & Figures

Miami will take the field as a ranked team for first time since Sept.
16, 2006, against Louisville. The Hurricanes lost 31-7 that day and
weren't listed in the next 41 AP polls. ... Georgia Tech has won three
straight in the series and is 7-2 overall against the Hurricanes at
Bobby Dodd Stadium. ... Ten Georgia Tech players who started the
season opener have combined to miss 200 games because of
injuries.


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JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow (15) rushes ahead for a touchdown against the
University of Kentucky in the Gators' 63-5 victory over the Wildcats on Oct. 25. The Gators
will host The Citadel Saturday at Ben Hill Grifftn stadium at 1:30 p.m. as they tune up for the
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homecoming) closed out
a playoff spot and sealed a
losing season.
The Tigers brought back
the Old Oaken Bucket with
a 47-0 win over Suwannee
High for Senior Night.
Columbia had 1,465
yards passing on 109 of
226 completions. Included
were 11 touchdown passes
and 16 interceptions.
Cameron Sweat was 51
of 94 for 721 yards with
seven touchdowns and
four interceptions. Kam
Fasnacht was 55 of 129
for 606 yards with three
touchdown passes and 12
interceptions. Tiger Powell
was 3 of 3 for 138 yards
and one touchdown.
Jerry Thomas led the
Tigers in receptions and
yardage with 27 catches
for 394 yards. Quartez
Pate had 25 catches for
287 yards. Powell caught
15 passes for 183 yards.


Fasnacht had 10 recep-
tions for 123 yards.
Single-digit receivers
were: Dwayne Edwards
7-106; Sweat 7-78; Jaron
Wilson 6-75; Paul Hollie 4-
112; Zach Espenship 3-45;
Julio Viens 2-24; Charnavis
Queen 2-12; and, Shane
Washington 1-26.
Columbia gained 1,373
yards on the ground, led
by Powell with 839 yards
on 197 carries. Bertiard
McNeal had 14 carries for
232 yards and Damarquis
Williams had 25 carries for
107 yards.
Rushers with less than
100 yards were: Fasnacht
62-99; Wilson 8-41; Queen
10-34, Pate 9-19; Thomas
3-5; and, Sweat 16-(-3).
Powell also led the
Tigers in scoring with
15 touchdowns (11 rush,
four pass) and 92 points.
John Robinson totaled 25
points with 19 PATs and


two field goals. McNeal
had 20 points on three
touchdowns and a safety.
Thomas caught three TD
passes for 18 points.
Pate had eight points
with a touchdown catch
and two-point conversion.
Wilson, Edwards, Queen,
Williams, Sweat, Viens
and Hollie each score
one touchdown. Darren
Faulkner kicked five
PATs.
Chris Dickey scored a
touchdown on an intercep-
tion, and he led the team in
picks with four.
Marquis Davis returned
a blocked field goal for a
touchdown and had. one
interception.
Anjre Caldwell and
Daron Huff each had one
pick. There was one team
safety.
Columbia's defense gave
up 2,324 yards - 1,228
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(I.L MI .A\ 1 COUNTY lil.L.IS
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lIl) Nt). s2008 P
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maiked "Sealed Bid for the CO-
1.I1MBIA COUNTY- ILLIlSVILLl:
WATER MAIN INSTALLATION"
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COLUMBIA COUNTY - ELLIS-
VILLE WATER MAIN INSTAL-
LATION project
includes approximately 15,300 LF of
12" PVC water main. 63' of steel
cased bore
and jacks, 1243' of directional bores,
16 fire hydrants, FDOT traffic con-
trol and
restoration of FDOT right of way
following system installation. Project
connects
the County Potable Waiter Wells to
HWY 441. A bid alternate is includ-
ed to provide lump sum pricing to
furnish and install a pre-stressed con-
crete ground storage lank at t(lie well
site. The contractor shall submit ai
one lump sum price for the concrete
ground storage tank and unit prices
for the items on the bid schedule.
Proposals shall be addressed to the
Purchasing Director, Colutmbia
CVunty and delivered to thile County
Offices. located in Lake City. Flori-
da, no later than 2:00 p.m., on De-
cember 10, 2008. Proposals shall be
designated as "Sealed Bidl for CO-
LUMBIA COUNTY - ELLISVILLE
WATER MAIN INSTALLATION".
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specified time and date will not be
considered. The sealed bids will be
publicly opened and read aloud at
2:00 p.m. at the County Offices in
Lake City by. lthe Purchasing Direc-
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of Proposal, Form of Contract. Plans,
Specifications, and Forms of Bid
Bond, Performance and Payment
Bond. and other contract documents
will be available and may be exam-
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ty Board of County Commissioners
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upon payment of $50.00 which
amount constitutes the cost of repro-
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The owner reserves the right to
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any or all bids.
Columbia County is an Equal Oppor-
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the amount, form and subject to the
conditions provided in the Informa-
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obtaining bonds must appear as ac-
ceptable according to the Department
of Treasury Circular 570 or the by
Columbia County Board Of County
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November 20. 26, 2008
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available nice lady in Lake City
area. Age Negotiable. Friendship
maybe more. 386-965-0035

