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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 2006
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Noteworthy

Well-known act
confirmed for
next Bike Fest
The success of June's Bike Fest
may pale by comparison to what is
being planned for the fall.
One of the event's organizers.
Johnny Waierson. confirmed this
week that The Charlie Daniels Band
will headline the second night of a
Fall Bike Fest, scheduled for Friday
and Sarruday, Nov. 3 and 4.
More details will be available in
the weeks and months to come, but
organizers are also pursuing
appearances by David Allen Coe
and Blackfoot.
Many local bands will take the
stage alongside well-known acts.
and Waterson said organizers are
working with the North Florida
Regional Chamber of Commerce
and Main Street Starke to bring
some Bike Fest events-like a car
show-to downtown.

Political forums
scheduled
Several local political forums
have been scheduled prior to the
Sept. 5 primary. This is also the date
of the city of Starke's election of
three city commissioners.
The Bradford Democratic and
Republican Executive Committees,
the Bradford Education Association
and the NAACP are sponsoring a
forum for candidates in all races on
Tuesday. Aug. 15.
This forum will take place at the
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center Cultural Building
in' downtown rStarke. from 7-9 p.m.
This event will be broadcast live
on WEAG FM and AM radio
stations. Ben Barksdale will be the
moderator.
Each candidate will give a brief
presentation, and questions will then
be asked of the candidates. A
committee is writing and receiving
questions in advance.
Questions will be accepted from
the audience only before or at the
beginning of the forum. A
committee 'will screen all questions.
Questions can be left at the Andrews
Center in Judy Becker's.
Refreshments will be served in
the gazebo at the conclusion of the
Candidates" Forum.
The North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce's Tri-
County Community Awareness
Committee has set up three
additional forums.-All three %ill
take place at the conference center at
1610 N. Temple Ave. in Starke.
On Thursday, Aug. 17, from 6:30-
8 p.m.. candidates from Starke's
District I city commission race will
appear.
On Tuesday, Aug. 22, the District
3 and 5 candidates from the Starke
race will appear. This forum will
also take place from 6:30-8 p.m.
The final forum sponsored at the
conference center will be on
Thursday, Aug. 31. from 6:30-8 p.m.
It will feature candidates from the
District 2 school board race.

Bradford
Republicans
meet today
The Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee will meet at 7
p.m. tonight, Thursday, Aug. 10, at
the Sonshine Title Company offices
on Edwards Road in Starke.
This is a very important meeting.
With only a few short weeks until
the Sept. 5 primary, the committee
will be making plans to contact local
Republicans by phone this weekend
to get out the vote.
Registered Republicans are
welcome to attend and bring a
friend.


Final taste of summer


From slip-sliding down water slides to free school supplies and food, the city of Lawtey's--
recreation department knows how to throw a Back to School Bash. Lawtey offered a day
of fun for kids to say goodbye to summer and get ready to go back to school. Tara
Holtzendorf is pictured enjoying lunch. For more pictures from the event, see inside.




Moving drainage ditch sparks debate


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Residents' and county
commissioners couldn't even agree
whether the trench crossing
properties between Bessent Road
and S.R. 230 was a creek or a
drainage ditch, let alone whether or
not moving it is in the best interest of
those residents.
At the direction of Count)
Manager Jim Crawford, two
employees from the road department'
began digging a new drainage ditch
to reroute water draining into.
Alligator Creek. For )ears the ditch'
has crossed property belonging to
the Goldwire-Jennings family.
The planned rerouting would


move- theditchto the northern
property lines of several residents on
S R. 230 where it will turn to the
north to cross property belonging to
Mary Agnes Goldwire and pass
between property belonging to her
son-in-law, John J. Jennings. and
property owned by the county. (See
Map.)
The project was discussed at
length at the Aug. 7 county
commission meeting.
Residents are
concerned
Wayne Wynn spoke on behalf of
several! family members and other,
residents living on the north side of
Bessent Road (Northeast 154th
Street) in the area where the


drainage ditch crosses the. road,
flowing from the south.
\Wynn wanted to know why it was
necessary to relocate the creek to the
property line of the residents on 230,
which taxpayers would benefit from
the relocation, and whether or nol
overflow from the borrow pit on the
county's property would now drain
directly into the ditch, increasing
flood potential.
More specifically, Sheila Hardee
asked if the project would benefit all.
of the property owners or result in
increased flooding, in particular to .
those properties along 230, where
the creek would only be a few feet
from their backyards.
See DITCH p. 2A


301 bypass decision awaits review


BY MARK J. C R AW FOR D
Telegraph Editor
The environmental impact of. a
proposed bypass around the city of
Starke is, still being reviewed,
according to Dennis Lord of the
Florida Department of.
Transportation. "
Because the environmental impact
statement is still in the early stages
of review, no money for the
engineering and design of the project
has been programmed into DOT's
five-year plan.
A relatively new process is being
used to review the environmental'
impact 'statement at the


recommendation of the Federal'
Highway Administration, Lord said.
The screening process known as
Efficient Transportation Decision
Making, or EOTM for short, allows.
a number of concerned agencies-
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,
Florida Department of Community
Affairs, North Central Florida
.Regional Planning Council, etc.-to
review the environmental impact
statement for a proposed project via
the Internet and provide feedback,
before the project is submitted to the
Federal Highway Administration.
The draft statement is more than
-halfway through the 45-day
comment period. Once .. DOT


receives and addresses the questions
agencies may have. regarding the
project to deal with traffic flow on
U.S. 301, it will be submitted to the
Federal Highway Administration,
where it will undergo a 60-day
review period, likely resulting in
more comments and concerns for
DOT to address.
After the impact statement is
resubmitted, and FHA is satisfied,
the agency will give approval for it
to be distributed for a 21-day public
review. A public hearing on the
project will follow.
After another 30-day comment

See BYPASS, p. 8A


Way

paved

for local

racetrack

BY MNLARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
After tabling the issue last month.
the Bradford County Board of
Adjustment granted a special
exception to Douglas Mains of
.Royal Palm Land Holdings, who
confirmedAutig-.--that- he-hashad
discussions, with developers about
building a racetrack near Starke.
Last month, board members felt
the special exception category for
recreation might be too broad, as it
allows for everything from
racetracks and speedways to golf
courses, .shooting ranges, hunting
clubs, travel trailer parks and
campgrounds. At the time, no
specific mention was made for the
intended use of the property.
While Mains said there is interest
from one residential housing
developer, he has also spoken to two
separate developers interested in
constructing a racetrack on the
nearly 700 acres between Forsyth
Road (Southeast 21st Avenue) and
the CSX railroad.
'Those developers project a
minimum $100 million annual
economic impact for Bradford
County. Mains said. including the
creation of 120 full-time and as
many as 200 part-time jobs.
There is no contract, but the
companies are very serious about
the opportunity, he said.
Illustrating ''the- potential for
growth, Mains said Daytona
Speedway was built in the middle of
the woods.
"Now they've built the city to the
racetrack." he said. "It would
generate a tremendous amount of
money for the county."
See RACE, p. 6A


City fuel

adjustment

trends

down
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
In June, Starke's power costs took
a bit of a dive. '
While, it was the most expensive'
municipal utility reported by the
Florida Municipal Electric
Association at the beginning of the
year, in June there were 18 other
Florida cities where residents were
paying a higher average price than
in Starke. :.
Starke's base rates haven't
dropped, but its fuel adjustment rate
has. From a high of more than $66
for 1,000 kilowatt-hours in
February, the fuel adjustment
dropped to $39.54 in June. .
That's still a high price compared
to the $27.40 fuel adjustment a year
ago, the $17.40 adjustment in June
2004, and the $10.30 adjustment in
June 2003,- but it allowed the
average to drop below $120 per
1,000 kWh for the first time this
year.
At an average 1,500 kWh,
businesses paid a $59.31 fuel
adjustment for a total bill of
$203.31. This, too, was the lowest
average of the year, although there
were only six other muiriniicipal
utilities, with higher power costs for
businesses, according to FMEA.
Still, for four of the first six
months of2006, there were no other
cities wjth higher power costs for
businesses, so June saw progress
there as well. (See chart for a full
breakdown of the rates over the last
six months.)
See FUEL, p. 7A


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DITCH
Continued from p. 1A
She also asked if the
continuation of the channel from
the end of the new ditch to
Alligator Creek would be
cleaned out to accommodate
increased flow, if the new creek
was at the same elevation as the
old one or at a lower one, and
whether or not excavated dirt,
would be completely removed
from the site.
Finally she wanted to know
who was paying for the project,
county taxpayers or the property
owner requesting the move.
She and others feared the
project will exacerbate the
flooding problem that already
exists.
Even more pointedly, Diane
Hodge claimed the project had
been conceived to benefit a
single landowner without regard
to the impact on others in the
are. She said all of the new
water that could drain into a bare
ch nnel and travel to the 7-foot,
culyert crossing Bessent Road
woild "blow" the road away.
There is already a tendency for
the"road to wash out, she said.
Hodge said if the county
answered every such request, it
would -spend all of its time
working for private landowners.-
'!As county commissioners,
yoot are entrusted to spend
taxpayer money for the benefit
of tall residents," H.odge said,
"ndt just one.".
Sylvia Tatum felt neither she
norther company, Tatum Timber
ancd Land, which owns 30 acres
adjacent to the county's
property, were properly
informed of the project. The land
-is 41rtady wet, she said, and if
the inew creek goes in, it could
get wetter.
IDistributing aerial photos that
she said dated back to 1980 and,
proved the creek was natural and
not! manmade, she said the
Su yannee River Water
Management District said 600
i acres and possibly more land
south of 230 drains into the
creek.
Tatum said she was concerned
about landowners like Vera
Hazen, who chose to build on
230, not alongside a creek.
"To me that's taking choice
away from the private property
owier, and I don't like that at
all," Tatum said.
She also took the county to
task for ,initia(i.lg_"a porjeot of
this' magnitude" without
pursuing a permit from the water
management district. As a board
member for the district, she said-
it's difficult to look taxpayers
who have been fined thousands
of dollars for doing the same
thing in the eye knowing the
county has taken the same
action. Even the county
engineer, she claimed,, wasn't
called in until after digging had
started on the 150-foot-long
creek.
Malcolm Hill said he lives on
Morgan Road on Water Oak
Creek.. He said there should be
an organized plan for cleaning
out creeks across the county, not
singular efforts for individual
landowners.
SBary Bbgatt;, repreesntiing
David West, discussed the
potential for erosion in the ditch.
He pointed to a similar 20-foot
ditch on 160th Street where trees
are falling in and the new bridge
is washing out.
Bogart also said-West-wanted
to know how he was going to
access the back portion of the
property if a 20-foot ditch
divides it from the rest. He asked
it the county was planning to put
a bridge in.
County responds
to criticism
Following public comments
on the issue, commissioners and
county staff took turns
responding to the issues that had
been raised.
County Chairman John
Wayne Hersey said the project
was designed to eliminate


flooding near the Jennings drainage pattern. '
home. He conceded the 7-foot Cognata Haree Hardee .INEBREE.
"We've done projects in the railroad car serving as a culvert
past for the betterment of the under Bessent Road has always McWiiams Bryant L
citizens in, the. county, and been too small, but said the Akridge .....
personally, I feel we need to county would need to consider \ d 1
continue on," Hersey said, the entire creek system if it dcasoni | l
adding that there was no doubt wanted to increase capacity- t esHedding| McCarthy .
in his mind that the county there. r --
manager has done what is right The goal is not to increase or id. .
and in the best interest of the decrease the capacity of --- "- -.. ..,. L i
citizens. Crawford works hard anything upstream or e n -1 i
for the citizens as well as the downstream, -because it Je.n ngs --.- -.
commission, he said. functions as a system, Kelley Bradford -
Several in the audience said.. Tatum County ,
scoffed in disbelief when A further look will need to be Goldwire
Hersey revealed the cost to the taken if the county plans to "
county for undertaking the clean out the creek between -, Goldwire Old ditch
project was estimated- to be Bessent Road and Alligator -.
$3,700. To them, it seemed to be Creek, he said. To do so would N i
too low to be credible. The be to change the characteristics olr.e .... New ditch
breakdown provided by of the system. Mc ". '. Io ^ < i ael -
Crawford for the cost of two Crawford said some have said i* Lumley Wes:
county equipment operators and the cleanup should have been ...................
the equipment needed to done first, adding that it will be 1- -
complete the project, including done first, with Kelley's --- ale Road-230E------- --o
work already accomplished, guidance... :. -.----.- 1
does, however, amount to little Regardless, there's little the I I 1 F ,
more than $3,700. county could do to actually questions that were raised sure assistance is being offered forward, although Cooper did
Thatassumes, as the county control flooding, he said. before deciding. equally. Only once in eight. ask that the ditch be constructed
manager estimates; that no more "It will, always remain a flood Commissioner Ross Chandler years has the ditch he w as farther away from the property
than a week's -worth of work plain,, no matter -what we do," assured those present he referring to been cleaned out, he lines of the S.R. 230 residents.
will be needed to finish digging Crawford.said. wouldn't vote in favor of one said. There will need to be an
the new ditch. Commissioner Eddie Lewis citizen on an issue like this if he Pending the engineering data exchange of easements between
Mike Goldwire, it was expressed faith in the manager's .believed it was to the detriment Kelley discussed and the the county and Goldwire,
pointed out, is paying actions, while Commissioner of others. Referring to a resident issuance of a permit from the however, and the commission
engineering and surveying Doyle Thomas said he wanted in his own district, however, he water management district, the will vote at some point whether
costs. He said that-the county answers to the additional said the county should make project is likely to move or not to make that exchange.
approached-his wife and her late
husband less than 15 years ago
about constructing the existing
ditch. There have been flooding
problems -sie then, including .
water flowing into his son-in-
law's carport. He said his .
purpose is to protect his
grandchildren. 1 .
The only wrongdoing the _. -
county will admit to- is
proceeding with the project
without a permit from the ,". .
Suwannee River Water 1-
Management District. Work has "
since stopped pending the
district's request, engineering U
and surveying work has been J
completed and submitted, -g .
Hersey said.
Commissioner John Cooper a
disagreed with the proposition 0-,.
that because the drainage ditch Tx & IM a wc
was on the Jennings property a..: .--7 .... i
when the home was built, the ON,, .
county sh Ouldn't correct the
problem if it could. He
compared it to paving a dirt road
for the residents who live there Thank you friends and neighbors for your encouragement and support.
for years.
Asforshiftingtheproblemto AS a mother with three children in our public schools, I know that
other residents, Cooper said the
.gnew dith hwold Idrain no mre t her wecan make adifference. foQ our kids. ;'I quldk.appreciateyour
water, than is ,already being e yourrertince ,.
drained by the existing ditch.' "
.,Copper,.in.,whose distriectthei, vote on September 5th. a... ..
project lies, turned to the county
engineer to support his Stacey Shuford Creighton
statement. Jerome Kelley agreed
no more water would wind up in "Political Adverlisement Paid for and Approved by.Stacey,Shuford Creighton School Board, District 2."
the new ditch. He said that both
ditches fall within the same
drainage basin, so water
draining to the existing ditch
will drain into the new ditch.
There do need-to be *. 0
additional elevation shots to m y
verify that along the south
property line, he said, thinking
in particular of water
overflowing from the borrow
pit. Exclusively from AlItel
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length and shallower slope of anywhere'ipAmerica
the new ditch. The -average top
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Aug. 10, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 3A


Annexation, sew

:BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND Councilman Marvini. Rosier
Telegraph Staff Writer physically stood up against the'
annexation. ,
Residents, the police chief "I want to go on recod- as.
and some members of the city opposed to the annexation of
council all let their anger and this property. The people of
frustration, be known at the Lawtey have been here for
Lawtey City Council meeting .years. They don't have the
Monday. things they. need and never'
While all were not angry have ... You go out and annex
about the same, topic, yelling this property and it's going to
and name calling almost require police protection,
prevented the city's- business garbage collection and a new
from being conducted; as the. well, a couple new wells .,.
meeting went on for which we don't have the
approximately two hours. money for."
Annexation Dixon said the Department
The first issue of concern of Corrections highly
was brought. up in the city's underestimated its facilities. He
public hearing on the said DOC told him it had
annexation of a property on enough capacity to handle the
C 125. potential development's needs.
Developer Charlie Dixon Dixon said he would get this in
wants to have the 120-acre writing and bring it back to the
property voluntarily annexed council.
into the Lawtey city limits to Rosier: "T've been opposed
build 224 lots of single-family to it from the very beginning.
homes. The value of these Now once we get all this other
homes would be around done, I'll entertain it ... Now
$200,000 and would sit on lots let's see a show of hands of
around 120 feet iy 70 feet. people who appreciate what
Dixon submitted a letter to I've done."
the council, prior to the Dixon: "If we build this.
hearing, requesting water and we'll build the subdivision
sewer when those services complete with water and sewer
became available. He said the ... The taxpayers would deliver
annexation would actually help to you the roads, water and
Lawtey by improving certain sewer built to your
sewer components aeratorss, specifications as required by
for example) and bringing a your city ordinances."
larger tax base. Rosier: "We're going to take
He said the project: would care of Lawtey as it is first.
take four to five years to be Now how many of you council
built and would be done in members agree with me? Show
three phases. your hands."
A few residents spoke out At this point, Mayor Scott
against the annexation because said, "This is a public hearing."
they thought it would mean the Rosier: "I know it's a public
annexed property would hearing I just want to know
receive sewer use before them. how they feel about it."
Dixon and Mayor Jimmie Scott Scott: "The council should
said this was not the case. not vote until it is time for the


er issues anger Lawte residents


Chief, councilman try


to boot Lawtey mayor


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Disagreements over .sewer
and `annexation already had
citizens and some of the
council members flustered, but
all sense of order seemed to be
lost when it came time for
Chief of Police Butch Jordan
to give his police department
update.
The council approved all of
his item requests 5-0: a digital
projector screen ($879.97),
three Tasers and training
classes (not to eKceed $900)
and a trip for four officers to
the Click It or Ticket awards
banquet in Orlando (not to
exceed $400).
Jordan also requested three
new cars for the police
department. At the cotrncil's
request he agreed to wait until
budget workshops to bring up
that request again.
All seemed to be going
smoothly until Jordan brought
up the issue of what he thought
was unauthorized use of a
former Lawtey police officer's
cell phone. .
The man complained of an
unusually high bill, Jordan'
said, so Jordan requested the
'bills from City Clerk Lisa
Harley.
Harley said during the.
meeting she had already
transferred the phone to the.
officer's name once he left the
city. He inadvertently got
another officer's bill, but,
Harley said the problem had
already been corrected.
Jordan said he could not
resolve the issue because his
name was not on the bill.
Harley said she would discuss
the matter. with him in her'
office, but could not discuss it
with him during the day
because he was never there.
Jordan said, "Every time I
talk to you, you want to argue,
and I don't play that game."
When he got to the end of
his report, Jordan said,
"Closing statement: I've been
here 44 and a half years and
ain't a single person in here
going to keep me from doing
my job. I've had it out with the
mayor three months ago. I had
a mouth-to-mouth word with
him.. He yelled at me, and I
yelled at him. I shook his hand,
and he hasn't stopped to this
day. He's lied to me, and I'm
not working with him. I
recommend the city council
get him off the mayor's seat,
and I'd like to see y'all
nominate another mayor.
"Now if you want me to
stand up here and tell you what
some of the stuff he's done.
He's a backstabber. He run
right down to Chief (Gordon)
Smith of Slurie and tried to
catch me in a lie."


Jordan's statement
continued on in this manner
with some interjection
* frofmiMayor Scott, who said he
never called Jordan a liar.
When asked what lie Jordan
was talking about, he said
Scott claimed a note was left
under his door (the note was a
definition of the office of the
chief of police from a law
dictionary saying the police
department was separate from
the council and could govern
itself). : .
Scott and Harley said the
note was placed under the
mayor's door, but they don't
know by whom. Lt. Nathan
Blom and Jordan said it was
hanging on their bulletin
board.
Scott said he took the letter
from under his door and gave a
copy to attorney Sikes for a
response, and then gave it back
to Jordan with a copy of the
city charter that defines the
police department.
Believing Blom put the note
under his door, Scott met with.
him and Jordan. Scott said
Jordan used an "elevated tone"
and said he got the paper from,
Chief Smith.
Scott said he discussed this
with Smith when he saw him
in passing, not because he
made a special trip to see him.
Scott said during the council
meeting, "There's always
another side." He said the
whole issued stemmed from a
previous incident, and it
appeared Jordan was trying to
get back at him, going as far as
td have him investigated by the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement. This
'investigation could not be
confirmed as of press time.
Scott said, "The chief and I,
we went back and forth..
Finally, he said to me, 'Okay, I
agree I have the power that's'
granted to me under Florida
statute...' I said fine, that's all I
was concerned with. We shook
hands, and he immediately said
-to me, 'I'm going to go down
and talk to Chief Smith.' I said
no then, you're not done with it
... if you're going to go after
we said we're through with it
and investigate further, you're
not done with it. That's all I
said to him. I don't know what
he's talking about with these
lies."
He referenced an incident
where a city pump went
missing almost a year ago. A
resident told Scott where it
was, and a Lawtey police
officer conducted' the
investigation. No wrongdoing
was found at the time.
"The chief I guess is getting
back at me. He goes to FDLE
and asks them to conduct an
investigation on me regarding
thl.,, 't said.


Scott: "We need to work
together ... You can investigate
all you want to, but the matter
is he is doing- all of those '.
things, ladies and gentlemen,
and I have not done anything.)
whatsoever ... but go to work,
and I will continue to do that as
long as there is breath in me."
"As far as I am concerned ...
it's not about the chief. It's not
about me. It's not about the
council. It is about the citizens.
That's what it's all about. We
have been elected to do a job

for the citizens of this town,
and that's what I intend to do."
Councilman Rosier said, "I
don't know anything about all
this." He said he is not
contacted about meetings.
He then proceeded to poll
the audience to see who
wanted to and did not want to
get rid of Mayor Scott. Even
though Rosier said there was a
tie, five to five, more people
had their hands raised to keep
Scott.
When told he was out of
order, Rosier said he could
speak when he wanted. He
made a motion to vote Scott
outas mayor. Chief Jordan said
he found nothing in the city
charter that would keep the
council from doing so.
Scott recommended they
speak to the city attorney on
what was the proper legal
procedure.
After more argument, a,
Lawtey resident stood up and
told them it was not the time or
place to be hashing out their
differences. If they needed to
meet in a different setting with
the city attorney, they should.
'In an interview Tuesday
with Sikes, he said the mayor
could 'not be removed by
simply taking a vote. He said
the governor can remove
someone from office, and that
the city probably had an
impeachment process, but he
would have to research the
Smatter further.
The motion to remove Scott
as mayor died due because no
one seconded it.
In other city business:
On Tuesday, Aug. 15, at 6
p.m. a workshop will be held
to discuss the city's budget for
the upcoming fiscal year.
When a second workshop will
take place will be decided at
that workshop.
A public hearing to discuss
the millage and budget will be
held on Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 6
p.m.
Lawtey City Council voted
3-2 to appro'vN" a $2,000
request by Episcopal Children
Services for pre-K at Lawtey
Community School.
Councilman Rosier and
Councilwoman Jeanette
Phillips were opposed to the
request.


city move rorwara winm
revising the plans.
In a 5-0 vote, the council'
7 voted to move ahead with the
project, contingent upon
approval from the city's
attorney, Dan Sikes, who was
not able to attend the meeting.
Mittauer said he will revise
the sewer plans to include the
new pipes that have to be put
in, which will take him about
two weeks.
Following this, the plans
have to be approved by the
USDA and other agencies who
gave Lawley grant money for
the project.
If the plans are accepted,
City Clerk Lisa Harley said a
bid can be put out for a new
contractor. The typical


aovertisement pllo isu s ju uaya
for a project of this size, so. a
contractor'could be hired by the
beginning of October. ,
A contractor might be likely
to proceed by the beginning of
December, Mittauer said.
However, with the Christmas
holiday, construction may not
begin until the beginning of
2007.
Councilman John Morris
said, "I don't want anyone to
get the idea we're going to do
this tomorrow. It's not going to
be a two-week job. We're
basically starting over again."
For the citizens. Mittauer
and the council came up with
an estimate of eight to nine
months construction time.
Thus, residents of Lawtey


lmyll)" see Ite. i .,u l L., I I w U i.,, T .
project in the fall of 2007 if all ?
goes according to plan. '



Juv. Justice
meets : ,

Aug. 10
The next meeting of the
Bradford County Juvenile
Justice Shared Services
Council will be Thursday, Aug. ,A
10, at 11:30 a.m. The council o;
meets at the conference room )
of the Bradford County .
Sheriff's Office, located behind .
the courthouse.


vote." .
After further discussion on
the issue, Scott said a vote
would not be taken at that time
on the annexation.
Dixon concluded by saying,
"The developer is required to
meet the standards of the city.
We will put in all the
infrastructure and make sure
the capacity for water and
sewer are available before we
can actually do our project. We.
will not be getting any money
or charging anything to the
city."
Sewer
There's news on Lawtey's
sewer project, but according to
the engineer, it's mostly bad
news.
Joe Mittauer, the engineer
for Lawtey's sewer project,
presented maps to the council
showing what areas of the
sewer had been completed after
his inspection.
'He said the original job
called for 32,000 feet of pipe to
be laid in the ground. A little
more than half, 54-59 percent,
was completed by the
contractor that the city is now
in litigation with.
Mittauer said he only had
test data on approximately
8,000 feet of pipe in the
ground. He said he found lots
of misalignments and
"significant sags" in the sewer
pipes.
"Fifty percent of everything
in the ground will have to be
replaced," he said.
Only 25 percent of the
project was completed, leaving
approximately 75 percent of
the total sewer project to be
finished (25 percent has to be
redone and 50 percent has not
even been started).
Mittauer recommended the


thereof.
LESS AND EXCEPT
A parcel of land lying in Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Southwest corner of
the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28;
thence South 89031'20" East, along the
Southerly boundary line of the Southwest
1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 28, a distance of
129.68 feet; thence North 01 38'05" West
257.97 feet; thence North 87023'31" West
231.59 feet to the Easterly right-of-way
line of Short Street; thence North
18005'40" East, along the Easterly right-
of-way line of Short Street, 259.14 feet to
the Point of Beginning; thence North
18005'40" East, along the Easterly right-
of-way line of Short Street, 130.54 feet to
the Southeasterly intersection of the right-
of-way lines of Short Street and Thomas
Street; thence North 89045'18" East,
along the Southerly right-of-way line of
Thomas Street, 91.49 feet; thence South
00054'06' East 121.89 feet; thence South
88053'13" West 133.98 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
,All -said ,lands containing 19;87 acres,
more or less.
"A' PORtiION OF THE CITY OF STAKE
A portion of Section 28, Township 6
South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida.


