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Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 2006
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Noteworthy Stars


shine for

preemies

' BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
On Tuesday, Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center hosted
a ceremony in honor of National
Prematunt.y Awareness Month.
Dr. Jackson Sasser. SFCC
president, said that a day such as this
gives the opportunity for e eryone to
help out some of the youngest and
most vulnerable of children.
"The March of Dimes is leading
a national effort to save babies
from birth defects.
premature births
and to reduce infant
fatalities.
"Babies bring out
the best in all of us.
Babies w ill make love
stronger. days shorter,
nights longerbank
rolls smaller. homes
happier and the future
something to look
forward to." Sassier
said.
Guest speaker,
Donna Poyner. the
director of program
services for the
March of Dimes, said
that she wanted to
thank both Starke and


Early deadline
announced
The Bradford County Telegraph
%%ill be closed Thursday and Friday.
Nov. 23 and 24, for the Thanksgiting
holiday.
Because of the closure and the
need to get next week's paper out
a day sooner than normal. an early
deadline has been set. All classified
and display advertising materials
must be submitted by 3 p.m. on
Monday. No%. 20. Editorial and other i
items should be turned in by noon on
the same da.
Thank you for \our cooperation.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Be a holiday
lifesaver--
donate blood
Sa' ing the world isn't easy. Sam ing.
a life is. Your opportunity to become,
a holiday) lifesa% er is right around the'
comer when LifeSouth Community ,
Blood Center joins the community
of Starke in inviting its residents to;
stop by the bloodmobile at the Starke
Community Blood Dri'e and make a.
donation that could affect the lies of,
up to three people.
The drive will be held on Friday..
Dec. 1, and Saturday, Dec. 2, at.
the Wal-Man Supercenter on U.S.
301. as %%ell as the Winn-Di\ie on,
S.R. 100. Friday's blood drive \"ill'
last from 9:30 a.m. until 6 p.m..
Saturday's from 9:30 a.m. until 5:30.
p.m. 11
Each time you donate blood with
LifeSouth's Civitan Region now;
through Dec. 31. you will receive a'
:hance to w in a 2007 Honda Accord'
LX courtesy of Wade Raulerson
-Honda. Certain restrictions apply.
Call (352) 334-1000 for more'
information.
"Do something amazing this.
holiday season," said David Luke.
donor consultant for LifeSouth.
"Save a life. Donate blood."
The Starke Community Blood
Drive is sponsored by WEAG
Radio and Lucian's Heating and Air,
Conditioning. Donors must be at,
least 17 years old, weigh 110 pounds
and present a 'alid photo I.D. For
more information on becoming a
blood donor. please contact LifeSouth
at (888) 795-2707 or visit wvw..
lifesouth.org. -
LifeSouth is the sole blood'
supplier for 39 medical facilities in
17 counties in North Central Florida
including Shands at UF. the VA
Medical Center and North Florida'
Regional Medical Center. LifeSouth
is a nonprofit, t volunteer blood center:
supplying more than 110 medical
centers in Florida. Alabama and
Georgia.

World AIDS
Day observed in
Starke
Friday. Dec. 1, marks World AIDS
Da\. and the Bradford Count\ Faith
Community Center will be having an
Action Makes the Difference Walk
from 3-5 p.m
The wmalk is planned from the
Bradford County Health Department
to the parking lot of Communits
State Bank.
On Saturday. Dec. 2. from noon
to 3 p m., a fish-fry fund-raiser e\en
is planned. The event wrill be held
on the corner of Crosb\ and Keller
streets (the overflow parking area of
the Starke Church of God by. Faith .,
There will be music, drama skits and
more.
Everyone is invited to come out
and support the event. All participants!
will receive a free T-shirt.
For more information, call the!
Bradford County Faith Community
,Center at (904) 964-5088.


SFCC. "By furthering the mission of
the March of Dimes., e can present
babies from being born too small, too
early and too sick," said Po\ ner
.."The statistics toda\ show that
in one out of ever\ eight births. a
premature baby is born. There are


532 babies such as this born every.
week in Florida alone," Posner said
As the sun began to set. Sasser gas e
word to SFCC employee Elizabeth
Rey nolds that she should present her
pink and blue star lights that she put
in place to light up the southside of


the Andrew s Center building.
A fund-raising .event involving
local businesses %%as also held at the
fairgrounds to raise money for the
March of Dimes.


Developers will pay their share for roads


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Anotherof the grow th management
mandates handed do% n b\ the state
in 2005 through S.B. 360 %\as the
creation of a transportation program
to ensure that larger developers
are paying their fair share of road
infrastructure improvement costs.
The Proportionate Fair-Share
Transportation Program is meant to
reduce concurrency deficiencies b\
helping to ensure new development
does not result in a reduction of level
of sern ice on roads.
Each road has a level of service
standard based on the amount orf
traffic it is supposed to ser e. Because
local governments are charged
with maintaining the concurrency
of those standards, proportionate
share gi es them another avenue


for funding infrastructure demands
presented by new growth. It also
allows for flexibility in achieving
and maintaining those standards so
long as road projects funded through
proportionate share are benefiting
the transportation system.
S.B. 360 mandates that local
governments have a proportionate
share ordinance in place by year's
end, and Starke and Bradford County
arc preparing to do so
With those ordinances in place,
those governments i'll be able to
quote large developers their portion
of the cost for transportation
improvements when the proposed
de elopments burden the
transportation infrastructure already
in place.
A developer building a minor or
even a small major subdivision will


likely get awsay with paying any
impact fees for roads that either
commission may put in place.
But when a large residential or
commercial development will create
an extraordinary number of new
trips on local roads, those developers
ill w ind up paying a fair share of
the cost of roadway improvements
or nesw road construction to help
alle% iate the impact caused by their
developments. These are projects
that might other ise be turned down
because surrounding roads lack
capacity to satisfy transportation
security. .
If improvements to an affected,
roadway are in the government's
five-year capital improvements plan,
the developer has a right to use the
proportionate fair-share process to
See SHARE, p. 5A


Impact

fee


hearings

set

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The city of Starke and Bradford
County have announced the dates for
their.upcoming public hearings on
impact fees.
Once working toward a single
ordinance that would cover both the
city and county, the two boards are
now planning to go with separate
ordinances.
The impact fee hearings for the city
of Starke are scheduled for Monday,
Nov. 20. at 6 p.m. and Tuesday,
Dec. 5, at 5:30 p.m. (Second date is
tentative.) Both hearings will take
place at city hall.
The county's hearings, which will
include the counts commission and
school board, have been scheduled
for Monday, Nov. 27, at 7 p.m., and
Thursday, Dec. 14. at 7 p.m. The
location of the first public hearing the
Go\. Charley E. Johns Conference
Center, 1610 N. Temple Ave.
Impact fees are fees imposed on
new development. Revenue from
_those fees is set aside to pay' for the
impact that development may have
on the community.
More and more, the state is
requiring local governments to
plan for growth and show how it-
will be paid for or be penalized by
losing the authority to approve new
development.
.Impact fees on roads, for example,
could pay for new road constriuctioi,
'b. r improvemefits 'to eistt'"i' ..
such as widening or adding turn
lanes-projects that deal with traffic
created by new developfiients.
Likewise, impact fees on schools can
build new classroom space or even
new schools as population growth
demands it. Impact fees for law
enforcement can pay for new patrol
cars or expand jail space, etc.
See FEES, p. 2A



Fire


insurance

may cost

more in

Starke
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


With a looming ISO inspection on
the horizon, so-called deficiencies
with Starke's fire rescue service
have the fire chief warning that fire
insurance bills for residents and
businesses could climb.
Fire Chief Tom Rowe has said
the inspection will likely result in
Starke's current ISO rating of six to
shoot to a rating of 10.
ISO ratings for a community
result from periodic inspections of
the community's preparedness to
fight fires. They assist insurance
companies in determining risk for
the fire insurance policies they offer
to home and business owners.
Communities with higher ISO
ratings pay more for fire insurance
coverage.
Rotwe, who has delayed the outside
inspection once already. told the
commission that having fire trucks
exposed to the weather and fewer
than. four-. firefighters working per
shift would result in a higher ISO
rating, impacting citizens insurance
bills.
Rowe provided the commission
See FIRE, p. 3A


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section. IIIl11111 |D

Early deadline on Monday .904-964-6305 (phone) 904-964-8628 (fax) 6 89076 63869 2.


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e 50 CENTS


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The Santa Fe Community College Andrews Center was lit up in pink and blue stars
Tuesday night in recognition of the one in eight girls and boys who are born premature.
SFCC President Jackson Sasser (center) and a representative from the March of Dimes,
Donna Poyner, spoke of the importance of Prematurity Awareness Month. Meanwhile
Elizabeth Reynolds, the artist who designed the lighting display, stood by, ready to give
word to hbr friends to light the building.







Page2A TELEGRAPH Nov. 16,2006


Proposed Impact Fee Schedule forStarke


Land Usk Unit Roads Parks Police Fire Rescue Pub. Bldgs. Total
Residential:
Single Family 2,000+ $3,834 $604 $168 $195 $289 $5,090
Detached ft2
Single Family 1,001- $1,917 $604 $168 $195 $289 $3,173
Detached 1,999 ft2
Single Family Up to $1,162 $604 $168 $195 $289 $2,418
DbtAched 1,000 ft2 -.
Multi Family.-. -Peru nit $2,692 $604 $157 $181 $269 $3,903
Mobile Home Per lot $2,348 $604 $178 $206. $307- $3,643 -
in MH Park
RV in RV Park Per lot $1,266 $604 $121 $140 $209---" $2,340
Hotel/Motel Per room $1,659 $430 $43 $50 -$75 $2,257
Nonresidential: --
Industrial 1,000 ft2 $1,606 $0 $20 $23 $35 $1,684
Warehouse 1,000ft2 $2,085 $0 $12 $14 $20 $2,131
Miniwarehouse 1,000 ft2 $631 $0 $29 $34 $50 $743
Medical offices 1,000 ft2 $4,960 $0 $147 $170 $253 $5,532
General 1,000 ft2 $2,519 $0 $113 $130 $193 $2,955
Offices
Office Park 1,000 ft2 $3,049 $0 $115 $133 $198 $3,496
Research Cntr. 1,000 ft2 $2,165 $0 $71 $82 $123 $2,441
Building/ 1,000 ft2 $5,018 $0 $142 $164 $244 $5,569
Lumber Store
Garden Cntr. 1,000 ft2 $2,506 $0 $127 $147 $219 $2,999
General Retail 1,000 ft2 $5,368 $0 $116 $134 $199 $5,817
Restaurant 1.000 ft2 $6.247 $0 $275 $318 $473 $7,313
Restaurant w/ 1,000 ft2 $8,614 $0 $413 $477 $710 $10,214
Drive Through
Car Dealership 1,000 ft2 $8,104 $0 $101 $117 $174 $8,496
Service Station Per fuel $2,927 $0 $60 $69 $103 $3,159
station
Convenience 1,000 ft2 $10,251 $0. $307 $355 $528 $11,442
Market -
Convenience 1,000 ft2 $11,746 $0 $363 $419 $623 $13,1511
Market w/ Gas r
Pharmacy w/ 1,000 ft2 $6,123 $0 $184 $213 $316 $6,836
Drive Through
Fitness Cntr. 1,000 ft2 $5,946 $0 $171 $197 $294 $6,608
Furniture Store 1,000 ft2 $1,406 $0 $36 $42 $62 $1,546
-Bank w/ Drive 1,000 ft2 $2,984 $0 $173 $200 $297 $3,654'
Through
-. Drive-in Bank 1.,000ft2 $7,526 $0 $146 $169 $252 $8,088.
Golf Course Per' gle0 .... I.$142b ,, ,; 6 $45 $ .... *J 4 k
",1, 0$125 $2,372'
High School 1,000 ft2 $2,479 $0 $95 $110 $163 $2,847
Hospital 1,000 ft2 $3,379 $0 $103 $119 $i77 $3,778
Nursing Home 1,000 ft2 $978 $9 $34 $40 $59 $1s,111
Recreation 1,000 ft2 $1,833 $0 $137 $159 $236 $2,365
Center
Movie Theater 1,000 ft2 $3,827 $0 $360 $415 $618 $5,219
Racquet Club Per court $3,512 $0 $32 $37 $54 $3,635
Bowling Alley 1,000ft2 $3,025 $0 $77 $89 $133 $3,325
Fees listed represent the maximum the city can adopt, not the amount it may eventually adopt.


FEES
Continued from p. 1A

Impact fees are set aside to
help local governments keep
up with demands of growth in
the category for which the fees
are collected. They can only
be used for the purpose for
which they were collected and
only on capital projects, not
ongoing operational costs like
personnel.
Impact fees are charged to


new developers, not existing
residents and businesses unless
they, too, are building a new
home or business. Fees are
paid at the time a project is
permitted.
Large housing de elopers
typically build the impact fees'
they are charged into the price
of the homes the\ are building,
but an individual building a new
home is equally responsible for
paying impact fees and must
consider that when looking
at the cost of building versus
purchasing an existing home.


No impact fees are paid when
, an existing home is purchased
, or replaced, because there is
no additional impact on local
infrastructure.
The fees in the chart are
what would be paid for new
residential and commercial
projects in the city of Starke,
assuming the city commission
approves the schedule as
proposed. That decision will not
be made until after the public
hearings have been held.
Fees are paid once, and
that's it. This is not an annual


assessment or a new tax.
Residential fees would' be
charged based on the size of
the housing unit (or per room in
the case of hotels and motels).
Commercial fees, in most cases,
are also charged per square
foot.
When impact fees aren't in
place, the county loses out on
that revenue and must look to
other sources of revenue like
additional property taxes in
order to fund the needs of the
community.


Will Starke collect

its own garbage?


'BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Will lingering unhappiness
with garbage collection service
result. in the city .of Starke
collecting its own garbage?
The topic came up during
discussion of a new grapple
truck, a purchase Operations
..Manager Ricky Thompsor said
-Commissioner Wilbur Waters
had been pushing for. ,-
With a claw mounted beliind
the truck's cab, single operator
can lift ipems, such as yard
debris.orlogs, from the ground
and into the back of the truck.
Waters said clean-up days
throughout the .city -when
citizens deposit trash curbside
to be picked up. could be
facilitated with such a truck
on hand:
Waters also said the truck
would be used over the next
year as the city begins working
toward collecting its own yard
trash.
Starke confronted its waste
hauler Waste Management
last September after logging
dozens of complaints that trash
was being left behind.
At the time, the company
attributed such issues to a
mismanaged: approach to
growth, but a representative
pointed to a change in
management and said additional
trucks and employees would
improve service.
Thompson said this also
occurs when customers don't
follow the standards for yard
trash collection, such as
trimming limbs to a specific
length.
With the contract with Waste
Management expiring next
year, Waters said he wanted
to see yard waste collection
separated from general trash
collection, with a single city


Basketball
registration
continues
Basketball registration for the
Starke' Recreation Department


employee using the grapple
truck each day to travel from
district to district 'collecting
those items.
Commissioner Tommy
Chastain said he wanted to
look, at ,the city going back
to collecting all. of its own
garbage, and Waters said he
and Thompson have talked
about thai as 0ll.
The city would need to
acquire at least one garbage
truck in addition to the grapple
truck if it wants back into the
business of garbage collection,
Thompson said. A crew of
three employees could handle
the task, working five days a
week, each day in a different
district, he said.
Thompson hasn't crunched
the numbers, so it's too soon
to know if the city could
accomplish garbage collection
for the same cost to customers.
Unless the cost were the same
or less, Thompson said he
wouldn't encourage a change.
If the city does not renew
its contract. with Waste
Management, it could provide
the service itself or place a
call for bids. There has been
hesitancy to put the garbage
collection contract out to bid
for fear that higher bid amounts
would drive up customers'
bills.
In order to pursue one of
these other routes, the city
would need to give Waste
Management notice after the
beginning of the \ear. That
doesn't leave much time to
explore the issue.
It will be around four
months before the city receives
delivery of the new grapple
truck, which was purchased for
$150,000, piggybacking on a
bid received by the Florida
Sheriff's Association.


will run through Nov. 30 at the
recreation department office
located on U.S. 301 across
from Bradford High School.
Children ages 4-17 can
sign up. Fee is $15. For more
information, contact (904) 964-
6792.


Thank You!.
To the voters of District 2.

1 can't thank you

opportunity you have
given me to serve and
represent you on the
school board. You have ."
truly blessed my family
' and I through your support and vote this election. So,
many of you went the extra mile to encourage me in
this race and I truly appreciate your thoughtfulness.
In addition. I would like to thank all the candidates
for bringing up many important issues and
advocating ideas. I look tbrward to working with all
the people thaf invest in our youth daily.
Thanks for giving me the opportunity to work with
you.
Sincerely,
Stacey Shuford Creighton

"Polflical Advermsemeni paid for and appTroed b) Siacey Shuford Creighion for
School Board Disirici 2."


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JAltrusa holds

annual gala
On Thursday, Nov. 9, Altrusa
ClIb of Starke celebrated its
15th birthday party in style
with many of its friends.
Amidst party favors, balloons
and birthday cakes, Altrusans
were set to enjoy the party,
.:which was combined with its
':annual fund-raising gala at
- Camp Blanding.
President Dana Crase
announced the Club's many)
..accomplishments this year
and over the last 15 years.
Crase reported that college
* scholarships had been presented
to more than 20 women since
Altrusa was organized in
*.the Starke community. She
also said that Altrusa had
-,:contributed to all local area
:, schools, libraries, as well as the
1-: Bradford Food Pantry and the
Rainbow Center.
With literacy as its main
focus, Altrusa members ha\ e
read in schools, donated school
"supplies to the district supply
closet, which is coordinated
by Shannon Whitaker, and
: provided much needed funds
for books at school libraries.
Member Debbie Adams
hosted social hour. Guests
were treated to smoked salmon
with dill cream, cheeses, meats,
.T marinated artichokes, baked
.-: Vidalia onion dip with toasted
" pita points, grilled sausages in
garlic/beer broth, and a lovely
':brochette with tomatoes and
feta cream on toast.
Altrusa noted that Debbie
.'and Bill Adams of Bill Adams
:'Chevrolet donated much
of the food costs for social
;! hour. Altruser Ken Teal did
,:'his usual extraordinary job in
hosting the refreshments with
an assortment of red, white and
:--zinfandel wines. Soft drinks
!"-were also available.
i The birthday party mo ed
forwardrd with a wonderful
:.,dinner of steak and chicken
Joann, catered by Western
Steer Steak House and Ken
Weaver. Coupled %with
"the entrde were red mashed
potatoes, a medle) of steamy
--.-vegetables and an assortment of
,-breads from which to choose.
Separate birthday cakes were
-provided for each table. The
:. variety included a white cake
;with white cream filling and
white frosting, chocolate cake
with fudge filling with white
frosting and a strawberry sw irl
cake-.with strawberry filling
idw a-WWfr~fitg thaW&R#&
made by Debbie Busser.
After feasting and
socializing, the evening's main
event began. Included in the
cost of the $100 ticket was
the opportunity to participate
in the reverse drawing and win
the grand prize of $2.500 cash.
Assisted by Crase, Master of
Ceremony Terry Vaughn, in his
own spectacular manner, called
out the names. During the
course of the evening, names
would be drawn and some



FIRE
Continued from p. 1A


with quotes on frame and
masonry homes w ith a $125,000
fire insurance policy in areas
classified with an ISO rating of
six and an ISO rating of nine to
illustrate the differences in the
premium homeowners would
pay.
The frame home's premium
'jumps from $937 to $1,504
under the higher ISO rating, and
the.masonry home's premium
jumps from $793 to $1,026.
For a $200,000 policy, the
rates are $1,417 %ersus $2,375
for the frame home and $1,241
versus $1,613 for the masonry
home.
The reason that ISO rating
comparisons were between
levels six and nine is. that most
underwriters won't write a'
policy for level 10, Rowe said.
The local insurance agency
Rowe contacted for these
quotes was only able to name a
single underwriter who would
think of doing so, he said.
The cost of enclosing the
fire trucks in a heated building,
(because Bradford County is
located north of the freeze
line) has yet to be determined.
The cost of hiring three new
firefighters would be $111,540
in year one.
Police Chief Gordon Smith
cast doubt on the number of
insurers who still utilize ISO
ratings to set their premiums,
but Rowe said to his knowledge
that was still the case.
Commissioner Wilbur
Waters said he didn't think the
department needed additional
firefighters but was torn
between hiring them and seeing
citizens' insurance bills go up.
Mayor Carolyn Spooner
wanted to know why this
hadn't been an issue in recent
years, but it's been 10 or more


(L-R) $2,500 grand prizewinner Mary Powell with
Altrusa President Dana Crase.


would win donated prizes while
others would nin nothing. The
last name drawn would wvin the
grand prize.
Prizes which could be
won were donated by local
businesses and community
leaders and included two $10b
savings bonds by Community
State Bank; a Starke Golf and
Country Club gift basket by
Linda and Sylvia Tatum; 12
crystal glasses by Joan and
James Rogers; a $50 gift
certificate at Garfield Dry
Cleaners b) Kevin Johns;
A garnet and gold necklace
by Elixson Wood and Andrew
and Karen Brnant: one night
"ith dinner at the Hampton
Lake Bed and Breakfast by
Freeman and Paula Register; a
half-hour relaxing massage by
Mary Coleman-Darley, LMT;
two $100 savings bonds by
Mercantile Bank;
A travel mini grill by
Denmark Furniture; a crystal
vase by Jones Funeral Home;
a $70 tater base therapeutic
pillow by Dr. Virgil Berry; a
$50 gift certificate from Merle
Norman Cosmetics Studio by
Andrea Waterhouse; two $100
savings bonds bN Capital City
Bank;
A basket from Alexander's
Place by Jones Funeral Home;
$250 designer sun glasses with
case by Dana Crase and Dr.
Len Schlofman; a 60-minute
facial offered at Merle Norman
Cosmetics b) Jami Cannuli;
one-year vet care for cat or
dog by To% n and Countr)
Veterinarian: I
A $'tl11 S1pecial- M &entg
tapestry by The Sporting
Chance and Warren and Caroly n
Carter: three nights lodging at
Raines Victorian Inn by Ruth
Williams; a $100 gift basket
from North Florida Music &
Sound by Teila Pearson and
Amanda Cooper; $50 cash by
Montford Paint and Body;
A one-year family
membership to YMCA by
Amanda Bray; a blue topaz
necklace by Bill Adams


years since the last inspection.
Rowe said the department had
made requests for additional
personnel, but those requests
were cut from the budget year
after Near.
He said until the fire trucks
sitting in front of the building
are enclosed, they won't


Cheirolet of Starke and Bill
and Debbie Adams; a Mary
Kay Cosmetics gift basket
by Kathi Fellows; a romance
basket from Strawberry Tea
Room by Virginia Autry;
A Curves gift basket by
Karen Whittington; a 2006
Horizon of Hope large tote
from Longaberger by Linda
Tatum; a mother of pearl
beaded necklace by Beverly
Hardy; a one-hour Swedish
massage by Stefanie Smith;
$50 cash by Angela Macey; an
HP Photosmart digital camera
by Davis Express and Jimmy
and Dorene Davis;
A whiter than snow necklace
and pin by Marie Polk; a $100
gift certificate from A & G
Custom Framing by Grady
and Dimple Overstreet; a
computerized lightweight
sewing machine by Bradford
County Telegraph; a Sunbeam
Mixmaster by Noegel Auto
Sales and Larry and Brandi
Noegel;
Citrine and diamond earrings
by Jimmy and Martha Epps; an
amethyst beaded necklace by
Vicki Teal and Kim Hamilton;
pink tourmaline earrings
by Dr. Talisha Cunningham,
IDMD; a designer gift basket
from Windows by Lisa by Lisa
Tatum:
A round of golf for four
at Ironwood Golf Course by
Trinity Mortgage and Adam
Chalker and Cathy Skelly; a
specialty cake gift basket by
George Roberts Insurance and
SS-Fai'- .Luki"eTa Red :C.edar
aohand-can'td.-.gtor.. by Art..by.
John and John and Jeannie
Baker; a $50 gift certificate
from Genesis Hair Salon by
Terry Oglesby; and last but not
least, a gift basket from Shands
at Starke.
Name after name was called
until at last there were five who
were called to the front. Lucy
White's name was called first
and she won the specialty cake
gift basket. Peggy Godwin
was next and won the much
sought after red cedar hand-


even count toward the city's
firefighting capabilities.
Funds for a building or new
personnel do not exist in the
current budget. The city will
workshop the issue at a future
date, but Rowe was uncertain if
that was enough to hold off the
impending inspection.