0oo JoV1
100 'Opportunities
Assistant Manager
w/maintenance skills for
local motel. Must live on premises.
586-268-8304 after 4pmr
0552 1 0it
Mobile Trailer Technician
Transport Refrigeration
Services & Repair, Inc. is an
established and rapidly growing
organization dedicated to
providing quality service to the
transportation industry. We
have an immediate opening for a
Mobile Trailer Technician in
the Macclenny. FL area.
The ideal candidate will
demonstrate an ability to work
independently, with minimal
supervision, from a mobile truck
and have experience in all types
of semi-trailer repair, along with
an excellent driving record.
Transport Refrigeration
Services & Repair, Inc. offers
competitive wages with
excellent benefits, including
health and dentalinsurance.
life insurance, 401k. paid
vacations and holidays.
For further information, please
call (920) 883-9685.
Email your resume to:
iobs(@trcompanies.comn
or mail to:
Transport Refrigeration
Services & Repair, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
P.O. Box 5423
DePere, WI 54115


0 Opportunities


Advent lhrislian Village
C urrentI l101S
Line Advertisement
call 658-5627 or visit
wwvw.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week.
Be your BEST,
Among the BEST
LPN
FF/P'/long term care seating
Unrestricted Florida license
required: GPN's welcome
Housekeeping/Operations
Specialist
PT: indoors/outdoors in lodge
setting, general custodial/lawn
upkeep; valid Florida DL
required; swimming pool
maintenance certificate strongly
desired; weekend shifts
may be required
CNA
F[T/PT/long-term care setting.
Florida certification
required.
I'T positions include health,
dental, life, disability,
supplemental insurance; 403b
retirement account; paid time
off, access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities. Apply in
person at Personnel office
Monday through Friday from
9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or
fax resume/credentials to
(386)658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace/ Criminal
background checks required.


Apartment Maintenance
& AC Service Tech. Immediate
Hire. Must be HIVAC Certified.
Call: 386-754-1800

o '2 '53
PT Custodian/Light Maint for
Parkview Baptist Church. 25
hours/week. Must be detail
oriented, some lifting & moving
equipment required. Apply in
Person before 12/3/08 ilat 268
NW Lake Jeffery Rd. Lake City,
(Across from Young's Park &
Memorial Stadium.)

055t215,2
MECHANICS APPRENTICE
Good pay/benefits while
you train. Medical. 30 days
vacation per year, $$$ for
school. HIS grads ages 17-34.
Call (800)342-8123
Monday - Friday


Local CDL Driver Needed -
Minimum 2 Years Experience.
Bi-lingual a plus. No serious
violations. Please Call for info:
386-935-3381 or Fax your
resume to: 386-935-2289

05521 (,;
Medical Billing Specialist
Needed. Monday - Friday
8:30am-5pm. Must be well
organized, be able to multi-task.
Experienced with commercial,
medicare & medicaid billing,
insurance verification &
insurance AR. Must have 3-5
years experience. Please fax
resume to: 386-755-2169

osS21lS54
Math Teacher Wanted
for Small Private Christian
School. If Interested, please
Fax or Email Resume to:
386-758-5597 or
pigorminnewgenerationschool.org


CHRYSLER * JEEP * DODGE

NOW Has Openings
for Sales Associates
Full Benefits, 401K

Paid Medical Insurance,
Dental & Life.
Best Pay Plan in North Florida!
APPLY IN PERSON, HWY 90 W.


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CABLE CUSTOMERS


Effective December 21, 2008, Golf Channel, on channel 727,
will move from the Digital Classic tier to the Digital Starter tier
on the Comcast channel line-up. A free preview of this service
may be seen by customers subscribing to at least Digital Starter
prior to the effective date.


These effective affect current and new subscribers serviced by
Comcast in Lake City, Live Oak and surrounding areas.


Certain services are available separately or as a part of other
levels of service. Basic service subscription is required to receive
other levels of service. A converter is required to receive digital
service, and unless it is specifically included in the package, is
available for an additional fee. Not all programming is available
in all areas. For information about adding these or other Comcast
services please call 1-800-266-2278.