BY THE ZONING COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant the City of Starke Land
Development Code, hereinafter to as the
Land Development Code, and Sections
163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida
Statutes, as amended, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning amendments, as described
below, will be heard by the Zoning
Commission of the.City of Starke Florida,
hereinafter referred to as the Zoning
Commission, at public hearings on
August 24, 2006 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matters can be heard, in
the City Commission Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 209 North Thompson
Street, Starke, Florida.
(1) Z 06-2, an application by Christopher
J. Durban, to amend the Zoning Map-of
the Land Development Code from
RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY,
MEDIUM DENSITY (R-1C) to
COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (B-2) on
the property described,'as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: Lots 14,
15 and 16, Block 3, CityParkSubMivsion'
ofWeatherdy- and; arman's Addition,,to-
Town of Starke, as recorded in the Public
Records of Bradford County, Florida.
Containing .46 acre, more or less.
(2) Z 06-3, an application by Harvest
Christian Church, to amend the Zoning
Map of the Land Development Code from
MOBILE HOME PARK (RM-2) to MULTI-
FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (R-2A) on the
property described, as follows: -
A parcel of land lying in Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Southwest corner of
the Southwest I /4 of the Southeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28;
thence South 89031'20" East, along the
Northerly boundary line of the Southwest
1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 28, a distance of
129.68 feet to the Point of Beginning;
thence North 0138'05" West 257.97 feet;
thence North 8723'31" West 231.59 feet
to the Easterly right-of-way line of Short
Street; thence North 1805'40" East,
along the Easterly right-of-way line of
Short Street, 389.86 feet tq the Southerly
right-of-way line of Thomas Street; thence
North 89045'18".East, along the Southerly
right-of-way line of Thomas Street,
502.30 feet; thence South Q0012'15" West
121.01 feet; thence South 89046'54"
East; 102.08 feet to the Easterly
boundary line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Section 28; thence South 00'40'30" East,
along the Easterly boundary of the
Southwest 1/4 of Southeast 1/4 of
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28, a
distance of 523.70 feet; thence North
89031'20" West, along the Southerly
boundary line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeastl/4 of said'
Section 28, a distance of 492.45 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
AND
A parcel,of land lying in Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: That
portion of the Northeast 1/4 of the.
Southeast 1/4 of said Section 28 lying
North of Alligator Canal.
AND
A parcel of land lying in Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: The
West 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
'Section 28, less and except the West
66.00 feet and the East 90.00 feet


11


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS TO
AMEND THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY ,
OF STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE o


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A. r- atnrnii ( iu M vqPteoc tte-e e


The public hearings may be continued to
one, or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the
public hearings shall be announced
during the public hearings and that no
further notice concerning the matters will
be published.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all
interested parties may appear to be heard
with respect to the amendments.
Copies of the amendments are available
for public inspection at the Bradford
County-City of Starke Zoning Department
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
North Wing, Starke, Florida, during
regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide
to appeal any decision made at the above
referenced public hearings, they will need
a record of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.







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August is recognized as National Immunization Awareness
Month. This national observance gives the community an -. .
opportunity to inform others of the importance of immunization .. .
from birth to adulthood.
As parents send their children to school and college students
start the new semester, immunization--should be a primary focus
to ensure the control of miiany: infectious diseases that could
possibly harm or kill infants, children and adults. Immunization
is a lifelong process and protects people regardless of age, sex
or race.
The Bradford County Health Department provides .; .
immunizations free of charge to individuals 18 years and under.
If you have any questions regarding immunizations, please.
contact Bradford County Health Department at (904.) 964-7732.


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hour.
2. Limit drinking caffeinated or alcoholic beverages because
they cause the body to lose more fluid.
3 Stay-ij- -arir-Thiditioned area; two hours in air conditioning
can reduce heat-related illnesses.
4. Plan outdoor activities during the coolest part of the day.
5. Tr\ to eat light meals.
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Register to vote in general election


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BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer'
.It's now too late to register
to vote in the primary election;
but not too ,ate to register for
the general election.
Voters have to register at
least 29 days prior to an
election. The primary is set for
Tuesday, Sept. 5, with polls
open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
In order to- vote in the
general election, residents,
must-register by Oct. 10. You
can register at the office of the
supervisor -of elections,
driver's license offices,. other
state agencies and at public
libraries.
The general election is, set
for Tuesday. Nov. 7, with polls
open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Clay and Bradford counties
are. still searching for- poll
workers, but. Union County.
Supervisor of Elections Babs
Montpetit indicated her county
has a sufficient number. .
Bradford County Supervisor-
".of- Eletiofs Terfy Vaughan
said his county is, pretty much
set. "We're pretty good on poll
workers, although %\e had to
scramble to make it work." he
said. "We have enough, but we
always need a few- more
alternates."
Elaine Myer, a
representative of Clay
Supervisor of Elections


Barbara Kirkman, said that
county is still taking
applications for poll
workers, although staff for the
primary is pretty well set. A
few more might be needed in
November, however.
Poll workers must be,
registered to vote in the county
in which they intend to work:.
Poll workers also have to go
through a training program so
that they understand how the
tabulation machines %\ork.
Of course, poll workers must
also be prepared to work from
about 6a.m. to about 7 30 p.m.
on election day.
For more information about
becoming a poll worker, call
Bradford County at (904) 966-
6266, or Clay County at (904)
284-6350 or (904) 269-6350..,
Clay County currently has a
total of 112.015 registered'
voters. The majority are'
Republicans;, 63, I 23.'
Democrats total 28,290 and
Voters of other parties total
20.602. ,
Bradford County currently
has 14,040 registered voters..
The majority of' those are
Democrats, 8.251.
Republicans total 4.347 and
voters of other parties total
1,442. : .
Union County currently has
a total of 6.972 registered
others The majority of those


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Bradford voters would choose They are not running against, Jr., Brad Thomas and Peter
from a field ,of three Florida one another. They): are R. Fred Webster.
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are Democrats; 5.089.
Republicans total 1,434 and
voters of other parties total,
449.
Voters in.all three counties
can begin going to the polls on
Monday. Aug. 21. Early voting
begins that day and runs
through SaturdaN. Sept. 2.
In Cla\ County; early voting
will run from 8:30 a.im.
through 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Saturday in Keystone
Heights at the supervisor of
elections' branch office. Clay
voters can also cast an early
ballot at there supervisor's
branch offices in Middleburg
and Orange Park and at the
Fleming Island Library. :
In Bradford County. early
voting will occur Monda\
through Saturday from 8:30
a.m to 4:30 p.m. -at the
supervisor's mobile unit in the
north parking lot of the
Brad ford County Courthouse.
In .Union Count\. early
*-oting \uill occur Monday
.through SaturdaN. s a.m. to 5
p.m.. at the super isor's office
in the ULnion County
Courthouse.
For more information on the
,upcoming elections, call, the
supervisor's office: In Clay
County, call (904~t284-6350.
in Bradford (904), 966-6266.
and in Union, call (3861 496-
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--Joann anoa is shown with some of the bells in her collection.
Joann Canova is shown with some of the bells in her collection.


Bells are ringing during Augu,
The hell collection of Joann which included tour bells of
Cano,.a is currently on display varied tqnes representing the
at the Bradford County Public sounds.of the season:. love.
Library. "pea e-.joy. and, hope.
Cano'.a admits that she Afterwprds. it became a
ne' er made a decisTio-- n---. p, .uJar her to test tones of
collect hells. any .b lls ,she" .'.Thus...began
Her fascination with bells the..gift giving of bells to
began sears-ago. when she-was Canova from family, friends
directing a Christmas musical and fellow musicians.


st at BC Library
Include in the collection are
bells of crystals. which werc
gifts from her husband.
Canosa's collection will bc
featured throughout the month
of August.
If you have a special
collection-that you %would like
to display at the library, call
(904) 964-6400. or stop by.


Pleasant
Grove Action
Group to
meet Aug. 21
The regular'monthl. meeting
,,1 the Ple:sant Grote Action
Gr. Iup ..ill be held on Monday.
.\u' 21. at 7 p m. at the
Pleas.int Gric\e United
Meihodist Church on N.W
17-[h St.
All concerned citizens are
urged to attend.


Ambassadors
return from
Australia
Siarke Elementar\ School
te..'h e i Pern Schirrmacher
recrintl, returned from an 18-
di., People-ti-People Student
.-\Miiibis-adur Program to
A,.irraliai
SL iirmjcher led a delegation
,I ,e'.e e students from


Bradtord, Alachua and Putnam
counties as- they explored new
cultures and created new
international friendships
The students participated in
many exciting activities while
they were in Australia. They
snorkeled at the Great Barrier
Reef, visited a nature center and
saw kangaroos. wombats, and
koalas.
They had a farm sta) on a
sheep station and participated
in a leadership course.
One of the most rewarding
events was a home stay with
an Australian familN. The
students and the teachers spent
a weekend with Australian
families so they could
experience life as an Aussie
Schirrmacher's home stay
was with an Australian teacher.
She was given a tour of the
school where her home stay
host worked.
"It was neat to compare
education in Australia to
education in Florida," said
Schirrmacher. "The whole trip
was a wonderful experience for
everyone invoked."


For any questions regarding
the People to People mission
or programs. log on to
Sw %w .studentambassadors org


Girl Scout
round-ups are
set for Aug.
Round-ups for girls in
Bradford and Union county who
want to join the Girl Scouts
are planned for August.
School-age girls, K-12. may
register for a $10 fee (national).
Other expenses may include
uniform, dues, badges., etc.
Round-up dates for Bradford-
Union Girl Scouts includes:
Thursday, Aug. 17, 6-8
p.m., Starke First United
Methodist Church.
Other round-ups will be
offered at area schools.
Contact an) scout leader for
further information or call
Laurie Mullins, (904) 964-
5645, or Carolyn Eaves, (904)
964-5812.


90M URCH


New Beginnings Lighthouse of
Prayer Church. on Brownlee
St. next to Shanda's Beauty,
Shop, will sell dinners from 10
a.m. until 3 p.m., each Friday in
the month of August. A
donation of $6 w ill buy a two-
piece chicken dinner, country
st Ile ribs in gravy or spiral ham,
w ith t\\o vegetables. rice-. .-.
dessert and bread. Donations
% ill be used to support the
pastors' anniversary program.
Call Liza, (904 368-0511, or
Katrina., 904') 964-7781, for
further details.
SL Matthews Free Methodist
Church of Starke will celebrate
its pastor's anniversary on
Sunday. Aug. 13, at II a:m. and
4 p.m. The public is invited.
Madison Street Baptist
Church. 900 W. Madison St. in
Starke will feature special
speakers every Tuesday in
August at 6:30 p.m. On Sunday,
Aug. 13, Dr. Junior Hill will be
in charge of services at 9 and
10:30 a.m. and 6 p m. The
public is in\ ited to all services.
Evergreen Baptist Church,
7025 C.R. 125 in Lawtey.
Announces its second annual
"Hot Summer Nights" series
every Thursday in August.
Featured speakers are: Dr. Jim
Snell, Dr. David Beauchamp,


Dr. Herb Reavis, Dr. John
Sullivan and the Rev. Randy
Lamb; Dinner at 6 p.m. followed
by services at 7:15 p.m. The
publicjis invited. Call (904) 782-
3717 for information.
The Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
choir of Lawtey. where Rev.
Marya T. Mitchell is pastor, will
-be in concert on Sunday, Aug.
27, at 4 p.m. The concert will be
held at Macedonia Freewill
Baptist Church on Lake Street in
Lawtey. The public is invited.
Pentecostal Lighthouse
Fellowship of Starke, 325 N.
Christinian S, will have a gospel
sing oni Friday. Aflg. I, at 7:30
p.m. The group "Gospel Lights,"
which includes Brenda Bennett,
Carolyn Guyger and Bonnie
Seay, will be joined by other
local talent. The event is free, but
an offering will be accepted.
The public is invited. For
information, call (904) 964-
8890.
Jam for Jesus Back-to-School
Bash is planned for Friday, Aug.
18. 7-9:30 p.m.. and will feature
music and ministry by local
Christian rock band, "Creature."
-Admission is free. For
informatioin,calt'Bruce Massey,
(904) 966-2292.
Trinity Baptist Church is now
enrolling students fora 2006-


2007 AWANA club. The first
club night is Wednesday., Aug.
9. Activities are held each
Wednesday evening from 6.30-
8:15 p.m. for children 3 years
old through the sixth grade. The
church'is 2.5 miles south of
Keystone Heights on S.R. 2 I.
New River NC Methodist
Church will host a gospel sing
on Sunday, Aug. 13, during the
II a.m. service. The featured
singer will be Chris Smith,
former baritone singer for The
Inspiration Quaret. Everyone is
invited. For information, call
(386) 431-1536 or (904) 964-
3583.
True Vine Ministry will be
Evangelistic E\plosion 2006,
Saturday, Aug. 12 from 3-5
p.m. There will be a special
session regarding child support
issues. The church is located at
422 N. Saint Clair St. in Starke.
The public is invited. For more
information please call 964-
*9264.
Greater Allen Chapel ANME
Church will host a 3-day
revival service beginning
Sunday, Aug. 13, at 6 p.m. The
revival will continue Nonda)
and Tuesday, Aug. 14 and 15, at
7 p.m. The Rev. Quida Smith
will be the speaker. The public
is invited.


Bradford County's Only


inventionn


EL ECT ION

I, P. STEVEN FUTCH, Mayor-Commissioner of the City of
Starke, Florida, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law,
do hereby call for a General Election to be held at the City Hall
in the aforesaid city of qualified voters on Tuesday, September
05, 2006, A.D., from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of
electing the following officials:


enter


1. CITY COMMISSIONER -
2. -CITY COMMISSIONER -
3:. CITY COMMISSIONER -


DISTRICT 1
DISTRICT 3
DISTRICT 5


INSPECTORS for the first primary election are as follows:

1. CHARLES BLALOCK
2. CHARLENE BLALOCK
3. MARGARET MOORE
4. CAROLYN CREWS
5. PATSY LAWSON.
6. EUGENIA WHITEHEAD
7. HERBERT GREEN
8. PHILIP NICHOLS

CLERK: CHASE HARDY

IN TESTIMONY WVIEREpF, I hereby subscribe my name
and cause the Seal' of the City to be fixed hereunto owy the 1 st
day of August; 2006, A.D....


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Continued from p. 1A
Others were. enthusiastic
about promise of growth. Virgil
Berry said the board of
adjustment was sitting on a rare
opportunity. He said the
Bradford County Development
Authority, of %which he is a
member, is 100 percent behind
the projectt because a
development of this type would
attract additional businesses,
like restaurants- franchises
that the county hasn't been able
to attract even though tens of
thousands of people travel U.S.
301 every day.
"They're just passing
through, they're not stopping
and spending money," Berry
said.
Bob Workman said he's seen
the county miss some
opportunities in his 30 years of
residence, and saw the
potential development as a way
to broaden the tax base and
make ,Starke a tourist
attraction. He predicted more
jobs, more tourism and higher
property values.
One concern was access to.
the property and the impact on
local roads. Options for access
include county roads to the
north and south of the property,
or a new road crossing another
Mains property on the east
siole,,ojning. ip from Forsyth
Road.
tfig bst logical access,
would seem to be from Mullins
Grade (Southeast 144th Street),
which will be paved with more
than $2 million in federal
funds. A new road could be
constructed by the developer
from there, crossing Rayonier
land to reach the racetrack.
Other roads, like Forsyth,
would also require upgrades to
handle increased traffic. Board
Chairman Colon Davis asked
who would bear that expense.
County Manager., Jim
Crawford discussed the impact
fees or the proportional share
that would be required of any
developer to improve the
necessary roads.
"1 feel comfortable we can
come up with a good network
of roads to support this, or I
assure you, I wouldn't let it
happen," Crawford said..
According to the county
manager, this, project could
provide the county the
economic boost it has been
looking for and could help
Starke become synonymous
with something other than state
prisons.
Public opposition was
weaker than the board's prior
meeting. Michael Batterson
said the talk of those"
supporting the application
sounded impressive, but
nothing was certain. Before
now, he said the general
consensus of most residents in
that area was that a private.
hunting club would be
established on the property.
He said: more' residents
would speak in opposition if


they knew for a fact a racetrack
would be built there. Contrary
to predictions' of higher
property values, he thought
property values would drop for
nearby residents unless their
land was sold for commercial
use.
Andy Griffis felt the location
of the proposed racetrack was
too far from any major
highway., too hidden, to draw a
crowd.
Questions were also asked
about buffers. The county only
requires-IO feet. The board-of-
adjustment decided to approve
the special exception
contingent upon a 100-foot
greenbelt being left around any
future racetrack development.
Approval of the special
exception is just the first step in
the process of engineering,
design and permitting that will
eventually place a site plan
before the county commission
for approval.
The board of adjustment also
approved a special exception
for Dean and Cheri Whitehead.
He plans to operate a part-time
automotive repair shop on the
agriculturally zoned property
off of Northwest C.R. 225 near
Lawtey.
Zoning board


and Clifford Jackson to rezon
a half-acre on Forsyth Roa
from agriculture-2 r
commercial neighborhood wa
recommended for approval.
The zoning board did nc
recommend a land us
amendment for nearly 30 acre
on Southwest C.R. 23
belonging to Alvin and Tond
Elixson because a concurrence
report and public testimony
identified the land as too we
for the additional dwellin
units allowed unde
agriculture-2.
An application by BWI
Land Trust to change the lanm
use classification on 73.8 acre
across from Brooke
Elementary to agriculture-
was recommended fo
approval.
Also recommended fo
approval was a land us'
amendment to agriculture-2 fo
678 acres of land in the north o
the county on C.R. 125. Zoninj
Director Nora Thompson sail
the property, which is near thi
prisons, is correctly zoned, bu
is classified in the wrong lanm
use category.



LEGALS


actions IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
The Bradford County JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
Sing orduuu r oumeny BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
7Zoning Board recommended CASE NO.: 04-2006-CA-159
the county commission go AMIRICAN GENERAL HOME
- ahead ahd'expand or redtitethd"' 'EQUITY, INC., a Delaware
: ,county's urban. development.,. ,corporabon, authorized to and doing
areas as follows:. business in the State of Florida,
areas as follows: Plaintiff,
Reduce the urban vs.
development area north of TIMOTHY DWAYNE WEIR and
Lawtey by 320 acres. Land use TUSHINA MARIE WEIR, husband
and wife,
will revert from residential, Defendants.
low density to agriculture-2. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
Reduce the urban SALE
development area south of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Hamptopnb2t 0 areas.h o i. pursuant to a Summary Final
Hampton by 320 acres. Land Judgment of Foreclosure dated July
use will revert from residential, 26, 2006, and entered in Civil Case
low density to agriculture-2. No. 04-2006-CA-159 of the Circuit
Expand the urban Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit In
Sand for Bradford County, Florida,
development area to the north, wherein AMERICAN GENERAL
south and east of Starke by a HOME EQUITY, INC. is Plaintiff and
total of 1,120 acres. Land use TIMOTHY DWAYNE WEIR and
will jump from agriculture-2 to TUSHINA MARIE WEIR, husband
residential. low density. -and wife, are Defendants. I will sell to
residential. low density. the highest and best bidder for cash.
Expand the urban such sale only to take place in the
development area around presence of Plaintiff or Plaintiff's duly
Keystone Heights by 3,033 -
acres. Land use will jump from
agriculture-2 or residential
estate to residential, low
density.
In areas removed from the
urban development area, a 1
lower housing density .will.be .
allowed. Greater housing .2
density\ will be tolerated in the The l
areas added to the urban The eli
development areas.
The commission will 7mm affof usat
consider the matter before WESTERN STEEl
forwarding the applications to FAMILY
the Florida Department of STEAKHOUSE
Community Affairs for review.
An application by Patricia UlS5301 S., Starke
Shackleford and Paul Kendall 964-8061
w as recommended for STARKE UNITED
approval. The portion of their P ENTECOSTALED
property lying in Bradford PENTECOSTAL CHURC
County )%ill be changed to SUNDA\ MORNIrIG 1000AM.
commercial general to match WrJED' BIBLESiUDY 3PM
the portion l.ing in Clay WED. BIBLE SIUD 730PM
County if the commission 2324 SE SR-16, STARKE
approves the application. 904-964-9619
An application by Hinton ... .


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IN THE CIRCU
FLORIDA EIGHT
CIRCUIT
BRADFORD COUNT
CASE NO.
NORITA V. DAVIS anc
DAVIS, SUCCESSOR
OF THE RONNIE C. C
REVOQABLE LIVING.
DATED ~0303,'
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM L. TYLER; U
SPOUSE OF WILUANM
SHARON G. WATER
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
0. WATERS.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF I
TO: SHARON G. WAI
Residence Unknown,
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
SHARON G. WATER:
Residence Unknown
VY I ARE NOVTIFI-n


8/32tchg. 8/10 AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBUCATION OF THIS NOTICE.
IT COURT OF ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
HTH JUDICIAL THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN AND FOR IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
ITY, FLORIDA FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL.
2006-0272-CA BE FOREVER BARRED.
d STEFAN M. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
TRUSTEE PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE.
DAVIS. ANY -CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
TRIST YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTSTS DATE'OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
INKNOWN Notice is August 10, 2006.
A L TYLER; Personal Representative:
S; BRUCE NORTON
OF SHARON 3700 East Highway 316
CItr,a FL 32113
Attorney for the Personal
Representative:
ACTION ROBERT E. BOONE
TERS, Florida Bar No: 0122970
P.O. Box 1028
EOF Starke,FL 320091
S 904-964-5100
Wn102chg.a f17


1 'U N ui I' I Ir-ii, llat ian actionI
to foreclose a Mortgage on the NOTICE
following property In Bradford The City ofLawtey will be conducting
County, orida: a Budet Workhop on TuesdayAug.
Lot 34 of FOX HOLLOW, recorded in 15,006 at 6 p.m. The workshop w
Plat Book 3, page 76 of the Public be held at the Lawtey City Hall. All
Records of Bradford County, Florida interested parties are invited to
has been filed by the Plaintiff against attend.
you and others in the above-styled 8/101tchg.
cause and you are required to serve a


Schools

schedule open

house for

parents
Starke Elementary School
will hold its open house on
Tuesday, Aug. 15.
It will start at 6 p.m. in the
school's cafeteria.
Bradford High School will
hold its 2006-2007 open house
on Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Parents and students should
report to the school's
auditorium at 7 p.m.
Hampton Elementary will
host an open house for parents
of students in first though fifth
grade.
The open house will take
place on Thursday, Aug. 17, at
7 p.m.
Northside Christian
Academy will hold its open
house on Friday, Aug. 25, at 7
p.m.


School starts on the
following Monday, Aug. 28.
from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Supply lists are available in
the school's front office.
Any other questions can be
directed to the school at (904)
964-7124.

NAACP plans

meetings
On Nlonda., Aug. 14, at 6.30
p.m., the NAACP %will meel
with the Bradford County
School Board at the district
office to discuss some areas of
concern
The monthly meeting of the
NAACP Executive Committee
will be held on Monday. Aug.
2.1, at 6:30 p.m There will be a
special meeting at 6 p m. for
political candidates. All
'officers are uiged to attend.
Both meetings will be held at
427 N. St. Clair St. in Starke.
For more information,
contact Pat Smith at i904) 782-
3021


1 p Starke 964-7830
Stakce 964-6078 Lake. Buer 496-3079 Lake Butler 496-3333


DENAR'S.