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The Starke Christmas Parade
is scheduled for 3 p.m. on
Saturday, Dec. '9, rain or shine.
Applications to participate
are available at the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce, 100 W. Call St. in
Starke.
The Tropical Christmas
theme was chosen by the youth
at First United Methodist
Church of Starke.
The parade will follow a
new route this year due to the
permanent closure of Court
Street.
The parade will line up
along East Call Street (S.R.
230) at Shands Starke. From
the hospital, the parade will
travel west to Thompson Street,


carved gator.
Dr. Talisha Cunningham
followed by winning the $50
gift certificate at Genesis Hair
Salon. Then there were two.
Noelle Miller, who represented
Anne Miller, and-Mary Powell.
The next drawing would decide
the grand prizewinner and
runner-up. Anne Miller's name
was called, and she won the gift
basket from Shands at Starke.
Mary Powell had won the grand
prize of $2,500 in cash.
When the evening was over,
Altrusa proudly announced that
it had grossed $15,200 from
- the event. Proceeds will be,


there it will make a left and
go south to South Street. The
parade will make a right and
go one block north to Walnut
Street, then make a left and go
one block south to Lafayette
Street.
The parade will then circle
this block, going from Lafayette,
to Adams to Madison Street
(S.R. 100). From Madison,
the parade will make a left
onto Walnut, then go north to"
Jackson Street, where it will
break up in the First Baptist
parking lot.
Participants are reminded that
no candy can be thrown from
floats or vehicles, although
walkers may hand out candy to
parade viewers along the route.


used to support its literacy and
community projects.
In closing, Crase singled out
Jeannie Baker with a gift for
chairing the gala for many years.
She noted that Baker was one
of the original pioneers who
had started Altrusa and asked
all of the original members to
stand.
"We are thankful to all of the
women who had the foresight
to start such a productive and
wonderful organization," Crase
said. She then thanked all
the donors of gifts, and guests
who purchased tickets for their
continued support of Altrusa


Floats should be lined up by
2 p.m. and ready for judging.
Floats will be judged in three
categories--business, nonprof-
it, and youth.
Finally, participants are
asked that their be no live Santa
on any float. The'"real" Santa
will be riding at the end of the
parade.
Parade applications are
due back at the chamber by
Wednesday, Dec. 6. Contact the
chamber at (904) 964-5278 on
Friday, Dec. 8, to obtain your
line-up number.
For more information,
contact Parade Chairman Steve
Futch at (904) 964-6200.


and for their commitment to
supporting literacy efforts in
Bradford County.-
"It has been a good 15 years
full of many accomplishments.
We are proud of Altrusa's
involvement and look forward
to many more years serving our
community," Crase said.
Altrusa International Club of
Starke isa professional women's
organization committed to
serving its community. Anyone
interested in joining this group
can call Crase at (904) 964-
8076.
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.Lawtey Community School celebrates RedRibbon Week and Terrific Kids winners


--Dur ngFiea Ribbon Week, LCS students "Put a Cap on Drugs." Students with the
craziest hats in each grade won a pizza and drink from Starke Pizza Hut and the grand
prize winner won a backpack which was donated by Lawtey City Hall. Winners of the
contest are (1-r): first row, Darrel Card, Holly Pendarvis, Rylee McClellan, Jorden Cannon,
Jaci Atkinson (grand prize winner); second row, Principal Tew, Robert Odum, Steven
Tyler, James McNeal and Kendall Norman.


LCS recently announced its Kiwanis Terrific Kids for the first nine weeks. They are 1-r):
first row, Dakota Matthews, Hailey Waters, Christopher Gaven Stump, Corey-Schully
Kohn, Shyann Coakley, Jordon Marshall; second row, Molly Pope, Dawson Crews,
Jamie Terry, Hunter McCord, Brooklyn Gay, Dezirae Tabet, Khaila Conley; third row,
Principal Tew, Carson Yowell, Garrett Manning, Jacob Camicelli-Waite, Jamie
Loznincka, Honor Raulerson and Richard Reed.


CHURCH I


Issachar International
Ministries Inc. food store
house, 14256 S.E. 45th Place in
Starke, is open the second and
fourth Friday of each month at 6,
p.m. Those who have a need are
encouraged to come by.
Believer's Ministry will have
Conference 2006, "Stop the
Madness," Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 16-18, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds
beginning at 7 p.m. nightly. The.
public is invited. For
information or to register, call
pastor Rellen Clark at (904):
966--2245. -.
St. John Missionary Baptist
Church in Lawtey, 21670 N.E.
C.R. 200B will host a Harvest
Day program at 4 p.m. on
Sunday, Nov. 19. Speaker will
be the Rev. J.W. Warren. The
public is invited.
River of Life Church of God,
2225 N. Temple Ave. will host
Youth Nights, Close Encounter,
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 24-
25, 7 p.m. There will be
worship, drama and teaching.. -
- he-publiTihtmvited.
Starke Lutheran Mission will
sponsor a spaghetti supper fund-
raiser on Friday, Dec. 1, in the
banquet hall of the Starke KOA
Campground on South U.S.
301, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. The
cost is $5 per person. Tickets
must be purchased in advanced
and will be available at the
KOA from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.,
seven days a week. Proceeds
will be matched by Thrivent
Financial for Lutherans


Have
breakfast
with Santa.
Dec. 2
Children and adults can have
breakfast with Santa at Brooker
Elementary School on
Saturday, Dec. 2, from 8:30-.
10:30 a.m., in the school
cafeteria.
In addition, there will be
pictures with Santa and door
'prizes.
The cost of breakfast for'
children is $3; adults, $4.


SS celebrates
Red Ribbon
Week
Oct. 23-31 was Red Ribbon-
Week at Southside Elementary
School.
Members of the Southside
Guidance Committee planned
several activities for students
that week.


The most exciting '%as the
,schoolwide assembly on
Thursday when fourth-grade
teacher ")oug Samons presented
the history of Red Ribbon
Week.
Other- SGC members
performed a cheer for the
students.
Officer Etheridge, from the,
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office, brought is K-9 partner,
Oody, and shared with the
students how Oody helps find
drugs. .
At the end of the assembly.
students were presented with
footballs, frisbees, stickers and
tattoos all donated by the
Starke Police Department.


WORTH NOTING I
American Legion Post #56, at 715
Edwards Rd. in Starke across from
the National Guard Armory, has
bingo every Monday night for cash
prizes. Up to $125 jackpot,
depending on attendance, can be
won each week. Early bird, 7 p.m.;
regular games, 7:30 p.m.; doors
open at 5 p.m. Players must be 18 or-
older. The public is welcome


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BMS to have
Fall Fun Fest
All Bradford Middle School
students and parents are invited
the a Fall,Fun Fest at the BMS
gymnasium and cafeteria on
Friday, Nov. 17, 6-9 p.m.
There will be games, prizes,
food and music. Parents can
attend breakout sessions for
reading, abstinence and
violence prevention.
Cost of admission is $I with
an additional fee charged food
and gifts.

.NAACP to
meet Nov. 20
The -monthly. NAACP
executive meeting will be held
on Monday,, Nov. 20, at 6
p.nr. at 427 N. St. Clair St.
in Starke.
All officers are urged to


attend.
The general meeting will
follow at 7 p.m. Election of
new officers will take place on
Monday, Dec. II1.
For information contact Pat;
Smith at (904) 782-3023.

$5 jewelry
sale at
Shands Starke
Shands Starke Auxiliary will
have a benefit jewelry and
accessory sale at Shands Starke
from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. on
Wednesday, Nov. 22.
Acceptable forms of payment
will be cash, check Visa and
Mastercard or payrollI'
deduction.
The public is invited.

The Law ley Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.


Pleasant
Grove Action
Group to
meet Nov. 20
The regular monthly meeting'
of the Pleasant Grove Action
Group will beheld on Monday,
Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. in the
annex of Pleasant Grove United
Methodist' Church on N.W.
177th St.
All concerned citizens are
urged to attend.


I WORTH NOTING I


Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
Child Find at (800) 227-6036 or go
to wv% w. nefec.org/fdirs (click on
Child Find).


PtOke4o0We Chbi ? i
Gordon Smith brought
Terry Vaughan,
supervisor of elections,
to the Rotary Club of
Starke the day after
elections. Bradford
County voter turnout was
50.65%. Terry said
everything went
smoothly and early
voting worked well in the
community.


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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


Care of

MAIN OFFICE

100 E. Call St., Starke

904-964-5278
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MEETING BC TOURISM
DEV. COUNCIL
When: Thursday, Nov. 16
Time: 12 Noon
Where: NFRCC Boardroom
STARKE

CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED
Thursday and Friday
Nov. 24 and 25
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our
Chamber members!

MEETING, CHAMBER BOARD


Susan Brown and her daughters, Jennifer and Jessica, worked the
recent Starke Cruzin which was held at Beck Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge.
Thanks to Beck for hosting the event. The event was co-sponsored by
FloridaWorks and the North Florida Regional Chamber of Commerce.
More than 54 cars and 125 people visited the dealership to show their
cars and enjoy great food catered by Cooter Bob's. Starke Cruzin. will
continue in March, 2007.


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Dec. 9
Businesses, groups and
other folks who want to
participate in the Starke
Christmas Parade may
pick up entry forms at the
chamber office.
The themefor this year's
parade is
"A Tropical Christmas.,"
The parade will begin at
3 p.m. and festivities
will follow in the
downtown area.


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i BHS Class of 1976 celebrates 30th reunion


Lawtey Police Chief Butch Jordan presents the keys
to two new patrol cars the. city purchased to Major
Nathan Blom.


Lawtey discusses

infrastructure concerns


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
At the city of Lawtey council
meeting held on Nov. 6, Mayor
Jimmie Scott said that the
finance report for .the month
of October shows a loss of
$45,600.
"This is due to. annual
insurance payments of $41,000
and $6,000. This is normally
allocated over a twelve month
period of time and, therefore,
this number will continue to go
down If not for these bills, we
would otherwise be showing
a profit for the month," said
Scott.
"The water department is
currently showing a loss of
$4,000, largely due to $4,812
that was used for legal fees
pertaining to the sewer system
project."
Scott also pointed out that the
water system is barely breaking
even 6n costs. "We haven't had
an increase in a while, but the
system is slowly deteriorating
and will need funding to repair
water pipes and valves in the
near future," said Scott.
Councilman Marvin Rosier
said that he'd like to report that
the sewer system is complete
and that everything is fine. "'But
it's not," said Rossier, "and I:
don't know how long it's going,
to be since everything right'
now is at a standstill."
Scott further stated that there
has been recommendation that
the system be completed in


phases.
"By completing the system
in phases, the eastside would
be completed first; because
the majority of the piping is
already in the ground meaning
that system could be brought
up online sooner.
"Right now, we have a
$832,000 loan that we have
to make the monthly payment
on with no revenue coming
in. If we go ahead and get the
eastside up and running, then
we can generate some revenue
to help out with this matter.
The engineer is carving out the
eastside to see that we get that.
accomplished," said Scott.
Citizen Wayne Fishurn
addressed the board and asked,
"As a potential investor in
the area, % hen can we expect
to have the sewer system
completed?"
Scott responded by saying,
that because of the pending
issues, he simply did not know,
but anticipates completion of
the eastside to be about a year.
Attorney Dan Sikes stated
that he could only give a
conservative estimate for the
.completion of the westside
because there were larger
issues at stake, such 'as areas
that need to be, pulled up and
re-worked.
"Don't hold me to it, but I
estimate it to be approximately
36 months. And that time frame
could easily go up because of
the -litigation and everything
else going on," .said Sikes.


Starke power project awarded
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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke has awarded the-
project to upgrade its electric
infrastructure to Kohler
Construction Company, which
submitted the lowest bid of
$630,000.
Joe McKinney, an .engineer
with Florida Municipal Power
Agency, assistedcityOperations
Manager Ricky Thompson in
reviewing the six proposals
submitted for the project.
According to Thompson,
Kohler's two three-man crews
and foreman will spend 8,400
hours %working to upgrade the
electric distribution system.
The company has performed
similar work in Jacksonville
Beach, Lakeland, Kissimmee,
Clewiston and the Florida
Keys.
While some upgrades to
they system have taken place,
there are still approximately
40 miles of four kilovolt
overhead. distribution circuits
remaining in the 6.5 square-
mile service area. All of that
will be replaced and 4/13 kV
dual voltage transformers will
be installed. In addition, one
mile of three-phase overhead
conductors, and 1.5 miles of
three-phase-4 kV underground
cables will be replaced.
Six areas will receive 13/4
kV step-down transformers
to serve existing 4 kV
underground complexes. After
the distribution line work is
completed, the 4 kV portion


Health
insurance
counseling
held monthly
SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) is
sponsoring free health insurance
counseling sessions for elders
and their families who have
questions or problems with
Medicare and' other health
insurance programs.
The sessions are scheduled
for the third Tuesday of each
month at the Bradford County
Health Department on north
U.S: 301 in Starke. The next
session is Nov. 21. The sessions
last from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and
counseling will take place by
appointment only.
To make an appointment, call
the elder helpline at (800) 262-
2243.


of the electric system will be
removed and the distribution
lines energized at 13 kV.
The upgrade to 13 kV voltage
is expected to reduce line loss,
which is said to contribute to
high utility bills for the city's'
2,900 customers.
Starke. has budgeted
$1.7 million for the project,
$775,000 of which will' be
acquired through a new loan.
Bucket truck
purchased
While Kohler will provide
all of the necessary equipment
to complete its job, the city
is also purchasing a needed
bucket truck for the electric'
department.
A standing request for a few
years, the city planned for the
expenditure of capital outlay
funds for the truck during this
budget cycle.
Purchased at the government
contract price, the Altec truck
will cost the city just over
$150,000.


On Oct. 26, the Bradford High School Class of 1976 held
its 30th reunion. Those attending included (I-r): first
row, Steven Miller, Melba Johnson, teachers, Laura
Thomas Brooks, Sonia Biggs Gissy, Cheryl Robinson
Wise, Charles Francis, principal, Gloria Strickland
Valinski, Gwendolyn Cuffee, Debbie Hall Warren;
second row, Nancy Ormsbee Patrick, Kathy Locke
Register, Liz Scott Garza, Beth Phillips Cruce, Laura
Box Watts, Cindy Gissy Merrilees, Kathy Spell Durbin,
Glenda Epps Greenburg, Alicia Jackson McMillian,
Glenda Johnson Ruise, Karen Jackson Gaskins, Karen


SHARE
Continued from p. 1A
advance his project. If not in the
plan, the local government can
resolve to add it during the next
annual update.
The proportionate fair share
is calculated by dividing the
number of trips created by
the development that exceed'
roadway capacity by the
increased roadway capacity that
will result from the improvement
and multiplying that number by'
the total cost.
Developers would be required
to pay their fair-share
contribution within a. year of
signing a proportionate share
agreement with local
government and to execute
improvements prior to being
issued a development'.pern'i ".
A development won't
necessarily be found out
of compliance by the state,
however, if contributions can
reasonably be expected within a
period of 10 years, at which time
the impact of a development is
expected to be fully mitigated.

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If local government cannot
afford its share of transportation
improvements, a development
agreement can still be executed
to allow the developer to build
that portion of the project
w which his fair share of the
transportation improvement
costs can support.
When proportionate fair
share process is used by local
governments, they are freed
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the ledel of service standards on
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Lunn Norman, Brenda Carter Starling, Mike Cooney,
Ginger Talcott Anderson, Gwendolyn Lee, Jenny
Tomlinson, Darrell Moody, Ludie Harmon, Glen DeSue,
Kirk Hunsinger, Grace Carter, Emmitt Bright, Don
Waters, Kathy Wainwright DeVoe, Raymond DeVoe,
Broderick Crawford, Matt Herres; third row, Mike Odom,
Darlene Stancil Lee, Anita Green Wilcox, Danny
Shuford, Alfred Ross, Rodney Griffis, John Dean, Milton
Baker, Veronica Cummings Whitehead, Gary Underhill,
Paul Jenkins, Harold Young, Jimmy Lamb; fourth row,
Robbie Best, Freddie Bell, Curtis Crawford, Willard
Wade and Willie Perry.


Development trips exceeding capacity
Increased road capacity of improvement

Total cost of roadway improvement

Proportionate fair-share contribution


standards, but local governments
must still be mindful of those
standards by including projects
to correct those deficiencies
in their five-year capital
improvement plans.
The state issued deadline for
proportionate share ordinances
to be in place is Dec. 1, however
there isn't a penalty for falling
behind that deadline as the city


of Starke and Bradford County
will. Governments without
proportionate share ordinances,
however, may eventually open
themselves up to lawsuits from
developers wishing to use
proportionate share as a means
for making their .projects a
reality as well as future sanctions
from the Florida Department of
Community Affairs.
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Animal

adoption Sat.;.

volunteers to

meet
The Bradford County Animal
Shelter will be offering dogs
and cats for adoption this
Saturday, Nov. 18, at the
shelter located on Edwards
Road next 'to the National
Guard armory.
PAWS will be coordinating
the adoption from 10 a.m;,
until'2 p.m. .


Also, anyone interested in
volunteering and assisting the
shelter is invited to meet at the
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office next Monday, Nov. 20,
at 6 30 p.m.
Sheriff Bob Milner invites
anyone with recommendations
for improvement and who is
willing ,to assist .in these
efforts to attend. .

A cathedral, a wave of a
:storm, a dancer's leap, never
turn out to be as high as we


had hoped. -Marcel P


NOTICES


"The more that governor
becomes secret, the less it rem


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2006-CA-0322
CIVIL ACTION
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE,
OF AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE
SECURITIES, INC., ASSET-
BACKED PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2003-1,
UNDER THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED
AS OF FEBRUARY 1,2003,
WITHOUT RECOURSE.
Plaintiff
Vs.
WILLIE C. NEWSOME, JR., et al.
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure or
Order dated Oct. 25, 2006, entered in
Civil Case Number 04-2006-CA-
0322, in the Circuit Court for
BRADFORD County, Florida,
Wherein DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE, OF AMERIQUEST
MORTGAGE SECURITIES, INC.,
ASSET-BACKED PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2003-1,
UNDER THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED
AS OF FEBRUARY 1, 2003,
WITHOUT RECOURSE. is the
Plaintiff, and WILLIE C. NEWSOME,
JR., et al., are the Defendants, I will
sell the property situated in
BRADFORD County, Florida,
described as:
A parcel of land eighty-five (85) feet
North and South and approximately
four hundred twenty (420) feet East
and West, and extending from
Westmoreland Street West to
property owned by J.N. Jones, and
with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
right of way as its Southern boundary;,
same being the South 85 feet of the
following-described property: Four
acres in the Southeast Quarter of
Southeast Quarter of Section 29,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
bounded on the North by Fields
Place, on the West by land of J. N.
Jones, on the South by Railroad,
situate in Starke, Bradford County,
Florida.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at Bradford County
Courthouse, 925 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091, at 11:00
a.m. on the 21st day of November,
2006. Any person claiming an interest
in the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated: Oct. 31,2006.
Ray Norman
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
Golson Law Firm
1230 South Myrtle Avenue,
Suite 105
Clearwater, Florida 33756-3445
In accordance with the Americans
With Disabilities Act, persons in need
of a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding shall,
within seven (7) days prior to any
proceeding, contact the
Administrative Office of the Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke, FL
32091, telephone (904) 964-6280,
TDD 1-800-955-8771 or 1-800-870
via Florida Relay Service.
11/92tchg. 11/16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUITr
IN AND FOR'
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2006-CA-520
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS,
INC.
Plaintiff, .
vs.
PHILLIP LAGRAND A/K/A HOSIA
PHILLIP LAGRAND A/K/A HOSIA P.,
LAGRAND, et al,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. UNKNOWN HEIRS,
BENEFICIARIES, DEVISEES,
ASSIGNEES, UENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF
DEBORAH S. LAGRAND A/K/A
DEBORAH SUSAN LAGRAND
A/K7A DEBORAH S. YOUNG,
DECEASED
(CURRENT RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the
following described property:.
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NW 1/4
OF THE NE 1/4 OF SECTION 1,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 21
EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT AN IRON ROD
SET AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SOUTH 1/2 OF
THE NW 1/4 OF THE.NE 1/4 AND
RUN NORTH 8825'45" EAST,
ALONG THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF, 887.30
FEET FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED, CONTINUE NORTH
88025'45" EAST, ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY, 408.00
FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;


roust









nent
gains


free.,"
James Russell Wiggins

THENCE SOUTH 00057'45" EAST,
PARALLEL WITH THE EASTERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE SOUTH 1/2
OF THE NW 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4, A
DISTANCE OF 187.51 FEET TO A
SET IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH
51055'48" WEST, 411.69 FEET TO
AN IRON ROD SET AT AN
INTERSECTION WITH THE
NORTHEASTERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE RIGHT OF WAY OF
COUNTY ROAD 233 (SAID
INTERSECTION BEING ON A
CURVE CONCAVE TO THE
SOUTHWEST AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 994.93 FEET);
THENCE NORTHWESTERLY.
ALONG SAID NORTHEASTERLY
BOUNDARY AND ALONG THE
ARC OF SAID CURVE, 100.26
FEET AS MEASURED ALONG A
CHORD HAVING A BEARING OF
NORTH 5148'02" WEST TO AN
IRON ROD SET AT THE END OF
SAID CURVE; THENCE NORTH
5441'19- WEST, ALONG SAID
NORTHEASTERLY BOUNDARY,
190.00 FEET TO A SET IRON
ROAD; THENCE NORTH 293759-
EAST, 297.20 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A 1996
REDMAN DOUBLE-WIDE MOBILE
HOME, VIN#FLA146M9786A &
'FLA146M9786B, WHICH IS
PERMANENTLY AFFIXED TO THE
LANDS ABOVE DESCRIBED AND
AS SUCH, IS DEEMED TO BE A
FIXTURE AND APART OF THE
REALESTATE.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any, to it, on
Marshall C. Watson, P.A, Attorney
for Plaintiff, whose address is 1800
NW 49TH STREET, SUITE 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE, FL 33309 on or
before thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice and file the
original, with the. Clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default wil be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
thecomplaint
Person with Disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the ADA Coordinator at (904)
374-3639 Volce/TDD or Via Florida
Relay Service at 800-955-8771 at 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court this 2nd day of Nov., 2006.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of the Court
By: Robin Gay
As Deputy Clerk
11/9 2tchg. 11/16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2006-CA-0558
COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF
STARKE.
Plaintiff,
vs. :
CARL A. FOSTER, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES. CREDITORS
LIENORS, TRUSTEES OR AS
OTHER CLAIMANTS OF CARL W.
FOSTER,
DECEASED
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a First Mortgage on the
following real property in Bradford
County, orida, to-wit:
AS SHOWN ON- EXHIBIT "A"
ATTACHED HERETO AND BY'
REFERENCE MADE A PART
HEREOF.
EXHIBIT"A"
A parcel of land containing 1..00 acre
and lying m the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of
Section 27, Township 6 South 20
East, Bradford County, Florida; said
parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner'
of said Section 27. and North 86
degrees, 10 minutes and 07 seconds
East, along the Northerly boundary
thereof, 1284.09 feet to an Iron pipe;
thence South 04 degrees, 35 minutes
and 25 seconds West, along the
center line of a County Graded Road,
1225.48 feet to an iron pipe located at
an angle point in said centerline;
thence South 09 degrees, 46 minutes
and 01 second West, along said
centerline, 185.17 feet to the
Northerly boundary of said SW 1/4 of
NW 1/4; thence South 86 degrees 05
minutes and 30 seconds West, along
last said Northerly boundary, 30.88
feet to an iron pipe on the Westerly
boundary of the right of way:of said
County Graded Road for the Point of
Beginning. From Point of Beginning
thus described run South 09 degrees,
46 minutes and 01 second West,
along said Westerly boundary, 105.00
feet; thence South 86 degrees, 05
minutes and 30 seconds west,
parallel with last said Nprtherly
boundary, 414.56 feet; thence North
03 degrees, 54 minutes and 30
seconds West, 102.02 feet to the
Northerly boundary of said SW 1/4 of
NW 1/4; thence North 86 degrees, 05
minutes and 30 seconds East, along
said Northerly boundary. 439.38 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
has been filed by the Plaintiff against
you and others in the above-styled
cause and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any,
to it on DUDLEY P. HARDY, P.O.
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida 32091,
within thirty (30) days after the date of


the first publication of this Notice and
file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on this 2nd day of November,
2006.