100 ,job
100 Opportunities

Subcontractors Needed
Work in and around the Lake
City area. Must have liability
insurance of $1 Million general
& $2Million aggregate, .Workers
Comp. or Exempt. Own vehicle
& tools of the trade. Please call
Travis at Restoration Specialists
386-487-0297

Associated Marine Institutes-
FFT has an opening for a fdll time
Family Therapist. We work with at
risk youth and their families in, a
community based home visiting
program. Bachelors required. Mas-
ters preferred. Fax resume to
(386)755-1486 or email
fftbm(@amikids.org
FRIER'S TRANSPORT INC.
Is seeking certified Pilot escorts to
escort Mobile Homes from factory
to dealerships. Applicants must
provide proof of current Florida
Pilot Escort Cert., defensive
driving cert., a valid Driver Lic, &
proof of Insurance. Please call
386-362-7883 for more info.
Group Fitness Instructors
needed at Anytime Fitness.
Exp. required.
Call 386-754-1724
Hair Stylist: Creative Images
located in Lake City Mail, High
walk in traffic, Comm. Base Pay,
Flexible Days/Hrs. 1-2 yr. min.
exp. Marina 386-365-1139
Mystery Shoppers earn up to
$100 per day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge retail &
dining establishments. Experience
NOT required. Call 888-697-6576.
Now accepting Applications for
Experienced Stylist Needed.
Southern Exposure.
Call: 386-752-4614
Personal Trainers needed at
Anytime Fitness. Experience and
Nationally Accredited Cert
required. Call 386.754-1724


100 Job
Opportunities

Post Office Now Hiring! Avg Pay
$20/hr, $57K/yr., Incl. Fed. ben,
OT. Placed by adSource,-
not affiliated w/USPS
who hires. 1-866-533-4782

Your one phone call away from
becoming financially free. Motiva-
tion & Determination a must!
Call Jimmy @ (386)688-1963.

1 0 Medical
120 Employment

05521535
RN Needed
Full Time with Benefits.
7pm - 7am
Contact Angela Akins RN/SDC
OR
Apply in Person at:
Suwannee Health & Rehab
1620 E. Helvenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064
386-362-7860
101/I)/V/M/1'

(15521 '571
Housekeeping/Laundry
Supervisor Needed:
Experience Required.
Full Time with Benefits.
. Apply in Person at:
Suwannee Health and Rehab
1620 East Helvenston Street
Live Oak, FL 32064
386-362-7860
1-:I0'/Dl/V/M/F

0552 1538
Multiple Full Time Positions
Available in Busy
Medical Practice for
LPN's, CNA's, & MA's
Monday - Friday
Fax Resume to: 386-487-1232

Medical Office Assistant.
2 yrs,. in Word processing and
medical assisting req'd. Please fax
resume to 386-758-5987 or mail to
PO Box 3009 Lake City, Fl. 32056


1 Medical
120 Employment

(1552 1 19
Resolutions
Health Alliance
has an opening for a FT Family
Specialist in Live Oak. Position
requires 3 years experience .or
Bachelor's Degree, $23K-25K
Salary. Excellent benefits.
Email resume to:
employment(@rhapa.net
or fax (386) 754-9017.

05521647
LPN/RN NEEDED
7pm - 7am, Mon. through Wed.
Please Apply at:
The Health Center
of Lake City
560 SW McFarlane Avenue
Lake City, Florida
Equal Opportunity Employer
Drug Free Workplace
Americans with Disabilities Act
RN Director
Lake City Cluster
ICF for Developmentally
Disabled Persons
673 NW Cluster Drive
386-755-2095
EEO/M/F/D/V


140 Work Wanted

Elderly Care - In my home
Private Room & Bath, 24 Hr Care.
1 Opening. Good References &
Background. 20 Yrs. Exp.
Call Vickie at 386-344-3177

17 Business
Opportunities

High traffic family salon for sale.
3 years old with established client
base. 8 styling stations positioned
with televisions. Rustic look with
relaxing atmosphere.
Ample opportunity to continue to
grow. Full time manager with
training program. Relocating due
to job. Contact: 386-623-7920


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240 Schools &
2 Education
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 I week,
certification test thle next week.
Class size is limited. Next class
12/08/08. Call 386-755-4401
cx resst rain ingserv ices. coni

310 Pets & Supplies
5 Mo. Ma. Pomeranian Pup. Must
See! Teddy Bear Face! Long Fluf-
fy Hair. Adorable! Brown/White
Sweet! Loves to cuddle! AKC,
Healthy, Shots, Papers. He will
only be 4 1/2 lb. $300 obo. Great
Christmas Gift!! (407)-925-3850


AKC LAB PUPPY.
Avail. Now.
$200. Health Certificate.
Call: (386)752-2276
Chihuahua
about 31b. Aprox 1 yr. old
$175 OBO. Very mild mannered.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
Chihuahua Puppy, male
Ready NOW!. $250.
Paper & Health Certificate.
(386)497-2453
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
have mandatory shots and are
free from intestinal and external
parasites. Many species of wild-
life must be licensed by Florida
Fish and Wildlife. If you are
unsure, contact the local
office for information.