First United Nelhodist Church


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-,OF'.ET. ,32 0" 02. Within
S Courthouse, 945pe COUNTY FLORIDA. SAID LOT 30 er the date of the
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091 the BEING CONVEYED WITH A with the Clerk of this Court ther
following described property as set RIGHT OF INGRESS AND beforwith the Clerice.on Plaintifff this either
forth in said Summary Final EGRESS OVER EASEMENTS AS before immediately thereafter; otherwise
Judgment of Foreclosure, being SHOWN ON MAP, ALSO BEING ormmdefault will bthereaerotherwiseou
situate in BRADFORD County, SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS TO adeaut will be center against you
Florida, to-wit: CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, for, the relief demanded in the
L A parcel of land lying in the NW 1/4 of INC.. AS SHOWN ON SAID MAP. plaint and seal of this
the NW 1/4 of Spction 14. Township 6 SAID PARCEL BEING FURTHER WITNESS my hand and seal of this
South. Range 21 East, Bradford DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: is 24 day NORMAN
County, Florida; said parcel being COMMENCE AT THE Cerk ofCour
more particularly described as NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID Clerk of Court
follows. 'WEST 1/2 OF THE SOUTHWEST By: Carol Williams
Commence at the Northwest corner 1/4 AND RUN SOUTH 89 BEVINGDeputy CeITCH
of said NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 and run DEGREES 15'49" WEST, ALONG p BoxH1025,
North 88 degrees 37 minutes-09 THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY rainesville, FL32602
seconds East. along the Northerly THEREOF, 1000.0 FEET FOR THE (352) 376-3201
boundary thereof. 822.98 feet, thence POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM Florida Bar #143762
South 01 degree 01 minute and 07 POINT OF BEGINNING THUS Attomey for Plaintiff
seconds East 353.81 feet to a set iron DESCRIBED RUN ,SOUTH 00 8a32tchg. 8/10
- rod for the Point of Beginning. From DEGREES 3718" EAST. PARALLEL
the Point of Beginning thus described WITH THE EASTERLY PUBLIC AUCTION
run North 88 degrees 34 minutes 36 BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST 1/2 An auction is scheduled for Aug. 19,
seconds East, 454,42 feet lo an iron OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4, A 2006, at C&C Mini Storage, U.S. 301,
. rod set on the Westerly toundryof DISTANCE OF 348.50 FEET S ,. ; .MSta nto. a
the oght-of-way of County R 225 THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES Units
thence South 01 degree 30.minutes 15'49" WEST, PARALLEL WITH' 142, Tracy Daw
21 seconds East, along said Westerly SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY, 19 Newan
boundary. 143 00 feet to a set iron 125.00 FEET. THENCE NORTH 00 1-52, Carol Burton
rod: thence South 88 degrees 34 DEGREES 37'18" WEST, 2-2ANa Roberts
minutes 36 seconds West, 380.45 PARALLEL WITH SAID EASTERLY 2-35 Ce nderwood
e ee to a setiron rod; thence North 01 BOUNDARY, 348.50 FEET TO AN 2-21, Gloria Covington
degree 30 minutes 21 seconds West INTERSECTION WITH SAID &32tchg. 8/10
d parallel with said Westerly boundary, NORTHERLY BOUNDARY;
o 48.22 feet to a found iron rod; thence THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES
as -South 88 degrees 34 minutes 36 15'49- EAST, ALONG SAID INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
seconds West, 74.77 feet to a set iron NORTHERLY BOUNDARY, 125.00 BRADFORD COUNTY,
rod: thence North 01 degree 01 FEET TO THE POINT OF FLORIDA
t minute 07 seconds West, 94.79 feet BEGINNING. File No. -Cp-oD4
e to the Point of Beginning Containing To include a: PROBATE DIVISION
.s 1.41 acres 1992 REDMAN MOBILE HOME IN RE: The Estateo
7 TOGETHER WITH THAT V1N 146M6897 63916346 CARL NORTON,
CERTAIN DOUBLE-WIDE MOBILE A/K/A eCAse.
a HOME ID# FLHMBFP101744302A 11113 SW 105th Street NOTICE TO CREDITORS
S ANDFLHMBFP101744302BGraham, F32042The administration of the estate of
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN at ublicsale,tothehighestandbest CARLNORTON.deceased,whose
INTEREST IN THE URPLUSAN bidder, for cash, at the front entrance date of death was November 26,
S INTER ES T IN THE SURPLUS of the east side of theBradford 2005,is pendin theCircuit Court
g FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHiER County Courthouse, 945 North for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
r THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER Temple Avenue Starke, FL32091 at Division. the address of which is 945
AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS 11:00AM. onAug.24,2006 North Temple Avenue Starke
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM Any person claiming an interest in the Florida 32091. The names and
D WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER surplus from the sale, if any, other addresses of the personal
d THESALE. thantheproperty ownerasof the dte addrepresentative andof the personal
s DATED this 28th day of July, 2006. of the lis pendens, must file a claim representative's attorney are set forth
r RAY NORMAN, within 60 days after the sale. below.p a rney are
S CLERK OF THEBCIRCUIT COURT Witness, my hand and seal of this A creditorsofthe decedentandother
By: Carol Williams court on the 28th day of July, 2006 persns having claims or demands
r Deputy Clerk CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT persons decedents estate on WhOdemands
M32tchg an10 By: Carol Williamssagain t t's eo ta ue
By: Carol Williams copy of this notice Is required to be
r Deputy Clerk
e Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra served must file their claims with this
e IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 9204 King Palm Drive court WITHIN THE LATER OF
r EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Tampa, FL33619-1328 THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
f THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND Attomeys for Plaintiff TIME OF THE FIRST
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY In accordance with the American with PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
SCASE NO. 2006-CA-245 Disabilities Act of 1990, persons OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
d CIVIL DIVISION needing a special accommodation to THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
e CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY participate in this proceeding should EOPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
t SERVICES. INC., contact the ASA Coordinator no later THEM.
d Plaintiff, than seven (7) days prior to the Allothercreditors ofthedecedent and
vs. proceedings. If hearing Impaired, other persons having claims or
TOMMY F. MILLER; THE please call (800) 955-9771 (TDD) or demands against decedent's estate
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TOMMY 800) 955-8770 (voice), via Florida must file their claims with this court
F. MILLER; BEVERLY A. MILLER; Relay Service. WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS


THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
BEVERLY A. MILLER: IF UVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
AND IF DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES. AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
SBY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2;
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Final Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered In the above-
styled cause, In the Circuit Court of
Bradford County, Florida, I will sell
the property situate in Bradford
County, Florida, described as:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
THE WEST 1/2 OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 20,
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 21
EAST. BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
LOT 30, RIVER BEND ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN








Aug. 10, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 7A


Capital City Bank Community President Jeff Oody presents a $1,000 check to Michael Chappell, Southside
PTO president, Felicia Hales, PTO vice president, Principal Bill McRae and teacher Lilly Chappell.

Donation will help Southside PTO beautify playground


A $1,000 grant from the Capital City
Bank Group Foundation will be used by
Southside Elementary's Parent Teacher
Organization, for beautification of the.
school's new playground, including the-
addition of benches and picnic tables.
Alihoug.,t ,.as, hoped the playground
would be ready'for Southside students on
their first, day.. of school, empty portables
remain on site awaiting pickup by the local
governments to whom they were promised.
Principal Bill NMcRae and teacher Lilly
Chappell said it's disappointing that the
playground won't be completed, but they


FUEL
Continued frpm p. 1A
%'hat explains the Lower fuel-
adjustment rate? .It could be
that the eost is' merely being
distributed across a higher
number of kilowatt-hours
purchased.
According to Mark McCain
of the Florida Municipal
Power Agency, in some cases
the larger load purchased by
cities in the summer months
results in fixed costs being
spread across a higher number
of kilowatt-hours, meaning the
average cost per kilowatt-hour
comes down.
*That could mean that while
the fuel adjustment rate is
down, customers may not be
bil@ -h er (" .@5 i--
increased usage.
In other words, residents:
who paid $139.73 for 1,000
kWh in January, but used 1,200;
in June, would bhe- paying
nearly the same amount-
$138.59.
Starke's purchased load
under FMPA's all-requirements
project grew from 4.86 million
kWh in January to 6.52 million
kWh in June. The growth in
the all-requirements energy
purchase is partly explained by
a unit outage at the St. Lucie
nuclear power plant in May
and June.
FMIPA does feel fuel costs
ar6"under control for the'
foreseeable future.
r All current indicators
stjgest that our budgeted
ei rgy rate is sufficient for the


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ered at
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hands Starke and the
erican Heart Association
a offering the following
c sses in CPR for health care
p riders and the community:
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c& e provider recertification-
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are still. enthusiastic about the show of
support the project received from the
community.
The grant from the bank is the latest in a,
series of contributions toward the new
playground. The PTO began raising funds
for the playground at the school's fall
festival last year. Student fund-raisers got
the kids involved, and the school district
pledged funds when the project was
unveiled to the board. The school's
business partners kicked in money as well.
When they finally get the chance to take
the the new equipment out of the crates,


McRae said the playground will be
something everyone can take pride in.
Chappell said it will be the icing on the
cake, with the cake being Southside's
elevation to an A school based on this
year's FCAT results. .
There's a very strong sense of pride
among the faculty going into the new
school year, McRae said. Chappell said
everyone is walking around on cloud nine.
And McRae said it means a lot to the
kids, too, seeing the community partner is'
this type of project.


Starke electric costs, Jan.-June 2006


Starke # of cities
Month Residential more expensive


Jan.


75.95+63,78
$139.73


Feb. 75.95+66.08
$142.031

March 75.95+52
$127.95

April 75.95+52.10
S $128.05
.. ... ,, i' "lf
May 1. 8 5 9,
$126.85


75.95+39.54
$115.49


June


foreseeable future," McCain
said, noting the agency's
natural gas price hedging
activities.
"FMPA's energy rate can
fluctuate monthly, based on a
formula that has been
approved by-our members, so,


deadline: Frida), Oct. 13.
All participants will need to
be at least 10 years old for the
community course.
Register for any session by
calling Bonny Green at (904)
368-2300, ext. 104, or Billie
Engskow at (904) 368-2300,
ext 254.
All of the classes will cost
$25 with the exception of the
community class in October,
which will'be offered for free.
Criticism should not be
querulous and wasting, all
knife and rootpuller, but
guiding, instructive,
inspiring.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson


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Starke
Commercial

144+95.67,
$239.67


144+99.12
0 $243.12


144+78
122.


144+78.15
9 $222.15

,. 144+72.35
10 $220.35


144+59.31
$203.31


# of cities
more expensive


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some fluctuation month-to-
month is possible, but.over a
longer period, we expect
FMPA's energy rate to remain
close to our current rate
structure, barring any
unanticipated events.
"A year ago, an active


hurricane season damaged
natural-gas production in the
Gulf of Mexico, which caused
natural gas prices to skyrocket,
and that had an unanticipated
impact on energy rates. We,
hope that type of situation
won't occur again this year."


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE CITY
OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE ZONING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to the City of Starke Land Development Code,
as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Code, objections, recommendations and
comments concerning an amendment, as described
below, will be heard by the Zoning Commission of the City
of Starke, Florida, at a public hearing on August 24, 2006
at 7:00 p.m., or,as soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall,
located at 209 North Thompson Street, Starke, Florida.
R 060623 A, an application by Big River Developers, LLC,
to amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan to change the future land use
classification from AGRICULTURE (less than or equal to
1 dwelling unit per 5 acres) to RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM
DENSITY (3 to 8 dwelling'units per acre) on property
described, as follows: ./.. ". ".
A parcel of land lying in Sections 20 and 21, Township 6
South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as follows: Begin at the
Northwest corner of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 20; thence North 88Q24'28" East,
along the North line of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 20, a distance of 303.99 feet; thence
North 86925'35" East, along the North line of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20, a
distance of 813.93 feet, to the Southerly right-of-way line
of Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road), also being a
point on a curve concave Northerly and having a radius of
399.63 feet and a central angle of 15Q18'44" and being
subtended by a chord having a bearing of South
68942'46" East, and a chord length of 106.48 feet; thence
Easterly, along the arc of said curve an arc distance of
106.80 feet to a point on the East line of said Section 20;
thence South 01944'07" East, along the East line of said
Section 20, a distance of 291.46 feet; thence North
88929'01" East 330.01 feel; thence North 0144'16" West
283.42 feet, to the Southerly right-of-way line of said
Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road); thence North
87914'29" East, along the Southerly right-of-line of said
Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road) a distance of
766.76 feet to a bend in the South right-of-way line of said
Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road); thence North
87946'20" East along said Southerly right-of-way line of
said Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road) a distance of
214.13 feet, to the East line of the West 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21; thence South 00925'14"
East, along the East line of the West 1/2 of the Northwest
1/4 of said Section 21, a distance of 2,078.64 feet; thence
South 88-36'06i" West 239.12 feet; thence South
o0026'00" East 545-73 feet to the South line of the
Solthwlt'l" /4'of' the"Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21T
thence South 88o39'54" West, along the South line of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21 a
distance of 1,011.81 feet, to the Southwest corner of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21;
thence North 019 43'22" West, along the West line of said
Section 21, a distance of 1,326.79 feet, to the Northwest
corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of said
Section 21; thence South 8752'57" West, along the
South line of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4, of
Section 20, a distance of 626.89 feet to the Southeast
corner of the West 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of,the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section ,20; thence North 00953'57"
West, along the East line of the West 1/2 of the Northeast
1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20 a distance of
100.00 feet; thence South 87-52'57" West 164.90 feet;
thence North 21935'16" West 682.69 fpet; thence South
84950'21" West 208.86 feet, to the Easterly right-of- way
of State Road 16 and the West line of the Northeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20; thence North
0011'12" West, along said West line of the Northeast 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20, a distance of
563.84 feet, to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 102.35 acres, more or less.
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
Sections 20 and 21, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida.


The public hearing may be continued to one or more
future date. Any interested party shall be advised that the
date, time and place of any continuation of the public
hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and
that no further notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation exceeds six calender
weeks from the date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested
parties may appear to be heard with respect to the
amendment.
Copies of the amendment are available for public
inspection at the Bradford County-City of Starke Zoning
Department located at 945 North Temple Avenue, North
Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any
decisions made at the above referenced public hearing,
they will need a record of the proceedings, and that for
such purpose they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


The chart details the city of Starke's residential and commercial rates from
January-June of this year, with residential prices representing the cost of 1,000
kilowatt-hours and the commercial prices representing the cost of 1,500 kilowatt-
hours. The first figure represents the base price, which is added to the highly
variable fuel adjustment charge. That lends the total, which is underlined. Also
shown is the number of municipal utilities in the state where cost exceeded the
city of Starke's.


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Page 8A TELEGRAPH Aug. 10, 2006


Bridge replacements begins this week


Traffic is being
rerouted
The replacement of the New
River Bridge on C.R. 229 at the
Bradford-Union County line is
scheduled to begin this week:,
according to the Florida
"Department of Transportation.
The 1955 timber bridge will
be replaced with a riew .47-:
foot-wide concrete bridge with
two 12-foot lanes and two 10-
foot emergency lanes. The new
bridge will be about 125 feel
longer than the existing 400-1
foot-long bridge
More significant, the new
bridge will be about seven feet
higher than the existing bridge.
The clearance underneath the
bridge will be about 10 feet.
The %work is being managed
by DOT under the federal
bridge 'replacement program,
which uses federal funds to
replace bridges off the state
road system.
The cost of this project is
$5.9 million. Archer Western
Contractors of Jacksonville has
been hired by the DOT to do
the work. They have about a
year to finish, depending on
weather and other unforeseen
-conditions.


BYPASS
Continued from p. 1A
period. the final
environmental impact
statement with DOT's
recommendation will go to
FILA to receive a Final decision.
A choice exists between a so-
called rural option, which is a
two- to four-lane bypass
around th6 city of Starke. and
the urban option, which would
increase the number of traffic
lanes on U.S. 301 through the
city.
It's rare for FIA to disagree
with DOT's recommendation,
Lord said.
"We don't make any bones
about it. The bypass, we think,
is the best option," he said.
That decision isn't official,
however, until FHA gives its


* On Tuesday, crews began
*clearing some of the trees on
the north side of the existing
bridge in order to build the new
bridge. The first phase c would
take about two weeks to
complete.
To provide additional safety
for this phase of work and.
because the work area is very
narrow in this location, the
roadway will be totally closed
during the daytime. Through
traffic will be detoured to S.R.
121 to S.R. 16 to C.R. 225 and
back to C.R. 229.
Once the clearing is done.
the next phase will require
hauling in dirt to build up the
approaches to the new bridge.
This phase will take several
months to complete.
Pile driving will start in
September and will take until
December to complete. Then,
beams will go on top of the
bridge piles in early January
and the concrete deck will
complete the bridge. The new
bridge should be ready for
traffic by late spring or early
summer of next year.
The last phase of work will
consist of removing the old
bridge.
The existing bridge is being
replaced because the pilings


blessing.
The next five-year plan
should be complete in April,
but right now it does not
include design money for the
project. Until a record of
decision is received from FH-A,
DOT can't commit federal
funds for project design.
The five-year plan, however,
is reviewed each year, so if that
decision comes before the end
of the next review period,
money could be scheduled
then. Lord is confident that will
happen.
The design phase would be
followed by right of way
acquisition, then construction.
Work to find funding for those
phases likely won't begin until
design is under way.
"With big projects like this,
you try to get a phase going,
then once you get that going,


Curtis White, Minister of
the Church of Christ in
Lawtey, would like to say
greetings to all of
Bradford County in
Christian Love.
Today our subject for discussion
will be... Withdrawing From The
Disorderly.

Many churches today are hindered in their
work for Christ because disorderly members are
unrebuked. wayward members are not restored.
and careless members are not exhorted and
repro ed. The results of such failures are
numerous. Souls are lost. abilities are not used
t:for the Lord, the work fails, the purity of the
church is defiled, and the church loses its good
report in the community.
No member is above reproach, it can be your
mother, father, sister, brother, your best friend or
even the.preacher. God commands discipline in
His church (11 Thess. 3:6-15).
The Thessalonians were not told to vote on
+ whether or not they wanted to withdraw. No'
choice m as given'. They were commanded to
withdraw from e\er) brother that walketh
disorderly.
In Matt. 18:15-77, Jesus charges us to let any
man %%ho sins but will not repent be unto us as a
heathen man and a publican.
From Whom Are We To Withdraw?
Paul sass in Eph. 5.:27, All sin. which stresses
the need of keeping the church free from any
unrighteousness.",
Paul also names some of these sins:
1.)- One ho commits a pri ate trespass against
another (Matt. 18:15-17) : :
-2.) Those who cause di isions and offenses
contrary to sound doctrine which ye have
learned (Rom. 16:17-18).
3.) Those guilty of, fornication' and
covetousness; those who are extortioners,.
idolaters, railers, and drunkards (I Cor. 5)
4.) Those who walk disorderly; not after the
tradition which ye have received, sluggards, and
husvhbodies. (1 Thess. 3:6-15).
5.) Those who teach other than The Word, who
consent not to wholesome doctrine, the proud
and ignorant; those who dote about questions
and strifes of words; those who produce envy,
strife, railings, evil surmisings, perverse
disputings of men of corrupt minds. Those
destitute of the truth, supposing that gain is
Godliness (I Tim. 6:3-5).
How Is The Discipline To Be Administered?
The Christian's relationship to one from who
the church has withdrawn is established within
the Scripture.
FRIST, Matt. 18:15-17: Let him hbe unto thee as
an heathen man and a publican.
SECONDLY, Rom. 16:17: Mark them; avoid
them.
THIRD, I Cor. 5:2: He should be taken away
PAIDADVE


are deteriorated and it has a
posted weight limit of three
tons to keep large vehicles
from using it. Once the new
bridge is open to traffic, the
weight limit will be removed.
The existing bridge has a
sufficiency rating of 19.6 on a
scale of I -100 and is in need of
being replaced.
DOT will be replacing
another bridge in Union
County beginning in the next
month. The work to replace the
C.R. 241 bridge over Swift
Creek "ill begin in mid to late
September. The existing bridge
was built in 1959 and is also
being replaced as part of the
federal bridge replacement
program.
Updates on the traffic
impacts caused by these two
projects will be posted on the
DOT Web site-www.dot.
state.fl.us-every Friday. Go to
"Construction Projects on
Florida's Highways," "District
2," and then ""Weekly Lane
Closures."
For more information,
comments or concerns, contact
the DOT public information
office toll-free at (800) 749-
2967 or by e-mail at
gina.busscher@dot.state.fl.us.


you start working on the next.
It's just an evolving process,"
Lord said.
Once the design phase enters
the five-year plan. Lord said it
would be a good sign that the
project is moving forward.
"I think DOT executives are
recognizing this is a very
important project because 301
is an important link on our
Strategic Intermodal System
here in Florida," Lord said.

Starke to meet
Aug. 15
The next meeting of the
Starke City Commission will
be Tuesday, Aug. 15, at 7 p.m.
The meeting is at city hall
and is open to the public. An
agenda is available in advance
in the office of the city clerk.


Curtis L. White, minister
from among you. We are to deliver, purge out,
not keep company with, and put away from
yourselves such persons.
Neither are we permitted to eat with such a one
ICor. 5:11.
FOURTH, :.11 Thess. '3:6, 14: Withdraw,
yourselves from, retreat, go away from; note
that man' a mark by which a man may be
known... Distinction; Cause him to be ashamed.
FIFTH, 11 John 10: Receive him not into your
house, neither bid him God speed.
.Withdraw ing from erring brethren is an
unpleasant task, nevertheless, those who sin
must be purged, delivered back to satan.
YOU must also. be remindedthat those whom
%e retreat are not to be counted as enemies, but
as brethren.
We are still to admonish them II Thess. 3:15.
Which suggests that we may still have a
limited amount of contact with the purged, else.
how are we to admonish them? But the danger
is being too friendly, to the point that the brother
or sister feels no shame.
Withdrawal is an act of love Rev. 3:19,
Prov. 13:24;. Heb. 12:5-6, 1 Cor. 5:5, II Cor. 2:4
Receiving the brother back
Withdrawal is not to get rid of or to run off,
but to destroy the flesh that the soul may be
saved.
The noted person is to be received back when
he has been made sorry to repentance (II Cor.
2:1-11 Esp. V.8;7:10).
We should make the return to the church as
public as the announcement to withdraw. To fail
to forgive and receive the returning brother is as
wicked as hot marking him in the beginning II
Cor. 2:11).
Conclusion
Godly discipline has always been a note or
mark of the true church at work. If this were
done in all cases, the discipline of the church
would have a purifying influence that would
soon be felt and acknowledged by all her
members.
May God give us the strength,to do His Will.
Curtis L. White, Minister
The Lawtey Church of Christ awaits your visit...
A Church For All People, OfAll Races.
(904) 782-3771
RTISEMENT


Remember policies for new school year


BY LINDSEY KiRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
On the first day of school
Monday, after the tardy bells
had rung, students were still
arriving at school and trying to
make their way to' their
classrooms.
This may be attributed to
first-day confusion .and the
added stress of trying to
na igate their way around an
unfamiliar campus, but
students and parents in
Bradford County should keep
in mind the revised attendance
policy.
Elementary students must be
at school for 60 percent of the
day to be counted present.
Secondary students have to be
present for 60 percent of the
scheduled class time.
Students can have an
unlimited number of doctor's
notes as long as it is produced
within 48 hours of return to
school. Ten parent notes are
allowed within the same time
frame. After 10 parent notes.
all parent notes will become
unexcused absences.
See the district Web site,
%www.bradford kl2.fl.us, or a
student handbook on what
defines an excused or
unexcused absence.
Absences can
affect grades
If a student has exceeded
their 10 parent notes, absences
become unexcused if no other


valid excuse is turned in to the
school .. ,
According to the district's
policies and progress plan.
"Work missed due to
unexcused absence will result
in a grade of zero. However
work missed due to an
unexcused absence may :be
made up for skill 1
development." '
Students missing five to six
unexcused days during a nine-
week period can only receive a
79 (C). or for kindergarten, an
".S.."
If seen to nine unexcused
days are missed during a nine-
week period, a student can
only receive a 69 (D), or for
kindergarten, an "N."
When the unexcused days
reach 10 or more during a nine-
week period, the maximum
grade will be a 59 (F), or for
kindergarten, a "U."
The school computer system
does not allow teachers to
enter grades higher than these.
If a higher grade is to be given,
the teacher has to meet with the
principal to justify the higher
grade.
Tardies, early
departure and
truancy
Some students do not have a
problem with being late for
school, but their parents will
pick them up early to a'oid
long lines.
Early departure is defined as


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signing out before the end of '.
school when the departure
does not meet an excused
absence qualification.
Elementary students will be
allowed a total-of five tardies
(not. being in the assigned
classroom %when the tardy bell
rings) or early departures per
semester After five, a lunch
detention will be assigned. At.;
five tardies, a parent
conference will be schedule.
Parents of secondary-
students with five or more--.'
unexcused absences in a month -.
or 10 or more in 90 days will-
haxe to meet with the school
attendance team.
Truanc is "'absence from
school %without the parent or
guardian's knowledge or
consent.
With 15 unexcused absences
in 90 days or failure to be-.
enrolled i school consistently :
students between the ages of..
14 and 17 %ill be called:.a.
habitual truant and lose their.
driver's license. Legal action-
can be taken against these "
types of students. -
Dress code
The Bradford County
School Board dress code.-
reflects the board's request .of: -
no skin or undergarments-;
shown from the top of rthe
shoulders to the top of the
knees. "


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SCHOOL
SCortinued from p. 8A
at Bradford High
School, calledd parents on the
first day of school to 'bring
students a change of clothes,
and they said they will
continue to do so. While they*
canrrFt always catch every
dress code violator, they said
the\y"\ill do their best to fairly
enforce the policy.
Remember, middle and high



LRCT heats
u summer
in |Starke
We have had a busy, busy
year,' said Tami Curtis,
chaiipexson of the Lake Region
Co-rrOi nity Theatre.
"We moved into our new
homi at 218 S. Walnut St. just
in tit~e for our annual meeting
< in January. Then we presented
our first production of the year
at th Starke Golf and Country
K Club in March. In April, we
entertained at the Strawberry
Festi Val, and this summer we
were~part of the first annual
Bike.e.st. A group from LRCT
performed at our local Relay
for Life in June.
S "l July, we hosted our first


school students can no longer walk, they are in violation of
wear sleeveless shirts. Cap- the new dress code. Regardless
style sleeves are allowed. No of Nighis or leggings. skirts and
cleavage canqbe shopwn, hvrAqmq o be to the knee.',
Pants, sts, s ts, an'.-dresses Eln:niarv,. -,hool, students
cannot have hoTes or" bhe see- 'cannot b ucar hits at un\ANime.
through. No slits are allowed Middle and high school
above the knee. Sheer shirts students may wear hats for
can be worn with another shirt prolonged activities and classes
meeting dress code underneath held outdoors.
it. No elementary student can
Pants must be worn at the wear flip-flops, high-heeled or
waist. Assistant Principal Lisa high-soled shoes or bedroom
Pratil -,aid it students have to slippers at any time for safety
hold their pants up when they reasons.


fund-raising garage sale. We
held it in our, air-conditioned
theater and had a good
response. We're planning on
having more. The first
weekend in August we had a
"fill the bucket" drive to collect
some much-needed funds. The
proceeds will go toward the
support and renovation of our
theater building and to 'respond
to our community's need for
programs supporting the arts in
our area."
LRCT will be keeping the
heat up as they roll into fall
with a dinner theater
production. It will be presented
on stage at the Starke Golf and
Country Club. The dates are
Sept. 8, 9,10 and 15,16 and 17.
"Faith County," by Mark
Landon Smith is a country
comedy based on the Faith


County Fairgrounds in
Minneola, a little southern
town located right in the
middle of nowhere.
Tickets will be going on sale
Monday, Aug. 14, at the
theater. Dinner will be served
at 6:30 p.m. with the show
starting at 7:30. The dinner
theater tickets will be $25 for
adults and $22 for children and
seniors. Dinner tickets must be
purchased in advance. Tickets
for the show alone withoutf
dinner) will be $12.
For ticket information, call
the LRCT box office at (352)
226-4082.
"We really hope that the
community will support the
efforts of our all-volunteer
theater," said Curtis, "because
the theater wants to support the
needs of our community."


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Starke's Hayes Electric recently won the Chamber's Community Improvement
Award. Randy and Dianne Hayes are shown displaying their banner.


Lake Area Physical Therapy was recently given the Community Improvement Award.
Pictured are (I-r): Valerie Alvarez, owner Laura Hodges, and Ashlee Painter.



Chamber announces two new programs


Starting in September.
the chamber will be
_introducing-4w- new --
programs.
Lunch with the President
will start Friday,-Sept: 1,
and ill meet the first
Friday of each month at
rinon in the chamber board
room.
The meeting will feature
lunch %with the chamber
president who will update
the group on what
the chamber is
working on as %well
as reports on the
Tourist De\elopment
Council, the
Economic
Development
Authority. Workforce
Development and the
Main Street program.
The luncheons will .
be limited to the first 12
chamber members \%ho
RSVP, so call early and
reserve your spot at the
table. .
The New\ Member
Welcome Program begins
MondaN. Sept. 18. and %\ill


meet every third Fridal at
noon in the chamber board
--ToomT-.----.
This luncheon program
%\ill gike new chamber
members the benefits of
membership in the North
Florida Regional Chamber.
Program and will cover .
everything from marketing
to committees and updates
on programs the chamber
is working on.


