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Creation Date: November 30, 2006
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Noteworthy


Dreams come
true at weekend
craft show
Shands Starke Laboratory is
gearing up for the Second Annual
Dreams Come True Banquet on April
27, 2007. Laboratory staff will have a
booth at the Sixth Annual Christmas
Craft and Gift Show at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds this weekend,
Dec. 2-3. The show runs from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on Saturday and from noon
to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
I Go by the Shands Starke Laboratory
Booth and join the staff in celebrating
the spirit of Christmas. There will
be cookies, candies, Christmas
magnolias-_and other crafts for sale.
Mistletoe and kisses will be delivered-
by one of Santa's Elves.
Drawing tickets will be on sale for
$5 with a chance to wina Honda all
terrain vehicle. You must be 18 years
or older to enter. The drawing will be
held once 500 tickets are sold, with
all proceeds benefiting Dreams Come
True, the onl locally based nonprofit
organization dedicated to fulfilling
the dreams of children battling life-
threatening illnesses.
For more information, contact -
Linda Bowen, Judy Jones or any
laboratory employee at (904) 368-
2300, ext. 150, 188 or 189.

Support
Operation
Christmas in
Camouflage
Is your heart broken for soldiers
who are away from their families
at Christmas? These soldiers, mfri'',
and women alike, need to know they
are loved and supported. Everyone
knows a soldier or knows someone
who has a family member in the
military. These men and women
sacrifice so others don't have to.
That's the reason for Operation
Christmas in Camouflage. This local
project enables caring people to share
their love and respect to the soldiers
who serve the U.S., especially at
Christmas.
Take an ordinary shoebox, fill it
with socks, hard candy, cereal, trail
mix, books, puzzle.books, bar soap,
toothbrushes, combs, washcloths,
gum, T-shirts, hair clips, flashlights
with extra batteries, watches or
anything else you can think of that a
soldier might'want or need overseas..
Avoid objects that will melt, crack,
crumble or break. If wrapped, boxes
should be easy to open so they can
be inspected before they are shipped
overseas.
Boxes may be turned in at any
Bradford County school office
or the office of Home Town First
Realty across from the chamber of
commerce on Call Street in Starke.
Boxes must be received by the close
of business on Thursday, Dec. 7, as
planes carrying the boxes overseas
will leave the following morning,
For more information, call Brenda
at (904) 422-8170. This is a local
call.

Be a holiday
lifesaver
Your opportunity to become a
holiday lifesaver is herd. LifeSouth
Community Blood Center invites
you to stop by the bloodmobile at the
Starke Community Blood Drive and
make a donation that could affect the
lives'of up to three people.
The drive will be held on Friday,
Dec. 1, and Saturday, Dec. 2, at
the Wal-Mart Supercenter on U.S.
301, as well as the Winn-Dixie on
S.R. 100. Friday's blood drive will
last from 9:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.,
Saturday's from 9:30 a.m. until 5:30
p.m.
Each time you donate blood with
LifeSouth's Civitan Region now
through Dec. 31, you will receive a
chance to win a 2007 Honda Accord
LX courtesy of Wade Raulerson
Honda. Certain restrictions-apply.....


The driver of a semi involved in
a Nov. 27 crash "as charged with
being under the influence.
Steven Kellerman.47.ofWildwood,
the driver of a 2001 Freightliner, was
northbound on U.S. 301 at 9:50 a.-mrn.,
according to Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Melhin D. Childress.
A. 1995 International, driven
by Robert Fors.th. 52, of Dover,
Penn., was also northbound, Trooper
Childress said.
Kellerman failed to perceive the
International semi in front of him
and struck it in the rear.
*Although no evidence of ant
alcoholic beverage was located or
detected at the crash investigation,
Kellerman was determined to
be impaired due to a controlled
or chemical :-substance, Trooper


One of several crashes this week resulted in an arrest
for impaired driving. Others resulted, in loss of life. For
more, see Regional News.


Childress said. ..- -
Only minor injuries were reported
from-theccrash


Total damages to the two semis
% ere $85,000 in the crash at the
Bradford-Alachua line.