330 Livestock &
330 Supplies
BRED HEREFORD COW.
THROWS GOOD CALVES.
VERY GENTLE.
386-719-4802

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


402 Appliances
ELECTRIC STOVE
White, works great,
looks great. $125 OBO
386-754-9295 or 984-0387

403 Auctions

Living Estate Auction. Nov. 22
10am. Everything goes to the
highest bidder, including 2 metal
storage sheds. 195 NW Ethelind
Ct. Lake City. For more info Call
JW Hill & Assoc. 386-362-3300.
AB 2083/AU2847. Also coin
collection and vehicle auction at
our office at 6pm. 1105 W.
Howard St. Live Oak, Fl.

408 Furniture
2 CHAIRS.
Good condition
$100. for both.
386-754-4084
2 LAMINATED Cabinets. Ad-
justable shelving. (1) 60X30X15
(1) 72X30X17. $90. obo.
Excel. cond. 386-754-4084
3 DRAWER DESK
56"X18"
.$50.00
386-758-4755
80"-3 SEATER SOFA. Herculon
cloth. Good clean condition.
ONLY $100.
Call today! 386-758-1358
COFFEE TABLE &
END TABLES.
$100.00
CALL: 386-758-4755
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Holds 27" TV.
Nice!!! $25.00
386-755-3682
LOVE SEAT, Herculon cloth.
Good clean condition.
Only $70.00
Call today 386-758-1358
Oak Table w/Mirror.
Wooden Rocker (Cracker Barrell).
$150. for all.
386-754-4084


QUEEN MATTRESS
AND BOX SPRINGS
GOOD SHAPE. $125.00 obo
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
QUEEN SIZED
Mattress & Box Spring.
$75.00
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
THICK FULL SIZE
COMFY MATTRESS.
$85.00
386-754-9295 OR 984-038.7

,419 TV-Radio &
.41 Recording'
ZENITH COLOR TV.
Good for Child's games!
Works! $20.00
386-755-3682


420 Wanted to Buy
K&H TIMBER
Payment in advance for standing
pine timber. Large or small tracts.
Call 386-961-1961.
Wanted whole Junk Cars, Trucks,
Vans. $150 CASH! Title needed.
Free PickUp! Call 386-878-9260
After 5pm 386- 752-3648
WE BUY baby item including
clothing, cribs, swings, toys, etc.
Must be in good condition.
386-364-5418

430 Garage.Sales
Friday 11/21 8am-? on N 441
Past I-10 Watch for Signs.
LOTS OF GOOD BUYS.
Women's Clothes Szs. 10-12


430 Garage Sales
Garage Sale - lSa. I 1/22 from
8aln-?. Creekside S/D off
Sister's WelcoIn'c Rd. Lots of
Miscellaneous Items!
MIIIl-I,'AMlY Sale! SaL
Only 8-? in 'lanilaions S/D off UIS
90 West. Clothes, Adult & kids,
toys. car seats & other misc. items.
MIUJI;I-FAMILY SALE:
Fri. & Sat. 1/4 nile S of 252 &
245 Intersection on 245. Lots of
Miscellaneous items!
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All Yard Sale Ads
Must be Pre-Paid.


440 Miscellaneous
12X14 CARPET. Commercial
berber, light blue/green w/tan. Sill
in original plastic. Excellent
condition. $50.00. 386266-7946
300 LIGHT
CHRISTMAS WREATH.
$15.00
386-758-6886
36" HIGH REVOLVING
CHRISTMAS TREE.
$ t0.00
386-758-6886
8LB PADDING for carpet,
rebound type. Approx.
150 sq ft. %$50.00.
386-984-5421
AIR HOSE 35 FT. ON SPOOL,
SPRING LOADED. '
ALL CONNECTIONS. $25.00
386-754-5760


DIRECT DRIVE Blower.
10 inch wheel and opening.
220V Excellent condition. $20.00
386-752-7940
Lg. ELECTRIC SCOOTER.
No joy stick & does have head lite.
Made by Pride, New, Excellent
cond. $900. obo. 386-961-9220
NEVER WORN! Gorgeous
Wedding Gown Size 8, w/ or w/o
Straps. MUST SELL! Only $500!
Call Melanie at 386-697-3310.
New tattoo kit for sale: 2 guns,
amp meter, foot petel, ink needles,
carry case & more. $325 Don't
pass this up! 344-9993 /719-8982
Willie and Max Saddle bags.
Good condition.
$35.00
386-754-1522

450 Good Things
45* to Eat
Pecan House in Ellisville Exit
1-75 &441. Buying, Cracking, &
Selling Elliout, Desirable & Cape
Fear. 386-752-6896 or 697-6420
Pecan Season is Here! For your
Pecan needs come to Robert
Taylor, The Nutcracker on 252
West. 386-963-4138