Chamber launches
"Starke Cruzin," a fun
event geared towards
classic cars and fun.
We are scheduling classic
car cruise ins for Starke on
the follow ine dales:


Thursday, Sept. 14. at
Powell's Diary Freeze and
INoeges, AtilSales from
6-8 p.m. Music, food and
door prizes will be
featured.
On Thursday. Oct. 12.
Bill Adams Chevrolet will
be the sponsor from 6 to 8
p.m. with more music.
food and door prizes.
Advance Anto Parts will
be the \enue on Thursday.
Nov. 9. from 6 to 8
p.m. Music, food and
door prizes.
Tri-County Action
Committee to hold
three political forums
this month:'Aug. 17,
22 and 31. For more
information call
Adam Chalker at
(904) 964-8 11.
New committees
formed: Education and.
Special Esents. Other
committees no" signing
up members are the-
ambassadors & the health
committee. Call to get
active on the committee of'
\our choice.


Looking for an employee,
need a good job. it is as simple.
as- calling-T904I 964--WORK.
Gall the Norlh Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce and ask
for Susan or Pam, to -gel help
\\ilh sour employ ment needs.
IfI \ou ha\e a certilied skill or
a l\o-\ar degree. come hb ihc
office at IOJ East Call Stret
and register on Ihe OSMIS
system. We can help you
"pound the pavement" 21st
Century \ I ylc.
To bring inter\ic ,s up io he
nexi lev\l we ha'e in place lor
ihe serious job seeker the V'l
(Video Virtual Inter\ic\ie ). This
\%ill allo\ joh seekers to do a
\irtual inier\icv\ prompted by .
protessionals thal may he
ic' cd by employers al
anytimc.
klan\ oi Ihe ne\ bhusinc cs-
mo\ing into t'"nn as ,\ell as
SBradlord : Couni's largest
cmploiers find it \er\ benclicial
to list iheir job openings with
ihe chamber. Registered' job
seekers \ill hbe matched itih
the iob openings in these fields
lor which h they are best suited.
hllttp://osmis.slale.fl.us' is the
place for \ou to look for Ia |ob
and lor employers Io be posting
those iob openings.
Preeniploy ment screenings
can hc done 'for Ihe employer


using our system. There are a
\ajieu-oL-servkice-s. -that-- are
olfercd, one of which should
mecct our needs.
If you have not used the
services offered al the


Chamber to locale an
--c-mplivec-or-a -jo or it" you
ha\e not used this system
recently, give us a call (904)
964-WORK and lei Pam or
Susan help you.


ii' Ihd


Call the North Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce and ask for Susan or Pam, to get
help with your employment needs.


Care of Business"


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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


S. : MAIN OFFICE
Lake Bui 100 E. Call St., Starke

904-964-527.8
www.northfloridachamber.com


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POLITICAL FORUM


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Region al


Section B: Thursday, Aug. 10, 2006


News from Bradford County, Union County and theLake Region area '.




Bradford 4-H auctiOn brings in record amount


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
What do vandalism, chicken
and rice and various items,
such as bales of hay, fireworks
and a stereo system, have in
common? They all helped raise
a record amount for the
Bradford County 4-H program
at its annual auction, which
was held Aug. 5 at the:
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
This year's auction'raised
$$1 1,500--up from
approximately $5.000 raised
last year. :
"I am speechless," said Judy
Butterfield, county extension
director and 4-H agent. "It just
amazes me-the phenomenal
support in the county."
Complementing that total
was $748 50 raised during a


silent auction, approximately
$800 raised- through sales of
chicken and rice dinners and
$65 raised through selling
chances to attack a car with a
hammer.
The car bash was new to this
year's auction. T&MN Toing
donated the car for the cause,
and a $5t donation gave a
person 30 seconds to whack
away and. see how much.
damage he or she could do.,
"For the first time, I think
that *($65 total) was fine,"
Buttefield said. "The kids had.
fun."
The kids weren't the only
ones who had fun destroying
the car. Butterfield also tried
her hand at it, taking out the
\ vehicle's back %windshield.
Taking a sledge hammer to a
car might not appeal to


Brenda Whitehead pencils in a bid on a silent
auction item.


everyone, but the auction had
items that were sure to cater to
anyone's tastes. There were
items-hay, hay fork, goat
feed, cattle paddle,-etc.-for
those who keep busy working
farms, but there were also
items for those who like to
pamper themselves, such as a
package that included a gel
pillow, Redken hair products
and certificates for a body
massage and tanning session.
Justin Martin, a 4-H
member, provided one of the
more unique items to be bid
on-three singing telegrams
performed by Martin. Martin,
strumming along on-a guitar,
gave those present a
demonstration of what they
would be bidding on. The
winning bid for his services
was $85.
Martin and other 4-H
members lent their support
throughout the night, helping
ser'e dinner and dessert.- and
showing off the items that
were being auctioned off.
Some items were made b3 4-H
members and volunteers,
including several scrumptious
cakes that seemed to be crowd
pleasers. Auctioneer James
Croft certainly had his fun as
he took bids for a "Death b5
Chocolate" cake.
"Somebody could die by
chocolate tonight. Will it. be,
\ou," Croft asked as the bids
broke the $100 mark. :, .
That was not the most
successful cake of the evening.
That honor went to Kristin
Muse, whose pineapple cake
went for $550.
"You usually -don't p.ut a
cake in a safe, but you might
want to tonight," Terry
Vaughan, the event's other
auctioneer, told the winning
bidder.
Muse's cake was one of four
items auctioned off to benefit
See AUCTION, p. 3B


4-H member
JStirr Martin,
with
auctioneer
James Croft
holding the
microphone,
gives the
crowd a
sample of his
singing
telegrams.
Three such
telegrams by
Martin were
auctioned off
for $85.


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Towing. The car bash offered participants, with a $5 donation, the chance to do
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Kingsley Lake church helps rebuild church in Sudan


A new church was dedicated
in Nyakama, a village in the
Nuba Mountains of southern
Sudan, Africa, on May 17.
More than 500 people crowded
into the' church and hundreds
more stood outside.
.Kingsley Lake Baptist
Church may be a-lonig way
from that church in Nyakama,
but its members had a hand in
building it. raising more than
$33,000 toward that end.
A member of Kingsley Lake
Baptist challenged the
congregation to commit
$25,000 toward rebuilding a.


church in Sudan after a long-,
negotiated peace was reached
in the nation in January 2005.
That peace followed 20 years
of civil war.
Sudan instituted
fundamentalist Islamic law in
1983, which caused the rift
between the Arab North. the
seat of the government, and the
blaqk African Christians in the
south to intensify. Christian
churches in the southern
.regions of Sudan were
destroyed and many pastors,
were killed.
War continued in parts of


the country after the peace
negotiation, but relative peace
was restored in the south. That
peace opened a window of
opportunity for relief efforts
such as Samritan's Purse, an
international agency headed by
evangelist Billy Graham's son,
Franklin Graham.'Samaritan's
Purse is leading an effort to
rebuild churches in the region.
Kingsley Lake Baptist
members recognized the need
and committed to hel p their
fellow Christians -in Sudan.
Under the leadership of the
KLBC Missions Committee


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S and pastor Dan Hughes, the
congregation began a pledge
dri'e that resulted in a total of--
.'I $33,365. ..
Construction KLBC 3 was the first church
of the church in the United States to respond
Swas doneby to the call to help rebuild
the Sudanese Sudaniese churches.
S the Sudanese We consider it a, privilege
people. to have been able to use some
of the resources God has
blessed us, with to help re-
establish the- chtirch at
Nakama." Hughes said. "God
is doing a great ,ork through
Samaritan's Purse and local
congregations around this
S- country."
The resulting church in
Nyakama replaced one that
was destroyed in'1990. The
See CHURCH, p. 7B


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Andrew
LaFollette,
who is almost
2, holds one
item, but
seems to
have found
another one
that interests
him at the
country store.
He is being
held by his
grandmother,
Gwen
.LaFollette.


That's one big basket, requiring two 4-H members to hoist it. Makayla Webb (left)
and Arrielle Wilson show off the anniversary basket, that was donated by Books
and Birthdays.


AUCTION
'Continued from p. 1B

the senior livestock judging
team, which will travel to
Denver, Colo,, for the Western
National -Stock Show 4-H
Livestock Judging Contest in
January. A total of $3,175 was


raised at the auction for the
team,, which covers the,
estimated 1$3,000. cost of the
trip. I
SBesides Muse's cake, a
picnic table provided by.
PRIDE (Prison Rehabilitative
Industries -and Diversified
Enterprises) brought in $665
after being put 'up for resale
twice and two animals (a


heiffer or bull), provided by
Lawrence Mosley and Brad
Muse, raised $900 each. The
rest of the total was raised
through donations.
The remaining proceeds,
from the auction will go
tow\ ard the 4-H foundation.
"It was just an outstanding
night all the waty around,"
Butterfield said.


Barbara
Strickland
(foreground)
and Connie
Muse satisfy
their sweet
tooth by
going
through the
dessert line.


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Yes, you are
seeing
double. Jacob
Crawford is
reflected in j .
an antique
mirror that
was
auctioned off.


Ducks Unlimited donated this picture, which was
shown by 4-H members Alex Wilson (left) and
Justin Martin. Auctioneer Terry Vaughan
(background) took advantage of the opportunity to
use a little duck humor, telling the winning bidder,
"We'll 'bill' you for it."


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Amy LaFollette (left) gives some instructions
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I OBITUARIES


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Elmer Rund

Elmer Rund
KEi STONE HEIGHTS -
Laverne Rund, 83, of Ke
Heights died Thursday, J
2006, 'at the_ Vete
Administration Hospit:
Gainesville following
extended illness.
Born to Swedish immi
in Crystal Lake, Ill., on D
1922, Mr. Rund movie
Keystone Heights 30 year
from Gainesville. He.
member of Park of the
Church..He retired from the
as'a SMSgi after 28 ye
service. He served during
War II and was a Pearl H
sur ivor. He was chaplain f
Korean War Vets Assoc
Chapter 267 in gainesvil1
associate pastor hor fite ye

Gainesville.
Mr. Rund is survived b
wife of 53 sears. Marie
three daughters, Eliz
Stringer of Pennsy I%
Sharon Steigner of Florid
Rebecca Leavitt of Washir
four sons. Daniel Rui
Colorado. Jonathan Rut
Illinois, Timothy Rund ol
and Nathan Rund of Florid
.27 grandchildren.'
Funeral services for Mr.
were July 10, 2006,'at P.
the Palms Church %with
Muchmore conducting
services. Interment follow,
Keystone Heights Cemeter
full military) rites under th
of Jones Funeral Hon
Key stone Heights.
MIemorial contributions
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Clifford Kelly

Clifford Kel
LAWTEY' Clifford "S
Boy" Kelly Sr 86.-' of L
died -Sunday. Aug 6, 20
Windsor Manor Care Cen
Siarke following a brief ill
Born in Bi the. Ga. on
24, 1920, Mr. Kelly mov
Lawtey from Georgia. He
self-employed con
contractor and owned
operated Kelly's Nite Lii
Lawtey for more than 50.
He was a member of Philad
Missionary Baptist Cl
where he served on the i
Board
Mr Kelly is' suri"ed by
children, Emma Louise Sir
La \te\'. Mary Lou Fraz
Atlanta.Clifford. Kelly- jr.
Vegas and Bobby Kel
JacksonvIlle: three si
Harridelle Bright of Lawte
Jean Evans, of Louisville
Donna Jean Miller of Clev
two brothers, Willie Lee Ki
Blythe, Raymond ; Garr
Louisville; 17 grandchildr
great-grandchildren and
great-great-grandchildren
was preceded in death (2 6
ago) by his wife of 66
Margruie Kelly, sons Vern
Kelly and Jerome Ronnie
and a daughter, Margare
Kelly.
Funeral services for Mr.
will be' held at 11 a.t
Saturday, Aug. 12, 20(
Philadelphia Missionary 1
Church in Lawtey with the
Jonathan Mosely, eulogis
Rev. Marvin McQueen
pastor, conducting the ser
Interment will folloA
Peetsville Memorial Cemet
Lawtey under the care of
Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation for family v
Friday, Aug. 11, 2006, frc
p.m. at the funeral home. F
may call from 5-8 p.mr an
hour prior to the service
church.

Norma Bixle
APACHE JUNCTION, A
Norma Jean Clark Bixler,
Apache Junction, Ariz.
Thursday, July 27, 2006,
stroke.
Born in Lima, Ohio, oi
6, 1933 to Mary Th
Armentrout and
Overholser, Mrs. Bixler
school in Bradford County
years, mainly in. the Lawte
Hampton areas.
Mrs. Bixler is survived b
husband, Don Bixler of A
Junction; two sons, Scot
of Davie and Bryan Cla
Dallas; a daughter, Amy C


:. Phoenix; a stepson. Ronz
S Bixler of Maumee, Ohio; th
t.- grandchildren, fo
S stepgrandchildren and
stepgreat-grandchild.

Patricia Clarl
LAKE BUI LER Patricia A
Waters Clark; 61, of Lake Bul
died suddenly\ on Friday. Aug
2006, at Nortn riorid, regio
Medic 0 Cmnier
Born ii L.:Ae Builer, M
Clark lied most of her life
Alachua and Lake Butler Shewv
a caretaker for the elderly. S
was a member of Lake But
Ward of the Church of Jes
Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Elmer. Mrs.-Clark is survived, by
stone daughter, Debbie Starmant
uly 6, Alachua; three sons, Tom
ran-'s Clark, Terry Clark and P
al in Clark, all of 'Alachua; a sist
an Virginia Lamb of Lake But)
three brothers, Lowell Wat
grants and Jimmy Waters, both of L
)ec. 2, Butler. and Joe Waters of Dund
ed to, 13 grandchildren and tw'o gre
rs ago grandchildren.
as a Funeral services for Mrs. Cl
Palms were Aug. 8, 2006, in the Cha
USAF of Archer Funeral Home of La
ars of Butler with the Re%. Ira Nich
World conducting the services. But
Harbor followed in Oak Grove Cemete
for the
eiation I
le and Thelma COOle
as a -LAKE BUTLER Thel
in Loadholtz Coole, 58, of La
5): his Butler died suddenly at '
Rund-' residence Friday, Aug. 4, 2006
a beth Born in Lake Butler,
daughter of the late Martin a
aania, Elise Loadholiz, Mrs. Coo
a and, worked at Reception Medi
ngton:. Center DOC in Lake Butler in
nd ol medical department. She wva
nd of member of First Christi
Italy Church of Lake Butler.
a; and Mrs. Cooley is survived I
three brothers, Shann
Runf Loadholtz of MNliami, Low
ark of Loadholtz of Cocoa, and Roj
Don Loadholhz of Hastings: a sisi
the Harriet Brooks of Gainesvil
ed in and several nieces and nephe%
N %ith She was preceded in death by
e care husband Wallace Coole.".
e of. Graveside services for M
S Cooley were Aug. 9, 2006,
ssion Dekleo Cemetery in Lake But
S with Brother Arthur Peters
officiating. Burial followed un
the care of Archer Funeral Ho
of Lake Butler.

Carl Denniso
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS C
Avery "Peck" Dennison, 74,
' Keystone Heights died Saturdg
Aug. 5, 2006, at Bradford Tern
'.. nursing home ,foll.ow..jiQ: r
extended illness.
Born in Hampton on Feb.
1932, Mr. Dennison was a reti
construction worker. He was
member of First Christi
Church of Hampton and attend
Trinity Bapiisi LnuL..
Keystone Heights. He was
volunteer firefighter in Hamp
IV and member of Keystone Heig
chool- Senior Citizens
.awte Mr. Dennison is survived by
awte ..sister, Shirley Groves
ter in Keystone Heights and t
tness. nieces.
n l Funeral services for N
red to Dennison %were Aug. 8, 2006,
wasa t Trinilt Baptist Church.
create Keystone Heights with pas
and James Peoples conducting I
ain services. Interment followed
mit in Prevatt CemeterN under the c
years. of Jones Funeral Home*
Jelphia Keystone Heights.
hLurch,

Addie Griffis
y: fot r N1AXVILLE Addie Franc
ong of Griffis. 78, of Max ille di
ier of Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2006.
of-Las MNacclenny Nursing and Ref
Il of Center.
sisters, Born in Waycross, Ga., M
y, Eva Griffis lived most of her life
Ga., Maxville. She retired fr<
'eland; .Northeast Florida State Hospi
elly of as a nurse's aid. She was of It
en os


er of
en, 17
1 two
n. He
months
years,
on Lee
Kelly
t Jean
Kelly
m. on
)6, at
Baptist'
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st, the
n III,
rvices.
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will be
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aid Church of Christ fIaith
ree Mrs.. Griffis is survived by
ur son, Freddie Griffis of Maxvil
ne two daughters, Betty Jean Hilla
'of Ft. White and Pami
Williams of Macclenny; t,
brothers, Dewitt Stats and De
k Stats, both of Live. Qak; t
nn sisters, Pat and Helen; ni
tInn. grandchildren, 13 great
4 e grandchildren and two gre;
great-grandchildren
nal Gra'eside services for M
Griffis were Aug. 4, 2006,
irs. Long Branch Cemetery with
in Re' Bobb-, Gene Cre'
vas officiating Interment follow
;he under the care of Archie Tant
tier .Funeral Home of Starke.
sus

a Fred Hamilto
of STARKE Fred Ma
my Hamilton, 68, of Starke di
aul. Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006,
ter, Shands at the Uni ersitl
ler; Florida in Games tille.
kers Born in Sawer. K.
"ak Hamilton moved to Starke
a.- years ago from Trenton He v% a
S dair farmer and retired in 19
ark He was a member of Sni
pel Baptist Church.
pke Mr. Hamilton is sur,.tw ed
akols his ife. Teresa Hamilton
ials Starke: four sons. Dus
rial.. Hamilton and Lloyd' Hamilit
ry. both of Starke. Danny Hamili
and Dale Hamilton. boih
a/a Michigan. i.o Jdaughters. Lor
FHI.I miIhin io n,1liL'nIg,,,, d
a Brendil Hoots t Clewision
he birohci Gordon Hamilloi
e. lMichigan; two _ister.. EllG N
the Ellers of Michigan and GuI
td Taylor of Kentucks: and f(
Ind grandchildren.
ev Funeral services for
cal Hamilton will be held at I p.
the on Saturday. Aug 12. 2006.
s a Smyrna Baptist Church s'i th
an Re\. Charles Starling. past
b officiating Burial w ill follow'
y. Mill Creek Cemeters in Whit
on City. KN Archie Tanner Fune
gel' Home of Starke is in charge
ter arrangements.
le;
ws.
her Jeanette Proby
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Irs. Jeanette Loraine Probyn
in Keystone Heights died Sund
tier Jul 30, 2006, in Palm Harbor
son Born in Detroit, Mrs. Prob
der moved to Keystone Heights
me years ago from Lilonia, Mi
She was a homemaker a
member of Faith Presbyter
f Church in Melrose. She was
lifetime honorary member
,arl Keystone Heights Jaycees,
of lifetime honorary member of
ay, Presbyterian Women and
ace founder of Lake Area Ministrie
:.:,, Mrs. Probyn is survivqd.,by
daughter. Donna Raleigh
28, Keystone Heights; two sons,
red Michael Probyn of Palm Hard
s a and Paul Probyn of Keysic
an Heights; eight grandchildren a
ded three great-grandchildren. S
in was preceded in death by I
5 a husband Donald J.W. Probyn.
ton Memorial services for M
hts Probyn %will be held on Sund
Aug. 13, 2006, at 1:30 p.m.,
v: a Faith Presbyterian Church
of Melrose. Arrangements are uni
wo the care of Moring Funeral Hoi
of Melrose. .
Ar. Memorial contributions rr
at. be made to The Hospice of I
of Florida. Suncoast, 57
tor Rooseselt Blvd.. Clearwater, ]
the 33760 or Faith Presbyteri
in Church in Melrose.


:a Sanford Hunt
le; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
ard Sanford. H. Hunt Sr., 79, of
ela Keystone Heights died Friday,.
wo Aug. 4, 2006, at Shands UF
lis following an extended illness.
wo Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on
ne Oct. 14, 1926, Mr.-Hunt moved
at- to Keystone Heights six years
at- ago from Tampa. He ,was a
member of St. William Catholic
rs. Church. He served in'the U.S.
at Navy and owned and operated a
the paint arind cabinet store in Tampa
ws before retiring
'ed Mr. Hunt is sur ied by: his
ner %%ife of more than 50 years. Rose
Marie. Hunt; a daughter, Stacy
Carpenter of Keystone Heights;
n two sons, Conrad Hunt of Monks
S Corner, N.C.. and Ron Hunt of
ark kW'isconsin.
ied. Arrangements are under the
at care of Jones Funeral Home of
of Keystone Heights.

2r Wayne Whiffen
.3a KINGSLEY LAKE Dr. Donald
96. VWayne Whiffen, 75, of Kingsley
.na Lake died Thursda., Aug. 3.
na 2006. at Shands at the
bi). LUniversits of Florida following a
o1 brief illness.
tin Born in Fredonia. Kansas, on
on, Dec 13. 1930. Mr. Whiffen
ton mosed to 'Starke in 1962 from
of Texas He %was a member of First
rie United Nlethodist Church of
SStarke He practiced optometry
n" in Starke since 1962 and was a
Sa nmemnber_ of the- Florida
le Optometrist Association for 50
a .e ears. the American Optometrist
re Association for 40 years. Starke
:our Roiary Club and %was a former
r member of the Lions Club He
r. served in the ULinited States Army.
~in. Dr % hiffen is survived bs: his
the %ife. Sandra Craft Whiffen of
the Kingsley Lake: a daughter, Jean
or. Hindle of Cra`%fordsille; a 'son,
lev .Michael Whiffen of
ral Jackson ille: a sister, Muriel
of Went of Wa\'ane, N.J.; two
brothers. Steven Paul Whitfen of
Dallas; Sam Crowkther of Austin,
Texas, two grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
n Funeral services for Dr.
Whiffen were Aug 7, 2006, in.
of First United Methodist Church of
as, Starke niih the Re%. Mike
r. Hutcherson conducting the
byn services Interment followed in
23 Crostb Lake Cemetery under the
ch care of Jones Funeral Home of.
nd Starke.
s a Samuel Nickell.
of 'MELROSE Samuel Luther
a Nickell Jr., 85, of Melrose died
the Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006, at his
co- residence
!s. Born in Oak Hill, W.Va., Mr.
;,a. Nickell moved 'to 'Melr6se 'inr
of 1964 from Jacksonille He %was.
Dn


a retired accountant for the
Internal Revenue Service. He
served in the U.S. Army Air
Corps and was a member of the
Shrine Club, Masonic Lodge and
Keystone Cops. He was a former
.member of the Keystone Golf and
Country Club. '
Mr. Nickell is survived by:
two daughters, Susan Fraser of
Keystone Heights and Nancy
Thomas of Melrose; a sister,,
Lois Graycar of Jacksofiville;
and nine grandchildren. He was
preceded in death hy his wife,
Elizabeth Mlrie Nickell.
Memorial seri%:es for Mr.
Nickell mil l e heldJ ait p.m. on
Saturday Atie 12. 2006. jf Firsi
Baptisl Church ol Keystone
Heights neiih pastor. Jun Prose.
and minister to students, Brian
Morgan, officiating.
Arrangements are under the care&
of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.
Memorial contributions' may
be made to Hospice of North
Central Florida in Gainesville.

Gerald Thomas
GRAHAM Gerald Willard
Thomas, 59, of Graham died
Thursday. Aug. 3, 2006, at
Malcolm Randall VA Medical
Center in Gainesville.
Born on: Feb. 28,. 1947 in
Indianapolis, Ind.. Mr. Thomas
was a truck driver for 36 Nears.
the last 13 years ith Da'is
Express
Mr. Thomas is sur imed b\:
his ife, Judy T. Thomas of
Graham: two daughters. Lisa and
Kimberls. a son. Da id; a
stepson, .Michael Padgett of
Starke. sisters. Patricia Gauthier
of a...r i.n, -u ," u'. o. of
Starke. and i t\ grandchildren.
Gra..cid. ser Ices lfor Mr
Thomas will be held at It i a.m.
on Saturday. Aug 12. 2006, at
Hawthorne Cemetery. Burial %kill
follow under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Siarke
Memorial contributions may
be made to the VA Medical
Center. Palliative Care Lint,
1601 S.WV. Archer Road,
Gainesville, FL 32601 .


JD. Williams
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Jackson Daniel "B'illy"
Williams, 62, of Raiford died at
his residence on Sunday. July 30..
2006,. following an extended
illness.
Born in Sanderson, the son of
the late Willie and Ella Mae
Williams, Mr. Williams was a
retired production supervisor
with Insieel Wire Products in
.Sanderson He, was an ordained
minister tor .so ears anu d 'as


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paslur ol Ced.n Creek (Churth for
the past 25 years, where he was a
member. He was a veteran of the
Vietnam War.
Mr. Williamsis survived by:
his wife of 31 years, Dianne
Anderson Williams of Raiford; a
daughter, Stasi McKenzie of
Raiford; three sons, Jeffery
Williams and Timmy Williams, ;.
both of Raiford, and Danny
Williams of Perry;. io brothers.
Bobby Williams and Waine i
Williams, both .of Railford; a
sister, -Janice Grubbs of :
Pendleton, SC; three foster
brothers. Sammy Grubbs of
Perry, Da% id Grubbs of 4
Pendleton. S C.. and Tommy i
King of Bilo\]. Miss., 10,
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. He was preceded in
death b\ a son, Da'id Williams.
Funeral services for Rev.
\\ illiams %\ere Aug. 2, 2006, in
Cedar Creek Church with. the
Re\. .Wayne Williams
officiating. Burial followed in
Turner Cemetery near the church.

Cynthia Woodham
STARKE C.nthia Diane
Woodham. 53. of Starke died
Saturday. Aug. 5. 2006, at
Shands Aalchua General Hospital
in Gaines' ille following an
extended illness.
Born in Panama City, Mrs.
Woodham moved to Starke 16
years ago. She worked for the
Trading Post Restaurant for many
Nears.
Mrs. \\oodham is survived by:
her companion. Jimm\ Riffe of
Starke and a sister. BobbieJo
Steirizer of Sneads.
Funeral services for Mrs.
\\oodham \ ill be held at a later
date under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.