County, public

brainstorm

impact fees
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Bradford County's first public
"hearing on proposed impact fees was
something of a brainstorming session
betw een officials and the public over
how to best implement impact fees

who could least afford them, but the
commission gave no indication it
was any closer to a decision. .-
Instead, it has a lot more options


to consider.
Members of the public, with
local builders making up a large
percentage of the crowd, favored
a cautious approach to', impact
fee implementation' that would
be friendly to first-time builders,
particularly young couples and the
working poor.
These are the same groups
commissioners have' expressed
concern for. Board Chairman Eddie
Lewis explained he wouldn'tt flinch
at charging a large impact fee to
outsiders moving into the county
--to livein-a new;,high-maintenance
gated community but he doesn't feel .
right charging longtime citizens who *
are dividing a lot to so their children
can build homes nearby.
Impact fee study preparer James
Nicholas from the University of
Florida fielded most of the questions,
advising county commissioners and,
citizens on what approaches the
county could undertake.
While ideas for .exempting
homebuilders based on residency
or income aren't legally feasible,
new ideas were presented that
See FEES, p. 3A


Fair Association vs. Starke over special events ordinance


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD forth the organizational requirements
Telegraph Editor for events -pl-nted within the
Fed up with years of complications city, requiring meetings with 'city
from the city of Starke and the management to cover needs like
cementing of those complications security, utilities, emergeney-
in the form of- a-ne special events services, etc. The city's transient
ordinance, the governing boair-T--businessordinance pro idesfor the
the Bradford County Fair Association city to charge each andf-evem-render-
from outside of Bradford County a
has asked that events held at the f "
fairgrounds be exempt from the permit fee to operate.
requirements- of the ordinance Events sponsored by the city of
altogether' or it will withdraw the Starke and the fair association were
fairgrounds from the citylimity limits, exempted in the ordinance. Just what
The fairassociation says permitting constitutes a fair-sponsored event
requirements forout-of-town vendors outside of the fair itself, however, is
holding events a[ the fairgrounds ambiguous, said fair association Vice
have been costly, inconsistent and President Jim Cra% ford.
have chased away business. It certainly isn't meant to cover car
The special events ordinance sets shows, tool sales, bike fests or-anm of
the other similar events for w\ which the


fairgrounds is rented.
The association has requested a
workshop %% ith the city commission
tq discuss the problems they continue
-:to experience.
The City's attorney, Terry Brown,
-said the commission would have to
- end the ordinance to carve out a
Ioophole- or-Ft air-assoeiation if_
that's what commissioners wanted
to do.
Commissioner Danny .Nugent.said
he could understand e\empting fair-
sponsored, community-based events
but not other types of events where
outside entities were coming into the
city to make a profit.
The city's argument for charging
such vendors is that local businesses
pay for permits, utilities, taxes and


more while transient competitors do
not.,
Operations Manager Ricky
Thompson said if total exemption
wasn't allowed for events at the'
fairgrounds the fair association
indicated it would take steps to "de-
annex" from the city limits.
.Reversing its supposed
annexafion -i-ay-not- be that difficult. _
While Cra, ford said there was
.documentationat the fair office which
showed the association voluntarily.
requested to be annexed into the city
limits, that annexation was never
recorded by the courthouse or the
state.
As a nonprofit organization, any
See EVENTS, p. 7A


Bradford completes first of five housing reconstructions

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD


eleegraph Editor
It was Thanksgiving, Christmas t
and Barona Henderson's upcoming
birthday all rolled up into one when'
she and her mother, Mary Thomas, ,
moved into their new ,home last
week.
Just a year ago, the two occupied i"
a small, aging block structure with
no insulation, exposed wiring and a
failing roof. Their well had collapsed,
so they were without running water,
and they fought the cold with a space
heater and blankets.
The halls were decked for
Christmas, because this was their
home, and they .were proud of it.
Still, they needed assistance and
turned to the county for help.
Angela Macey, director of
community development for
Bradford County, and her associates,
like Community Development
Block Grant administrator Martha
Orthoefer, visited the home to see
what repairs could be accomplished
with CDBG and SHIP funds.
As it turned out, around $500,000 County
of Hurricane Housing Recovery advisor
Program funds along with the county's the k
remaining CDBG grant money Comm
allowed Macey and her partners Newma
to accomplish more than they first Reddish.
SSee HOME, p. 2A


y officials and employees, along with members of the local affordable housing
y board and others, joined Mary Thomas and her family as she was presented
eys to her new home._Plctured are (front, I-r) Ceun ty Manager Jim Crawford,
issioner John Cooper, (middle). Diamond Newman, Thomas with baby Michael
n, Jade and Marona Newman, Barona Henderson, (back) Nancy Alvarez, Sylvia
, Martha Orthoefer, Dezeree Clark, Angela Macey, Charlie Brown, Derrill Boyette,
Linda Tatum and Foncle Carver.