630 Mobile Homes
6 for Rent
$200 off 1st Month Rent!
2Br/2Ba MH in Ft. White, $575/
Mo, + 1st, Last & $300 Damage
Dep. NO PETS! 386-365-3578
2 Properties For Rent:
3Br/2Ba Sec + $600/Mo.
2Br/ IBa Sec+ $550/Mo. (Elec
incl.) Both in Branford area
Water included for both units.
386-867-1833 or 590-0642
2/1 or 3/1 MH in quiet park in
Lake City wkly or mthly + dep.
No Pets. Elec. incl. in some units!
C21 Jackie Taylor 386-590-3013.
26' Park Model Trailer for Sale/Rent
(1 ea)/386-755-4945 or
386-961-8540 for details.
NeverDunn's RV Park
2BR/2BA MH Close to White
Springs, off Hwy 41N.
$675 mo. 1st, last & security.
386-397-2619 or 365-1243
2br/2ba units. Rent incl water &
trash pick up. Convenient location
1/2 mi. east of downtown Lake
City. 386-623-7547 /386-984-8448
3br/2ba DWMH on 1 ac. private
lot in Ellisville. Available Now!
$700. mo. plus security
deposit. 386-454-2250
Almost New 16X80. Private. 3br
/2ba, fridge w/ice maker, DW,
deck. 10 mi. out 247, fenced. $600
mo. + sec. No pets. 386-984-7478
FREE RENT (Isi Monih)
3Br/2Ba & 2Br/2Ba in sm. SE
MHP Sm. pets ok. Dep. $500,
last mths rent $575. 352-281-2450


Immaculate 2005 3/2 DWMH on
5 acres. Close to town. Sell $119k.
Rent $750/mo + $500 security.
(Rent to own) Call 386-965-3547
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.630 Mobile Homes
630 for Rent
Lg. EFFICIENCY APT.
All utilities included plus satellite.
$155 week. $155 deposit.
Call 386-758-9455
LOVELY 31BR/21A MlI for rent.
Section 8 OK! 227 NW Austin
Way. Lake City. $650.mo
786-246-5616 or305-989-7360
M Is for Rent: 2br/Iba's starting at
$450 & 3br/2ba's starting at $550
Incl. water, sewer, garb - quiet,
clean, trees, pond. 386-961-0017
Mobile Homes for rent in
White Springs. 2 and
3 bedrooms. Contact
386-867-2337 or 397-1522
Rent/Rent to Own
Lake City/Branford Area
Call 352-214-9092

SWMH, Private lot. Absolutely
No pets., Urban area. $650. mo.
Total move in charges $1,500.
References req'd. 386-752-4348 ,
WOW!!! Super Clean 2br in town.
Close to shopping. Cable avail.
' $395./mo. No Pets.
386-752-2986 or 397-0807
XCLEAN 2br/2ba SW, private
nice acre, NW nice area. $550 mo,
$1,500 needed to move in,
no dogs 386.961.9181

640 Mobile Homes
640 for Sale

-11527-.1.1
Palm Harbor Homes
4/2 Model Home Loaded !!!
Over 2,000sq ft set-up on your
lot for $499 per month (wac)
Plant City Factory Superstore
1-800-622-2832

DWMH on 5 acres
w/two outbuildings.
Best offer over $75,000.
386-697-5373
"MAKE OFFER" 2 Modular
Homes on hand. Turn key pkgs.
Owner Financing available.
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
'FOR SALE" 32'X80' DW 4/2
on 1/2 acre near Lake City. Owner
& FHA Financing available.
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
"WOW" 16X62
w/porch priced to sell for only
$28,368. Call today for appoint-
ment. Eric @ FHC 386-719-5560
Owner Financing, '93 Horton MH
14x70. 1 Ac. in 3 Rivers Estates.
Lg screen porch & carport. $50K
386-961-5078, after 7pm.
32X80 FLEETWOOD 4/2
To many options to list
Free Furniture Package
$69,900, Delivered & Set.
Call Big Dave in Ocala
352-484-9872
Fleetwood Homes of Ocala!
Bring any Fleetwood Floor Plan
To David Walker in Ocala and I
will save you Thousands!
Drive A Lot... Save A Lot More!
Call Uncle Dave for Directions to
your savings (352)484-9872
90 Miles South
That's Where the Very Best Deal
is on any Fleetwood Home.
32X80...$65,900
28X80...$57,900
28X44...$28.875
Come and see Big Dave in Ocala
352-484-9872
Drive A Lot, Save alot More!!!
ATTENTION LAKE CITY
Its A Buyer's Market
Come to Ocala and see why
3/2....$28.875 or 4/2....$49,965
FREE Furniture Avail.
Call Big Dave 352-484-9872

650 Mobile Home
650 & Land
!!OWNER FINANCE!!
'81 Fiesta 24X52, 3/2 MH. Aprox.
6 ac. Comer of 136th & 80th Terr.
in Live Oak. $85K 386-867-0048
04527719
3/2 home. 1+ ac. close to school.
New roof, Ig master, extras.
386-755-3313.
www.owners.com/WPD8275