Dudley P. Hardy
P.O. Drawer 1030
Starke, FL 32091
904) 964-5701
rida Bar #095907


RAY NORMAN,
Clerk of Court
: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk




11/9 2tchg. 1.1/16


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2006-CA-407
AMERICAN GENERAL HOME
EQUITY, INC., a Delaware
corporation, authorized to and doing
business in the State of Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES C. CREWS, a single
man, LINDA CREWS SMITH,
COMMUNITY STATE BANK
(formerly known as Community
State Bank of Starke), a Florida
corporation, and BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, BY AND
THROUGH BRADFORD COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS, if alive; and if
dead, then against their and each of
their unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees, grantees and all other
parties or persons claiming interest
by. through, under or against them,
and against all persons having or
claiming to have any right, title or
interest in and to those certain lands
described in this action in
BRADFORD County, Florida,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
October 25, 2006, and entered in Civil
Case No. 04-2006-CA-407 of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit in and for Bradford County,
Florida, wherein AMERICAN
GENERAL HOME EQUITY, INC. is
Plaintiff and CHARLES C. CREWS,
a single man, LINDA CREWS
SMITH, COMMUNITY STATE
BANK (formerly known as
Community State Bank of Starke), a
Florida corporation, and
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BY AND THROUGH BRADFORD
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, if
alive; and if dead, then against their
and each of their unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, grantees and all
other parties or persons claiming
interest by, through, under or against
them', and against all persons having
or claiming to have any right, title or'
interest in and to those certain lands
described in this action in
BRADFORD County, Florida, are
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, such sale
only to take place in the presence of
Plaintiff or Plaintiff's duly appointed
representative, at the East front door
of the Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
FL 32091 at 11:00 A.M. on November
30, 2006 the following described
property as set forth iq .said
Summary Final Judgment-"pf
Foreclosure, being situle"'ln
BRADFORD County, Florida, to-wlt:
An undivided 1/2 interest in and to the
following: South half (S 1/2) of
Northeast quarter (NE 1/4) of
Southeast quarter (SE 1/4) of
Northwest quarter (NW 1/4), SAVE
and EXCEPTING THEREFROM a
parcel on the West side reserved in
Jobn Uglow, et ux, by deed recorded
in Deed Book U, Page 175, public
records of Bradford County, Florida;
ALSO: South half (S 1/2) of
Northwest quarter (NW 1/4) of
Southwest quarter (SW 1/4) of
Northeast quarter (NE 1/4), all in
Section 15, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH:
A parcel of land lying partly in the
Northeast quarter (NE 1/4) and partly.
in the Northwest quarter (NW 1/4),
Section 15, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Flonda and
being more particularly described as
follows:
For point of beginning commence at a
concrete monument located at the
intersection of the Westerly right-of-


I


way line of NE 2nd Street (a county
maintained road) and the Northerly
boundary line of the South one-half (S
1/2) of the Southwest quarter (SW
1/4) of Northeast quarter (NE 1/4) of
Section 15, Township 6 South, Range,
22 East and run thence Southerly
along last aforesaid Westerly right-
of-way line a distance of 47.75 feet to
the intersection of afence with said
Westerly right-of-way line; run
thence Westerly along last aforesaid
fence line a distance of 1,090 feet,
more or less, to a fence line comer,
said fence line comer being 100 feet
more or less, South of the Northerly
boundary line of the South one-half (S
1/2) of Southeast quarter (SE 1/4) of
Northwest quarter (NW 1/4); run
thence Northerly along last aforesaid
fence line a distance of 100 feet, more
or less, to a concrete monument
located on the Northerly boundary
line of said South one-half (S 1/2) of
Southeast quarter (SE 1/4) of
Northwest quarter (NW 1/4); run
thence Easterly along the Northerly
boundary line of the South one-half (S
1/2) of Southeast quarter (SE 1/4) of
Northwest quarter (NW 1/4) and
Soutlrone-half (S 1/2) of Southwest.
quarter (SW 1/4) of Northeast quarter
(NE 1/4) to the Westerly right-of-way
line of NE 2nd Street (a county
maintained road) and point of
beginning.
ANYPERSON CLAIMING AN,
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER
AS-OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.
DATED this 31st day of October,
2006.
RAY NORMAN,
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
11/92tchg. 11/16
PUBLIC AUCTION
RON DENMARK Mini Storage will
hold a Public Auction on Friday,
November 17, 2006, at 10:00 a.m., at
2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL
32091, on the following storage units
containing personal items.
S#5 Belonging to N. King
#32 Belonging to R. Canady
#34 Belonging to M. Miller
4:87 Belonging to G. Jackson
11/92tchg. 11/16
BRADFORD COUNTY -
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
FOR FIRE PROTECTION
SERVICES
Proposals will be accepted by'
Bradford County Commission at the
Office of the County Clerk, 945 N.
Temple Avenue, P.O. Drawer B,
Starke, Florida until November 30,
2006 at 4:00 p.m. for the following:
Bradford County presently has one
full time Fire Department and six
Volunteer Fire Departments. While
our full time and volunteer
departments work well together
through mutual support agreements,
as we continue to grow, demands on-
both will increase beyond their
present capacity and structure. The
goal of this study is to evaluate what
we have in Bradford County presently.
and determine what We need for the
future in the area of fire support to
support our growing needs. The end
product of the study is to determine
what a Countywide Fire Department
would look 'like so' we -could'
implement or tailor tb.o:meet :the.
unique needs of Bradford County.r
The study, must address the
following:
a. The number of stations required.
b. The best location for the stations.
c. Minimum equipment needs for
each station.
d. What would be the most effective
organizational structure that would
use both the full time and volunteer
fire fighters without losing the identity
of the volunteer units?
Additional data required for the study
when identified, can be made
available from the various Fire
Departments and other statistical"
information on hand in the County.
Proposals must be received by the
Office of the County Clerk no later
than 4:00 p.m. on November 30,
2006. Proposals will be opened in the
County Commission Meeting Room
located in the North Annex of the
County Courthouse at 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida. Bradford:
County reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
11/9 4tchg. 11/30


copy of your written response to
JOHN S. COOPER, Cooper and
Adamec, 100 West ,Call Street;
Starke, Florida 32091, on or before!
the 20th day of December, 2006, and'
file the original with the Clerk of the-
Court, either before service on the.'
above named attorney or]
immediately thereafter, otherwise a;..
default will be entered against you for:
the relief demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of this Court on the 8th day of"
November, 2006.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE
TOWN OF BROKER LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF "100KER, FLORIDA,
SERVING THE PLANNING AND,
ZONING I ARD OF THE TOWN
OF BROO> .ER, FLORIDA AND
THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY.
OF THE TOWN OF BROKER,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that, pursuant to Section 163.3
161 through 163.3215, Florida
Statutes, and the Town of Brooker
Land Development Regulations,
hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Regulations,
comments, objections and
recommendations regarding. an
amendment to the Town of Brooker
Land Development Regulations,
hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Regulations, will be
heard by the Town Council of the
Town of Brooker, Florida, serving as
the Planning and Zoning Board of the
Town of Brooker, Florida, and the
Local Planning Agency of the Town of
Brooker, Florida, at a public hearing
on November 21, 2006 at 7:00 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the matter
?can be heard, in the Town Council
Meeting Room, Town Hall, located at
17435 Tetstone Avenue, Brooker,
Florida.
LDR 06-1, an application by the Town
Council, to amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by adding
a new Section 14.17, entitled
.Proportionate Fair-Share
Transportation Program, to establish
a method whereby the impacts of
development on transportation
facilities can be mitigated by the
cooperative efforts of the public and
private sectors.
The public hearing 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 this public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notices
regarding this matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calender weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
heanng.
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
Office of the Town Clerk, located at
17435 Tetstone Avenue, Brooker,
'Florida, during regular business
hours. .
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision 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.
11/22tchg.11/16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2006-CA-0547
FRANK HUNTER,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
. ANNIE F. BYRD; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ANNIE F BYRD; THE
UNKNOWN HEIRS,'DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES OF ANNIE F. BYRD,
DECEASED, and ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING.BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
ANNIE F; BYRD; AND DEER RUN
IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION,
INC.,
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ANNIE F. BYRD; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ANNIE F.
BYRD; THE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, *
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES OF ANNE
F. BYRD, DECEASED, and ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH; UNDER OR AGAINST
ANNIE F. BYRD
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
COMPLAINT TO FORECLOSE
MORTGAGE has been filed
regarding real property in Bradford
County, Florida, in the above styled.
Court and you are required to serve a


RAY NORMAN,'
CLERIC OF THE COURT:
By: Carol Williams;
Deputy Clerk:
Doper
d Adamec
Call Street
rida 32091
4701 .
11/164tchg. 12/7.


NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF
NURSING
IN RE: The license to practice
nursing
Rhonda Kay.Thomas, LP.N.
6484 Northwest CR-229-A
Starke, Florida 32091
and .
511 Center Street
SStarke, Florida 32091
CASE NO.: 2005-51405
LICENSE NO.: 1261281
The Department ol Health has filed
an Administrative Complaint against -
you, a copy of which may be obtained -
by contacting William Miller,
Assistant General Counsel,
Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald
Cypress Way, Bin #C65,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3265,
(850) 245-4640.
If no contact has been made by you
concerning the above by December
21, 2006, the matter of the
Administrative Complaint will be
presented at an ensuing meeting of
the Board of Nursing an informal
proceeding.
In accordance with the Americans i
with Disabilities Act, persons needing :
a special accommodation to-
participate in this proceeding should
contact the individual or agency
sending this notice not later than
seven cays pnor to the proceeding at
the address given on'the, notice.
Telephone: (850) 245-4640,1-800-
955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-.
8770(V), via Florida Relay Service.-
11/16 4tchg. 12/7

NOTICE OF PUBLIC.
HEARING OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
PUBLIC HEARING is scheduled for
'Monday, November 20, 2006,
regarding the proposed IMPACT
FEES for the City of Starke. The
Public Hearing will commence at
6:00 p.m., at Starke City Hall, 209
North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida. On the date above-
mentioned, all interested parties may
appear and be heard with respect to .
the proposed Impact Fees.
11/161ltchg.
PUBLIC AUCTION
SPRATLIN TOWING AND
RECOVERY, INC. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell
the following vehicles on' Dec;'5 ,
2006.'at 10.00 a.m., at 18536-W.US-' .
Hwy.301 N. Starke, Fla. pursuant to'.
Subsection 713.78 of Florida Statutes. i
Spratlin Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.
1997 Ford Taurus
1FALP52UOVA202236
11/162tchg. 11/23 .
PUBLIC AUCTION ;
SPRATLIN TOWING AND
RECOVERY, INC. gives Notice of-
Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell ,
the following vehicles on Dec. 20,
2006, at 10:00 a.m., at 18536W. US -
Hwy. 301 N, Starke, Fla. pursuant to
Subsection 713.78 of Florida Statutes.
Spratlin Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.
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IN4PB2155HC871903. .
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Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in second-grade
were: (front, from left) Hunter Raulerson, Shelby Wilkison, April Woods, Dalton
Page, (back, from left) McKenzie Dougherty, Travis Hales, Lauryn Hill, Emmanuel
Johnson, Maddie Miller and Tyler Oliver.


Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in third-grade
were: (front, from left) Kurtis Melvin, Naysha Faulks, Jarvis DeSue, (back, from left)
Cody Jones, Sierra Greenwell, Evette Rosario and Rima Fares.


Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in fifth-grade
were: (front, from left) Latia Davis, Shaina Harden, Marissa Greenwell, Brianna
Cummings, (back, from left) Wisam Fares, Ethan Nugent, Allayna Norris and
Christopher Shannon.




Starke divided over water extension


Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in fourth-grade
were (from left): Thomas Hales, Corey Robinson, Sarah Samons and John Baler.


Waters wanted to know
why the project was being
considered, and Operations
Manager Ricky Thompson
said'lhih extension ?came -fthie .
the residents of Valley Road are
a former city commissioner and
the city police chief.
Commissioner Tommy
Chastain asked if the project
would help in future growth in
that area, and Thompson said it
would. Water mains would be
extended from this area farther
east if growth requires it. This
is the area an extension to the
country club would start should
that expansion ever take place.
Chastain, in whose district
the project is located, said it was
important to continue building
the water system infrastructure.
Thompson said there were other
areas to be addressed as well,
with Commissioner Danny
Nugent pointing to areas in his
own district.
Spooner said the. board
needed to fqcus more on
prioritizing its projects and not
commit to spending funds the


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Starke City Commission.
in .spite, of dissent from. t .Q
- memtbeS'eoted'-To extend^-
new water line to support fire
hydrants farther down Bessent
Road.
The area, approximately
1,250 feet down the road from
where hydrants currently stop,
is the neighborhood at Valley
Road. Served now by a 2-inch
water main, a 6-inch main
would be necessary to support
fire hydrants.
Extending the existing 6-'
inch main from East Mimosa
will cost an estimated $13.000-
$16,000, plus an additional
$1,700 or so in engineering
costs. Bessent Road will not
be disturbed by the project, but*
some driveways may have to-
be cut and repaired.
The project was not factored
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Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in first-grade
were: (front, from left) Caleb Patray, Tiffany Ritch, Amanda Smock, Jordan Tucker,
Samantha Helton, (back, from left) Nicklaus Bailes, Seth Christy, Shaqavia Cray,
Sommer Lane and Thomas Loudermilk. Not pictured: Madison Wolf.


Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in first-grade
were: (front, from left) Camille Bryarit, Susie Cooper, Maudrey Tenly, Kelsey
Wendell, (back, from-left) Miguel Barquinero, Tarrin Jackson, Brandon Ruis, Becca
Baier and Olivia Faulks.


Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in first-grade
were: (front, from left) Semya Crumitie, Hannah Slonaker, Stacey Thornton, Baron
Kent, (back row, from left) Dasaray Steele, Joe Gordon, Jordan Luke, Autumn
Mitchell and Taro Ward. Not pictured: Alex Collins and Cheyenne Zsizsek.


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Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in second-grade
were: (front, from left) Tessa Ricker, Bailey Wisham, Shania Gainey, Pierson Lewis,
(back, from left) Destiny Varnes, Cale Moseley, Taylor Cooper and Jacob Patray. Not
pictured: Austin Davis.






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Southside Elementary School straight "A"s for the first nine weeks in third-grade
were: (front, from left) Haley Schoening, D.J. Varnes, Karsen Whitehead, Dylan
Olive, (back, from left) Savannah Cooper, Evan Darley, Baley Forsyth, Jessa Gant
and Camron Lunn.

Tenants park downtown for a fee


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke will earn $30 a month
for each parking space it rents
to residents li\ ing do% ntow n.
The pity has made the/,
decision to allocate 25 percent
of available parking in city lots
to apartment dwellers-but for
a price.
.Those tenants are prohibited
from parking on the street,
and parking on the site of
their residence, is usually not
available.
*-A city ordinance gives them
the option .of renting a space
from a private landowner with
available parking, but according
to Operations Manager
Ricky Thompson, downtown
residents were unable to find
anyone interested in making a
reasonable deal.
One tenant was reportedly
quoted a rental fee of $500 a


Sign up for
YMCA golf
tourney
The YMCA golf tournament
planned for Saturday, Dec. 16,
will help raise money toward its,
new center.
Teams of four can register
for $200 for the Four-Man Best
Ball. Scramble. There will be
morning and afternoon flights,
and lunch will be served by
Johnny's Barbecue from 12:30-
1:30 p.m. (free for players, $5
for others.)
A special drawing will award
prizes to those who enter the
tournament.
To register your team, please
call (904) 964-YMCA.


month, according to Thompson,
who suggested the commission
set aside a certain number of.
spaces to rent at $30 a month.
The cit3 has three lots. One
sits across from city. hall on
Thompson Street, and another
sits at the comer of Call and-
-Cherry streets. The third is on
Walnut Street, across from the
chamber of commerce. In all
there are 6 are 61 available parking
spaces, and reserving 25 percent
of those yields results in 15
being set aside for residents.
Once those spots are rented,
Thompson said that would
be it. Ten have already been.
requested, he said. .
Rented spots will be marked
with signage and downtown
tenants will be given decals for
their vehicles.


Commissioner Danny
Nugent wanted to research the
matter further to see how the
city would be impacted when
but Commissioner Tommy
Chastain said the city had to
pro% ide the spaces for residents
to park downtown. A special
exception had been approved
to allow offsite parking on
apartments currently under-
construction, and the city's
code was amended after that ,to
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Regional News
News from Bradford Cournty, Union County~and the. Lake Region area...__


UF musician
to give piano
recital tonight
in Starke
The Bradford Patrons will
be presenting. a piano recital,
performed by Kevin Sharpe,
on Thursday, Nov. 16, at 6:30
p.m. at the United Methodist
Church of Starke.
This event is free. but there
will be a wine and cheese
reception for those interested
at the Woman's Club of Starke
immediately following the
.recital. Tickets to the reception
are $10 and ma\ be obtained
by calling Joan Rogers at (904)
964-7515
Sharpe holds the position of
Associate Professor of
Chamber Music at the
University of Florida. where
he is an active chamber
musician and soloist. He has
received many awards,
including the Oberlin
Conservatory Rudolph Serkin
Prize, and has also received
awards in the National
Association of Negro
Musicians Competition and the
National Young Artists Piano
Competition. In 1991, Sharpe
was the top prize winner in the
Johann Sebastian Bach
International Piano
Competition in Washington,
D.C.
He also performs frequently
as a guest soloist %with
orchestras throughout Florida,
Washington and Indiana. He
has also made appearances in
Mexico, Iceland, Finland,
Argentina. Hong Kong and the
Czech Republic, where he was
an American representative for
the American Liszt Society.

Starke
Kiwanis poker
tournament is
Friday
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will. be.,host-ng-..a Texas
Hold'Em poker tournahnerit on
Friday, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m.
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
Registration takes place at 6
p.m. and the entry fee is $50.
Food and drinks will be
available.
For more information, or to
secure a spot in the
tournament, please call Steve
Denmark at (904) 964-5827.