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thought possible. The old home
was demolished and replaced
i ith a brand new home.
Four other Bradford County
families, including -two who
lost their homes to fire, will be.
equally blessed.
This year, Thomas is setting
out reindeer in front of her new
home, a gift for which h she and
Barona. who was born with
Do" n sy ndrome, are extremely
grateful.
Affordable HousminAd% isor\
Board -MemrbderNan[' Alarejz
officials presented tIhe
kess to the home in a small
ceremony\ Monda\. although
builder Derrill Boleie finished
construction earl\. and at his
suggestion, the family% was able
tomo\e in beforeThanksgi'ing
to get out of the cold quarters
%here mother and daughter
were staying.
; The home has a wheelchair
ramp for access. From the
porch, the front door reveals
an open living space connected
to a kitchen and dinifig area
With brand new appliances.
Down the short hall are three
bedrooms and a bathroom,
including spacious closets and
room for a washer and dryer.
There is central hearing
and air, a new well and septic
system and the -promise of
many happy memories made in
the years to come.
"I've got a pretty room,"
Barona said showing off her
bedroom to touring visitors.
Pausing for a moment from
taking out her prized Christmas
decorations the next day,
Thomas said, "I slept like a
queen last night." ,.
Thomas' other daughter,
Maiona Neni man. \ ho attended
the ceremony % ith her children


World AIDS
Day observed

in Starke
Friday, Dec. 1, marks World
AIDS Day, and the Bradford
County Faith, Community
Center will be having an Action
Makes the Difference Walk
from 3-5 p.m.
The walk is planned from
the Bradford County Health
Department to the parking lot
of Community State Bank.
On Saturday, Dec. 2, from
noon to 3 p.m., a fish-fry fund-


Diamond, Jade and baby
Michael. %as equally excited
for her mother's and sister's
good fortune. It %\ill make all
the difference in the "orld to
(heir lies. she said.
"I'm so glad to see \ou in a
nice. %arm house." said I.inda
Tatum, another member of the
housing board
"Me, too! I'm so happy!"
Thomas.said.
The county assists a number
of qualified homeowners with
essential housing repairs for
heal th,safetyandcode violations
each. year through the SHIP
program ,Macey administers.
There are also low interest
'lotin 'that' lpro%'i'dW hs.it'anci
for purchasingor constructing
affordable housing.
SHIP-the State Housing
Initiative Partnership-is the
centerpiece of the William .E.
Sadowski Affordable Housing
Act. The SHIP program
channels a portion of new
and existing documentary
stamp taxes on deeds directly
to local governments for the
development and maintenance
of affordable housing.
In addition to screening
applications and lining
up contractors who bid to
perform the work, Macey also
teaches classes on responsible
homeownership and provides
individual counsel.
Year in and out, she sees a
lot of inadequate housing, and
County Manager Jim Crawford
said Macey was more than
ready to tear a few down and
start from scratch.
"She's doing a great job,"'
he said.
County, Commissioner John
Cooper agreed.
"We really appreciate the job
she does," he said.
"It's easy when you've got
people behindyou -that can gil-
- thiffn'gsdone,"said Macey, who
also feels there's a higher power
involved what the county is


raiser even is planned. The
event will be held on the corner
of Crosby and Keller streets
(the overflow parking area: of
the Starke Church of God by
Faith). There will be music,
drama skits arind more.
Everyone is invited to come
out and support the event. All
*participants will receive a free
T-shirt.

We make a living by
what we get; we make a
life by what we give.
Sir Winston Churchill


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doing with these funds
'Macey couldn't help but get
'emotional as she talked 'about
the number of people in the
county living in substandard
housing..
"It's hard for me to imagine
living in a house that's not safe
'and secure," she said.
But for every house built or
repaired through SHIP, there is
one less family living in those
conditions'.
Looking on as visitors
praised the Thomas home,
Boyette, who has worked on
SHIP projects for 15 or more
years and is building' all five
of the houses in this project,
said it. was a "fantastic feeling"
watching the first family move
in.
-I enjoy seeing somebody get


something that theN need and
that they appreciate." Boyette
said.
Macey agreed.
"It always makes you feel
good when someone says
'Thank you,'" Macey said.