3Br/2Ba DWMH in Lake City on
acreage. Room for your family &
your horses! $750/Mo.
Call: 386-697-5373
FSBO: 3Br/2Ba on 2.5 acs, River
access corn w/ private boat ramp,
in Mayo area. Sm. down & $750/
Mo. 386-590-0642 or 867-1833
Owner Financing with 5% Down
1/2 acre w/ newer 4/2 DWMH
SW State Rd 47. $615/mo plus
taxes and ins. (386)758-1803
Owner Financing- Lg. 3Br/2Ba 2.5
Acs. Very clean, hard rd. front.. So
of Lake City. FP, CH/A Sm down
$875/Mo 386-590-0642/867-1833


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It's Too Late!

Call
Mary or Alison

TODAY to place a
surprise ad for
someone you Love!

755-5440 or

755-5441
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705 Rooms for Rent
Private Room &Bath in Lg. House
Lots ol Anlentities including a
pool & Lake. $499/Mo. Visit:
www.higiloridahonie.comn
or Call: 386-344-3261

710n Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent

$475 MOVES YOU IN
Eff. &1 Bedroom from $455
$575 MOVES YOU IN
2 Bedroom From $555.
POOL
386-758-8029
05521593
Move in Specials!
* 2br/1 or 1.5ba Apt. Incl wtr
$625 Inc water, $625 to
move in!
* 2Br/2Ba MH $495/Mo.
Water Included. $495
to move in.
* 3Br/2Ba MH $550/Mo
Water Incl. $550 to move in
For Details Call: 386-755-2423

05521596
? Facing Foreclosure ?
Maybe We Can Help!
Windsong
"The Community That Cares!"
Call: 386-758-8455
Ask About Our Specials!











1/1 w/ office, New Carpet AC,
great downtown loc. $500/mo.
ref.req. + 1st, last & sec.
386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951
lbr/lba COTTAGE , all utilities
included, close to VA hosp, pets
ok, 1st, last, sec/damage
615-943-2825
2BR. DUPLEX CH/A Kitchen
equipped includes dishwasher.
Blinds, Washer/Dryer hookup.
386-752-6138 or 752-5389
2BR/2BA
1100 sq ft.
on the West side of town.
386-755-6867
2BR/2BA LUXURY Apartment
with garage. 5 min. from Timco &
VA Medical Center.
386-755-4590 or 386-365-5150
2br/2ba with loft on
4 acres. $750.mo.
Includes water, sewer, & trash.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626
2br/2ba with loft on
4 acres. $750.mo.
Includes water, sewer, & trash.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626
Brick Duplex 2/1 CH/A, Carpet,
tile. Carport $600 mo.+ Dep.
Call 386-752-0118 or
386-623-1698
Large IBr/lBa Apt, Screened
Pool, Modem Kitchen, Wood
Floors. Washer/Dryer. $650/Mo.
Call: 386-344-3261 or Visit
www.biefloridahome.com
Lg. 2br/2ba duplex great location
W of 1-75. Garage W/D hook-up.
from $650 + Sec. Dep. (386)466-
7391, 344-3715, or 965-5560.


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710 Unfurnished Apt.
710 For Rent
Nov. Discount Special! Select
. Studios & IBr's Start at $135/wk.
Free Basic Cable Monthly
Discounts available. 386-752-2741
Townhouse Apt. 2br/1.5ba.
Spacious 2 Story townhouse on
McFarlane Ave.. $750. mo. + $400
dep. (386)752-7781/397-5880
X-tra Lg. 2/1 Duplex
w/ Garage, off Country Club.
Immaculate Cond.
All elec. W/D hook ups.
$650/Mo.+l Yr. Lease.
386-754-1764 or 352-514-2332

720 Furnished Apts.
2I For Rent
Efficiency, great location,
* Madison & Hilton. Clean, all
utilities incl. $475. mo. +
$200. security. 386-397-3568

73 Unfurnished
730 Home For Rent
3/1 CBS, CH/A, Carport, Fenced,
162 SE Dekle Way. US 90 E 2
blocks past Country Club Rd.
$825 mo. + Utils or $275 Wk incl.
Utils. Florida Homes & Land, Inc.
755-5936 www.johnstanford.com
3br/1.5ba Renovated Brick. 3 mi.
S of town on 247. $850 mo. 1st,
last & deposit. Outside Pets
386-755-3633/904-759-9359.
3Br/2Ba 1600 Sqft. house w/
garage in Great Neighborhood.
Lg. Yard. $1,100/Mo +Sec.
Call: 386-752-6806
3Br/2ba Brick home on 4 acs. in
Olustee. Close to Ocean Pond. 10
Smi to Lake City. $800/Mo & $600
Sec. Ref. Req'd. (561)723-4302
3BR/2BA Home for rent. Deer
Creek Sub. Convenient location.
Close to school, Hwy 90 & 1-75.
$895/mo. Call (386) 590-1413
3br/2ba, on 1+ ac. CH/A, great
neighborhood. Application fee &
dep req'd. $900/ mo.
(704)640-2097 or (704)239-4883
4Br/2Ba, CH/A, 1 Acre on
CR 245A. Near Community
College. $800/Mo
(904)708-8478 or (904)635-5437


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730 Home For Rent

Brick Beauty in quiet S/D. 2Br/
2Ba w/ Lg. family rm & Deck w/
privacy. $800 Sec$1200/Mo. Pets
OK w/$500 Dep. Avail 12/01/08.
Call: 386-397-4889 or 752-4607.