FCCD needs
donations for
community
projects
Chapter 5 of the Florida
Council on Crime and
Delinquency has a busy year
planned in the area of
community serve ice.
Several upcoming projects
that FCCD has need
community support, by way of
time and donations.
FCCD %will be working %with
area schools to assist needy
families at Thanksgiving and
Christmas. working on helping
the Dreams Come True
Foundation and many more
worthwhile projects.
Chapter 5 is requesting an\
assistance on the following
service projects submission
deadlines and the type of help
are also listed):
Thanksgiving baskets -
Not. 17 canned goods.
dry goods or monetary
donations.
Christmas baskets -
Dec. 15 canned goods,
dr. goods or monetary
donations.
Adopt a Grandparent -
Dec. 15 sugar free
candy.
Angel Tree program -
Dec. 8 presents for
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Barbecue reserve champ is

Starke Elementary student


BY CLIFF SMELLEY Hailey's mother, Jessica, said.
Telegraph Staff Writer At the barbecue event,
Hailey received a large piggy-
Could a future Food bank trophy for her first-place
Network personality be found finish and a smaller piggy
in Starke? bank for her third-place finish.
That_remains to be seen, but She received $100 for the first-
8-year-old Starke Elementary- place finish as well as $100 for
School stu-dent Hailey being reserve grand champion.
McElhenny made her first Her third-place finish netted
appearance in a kids' barbecue her $50.
-co*ijietition meriorable as she -" "I've already spent it,"
was named the- Sting-Kill Hailey said of the money.
Kid's Q reserve grand "I've only got $30 left."
champion on Nov. 4 in Jessica McElhenny said she
Douglas, Ga. actually took $100 and placed
Hailey had to compete in it .in a savings account for
two categories: chicken and Hailey. Haile) was able to
pork chops. She took first spend the rest of the money as
place in chicken and placed she pleased. She paid for a
third in pork chops. haircut and a pedicure, as well
She admitted she was as. sharing the money with her
"surprised, really, really little sister.
surprised" when she heard her
name called out as the winner Jessica and her husband,
of the chicken category. Justin, have an interest in
The accomplishment not barbecue. They have formed
only got Hailey featured on their own cook team, and
Starke Elementary's "Eagle Jessica is one of organizers of
Eye News," but prompted the December barbecue
Principal Christy Reddish to competition in Starke.
make .i comparison with a The couple also has a friend
Food Network star. In Clay Hill who competes in
"Mrs. Reddish said she barbecue contests. As one of
might'be.the next Paula Dean," the top-10 cooks in Florida, he


was invited to participate in
the National BBQ Festival,
held in Douglas, Ga., Nov. 3-4.
The McEIhenny family was
planning to make the trip to
help support him. That's when
it was discovered the Kid's Q
competition would also be held
at the contest.
"When my daddy told me
(about it), I said, 'Sure, I'll do
it. I'll give it a try.' 1 was
really excited," Hailey said.
Hailey said she often helps
her dad when he's cooking on
his grill at home.
"Justin's always pnade it a
point to always 'include her. in.
doing stuff,"1Jessica `aid.
Jessica estimates her
daughter spent approximately-
six. hours prepping'. the food
and cooking it. '
"She had to pretty' much do


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everything on her. own," second place in chicken," she
Jessica said. "She.could have said, "but when I heard I was
help, but they wanted the kids first, I was like, "Wow.'"
to do the majority of the work. Jessica said there was not
She did." much time to reflect on the
Jessica said the family's moment while the trophies
friend from Clay Hill allowed were being awarded. However,
Hailey to use one of'"his when it was all over, it proved
smokers. He also helped her" to be quite an emotional time.
with boxing the food since the Jessica and her husband were
contestants were judged on .,,;
presentation as well as taste' crying, aswer membrners"of.the.
and tenderness. .--. ,* ,Florida Barbecue. Associatlioni,
Hailey said she feltt,.g who were cheering Hailey on
about the chicken. She'air ," the lone repress tative from
family were able to taste some
that was left over and she said'
it was good. -
"I thought maybe I'd'get ..
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the state of Florida.
As you can imagine. Hailey,
upon witnessing that scene,
broke dowkn as well.
"I guess it was all just so
overwhelming," Jessica said of
her daughter. "I don't think she
expected to do as well as she
did. She just buried her face' in
her daddy's belly and cried."
Now that she's gotten her
first competition under her
belt, Hailey plans to compete
in a kids' competition at the
Starke contest. She said she


doesn't anticipate doing
anything differently this time
around, adding that she
definitely won't be doing
anything differently with her
first-place chicken.
Next November, Hailey will
return to Douglas, Ga.
"She does plan on going
back next Near and defending
her title as reserve grand
champion and, hopefully, get
grand champion," Jessica said.
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Understanding the voluntary pre-K program


BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Florida's Voluntary
Prekindergarten Education
Program went into effect at the
beginning of the 2005-2006.
school year..
. Each child who resides in
Florida and has reached the
age of 4 on or before Sept. I of
a given school year is eligible
for the free voluntary pre-K
program during that school
year.
Parents of an eligible child
may enroll the child in one of
the following programs:
(a) A school-year voluntary
pre-K program delivered by a
private prekindergarten
provider or eligible public
school; or
(b) A summer voluntary pre-
K program delivered by an
eligible public school or by a
private prekindergarten
provider.
A child may not enroll in
more than one of the above
programs.
Parents may choose the
private provider or eligible
public school in their area,
however, the provider may
determine whether or not to


admit any child based upon.
staff-to-child ratio availability.
Florida Statutes requirethat
each prekindergarten program
delivered by private providers
must be accredited just as
those delivered through the
public school system. ,
' Prekindergarten instructors
must hold, either a child
development associate
credential which recognizes
that the individual has
completed the national
requirements and has proven
their competence to work with
young children, or hold a
teacher's certificate.
In addition, prekindergarten
instructors must be screened
using the Level 2 screening
standards and rescreened every
five years.
Linda Johns, the director of
accountability and special
programs for Union County
schools said, "By law, each
public or private voluntary pre-
K provider must deliver at
least 540 instructional hours to
students during the traditional
180 day school year. This
breaks down to three hours
each school day.
After that time, parents are
able to pick up their child or


they can make arrangements
with the private provider for
extended child care. The state
provides the funding for only
the .three hours of classroom
instruction a day," said Johns.
Each school district in
Florida is also required to
administer a VPK summer
program. Each district's school
board determines which public
schools in the district are
eligible to deliver the summer
program.
According to Steve
Mountain, the executive
director of Early Learning
Coalition of Clay, Nassau,
Baker and Bradford counties,
the summer voluntary pre-K
program differs from the
traditional school year
program. "The summer
program consists of 300 hours
of instruction within a 90 day
period. Some may find this
program to be more intense
and faster paced," said
Mountain.
Parents enrolling a child in
the voluntary pre-K program
should also be aware that a
child must comply with the
Attendance policy of the
private kindergarten provider
or district school board.
As a general rule, the state


allows for three unexcused
absences per month, and seven
absences with a parent note.
After ID accumulative
absences in one month,
documentation is required
(such as a doctor's note) to
avoid a child being withdrawn
from the program.
"All voluntary pre-K
programs are state funded, so
your chosen provider will not
receive funds if your child is
not meeting the attendance
requirement. Parents should
check with the individual
provider to be sure of their
attendance policy," said
Mountain.
Parents can enroll their child
in the VPK program at any
time, so long as their chosen
provider is accepting new
students.
Registration requirements to
any VPK program -are as
follows:
The child must be a
Florida resident who has
reached four years of age by
Sept. I of the enrollment year.
The child's original birth
certificate is required.
Proof of residency of the
parent or guardian of an
* eligible child is required. Such
proof can be in the form of a


utility or phone bill.
* Any custodial adult of an
eligible child, such as a
grandparent or foster parent,
must also have documentation
showing that they are the
custodial parent of the child.
The Early Learning
Coalition of Bradford County
has partnered with Episcopal
Children's Services for the
voluntary pre-K program in
that area.
For a registration packet or
further information, Bradford
County residents should call
(904) 964-1543.
Voluntary prekindergarten
providers located in Bradford
County are Brooker'
Elementary, Noah's Ark
Childcare, Children's Farm,
New Beginnings, Hampton
Elementary, Midway Learning
Center, Lawtey Community
School, Bradford Preschool,
Hope Christian Academy,
Love'n & Learning, Souihside
Elementary, Starke Elementary
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because daddy is supposed to be
that man in the picture on the
table. I want to tell those
children whose dad, and now
that women are in the military,
their moms, are not there for
the important times of their
lives, that it's not because they
don't care but because they care
so much they are willing to be
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t Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, Nov. 16,2006 Page4B



We can remember


Germany was first brought to the
table Nov. 11, 1918, to formally end
World War 1, with the date being
Sketched into memory as Armistice Day.
When the job had to be done over
again, Americans combined the two
celebratory
days, the
successful
ending of two
world wars,
into Veterans
Day.
It has been
88 years since
the armistice ._
was signed
in France,
b4 i n g i n g
., end
Vt'lthe long, bloody World War 1.
r'VAt'hfortunately, and for reasons little
0nierstood'by the average person, the
J generation had to do the same
ob over. The European end of World
War,1 came April 17, 1945, followed
by the collapse of the Japanese in
.AugsL----_ --- -
Yery few WWI veterans have
survived until today, and WWII
veterans are dying off at a very high
rate, since it has been 61 years since
the war ended. While the two world
wars were major conflicts enlisting
millions of young people in uniform,
the United States has been in a
number of smaller, but no less deadly,
wars, generating veterans in every age
group.
Thanks to former Starke City
Commissioner Charles Schaefer
(deceased), the city established
Veterans Memorial Park on East Call
Street, and memorials are held each
year to honor all veterans.
A private organization, the National


World War II Museum, is located inl
New Orleans and portrays the entire
history of WWll from beginning to
end, and local veteran Douglas Hardy
is a charter member. Hardy is being
honored with a certificate certifying
his charter
.. membership,
and- his
name will be
"entered in
perpetuity"
on a kiosk at
the entrance.
Hardy was
a rifleman in
the Battle of
the Bulge, an
epic battle
that broke'
the back of the German Army in
December 1944. The battle coincided
with a record blizzard in the mountains.
Hardy was hospitalized briefly with
frozen feet, but he returned to his unit
to fight again.
'Some veterans, such as I, were
never in eminent danger, even though
we may have spent four years or more
in the military, and while we served in
wartime, the military owes us riothing.
We are just glad to return home,
maybe a little heavier, and hopefully"'
a little wiser, than when we left.
Some young men and women didn't
live to return home, and some came
home with broken bodies, never to
live a normal life. Our nation can
provide for them, but there is no way
to compensate them and their families
for the loss of life and/or limb.
But we can remember those who
perished and honor those who
served.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


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LB Woman's
Club says .
'thanks'
Dear Editor:
I would like to say a special
"thank you,, to Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead and Henry Fowler.
Sheriff Whitehead donated
chicken and rice for the Lake
r Butler .Woman's Club fund.
raiser dinners on Nov. 6. '
Henry Fowler cooked the.
chicken and rice,.which was
delicious. .
I would also like to thank
all the ladies of the club who
cooked the side dishes, served,
and delivered the dinners.
I extend my appreciation to
all those who bought the
meals. They all had a part in
making the fund-raiser a great
success. The money raised will
be used for a high school
scholarship.
Verona DeLoach
president

Pax
coordinator
says 'thanks'
Dear Editor:
It's both gratifying and
exciting to find a way one can
male a difference in today's
fast paced, crowded world.
Those in this community
%who have welcomed foreign
students into their homes and
the school this year are
making a real difference.
It seems particularly
appropriate to extend a public
"thank you" during
IntriatiFoial Education Week.
Nov. 13-17.
On behalf of my PAX
students, Aitzol from Spain
and Nancy from Germany. I
would like to thank their host
families. Mike and Sharlene
Spires and Shelly and Ricky
Starling. A .
I also would like to hank
the teachers and students at
Union County High School
and the Union County School
Board for being so willing
to welcome exchange students
into the community.
By the simple act of selling
an extra place at the table,
an extra desk in the classroom,
and being open to making a
new friend, these generous and
enlightened community
members are facilitating a
un.iqpue opportuni4vi foreCeTsS9.


cultural learning.
International Education
Week is a joint. initiative of
the LIS Departmcnt ol' Stale
and ihe LIS Departmcnt of
Education.
In announcing this year's
celebration, Secretary of
Education Margaret Spellings
observed that educational.
opportunities Itke those
provided by the PAX program
"Teach us to, see beyond our
borders and boundaries, to
overcome stereotypes and
apprcciale cultures other than'
our. own. in so doing, they
give us hope for a brighter
future by advancing freedom.
opportu n i I y and
understanding."
These arc., indeed, giant
rewards tor which h I c\itnd
hcartfelt hanks on behalf of
my PANX -ud(.nts. ,
Dawn Blown
PAX ComnImnity'
Coordinator
Lake Butler

Thanks to the
members of
Fargis Lodge
for donation
Dear Editor:
At the Nov. 6, 2005, stated
communication of Lake Butler
Lodge No. 52, Free and
Accepted Masons, the
Worshipful Master of J.
Wendell Fargis Lodge No. 356
of Neptune Beach,
Florida along with two other
members of the J. Wendell
Fargis Lodge
personally presented a
donation of $1,000 to help
Mary Murphy and her family
recover from the devastation
the tragic bus accident
caused that family. The check
was deposited into Lake Butler
Lodge's account for a bank
transfer Nov. 7. to the Marn
Murphy and her three children.
The members of Lake Butler
Lodge expressed their
appreciation to all the members
of J. Wendell Fargis Lodge for
their generous donation.
We feel very proud to have
other lodges of Freemasons
from all around the state of
Florida that have made
donations to assist the families
adversely affected by the tragic
bus accident.
J:aiy, ,Pat Disricpt,PqpiO'


Chief


responds to I
critic
Dear Editor:
I am responding to a lette
that was submitted last week
about the Lawtey Polici
Department. I would like to
clarify some things and answe
some questions that a citizeI
had.
Q. How many cars does th4
police department need?
SA. All Police Department,
* need one car per officer. It is I
proven fact that vehicles last
longer when they have only
one driver. In instances where
company cars are available.
accountable i.t) a.nd
responsibilities are placed on
one person, the assigned driver,
Therefore, the Lawtey Police
Department needs twelve cars.
Q. How many officers does
LPD have?
A. The Lawtey. Police
Department employs 12 sworri
officers.
Q. Do we supply all th
officers a "Take home/take to
your other job" car?
A. Who is we? The Lawtey
Police Department has two
officers who have assigned takd
home cars. One is the chief of
police and the other is the
major. Both of which were
approved by the Lawtev Cit3y
Council. Since the major is the
only person that has a take
home car and another job, no, a
police car is not driven to the
"other job."
Q. With these take home
cars, do we get 24/7 protection
and availability?
A. Here it is again, who is
%we? All citizens of Lawtey'
have 24-hour law enforcement.
protection.
Q. Will I see my tax dollars;
(LPD new cars) patrolling inc
my neighborhood?
A. Since the Lawtey Police&
Department receives no tax.
dollars from the'citizens of
Lawtev. you will not see your,
"tax dollars it work" within
this department. The Lawtey;
Police Department is a sMelf-.
supporting agency with no1
assistance from tax revenue!
that is paid by Lawiey citizens.:
Officers of this department'
patrol all neighborhoods within-
the city limits.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Art
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Gaines ille.
Born in 1913 in Daggett,
Mich. to Otto and Mariana Saily,
Mr. Saily lived in Mar nisco.
Mich., Oregon and Idaho before
moving to Key'stone Heights in
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Christine Gillyard
LAKE BUTLER Christine V.
Gillyard, 68, of Leke Butler died
"Thursday, Noy. 9, 2006, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center
in Gainesville following a brief
illness.
Born in Fairbanks, Mrs.
Gillyard had lived in Lake Butler
for 40 years. She was the
daughter of the late Milton and
.Viola Milton Fielder. She was a
homemaker and seamstress and
was of the Baptist faith
Mrs. Gillyard is survived by: a
son, Joe Gillyard of Fort White;
a' daughter, Eva Coakley of Lake
Butler; two sisters, Margaret
Smith of Gainesville and Nancy
Harris of Georgia; five
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Gillyard were Nov. 14, 2006, in
Sparkmans Cemetery in
Fairbanks with the Rev. Russell
Woodard officiating. Interment
followed under the care of Dees
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shop. Cassie Pearce Memorial contributions may
Mr. Sailof 63 is survived by: hSteinbak LAKE BUTLER Cassie be made to Haven Hqspice of the
wife of 63 ears. Della Sieinback p Lakes, 6400 St. Jphns Ave
Saily of Gainesville; a son. Edenfield Pearce, 96, of Lake Lakes, 6400 St. Jphns Ave.,
David Saily of Ridgefield, Butler died Wednesday, Nov. 8. Palatka, FL 32177
Conn.; two daughters. Mary 2006, at Lake Butler Hospital PD
Saily of Reston, Va., and Janet following an extended illness, i
Groesbeck of Melrose; four A lifelong resident of Union
grandchildren aad Iwo great- County, Mrs. Pearce was a cook
grandchildren. at Dr. Bolls Hospital in Lake
Arrangements were under the Butler for man\ Nears She was a Thefamily ofColtonShane
care of Moring Funeral Home of member of First Christian Barnhart would like to thank
Melrose Church of Lake Butler. ever 'onefor all of your kindness in
Nis. Pearce is survived by: a our time of great loss. Itwasgreatly
C A Ilo daughter, Ovedia Pearce; seven appreciated.
George Alcott grandchildren and 24 great-.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Ernest grandchildren. She was preceded We would liketogisve special
KEYSTONE Alco IGHT86of Ernestone in death by her husband Clinton thankstoArchie Tannerandhs
George Alcotht, 86, of Keystone Pearce; and two children, James staff Norma Donn, Colton's
Heights died Tuesday. Sept. 1, Pearce and Willow Mae doctors, teachers, bus;driversand
2006, at Bradford Terrace. Grantham. friends.
Bom in Arlington, Mass., on Gratha friends.
SeBorn in 16Arlingto1919n, Mrass Alco Funeral services for Mrs. Linda andSylvia, you are proof
moSept. 16, 1919, Mr. Alcott Pearce were Nov. 10, 2006, in that angelsdo live amongst us
moved to Park of the Palms rom First Christian Church of Lake
Baltimore and Ne England. He Butler with Brother Arthur God bless you all and thank you.
Palms Church He served in the Peerson, the Rev. David Tomas Tonva Barnhart and family
Palms Church. He served in the and the Rev. Ronnie Osteen
U.S. Army Air Corps during officiating. Burial followed in
World War II and was an engineer Old Providence Cemetery under ( iaYe at
for General Electric. the care of Archer Funeral Home
Mr. Alcott is survived by: his eLae Butrcheruner me
wife, Dorothy Traer Alcott of of Lake Butler.
Keystone Heights, three sons, Wayne Wetzel a
Stephen Alcott of SomervilleG n
Mass., David Alcont of San KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Wayne
Antonio, Texas. and Daniel Eugene Wetzel, age 60, of In last week's paper. Colton's
Alcott of Millers, Md.; four Keystone Heights passed away obituary said that he would be
grandchildren and seen great- peacefully at home on Friday, cremated. This was submitted to
grandchildren. Nov. 3, 2006. He was surrounded he paper before some changes
Funeral se" ices for Mr. Alcott by family as be ended his long the before
will be held at 10 a m. on courageous battle with cancer. weremade.
Saturday, No%. 25, 2006, in Wayne was born in Macomb, Colton was laid to rest on
Gately Funeral Home with Nancy IIl., on Jan. 12, 1946, and Thursday. Nov. 9, 2006,in
Bowen, SND conducting the moved to Keystone in 1984 from Santa Fe Cemeterv in
ser, ices. Interment s ill follow Gainesville.
in Melrose. Mass. Jones Funeral Wayne was 01 the Baptist Hampton, er eone who
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long career in the computer
industry, most recently serving.
as a business analyst for Keane
Co-rp in Jacksonville.
Wyne i was; lifelong
collector pf W Allis. Chalmers
trac(ors -an'd. an avid
outdoorsman, enjoying boating,
skiing, biking, and his all time
favorite-golfing with his wife.
Wayne is survived by his wife
of 25 years, Claudia Story Wetzel
of Keystone Heights; children,
Susan M. Marble and Bradford W.
Wetzel, both of Pruorswick, Ga.;
stepdaughter, Kelly J,. Amburgey
of Keystone Heighgs; mother,
Helen Mohr of Carthage, Ill.,
sisters, Karel Carl, Brenda
Wetzel Sage, Marjorte Campbell,
all of Carthage, Ill., and Nancy
Lionberger of LaHarpe, III.;
brothers, James Wetzel of
Stanley, Idaho, David Wetzel of
Nauvoo, Ill., and Byron Wetzel
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grandchildren and :two great-
grandchildren. I
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Jan. 28, 1949 No\. 14. 2005
If tears could build a stairway
nId neliniories a littne
I nould t alk right lip to Heaven
.4ndl bring you back again
No farewell nords, tre spokenl
N o iint' ton sy eoodhvc "
)oiu i, re ontie he'loie I knew it
4ind only (God knoil s nhY'
A fi heart sill/ a7(./s in sadness
4 ni secret tears will flow
1'i in iii ietl in loire s-o 'U
No onie canl e k'en know
But non I AI iouw* VO ant fiilne
Ton iriourn oi -o no moore
To rcmeimber iall ilie happy imnes
Lile still ha.s much in store
,Snce ou II never be forgotten
I pledge to you iod y
4 hallmeid place whiiini my henrt
Is i here voni 'l1 always stay.
lite niss Voil. Alana
tie mis-s voin. Dear Sister

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Man arrested
for kicking
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A 47-year-old Sanderson man
faces multiple charges from his
arrest in Starke Nov. 8.
Cecil R. Carter resisted
Patrolman Shawn Br.wn by
pulling away and kicking the
officer. After being arrested and
placed in the patrol car, Carter
kicked out the back window,
Patrolman Brown said ,
As the officers attempted to
place Carter into another patrol
car, Carter kicked Patrolman
Brown several times.
Carter was charged with
resisting an officer with
violence, battery on a law
enforcement officer, criminal
mischief and attempted escape,
Patrolman Brown said. Bond
on the charges was set at
$35,000.,
Carter was also charged on
warrants for possession of
Oxycodone and resisting arrest
with violence. Bond was set at:
$30,000.

Stealing floor,
tiles gets
man arrested
A 32-year-old Mayo man
was arrested Nov. 9 in
Providence for stealing from a
construction site.
Sergio Correa was charged
with burglary and grand theft
by Deputy Ken Smith. Correa
had six boxes of floor tile in
the trunk of his car, Deputy
Smith .said. Correa works for
the -.'-ontractor who was
pouring the concrete at an
unfinished residence in
Providence Plantation.
Reportedly there have been
other thefts from unfinished
homes in thq area, Deputy
Smith said.
Value of the tiles is
approximately $400.


Man charged
in attack
on victim
A 4 --ro ae h.
,,t ,. after he-


allegedly pushed his way into a
home where he beat the victim
with an axe handle.
Julian Wesley Raines was
charged with battery,
aggravated battery and burglary
with assault, according to
Deputy Kevin Dice.
Raines is charged with
pushing the first victim to the
floor when she tried to block
his entrance 'at 2:18 a.m.,
Deputy DiceD said. Raines then
went to the bedroom, where
the other victim was'sleeping,
and began striking the victim
approximately three times
about the head with an axe
handle, causing a large gash in
his scalp. He also struck him
on his arm and body, Deputy
Dice said.
The victim refused treatment
for injuries, Deputy Dice said.
Deputies advised Raines to
stay away from the victim's
home when they were called to
a domestic controversy a few
months ago, Deputy Dice said.

Starke
woman
charged with
stealing
A 22-year-old Starke woman
was arrested Nov. 12 in Clay
County for petit theft.


Adrienne Kelly was charged
by Clay Deputy A.R. Hewitt
with shoplifting at J.C.
Penney in the Orange Park
Mall. A fraud complaint 'was
filed charging Kelly smith
stealing a J.C. Penney credit
card and a check from a
relative's purse in Bradford
County.
The credit card fraudulent
activity was approximately
$150. The stolen check was
uttered at Winn Dixie in
Middleburg for $95.22, Deputy
Hewitt said.
Kelly was also charged dn a
warrant for worthless checks.
Deputy Hewitt said.
Four arrested
for fighting
Four people were arrested
Nov. 12 after deputies were
called to investigate the report
of a fight in progress outside
the 301 Quick Stop on U. S.
301 south of Starke.
A verbal altercation outside
the store between Christopher
D. Plemons and Blake W. Ford
erupted into a fight with
several others becoming
involved, according to Deputy
Thomas Sapp.
Plemons, 18, of Starke was
charge with aggravated battery
and one count battery. He was
released from custody after a
$20,000 surety bond was
posted.
Ford, 20, of Starke was
charged with battery and
resisting arrest, Deputy Sapp
said. A $2,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Also arrested was Billie Jean
Saxon, 22, of Starke. She was
charged with battery and
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
William D. Griffis, 30, of
Hampton was charged with
battery. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release,
Deputy Sapp said.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
MLlaI. cmFent officers '
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Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Tyesha Latwane Foster, 23,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 7
by Starke Patrolman Willianm
Murray for aggravated battery.
Foster is charged with striking
the victim in the face with an
air freshener can.. During the
'altercation, Foster bit the
victim on her arm, Patrolman,
Murray said. A $5,000 surely
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Mark Alan Teears, 36, of
Jacksonville was arrested Nov.
11 by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for domestic battery.
Teears is charged with striking-
and kicking the victim several
times during a confrontation
that started at the Red Dog
Saloon. The argument
continued as the couple was
northbound on U.S. 301,
Deputy Sapp said. The victim'
was treated at the emergency
room for minor lacerations,and
contusions, Deputy Sapp said.
Teears was also charged with
violation of probation with no
bond. He remains in custody
with bond set on the, battery
charge at $1,000.