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Edit.orial/Oinion Whiffen enjoyed
Edtdoianl/O pini working, livg in Starke


Thursday, Aug. 10, 2006.,* Page 4B



The war in Venice
A series on World Warlt
The area on the Gulf Coast about 20 clearing palmettos from the base,
miles below Sarasota was covered using hand tools and backbreaking
with stunted pine trees and palmettos, labdr, but a bulldozer operator was
with a sparse sprinkling of people, found among the troops, and a
mostly fishermen and small farmers, machine leased. The clearing of
in the late 19th century. During that palmettos moved much faster and
era a small town sprung up, and was easier on the men in the hot, South
named Venice, but was later renamed Florida summer.
Nokomis, with the name "Venice" The primary mission of the 27th
reserved for a town three miles farther was to provide advanced training for
south. fighterpilots before being assigned to
During the Florida land boom in overseas units, with a secondary
1925-26, large tracts of land changed mission of training troops in other Air
hands in Sarasota County, ,and the Corps functions.
Brotherhood of Locomotive The Venice base was among the
Engineers bought 13,OQO-plus acres first to receive, the Bell P-39
and plotted a city. The BLE Airacobra in the summer of 1942. It
envisioned selling lots and homes to was a small tricycle landing gear
retired railroad workers and laid out fighter with the engine mounted
residential lots west of U.S. 41, and, behind the pilot and with the propeller
five-acre plots east of the main north- shaft running between the pilot's legs.
south highway. It was armed with four 30-caliber and
Several miles of sewer lines, paved two 50- caliber wing mounted
streets with curbs and gutters and machine guns and a 37-mm cannon
sidewalks were constructed, but only that fired through the hub of the prop.
a sprinkling of homes were built. It could reach 375 mph, but was
With the crash of the stock market ineffective above 12,000 feet for lack
in October 19'29, BLE went into of a turbosupercharger. It was a tough
receivership and lost its investment, little fighter that could absorb a lot of
In spite of the setback, Venice enemy fire and still bring its pilot
attracted investors during the 1930s. home, but it was poorly received by
A bank, a small hospital, a hotel and both American and British pilots.
other business entities cropped up, Nearly 10,000 P-39s were produced,
including the Kentucky Military with most of them going to the
Institute, which established its winter- Russians. They loved the little fighter,
quarters in the town. and enjoyed great success in
The 200-foot-wide main street, knocking out tanks and trains with the
running east and west, terminating at nose cannon.
the Gulf water's edge, is divided, with The base photo lab was charged
large palms and shrubbery between. with training technicians, but that was
tthe traffic lanes. The business section secondary to photographing plane-
has an arcade connecting several crashes, which were frequent. The
small business concerns. Its phone rang-in the photo lab at the
architecture at the time; was Spanish" same time it rang,'on, theflight line,
design with red tile roofs and very and often times the photographer
attractive, would arrive at the crash site before
The railroad station was built in the crash truck.
Spanish design in keeping with the Protocol required five pictures of
motif of the town, obviously to each crash, one overall view, one
accommodate large numbers 'of close up with the plane's number, if
passengers that arrived or departed possible, and three photographer's
the town. Citrus .fruit and vegetables choice shots of debris or anything out
were shipped from the community, of the ordinary concerning. the
That branch-of-the railroad ended at accident. At times a pilot would go
Venice. The town was rapidly down with his plane, but it wasn't'
becoming a Mecca for winter unusual for the pilot tq "hit the silk,"
residents from northern climates, and that is, to eject with his parachute.
during the war the elaborate homes on The beach at Venice may not rival
Casey Key were locked and the Atlantic Coast, but it was very
unattended. The carports and garages nice, and only about a quarter mile
contained fine automobiles- that from the housing area. During off-
looked like new, set up for. the duty periods, the troops enjoyed
duration of the war. swimming in the Gulf, which was at
On the southern fringe' of Venice times, smooth as glass. However, as
were thousands of undeveloped acres, the war progressed, drops of oil began'
level sea coast, covered with to cover the sand in the summer of
palmettos. The Department of 1944, coming from oil tankers being
Defense took over enough vacant sunk by German submarines off the
land to build an'air base with mile- west coast of Florida.
long runways to accommodate pursuit That situation fostered the concept
(fighter) aircraft, and provide support of the cross state Florida canal to
facilities for permanent personnel and reduce the loss of life, ships and oil in
trainees. Runways were cleared and the long trip around Florida.
poured, roads cleared and paved, Environmentalists and public opinion
typical army buildings assembled and scuttled the canal before it was
hutments scattered among the pines, completed.
It was into this area the 27th Air Base Next week the private first class is
, Group moved in June 1942, promoted to corporal.
composed of headquarters and two By Buster Rahn,
fighter squadrons. Telegraph Editorialist
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Editor's note: Dr. Wayne
Whiffen, who practiced
optometry in Starke for more
than 40 years, died Thursday,
Aug. 3. The following story, in
which Whiffen discussed his
life and career, was published
in 2000.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


He admits he doesn't really
ha\e any hobbies, but that's.
fine with Dr. Wayne Whiffei
' because he gets his enjoyment
out of working as an
optometrist, which he has done
for more than 40 years.
Whiffen, who ,has been
practicing in Starke since
.1961, said one of the most
rewarding things about his
practice has been his
interaction with his patients.
"I enjoy dealing with people
and solving their problems
with their eyes," he said.
Because of the length of
time he's worked in Starke,
Whiffen has been able to
watch' patients literally grow
up before his eyes. He's also
had the pleasure of having the
children, and even
grandchildren, of those former
child patients come into his
office .
"I've been able to follow the
families," Whiffen said. "This
is a very rewarding thing. just
to watch these kids grow up
and develop a life of their
own;" '. *
Whiffen'.s life began
developing in Texas with the
influence of a family friend.
He was ,born in Neodesha,
Kan. and raised in Texas.
'Wipffen's father was a dentist
and, at first, Whiffen thought
he would ,be a dentist, too.
However, he reached the
conclusion that dentistry
wasn't for him. What he
decided was for him was
optometry.
"A good friend of the family
was an optometrist and I
admired him.", Whiffen said.
"Then, of course, from there I
developed the interest in
optometry."


Whiffen, after graduating
from Robert Lee Paschal High
School in Fort Worth, Texas in
1948, attended North Texas
State University in Denton.
Afterward, he attended
Southern College of-
Optometry in Memphis, Tenn.,-
graduating in June 1954.
Whiffen actually began
practicing optometry in West,
Berlin, where he was stationed
after going through basic:
training with the Army.-He
was chief of the eye clinic at

the 279th station hospital..
While in Berlin, he had the
opportunity to look at the eyes.
of some infamous, historical
figures. He was called out to
Spandau Prison to examine the
eves of the Nazi war criminals
who were being held there,
which included Rudolf Hess
and Albert Speer.
"It was my first experience'


in any kind of prison. I was not
frightened because I knew
they'd let me back out,"
Whiffen said. "I didn't kpow
what' to expect. It was a 'real
good feeling walking inside
knowing that I could go out
any time I wanted to."
Inside the prison, Whiffen
was. alone with each of the
prisoners. He said he was most
uncomfortable around Hess,
,who still had the bearing of a
powerful man.
"His eyes could look
through you," he said. "You
could understand how a person
like that could rise to power.".
At 'the time, 'there was
tension between the United
States and. Russia. However,
Whiffen, was able to witness
behavior- that suggested
otherwise. Both countries
See WHIFFEN, p. 7B


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[CRIME


Arson
attempt
gets Bradford
man arrested-
A 62-year-old Bradford man
was arrested Aug. I .for
attempting to set fire to the
home of a man who owed him
money. -
John W. Siegmund went to-
the residence on Southwest
Terrace at 7:30 p.m., according
to Deputy Joseph Jones. He
asked the victim's wife if she
did not have somewhere to go-
as he walked toward the
residence. Telling her there was
going to be a bonfire,
Siegmund threw what was later
identified as gasoline on the
front of the trailer. He pulled a
lighter, but left when the
victim told him she was going
to call the law, Deputy Jones
said. q
Siegmund was located at his
home and arrested.
He was. released from
custody after a $50,000 surety
bond was posted.


FWC reports
arrest in Clay
On, July 29 at
approximately 5:20 a.m.,
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
Officer Kevin Larson responded
to a complaint on S.R. 21.
A Clay deputy stopped to
assist what appeared to be a.
disabled vehicle, but found the
individual trying to load an
eight-point buck in the back of
his-truck. The subject admitted
to shooting the deer from the
roadway and cutting the fence
.to enter Camp Blanding to
retrieve the deer.
Larson seized the subject's
gun and- other appropriate
items of evidence. The subject
was charged w ith possession of
a freshly killed deer in a closed
season and criminal mischief.
Additional charges are
pending investigation. ;

Recent
arrests
ihrBinidford,
Clay or Union
The following -individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
- Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
Count):
David- William Taylor, 27,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Aug. 1 by Clay
Deputy Anthon) Harris ,f6or
simple battery. Taylor is
charged with slapping the
victim: in the face during an
argument. The victim
sustained a large cut to her lip
and her tongue was cut in
several places by her teeth,
Deputy Harris said. .,
Robert Thomas, 18, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 2 by:
Hampton Sgt. A.J. Gibson for
battery. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Shantel Sylvester, 24, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 1 by
Starke Patrolman Michelle
TarratfTfo "-ctiftiriAil'mischief.
Sylvester is charged with
throwing a rock through a
bedroom window during an
ongoing dispute with the
victim, Patrolman Tarrant said.


A $2,500 surety bond was
posted for her release.
Dallas Dwayne Hampton,
27, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Aug. 3 by Clay b)et.
R. Smith for armed burglary
and grand theft. Hampton is
charged with entering the
victim's residence on July 24.'
He removed -a handgun that
was loaded with live rounds
and a shotgun, Det. Smith
said.
Keith Estwood Archer, 38,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 3
by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for aggravated assault,
resistm". atic. i \n viown,ie
and on a warrant fr fIailure to
appear. Archer is charged with
threatening -the victim with a
stick, Patrolman Brown said.
Total bond was set at $15,000.
Jeremiah Thomas Parrish,
23, of Worthington Springs
was arrested July 29 by Union
Deputy George Green for
disorderly intoxication. Parrish
is charged with becoming
intoxicated while visiting a
friend's home,- where he
punched the walls and screamed
obscenities, Deputy Green,
said. Parrish refused to leave
and was placed under arrest.
Albert James Simmons Jr.,
20. of Starke was arrested Aug.
6 by Starke Patrolman
William Murray for fleeing
attempting to elude police. -
Simmons fled on his dirt bike
when the officer tried to stop
him. He was found and
arrested,' Patrolman Murray
said.
Michael Edward Sutton, 27,
of Starke was charged Aug. 3.
by Starke Investigator Kevin
Mueller with burglary and.
criminal mischief of the
Bradford Middle School gym.
On July 15 Sutton pried open
the drink machine located 'in,
the gym, and removed an
undetermined amount of
money, Investigator Mueller
said. Sutton remains in
custody, charged with other
.burglaries..


1 by Patrolman Tarrant for
possession of cannabis and.
possession of drug
paraphernalia. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Donald W. Greene, 19, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 6 by
Patrolman Watson for
possession of crack cocaine.
During a traffic stop, the
officer observed'Greene drop a
cigarette box, which contained
four pieces of crack cocaine,
out the window, Patrqlman
Watson said.
Charles Crawford, 52, of.
Hampton was arrested Aug. 3
by Hampton officers for
possession of cannabis. He
- was released after a $1,000
surety bond was posted. -
Hellen R.. Griffis, 30, of
Raiford and Eric Bay, 25, of
Lawtey were arrested Aug. 5:.
by Starke Patrolman Paul
King on drug charges. Griffis
was the driver of a vehicle with
no tag displayed. During a
consent search, a piece of crack
cocaine was found inside a soda
can that she was holding,
Patrolman King said. Bond
was set at $15,000, for the
charge of possession of
cocaine. Bay, a passenger in
the vehicle, was charged
possession of drug
paraphernalia when a metal
crack pipe was found on the
seat. Bay admitted it was his.
Patrolman King said. A
$ 1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.



Kyle Conrad Hintz, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 3 by Clay Deputy Lester
Ricks for possession of
marijuana. During a traffic
stop the deputy smelled
i.arijuana coming rom the
vehicle. During a search, the
deptity found three bags
containing 92 'grams of
marijuana.
Heather Luke Crawford, 22,
of Old Town was arrested Aug.


S2 by Cross City Patrolman.
Gary Lindell Davis, 32, of Robert Mathis for five counts
Starke was arrested Aug. 5 by of violation of probation
Patrolman Tarrant for trespass (burglary petit theft, scheme to,
in structure and possession-of, defraud. possession of,.-
controlled substance without controlled substance, forgery ',
prescription. Davis- is charged and worthless checks). She was
%with being at- the Magnolia transported to Bradford Aug. 3,
Hotel where he was issued a where she is being held
trespass warning on -Feb. 19, without bond.
2005.- When taken into ,:
custody, he had Loritab Melissa Nelson, 22, of
Hydrocodone pills in his Raiford was arrested Aug. 1 by,
wallet, Patrolman Tarrant said. Patrolman King on a warrant
Bond on the charges was set at for conspiracy to sell cocaine.
$20,000. Sh was released after a


Holly McClellan, 40, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 6 by
StarKe Patrolman d ind.
Watson for possession of drug
paraphernalia. A chrome-
colored crack pipe was found
by the officer during a search
of McClellan, Patrolman
Watson said.

Michael Conners, 25, of
Jacksonville was arrested Aug.


$75,000 surety bond was
.posted.
Christopher Stith, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 4 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for indirect criminal
contempt.
Kenneth Towle, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 3 by Clay deputies on a
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Cody Alston, 23, of Starke
was arrested July 31 by- Starke
Sgt. Richard Crews for failure.
to appear violation of
probation burglary. Bond was
set at $7,500.
Mary Mack, 40, of Lake
Butlerwas arrested July 31 by
probation officers for violation
of probation obtaining
controlled substance from
Alachua County.
Teresa Gaskins, 21, of Lake
Butler was arrested July 31. by
Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis for
contempt of court. She. was
released on her own
recognizance by Judge Johnny
Hobbs. ,
Maurice Hankerson., 21, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 1 by
Alachua deputies for violation
-of probation sale of cocaine
ana sale and possession oi
cannabis. Bond was set at
$50.000.
Randall Pr&vaft. 28, of
Lawtev was arrested Aug. I by
Bradford Deputy Thomas Sapp
for failure to appear issuing
worthless checks. Bond was set
at $5.000.
Michael Page. 48. of Starke
was arrested Aug. 1 by
probation officers for violation
of probation arson.
Carl Harris. 45, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 2 by
Bradford Deputy Kaye Sargent
for failure to appear child
abuse, resisting without
violence and failure to appear
felon) trial. Bond \%as set at
$150,000.

Jackie White, 52, of
Melrose was arrested Aug. 2-
by Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby for violation of
probation sale of cocaine.
David Eddins, 17, of Starke
was. arrested Aug. 2 by
Patrolman Brown for violation
of probation aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon.
Thomas Howard, 24, of
Starke was arrested Aug..2 by
Starke Patroliman J.W. Hooper
for violation of probation
possession of controlled
' substance.


Anthony -Lamar. Gibbons,
19, of Gainesville was arrested
July 25 by Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson for failure to
appear. Bond was set at
.$25,000.

Jeremy Michael- Martin, 27,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested July 25 by Union
Deputy Brett Handley on a
Charlotte County warrant for
trespassing m in occupied'
structure or conveyance. Bond
was set at $2,000.
Michael Brett Erickson, 42,
of Lake Butler was- arrested
Aug. I by Lt. Tomlinson on
warrants for burglary and
larceny. Bond was set at
$10,000. .
Kevin John Ogburn, 31,,
was arrested Aug. I by Deputy
Handley on a Baker Count)
warrant for failure to appear.
Luis Alfredo Chavarria, 19,
.of Lake Butler was arrested
July 5 by- Union Deputy
Robert Manning on a warrant
from Collier County for failure
to appear. Bond was set at
$513.
Lavar Deerion Mills, 27, of
Jacksonville was arrested Aug.
2 by Lt. Tomlinson on a
capias.for violation of felony
probation.
Gary Norman. 19, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 7 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
aggravated assault.

Traffic
Lori Willetts, 44, of
Hampton was arrested Aug. 3
by Sgt. Gibson for driving
under the influence (DUI),
refusing breath testing and
possession of controlled
substance without prescription.
She was released after a
$20,000 surety bond was
posted.
Vanessa Ann Crawford, 38,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 4
by Union Deputy Ken -Smith
for DUI and driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS) : knowingly.
Crawford's vehicle was stopped
in Worthington Springs after it
was seen swerving off the


roadwv a). She was unsteady and
smelled of alcohol, Deputy.
Smith said. She refused
testing. Crawford's license was
confiscated on'a prior DUI in
July. Bond was set at $5,000.
James Everett Duckett, 25,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 5
by Patrolman Watson for
DWLS habitual. A $2,500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Patrick Crawford, 45. of
Hampton was arrested July 31
by patrolman King for ULwLS.
A $500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.,
John, Henry Batten, 70, of
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 3 by
Lawtey Patrolman M.E.
Jenkins for DWLS with
knowledge. He was released
after a $500 surety bond was
posted.
Donald Alessi, 58., .of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 4 by Clay deputies as a -
habitual trafik offender.


,Quinton Dale Conner,' 32,
of Lake City was arrested Aug.
3 by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper T.P. Culhane for
failure to appear violation of
probation DUI. On April 15
when -Conner's vehicle was
stopped for speeding he gae a
false name His license was
revoked two years ago and he
had warrant charges from
Bradford and Columbia,
Trooper Culhane said. He was
placed under arrest in
Columbia in June and
transported to Bradford Aug. 3.
-Bond was set at $5,000.
V Shawn Tracy, 19, of
Ke) stone Heights was arrested
Aug. I by Clay deputies for
failure to appear DWLS.
Crystal Graham, 26, of
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 3 by
Clay deputies on a warrant for
DWLS.
Johnny Barton, 35,' of
Sanderson was arrested Aug. 1
by Patrolman Murray on a
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WHIFFEN
Continued from, p. 4B

shared in the control of
Spandau along with the British
and the French. As part of the
changing of the guard at the
prison between Russia and the
U.S., representatives of both
countries attended a formal
luncheon, which included
people from both countries
sharing jokes with the
assembly.
"At the higher level there
was no friction at all," Whiffefi
said. "It was a very cordial
occasion."
Berlin was a long way from
Texas, but when: Whiffen was
discharged, he returned to
Texas and still found himself a
long way 'away-from
anything.
He began his private
practice in thd tiny town of
Odessa in west Texas. There
was little near the town.
Whiffen said it was a 50-mile
to a 100-mile drive just to be
able to eat in a restaurant. In
fact, because of that situation.
he took flying lessons.
"I said. "If I'm going to live
this isolated and this far away
from civilization, I'm going to
be able to get out.' I did take
flying. I flew for a number of
years," he said.
Whiffen's mother moved to
Miami and she wanted her son
to move to Florida also. She
sent him some papers so he


In Memory

In Loving Memor\ of
Dr: ia\'ne IW'hiffen
thanks i/or the inain\ years of
serving the children of Bradford
Coun it 1 il evefetins andl or
classes.
Uinied Mfelhondist \ionen'have
alitways' ppreciated.your gii ing
spirit.
You will be minissed.


could apply to the Florida
State Board of Optometry.
Whiffen saw it as an
.opportunity for a vacation and
nothing more.
"At that time it seemed like
almost nobody passed the state
board the first time," he said.
"It was very, very difficult,
Whiffen took the test, noting
that the person sitting on his
left was taking it for the third
time and the person on his
right was taking it for the
second time. Whiffen returned
to Texas and forgot about
Florida for about six weeks.
He was then notified that he.
had obtained his license to'
practice in Florida.
Because of that. Whiffen
said he took the opportunity to
move to the "nicest place in
the world to live." When it
came to choosing a place in
Florida to live, he noticed that
Starke had a central location
that appealed to him. From
Starke, it wasn't a far drive to
a major city or to the coast.
Whiffen took over the
practice of Seymour Marco,
who went into the business of
contact lenses. Marco and his
company would develop the
plastic that is used by Acuvue
contact lenses today.
The office Whiffen moved
into was next to the post office
and a lot smaller than the one
he occupies today. which is
across front the former
chamber of commerce
building. Things were different
then for Whiffen and the entire
tow n of Starke.
"When I first came to Starke
in '61. transportation was not
as easy as it is today." he said.
"The roads were not as good,
the cars were not as good."
What was common was a
group of people would load up
into a vehiclee and drive into
town, usually on Saturday.
That made it necessary to be
open on Saturdays, Whiffen
said. People would park
dow\ntoxwn and walk wherever
they needed to.
Those days of parking and


walking are gone as Starke has
grown and spread out.
Whiffen, too, experienced
growth as he remodeled an old
filling station to serve as a new
office to accommodate his
practice. He moved into his
new office in 1971 and he has
been there since.
Whiffen has done more than
just practice optometry in
Starke. He. has participated in
local organizations, such as the
chamber of commerce, the
Rotary Club and the Lion's
Club. He is a past president of
all three organizations.
"In the time that I've been
here, I've just tried to be part
of the comntinity," Whiffen
said. "I've always felt that
when '.ou''re living in a
community. yotu have a moral
obligation to become part of
the community and add what
you can % within \our abilities."
Besides being active in .local
organizations, Whiffen has
done his best to meet people's
needs. Through cooperation of
the Lion's Club and area
churches, he has examined the
eyes of children \vho come
from families that can't afford
eye care. If mobility is a
problem with patients, Whiffen
will sometimes go to them.
"'Te made trips to the
nursing homes regularly." he
said. "It's no problem."
Whiffen simply enjoys his
work and nothing can take the
place of that. He said he does
enjoy repairing things around
the house and working in his
yard. but he really has no
hobbies to speak of.
"I tried to learn to like golf
several times o\er the years,"
he said. "Every time I've
started thinking about playing
golf. I've thought of three
other things I'd rather do. I just
couldn't get interested in it."
So as long as his mind is
functioning, Whiffen said he'll
be in his office, continuing the
practice he began in that tiny
building next to the post office
almost 40 years ago.
"I really enjoy coming in,"
he said.


On July 31, leaders from Girl Scouts of Gateway Council met to prepare
for their upcoming round-up on Aug. 17, at the United Methodist Church
from 6-8 p.m., and follow-up open houses at the area schools. Pictured
above is (1-r) Lori Richards, the council's chief operating officer, Sherree
Alvarez, Bradford-Union service unit manager, Kennp Perkinson, Starke
program consultant, Beth Cecil, Lake Butler program consultant, and
Laurie Mullins, trainer/round-up coordinator.


Girl Scout
round-ups are
set for Aug.
Round-ups for girls in
Bradford and Union county who
want to join the Girl Scouts
are planned for August.

School-age girls, K- 12, may
register for a $10 fee (national).


Other expenses may include
uniform. dues. badges, etc.
Round-up dates for Bradford-
Union Girl Scouts includes:
Thursday, Aug. 17, 6-8
p.m.. Starke First United
Methodist Church.
Other round-ups will be
offered at area schools.
Tuesday. Aug. 22. at
Hampton Elementary and
Lawley Community School;
Thursday. Aug. 24. at Lake


Butler Elementary;
Tuesday, Aug. 29. a t
Brooker Elementary.
New Girl Scout leader
training is set for Sunday)
Aug. 27, and Sunday. Sept-
24, from I-4 p.m. Interested:
adults are encouraged to attend.-
Contact any scout leader for
further information or call
Laurie Mullins. 1904) 964-
5645, or Carolyn Eaves, l904)
964-5812.


In VMemory


Mary Louise Reed


In Loving Memory of
My Mama, Grandma and
Great-Grandma
Mary Louise Reed
May 25, 1929-Aug. 11, 2005
Nofinal words were spoken
, No time to say goodbye
You were gone before I knew it
And only God knows why.
We miss you!
Yvonne, Ronnie, Sissy, Tyler, Taylor,
Zack, Nate and Bobby


| | instruments and shakers,
C U R CI singing and rejoicing.
Continued from p. 2B Since KLBC members had
given more money than needed
for the building, the missions
original church, along with a committee was given the task
leprosy clinic that was also of deciding what else could be
destroyed in the civ il war, was done to help the people_of
-btIrm-9i- 2 by missionaries NyiTkama-. The committee,
dlepers from the entire region after consulting with
went to the Nyakama clinic for Samaritan's Purse, discovered
treatment and many of them there was no water well in the
became Christians). village-reaching the nearest
Chris Wulliman was the source of drinking water often
engineer of the new church required %walking long
construction project. The work distances.
\\as done by Sudanese under The committee
the direction of Samaritan's recommended that $6,000 be
Purse advisors, spent to put down a well for
Construction began in the the village. Of the 'remaining
dry season, and women carried funds, $600 provided 100
water to make the bricks for Bibles to the church in- its
great distances, which native language and $1,765
sometimes required up to six furnished additional seating as
hours of walking. Local well as paying for other church
workers made the bricks by expenses.
hand at the construction site. The KLBC congregation
Wulliman, commenting on celebrated the dedication of the
their dedication, said, "When Sudanese church on June 4
the church is finished, they during its Sunday morning
will be able to say, 'We were a worship service. Church
part of this.'" members prayed for pastor
Though the church Philip Ayou Kuku and the
dedication was May 17, the congregation at Nyakama.
celebration started the night
before as a crowd of church
members danced around the
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BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
BTelegraphISaff'lriter renamed Bradford-Union technology. gioes high school plumbing, electrical, roofing, experience an) number of center.
Telegraph Saf er Career and Technical Center is students a chance to brick block .masonry, etc. trades they can select from...,
Formerly known as "the Vo- excited about its new program. experience several different- "This class \\ill gi\e the said Clarence DeSue, director See CAREER, p. 2C
Tech" for short, the recently Building construction trade areas, including students an opportunity to of the career and technical




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with play scheduled to begin at
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Registration fee for the club,
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held at T% in Lakes Park.
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For information call Trevor
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Duane Patterson at (352) 235-
0393, or visit
w% w.keystoneyouthsoccer.com

,Governor 4 0 8,40 10, o10,
,signs bill$ ,
affecting
hunte r STK# 13675 ST 13564 ST 13460 ST13471
Recently Governor Jeb Bush
signed into law a bill affecting
%%ould-be first-time hunters
and those wanting to hunt
during Florida's newly
established crossbow season.
Effective Aug. I, anyone 16'
Nears or older and born after
May 31 1975. can hunt under
the supervision Of a licensed 5

state's hunter safety ',f
certification. The newly
established hunter safety
mentoring exemption enables STKCHE PRISM 1999 NISSAN ALTIMA TlE 2000 FORD F15O KiT 1999ISUZU 15 414
tlhrose persons to purchase a
Florida hunting license and
hu3nt during a one-year trial .
basis. ...
The new mentoring
Florida Legislature to help "
persuade more people to
experience hunting. It is



outdoors. .
Individuals taking advantage


ofo this try-before-you-tbuy
approach would have to take
and pass a hunter safety class
to be eligible to purchase a
hunting license and hunt the
following year.
Another part of the law4
establishes a $5 permit fee for "Customer Satisfaction Has Been Our Top Priority Since 1947."
hunters to participate in the.
state's new crossbow
season. The new permit is
similar to the archery and
muzzleloading gun permits that
altso cost $5 and are required for
those hunting during the
archery and muzzleloading gun
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AT RIGHT: Instructor
Don Thompson Sr.
tells his second-
period students what
type of measurement
they will be learning
about as Bradford-
Union Career and
Technical Center
Director Clarence
DeSue observes in
the classroom.