For Lease -
3Br/2Ba, Newly remodeled, in city,
close to DOT; $900/Mo + Sec.
Dep. Call: (386) 752-6399
For Lease - 3Br/2Ba Home in
Country Setting, Private & close to
town. $1200/Mo.+ Sec. Dep.
Call: 386-752-6399

For Sale or Lease
3Br/2Ba, Newly remodeled, with
pool in City, $1,200/Mo + Sec.
Dep. Call: 386-752-6399
HOME: Country Setting 3br/lba.
NO PETS! CH/A & appliances.
Security deposit & $500/mo.
Credit check req'd. 386-752-3225
House For Rent: 3Br/lBa.
Solid Const. 222 NW Cheswick
Dr. $590/Mo. + $150 Sec. Dep.
386-752-2663 or 965-3757
Remodeled, 2 Story, 2Br/1.5Ba.
on 1/2 ac lot. $650/Mo. includes
water. Call: (352)258-9598 or
(352)335-8330, evenings.

750 Business &
75 Office Rentals

05521481
Office Space for Lease just
blocks from downtown, near
courthouse, banks, & post
office. 1500 sq ft includes 3
large offices, conference room,
reception area, & break room.
Ample parking, well decorated
interior w/ a very professional
appearance. Phone & network
jacks throughout office. $.1,200/
Mo. Call Justin: 386-867-1515.

05521650
Rental Space next to
Winn-Dixie, High Traffic Area.
800 Sq. Ft. $800 + CAM.
1-800-342-0135














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750 Business &
SOffice Rentals
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WAREHOUSE
With small office, on IS 41 N
at Moore Rd. Fenced Yard.
Call: 1-800-3-12-0135
3286 SqIFL. Prime L.ocatlion!
Direct li Ixposur to NMain Blvd.
('all Today!
386-752-9144 or 755-2235
Large & small spaces avail. in
Country Club Plaza on East Baya.
Call 904-579-6645 weekdays.
Weekends call 386-497-4762
OFFICE BUILDING for Rent
1000-3000 sq ft. East Duval Street.
Call Charles Peeler Realty
386-438-8073
Office Space for Lease Baya Ave;
900 sq. ft./$750 mo. or 1,800 sq.
ft./$1,353 mo. incl. basic utilities;
High speed internet & security
ready; Furnished; 386-752-4072
Retail/Commercial
Approx. 1200 sq ft., Utilities Inc.
$950.00/month. Call 752-5035
A Bar Sales 7 day 7-7
SMALL OFFICE for Rent.
Hwy 90 & Turner Ave.
$425. mo.
386-755-9333

770 Condos For Rent
0(1527708
FIRST MONTH FREE
3 golf course condos for sale or
rent, 2 and 3 BR avail, starting
at $160,000 or $ 1000/month.
Call Sandy Kishton,
Daniel Crapps Agency, Inc.
386-344-0433.
ST. AUGUSTINE Beach
Nightly/weekends/weekly/monthly
Brand new, 3 Bdr. 1600 Sq. ft.
Call (386)961-1961

790 Vacation Rentals
Winter Special Horseshoe Beach
Gulf Front 2br home, w/lg water-
front porch, dock, fish sink. Avail
wkends. $345. or wk $845.
(352)498-5986/3.86-235-3633

805 Lots for Sale
Lake Jeffery area, 1/2 acre.
Restricted to Homes Only. Paved
Streets, Underground Utilities.
$29,000 Owner Fin. available.
386-752-5035 x 2010
7 days-7-7 A Bar Sales
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject 'to the fair
housing act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex,
disability, familial status or nation-
al origin; or any intention to make
such preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial status-
includes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
dren under the age of 18. This
newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real es-
tate which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ble on an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
the toll free
telephone number to the hearing
impaired is 1-800-927-9275.