Kristofer Allen Akridge, 26,
of Starke was arrested NoV. 9V
by Starke Patrolman .W.
Hooper for simple batter).
Police were called to a
disturbance where dhey 'found
Akridge smelling strongly f
alcohol. Akridge is "clirged
with pushing the 'Vidctlri
against the wall, where she hit
her head, Patrolman 'Hbope
said. Akridge was released from
custody afer a $1,000 ,surety
bond was posted.
'
, Shaunte Tracy Hyman, 18,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. I by Union Deputy
James Goodwin for battery and
trespassing. Hyman was
ordered to leave a residence on
Southwest 13th Street, where
she had been issued a trespass
warning, Deputy Goodwin
said. Hyman is charged with
being involved in a physical
fight with the victim while at
the residence, and hitting her,
Deputy Goodwin said. She was
heatedly toild to leave, but


'Alton Lamar Moore, 46, of
Jacksonville w'as arrested Nov.
8 by Patrolman Hooper for
retail theft and resisting a
merchant. Moore is charged
with stealing merchandise
valued at $30.60 from Food
Lion. When store personnel
attempted to stop him from
leaving the store, Moore
pushed them out of the way
and left, Patrolman Hooper


would not, 'Deputy -Goodwinh.
said.
Matthew Boilan, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 9 by Clay Deputy L.C.t
Ricks for, possession of
controlled substance without a
valid prescription and
possession of cannabis. During
an investigation of a
disturbance, the deputy
observed a bag containing
marijuana in Boilan's jacket
pocket. A cigarette box
containing 3.5 pills that were
determined to be Xanex was
also found, Deputy Ricks said.
Boilan admitted he does not
have a valid prescription for
the Xanex, Deputy Ricks said.
James L. Sanders, 22, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
Patrolman Hooper for
possession of cocaine. Sanders
was found to have 6.2 grams
of cocaine in his possession
while on Brownlee Street,
Patrolman Hooper said. Bond
was set at $15,000.
Danielle Lawrence, 26, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 7 by
Patrolman Murray for
possession 'of drug
paraphernalia. Lawrence was
stopped just after midnight as
she was walking on U.S. 301.
She was nervous when
.questioned. During a search,
the officer found crack pipes in
her possession, Patrolman
Murray said.. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.

Johnnie Lee Alexander, 40,
of Lake Btutler was arrested
Nov. 7 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns for burglary, criminal
mischief and petit theft.
Following an investigation of'
a Nov. 3 burglary at Butler
Townhouses, Alexander was
charged with breaking into the
office at Butler Town Homes
and stealing approximately
$150, Deputy Johns said.
Alexander admitted to the
burglary. He stated he needed
the money to support his crack
cocaine addiction.


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Nov. 16, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-B-SECTION Page 7B


CRIMEE

,Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:

Ted Edgar Manning Jr., 45,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 11I
by'*Patrolman Murray for retail
Theft. Manning is charged with
\ concealing a package of ribs
and t\o T-bone steaks while in
Winn Dixie. He attempted to
leave the business without
paying for the. items.
Patrolman Murray said. He
was released from custody after
a $1.000 surety bond -was.
posted. :

Donald Guy Prater. 42. of:
SStarke was arrested Nov 7 b
Starke Patrolman Michelle
g Davis for trespass. Prater was
found 4t Winn Dixie. where he
had been given a no trespass
Warning. Patrolman Davis
said. He was released from
'custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.

Jose'ph M. Kutta, *:82, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 8. by -
Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for retail theft. Kutta is
charged with removing
merchandise from Winn Dixie
without paying. Value of the
meat was $27, Patrolman
Brown. said., A. $1,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Charles Robertson,: 24, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
6 by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shiford for disorderly
intoxication. Deputies
responded to a report of a
vehicle in a ditch on Northwest
Fourth Avenue. where
; Robertson was standing near
the vehicle. Robertson first
stated a friend had parked it
there, but later admitted to
:driving the truck into the ditch.
l;He appeared to be under the
.influence of drugs and/or
alcohol, Sgt. Shuford said.


admitted to drinking a few
beers, Deputy Smith said.
Buchanan refused testing,
refused the breathalyzer and.
refused to give her name.and
address, Deputy Smith said.
Valentin Acosta Monter, 36,
and Juan Martinez, 21, both of
Branford, were arrested Nov. 7
by Starke Patrolman Michelle
Davis. Monter's vehicle was
stopped for erratic driving on,
U.S. 301, travelling at speeds
of eight to 10 mph, Patrolman
Davis said. Monter was
charged with. reckless driving
and Martinez. who smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage, was charged with
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $1,000 on eac.i of
the charges.
Minor Klinton Catledge, 19,
of Green Cove Springs was
arrested Nov. 9 by Bradford
Deputy Aaron Black for
DWLS. Catledge's vehicle was
stopped for speeding on C.R.
225. A computer check
revealed that his license had
multiple suspensions for
failure to pay traffic fines. He
was released from custody after
a $500 surety bond was posted.

Eric Lamar Cue, :37, of
Gainesville was arrested Nov.
10 by Lawtey Patrolman J.W.
Padgert for DWLS. He was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.

Cecil Seay, 36, of
Worthington Springs was
arrested Nov. 10 by Brooker
Marshal Tommy Raulerson for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release.

Clarence A. Kelsey I1, 63,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 8 by Starke
Patrolman Jason Crosby for
violation of driver's license
restriction. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

Adrian Gregory Bay, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov.' 10
by Bradford Sgt. Ray White for
violation of probation DUIL He
was ordered to. serve 50 days in
the county jail.


Coy Franklin, 47, o01
Keystone Heights was arrested **
No .N, 7 y,, CJa.y,, deputi'o0. Tpenjeg 5SenjooneIM4 4
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and violation ot probation others; thisis true morality.
driving under the influence -Nicolas Chamfort
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LETTER
Continued from p 4B
chase speeders on U.S. 301 and
drive to Raiford?
A. Police vehicles are the
preferred tool to apprehend
traffic violators and respond to
calls where a police officer is
requested. Bicycles, Segways,
skateboards and scooters are
usually not as fast in catching
someone that is going 60 mph
ini :a 45 mph speed zone' or
responding to a call that
requires police officer.
Driving to Raiford? Police
vehicles are not prohibited
from leaving the cit) limits of
Lawtey. They are subject to be
driven anywhere -on official
police business.
Q. Where was Lawtey PD at
2 a.m. after the Florida-Georgia
game?
A. An officer was
monitoring the large amount of
traffic that was going home
after the game. Where were
you?
Q. There was an auto
accident on east Lake Street (in
the city where BCSO
responded and an injured man
was taken to a trauma unit.
Where was LPD?
A. The officer assigned to
work that night was patrolling
the city of Lawtey since the
auto accident was not within
the city limits of Law\tey.
Where are you getting your
information?
Q. What is LPD's response
time'?
A. Lawtey Police
Department's response time is
less then a minute depending
on the location of the officer at
the time of an incident.
Q. Why does LPD need
Users?


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A. All police officers need
lasers as a tool to help protect
life and property.
Q. Who are they really going
to use them on?
A. Tasers may be used on,
anyone that" show active:
physical, aggressive physical,
.or aggravated physical.
resistance to a law enforcement.
officer as outlined in the Use of
Force Matrix Recommended
Response Levels set by the
Florida Criminal Justice
Standards and Training.
Commission and Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement. Tasers can and
may be used in lieu of a
firearm with an extremely
reduced! amount of force and
only used in 'accordance with
departmental policies and
procedures.
Q. Will it be a student at
Lawiey school? Will it be an
80-year-old who is a little
confused and disoriented?
A. Students at the Lawtey
Community School are well
behaved, thanks to the
exceptional staff that is
-employed there -and the
exceptional parents that raise
:their .children with love and
respect for other people. Let's
Be 'eal.',how many confused
and disorientedd 80-year-olds
have you seen causing a
disturbance in Lawtey?
Q. LPD does nothing about
the drug dealing in town. So
Awho, will the taser be used on?
Thb speeders in the school
zone,?
A. Do you really know what
|we are doing about.the drug
dealing? Of course not. If you
,ddthen everyone would know
and, it would be pointless to
purse .drug dealers. We issue
citytions to speeders, not use a
taser them.


Q. Call your council person,
city hall, or LPD and ask why
tasers are needed. Ask why we
need more new cars?
A. I can't speak for members
of the council or employees of
city' hall ,but the. pol ice
department needs two new cars
because we are replacing two
older cars.' Do you think we
were buying new cars just to
spend money? Do you really
think that the council members
would approve the purchase of'
new cars if they weren't needed?
Q. Why didn't we have
police protection on a Saturday
night?
A. Just because you don't see
a police officer doesn't mean
that they are not there. Maybe
we should install all of our cars
with real time GPS tracking so
you know where we are 24-
hours a day seven days a week.
Q. If officers were on duty,
why did BCSO respond first?
A. If you are referring to the
auto accident that you think
happened inside the city limits.
BSCO responded first because
it did not happen within the
jurisdiction of the Lawtey
Police Department.
I welcome an) and all
comments or questions that
you may have concerning this
department. We are here to
serve and protect the citizens of
Lawtey. We have worked hard
to get this department where it
is today and will riot supply
the citizens with nothing less
then the professional law
enforcement that they deserve.
How long will people
continue to live in Lawtev
without a police department?
How many people will move
to Lawtey, knowing that there


Danielle Bertie, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 9 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for failure to appear
worthless cheek.

Dustin Wade Jackson, 21, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 11 by
Deputy Sapp for violation of
probation with no bond.

Rico Demond Lee, 31, of
Lake Butler was'arrested Nov.
13 by Sgt. Shuford on
warrants for aggravated battery
with total bond set at $15,000.

Tiffany Joy Diechman, 22,
was arrested Nov. 13 by Sgt.,
Shuford on a warrant for fraud.
Bond was set at $10,000.

Traffic
STrent'Robert Bafton, 37, of
Sarasota was arrested No%. 12 ,
by Florida Highway Patrol
Cpl. James Starling for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS) knowingly.
Barton's vehicle was stopped
Ion C.R. 230 travelling 75mph
pin a 55mph zone. His license
cIad been suspended for failure
to pay. He was also wanted on
warrant for Tampa but
pillsborough County advised
ihe was wanted only if he was
Arrested locally, Cpl. Starling
raid A $500 cash bond was
Posted for his release from.
ustod\ .

Thomas Lloyd Moore, 46,
p1 Raiford was arrested Nov.
0O by Cpl. Starling for DUI.
loore wag stopped on S.R.
31 I driving a 2000 Ford
;ickup after radar indicated the
ruck was speeding. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
average and his eyes were red
d watery,' Cpl. Starling said.
Ioore failed field sobriety
sting and refused to submit
o the breath test. He was
further charged with DWLS
4nd on a warrant for failure to
appear. Moore was released
om custody after surety bonds
tftalling $12,000 were posted.

Elizabeth Ann Buchanan,
41, of Fort White was arrested
iNov. 6 by Union Deputy Ken
Imith for DUI, 13WLS and
rsisting an officer. Buchanan's
Nissan was stopped on S.R.
(00 when it was observed
swerving back and forth across
the lanes. She smelled strongly
of an alcoholic beverage and


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one?
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we like it' orb not, and' this
department has to be ready and
be able to conform to. that
growth. We cannot do. this
using old, outdated, or womrnut
equipment. Everyone is entitled
to their own opinion brut if you
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make sure you know the facts
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Rural, urban
residents are
'partners in
progress
Dear Editor:
This Thanksgiving Day, as
we gather with family and
friends to count our blessings,
let's give thanks for the bounty
we enjoy not just -on this
holiday, but every day. The
safe, plentiful food that is
available to us, and the
products used to producel'the
clothing, housing, mediimires,
fuel and other products we use
on a daily basis, didn't just
appear in a store. The6'got
there thanks to a tremendqu
partnership of farmer-s and
ranchers, processors, ..l.ikers,
truckers, shippers, advtRers,
wholesalers and retailers.,
In appreciation of this farm-
city partnership, the president
of the United States ,annually
proclaims the week leading up
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on r, ne righl in Slarke
Call 305 321-6785
1998 LINCOLN CONTI-
NENTAL Everything
w.:-rs great conditions.
13850 Call 352-377.
8882 and asK tor David
Hurse
89 RANGER PICK-UP
Runs good work Iruck
$850 call 904 364-3678
1995 CAMARO V-6 AU.
TOMATIC. COLD AIR
Runs and dnves like new.
$2 000 Call 386.659-
2173 or 386-916-6585
HANDICAP 10 PASSEN.
GER VAN 1994 Chevy.
1"mDg. TV VCR. like
new inside $3 900 hrm
Call 3524 73.2252
199'FORDF 350XLT.7 3
V-8. power stroke diesel
Dually supercab 4WD, A,'
C power Windows
$12 5000BO Call 352-
473-9913 or 904-521-
4747 Also. 1979 Jeep
CJ-5. 304 V-8. 3sp.
manual transmission fill
wneel new son top 4WD.
works $2i750 OBO
Call 904-327-2324 or
904-521-4747
43
RV'spnd
Campers
'32 PULL BEHIND
CAMPER Musl see Io
appreciate 51.800. call
904.364.6690.
MOTOR HOME CLASS
C' 1999 Snasia 3011.
Model Cheyenne
30.475 miles excellent
condition Pay off bal-
ance due lo Bank of
America and i's yours.
ConlacI Andrew Cain al
386-496-1862 or Virginia
Cainm a3T 352.473.7797
Se iial 1356SE81siSI.
Siarke
.1993 24C PROWLER
Travel Trader- New ires.
battery. updated propane
lanks accessories., com-
piele ani sway hincr sys.
iem Plus lop of ine line
hiicn Issues wih relrig-
eralor and electric waler
nealer, 4.300 Call 352-
473-4974.
44
Boats
16 HOBICAT FOR SALE.
$650 OBO Tramp and
sails in excellent condi-
lion, ponioons need pol-
ishing Call 352-235-
4352
AMERICAN EAGLE 15FT
FIBERGLASS GANCE.
Sunrop. seals. Rolling
motor. manne battery and


ROOMS

SFOR, RENT
Economy (nn...
Lawtey, FL
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable/HBO
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


For Sale


STARKE 3/2 H.O.M. New
construction, I yr. warranty, in
dow ntow n near schools. $104,999

Call 352-235-2972







HOMETOWN


"Where You Come First"


Homes
3/2 Home on 1 acre lot. 1 block from
Country Club.
$210,000 with $5,000 Carpet allowance.


3/2 home built in 1999. Like new
condition on over an acre. Bayless
Hwy. $219,000


1.5: .. Land '
12.5 acres. CR 229. Pecan trees,
beautiful home site. $195,000


6 acres inside city limits. 4 BR/2 BA
DWMH on Madison Street.
$175,000


5 Acres near Providence.. Union
County. Fenced for horses. $89,000


123 acres Developers welcome. A
lot of road frontage on paved road '
close to town.


5 Acres. Lake Butler, near Lulu.
Paved road, 2 power poles, 2 wells,
2 septics, 2 untitled mobile homes.
$95,000



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trailer $950 OB' Call
352-473.9913 or 904.
327-2324
45
Land for Sale
OCALA NATIONAL FOR-
EST LOTS $500 acar,
S199/mhi Owner 352
239-5520 or 352 236
4579 www ocalatoresi
land com/2na
2 ACRES CLEARED wrin
new driveway on N W
180th Streel in Slarke
$52 000 Call 904-964.
6708 leave message
WATERFRONT 1 5
ACRES 5 miles nortn ol
Maccienny on Si Mary's
River Call 904-259-
8028.
1 65ACRESON CR125IN
LAWTE'' Convenient
commule IC Jackionvrille
Properly will allow lor a3
mobile home or new con-
slruction Asknr,.)
$27 900 Call Jennilte
Lourcey al Coldwell
Banker/SmiTh & Smilh
Really. 904-566-9068 or
904-964-9222
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
home only lot 196' ^
105' County water A
schools $39.000 Call
352-256-6701
3 5 ACRES IN INDIAN
TRAIL. $40,000 5 acre
building loi on Gatormone
Lake. $40.000 1 acre
next lo Gold Head Stale
Park. $30.000 Rock bol-
tom prices Call 352-475-
1832
10 ACRES. 1998 HOMES
OF MERIT DWMH. 4/2
2000 sq It Askinq
$235K. make an oIler
Call 352-475.1832
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
SALE. BRADFORD
COUNTY. oil US301 be-
low WalMarh. norlh on
SW 1271h Sl, soulh el
Slarke. FL Mobile home.
.partially lenced. previ-
ously cleared, no knowl-
edge ol well or septic
tank 125,000 Call 352
235-4352 Lic R E
Salesman
WATERFRONT. HOMES
ONLY, building lot for
sale Bradfora County.
est. 85 acre on Paradise
Lake. Keystone Heights.
FL Only 2 ol a mile oti
paved road to lot Will
need well and septic and
some clearing $65.000
Call 352-235-4352 Lic
R E Salesman
BEAUTIFUL 74 ACRE


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ABSOl.UT.r AUCTION.
Historic. Waterfronl


HIGH AND ORY LOT
wiih lake access ready Ior
your nome or niew .Ti,..
ode In qu'el B'Q Tree
Lakes Key -,lorn
$27 200 Call Carol
Ekentbarger Realtor at
Heler. He.rsey Really
352-235.0046
47
Commercial
Property
(Rent, Lease,
Sale)
FOR LEASE OR sale ideal
localton 2 parcels' 2800
SOFT buiilaing wmin once.
parn min, storaQce .
acres. A6l of Soulh 301
Also 8 acres. partially
,leare.1 Boti, lois 3. 10in
of a mile Irom nev.'i
Walman Call 9 04*96.14
3827 r.r more ,r, inlrma.
lion
DOWNTOWN STARKE
prolessiOrnal :,lh.eS hli
rent Conrierence ro:n',
kitchen, ulilities and more
provide Call 904 96- *
2616
TWO COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS dowrnilown
Starke One set up Ic:r
reslaurani Huge square
loolage One needs tool
Only $376 500 lor DPlh
Call 904-96-1 .4111
48
Homes for Sale















MORTGAGES TAILORED
TO YOUR HEEDS Fni.
time horne uyer. no:,
money down. relinanced
Slow ciedil .arnkrupticr
ok Call l--.i approval
904-742-2942
3/3 BRICK HOME..ON
BEDFORD LAKE 2500
9q Ii. loIs ol amenities
$395.000 make oiler
Call 352 473-7769 or
352-235-1294
2892 SO FT HOME in.
cludes 1080 sq h guest
adaiaon with ollice and


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ihor, 5/3 newly remorn
eled 2 acres or, lake
near Siarke and Ke,'-
sione Heignis See
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env ID#8828 or call Jchn
ali352-. 73-64107
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
HILLIARD.,IEW Jac,,bsen
32 Y488 3BR,'BA sel up
cn 2 acres wilr well sep.
tic & power pole ,nrlude-i
$734 pel monir, Call 1.
888.5.6.4-707 cr 1.'r04.
424-7345
NJEW JACOBSEI1 3 AND.4
BR HOMES on Ou.i larna
or y ours wan ille i i r no
mone-, downr eay.v uali-
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546.4707 .:.. 90. -424.
7345
LAND HOME PACKAGE -
lJew 1560 sQO: 114.2 ori 5
acies in Baker Co:urn,'
'111 C 00 Call 904-25.
8028
NEW FLEETWOOD
HO1ES. 200r6 MODELS
.ild Or Ihc.usanris I-ss
Call 904-259 .11,0
HEW 2006 24. A56 3 2
FLEETWOOD 14-1 900
delivered anr seeiup
Yart.roriouhri Homes,
dr,. a ilale sal e a 1.:.1
Callr 90J .259.8128
SillGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME 1987 2.2 3.1- ,r.
h pbprri p .lu ri mr..e
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35,:J '
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2 2002 SItlGLE"IDE
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new carrel ERA
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Sloon.ey 9041'705'6248
KE 'STOtIE LAID.HOrTE
31ti 2002 ao'uoilewide
mcbilv n-:;me 10958 q i1
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HIGHLAND ESTATE
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praised," l l'St_ 500 ,nr
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narcing av.ailabl Cal1
Markl Urarn .zi 352-528i
2092
50
For Rent
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.with CH'A cable pro-
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1323
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35118
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'35-.235.0035
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HIRING Train ibrhiah
paying Aviation
Maintenance Career.
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assistance. CALL
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Maintenance (888)349-
5387.
Real Estate
Gulf front lots $595k.
Homes starting nid
$300k. New "iiuaster
planned ocean front
community on beautiful
Mustang Island. near
Corpus Christi. TX.
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m. (866)891-5163.
NC Galed Lakel'ront
Colmmulnity. PleasalntI
mild clinlate 1.5 acresr.
90 miles of shoreline.
Never offered before
ithl 20(h pre-'
developinet discount.
90'% financingg. Call
(8(X)7()09-5253.
WYOMING RANCH
DISPERSAL. 35 acres -
49.900: 50 acres -
S59.90(0. Snows-capped
milou nt ain \ ie\a as.
Sutrrninded hb gov'I


KITCHEN Includes eec-
Ir, ,lr. an.a TV Call 386'
1.'9. i,2
1 DOUBLEWIDE 1.10
OILE HOME KEr.
.-.TOIIE HEIGHTS 32
i.. new C arpel and painI
,'ewer appliances w d
Sr,:,Ok-.up CH'a doOule
iI Vei, y very ,lear,
R- ,eees needed
""'ain 01uS'$6C,0 ec

CO-LT LAiE COTTAGE 2'
I 14 5 mir, -47 'se.:
alil :i6-861 .19 6
2 'PLIT DESIGi FLIPR.
rlISHED DWMH wI.r,
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W"VSHirGTOIJ SOUARE
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ier *Oli,:e r,,our are
rnes & Fr, 8am in 12pm
nrij ipT i.- :.rinm Call
"'52 481-9388
52
Animals & Pets
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Hand-ra,sed Cockaieels
I -cale. all colors Call
i386.67.:*i21
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CL -k'ILINA Ebt. APE
THE HELAT IN THE
iE -%tTIFULrL ',C:FI.iL
f.OUNLINI I N S OF
\VLSTERN NC Hi-.c
Cabins. Acreage &
.INVESTMENTS.
CHEROK [
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Carolina. North Georgia.
E, -ie,.i TN Re |I Estate.
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.. l .ii.J c holies.
,..H ;.l l,,,,,J L,,w taxes..
Good paying jobs,
available. '
www. milakesreguide.conm.
.MURPHY. NORTH
CAROLINA" AAH-
Affordable Honle. ir ihe
. Mountains. .ir,.id.,ble
Homes. Mountain Cabins
and Land. CALL FOR
FREE BROCHURE
(877)837-2288 EXIT
REALTY MOUNTAIN
VIEW PROPERTIES,
www.exitimlilnphy.coilm.
North Carolina Cool
Mountain Air. Views &
Streams. Homes, Cabins
& Acreage./ FREE
BROCHURE" (800)642-
5333. Realty Of Murphy
'317 Peachtree St. Murphy.
N.C. 2 89.06.
www.real yofmurphy.con.
I+ ACRETN HOMESITE
1.8 ACRES large lot with
nice view. level building
site on top. Stone
oulcroppings ror natural
landscaping. Pond on the
east side. Close to larie
stale park. Only $89%906!
Call (866)292-5769.
NC MOUNTAIN 7 acres'
on mountain Iop,. view.
trees, waterfall & large
public lake nearby\. paved
private access." ated
collunnlnity. S99'.500
owner (866)789-8535.
Coaslal Georgia- New:


Yard Sales
-RCHER'i BOWS PSE
I IC .',. Never snori
1I0) Be ir wre aIl 2
ra. .:ase 3ie:- deianr
,ile Qulvel anda arro.ws.
: 5,, Call 904 966.
i ,.3 I
DIG ,'ARD SALE 417
Edawads Road in Ironi ol
ro.:.ulue S3al oniv' 8am
iwi 2pm ClA.inirg home
'nierior a hille til o3 ev-
.-rvininq
BIG r'ARD SALE a-iross
Ir.-.mWal-Man 139-18SE
IRrn A,.e tal Irom 8am
If. 2prn,
HOUT E INTERIORS &
Tu.pperware scralcr, and
,'en i ale 1730 Raaiord
Road Siarke 352-745-
I. ,, or 'i04-364- 7790
':. alid,,. Bam.:,pm
SATIJRDA, NOVEMBER
ia 84AM.2PM 151 I
Paimarlin Si SiarKe
iGreen Acies real
SARD SALE .. THURSDAY
FRIDAY SATURDAY.
ANrD SUNDAY 7 miles
,aulin 01 STaiKe on Hwy
301 al CR221 Souinm F
R K Sein Siorage
fARD SALE CORNER
OF CR229 AND CR225
FrirJav Saturaay and
Sunday. ar-.Spm Ltis
c.l eeryir..irg 904.964.
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nn l i
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p.-ienl l eCrel in.minelo
11 ihe rintn el .ible pr'e
CI S91 'in91) CALL
NOW i' ,ii,8s.i4 J4,i1
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Services LLC. Liensed
Real Estate Broker.
M1 INE SPORTING
PARADISE' ",00
ACRES ..r.-n i2,,".,",0
Hu nier. & i hiln
eiilhU i I;- .Ir el1
Private 500 acre p.iircel
of land ideal for hi.irrrig
offers access to crystal
clear trot i & .iin.,n
stream- ain hcle% ..ble
fishing. NEW TO
MARKET! Gic.rt .,.'ner
financing. C.ill L&S RIr,
(207)78r-3.'14
Steel Buildins
STEEL BUILDINGS.
Factory Deals. Save $$$.
40. x 60' to 100 x 200'.
Ex:.5(0 x 100 x 12' =;,
S3.60/sq ft. (800)658-"
2885.
swww .rigidbuilding.coml.