Simulated stations will be used, like the one
above of a house foundation, to teach
students in the class th. basic building
construction. skills-7


CAREER,
Continued from p. IC

hThe class was created to
give. students an overview% of
different' types of trades,.
without having to take just one
area of interest.' DeSue said it
gives students "soft skills"
they can use to go into another
program. It is his hope that the
program will feed into the
existing construction trade
programs the center already
offers.
"Our primary objective is to
offer programs that will lead to
program completers," he said.
When determining what the,
center needed as far as nevw
programs, DeSue said several
things were considered.-,
He said Bradford Middle
School and Bradford High
School-. students were
surveyed, input waste obtained
from the School Improvement
Committee and areas were
chosen that were in. high
demand, yet .,offered high
. wages.
"Most carpentry fields ...
are high-demand, high-wage
jobs," he said.
After Florida and other
southern areas were hit so hard
last hurricane season,
construction jobs are in high
demand. The building
construction 'technology
program will help the center
"meet industry demands" for
jobs in that area.
DeSue said the, class has
attracted a variety of students
because it does not require
heavy lifting.. He said there are
a number of female students-
who have chosen to participate
for this reason.
The class not only gives



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hands-on experience, but it
also teaches students building
theory, how to communicate,
listen, follow directions and do
applied math.
"There's no better
experience than this building
construction class for high-
level math," DeSue said.
Building construction
technology is being taught this.
.. year -by Don Thompson Sr.,
who used to work


professional in the building
industry.
Thompson said he will
provide students with
simulated stations to work on
wiring a house, measurements,
building a structure on an
existing foundation, home
security and; other building-
related projects.
- "This class, is clay,"
Thompson said to his second
period class. "We're going to


be modeling it how you need
it." ..
He said students would
rotate jobs within the
classroom so they would know
what it was like to be on a real
construction crew.
Every student would have at
least three positions. including
."crew leader." "tool guy" and
the "clean-up guy."
"It's going to be a
challenge," Thompson said to
the students.
If BHS students are
interested in taking building
construction technology,
DeSue said it is best that they
enroll at the beginning of the
) ear.
However, students can and
should see their BHS guidance
counselor to learn how to be
enrolled in the class because
seats are still available.
"'It creates a good 12 to one
Sratio," he said of having one
Teacher for every 12 students.
The new program has a total
of approximately 36 students
currently enrolled and is set up
as a single-period class (48
minutes). It is offered six
periods a day at the career and
technical center.
'.Construction is taking place
everywhere in Florida," DeSue
-I
said. If a student picks building.
Construction technology, "the\
picked the right career to
survey."


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Indians finding success by embracing team concept


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Teleg aph Straft 'rtrei
Two years ago, it was a
winning record. Last year, a
winning record and a
postseason berth.
Keystone Heights head
football coach Chuck
Dickinson points to two factors
for his team's success those
two seasons. One is the 'fact
that players are putting in the
time necessary in 'the weight
room to get stronger.
"Each year I think we've
gotten stronger," 'Dickinson
said. "On average, I'd say this


KHHS

football

2006





Date Lc
Aug. 18 I-
Aug. 25 H
'Sept. 1 '
Sept. 15 A /
Sept. 22 /
Sept. 29 H
Oct. 6
Oct. 13 H
Oct. 20 /
Oct. 27


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team is probably the strongest
team we've had."
A second factor:--and
perhaps more impoi'funt
factor-is that players have
embraced the team' concept
Dickinson has been preaching.
:He said it shows in that players
do not complain when the\ are
moved out of their natural
positions into others that
would best help the team.
"The kids have bought into
that," he said.
Senior quarterback Blake
Lott said last year's group of
seniors exemplified that team
concept by always


encouraging the other players
and not letting them get down
on themselves 'if they made
mistakes.
"(Last year) 'was a great
experience,".Lott said. "We"
had a great bunch of seniors. If
it .wasn't for them, we
probably wouldn't have been
there (in the pla\offs'i." '-,
Lott and the rest of this
year's seniors are striving to
do the same thing. He said this
year's seniors are close and
they're working on developing
a close-knit feeling among all
the players.
So far. Lott likes what he's
seen.. The players hate been
dedicated in their participation
during summer workoutss.
"'We had a great summer,"
.he said. .
Senior linebacker .Jack
:Ta lor shares Lott's- positive
outlook.
".We've got a good core of
seniors." Taylor said,' "It
should be the best team ,%e'\e
had in a long time. As long as'
%e stay healthy, we should be


all right."
Health is.a key issue because
the Indians will dress only 29
players. The Indians 'have'
avoided injuries the past two
seasons, but Dickinson knows
'they become more of a
concern if more of his players
have to play on both sides of
the ball this.year.
"We'ved got some places
where we're hoping ,some
younger kids come through."
he said. "Hopefully, we don't
have to play a whole lot of,
kids both ways."
,One area in which he hopes
some players step up is the
defensive secondary .
Dickinson said. He would like
to a\oid ha% ing Lott and junior
Greg Taylor play significant
minutes there. keeping them
primarily on the offensive side
-of the ball.
Joel Morgan, a junior, and'
Cameron Yarbrough.. a
sophomore, will be competing
See INDIANS, p. 12C


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Keystone senior Jeramy Lewis stretches before
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Le'Maya Johnson


Le'Maya
Johnson
Lee and Shcnckia Johnson
of New Bern, N.C. announce
the birth of their daughter,
Le'Maya Shcmae Johnson, on
June 7. 2006. at the United.
States Naval Hospital in
Jacksonville.
-Le'Maya weighed 7 po0n-idis
3 ounces and measured 19
inches in length.
Grandparents are May Lois
Bright McCray and Thomas
McCray. of Lawtey and Isaac
E. Williams of Charlotte. N.C.
Greai-grandparcnits are Mr.
anc Mrs, Ro)ce Williams of
Sanford and the late Bishop
Daniel and Gussie Mae Bright
ofLawtey.


LEGALS---

STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
NOTICE OF DRAFT PERMIT
The Department of Environmental
Protection gives notice of its
preparation of a draft permit for
DuPont-Trailridge Mine to Mr. David
J. Podmeyer Post Office Box 753,
Starke, Florida 32091. This is a
heavy minerals mining wastewater
treatment' system providing
acidification with ferric chloride,
sulfuric acid, aluminum sulfate, or
ferric sulfate to a pH between 3.0 and
3.5 standard units, for flocculation of
colloidal material followed by settling
in a series of diked ponds,
neutralization with hydrated lime to a
pH of between 6.0 to 8.5, and
additional settling with final discharge
to Alligator Creek. Upon Department
approval, polymer addition may be
provided after neutralization for
aluminum reduction prior to final
discharge to Alligator Creek. Storm
water and rainfall from the mined
areas are also collected and treated
as described above. The treatment
train consists of the addition of
barium cnioride to the wastewater at
the lopaiaie ere.lernc chloride and '
or lerric sulfate is added prior to ine
humate settling pordsi. A substantial
revision was issued in April 2005
redirect a portion of the effluent to the
Southwest Quadrant Pond. The
existing recycle line from D-001 'was
tapped and a pipeline was-
constructed to route approximately
400 gallons per minute (gpm) of the
wastewater to an existing ditch which
then discharges into the Southwest
Quadrant Pond with eventual
discharge into Blue Pond. This
rerouting of final effluent is part of an
effort of The Keystone Stakeholders
Committee to help improve lake
water levels in the Keystone Heights
area. The facility is located at latitude-
-2955'25"-N, longitude 8203'43" W
on 4641 County Road 230, Starke,
Florida 32091 in Bradford County.
Any interested person may submit
written comments on the draft permit
of the Department or may submit a.
written request for a public meetirngto
the Nprtheast District Office, 7825
Baymeadows Way, Suite 200B,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590 in
accordance witr rule 62-620.555 of
the F orida Administrative Code. The
comments or request for a public
meeting must contain the information
set forth below and must be received
in the Northeast within 30 days of
publication of this notice. Failure to
submit comments or request a public
meeting within this time period shall
constitute a waiver of any right .utch
-pefson---may-ave to-- submit
comments or request a public
meeting under Rule 62-620.555,
Florida Administrative Code.
The comments or request for a public
meeting must contain the following
information:
(a) The commenter's name, address,
and telephone number, the applicants
name and address, the Department
Permit File Number and the county in
which the project is proposed;
(b) A statement of how and when
notice of the Department action or
proposed action was received;
(c) A statement of the facts.the
Department should consider in
making the final decision;
(d) A .statement of which rules or
statutes require reversal or
modification of the Department action
or proposed action; and
(e) If desired, a request that a public
meeting be scheduled including a
statement of the nature of the issues
proposed to be raised at the meeting.
However, the Department may not
always grant a request for a public
meeting. Therefore, written
comments should be submitted
within 30 days of publication of this
notice, even if a public meeting is
requested..
If a public meeting is scheduled the
public comment period is extended
until the close of the public meeting. If
a public meeting is held any person
may submit oral or written
statements and data at the meeting on
the Department proposed action. As a
result of significant public comment
the Department final action may be
different from the position taken by it
in this draft permit.
The permit application file and
supporting data are available for
public, inspection during normal
business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., Monday through Friday, except
legal holidays, at Northeast District
Office, 7825 Baymeadows Way,
Suite 200B, Jacksonville, FL 32256-
7590, Tel. (904) 807-3300.
8/10 ltchg.


Jaeden Sanderson


Jaeden
Sanderson
Gerald 'Jerry" and Rebekah
Sanderson of Wiesbaden,
Germany announce the birth of
their son, Jaeden Michael
Sanderson, on July 19, 2006,
in St. Josef's ,.Hospital in
Wiesbaden..
Jaeden weighed 9 pounds, 2
ounces and measured 22
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Elwood and Wend\ Nobler of
Stockton, Calif.
Maternal great-grandmother
is Wanda Wargo of Stockton.
Paternal grandparents are
Jerry and Elaine Sanderson of
Lake Butler.
Paternal greai-grandparents
are the late Shelton and Ina
Claire Arnold of Lake Butler.
The Sandersons are-serving
in the..United States Army' at
--"'iesbaden Army Airbase in
Germany.


BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Since 1879
Call 904-964-6305


Birth announcements
are considered hews and
are a free service of the
Bradford County
Telegraph, Union County
Times and Lake Region
Monitor.
Announcements are
edited for style and
content. A 1-col. photo
may be Included for S12.


Jessica Ann Kingsbury


Jessica
Kingsbury
Richard and Stacey
Kingsbury of 'Bradenton
announce .the birth of their
daughter, Jessi.ca Ann
Kingsbury, on July 27, 2006, at
Lakewood Ranch Medical
Center in Bradenton.
Jessica weighed 7 pounds,, 8
ounces and measured 19'/2
inches in length. She joins a
sister, Lindsay Claire
Kingsbury.
Maternal grandparents 'are
Steve and Gail Thornton of
Lake Butler. -.
Maternal great-grandparents
are the late Shelton and,- Ina
Claire Arnold of Lake .Butler.
,Evelyn and Harold Kelly of
Lake Butler and the li t Elz,
Thornton of Lake'Butler. -
Paternal grandparent's aie
Rusty and Fa% n Kingibury ot
Bradenton.
Paternal great-grandparents,
are Patricia Kingsbury of:
Bradenton, Diana Cazu'll of
Ocala and Jeff and Joyce
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Dodge of Starke to accept all reasonable
offers from any customer who purchases
a vehicle this Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday & Saturday only. He states that
he has several local auto loan specialists
who are willing to waive all payments
until the Fall of 2006 and that he will sell
pre-owned vehicles for as low as $29*
down and $99* per month! All the recent


BIRTHS


On Aug. 2, 2006, Vivian
Crawford and William Scott
were married at Bible Baptist
Church. :
The bride wore a green
blouse and floral skirt. She
carried a bouquet of pink ros-
es. The groom wore a black
suite.
Matron of honor was Doreen
Bellamy.
Best, man was Henry
Bellam\.
SA reception was held at the


home of'the matron of honor.
The two-tier heart-shaped
cake was topped with a bride
and groom.
The bride is the daughter of
the late Jack and Letti.e
Crawford of Lawtey. She is a
member of Pine Level Baptist
Church.
The groom is the son of the
late Lacy F. Scott and Nancy 1.
Scott of Charlotte, N.C. He is
self-employed.
The couple lives in Starke.


Paternal great-great-
grandmothers are Ada Hager
of Bradenton and Julia Dunn .i
of South Carolina.
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van, sport utility, luxury or economy
vehicle with, an unbelievably low down
payment of just $29* and monthly pay-,
ments of $99 per month*!
He reminds prospective buyers to actl
quickly if they want to take advantage of-.)
these incredible savings. "I can't stress,'-'


trade-ins, lease -returns enough that this liquida-
service loaner vehicles and WILL WAIVE ALL PAYMENTS tion sale is for this;
dealer demos from all of our WAD NE S DAY,
new car .stores will be UNTIL THET ATLL OF 2006." THURSDAY, FRIDAY &'
-brought to the Beck j SATURDAY ONLY." Once0*'


Chrysler Jeep Dodge store
in Starke to be liquidated.
This unprecedented liquidation event is
scheduled for this Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday & Saturday only. The
massive sell-off must take place regard-
less of any weather conditions that may
arise.
Sloan offers a simple explanation for
this unprecedented sale, "We've had
record sales at all of our New car dealer-
ships, due in part, to recent
Manufacturer Discount Pricing pro-
grams. As a result we are now severely
over-stocked with hundreds of late-
model, low mileage trade-ins, most with
the remainder of the manufacturer's
warranties still in effect." He adds,
"During this massive sale event we will
offer unbelievable discounts on all these
pre-owned vehicles and sell many for
just $29* down and only $99* per month.
As you can see I am committed to doing
whatever it takes to liquidate our entire
inventory of pre-owned vehicles by
month's-end, even if people have had
serious credit problems in the past.
We've arranged for several local bank
representatives to. be on-site each day to
assist those with past credit issues. We
can finance anyone", he states.
He also points out that in most
instances their prices may be thousands
lower than wholesale auction prices.


--....--- Breck Sloan, Dealer Principal this event is over all remain-r.


selection of vehicles to choose from,,
including Chryslers, Jeeps, Dodges,
Chevys, Fords, Toyotas, Hondas,
Nissans and many more.
Remember, interest rates are still very
low but are poised to rise in the near
future. "Most of all, between our dealer-
ships, we've got over a million dollars
worth of inventory that's over 300 pre-
owned cars, trucks, minivans and sport
utility vehicles to choose from. It can't
get any better for the serious auto
buyer."
For auto shoppers looking for a very
low cash price there will be many choic-
es, including a 2003 Dodge Neon, with
automatic transmission, AC, CD for just
$29* down and $99* per month. Sample
payments will be clearly marked on all
vehicles. All you'll need to do is obtain
credit approval, pick a vehicle and a pay-
ment. It's that simple.
"We are flooded with used vehicles that
must be liquidated or shipped to auc-
tions located throughout the Southeast,
which will cost us thousands in shipping
costs that we want to avoid," says Sloan
He cites another example, a 2004
Dodge Intrepid with automatic trans-
mission, power windows & locks, AC &
CD for only $29* down and $99* per
month. For those auto shoppers looking


ing pre-owned vehicles--
must be shipped to auction. All vehicles.';'
will be offered on a first-come, first-:
served basis, s6 it's critical to come early '
to have the best chance of getting the,"
vehicle you want.
Those wishing to beat the rush,
should shop early and take advantage of"
our extended sale hours this Wednesday,. -
Thursday, Friday & Saturday only at
Beck Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Starke,,,
located at 15160 Hwy 301 South in
Starke.
For further info on this liquidation sale,
please call:
866-665-2370


Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday


Sale Hours:
8:30AM 7:00PM
8:30AM 7:00PM
8:30AM 7:00PM
9:00AM 4:00PM


*$29 denotes down payment, subject to lender
approval, and credit worthiness. Exact rate and,
term varies by vehicle. All taxes, title, license
and fees are extra. $395 admin fee are extra.
**Examples: 2003 Dodge Neon, stk# 5584A, $29
down, $99/mth for 72 mths @(, 8.99% APR. OAC,
Cash price $5,969. 2004 Dodge Intrepid, stk#
NU4692A, $29 down, $99/mth for 84mths (
8.99%APR. OAC. Cash price $6,155. Vehicles
subject to prior sale.
02006 TPG
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2*.A Hunter family"
reunion is
Aug. 26
The family of William Miles
Hunter has planned a famnlil,
reunion for Saturday, Aug 26,-
at Jim and Carol Martin's
home on the Ichetucknee.
River.
S The reunion will begin at 10
M aa:m. and a covered dish dinner
will be-served at noon.
There will be a brief
business meeting, swimming
and discussion on genealogy.
Facilities for changing clothes
are available.
F1 L For information or
4 directions, call Martin at (386)
dM Willia Scott 365-3666 during the day, (386)
Mr. and Mrs. mWiliamS0 935-3175, evenings, or Pearl
McElroy, (386) 752-3372.

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Krystle Waters and Dwayne
Phillips were wed on July 15,
2006, at Ravine Gardens in'
Palatka.
Neil Griffis .pcrf-trmed the,
ceremony.
Given in marriage by her
father, Kenneth Waters, the-
bride wore a white ballroom
gown with rhinestones. She
carried a hand tied bouquet of
pink and white roses.
Jassy Starling was maid of
honor, with bridesmaids Holly-
Hannah, Heather Bush,
Jennifer Palge and Jessica
Adamson.
The ridee', attendants wore
pink lea:-lngih s;rapless gowns
and carried hand nied bouq-uets
of pink daisies.
Kaily Phillips and Tayler
Bro. n were fl'o,.er girls. They'
wore white sleeteless dresses


---. obin Blankenship and
David Johnson, both of Starke,
were married July 9, 2006, at
Starke Golf and Country Club.
Becky Dugat performed the
ceremony. Gene ,, Tanner
provided music at the wedding
and reception.
Given in marriage by her
father, Glenn Grubb, the bride
wore a floor-length ivory pearl
gown. She carried a bouquet of
roses, carnations and baby's
breath.
Sheila Hart, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor, with
Chrissy Saver, sister of the
bride, and Stacey Blankenship,
daughter of the bride, as'
bridesmaids.
The bride's attendants wore
light' blue tea-length gowns
anrd carried ,bouquets of


with white daisies around the
waist. -
Best "man was Shane
Reddish wiih groonmsmen
Kenneth Hannah. Chad
Phillips, Kenneth Waters and
Robert Phillips. The groom
and-his attendants wore black
tuxedos with light pink lies and.
\esis.
A reception followed the
ceremony. ,
The two-tier white wedding.
cake was decorated with light
and dark shades of pink
daisies. -
The bride is the daughter 'of
Kenneth and Mary Waters of,
Starke.
'The groom is the sont.of,
Robert and Linda Phillips of"
Starke.
Following a honeymoon to
the Bahamas, the couple lies
in Starke.


carnations and baby'sbreath.
John Hari. brother-in-law of
the bride, was best man, with
groomsmen Roger Keener,
brother-in-law of the groom,
and Adam Blankenship, son of
..the bride, as groomsmen.
A reception immediately
followed the ceremony at the
country club.
The bride is the daughter of,
Glen Grubb and Margaret
Davis, both of Middleburg.
She is employed by Bryan's
Ace Hardware in Starke.
The groomn is the son of Fred
Johnson and Marie Melton,
both of Starke. He is
owner/operator of David's
Home Repair.
Following a wedding trip to-
Rodman Dam, the couple will
reside in Starke.


Foreign
students
prove 'ladies
first'
Lake Butler resident, Dawn
Brown notes that the old-
fashioned notion of "ladies
first'" till survi'.e. in the field
of teenage international
exchange proamnms
As community c'odinai.,i
for PAX-Program ot Academic
Exchange. Bron is looking
for host families for the
remaining unplaced menibers
- of the PAX Cluss, of 006-07
and they're all boys'.
"Boys .and irls inequal
numbers, from more than 35
different countries aie enrolled
in the PAX program each
year." said Bro,.n "Host
families choose the student
they host and every year the
girls are chosen first It s eems
a pity that the boys are left at
the end of the line."
"We're puzzled by th:e
selection process," said PAX
Executive Director Yvonne
Forman. "It seems limilie, are
under the impression that girls
are easier or nicer to hos-t thjh
boys. We know from.
experience; however, this isn't
valid. Boys are our very best
exchange visitors. They make
friends quickly, are open-
minded, and often more
easygoing than the girls.".
PAX students arrive this
month to begin a 10-month
home 'stay and to attend the
local public high school. Host
families welcome them as a
"son" in their own home,
providing a place to-sleep and
study and setting an extra place
at the table for meals taken at
home. Students have their own
spending money, full medical
insurance and good English
sk ills i' ,i I I
The program offers PAX
students a chance to discover
what America and Americans
really are, by sharing everyday
life with family and
classmates. At the same time,
..host family and. classmates
learn firsthand about the
language, culture and customs
of the PAX student's
homeland.
"I have applications of some
terrific boys from Brazil,
Thailand, France, Hong Kong,
Belgium and South Korea who
would love to spend the next
year in Florida," said Brown.
Interested families should
call Brown at (386) 496-9783
or the PAX national office at
(800) 555-6211. Available
students can also be viewed on
the PAX Web site:
www.pax.org.


Bradford High School, class of
2006 videos are now available. The
cost is $15 each. Contact Nancy
Odom at (904) 966-6086 for more
information.
Adults are needed to work with
Girl Scouts of all ages in Bradford
and Union counties. Contact .
Carolyn Eaves, (904) 964-5812, or
Laurie Mullins, (904) 964-5646.
Training is provided.


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Alva Leon and Betty Jean
McCord will celebrate their
53rd wedding anniversary on
Aug. 8. 2006.
The McCords were married
in DeFuniak Springs on Aug.
8, 1953. They have eight boys,
ranging in age from 38 to 52,
Wayne McCord Sr.. Randy
McCord Sr., Ronnie McCord,
Tony McCord, Timmy
nMcCord, Kip McCord, Ingram
McCord and Micky McCord.
They have 29 grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.
The couple currently lives in
Raiford. Betty Jean is 70 years
old and Alva Leon is 71 years
ojd.


WORTH NOTING I
Starke and Lake Butler Head
Start is now enrolling students.
The free federal) funded program
is now taking applications for the
2006-2007 school year.
The program is open to preschool
children who turn 3 ears old on or-:
before Sept. 1. Head Start offers
educational acti'ities. health and
family services. To apply in Starke,
call Kyle Bonesteel at (904) 964-
8280) to set up an appointment.
Parents ma, also stop by the Starke
Center. Located at 1080 N Pine St.,
or contact ECS Resource and
Referral at (904) 964-1543 To
apply in Lake Butler, call Alberta
Harnmpion at (356) 496-2160 or visit
495 Southeast 5th St. Bring the
child', Birth Certificate and proof of
.income when appli ing
A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6 30 p m at the Senior Health Care
Center Call to register (904) 782-

The Alachua County
Organizalion for Rural Needs
; IACORN) Clinic offers free
inmnmmograms and annual pap
smears 1o omen 50 and older who
ha\e liule or no health insurance.
Hours. Mon.-Thurs.. 8:30 a.m.-5
p.m.; Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
Friday S.30 lI a m ACORN is
located in Brooker, Call (352) 485-
,

BU Vo-Tech
to offer new
PCT program
Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center will begin a
new Patient Care Technician
program Tuesday, Aug.. 15.
.-Classes' will rur" Monday
:h rough Thursday, 4:50-9 p.m.
Certification '.f'or PCT uilI
include core/C.N.A., home
health aid, patient care
assistant, allied health
assistant, advanced allied health
assistant, completing with.
Patient Care Technician. '
PCT is a 600-hour program,
.making it eligible for financial
aid.
A TABE test is required to
register for PCT.
To register for the PCT class'
or the TABE test, call (904)
966-6769.


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Tigers looking for new 'heroes' to step up in '06


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Union County head football
coach Buddy Nobles said he is
looking for a few of his players
to step up during the 2006
football season.
"Our theme this ,ear is.
'Find a Nevw Hero.'" Nobles
said. "The last four years
we've had different heroes


esery year and %we graduated a
good group last sear."
He said he hopes some of
those "heroes" %\ill includee
Austen Roberts. Brandon
Shoup. Josh Mitchell and
Justin Griffin. Nobles said he
also looks for his whole
offensive line to step up it,
play.
"We've got two veterans ion
the offensive line) coming


Junior Adam Waters (right) prepares to tackle ball
carrier Deven Perry, a sophomore.