810 Home for Sale
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31Hi/213a wilh \ppliances built
on your lot. $69,900. Visit:
ww .iiinard consl riict ioi.coii
or call 01).1-25) 5008S
2/1 REMO)DELED lonic.
New Rool', AC & plumbing.
Fenced yard. Nice neighibohood.
Priced for quick sale. $88,600.
386-697-5373
3br/2ba, on I+ ac. CI I/A, garage,
great neighborhood. $159.000l
No Flood Zone
(704)640-2097 or (704)239-4883
5 ac. w/3br/2ha block home
w/extra septic & power pole. on
Saturn Ln. $132,000 Lake City
Florida Really. 386-754-0800
FSBO $148,500 NEARLY NEW.
4br/2ba w/2 car attached garage.
Convenient Grandview Village.
Kitchen appl. & many upgrades
throughout. Quiet & very clean.
Call Candy @ 904-614-1458
MUST SELL Owner Motivated
House & 10 ac. w/g' cage & 2 out
buildings. $174,900 Will consider
any reasonable offer 386-935-4205
NEW CUSTOM 3/2 Home
Lake Jeffery Area 2200t Sq Ft. on
1/2 acre Lot Wood & Tile Floors,
solid surface kitchen, crown mold
Tray Ceiling, His/I ler Closets
$219,000. 386-752-5035 X 1910
7 days 7-7 A Bar Sales
OWNER FINANCE
2br/I ba, frame home on corner lot.
Needs TLC. 566 SE Monroe St.
386-867-0048

820 Farms &
S Acreage
Owner Financed
Half-acre to 10 acre lots
Deas Bullard BKL Properties.
386-752-4339 www.landnfl.com
SO GEORGIA, 220 ac. Rolling
hills w/creek & hardwoods.
Hunting cabin & well. Deer/
Turkey. $379,000. (912)568-7480


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83V Property

WAREHOUSE
16.000sq Ift'l, 7 acres. I etnced,
close to Dowiitown.
ITo Eagle, (GRI.
386-755-51 10
D)aniel ('rapps Realtors

INCOME PRODUCING
PROPERTY
Swy. 47, 1.1 AC., 12,000 SqFt.
Bldgs. 'Triple Net Lease in
place. $595,000. Call Scott
Stewart 386-867-3498 or
Charlie Sparks 386--867-3497
Westfield Realty Group


890 Resort Property
Timeshare for Sale: Price Nego-
tiable. Also. 1,000 Trails for Mo-
tor Homes or Trailer for Sale -
Asking $4,000. 386-965-0035
92O Auto Parts
92 & Supplies
Side Step Nerf Bars for 2005
Dodge 1500 - 4 door pick up truck.
Like New!. $90.00
386-754-1522

940 Trucks
1989 Ford FI50 6 cyl new exh,
bat, starter. Runs strong in
good shape $ 1000 obo.
Call 386-288-5486
'97 Chewv1500/PU ext. cab, long
bed.140K mi, 2WD, auto, 5.0 liter
V8, AC/tool box/bed mat
$2,800 Contact Jay 386-935-9284

950 Cars for Sale
1997 FORD Aspire 2 door.
hatchback, automatic, 75K mi.,
good AC 35 mpg. Nice.
$2,200. (352)339-5158


3BR/2BA doublewide mobile
home on 4 acres. $750/mo.
926 SW Little Road


2BR/1BA Singlewide mobile
home on 5 acres. $550/mo.
363 Blaylock Ct.


3BR/2BA doublewide mobile
home with den on 5 acres.
$1,050/mo.
563 Blaylock Ct.

info. (386) 755-1586


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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!


1996 Mitsubishi
3000 GT
108,580 mi., good cond.,
now tires, sun roof,
AM/FM CD, auto.
$5,000
Call
386-755-2909


2007 Chevy Crew
Cab LT Z71
2WD, Onstar, PW, PDL,
less than 20K miles,
like new.
$16,900
Call
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$3,995 OBO
Call
386-754-4084





1980 MGB
Mint condition, runs great,
4 speed w/overdrive.
$6,500
Call
386-365-8198
386-963-2062


YANMAR TRACTOR
4 wheel drive, 13.5hp,
tiller,x ox blade, flat blade,
tine rake, manual.
$3,700
Call
386-754-0800
Aiifter 6PM 386-755-7773






1970 Lincoln
Mark III
Must sell. Price dropped.
Exc. cond. Trade, motor
home or handicap van.
$6,000 OBO
Call
386-438-5763


2006 GMC Sierra
6 cyl, 46,100 miles, ext.
cab, bed topper, trailer pkg.
with brake, white.
$12,000
Call
386-752-2358


2004 Farm Pro
Tractor
Diesel - only 177 hrs.
Loader-Tiller-Grader Bid.
Tool Boxes. Like New.
$6,500 OBO
Call
386-438-4408


2004 Kawasaki
Ninja ZX1 OR
With Power Commander,
racing exhaust, racing air
filter & more.
$5,500 OBO
Call
386-965-4034


1999 DeVille 50th
Anniv. Gold Edition
70,800 mi., 2nd owner,
exc. cond., 32 valve, North
Star, all leather & power.
$6,000
Call
386-755-2909


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