SPECIAL BUILDING-
SALE.....DONT MISS
IT!" Decenmhe deli erv
or deposit holds tirl
-spriln. 25'x40'x1l2
$4800.-..40 x60' x 16
S12.800. "'iron- end
optional. Other sizes
. I I e Plioneer.
S, 422.


Rustv Eddy at 386-466-5987


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. RC S=LE. 111i SOUiTH
rJv RTLE Sjlirdav
'ii,- TOc,',. new Barbie
,i:11- Cnr,.imT a w. .",ra
h,.,ns L"?anei nabres
.iluiled animals cI-ines
1 ille bil 01 e>ervirir.g
MULTI FAMILY' YARD,
SALE 807 Parkwoo-a
Pi Starke Saiurdav
rN,v'..ember 18 7am-'
YARD SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY 8am lpmrn
One mile wesi or 301 on
CR18 Wood-wcorking.
loile new gas range.
small generator sewing
machine and nouserild
,lems
HUGE 'rARD SALE Fr-
day Saiurday and Sun-
day Designer cloining
nousenold ilems loIS ol
DaDy items. ener:cse
bkes iurr..lure curlains
irana rnew mattress
131-3 W Praln SI 7am."
MULTI FAMILY i ARD
SALE Saluroa., r. o.
..ember iIn "am,.2pmr
Golt clubs lIc s r. o-use.
r.oid etc 1792 NE 154ir.
rLULTI FAMILY' r AARD
SALE CR229 5 miles
p.asl Starke Elemenlarv
Schro,: Frda arid Sal
urdav 8am.'" 904 368.
0129 Windows lable
saw. di.nes comlorers
F(c.usehold ltems name
orand women as men s
and children's closing,
nianis up to 12 years,


Iis wit, price 1lag. sil, on
Good conoI.oCn GraC-,-
playppen wirn bu'nl-n baa.
:Ir.e lari. cr.anging laDle
1 ys 3rad lots mIcie Anl
must go come shop lor
Cnr.sirias'
ATTErnTON YARD SALE
GOERS II you shopped
at Ine yard sale at Ihe
Tneressa Communily
Center oil SR 100 Dy
Hope Baptisi Cl.uicrn ihs
'pasl Saiuroav and
bounl a wooOn cr, .,b ,i
a playpen win pDiu-in
cass.'iel and changing
laDle please call me at
904 364-6463 I have
some pans final you will
neer I apologize lor an.
.nconvenienceI
NOVEMBER 17TH AND
18TH -AM-4PM Last
ignI r, nn ol Sla3re lake
.a ricniri 10 he im'-p sign
rake a iell arid hril lell a
ihe pecan orove li.i
nousec.nireleril Crn.-l.
mas :lullr m c.iorcr-.ss
rees ci:.lnes houserw.:.Id
some lurniilure lust 100
rmii'n10r ic. I Come arad
see us Tne price'is rirt
''ARD SALE Itl SUBDIVI-
SION ACROSS FROM
WALMART Housenold
iiemrr aby Ilems loys
ic.Irdes luinilure Samur.
day. 8am^-
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales.


SAT AAtM1 TIL 2P.lM 7692-
Kainab Ave in I Tres
2 F.AMILIES Fr. Sai rjc:.
1 4-& l& 6836 Dee,
Springs Road 8 30am I.
4 00pm Lois of innings
HUGE YARD SALE Posl-
masters retirement vi.
large cluonouse.
Hulij.:ninson Ave otl CR
214 Fr.i& Sal Nov J &
18 am Ii 3pm
IJOvEMBER 17 AND i
M .4PM 5154 SE 7In
Ave look Icr s.3n;
Freezer some antiques
toos. nroijsen.oi appli,
ances some .ol slamps
Cnrrismas iems smoker
I,13 isr slutn
SATURDAi' 8AM.12PM
445 NIGHTINGALE ST
Computer desk. garr -s
1os.p uzzleC r.jioueho l
iNems Doc 'ks old-ilm-
pusrh mower
LARGE 'YARD SALE
mern .; able ci':lir.qg lur.
riure and misc Bela
Sigma Pn.. 426 SE 281hr
Loop Geneva Lake Es-
rates Saiur.da 1lovim
bet r 1 8am-4p-m
HiGHRIDGE ESTATES
6398 Casc:ade Dr rener
Hignnidge lurn tell rila t
ilreeonnrighli Salurday
November 18 Sam.3pmn
Boys'rabv coolnes plus.
size ,:I.,ine sr.oes
purses, baby iem. rew.
elry Chrrismas tlems
rlmaieial I ori arrange.


S QAIJALITY HOME. INC.


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And We Are Sharing Our Success With You!
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Keysone' Heights. FL -
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! Give yourself the perfect holiday gift! This beautiful
^ three bedroom home plus bonus room and bonus

garage is available in Green Acres.

Under $300,000
, Call for a viewing: (904) 364-8604 or (904) 964-7753


'LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"
wrd p Im amlni3 L IM M L-iVlAL'm.i.b


ROOF FREE REPAIRS
RE-ROOFS EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
METAL SINGLES WARRANTY NEW ROOFS
FLAT ROOF LICENSED TILE WOOD SHINGLES
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"THE BEST POSSIBLE ROOF AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE"

PO Box 82 Office: 386-497-1419
PO Box 82 ,Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
It White, FL 32038 Fax: 386-497-1452


I True 30-year fixed rate

commercial loans

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


merits IoiscIl rems: Cann
yelled I raining
BIG YARD SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY 64091
Beloil Ave. Hgrlidage Es-
Iales lollow signs lrom
SR100 8amr'
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
HUGE MIULTI-FAMILY AN
fJuAL GARAGE SALE
Saturday rovemrrer
18in. 7am-" Writeneari
Reirran nc.mns SW 11 I
SI Lake Buile Siarcraiil
P,':..up. camper lunmiure
...'uches. enad tables da
relle sel win chairs
small religei'ator. Dunk
ceds., mirrcis pictures.
pianKels cor.morlers
lamps Sr.ow'lme Rois.
serw e sikflel iialw.are
oI3 O| itncrenrware row.
eis sneels awesome
ci,'oining (Old Nra.y
Ameican Eagle Gvp:
KennEir, Cole ei: i. su.
per rice shoes sneakers
gorgeous iniantioaby
slull arid clones videos.
DVDs antique and coi.
lect.ole dollS some an.
liques, sporiring goods
and cloIhes and mucr
muchr more All clean
super co-ridiion and nice
55
Wanted
LOOKING TO BUUY
PLANTED PINE TREES
Siasn. Iooily long leal
3-5 v,,ers Oli 10-16 lee[
lall We pay lop .dollar
references avallaDle


Call 352.494-6653
USED CHRISTMAS DE-
COR FOR THE NEEDY
Looking ir ChrsitmaS,
Irees ornaments Ingnis
iree toppers wrealis
anything Crnsimas' Call
904-964-2835
57
For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
aryer new Type $100 and
up eacn. electric stove
wpriien guarantee. deliv
ery availaDie For ap
poinimerni i ill 94.904-94
880,1
BED KING SIZE Pillowlop
mrraress and Doxspring
with mranulaclures war-
ranly Brand new Stilt in
plastic Can deliver Sell
lor $170 Call 352-372.
"7490
BEDROOM, SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen'
king Ded. dresser mirrc.r
2 nigntsarnds. crhetl
available. doveiall con.
siruclion New SIilI in
bo/es Reiaili$6100 sac-
rli:cetor.$1100 352-377
9846
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautriu crerry Table 6
.:rnpp,?ndale cr.airs and
lighieri hui:.n and ourlel
Brand new Sll[ boxed
Can rielher Relanl
$5800 sacitice $1100.
352 37-98-46
MATTRESS TWIrj S,1s4
$89 lull Sels 129,
Queen seIs '159 King'
sei. $.189 ...ailress Fac,
ory'. 441 Easi Brc.wrlee.
Si Sa.'e a lot. Cash and


FOR SALE
Get ready for Hunting Season!
I ho\e seetaul used Cobra 29 CB Radios
for %ale that are priced right. Have a tev,
antennas. coax, other misc. items.
386-496-1215
Iheore 9 pin p/lca


FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500t 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


KEY~STN




Park lth Ia I
Sal IlOne

Sale a Qit


carr Call Sonia at 352
473.7173 or 904-964-
3888
BED-OUEEN arinopedic
Pi.lowtop mattress anda
box Nameorand new n
plastic, win warranty
Can deliver Sacrifice
.100 Call 352-372 8588
TWO OLDER TRACTORS
John Deere. David
Brown For nmormation
c3l 386-431 .9230 or cell
352-745.8282
SPAMHOT TUB 20 JETS
5HP COVER warranty
Reia.l. $4.800 sacrifice
$2.695 Call 352-484-
Q 0820
ADJUSTABLE BED
TWIN. extra long elec.
Inc mullti-posilonal.
memory loam malress
$750. call 352-378-4977
BRAND NEW QUEEN
SIZE M,,ATTRESS slill in
plastic and Dos Palo
$900 will sell or $400,
Exercise Dike all digia
$50 Cardioli lotal work-
oul macnine. $50 Call
904-96-4-2870
tIEW GENERATOR -
NEVER USED electric
start.,1800 lirm Als...
lazzy power chair., excel-
lent conatlion candy
apple rea. $5,000 firm
Call 904-964-5405
PA EQUIPMENT PRO
FESSIONAL SOUND
EQUIPMENT Too mucri
to list very good cond-v
lion Call,904-964--8325


KENJMORE DISHWASHER
314 Duilt in Airmosil new
Call 352-284.7774 any.
lime
BACK HOE 1973 FORD
45C00TLB (ira.:c.ir loader
ba:K r oe) Molor a311r.
nalor slarler ballery all
lairly new Runs iDDd
$7 000 OBO Call 352.
473 9913 or 904-327.
2324
KEYSTONE PACK RAT
Kinderdrall wrile criang-
ing able ana 4 drawers.
all-.n one excellent con
dilon $150 0BO Eiec.
in.: nealeis. $10 $20
59
Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES Limerc.ck crusn
creIe, asphalil iTiiingr
culjing sands gravels
liacior work We haul: we
spread Business 904-
782.3172 mobile 90-1-
509.9126 Monray
Inrough Salurday
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS INC -CorreC
lion ol termile & water
damaged wood &8 sills
Leveling & ra.s3ng
HousesiBlogs Pier Re-
plac:emeni & ailrinmen
Free Esi.males Danny
IBuOd'yiClark 194d -i284-
2333Or 1.800-288.0633
FLORIDA CREDIT Lit l1O11
ras money 10 lenn i',:r


PINE FOREST APARTMENTS
1530 W. Madison Si Siarke H*y 100 W-

NOW AVAILABLE

2 & 3 Bedroom Apts
Affordable living for low to middle income families
Cm/A. blinds carpet, stove, Iridge
Seniors welcome
24 nr Emergency Maintenance
OFFICE OPEN Mon-Fr 9.5
& Call Today
(904) 964-6312 :



T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brov nlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rtnj is based on Income
Waler. Seoer
On-Sile Laundry Facilily & Play Areas
Office Ol en: Monday Friday 8:00 o 4:30 p.m.
/ Call (904) 964-7133
\ 0' MTTI. 1.30i 5 i 3 I& l .1E lT .-2 _


REDUCED.






$39,900 '$415,000
Lake Cleared residential lot, 25 AC between
ver pole paved road. Melrose & Hawthorne

$49,900 $115,000
esite. Residential lot. 9 AC. Just Listed.
1. Triest Ave. Keystone Heights.

CaMer7ssa N o yat: e 352-494-1829




7396 SR-21 I N., Keystone Heights


M. H S lai-r -packaQe-; 1
.00 28. 1ta144
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn 6,
Landscape ,ciori--:'zed
lawncaie sod lrimm.ri,
landscape design Rea
sonable raies tree esi-
males Commercial &
residential Lcensed and
insured Call 386 4%
2820 ,i no answer please
leave rressaage
SECRETARIAL SER
VICES Typesehirng re.
Sums elc Ca31 Meleisa
31 904-364 ..463
CrJA WITH 18 YEARS E.-..
PERIENCE Will dr:. pr.
ialte duly care lor you or
your loved one in ,.our
rcnme Please call Judin
386-496.2019
TEENAGER LOOKIrNG
FOR BABYSITTING,
JOBS Weekends
mostiI 8 hour childcare
course completed
Please call 904-964-
4924


REMODELING ADDING
AN ADDITION need
some relp on a small
prolec'l" Call f,1-chael
Byrrne Slate I1 Florida
Licensed Building Con.
tractor 101or a uole ai 3'52
473-01-5 Mtlonoay Fn.
day 9amr4pm IInnvall.
aDle please leave a mes-
sage and our Othce M.an
a .er will irelurn your call
AFFORDABLE DEPEND
ABLE house cleaning
weekly biweekly
moninil or new consrruc-
hion &, drvy lm carpel
snampooing wmindws
Call or Iree Quote 904-
769-1 154
CHILDCARE IN r.l. LAKE
BUTLER HOME 30-
years experience All
rij.urs real rate oali
anr:ed meals ,Call 386.
-96 1062
LANDSCAPE AND IRRI
GATION Clean-ups
mowini irrgation. instal-


James & Linaa Dailey (904) 769-9641

Licensed Insueao (352) 284-1977 Cell


ATTENTION

"Yard Sale Goers"
If you went to the yard sale at the
Teressa Community Center last
Saturday and bought a wooden crib
or the playpen with built-in bassinet
and changing table, please call
(904) 364-6463. I have some parts
that go to these items that you will
need!

Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


~ ,=OW /(rg)'i ,6 hifford 'j.--*-
L35-43-81 -Moile 32-45604,


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HOLISE CLEANIIJG
HOLIDAY SPECIAL
Free esi'r.maies tJo or0
IO" oD0 or loo small Widn
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368-0591 or 352 562.
9924
NEED SOMETHING
cleaned' Call me' Rea-
son.aole rales Power
wa finfn, clean back
varda Qarages eic Cal11
90-aJ.-9,4 3t704
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Help Wanted
ECPERIENJCED BACK
HOE OPERATOR win
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perience working wrin
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il.'iers, ClassACDLdruv,
:rs, ,.,id Drv.,era license
.aJ M[uS' Fax resurrme i10
,-)4-275. 3292 or call
*i.4-2'5 4960 EOE
SDrua Free W.-.lkptace
LQCAL CLEANING "SER-
'ICE looking lh1,r par-
lime help 20 3C0 hrs
weekly Must nave refer.
,-ricesqapo a Dackground
cnecI' Musi be ononesi
reliatle and iasolivated
C..nra.:t Elena at 904.
36.4.6-455
,OrMlE.JOIN THE FAMIL.Y-


LIKE atmosphere 'and
,'iort at Winoasr Manor
Optin po.:silions lor CNAns
i.,il rnllist ma.nlenance
,-.,islant RN weekend
:ilpervilor and dietary
ia,. Faii ul applcalions
.02 E Laura St .Slare
:32091 or lax resume Io
*90.--9f64-662t Call 904
964 3383 lot appoint-
ment EEOC/DFWP
CAREGIVER FOR ELD.
ERLY LADY weekend
,.tils Call Lorene. 352'
1i .7"i93
Bi.-1 DRIVERS NEEDED
Ir.r uiton Counly School
Sleiady work. J,0nr CDL
iirining available. Can
..a6.496-2182 Mike or
L3riltia
PRESCHOOLTEACHERS
waJATED Sunday-Sat.
irdary 6am 10pm In
Iants ihrougn 61h grade
Little Folks University
ClIla Care Cenier in Gra
liam FL 352-485-1427
OPEN POSITION AT
ROAD DEPT.'SOLID
WASTE Tne Union
CA:.unly Solid Wasle has
r. Cen posillon lor a lull
Irrmp employee You musI
na.v.- a alad class B CDL
.10 you mrust be able 10o
1i..a a background check
.li Dbe approved by Ine
Dparlment or Correc-
io.rns t work wiln inmate
-Iaborers The work
-.neuile is Monday
inrougnri Friday horn
7 30am-4.00pm with a
irnnv minute lunch break
Please apply ait ihe Road
Deparnmenl or the Board
.:.I Commission Oltice
Irom 8 00am-4 000m
tlondav inrough Fnday
Arplicanlons willbe laken
inIlt t/23,06
HELPER NEEDED lor
iiorrme repair work Call
152. 475.1,596 leave a
.,essage .


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SEEKING PERSON with
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ence and knowledge No
smoking credit checx
ano references required
Free rent in exchange lor
weekly leading, mucking
lurn-oul and basic alarm
chores Keystone
Heignis area 904-891.
8105
FILE CLERK PART-TIME.
approximately 2 nours
per day. Monday Friday
Music oe alert and accu-
rare and willing 10 do rou-
line and delailea work
DFWP 352.473-4984
2ND SHIFT WILL TRAIN
win great potential for
advancement Houisare
Monday 3pm-11 30pmr
Starting salary will be
$7 75'hr American Ac.
cess Technologies Io.
called in Keystone
Heignis DFWP good
ienellis call 352 473
4984
DELIVERY'WAREHOUSE
career opportunity We
are looking lor depend
able sell motivated
people who enjoy work
ang in a retail delivery.'
warehouse position if
you have a valid drivers
license can meel the
DOT driving require
inents lor vehicles wiln
GVWR greater inan
10.000 IS bul less than
26 000 los are able fo
push pull hiltand'orcairv
material up to10 100 lbs.
please consider joining
our team The position
oilers compeiilive com-
pensalion and benelils
package Apply in person
at Farmers Fumiluie. 835
W Walnut SI. Slarke
Only candidates selected
for an interview will be
conlacled EOE
BARTENDER WANTED
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cooking, & other kitchen items. Small appliances, linens, lift chair, washer &
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Terms of auction: Cash, check w/ID, Visa, MasterCard & Debit Card. 12%
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before 9 pm please


Chamber Banquet Call
Kim at 904-964.5278
REFRIGERATION ME.
CHANIC The Univeisily
oi Florida. Depanmenit o
Housing aria Residence
Educallon is currently re.
cruising for a Relrigera.
lion Mechanic This po-
silion requires ine
completion of an ap
proved program in air
conditioning relrigeration
and nearing. or a high
school diploma and lour
Years approprale expert.
Price Universal Cenili.
cation 1 ana 2 is required
A qualille canadale wiIIl
possess the knowledge
01 tile prOCedures and
rneinos lor maintaining.
repairing and replacing
relriqeraion iints comr
ponenis and Ine suppc.n
,irlrciure Ahlilv to read
Iiieprinis and schemaiic
,Irawings and knowledge
in DDC controls is pre-
Ierred Aposl-oiler neallh
assessment and criminal
LrckgIOund check will be
conducled Expected
-,lainq salary is $12 50
in.-l.ily To view applica,
ion insiruciIons and com
plele an online resume
p'leae visit www nr utl
PdulOD Relerence num-
ber lor Ih.s vacancy i-1
0700657 and Inisposition
will close on 1 /22/2006
It an accommcaali,on due


to a disability is needed
to apply for Inis position
please call 352.392-4621
o tIne Florida Relay Sys'
lerr at 00-955.8771
(TDD) An EqualOppor.
lunilyiAllirmanve Aclior,
Inlihulnon
MASON THE UNIVER-
SITY OF FLORIDA. De.
parimeni 01 Housing &
Residence Education is
currently recruiting lor a
Mason Tnis position re-
quires Inhe completion of
an appienlicesnip pro-
gram in Masonry or a
raign school diploma and
Four years or appropriate
experience A quahlied
candidate will possess
The skills 10 perform
Skilled masonry work al
irurneyrnan level wihr
ceramic life prick ce
rent blocks and plasler
General construction
knowledge is preferred
A posI-oller health as-
sessment and criminal
background check will be
conducied Expected
slaning salary is $10 50
per hour To view appli
calion insruclions and
complete an online re-
sume please visit
www hr ull edutlob Ref-
erence number hor This
chancyy is 0700C6,45 and
his position will -lose or.
ll.'2.22006 lianaccom.
mo-dation due It- a disabd.