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Sept. 15
Sept. 22
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Kend l VWillis," Nobles said.
"'As sophomores, the\ started
esery game for us last season
and they've got experience.
They know that it's like to
play in a game."
On .the defensive side.
Nobles said he looks for great
things from his ne\w defense
coordinator. Eugene "Bubba"
Wilson.
"He', tery enthui iastic."
Nobles said. "He does a great
job with the kids and makes
them hustle."
Nobles said he feels the
Tigers' defense \\ill be
e\tremely Noung v.ith only
four returning starters. He said.
it %%ill be es.tremely interesting
to see v.hat happens as the
team fills the remaining
positions
Nobles said the team %will
ha'e a few changes from the
ones o)f the past few seasons
One difference he said fans
will see is in the way players
are used.
"We're going to be a typical
2B school liheie we play ih\e.
six. seven kids both a.,s,"
Nobles said. "We're also going
to hate some young kids play
and possibly even have some
freshmen starting on the
%arsit\ side."
The Tigers have had- to play
like this in the past; Nobles
said When the\ hae. the
results hate been good two
sears dov'.n the line.
"I just hope everybody's
patient this \ear w\ith what
we're trn ing to do and try ing to
accomplish." he said.
During the spring, Nobles
said his program' ,\.as in a
rebuilding year. He s,.aid that is
now more true than it 'w\as in
the spring.
"It's definitely a rebuilding
sear." he said. "We had four or
five kids ineligible for the
spring %who are not with us
no\, and now we've lost four
or file more \ho6 were on the
spring team. That's making
our team even younger.".
In practice, Nobles said the
intensity of his players is what
has really impressed him the
most.
"They're young kids \who
are full of enthusiasm and
energy," he said. "We want to
keep that harnessed so we keep
....them right." ,
Nobles .'.ants' tp keep this
See TIGERS, p. 12C


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-Aug. 10, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES &MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 7C


BHS looks for more wins in 2006 i


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Siaqf It riier
"We're out to get the old
Bradford High School back "
Those were the words of
Bradford senior defensive
lineman Corian Garrison. He's
.eager to see the Tornadoes
bounce back from a 3-7 season
that sa\ them fail to make the
playotfs-a disappointment tor
a team that played in a state
semifinal game in 21X'4
".It was frustrating." senior
linebacker Marcus \ilson
said.
The team, whichh had to deal
with the loss of starting
quarterback Chris Smith, who
died prior to the start of the
season, was young last year
after graduating 26 seniors
'"We played eight or nine
sophomores and they played


heavy minutes last year for us
at times throughout the
season," said Chad Bankston.
Bradford's head coach.
"Hopefully, that experience
that they gained last year will
pay off this year.
Despite the team's youth.
the Tornadoes were still
competitive for most of the
season. Four losses were by
four points or less, including
two one-point losses.
That competitiveness came
despite the fact that Garrison.
one of the team's better
players, missed most of the
season with an ACL injury .
"It %was a heartbreaker not
having the big guy." Wilson
said.
Bankston said a key for the
Tornadoes this year is having
Garrison stay in the lineup.
Things seem to be going \well


5'


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so tar. Garrison. after six
months of rehab after knee
surgery, said he feels good.
Bankston said Garrison
appears to be faster than ever
"He looks good," Bankston
said.
Bradford's defense loses a
leader in linebacker Shauntell
Carter, %who graduated, but
Bankston said players such as
Garrison and senior linebacker
Jesse Rochelle should be able
to step up and provide that
leadership. Those two. along
with such players as Wilson,
junior end Chuckle Covington,
sophomore tackle Terrence
Slocum, junior end, Marcus
Rhines, junior linebacker
Justin Henderson and junior
linebacker Teddy. Harkin will
make up a unit Bankston said
v. ill be "pretty doggone good."
"Speed and quickness,


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without a doubt," Bankston
said when asked %what the units
strengths were. "The only big
guy we've got is Corian.
That's it. Every body else is
either quick o'r fast."
There may be a little
concern with the secondary,
which either had players
graduate or quit. but
Covington should help out a
lot by putting a lot of pressure
on opposing quarterbacks,
Bankston said.
"That's going to help the
guys in the back a %whole lot,"
Bankston said. "I don't think
too many folks are going to
have a whole lot of. time to
throw the football."
Eugene Blye, a sophomore,
will step in and do a solid job
at corner. Bankston said, \while
senior Antwan Brown, the
team's starting quarterback,
may hase to play the other
comer position.
Jernard Beard. a junior, will
play quite a bit at either comer
or safety, while Randy Brown.
a junior transfer from Georgia.
Sn- lT- hopefully, lock down one
of the safety positions.
Bankston said.
Sophomore Gerald
' Goodman moved from free
safety in the spring and will
help out at linebacker.
Bradford's offense lost the
School's all-time leading
.-rusher, James Jamison, to
graduation, but the Tornadoes
hase plenty of backs to fill the
void. Beard. junior Dejor Hill
and junior Rob Harris will be
-thearters, '%with Goodman and
Covington also available to use
if necessary.
Baikston said he expects the
.number of carries to be spread
out among all the backs
"I don't think one particular
guy's going to have 170
carries," Bankston said.
Harris has the capability to
provide plenty of excitement.
See BHS, p. 11C


New Bradford High School assistant football coach Ben Hawkins (far right) gives
some instructions to players prior to the start of a drill.



BHS grad Hawkins gets to

coach for his alma. mater


BY CLIFF SMELLEY people-he came from a home
Telegraph Staff Writer life in which both of his
S.h -parents yelled and cursed at"2
He has gone from crunching ,
numb&te toei.hstructing p l',i ;r i_'; ? '
how to crunch opposing ball
carriers.
Ben Hawkins, a 1992
Bradford High School
graduate is now coaching for
his alma mater. He will team
up with another BHS alumnus,
Daniel Da'is, in coaching the
junior varsity team.
Hawkins will be coaching
the defensive unit and he can't
wait to get the season started.
"It doesn't get much better
as far as athletics go-coming
back to your old school and
getting an opportunity to help
these gu) south he said. M A TlA AR
Though he last played the M RL
sport in 1991., this is just
Hawkins' second year
coaching the sport. Prior to the
2005 season, which saw\ him NEW ENROLLM
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School. he worked in an office
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taking college classes. Classes Available fc
Hawkins attended Santa Fe
first, then transferred to UF.. FOR INFORM
where he majored in '
sociology. He earned his 904-964
degree in 21004. .. '
He began thinking about or Stop by .i
seeking a career in which he 322A South Walnut
could v.ork with children.
Hawkins looked back at his next door to Ha
own life, saw the mistakes he
made as a south. and decided
he would like to help kids
"I thought about workingg in aw asaki .c
juvenile justice, but it didn't
really suit me." Haw.kins said. W ork Hard.. F
'The position I would 'e been
doing could've basically been
a juvenile probation officer. T
wanted to try to catch them .Ruge
before they got there."
What Hawkins did instead -o..
was take some time off from
his job at UF and substitute
teach at the ,Renaissance
Center. He enjoyed it ,and
decided that's what he needed
to be doing.
"As much as I enjoyed the
people who I worked with at
UF, I'm just not built to sit
behind a computer and crunch .........
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INDEX
40 Notice
41 Vehicle Parts & Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
.45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
Rent. Lease. Sale
48, Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent I
51 Iost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56. "1 ral. or nIp> .
57 I or Isalr
5. 8 uildiniatfM aieri.l,
5 P I'uer..rbill Smr'i ,.
611 Secretarial Scr% itc,
(i1 Sripiture,
62 \ aralion'lra'el
63 l.me Lin.i
64 Businevs Opponrunit.
6; Help Wanted
66 In t-,Iminti Opportiimnl
67 Hunting Land for Rtin
68 Rein in O()n n
69 FoInd Suppleienit
70 Self Sitorage
72 sprtling (>Good;
73 larmi-lquipinentl
74 Computers & Computer .Acc-.-orit'.

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42 Motor
Vehicles
1994 DODGE RAM650
van, 8 passenger 2
bench back seals make
into beds Has able. new
nead liner, very clean
upnolsiery Engine &
-gear Iran run good, en-
gine does not use oil.
good lires 100.200
miles, service record
available. $3500. Phone
904-964-5748.
1995 MAZDA B2300. 5sp.
cold ac. dings. runs good
$1795 1992 Lexus
LS400. reduced $4500
lirm Also 94 Chevy Lu-
mina Van, cold ac, .runs
$695-irans problems
Call 904.964-4111
1991 NISSAN SENTRA
runs greal. 175,000
miles, one owner. $1200
OBO. Call 352-473-
7699.
HONDA CRV LX 2004 sil-,
*er. tinled windows,
power windows and
ocks. cc cassei. excel-
eni condition. non
smoker. 28 mpg. 29,500
miles. $14,900 Call 904-
614.6451
2004 HYUNDAI TIBURON
GT, V6.5 speed, spoiler.
silver, excellent condi-
lion. non smoker. 27,300
mies $13,400. Call 904-
614-6451
1986 DODGE PICK UP
work Iruck. $1100. Call
352-475-2283
2003 TOYOTA Camry LE
beige. V6. 84K miles.
very good condition in-
side and out, clean.
$11.500 call 386-496-
0042
1994 ISUZU TRUCK Die-
sel, $4500 OBO price
neg. 4 Tractors. 3 Fords,
all run good Heavy duty
trailer 8 X 2 tandum
wheel, $1200 OBO Call
386-325 2602
91 HD 1200, Sportssler,
blue lois el extra's &
chrome Call 352-235-
0930
44 Boat &
ATV's
BOAT FOR SALE Seats 6,
Iri hull, new starler. new
solenoid, new piston.
new rings, come with
galvanized trailer, rebuilt
70HP Jonnson Asking
$1500 OBO Call 904-
964-4924 or 904-769-
9109
STOTT CRAFT 15'50 HP
Johnson, power tnm and
tilt, $2500 firm. Call 352-
235-0930 or 904-964-
2234.
45 Land for
Sale
7.19 ACRES for sale in
Hampton, cleared,
$77,000. Call 904-219-
3714
2.5 ACRES CLEARED with
new driveway on N.W.
1801h Street in Starke;
$57,900 Call 904-964-
6708 leave message.

3 Acres in

Keystone Heights.

High & Dry. Horses

OK. Owner finance

$29,900 OBO

Call

888-526-3007

owner/agnt


S3 ACRES FOR SALE on
South 301, in Bradford
County. Asking $24,000.
Outside city limits. Call
Timmy at 904-364-7718.
1.8 ACRES PARTIALLY
cleared. & ready lor your
nome or MH Located irn
residential suOdiVision
with newer homes nicely
heed and horses alt
lowed Asking $39.000
Call Mariena Palmer al
Smith and Smith Realty
904-964-9222 or 904.
422-0470.,
NEW DEED RE-
STRICTED Subdivison
in Keystone Heignis.
Clay County Paved
Roads. Sidewalks Un.
derground Utilities, Key-
slone schools Less than
- 3 miles to Lake Geneva.
schools and downtown
A great place to build
your dream home. 1/210
1 acre lots standing at
40K Reserve your tol
today at pre-constructuon
prices See more at
www keilysmoak corn or

call Kim at 352-494-
1432
LAND FOR' SALE by
owner 1 6 acres. Resi-
dential/Agncultural Next
to Keystone High School
Close to golf course Call
352-473-7482
A MUST SEE over 2 acres.
partly cleared. wooden.
secluded, borders timber
company, new 4 inchn
well. 18100 28th Ave.
Starke. $45,900 OBO
Call 352-468-3512
1 5 ACRES. 5 miles North
of Macclenny on St
Marys River Call 904-
259-8028
Keystone Heights, beauli-
ful secluded, 10 plus
acres, 1999 large DW
secluded, private. Ap-
praised over 200K, pnce
is 189K. Owner may fi-
nance, lease option. Call
352-331-9663
5 ACRES CORNER LOT
5467 Indian Trail, Key-
stone. Cleared home
site, high & dry. Remain-
der in trees. Electric up
to property, $79,900 Call
352-591-1376.
47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice. bam, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from hew
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask lor John.

- To SL
10R SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South- Only 3/10 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
"Ideal Location*
Call (904) 964-3827,

DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and


more provided. Call 904-
964-2616.
Warehouse for sale
or lease in Keystone
Heights on
Commercial Circle.
4600 sq.'ft.
Warehouse & 1300
sq. ft. MH Office on
approx. 1.5 acres.
City Water & Sewer.
Call
888-526-3007
ownerlagnt.

COMMERCIAL, RETAIL
space Dy SItrke PosI
Otice lor reni or lease
For more information
please cai 904-964-
6305 and ask lor John
48 Homes for
Sale














GREAT LOCATION be-
tween KeysioneiMelrose
on paved street 3BR,'
2BA 1837 sq th Jusi re-
modeled. includes plans.
appliaces shed.
screened porch. 2 car
garage. $199900 Day
352-475-1800 or eve-
nings 352.4 75-6255.
HOME FOR SALE Key.
slone/Meirose area
3BR.'2BA newly renmod
eled. 2 car garage. shed,
$199,900 Day 352-4 75.
1800 or evenings 352-
475-6255
LODGE TYPE HOME or.
2 5 acres in Bradlord
County on SR 100 108
FI waterfront Sleeps 4 cr
more Ktcnhen & batn,
dock & aeck. well good
fishing in lake ,
$249,000 Call 352-376-
2253.
6522 TREIST AVE. on
large lot, guaranteed fi.
nancing 3BR/2BA, ga-
rage, 1500 sqll home,
liKe new. Rent Io own
with 5k down, sell price
is $189.000. $1100 per
month mortgage Call
904-276-6446
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
HILLIARD/ NEW Jacobsen
32 x 48:3BR/2BA, set up
on 2 acres with well. sep-
iic & power pole in.
c eluded, $734 per month. '
Call 904-548-1480
8 BRAND NEW HOMES
just bought out Double J
Mobile Home dealership
on US 17 just south of
A1A. We are selling out
all existing Inventory at
huge discounts Call
904-548-1480 or come
by 850712 HWY 17 in
Yulee. .
FOR SALE 2BR/2BA MH
on Slate property For
sale by owner. State em-
ployees only or move to
your location $20.000 or
take over payments. Call
352-485-2421.
IN KEYSTONE AREA DW
Jacobson, 3BR/3BA for


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sale Dy owner 5.years
old, on 3 acres, fireplace
and many extras plus a
garage. Call 352-473-
4442 or 352-235-1925.
-NEW FLEETWOOD 14'
wide sianing a31 16 99
Call 904 -259-8026.
Yarborougr. Homes.
. Macclenny, Florida., -
4 OR 5 BEDROOMS 2100
square. feet. New
Fleetwood Home; Just
$64,995. Free credit
check. Call 904-259-
8028. .Yarborough
Homes, Macclenny,
Florida
NEW 1306 SQUARE
FOOT Fleetwood rome
3BR/2BA Now onl/ -
$52,900 Save ihou.-
sands call 904.259.
8028 Yarborough
Homes Macclennv
Florida
FLEETWOOD HOMES
sold for Inojusanas less
Only Yaroorough Homes.-
Macclenny Florida
Drive a iinie save a t10
Call 904.259-80c28
LAND HOME PACKAGE
new 1560sq h 4BR/2BA
on 1/2 acre inr Bakei
County $110,000 Call
904-259-8028
50 For Rent
FOR RENT 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR'2BA. CH'A.
heal $575 per monin A
securunty deposit plus lirsi
and lasi months rent is
required Call 904-964-1
8431 Or 352-745-1189
3BR'2BA MH on 1 acre.
close I0 schools & Key.
stone Heighis No pels
$550 per monin plus ae-
posit Call 352--475-6260
LARGE 2BR upstairs un.
lurnished apt 3 miles
north o Sarke on Hwy
301 Ist & last monlh in
advance J500 per
monthn Call 352-283-
4634
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FL
3BR.2B DWMH large
iol, porch $700 per
monin $700 securiry 3e-
posil Call 352-213-4563.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT' COM-
PLETE tlh CH,A Cabl.e
provided all uiihiespaidi
Central localion 10'%
discount on lirst morntrs
rent lor senior cilizeris
Rooms wiin priai'e anTh
$110 $120 ,'wk Room
withoulbaih.$95 Laun-
dry facilities available
Close to criurcries.
stores. dovwnlown shop.-
ping. Ineatre, and more'
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel acros-
Irom the Slarke Post 01-
hice 904-964 4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH clean. close to
prison Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
StarkeApis 2BRHC&
non HC aparime,t$,.,,
Central ac/heal. on.sile
laundryrplaylround 'pri.
vate and. quiet atmor-
sphere. Localed on
SR16, 1001 Soulhern
Villas Dnve Staie. Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD;
TTY 711 Equal Housing
Opportunity
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly ienovaled
Deposit required Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865 lor more infor-
maiion
,FOR RENT DOWNTOWN
Business & Prolessional
office sore This 1500 sq
h building nas offices &
reception area, new car-
pel and paint Monthly
rent wioption to lease
long term. $500 per
month, or lonq term

ROOMS

FOR RENT


Pet Boarding

Secure and clean country atmosphere
!Tp i-,r l uail meais served
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Older style, 5-6" boxed channel frame, 2
drop axles, 2 5/16 hitch. Takes 5-lug old-
style Chevy rims. Very sturdy & solid. Will
make a good trailer or cut it up & sell.

Call after 10 am 386-496-1215


Ieads Uleoi-lUil 011 vIl"
giniaaie 904 464 6305
Camper irailer lot I:r reni
in country on 1 acre of
land.'C a arner 7pm 352.
468-2684.
LARGE .2BR/2BA DW,
S$425 per monthwith
$425 deposit. No Pets.
CH/A. Call 904-964-
6445.
3BR/2BA CH/A, newly re-
modeled, mini blinds thru
out, nice yard with deck,
quiet area $500 per
month and $500 deposit.
10997 SE-49th Ave,
Starke.. Call 352-468-
1093 or 904-571-6561.
3BR/2BA DW extra clean,
screened porch rno pets
SE -'l1r, A'e .1550 per
monin plus depo:sil Call
352-468-2674.
MH FOR RENT 3BR/2BA,
4 miles out of Starke.
$500 per mrr,:n plus
$, 50) aepc.si Call 904
291-0449.
LARGE 2BR upstairs un-
furnished apt. 3 miles
rorir, o Siarke on Hwy
301 1s1i & asl mriih in
advance. $500 per
moniri Call 352-283-
4634.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
3BR. 1 5BA CHA, onr 1
3 acre, 14i50 per ronir.
plus depoSrt Call 352-
S235.1286
1BR'1BA MELROSE
AREA iopets $260per
mrronin wirh 1,2O0 de-
"o,/il Cair 352-475-
6.285 .
IMMACULATE LIVING
condilio.rns Single .ed.a
r.orrm hrou.e caliev
Licr., ien inide ulilily
roomnri surnin.h lae' uS.e
& i./.w KeVysione
Heigr.is rNo pels c5600
per mronfr, renr I 8,0 e-,
Curily aepoSilI ,ear
leave creiii report & ret.
erences requ.rea Carroll
Renials Mrinae-menhi
Ir n :352473. rCi,5
PRIVATE LAKE SETTING
cule i. clear 2BR nouse


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Sales-Ass


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Sales Associate


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Ir.- I r. UU.Iopen llving IUUM IUirII"


ing combo, single car
garage and more in Key-
stone Heights. $725'per
monhin rent $725 security
deposit No dogs Credia
repon required Carroll
Rentals & Management.
Inc Call 352 473-1025
51 Lost and
Found
FOUND JACK RUSSEL
August 7th, in Food Lion
parking lot. Male, wear-
ing a collar, friendly.
Contact 904-964-5812
or 352-745-6351 .
52 Animals and
Pets
BABY PYGME GOATS lor
.ale call1904.964-8169
GOAT MILK for pel 2 liers'..
for $2 each Call 904-
964.3704
Calves riding horses, min-
iature houses, for sale.
AMK Farms. Ca1L.904-
782-3029
PEEK-ATZU PUPS 1/2
Pekingese 1,'2Shnh-zu
8 weeks. lIrst shnot &
wormed Males are tlat
laced, shon and sweel
$275 each, no checks
please. Only available
Tnurs. Fri & Sat Great
deal you must see these
pups Call 386-431-1415
ask for Lynn '
GELDING CHESTNUT 8
years old. current
coggins Iraineod or
games, greal ride
12000 OBO Call 352-
473-7699
NEEDED FOSTER
HOMES for dogs Any
donations appreciated
Any amount Call
Tammy at 352-258-6582
or Crisly at 904 334-
7319 or BraOlord County
Paws 904-964-9200
DOGS FOR ADOPTION
OR FOSTERING black
lemale pit mix, 4 months,
female hues 3 months.
male shepard 3 months.
male hound mix 3
morn s many killens.
leirels also Ali need a


.loving nome. must get
shois and lixed Call
Tammy at 352-258-6582
or..Cristy at 904-334-
7319 or Bradford County
Paws 9Q4-964-9200.
YELLOW LAB PUPS AKC
Health cenificales. $350
eacn Call 352-478-
.'- 1188
BEAGLE PUPPIES 4
months old, $75 each.
Call 352-258-0692.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
2 FAMILY YARD SALE
THUR FRI & SAT
LITTLE BIT ol every-
ining, whole lol ol nolhin
Organ, kitchen wares,
chest, lots more CR
230 2 blocks Irom Golf '-
Course on rightl, lOOK Ior
signs. .
13931 SE 48th Ave across
from Walman Sat only
t rain come Sunday Sat -
8am to noon Name
brand clothes cheap...
small sizes
MOVING SALE August 11
&12 23592NWCR225
A Lawley 9am to 3pm
No early birds please
Furniture clothes. loys,
household items, every-
thing must go
YARD SALE 417 C Ed-
ward Road. Fri & Sat.
8am to 2pm Household
items, cnrldrens clothes
all sizes (name brands).
youln adult clothes,
shoes, designer purses.
home inieriors.
YARD SALE SAT ONLYi'
Clothes (ail sizes), bed-
room suite. chair, stereo,
loys Cheap, cheap,
cheap 1502 NE 153rd
Street. Starke. Florida
YARD SALE Sat, 8am to
3pm HWY 100 to
Bayless Highway. Follow
signs Dale Earnhardt
stuff. ciotnes. house hold
slufi. loo much lo list II
you need directions call
352.478-6861
YARD SALE Sat rnom 8am
to 1pm. 598 SE 73rd
Street. off HWY 100 be-
hind Tony's gas station
MOVING SALE located at
C & C Mini Storage. unit
57 Everything must go.
Saturday August 121b ._
10am 10o3pm. Dressors.
couch office furniture
Wheel and deal
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
SATURDAY 8/5. 8am un-
til everything is gone. All
proceeds to go to Mas.
ters Commission at Key-
stone First Assembly of
God SR 100 East
MCGOVERN ESTATE
yard. garage, moving
sale Houseful of new
and used Ball Blinds.
Sneilco closet shelves.
lumiture all in good con-
lldion. 5BR3BA brick
home, 4 acres of land.
large 24ft x 48fi pole
ba.ra mariy, ma'y'
extra's Like new Sears
car top carnes, 10' x 20'
Aluminum shed. large
dog house. Murray 14 5
HP ning mower 42 cut
2 microwave ovens.
palm casual patio fumi-
ture misc lumber,~5 -
sheets plywood, smoker,
barstools. treadmill, sea-
soned oak firewood. lots
of other good stuff. All
under tents! Come see
us, slaying Friday, Aug.
11 h at 8am lit dark. Sat,
Sun, Mon,.Tues, etc 717
Nigntingale Street. Key-
slone Heights Florida.
Call 352-473-4931.
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
sale 6359 Glance Road


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off Brooklyn Bay Road,
Keystone. Sat & Sun,
7am to 3pm Furniture,
nousenolo goods
55 Wanted
I BUY OLD COIN Coltec.
lions Silver collars. sd.l
ver qualerc. silver
dimes nickels pennies
prcot sets.mintsels. eic
Call 904-964.3321
WANTED BARBER
CHAIR in worling corn-
dition. Call 904-966-
0641. ,
57 For Sale
LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale. Call
90-1-964-4118
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer neiv type $100
and up-eacn. electric
slove. wntlen guarantee.
delivery avalsDle For
appointment. call 904.
964-8801
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
matres- arna D oospring
winl manufactures war-
ranty Brana new still .n
piasiic Can deliver Sell
lor $170 Call 252 372.
7490.'
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen.!
king Dea. dresser, mirror.
2 nightlsardas. cnesi
available dov-ela'i co.n-
struclior New slill in
DoxeS Relail $6100
sacrifice tor $1100 352-
377-9846
DINING ROOM SUITE.
beauilul cherry Taboe 6
cnippendale'crnais ana
.ghted hulch ana oullel
Brand new slill boxed
Can deliver Relail
$5800 sacrifice $1100
352377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, lull seis $129.
Queen sets $159. King
sets $189 Matress Fac-
lory. 441 Easi Brownlee
Sl Carpels also- large
room size pieces Save
a ioi Casr and carry
Call Soria ai 352-473-
7173or 904-964-3888
BED-OUEEN orinopedic
Pillowlop mattress and
box Name Dtand, new in


plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
64 PIECE RUBY RED
dishes crystal glass-
ware, antiques & col-
leci.Dles Call 512-417-
7583
ANTIQUE DESK good
conation Electnc wheel
chair only use 6 limes.
call 904-964-5669 leave
a message.
1 SOFA & 1 SOFA bed.
Both in excellent condi-
tion..Cal 904-964-9448.
BUCKETS OF FLOWERS
Silk arrangements made
to order Call Son.a
Davis at 352-475-9640
or Donna Davis at 352-,
478-6089. 1 -
PC COMPUTER, very
good condition, $100.
Call 352-475-2283. -
FREE BABY GRAND pi-
ano, upright, grand pi-
Sano, great condition.
Free pot belly pigs, pet
or meat Call 904-964-
7967, 904-769-9684 or
904-769-9368 You'
transport
TORO RIDING LAWN
mower, runs good, try
oul nere $225 OBO Air
condalioner 3 5 ton out
door, split system, have
two, $125 each OBO
Washer large capacity,
$50 OBO. Call 904-964-
4739.
GUARDIAN ULTRA
Source generator
.5,000 Watt or indusinal
or residential use, on
wheels, never used
$2200 firm. Call 904-
635-9305. .
MOTORIZED WHEEL
CHAIR Goodconaiicon
Needs a ballery Call_
904-782-3451.
59 Personal
Services
LAWN CARE unmachned
quality in lawn service
Call 386.496-4492
HELP YOUR CHILD get
ready to go back to
school FCATtutonnglor
3rd, 41h and 5th grade


BANANA BAY
LANDSCAPE INC.
spr hring n, ir
PALMS and TROPICAL
Residential Commercial


Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
a ;- aLer, Sever
On-Sile Laundr) FaciliN & Play Areas
Office Open: Mondas Fridas 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133 1 =
.,- rr, a -,., 5,,, .,3, 6- Ext. 381 S SS
Resdenial Conete3B


Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings
Decorative Concrete
Coaling in many colors
Pumping & Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153


Stump Grinding
Tractor work
Debris Removal
Driveway
Repair ,

FULLLINE :' .
TREE SERVICE U I .I

ECONOMY STUMP GRINDING INC.
Gurnte Lowest ids! ,


James & Linda Daiiey
Owners- & Operators
Licensed & Insured


(904) 769-9641
(352) 284-1977 Cell


HOUSECLEANING
Bi-WE
ee or ee/
N 1-Time Clean
NEED YOUR HOUSE ORGANIZED?


students by a Florida
certified teacher. I have
taught third grade for
.several years and
helped children prepare
Sfor the FCAT. Now I am
doing private luioring
Call Monica al 904-964.
7894 to lina oul aDoul
:hourly rates.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection .of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Ciark. (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M H & iana packages
1-800-284-1144
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape. Customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message
HANDY MAN WORK
mowing, vinyl siding,
underpinning., in iools,
pump houses, replace
windows. concrete work.
pressure washing, etc
Will Deal any wntlen es-
limales, call 352-485-
2264.


LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"

ROOF FREE REPAIRS
RE-ROOFS EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
METAL SINGLES WARRANTY NEW ROOFS
FLAT ROOF LICENSED TILE WOOD SHINGLES
I LOW SLOPED & MAINTENANCE
I GRAVEL INSURED STORM DAMAGE
*THE R.BF[ POS')IBI.F. ROOF T TH E REST POSSIBLE PRICE"
Office: 386-497-1419
PO Box 82 Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
Ft. White, FL 32038 Fax: 386-497-1452


True 30-year fixed rate

: commercial loans
(WITH GUARANTEED RATE REDUCTION EVERY
5 YEARS WITH GOOD PAYMENT HISTORY)


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Bobby Campbell

Roofing, Inc.

Licensed & Insured

(904) 964-8304

FREE

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Employment opportunities available.
Call for more information.


EASY FINANCING ON
2 3 -4 Bedroom Models
$ LOW DOWN PAYMENTS $
All credit applications accepted!

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SECRETARIAL SER-
VICES Typesetting, ;re-
sumes, etc. Call Melissa
at 904-364-6463.
IRRIGATION & LAND-
SCAPE Solutions. Com-
plete lawn maintenance
and irrigalion services.
High quality landscape
lighting Licensed & In-
sured Master card &
Visa free estimates,
commercial & residen-
tial Call 386-965-8091
pr 352-214-1136
HOME MANAGEMENT
household' services
nose keeping, errands.
groceries good plates
Call Leigh King Home
Manager at 904-964-
5374
ARE YOU INTERESTED
in getting 35% more
\ miles per gallon 0o gas?
Call 904-964-3704 or
visit 21656 SR 16,
Starke lor details
CHILDCARE IN my home,
Monday thru Friday. day
or evening. FT. PT. and
after school care, some
Saturday available.
CR229. educational
learning, Inlanis wel-
come Call 904-964-
5220
63 Love Lines
PRETTY S/W/F 60 does
not look or acl like it.
Medical professional


Passionate about love &
life. Seeks-emotionally &
financially secure S/W/M
with similar qualities.
Letter about yourself,
plus phone #, mail to box
owner, PO Box 1416,
Keystone Heights,
Florida 32656.
65 Help
Wanted
HELPER NEEDED for
home repair work. Call
352-475-1596, leave a
message. :
CONCRETE FINISHERS,
form carpenters & labor
ers needed Call 904.
364-9135 ask lor David
WELL DRILLER HELPER
music have valid dnvers
license and iranspona-
lion. eiectnc & mechanic
knowledge helpful Reli-
able. overtime & week-
end work available Call
352-473-0534.
DENTAL ASSISTANT out-
going personality,
needed lor assisting in
an up beat denial office
Experience preferred.
CDT a plus but triendli-
ness is a musl. and ea-
gerness io learn Call
352-473-0707.
DENTAL ASSISTANT
needed with expanded
function certifications
Exp. required. fax re-
sume to 352-475.3045
DAY LABORER needed lo
pick up construction de-


35-36ft

House Trailer Frame



Older style, 5-6" boxed channel frame, 2
drop axles, 2 5116 hitch. Takes 5-lug old-
style Chevy rims. Very sturdy & solid. Will
make a good trailer or cut it up & sell.

Call after 10 am 386-496-1215


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11:30pm. Starting salary
is $7 25 per hour Amer;
can Access Tecnnolo.
gies is' located in Key-
stone Heights. DWFP,-
good benefits Call 352-
S473-4984
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-.


like atmosphere and
work at Windsor Manor.
Open positions for
CNA's, cooks'and di-
etary aids. FlI out appli-
-cations at 602 E Laura
St Slarke 32091 or tax
resurrie o 904-964-


bris Must have divers
license & transportalion
Please call 352-494-
0122.
PAYROLL ASSISTANT Of-
lice in Keystone Heignts
accepting applications
ior office professional to
assist in payroll and hu-
man resource functions
Must possess good
communication ana
malh skills Spreaasneel
and work processing ex-
perience required. Full.
time; good benefits,
DFWP Call 352-473-
4984
FULL AND PART TIME
Teller posions are now
available al Community
State Bank, Starke and
Lake Buller offices. Ap-
ply in person at either
location.
AVON REPS needed In all
areas Sian up and earn
50%., tolal investment
$10 Start loday. local
training Call Sherry at
904-964-8851
SHOP HELP NEEDED, Ii-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train
Full time 40 hour week
Apply in person at U S
Body Source. 1 5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working witn
elderly or disabled cli-
ents 2 or 3 Days per
week Su-El's Retire.
ment Home. Hampton
Pnone 352-468-2619


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LARGE COUNTRY HOME with 4BR/2BA,
custom wood throughout, inground pool/spa.
Large barn workshop, 2-car garage, 26
acres w/pecan trees. $625,000. MLS#292719.









JUST REDUCED! Spacious home on 5
cleared acres. 3BR/2.5BA, porch, great room
w/firifw lace and hnnP l dining i nm .-


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Features ceramic tile, upgraded appliances.
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mom and more. $285,950; MLS#275517. Garage. $177,850. MLS#305126.


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We Haul Redl-Mixed Concrete
in our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
our plant to your redi-forms.
$149 per yd + tax.. deliveredto vou!
1-yard = 80 sq. ft. at 4" deep


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NURSERY 'HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
lenilizing etc. Full time
40 hour week. Apply in
person at US Body
Source. 1 5 miles South
of Hamplon on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring me rillowirng
positions Crew leaders
equ.pmenioperal.:rs la,
borers, Class A CDL
drivers mecnanic's- sia
Drivers license a Mut'i
Fax resume to 9C04-275-
3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE.
CONSTRUCTION WORK
ERS needed Crew
leader & neiper positions
available lull lime ana
pan lime avaidaile Den-
ells Apply in person al
Authorized Consliucl,:.n
Services 7200 SE US
HWY 301, H-lawinorne
352.481-0008
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Technologies
localed in Keystone
Heignis is accepting ap
plicalions for assembly
positions W.II train
Hours are from Monday
thruTnuisaay from 7am
to 3 30pm. ana Friday
from 6 30am to 3 30pm
Starting salary is $7 25
per hour DWFP gooa
benetils Call 352-473.
4984.
2ND SHIFT Will train with
real polenlial for ad.
vancemenl Hours are
from Monday thru Fr.-
day from 3 00pm 10


Hours:
Tues-Fri 10-5:30
ser at10-3


Cabinets Doors
*Windows Sinks

We Bun & Sell New & Used
Building Materials
352-379-4600
622 S.E. 2nd St. Gainesville, FL


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Classified Ads -


6621. Call 904-964-
3383 for appointment.
EEOC/DFWP.
CYCLE COUNTING Daily,
month end, & quarterly.
cycle counts for a manu-
facturing company. Must
posess good communi-
cation skills, good math .
skills and'good computer
spreadsheet skills. Must
be detail oriented & self
motivated. Individual will
be trained to read blue-
prints; drive a forklift, in-.
ventory control and pur-
chasing. DFWP. Good
benefits. Call 352-473-
ELECTRICIANS HELP-
ERS *.%anied Ke'rr."sri-
-le.gr.!i Cali Cr app.o.nl
menil 'nerivew 35-'
473.0022
RETAIL SALES'CASHIER
poeston a'.'aiaole 4-I' nr
min per week Apply ar
Galor II Farm SuppI',
Soulh ol Sla-'.e or. Hwy,
3031 HS Dpl;ma re-
quired
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available 40 nour m.ri.
mum per ieek ator Ii
Farm Supply Soutn of


SraSlkeon HWY301 HS
diploma required.
PARK OF THE PALMS Inc
a Keystone Heights
Christian retirement
community seeks a FT,
experienced dry waller/
finisher/painter. A part
time grounds/mainte-
nance person. FT
caregivers, 11pm to
7am. 1 FT caregiver
3pm to 11 m.. 1 Part time
caregiver. 11am to
2:30pFrn on Wed Fn.
and every oiner week
end: 1 PT.grounds/land-
scaper/ general-labor. 1
PT house keeper for
lode.e'rorel 9ga to 5pm
3 aay" per week Per-
,onal references and
w-ork harory require,
Arpply .n person at 706
Pilms- Crcie Keysione
Hegnis
DRivERS RUN SOUTH.
EAST only. 8 company
ariner5 needed. home
every weekend 80r-
drop nook run soutin.
east only. sgn on bonus
healir & denial pard va
Catiin rider
programiimmediaTe)


Call ioday to get yours
CDL'A 2 yrs PrR
Shoreline Translboria-
tion:.Call 877208-91 "6
McDONALDS OF
ALACHUA is now hiring
closer, PT and FT. On
the spot interviews.
Come join our great
team.
FT PT STAFF TO WORK
win disabled persons in
Starke and Keystone
Heights area, must have
HSdiploma-or.GED, 1
year experience. Pass a
SFDLE Dackgrouna
screening evening and
weekends required. Call
904.966-100 oc.r lax re-
surme to 904-966-2101
PT SUPPORTED LIVING
COACH needed To work
with persons with dis
abiities. primarily eve-
nings and weekends.
must have 4 years expe-
rience or a bachelor s
degree. pass a FDLE
Dackground screening. 2
employment histories
valid drivers license, etc
ResponsiDilities include
assisting with shopping.
paying bills banking


DRIVERS WANTED
IMMEDIATE POSITIONS FOR EXPERIENCED CLASS A DRIVERS
MID-FLA HAULING, INC.
LOCAL $575 $675 HOME EVERY NIGHT
HEALTHILIFE INSURANCE AVAILABLE PAID VACATION
401K QUARTERLY SAFETY/PERFORMANCE BONUS
$1,000 SIGN ON BONUS
DRIVER REFERRAL BONUS

CALL 1-800-766-7558

COME DRIVE FOR THE BEST


Join Our Winning Team!





CHRYSLER E


We have a brand new facility on busy 301

South in Starke. Florida. We are growing so
fast we must add to our sales force.

Excellent Compensation Package

Customer Friendly Environment

Great Benefits Package

Up to 40% sales commissions

Apply in person at Beck Chrysler Dodge Jeep
of Starke or call 904-964-3200 and ask for
KevinmCampbell.


NOW HIRING CLASS A CDL
DRIVERS


WE OFFER A COMPETITIVE PAY
AND BENEFITS PACKAGE
INCLUDING MEDICAL, DENTAL
AND VISION PLAN, 401K,
PAID VACATION AND
r QUARTERLY SAFETY BONUS

DRIVERS WORK A 4 DAY WORK
WEEK
AND ARE HOME DAILY
WITH WEEKENDS OFF

ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING
SHOULD APPLY IN PERSON AT:
PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP
4041 NE 54TH AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL
PH. (352) 378-8844 ext. 338


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Performance
Food Group


cooking, appointments,
etc.-Call Tina at 904-
966-2100 or fax resume
to 904-966-2101.
WANTED ROCK HAUL-
ERS drivers/owners op-
erators. Class A CDL re-
quired. Local runs, no
weekends Call 352-
494-3567
CHEF WANTED Lunch/
amnner nours Family at-
mosphere. immediate
,opening & great ben-
elis Fax resume 0to 352.
375 7937
EXPERIENCED HOME
REPAIR person, own,
tools and transportation,
full/part time, retirees
welcome Call 904-966
2024 references re-
quired
ACRON MEDICAL CLINIC
is looking lOr a ront ol.
lice receptionist Experi-
ence required. Monday
inru Tnuisday, 8am to
5pm Fax resume to
Knslen. 352-485-2927.
THE CITY OF Starke Pur-
chasing DepartmenI has
a job position open ror
Delivery/Warenouse-
man Duties to include
but not limited to. deliv-


inventory file,


series and pick ups trom
vendors, safely load and
unload supplies from
delivery trucks by hand
or forklift, pull stock from
shelves for all depart-
ments and advise direc-
tor of Purchasing when
stock items are low,
keeping stock ware-
house clean and safe,
responsible for fuel facil-
ity readings ana log.
open all gales daily in
the maintenance yard
and perform other duties
as directed. Employee
works under direct su-
pervision of the Director
of Purchasing. Must.
have a current Florida
Drivers License. Must'
pass pre-employment
arug screen and
oackgioung check Ap
plications can Be picked
up alt ine Bradlord Ca
ieer Center located at
609 Norm Orange
Street. Siarke Florida
and return to same Ap
plicaions will be ac
cepled inru mthe close ol
Duerness on Friday Au.
gust 18 2006 The Cir'
ol Starke is and EOE


CITY OF KEYSTONE
* HEIGHTS Employment
opportunity. Employ-
inent opportunity or Pub-
lic Works Assistant/Code
Enforcement Officer.
City desires an individual
with office environment.
and Code Enforcement
experience. City will pro-
vidde Enforcement
training as needed. Po-
sition is permanent full
time with benefits. Sal-
ary based on qualifica-
tions. Application dead-
line is August 24, 2006
or until position is filled.
Applications availdrlCle d
City Hall 55. S
Lawrence Blvd, Key-
stone Heights, Florida
32656 Questions
please contact Depuly
Ciry Clerk. Annene R.cks.
at 352-473.-807 EOE
Drug iree/srmoKe Iree
work place
HOME SUPPORT Stan lo
work wii.r oeveilpmer..
laity disabled individuals
in group homes in
Starke Requires High
School Diploma or 01ED
valid FL drivers license


warranty claims, and


negotiate with vendors. NMust be computer
literate & self motivated with a take charge
attitude. '
Very good pa & benefits:
S medicaL, life in.. 4()01 k, holidays, & etc.)


Apply at or send -esme. to:,h

Pritchett Trucking, Inc.
1060 SE 6th Street

Lake Butler, FL 3205-54


Rj Corman
Railroad Company
* Material Sales, LLC


. Groundsman/Laboreri


SRI (''rm:in Deeniilmeit Services seeks Croiundsman nto
'0 ii 'e ii l agel ri r l aior to assistt in r i t i.,il.n,'iii response
'activities. Based in Siarke aires. 'position requires 24/7 on
callI availability lto respond to cuslomner emergencies. Must
he salfey orientedd and mechanically inclined. High wage
|, l i ,h l ii ,ijl 'i,.d ., ,i.'hiiei'i opporn tinirises .r Ij. n,,.. 11. h. 1.
J1. dlli -i'l. 1 I C llil' l1

Call 304-964-6016
'Apply in person:
14548 Hayes Street, Starke, FL 32091
ore$-mail resulrle lo
iJoh,(C'ricrrman.com


EXPERIENCED RN POSITIONS AVAILABLE:
MED/SURG a EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS


Full-time /Part-lime IPRN Variable shifts
Florida Licenses required
BLS/ACLS required
Minimum 1 yr. exp. required

Competitive salary & benefits available.



Shands
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922 East Call Street Starke, FL
(904) 368-2346
www.shands.org



Experience a must. Driver's
License required.
Apply in person

I he Office Shop

904-964-5764
110 W. Call Street
Starke, FL


with good driving record
$8.25 hour plus benefits
EOE/M/F/DNIVcall 904-
964-8082 or 904-964-
1468.


LJJCE E T'V

ADJUNCT
INSTRUCTOR
Introduction to Human
Medical Science (Medical
Terminology), HSC 2531,
for Fall Semester. Must
have Master's degree with
18 graduate credit hours, in
Anatomy & Physiology,
or comparable health
related field.
Contact Patty Smith
smithp@lakecitycc.edu
Phone: (386) 754-4239
Fax: (386) 754-4739
College application and
irri rip C.:,piC, required
.Apphi.'nhon a%.jilable on ite
" het' M A .e lkecir',c edu
LCCC r. acied,aed b% the
So:.uhern A ,ci1al..n
.:.f College, nd Sch-,ol;
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
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Bradford
offensive
linemen
including
senior B
Carter
(foregro
participate
drills un
the watc
eye of c
Mark'
McGraw


BHS-
Continued from p. 7C
In the Tornadoes' 34-7 win
over Bishop Kenny in the
spring, the junior back rushed


for 278 yards and four
touchdowns on just seven
carries
"All you've got to do is give
him a little crease and he'll
go," Banksion said. "If he gets
in the open field, he's hard to
deal n ith. He's fast."


Ben Hawkins
throws the
ball to
defensive
backs during
a drill.


COACH
Continued from p. 7C
with different personalities,".
Hawkins said. "It definitely
helped me learn a lot of
patience and not to just assume
things about kids."
Hawkins attempted to get a
job on the BHS coaching staff
that year, but there were no
openings. Instead, Hawkins
coached the defensive line and
wide receivers for Gainesville
High School's freshman team.
-It was a good experience,
one that provided him with
many learning opportunities
from the GHS staff. However,
Hawkins wanted to coach in
Bradford County, where he
was now working. He
approached BHS head coach
Chad Banksion, saying he'
would like to coach at BHS
this season, even if it meant
doing so as a volunteer.
iHawkins did not have to
forego earning a coaching
stipend because a position did
open up this year on the BHS
staff. Now he finds himself(
coaching for the Scarlet and
Gray-the colors he once
donned as a linebacker and
safety for the Tornadoes.
SHe played only twq years at
BHS, however, as he made
some decisions that prevented
him from playing as a


sophomore and junior.
"I had my priorities mixed
up." Hawkins said, "I'd rather
be,.'haaging out or'-justdoing
stuff 'that I shouldn't be doing.
as far as hanging out with the
wrong people and stuff like'
that."
He did want to continue
playing football, but he wanted
to do other things during the
summer instead of
participating in team workouts.
Hawkins admitted he thought
David Hurse, the head coach at
the time, would allow him to
play anyway. However,
Hurse's rule was if you
weren't part of the team during
the summer, you weren't part
of the team during the season.
"I didn't think so then, but
looking back, that was a good
life lesson," Hawkins said., "If
you do what you need to do,
most times good things will
happen."
Hawkins is hoping good
things happen this year. He
begins a new job at Bradford
Middle School, where he will
teach intensive reading, and
finally gets to set foot on the
field as a member of the BHS'
coaching staff. All of the
games will be meaningful, but
the Tornadoes' first home
game should be even moreso.
"I'm sure it will be a little
special and overwhelming,
standing underneath the lights
on your home field where you
played before," Hawkins said.


Most of the team's
line returns to help gi
and the other backs th
Junior Dylan Rodg
seniors Ben Carte
Mercer and Robby R
all first-time starter
line last season.
"They're going
\%hole lot better," I
said. "They're not
guys, but the) grew
'year). They. \ ere bal
fire." '. ;
Senior Zack Mo
junior .John Nicula w
.fill the spot at right
while senior Micha
will move into the t
position.
Blye and senior
Hilliard will pla
.receiver.
This will be- Bro,
full season at quarter
Bankston said he is
impressed with ,the
the senior is making.
"He's in a leader
and he's,doing a great
that," Bankston said.
he's only going to g
from week to week."
The area of kickir
concern as the Ti
made just 'one -.ex
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the players are all excited
about the prospect of-doing so...
"We saw how we played
against Bishop Kenny (in the
spring),"' Wilson said. "We
want to play every' game like
that."
The 34 points Bradford
scored in that game surpassed


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defense yielded just seven-
p..oints while forcing three
turnovers.. '
It was a good start to what
the Tornadoes hope is a much-
better season.
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rebuilding phase;" Garrison-
said. "\\ we're ready to go.


spring -game, though he had
never-kickedbhefore-. .,-._.
Brown will handle punting
duties.
Bankston anticipates there
will be approximately 35
players on the varsity 'team.
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be juniors and seniors, though
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d Hines and John Tyson-have
e been practicing with the team.
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S offensive and defensive
g linemen.
3en .. ...Fie freshmen have, also. .
been participating in varsity
)und), practices: Robert Boswell-
atin RB/DB). C.J. Cotington
ate in (WR/LBi. Jawan Janiison
ider (RB/DB/LB). Isaiah Jenkins
ehful (WR) and Rodney Mosley
oach 'QB/DBi i
Bankston said Jamison
(James' brother) has a chance
" to earn a roster spot, but he,
like the lother.freshmen, will
play.on the junior varsity team,.
if he is not a starter.
However, Bankston said all.
are talented players who will
help the future of the program.
"They"re all going to be
good athletes." Bankston said.
"They're all going to be great
football players at Bradford
offensive High School."
ve Harris Bradford's district (3 in
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TIGERS
Continued from p. 6C

attitude so his players, as he
puts it. don't go slot machine
during game time.
"Their eyes start rolling as
ihe\ get in front of the big
croi d ne\t Friday night." he
said. -"Some of the kids are
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Madison County. That's going
to- be a life-changing
experience."

The Tigers are facing a
schedule that will have them
playing the same 10 teams
they faced in 2005. Nobles
said he hopes his team can.
survive the first three games.
."With all the (talented) kids
we had last year, those are the
people who would play us, and
I've got to fulfill a two-year


schedule," he said. "It's not
like I can up and run."
The coach said he had
aspirations of playing more
local schools and would work
to do so during, the 2007
season. ..


Of the Tigers' first.regu
season opponent, Madi
County, Nobles said the; te
is as tough as it always
though it's rebuilding
offense.
"I think a lot of" times t


just reload," Nobles said. Panthers, Gainesville's P.K.
South Sumter is the second Yonge Blue. Wave and tihe
team the Tigers will face. The- .Ocala-Trinity Catholic Celtics
Raiders took tlffl-Clas-s--A to decide the District 4-2B
championship last season, title. .
The Wakulla Eagles are the Union's season ends in Lake
Tigers' third opponent. All, Butler against Panama City
three of the Tigers' first Rutherford.
opponents are in classes above As far as who has the best
Union County. shot to take this year's district
The next two games will title, Nobles said he feels at
it also be against tough least second place is up for
opponents. The Gainesville grabs, considering Trinity
Eastside Rams and the--Bae- ta-Ctfo, tiTreigning 2B state
f Count) Wildcats will champion, returns the bulk of
challenge all of the Tigers' its team.
skills. With as far as the Rams "Give them credit. They 're
went last year and the fact the the district champs," Nobles
Wildcats have a new coach, said. "I think they're the class
Nobles feels both teams will of the district, but I think we
be just as. tough as the first have as good a shot as
three opponents...... "
"It's going to be real
interesting to see how this '.
lar- schedule goes," Nobles said.
son "Throw in Rutherford, along
eam with. our districL'opp0nents,-
is, anad' that's the toughest
its, schedule around."
The Tigers face. the
hey .Chiefland Indians -Newberry A&. -'


anybody else to make 'the
playoffs."
If there is any one game the
coach is looking forward to on
the schedule, he said it would
be the next one. I
"Just trying to get through it
and make sure this team grows
up and stays mentally
prepared," he said. "We're only
going to takeit'one-game at a
time."
_. He. said -h-tean-i-TrFiFin forf
this week is the kickoff classic
on Friday. Aug. 18. against
Santa Fe. He said he wants to
win two quarters against the
Raiders and see what goes on.
That game will be at Union
County High School,
beginning at 7:30 p.m.

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INDIANS
Continued from p. --3

at the safety positions, while
senior Riki Olivier and
.sophomore' Clayton Mosley
will compete at the corner
positions. .-
Dickinson said the strength
of the defense are its
experienced linebackers-
Taylor (151 tackles last
season) and senior Brandon
McGuire 1 127 tackles).
Seniors Josh Mangus .and
Rand) Da\ ids %%ill man the
end of the line, while e senior
Jeramy Lewis and junior Jacob
Elliott %will play the tackle
positions. .
The' Indians lost' a key
member of the group with the
graduation of nose guard Tony
Hamner. Dickinson said
Hamner did a good job of
drawing double teams and
freeing up the linebackers to
make plays.
"Right now, (junior) Sam
Thiesen and (senior) Adam '-
Bailey are the front runners for
that position," Dickinson said.
Thiesen and Bailey will also,
be counted upon to play on the
offensive line. Dickinson said,
he believes he has seven or
eight players ho can play
There, whieh-helps' i-rkeepihg-
pla)ers fresh-especially
hose, like Thiesen and Baile),
who will have-to play-defense
as well. ...
"We just have to do a good
job as coaches of rotating
people in and out," Dickinson
said..
Thiesen was a starter on the
offensive line last year, with
Bailey also seeing playing
time. Junior Tommy Fowler
returns as a starter, while
junior Brandon Boettcher
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Senior running back Jeramy Lewis takes a handoff
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Keystone practice.
the season. a chance to make'plays in the
McGuire and senior Nik passing game.
Brokas also saw playing time Dickinson said he expects
on the line. the Indians just might be able
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need to contribute, Taylor (21 receptions for.336
"Wne.eed to have those guys yards last season) and Mangus
come through to get some guys (25-332). Wide receiver
some rest," he-said. Yarbrough showed in the
Keystone lost its leading' spring he's also a threat.
rusher-Wil Breton-to "I think we've got some kids
graduation. Dickinson is who can catch it," Dickinson
counting on junior Matt Story said.
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position. s utilize in the passing game, but
Story will be helped by the he's also got quite a few
return of Greg Taylor in, the players he can hand the ball off
backfield, but Taylor, who to. Besides Story and Taylor,
rushed for 586 yards on 108 Davids, Elliott, Lewis, Morgan
carries last year, will,;also have and sophomore Kyle Cravey


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can all- carry the ball.
Yarbrough ma) also get into..
the act.
"He might hate to run out of
the backfield in case someone'
gets hurt," Dickinson said.
Senior Michael McLeod
returns a-s placekicker.
Dickinson said he has the
capability to connect on field
goals of at least 50 Nards. but .-
his biggest asset may be on
Skickoffs, pro ided he can
consistently. put the ball in the
end .zone and ,force the
opposing team to start at its
"Hopefully. he'll be a
defensive weapon for us,".
Dickinson said.
McLeod is also battling
lMosle. for punting duties.
Provided the Indians slay
a%\a. from injuries, this Near's
seniors have the chance .to
raise the bar "a little higher.
Dickinson likes to point to
how the senior classes of the
last two years have taken the
program to a higher level each
year. For this year, that means
the Indians would have, to
either win its district (3 in
Class 2A) or win a playoff
game.
Lott and Jack Taylor
embrace those expectations.
"I feel like we're going to do
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METAL SALE,
36 inch wide metal in various colors.
CUT TO LENGTH.

352-473-7417


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Metabolic Research Center of Fleming Island

Starke Annex
407 W. Georgia Street Starke, FL
(North side of courthouse complex)

Kathleen Garvey -
^I I. Lost: 39 Ibs 40 inches ,


* Lose 50 pounds in
just 17 weeks!
* Metabolic will be-
there every
Thursday from
9 am to,6 pm
& Saturday 9 am 1
(by appointment)


p Contact Chrissie Enrightfor details.

(904)215-3493


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