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ily is needed IO apply lor
Inis position please call
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loricda Relay Syslem ait
800,955.8771 ITDDI An
Equal Opocnunily.'Allir
mailve Acion Insilulion
TRAINER FOR DEVELOP-
MENTAL DISABLED
ADULTS Responsinle
lor setting up training ac.
lIvilles in accessing comr
mrunity resources Musi
have reliable iransporla-
lion Have clean driving
record background andr
drug lest Reimourse.'
ment lor usage ol car is
available
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Windsor Manor-a 12017
bed long lerm care acilny
iocaied in Slarke We are
-:iose to Orange Park,
Lake Buller Gainesville
cai Lawley We need slal
I.:. assist in the dietary
department and CNAs
lor evening and nignt
shifis Apply in person ai
602 E Laura St Starke
3209.1 Call J


Ri':chard'-on l'or rrmore in.
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and rngr :-hil'lS AppI, ir.n
person ai 602' E Laura
Sr Starv-.e 32091 Call
V-:',,. Kellt Ior more ini:-r
malicr ai '904. rJ.-3383
EOE.'DFWP
ACORN MEDICAL CLIrJIC
.is seeking an e-peri-ne-a
Social Seri.:e.s case
worker 1.2 days a week
rMu.st nave rtn:.wledqge -,.
I.|edicare ledicadc
proqraris and c:,mmuriiv
i S.uces B.Ilingual a
plus F lesurine Io
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2927
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Call Tammy at 866-539-7685 ext. 43 and
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the upcoming

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CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER
positions available in
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please call Beverly Koon at

352-493-4394 or
fax your resume to 352-528-4016


SANTA FE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Vice President
For Development
Application Deadline:
January 15, 2007

For additional information visit:
http://admin.sfcc.edu/-humresourc/
or call Human Resources at
352-395-5185


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DRIVERS


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WEEK
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:Numbers continue to climb


SIor Upward Soccer program


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Madison Street Baptist.
Church's Upward Soccer
program has lived tip to its
name thus far as the number of
: participants has increased
since the program's inception
in 2004.
This year. 190 children
comprise more than 30 teams
that take to the field behind
Starke Elementary School
'-every Saturday during the
I season. Jeff Summers. youth
pastor at the Starke church.
said there were 140
participants during the
program's inaugural year,
which was more than he
anticipated.
"Soccer's not real big in
Bradford, but the numbers
have grown each year, which
is what we wanted it to do,"
Summers said.
The Upward program is
similar to any other youth
sports program in that it
provides opportunities for both
boys and girls who fall in a
wide range of ages with four
different 'leagues: instructional
(4-5-year-olds), first-second
,grade, third-fourth grade and


fifth-sixth grade.
Where the program differs
from others is that scores are
not kept. The emphasis is not
on winning, but on giving your
best effort. Summers said
winning is nice in athletics, but
a team can put forth its ,very
best effort and still not win.
"That's just life. so the kids
need to learn that winning and
losing shouldn't define who
you are." Summers said.
Players are recognized for
their efforts following every
game. Every player receives
star stickers, which are handed
out in various.categories.
Also, coaches and/or family
members talk to the players
after the games about the
difference Jesus Christ has
made in their lives. After all.
the program is considered a
ministry, and Summers said he
has been able to see it make a
difference in some people's
lives. He spoke of one man,
whose children played last
year, who came to know,
Christ. I
"Now he's coaching this
year," Summers said.
Madison Street Baptist
Church plans to expand its
Upward ministry with the
L .'a. A ., .;,


addition of a basketball
program upon completion of
the church's family life center,
which is currently under
construction.
Summers said the Upward
programs are part of the.
church's way of reaching out'
into the community and trying'
to make it a better place.
"I think we ought to give -
kids as many different
opportunities: in our
community'-as ve can," he
said.
That goes for any child,
whether he or, she attends the
church or not. '
"We want as .many 'kids to',..
come as possible," Summers
said. '
The Upward Soccer program
will conclude its season with
an awards program on
Monday, Nov.' 20. However,
anyone interested in learning
more about the program is
encouraged to call the church
office at (904), 964-7557.
Maybe next year's number of'-
kids playing will go even
higher. '
"We're excited about what
'God has done through. the
soccer sports miiiistry,"
Summers said. '
i Ord


The Madison SfreetiBaptist Church Upward Soccer Instructional league-(4-5-year-
.olds)l'leerkats are: (front, from left)- Noah Preston, qlarra'Hopkins, Carson
;Johnison, Tyler Dunn, Taylor Jones, Whip Davis, (back, from left) coach Rachel
Dunn and coach Ronni Spangler. Photo courtesy of Thornton Photography.


'Te IMadison Street Baptist Church Upward Soccer Instructional league (4-5-year-olds)
'Pandas are (from left): Alex Perez, Donnie Cannon, Jacob Cavin, coach James Cavin,
:'l Hlhter Collins, Brooklyn Wiggins and Garfield Jbhns. Photo courtesy of Thornton
hotp, Ph graphy.
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The Madison Street Baptist Church Upward Soccer instructional league (4-5-year-olds)
Squirrels are (from left): Emily O,Neal, David Kilgore, coach Speedy Wilkerson, Summer
Fulgham and Jacob Wise. Photo courtesy of Thornton'Photography.





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The Madison Street Baptist Church Upward Soccer instructional league (4-5-year-
olds) Chipmunks are (from left): Saige Whitaker, Zachary McRae, Ben Miller, coach'
Michael McRae, Wyatt Thomas, Justin Garrison and Jacob Garrison. Photo courtesy
of Thornton Photography.


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The Madison Street Baptist Church Upward Soccer instructional league (4-5-year-
olds) Geckos are: (front, from left): Mason Griffis, Eli Hanson, Abbygayle Ames,
Jace Oody, Brittney Hollingsworth, (back, from left) coach Hanna Johns, coach Tom'
prawford and coach Gwen Crawford. Photo courtesy of Thornton Photography.

Starke sharing your parent with U
Stake. R EA D ER so we can be safe and kno'
,,Kiwanlans ra .....you feel a great deal of pride i
Kiwanians are Continued from p 3B your father or mother. Wal


accepting

jacket

donations
The Kiwanis Club o
is sponsoring a "Jac
Kids" drive to help fan
need of jackets for the v
Jackets are currently
collected at Town and
Ford and Denmark Fu
They may be dropped
time during business ho
If you are in need of
this is a no-question
drive. Call Carol Still
964-7200 or (352) 22
(local in the Starke area


brats who were told if you get
in trouble your dad could lose
his stripes and we wouldn't
have as much money so you
better keep your nose clean,
if Starke and mom and dad meant that.
kets for
lilies in I know you cried all the way
winter. from one place to the other
y being when you had to move every
Country two or three years but believe
furniture. it or not, when you grow up,
off any people will know the difference
)urs.
jackets, because you will be more
is-asked mature, better educated and able
at (904) to deal with almost any
35-6150 situation in your life. We
). salute you and thank you for


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tall and make them proud of
you.
I want everyone to give any
wife of a veteran or an active
duty GI a hug and say thank
you for the times you didn't cry
when your guy left because
you wanted him to see a smile
on your face, for the letters you
didn't write when things got
tough and you didn't 'have
anyone to turn to but you
didn't want him to worry, for
the times you worried and
prayed for his safety knowing
that even if he wasn't in a "war
zone" he was on a missile
launcher, or riding across snow
where crevasses existed that
could open up and swallow


The Madison Street Baptist Church Upward Soccer Instructional league (4-5-year-
olds) Rhinos are: (front, from left) Wyatt Everson, Cole Williams, Gage Jackson,
Sarah Warren, Cheyenne Oschner, Stephanie Neesmith and (back) coach Jarrod
Everson. Photo courtesy of Thornton Photography.


him, or in a gas chamber
testing a gas mask so that
others' would be safe, or
walking the DMZ' in Korea
where shots were fired every
day, or guarding the Berlin
Wall or a thousand other duties
that no one but military wives
know about and worry about
during "peace" time.
The wives 'and children of
those who are wounded,
whether it is a physical wound
that we can easily see or a
mental wound that only the
wife and children can see, must
tend to those they love for
years and after a short while,
the world forgets how their
service to this country changed
the lives not only of the
veteran but of their family.
The spouse of those who
served in active combat deserve
a special medal for their
courage in keeping the homes
going for their soldiers to
return to and for sharing their
courage with their spouses so
they can concentrate on staying
alive. And, of course, the
wives and children of those
who are presently serving
where there is active combat
going on need our daily
encouragement and prayer. We
need to remember that not only
are the husbands and fathers and
sons serving in places like Iraq,
* Afghanistan, Korea and other
hot spots, but their wives and
children's hearts are there with
them and they are serving here
on the home front.
Will the wives and children
of the men and women who'
have served,' or are serving in
the Army, Air Force, Coast
Guard, Marines, Navy.,
Merchant Marines, please stand
up. I salute'you, for you too
have served. I am sure you feel
the same sense of pride your GI
feels and have the right to stand
right beside him.
(I understand that women are
now serving and men are
having to stay at home and
keep the home fires burning so
please don't take offense if I
used wives in most places; if
you are a stay-at-home dad


while your wife serves, I honor
you too).
Betty Warren
Starke

Knowledge-full, unfettered
knowledge of its own
heritage, of freedom's
enemies, of.the whole
world of men and ideas-this
knowledge is a free people's
surest strength.
-Dwight D. Eisenhower


MORE
Continued from p 7B
to and including Thanksgiving
Day as National Farm-City
Week. On the seven days
leading to and including
Thanksgiving Day, Farm-City
Week is celebrated nationwide.
What are we celebrating? The
American economy is strong
thanks to the interdependence
of farms and cities.
As the president of the
Bradford County Farm Bureau,
I would like to encourage local
residents to take a moment this
holiday season to appreciate the
partnership that makes our food
supply safe, affordable and
abundant.
Rural and urban residents are
"partners in progress" who
produce the products, consume
the products, and make them
readily available through an
efficient production and
marketing chain. Farmers and
ranchers are just the beginning
of that chain.
Farm workers, researchers,.
processors, shippers, truck
drivers, inspectors,
wholesalers, agribusinesses,:
marketers, advertisers, retailers
and consumers all play
important 'roles in the
incredible productivity that .has
made our nation's food and
fiber system the envy of the
'world.


Courage is what it takes to
stand up and speak; courage
is also what it takes to sit
down and listen.
-Winston Churchill


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principle that it never does
any harm to ask for what you
want.
-Joseph Wood Krutch


Bradford County has deep
roots in agriculture. All of our
best-known festivals have their
basis in agriculture. From beef
cows, squash and strawberries,
to pine trees, these events
bring folks together to
celebrate harvesting of our
locally grown commodities.
Here in Bradford County
there are nearly 900 farms with
about 180,314 acres in
agricultural production.
Bradford ranks thirty-fifth in
the state in value of livestock
items produced.'
Neither the farm nor the city
can exist in isolation. Instead,
the interdependence of the two
creates jobs, products, markets
and relationships that make our
economy and nation strong.
Join with us in recognizing
'Bradf6rd County agricultural
producers and allied industries
and the contributions they
make to the economy.
Next week, as we celebrate
Thanksgiving, let's remember
the vital farm-city partnerships
that have done so much to
improve the quality of our
lives. Rural. and urban
communities working together
have made the most of our rich
agricultural resources, and have
made significant contributions
to our health and well-being
and to the strength of our
nation's economy. For this, we
can give thanks.
James Gaskins, President
Bradford County Farm
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Bradford Army JROTC members Rachael Snyder and Tim Baxley speak with
residents of Bradford Terrace following a flag lowering ceremony in honor of
Veterans Day.



Area ceremonies


salute heroes


Starke ceremony
honors those who
served.
BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff \ritter
At Charles J. Schaefer
Veterans Memorial Park,
members of the community
came out to honor our nation's
veterans on No%. 11. In
attendance were Starke Mayor
Carolyn Spooner and City
.,Commissiconer Danny Nugent,
Commander Hank Williams
opened the ceremony by


saying that the origin of
Veterans DaN as %'e kno\% it
goes back to the end of World
War 1.
"On the I ith hour of the
I Ith day of the II th month, an
armistice was signed that
ended World War 1. Williams
said.
"The day was called
'Armistice Day' and was
widel) celebrated annually
each Nov. 11 until the year
1954.
"Near the end of the Korean
conflict, then President Dwight
Eisenhower changed the
designation of-Armistice Day-
See HONOR p2C


Blanding pays
tribute to
veterans.
BY CLIFF SNIELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
What's the definition of a
hero'? As far as' Brig. Gen.
John Perryman is concerned. it
is one' who has 'served this
country as a meqnber of its
armed forces.
With that it mind, Penrrman
and a3small crowd at-Camp
Blanding paid tribute to those
See TRIBUTE p2C


Employees of Mercantile Bank of Lake Butler include (1-r) Tammy Granger,
Zack Smith, Joyce Tomlinson, Jill Raber, Billie,Yon and Jennifer Jones.


Mercantile Bank earns

'RACt- DIra t-n W rV


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Mercantile Bank of Starke
and Lake Butler was chosen as
one of four Best Places to
Work in the area served by the
North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce and
was presented with its award at
the banquet held Oct. 26.
Mercantile's special
employee benefit package was
the .main reason it was chosen
as one of the Best Places to
Work, but the competition
included a variety of factors
that can make a business a
good place to work.
Keystone Building Center in
Keystone Heights, Touchstone
Heating and Air of Lake Butler
and the YMCA of Bradford
and Union counties were the
other three award winners.
(Touchstone was featured last
week and stories on the other
two employers will 'be
published in upcoming weeks.)
Companies in Bradford and


&PwIl. o


Union counties and the
Keystone Heights area were
asked, to fill out surveys that
compare 37 different topics
related to employee benefits
and work life. Personnel
Dynamics Consulting then
compared the .companies,'
crunched the numbers and
named the top four. ,
Each company that
participated got a detailed
report of its own, which is kept
strictly confidential. That
report is meant to be a tool for
each company to build a better
work environment for its
employees.
Personnel Dynamics
-Consulting is compiling the
scores from all the businesses
in all the categories and will
release a report that details the
average for the' entire area in
each category-but not what
each business scored in that
category. That general report
will be ready in about one
week. '


Thep only details about
indi\ idual companies fropm the
reports, that will be released to
the public are those top, few
categories that earned the
.winners their plaques at the
awards banquet.
One! of the programs that
earned! Mercantile Bank its
award! was its child care
reimbursement program. Joe
Flynn, !senior vice president at
Mercantile Bank, said the
company spends $1 million
each year reimbursing 'its
employees for funds they spent
on child care-a necessary
expense for parents who work.
Of course, that $1 million is
for all Mercantile Bank
locations, not just the ones in
Stark'e and Lake Butler, the
locations that earned the
award.
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TRIBUTE
Continued from p 1C

heroes with a Veterans Day
ceremony on Nov. I1I.
Perryman, the featured
speaker at the event, said the
men and women who have
served, and who currently
serve, this country are
"ordinary people- placed in
extraordinary circumstances."
"(They ire) men and women
who know the meaning of
selfless service, courage, duty,
honor and country. They 'are
the American heroes who sit to
your left and right this
morning.
"History often records the
valor of American veterans in
terms of our units and armies,
but the real history of the
American armed forces is the
story of each individual
veteran.vho accepted his call
to duty. -
"This gathering io honor the
American veterans is a tribute
to their glory and to their
devotion to duty."
Those veterans have been
people from all walks of life,
but Perryman said they all
shared common bonds-they



HONOR
Continued from, p 1C
to Veterans Day and dedicated
the name to the sacrifices
made by all servicemen and
servicewomen of all American
wars.
It specifically falls on the
1 lth 'day of November each
year, rather than becoming just
another holiday or three-day
weekend, in order to ensure
that veterans would be
recognized appropriately
throughout our great country,"
said Williams. ,
Boy Scouts Troop 70 was
there to perform the placing of
the wreaths, followed by the
the Bradford Army JROTC
with a flag-folding ceremony.
Rachel Scott delivered the
"U.S. Air Force Academy's
Flag-Folding Ceremony"
speech as fellow JROTC
members folded an American
flag for the demonstration.
"The flag-folding ceremony
represents the same-religious
principles on which our
country was originally
founded," cott sa .
"The portion o the flag
denoting honor is the canton of
blue containing the stars
representing the states our
veterans served in uniform.
"The canton field of blue
dresses from left to right and is
inverted when draped as a pall
on a casket of a veteran who
has served our country in
uniform," said Scott.
The first fold of our flag is a
symbol of life. The second fold
is a symbol of our belief in the
eternal life. The third fold is
made in honor and
remembrance of the veterans
departing our ranks who gave
a portion of life for the defense
of our country to attain a peace
throughout the world.
The fourth fold represents
our weaker nature, for as
American citizens trusting in
God, it is to Him 'we turn in
times of peace as well as in
times of war for His divine
..guidance,
The fifth fold is a tribute to,
our country, for in the words
of Stephen Decatur, "Our
country, in dealing with other
countries, may she always be
right; but it is still our country,
right or wrong.
The sixth fold is where our
hearts lie. It is with our heart
that we pledge allegiance to
the flag of the United ,States of
America, and to the republic
for which it stands, one nation,
under God, indivisible, with
liberty and justice for all.
The seventh fold is a tribute
to our Armed Forces, for it is
through the Armed Forces that
we protect our country and our
flag against all her enemies,
whether they be found within
or without the boundaries of
our republic. -
The eighth fold is a tribute
to the one who entered into the
valley of the shadow of death,
that we might see the lights of
day, and to.honor mother, for
whom it flies on Mother's
Day.
The ninth fold is a tribute to


womanhood; for it has been
through their faith, love,
loyalty and devotion that the
character of the men and
women who have made this
country great have been
__..molded;
The 10th fold.is a tribute"T6r
father, for he, too, has given
his sons and daughters for the
defense of our country since
they were first born.
The 11th fold, in the eyes of
a Hebrew citizen, represents
the lower portion of the seal of
King David and' King


stood firm and answered their -' ''
nation's call to duty. .
"We gather today to honor
the men and women of our
armed forces who through the .
centuries have fought for a '..:..
common cause," Perryman :.'i":'.
said. "They defended Arqtrica
when our borders, our people
and our way of life have been
threatened."
Perryman, did not want to .
just recognize those who
served in the past, but those
who also serve today- in more
than 100 nations around the
w orld. They, too, have that
common bond.
"They follow the same oath
of allegiance to our
constitution that those who
went before them swore to," -
Perryman said. "They .go..
where they are sent, afid they '. s :
do what they are asked Broker resident Frand
much, much more. These Brooker resident Frank Towi
common men and women have veteran Frank Heppner.of Or
a.hways- done,-and cfitinie to conclusion of the Camp Blar
do, uncommon things." ceremony.
It would be remiss to honor
veterans and those serving
today without also honoring
military families, Perryman
said. Their service is marked
by their unwavering support
for those servicemen while
Brig. Gen. John
Perryman of the
Solomon, and glorifies, in their 53rd Infantry
eyes, the God of Abraham, Brigade was
Isaac and Jacob. the featured
The 12tli fold, in the eyes of speaker at the
a Christian citizen, represents Veterans Day ,
an 'emblem of eternity, and ceremony at '"
glorifies, in their eyes, God the Camp Blanding.
Father, the Son and the Holy
Ghost.
Scott continued by saying,
"When the flag is completely
folded, the stars are uppermost,
reminding us of our national
motto, 'In God We Trust.'
After the flag is completely
folded and tucked in, it takes
on the appearance of a cocked
hat, ever reminding us of the badge and a Department of
soldiers who served under Defense Staff badge..
General George Washington Dampier began by saying he
and the sailors and marines was sincerely honored for the
who served under Captain opportunity to make a few
John Paul Jones who were brief remarks concerning
followed by their comrades America's veterans, including
and shipmates in the Armed the men and. women currently'
Forces of the United States, servicing in the armed forces.
preserving for us the rights, On behalf of the untold
privileges and freedoms we number of people throughout
enjoy today," said Scott. the history of this great nation
The park's flag was then who have worn a uniform, I
lowered to half-staff, being offer my thanks for their
honored by a salute from the service.
members of the JROTC and On this day, we
the playing of "Taps." commemorate the service of
The -certog t e is lerian sof all was
speaker was retire o erit. Den.per. d
William E. e(Bill) Drne oen set aside their civilian
Dampier graduated from pursuits to serve their nation's
Bradford High School and cause, defending the freedoms
went on to serve over 37 years e often take or granted
in the military. Dampier's preserving our precious
impressive list of credentials American heritage, said
includes two Legion of Merit Dampier.
medals, a Defense Meritorious 'le continued by saying that
Service medal, Defense the service and commitments
commendation medal, four of men and women-whether
Army Meritorious Service voluntary or as sometimes
medals, two Army required by law-has allowed
Commendation medals, a the United States to attain and
Special Forces tab, Master to sustain its reputation
Parachutist badge, Airborne throughout the world as an
Pathfinder badge, Army Staff honorable role model for truth
and democracy.


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they are away. from hoie-
"They may not carry a rifle,"
Perryman said, "but they carry
many burdens until their loved
ones return home. Sadly, some
never do. Whenever a
serviceman falls in service to
our nation, it is the family that
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"When we honor our
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and. honor them for their
sacrifices."
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provided ,and guaranteed
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not available to people of
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Dampier said.
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He recently completed a one-
year deployment to
Afghanistan as commander of
Joint Task Force Phoenix.
He said he is proud to carry
on in veterans' footsteps and
he thanked them for what they
had done.
"Speaking on behalf of all
those in uniform today, we're
proud to stand in the ranks
among you and carry on the
legacy you've left us,",
Perryman said. "Every
morning, when we wake up in
a free land, it's because of men
and women like yourselves."


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Mercantile Bank of Starke has nine employees. They are (1-r) Scott Schiller, Nancy Blackall, Suzanne Lewis,
Jaclyn Drew, Haley Letcher, Tracy Reichert, Loretta Edwards, Patty Morris and Ryan Grady.


BANK
Continued from p 1C
assist our employees in any
way we can," said Flynn. .
Another program that earned.
Mercantile Bank the award is
called the Elevate program.
"Basically, employees are
provided with an incentive to
do the right thing for the


customer," said Flynn.
"Employees get a cash award
for doing the right thing. We
expect employees to talk to
customers about their true
financial needs and help them
meet those needs." ,
Flynn said the incentive for
the employee is not to sign
customers up for additional
services they don't need, but to
make sure the services
provided fit the needs of the


customer.'
-Mercantile Bank employees
are also given paid insurance
policies for both life insurance
and accidental death and
dismemberment that equal two
times his or her annual salary.
Another benefit Mercantile
provides which helped earn the
company this award is a; 401k
where the company match
otlals si\ percent of the
employee's total salary.


Flynn said Mercantile Bank
recognizes the investment it
has already made in its"
employees and provides
programs like these to protect
that investment.
"In reality, in the banking
industry, the biggest thing that
sets one bank apart from the
others is its people," said
Flynn. "All banks offer
checking accounts, certificates
of deposit, loans, etc. The


biggest difference from one
bank to the next is the people.
If you have well trained people
who work well for you, it is
critically important to retain.
them as your employees."'
Mercantile Bank also offers
employees the opportunity to
participate in additional
training programs so they can
have the opportunity to move
up the career ladder within the
company.
Benefits packages, incentive
'programs, offering special,
training so employees can.
advance their careers and
providing additional services.
like Mercantile Bank',s child
care reimbursement are all
examples of factors that help
companies retain the people
who are so,critical to their
success.
Those are also the factors
that are measured by the Best
Places to Work program. The
program is designed to
recognize both large and small
companies for efforts made in'
retaining their workforce.
Factors measured by the
program include employee
turnover, the growth rate of the
company, the amount spent on'
employee training, the
percentage of employees who
achieve promotion, employee
insurance packages and
retirement plans, and many
more.


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a Department of
Environmental Protection pilotil
program in which campaign
signs will be collected at eight
collection centers in Bradford
and Union counties, as well as
at the landfil,I tiself, for
recycling purposes.
Signs (with candidates'
permission, of course) may be
taken to one of five collection
centers in Bradford Countsy:
adjacent to the City of Starke
maintenance shop, on Old
Lawtey 'Road, on Highway
229, in Lawtey, and in
Keystone Heights. .
The Union County centers in
Lake Butler (at the water plant
and b\ the horse arena on S.R.
121) and Providence will also
be accepting signs.
Containers at each of these
centers will be clearly marked.
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please call the New River
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Indians' season ends against South Sumter again


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights had no
answer for South Sumiuer---
-running back Richard Kelly,
who scored four touchdowns
to help lead the host Raiders to
a 52-12 win over the Indians in
a Class 2A Region 2 semifinal
game iri Bishnell on Nov. 10.
South Sumter rushed for 310
yards, with Kelly gaining 169
of those on 19 carries. He,
scored three touchdowns in the
first half as the Raiders built a
31-6 lead.
"They're a better football
team than we are," Keystone
head coach Chuck Dickinson
said. "I can't make any
excuses. The best football
team won tonight."
It was the second straight
year South Sumter (10-1)
began its playoff run with a
win over Keystone (9-2). The
Raiders will travel to
Jacksonville to play Bolles for
the Region 2 championship on
Friday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Kelly, who is listed at 6-0,
240, punished the Indians on
many of his runs. Several
Keystone defenders tried to
tackle Kelly one-on-one once
he made his way into the
secondary on his first
touchdown run, but he just ran
them over on his way to the
59-yard score.
"If you don't stop him at the
line of scrimmage, it's hard to


you better put' it in the end
zone, or you better get points
out of it," Dickinson said.
"You're not going to get that
many chances against them."
Keystone took advantage of
such a chance toward the end
of the second quarter. A drive
that began at the Indians' own
20 appeared destined to end
with a punt, but Camero'n
Yarbrough's 29-yard reception
on third-and-13 kept the drive
.lalive.
SGreg Ta)lor then proved his


worth in the passing game,
catching three passes for 39
yards, the third of which was a
9-yard touchdown with 2:07
remaining in the first half.
However, instead of going
into the half down 24-6, the
Indians wound up trailing by
25 when South Sumter's Pait
Mobley returned the ensuing
kickoff 100 yards for a score.
Kelly found his way into the
end zone for the last time at
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Greg Taylor fights for yardage in the loss to South Sumter. Taylor led Keystone in
rushing and receiving.


stop him once he gets past the
linebackers," Dickinson said.
"He outweighs all our kids.
He's bigger than any guy
we've got on the football field.
He's a load once he gets going
and we've got guys who are
150, 160 trying to hit him. It's


like hitting a tree."
Kelly also had scoring runs
of 3 and 2 yards in the second
quarter which, with a 47-yard
field goal by Kody Stump, put
the Raiders up 24-0.
Keystone had a chance to
get on the board when the


score was 10-0. Two 15-yard
penalties on South Sumter
helped, mote the Indians
downfield, but Michael
McLeod's 40-yard field goal
attempt with 1:13 remaining in
the first quarter was no good.
"You get an-opportunity,


KHHS plays to scoreless tie in soccer


--A -win-opened -the season,
but since then the Keystone
Heights boys soccer team has
tied two straight opponents,
including a scoreless match
against Fort White on Nov. 13
in Fort White.
The Indians (1-0-2 prior to
Nov. 14) played St. Francis on
the road to open the season,
earning a 3-0 win on Nov. 7.
Keystone's defense held St.
Francis to three shots on goal,
but the host Wolves' goalie
made many great sav__ -as
- eystone took 23 shots on
goal.
Austin Bennett put the
Indians up 1-0 when he headed
in a comer kick.by Brad Gober


in the 18"' minute.
The constant rain that fell
during the first half stopped,
and Keystone responded with a
fast start to the second half.
Justin Hannah beat his
defender and sent a cross to
Hayden Rodel, who tapped the
ball into a wide-open goal one
minute into the half.
From that point on,
Keystone dominated play. The
Indians added their third goal
in the 50"' minute -when Ryan
- -Miller, off of an assist by
Branden Waters, easily beat a
defender and the goalie on a
breakaway.
Keystone goalie Juan Arenas
bad seven saves..


The Indians then played
their first district match,
jumping out to a 2-0 lead on
host Crescent Cit) before the
Raiders rallied to salvage a tie
on Nov. 10.
Keystone scored the first
half's lone goal when Hannah
worked the ball in close to
Rodel, who jammed the ball
off the post into the goal in the
23" minute.
The Indians increased their
lead on a fast-break
opportunity in the first minute
of the second half. Millef
delivered a pass to Rodel, who
once again beat Crescent City
goalie Nahum Sotelo for a 2-0


Keystone girls soccer

team wins second straight


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Tory Beasley scored one
goal and had three assists as
the Keystone Heights girls
soccer team improved to 2-1
with a 4-0 win over host Fort
White on Nov. 13.
Beasley scored the Indians'
first goal off of an assist by
Emily Jones. She then assisted
on a goal by Tysee Williams as


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The match came on the heels
of a 7-1 win over host Crescent
City in the district opener for
both teams on Nov. 10.
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Emily Jones had two assists,
while Beasley, Campbell and
Williams each had one.
Keystone travels to play
district opponent Matanzas on
Friday, Nov. 17, at 5 p.m.
On Monday, Nov. 20. the
Indians travel to Orange Park
to play St. Johns Country Day
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The Raiders finally scored in
the 55"h minute when Leo
Villegas scored on a free kick
from 40 yards out. They then
tied the score in the 60"' minute
on a penalty kick by Ivan
Nobles.
Keystone played P.K. Yonge
on Nov. 14 and will travel to
play district opponent
Matanzas on Friday, Nov. 17,
at 7 p.m.
On Monday. Nov. 20, the
Indians travel to Orange Park
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Oscar and Verna Davis were
married Nov. 2, 1946.
-they have six children,
Wesley Davis, Wayne Davis,
Curtis Davis, Charline Meres,'
Diane Johns and Loraine Rule;.
They ,also have 14
grandchildren and 22 great-
grandchildren.


The couple's children will
host an anniversary reception.
at Sampson City .Church of,
God in the fellowship hall on
Saturday, Dec. 2, beginning at
4p.m.
Family and friends are
invited. No gifts please.


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and styling, manicure and
pedicure training, plus
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new home at 218 S. Walnut St. in Starke. Included were students from the Starke,
Keystone Heights and Lake Butler area. Front row (l-r): Brianna McWaters, Lauren
Hovsepian, Victoria Denmark, Rachel Ricker; second row, piano instructor Jack
Stella, Tessa Ricker, Dynna Been, Madison Colaw, Jenna Coleman, vocal instructor
Karyn Merritt; third row, Rachel Wells, Ashley Crawford, Hanna Ricker, Pam Brunt,
Billy Gnann; fourth row, Chuck Goldstrom, LaDonna Hart, Faye Ricker and Rachel
Rothwell.


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Halseyto wed wedding
Nov 18 anniversary
Paul. andRuth Meng of
Doug and Anita Wilkinson Hampton Lake recently
of Lawtev announce the celebrated their 60th wedding
upcoming marriage of their anni'ersarN with a weekend
daughter. Beerl\ .Anne gathering at Camp
Wilkinson. to Danny Lee Montgomery.
Halev Jr., son of Danny and All of. the couple' s 11
L vnn Halse. Sr. of Hampton. children. Carlton, Bill.
\,The bride-elect is employed Carolyn. Phyllis, Marty. Joyce,
at, Bradford Terrace Nursing Salive. Be'erlr,. Joe. Unlike and
and RehaJbiliar'ionCenter in John, the children' spous.
The groom-elect is grandchildren attended.
employed at Lonestar Artistic 'Paul's brother and sisters, as
Concrete in Hampton. well as in laws, cousins and
The %wedding kill take place friends came from as far aay
on Saturday, No\. 18, 2006, at as California and Ohio to
the home of Danny and Lynn. spend the weekend with the
Halsey Sr. in Hampton. couple.
A reception \ ill follow. -The weekend was filled % ith
All family and friends are a video of memories, a hat
invited. contest, a swap shop, food,
sitting around the campfire and
lots of laughs.
nsC olidatd N The Mengs were married on
CO SOildated Nov. 9,-1946, at Holy Rosary
Cathedral in ToledoOhio.
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The event is semi-formal and
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BIRTHS


Taylor Brooke Hayden


Taylor Hayden
Brett Hayden and Ann
Kersh of Keystone Heights
announce the birth of their
daughter, Taylor Brook'e
Hayden, on Oct. 25. 2006, in
Gaines' ille.
Taylor weighed 7 pounds, 12
ounces and measured I91'-
inches in length. .
SMaternal grandparents are
Jack and Gloria Kersh of
Keystone Heights.
Maternal great-grandparents
are William C. Kersh of
Keystone Heights and Shirley
Hopper of Keystone Heights.
Paternal grandparents are
Kevin and Cheryl Craven of
Middleburg and Breit M.
Hayden of Huntington Beach.
Calif.
Paternal great-grandmother
: is Linda Lavenbarg of
Jackson% ille.


Cason Pilcher
Jeremy and Tosha Pilcher of
Starke announce the birth of
Iheir son, Cason Tyler Pilcher.
on Oct. II, 2006..at North
Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gaines% ille.
Cason joins a sister. Carlev
Pilcher.
Maternal grandparents are
Larry and Sharon Hinds of
Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Shirley Andrews of
Keystone Heights and Kenneth
and Carolyn Hinds of
Keystone Heights.
Paternal grandparents are
Jerry and Belltty Kay Pilcher of
Starke and the late Gloria
Pilcher.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Edith Tyler of Sylacauga.
Ala. and the late Clarence
Tyler.


Wood and Thornton engaged


Anna and Frankie Wood of
Starke announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Amanda Wood. to Nelson
Thornton. son of Alton and
Michelle Thornton of Raiford
and Roy and E\elyn Weiland
of Lawite.
The bride-elect is a 2005
graduate of Bradford High
School. She is employed by
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The groom-elect is a
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by Mates. Camp Blanding and
thle Florida National Guard.
The wedding is planned for
4 p.m. on Saturday, July 21,
B2007. at 4 p.m.. at Camp
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Amanda Wood


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Shyla Crowe


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announce the birth of their
daughter, Shyla Morgan
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Alachua General in
Gaines\ ille.
Shyla weighed 6 pounds. 11
ounces and measured 19
inches in length. She joins a
brother. 3-year-old Hayden
Rollins.
Maternal grandparents are
Julia and Mitchell Stewarl of
Raiford.
Parental grandparents are
Phillip and Sheila Lyons of
Starke. Great grandmother is
the late Violet Griffis of
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Law. ley, announce their
engagement.
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ill be held on Saturday. Jan.
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Lady Tigers finish as runners-up in preseason classic


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The host Tigers rallied after
ti'a\ing trailed for most of the
'game, but Baker County
eventually came out on top,
defeating the Union County
'girls basketball team 54-50 in
^overtime to win the UCHS
:Tip-OffClssic on Nov. 9.
,. Union struggled with its
outsidee shooting, but Miranda
,Kent knocked down a 3-
;Ooilnter to tie the score at 41-all'
[with 1:17 left in regulation.
i! The two teams then
changedgd baskets twice.
ianca Clemons scored-off
Sbf an assist by Kent-and
:.rew a foul, putting the Tigers
lp by two with 23 seconds to
play. She could not make the
ensuing free throw, however,
leaving the door open for
baker Count) to force
overtime, which the Wildcats
did after Ruise made two free
throws with 16 seconds left.
Kent made a 3-pointer to tie
the game at 49-all in overtime,
then made a free throw with 47
seconds remaining to put her
team up 50-49.
Those would be the last
ints for the Tigers. Baker's
rittany Hinson made a long
ot from just inside the arc
fore de la Pena scored
Lowing her own steal.
Kent tried to drain another
Mey to tie the game, but the
mot was off the mark.
Baker's Deanna McKenzie
R ade a free throw with eight
seconds left to cap the scoring.
i The Wildcats, who clung to
cg one-point lead at the half, led
y as many as nine points in
ige third quarter, bat two free
throwss by Amber
ranzluebbers late in the
quarter sparked a 9-0 run.
,sh'li Watkins had a layup
allowing her own steal during
hat stretch, while Ashley


Shaniece Huggins 1, Kent 10,
Watkins 7. 3-pointers: Ashley
Clemons 2, Kent 3. Free
throws: 11-19.
Tigers open tourney
with 8-point win
Union trailed by eight points
early, but wound up winning
by eight, defeating Trenton 55-
49 in the first round of the Tip-
Off Classic on Nov. 7.
Franzluebbers had 15 points
and 21 rebounds, while Kent
had 14 points and 12 rebounds.
Lindsey Brannen scored 10
points before turning her
ankle. She did not play in the
championship game because of
the injury.
Watkins finished with nine
points and seven rebounds,
while Bianca Clemons had
eight rebounds. Watkins also
had three blocks.
In the other first-round
game, Baker County defeated
Fort White 44-36.


Score by Quarter
THS: 11 14 7
UCHS: 14 19 13


Union County's Amber Franzluebbers dribbles
between Baker County defenders.


Clemons' 3-pointer tied the
game at 34-all.
Clemons finished with 10
points, as did Kent.
Franzluebbers led the team
with 18 points.
Franzluebbers also had 13
rebounds and seven steals,
while Ashley Clemons and
Watkins had 10 rebounds each.
Kent and Bianca Clemons
had nine rebounds each.
Franzluebbers and Kent
were named to the all-
tournament team.
In the tournament's
consolation game, Fort White


defeated Trenton 41-39.
Score' by Quarter
BC: 12 10 12 11 9-54
UC: 9 12 6 18 5-50
Union County Scoring (50):
Ashley Clemons 10, Bianca,
Clemons 4, Franzluebbers 18,


17-49
9-55


Union County Scoring (55):
Brannen 10, Bianca Clemons
5, Franzluebbers 15, Kent 14,
Watkins 9, Allant'e Webb 4. 3-
pointers: Kent 3. Free
throws: 14-28.

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Miranda Kent
prepares to put
up.a shot for
Union County
in the Tigers'
preseason Tip-
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|" BY CLIFF SMELLEY Ashley Clemons also leading
S Telegraph Staff Writer the team with four steals:
Union head .coach Perry
_v- Amber Franzluebbers made Davis said Bianca Clern s
3-of-15Itree throws and led and Kelly Bennett played
her team in scoring and "great low-post defense."
;rebounding as the Union The Tigers return home
iCounty girls basketball team tonight, Nov. 16, to play
opened the regular season by Hamilton County at 7:30 p.m.
defeating host Middleburg 41- Union then hosts Branford on
,28onNov. 13. Friday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m.
SMiranda Kent opened the before opening their District 6-
'game with a couple of 3- 3A schedule on the road
,pointers for the Tigers (1-0), against Crescent City on
which brought Middleburg's Monday, Nov. 20, at 6 p.m.
:defense out to the perimeter Union travels to play Fort
.and opened things up inside White on Tuesday, Nov. 21. at
:for Franzluebbers. She finished 7 p.m.
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,grabbing 11 rebounds and Score by Quarter
,blocking three shots. UCHS: 16 5 11 9-41
Kent was the second-leading MHS: 2 8 3 15-28
Scorer with 12 points.
Bianca Clemons and Ashley Union County Scoring (41):
.Clemons (up from junior Bennett 4, A. Clemons 4, B.
varsity) had seven and six Clemons 2, Franzluebbers 19,
rebounds, respectively, with Kent 12. Free throws: 17-24.

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Dna 8A TLFGRAPH. TIMES & iMONITOR-C-S4ECTi O Nov. 16, 2006


KHHS
Continued from p. 4C

the start Pf the second half.
Defensive lineman Ismael
Rodriguez recovered a fumble
tbr the Raiders at the Keystone
37. Tarren Freeman broke
loose on a 33-yard run. setting
Kelly up for a 4-yard
touchdown run that made the
score 38-6.
- Keystone's Taylor, who had
seven receptions for 141 yards,
was a pivotal part of the
I.idians' second touchdown,
drive. He took a short pass
from Lott and turned it into a
55-yard gain to the South
Sumter 11-)ard line. *Taylor
would eventually score on a
15-yard reception on a fourth-
down play at the 9:12 mark of
the third quarter.
I That was all for the Indians,
as the Raiders scored on two of
their next three drives. A 6-
yard touchdown run 'by
quarterback Denzel Smith
capped a 50-yard drive and a
2-yard touchdown run by
Freeman capped a 44-yard
drive
The Raiders were looking at
another potential score in
between those two scoring
drives, but Keystone's Cla>ton
Mosley intercepted Smith.
Keystone's best chance- at
another score came when Matt
Story had a 53-yard kickoff
return to the South Sumter 38
in the fourth quarter. An 8-
yard run b) Story later gave
the Indians a first down at the
22. but Keystone would
eventually turn the ball o\er on
downs at the 18.
It ma. have been a
disappointing end to the
season, but Dickinson said he










Keystone's
Matt Story
(right) carries
the ball with '
South Sumter's
Marty Everett in ,
pursuit. :'-


Cameron Yarbrough couldn't come down with this
catch for the Indians.


was proud of the effort of his
.players, who never gave up
during the game.
Now, Dickinson would like
to see the youngerr players
coming up build upon \%hat
this year's senior class
accomplished-two straight
postseason appearances and a
9-1 regular season record this
year.
"I wish the season could've
continued, but I appreciate the
seniors and their hard %%ork
over the last three \ears."
Dickinson said. "Hopefully,
the younger guys \ill take this
experience and be read\ to
play ne\t Near."


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 0 6 6
SSHS: 7 24 14


0-12
7-52


Scoring Summary ..
S: Kelly 59 run (Stump kick)
S: Stump 47 FG
S: Kelly 3 run (Stump kick)
S: Kelly 2 run (Stump kick)
K: Taylor 9 pass from Lott
(kick blocked)
S: Mobley 100 kickoff return
(Stump kick)
S: Kelly 4 run (Stump kick)
K: Taylor 15 pass from Lott
-Tpass failed)
S: Smith 6 run (Stump kick)
S: Freeman 2 run (Stump kick)


Team Statistics


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passing Yds.
Passes
Punts
Fumbles
Penalties


K
12
29-119
-176
9-33-1
4-28
1-1
4-35 -


S
22.
40-310
57
5-13-1
2-30
1-0
7-75


Thermal Image are (1-r): David Kuykendall on lead vocals, Clint McFarland on
guitar, guest artist and fiddle player Matthew Menard of Ocala, bass guitarist Don
Crookston, drummer David Feagle and keyboardist Barry Passetti.




Thermal Image: A band


some would say is 'hot'


BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff i'riter
Thermal imaging allows the
ability to see in dark, dense
smoke-filled environments.
Firefighters like Lt. David
Kuyendall of Clay County
Fire and Rescue use thermal
imaging inside a structure fire
to locate victims and find the
fire's "hot spots."
Another hot spot to be in
was at the Starke.Fall Jam
%when the band Thermal Image
took the-stage at 6 p.m.
Saturday e ening.
Kuyendall, the band's lead
singer, describes 'Thermal
Image as being "sort of a hard
rockin' country band with a
really high energy show.
We build our shows on a
little Garth Brooks, a little
Johnny Cash, and a whole lot
of Jacksonville," said
Kuyendall.


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LEGAL

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS FOR
ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCES BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
proposed ordinances, which titles
ereinafter appear, are being
considered for enactment by the
Board of County Commissioners of
Bradford County, Florida. The first of
two public hearings conceding the
ordinances will be held on November
27. 2006 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard,
at the Governor Charley E. Johns
Conference Center, located at 1610
North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida. At the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the proposed
ordinances. A copy of said
ordinances may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the County Clerk, 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD,
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE
REGULATION OF THE USE AND
DEVELOPMENT OF LAND IN
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
CREATING CHAPTER 75 OF THE
BRADFORD COUNTY CODE;
IMPOSING IMPACT FEES ON
LAND DEVELOPMENT IN
BRADFORD COUNTY TO
PROVIDE FOR ROAD
IMPROVEMENTS, FIRE
PROTECTION, EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SERVICES, PARKS AND .
RECREATION, LAW
ENFORCEMENT, LIBRARIES AND
PUBLIC BUILDINGS
NECESSITATED BY SUCH NEW
DEVELOPMENT; PROVIDING
AUTHORITY FOR ADOPTION OF
THE ORDINANCE; PROVIDING
FINDINGS AND DECLARATIONS
OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR
THE PAYMENT AND TIME OF
PAYMENT OF IMPACT FEES;
PROVIDING FOR IMPACT FEE
BENEFIT DISTRICTS; PROVIDING
FOR IMPACT FEE TRUST
FUNDS; PROVIDING FOR THE
PLACEMENT OF REVENUE
COLLECTED FROM IMPACT
FEES INTO IMPACT FEE TRUST
FUNDS ESTABLISHED FOR THAT
PURPOSE; PROVIDING FOR THE
USE OF IMPACT FEE RECEIPTS;
PROVIDING FOR REFUND OF
IMPACT FEES; PROVIDING FOR
EXEMPTIONS AND CREDITS;
PROVIDING FOR REVIEW OF
\


IMPACT FEES AND THE FEE
SCHEDULES. PROVIDING FOR
THE AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT
OF IMPACT FEES SCHEDULES:'
PROVIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR
VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF
ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT
WITH THIS ARTICLE; PROVIDING
DIRECTIONS TO THE CQDIFIER;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO .THE
REGULATION OF THE USE AND
DEVELOPMENT OF LAND IN
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA;
CREATING CHAPTER 76 OF THE
BRADFORD COUNTY CODE;
IMPOSING IMPACT FEES ON
LAND DEVELOPMENT IN
BRADFORD COUNTY TO
PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL
PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPACITY
AND RELATED FACILITIES
NECESSITATED BY SUCH NEW
DEVELOPMENT; PROVIDING
AUTHORITY FOR ADOPTION OF
THE ORDINANCE; PROVIDING
FINDINGS AND DECLARATIONS
OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
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THE PAYMENT AND TIME OF
PAYMENT OF IMPACT FEES;
PROVIDING FOR IMPACT FEE
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OF IMPACT FEE RECEIPTS;
PROVIDING FOR REFUND OF
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EXEMPTIONS AND CREDITS;
PROVIDING FOR REVIEW OF
IMPACT -FEES AND THE FEE
SCHEDULES; PROVIDING FOR
THE AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT
OF IMPACT FEES SCHEDULES;
PROVIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR
VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF
ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT
WITHTHIS ARTICLE; PROVIDING
DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
* DATE.
The public hearing 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 hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further, notice
concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings and, 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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The band members are from
areas either in or surrounding
Jacksonville, where they
perform regularly at Cheers in
Mandarin.
"We are the first and the
only live band that has ever
played at the Crazy Horse
Saloon in Orange Park and
we've even been invited to
come back again. We've also
played at the Pepsi 400 and are
tentively set to pla. at the
Daytona 500 as well," said
Kuvendall.
- Although Thermal Image
has been a band for roughly
five years now, the current
members are the result of years
of auditioning and trying out
many different musical talents
until finally getting the right
mix.
"The current band members
have been playing together for
almost two years now and the
chemistry of the band shows in
the performance," said
Kuyendall.-


The band's demo includes.
the songs "Hickory Dickory
Dock." "Mile by Mile,"
"Somewhere." "Little Town".
and "Love ain't a Heartache.":
Both WEAG in Starke and-
WQLC in Lake City currentLy
getsrequests for and plays their
songs.
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