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At top left is a view of the exterior of the Thomas
home before it was rebuilt, with Mary Thomas in the
foreground. Below it is a picture of the new home.
At top right is a picture of the living room in the old
house with Thomas and her daughter, Barona, while
below it is a view of the new living area and kitchen. At
left, Jade Newman and Thomas show Commissioner
John Cooper photos of the old home to show
him just how far county assistance has brought the
family.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A

SPECIAL EXCEPTION AS
PROVIDED FOR IN THE
CITY OF STARKE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE
BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuant to the City of Starke Land Development
Code, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the
Land Development Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments concerning a
special exception, as described below, will. be heard
by the Board of Adjustment of City of Starke, Florida,
at a public hearing on December 14, 2006 at 7:30
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the Bradford County Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room located at 945-F North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
SE-06-3, a petition by Scott Vaughn, to request a
Special Exception be granted as provided for in
Section 4.99.3 (F) of the Land Development
Regulations to allow for new residential uses in
conjunction with a commercial use, provided that the
residential and commercial uses occupy the same
building or structure in a B-2 zoning district in
accordance with a petition dated October 23, 2006, to
be located on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section 28, Township 6
South, Range. 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as follows:
Parcel Number: 03079-0-00200, located at 101 E.
Call Street, Starke, Florida
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, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the date of the
above referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested
parties may appear to be heard with respect to the
special exception.
Copies of the special exception application are
available for public inspection at the Office of the
Director of Zoning, Planning, and Building, County
Courthouse located at 945-F North Temple Avenue,
North Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal
any decision made at the above referenced public
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.









Nov. 30, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 3A




Radio program focuses on poverty in Bradford


Public radio station WItJFl-
FM. Classic 89.1. will
broadcast a special 90-minute
documentary. "The Long Road:
From Poverty to Prosperity."
on Wednesday. Dec. 6. alt 6:30
p.m. This "sound rich" program
is hosted by WIUFI'-FM news
reporter Claudia Hickey. and
reveals an in-depth look at what
causes poverty in Bradford
County.
The program is produced by
Chfudia Hickey and Bill Beckett.
Donna Green-Townsend served
as executive editor.
Poverty in Bradford County.
like much of North Central
Florida, is endemic. The
causes go further than Census
Bureau statistics alone. Drug


abuse and crime often result
from lack of education and a
desperate effort to supplement
income any way possible. Poor
health,, lack of insurance, and
difficult\ navigating an ever
more complicated system
further frustrate the poor.
In this special. WIJUFI
will travel across the county
and visit many victims of
poverty. The program will take
a look at the roadblocks to
better education and better
jobs, and theltoll poverty takes
on the health of its victims.-
The documentary will also
feature those who are looking
for solutions and the obstacles
they face.
Some of the interviews


included in the documentary
are: Jimmy Alvarez. Bradford
County Property Appraiser;
Thomas Barber. Starke
pharmacist: Cheryl Canova.
director of the Andrews Center,
SFCC's Starke Campus; Dr.
C(hris Cogle., oncologist at
Shands Hospital:
Jim Crawford, Bradford
County manager: Brian Davis,
Bradford Countly sheriff's
deputy: Rick Ezell. assistant.
superintendent of Bradford
County schools:
Clarence DeSue, director
of Bradford-Unioii Career
and, Techinical .Center: Cindy
DeValerio, director of the
Rainbow Center; Nancy Griffin,
coordinr.iiinr fSFCC'sdisplaced


homemakers program:
John Hodges, Hamipton
police chief: Cameron Karl.
addictions counselor al
Meridian Belavioral Health for
Bradford and Utnion counties:
Ron Lilly. CH ( of the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce: Alica McMillian,
director of the Starke Recreation
Department:
Jackson Sasser. president of
Santa Fe ('Conmmunity College:
Starke Mayor Carolyn Spooner:
Ken Teal of Teal Tile: Barbara
Walter of the vol unteer ministry
atGraceC(oinuninil) Fellon sliij)
Church: and II|kses Woods.
assistant principal at Bradford
County High School.
WIJFT-FM. Classic 89.1,


and repealer station W.Jt IF-FM,
Nature Coast 90.I. broadcast
news, public affairs, classical
and jazzI. music and variety
programming to residents in
North Central Florida and Mid-
Florida.The stations havestudios


at the University of Florida
College of Journalism and
Communications in (iai nesville
-and serve as a training facility
for elecominmunication
students.


From the

manager's

desk... -

By Operations Manager Ricky Thompson

What is a fuel adjustment?


FEES
Continued from p. 1A

could ultimately decide how
impact fees are charged to new
development.
Building on the county's
previous discussion of phasing
impact fees in over time, the
public, which wasn't convinced
growth is knocking on Bradford
County's door, suggested initial,
impact fee levels be low to
reflect the limited development
taking place.
A trigger could be built
into the ordinance that would
allow the commission'to revisit
impact fee levels when housing
permits surpass a certain
benchmark-300 permits, a
year, then 400, etc.
Another pret iouslk presented
idea that was built upon during
the public, -hearing involved
the county using community
development grant funds from
the SHIP program to pay the
impact fees for low-income


home builders.
While the county would have
to follow program guidelines
on income if SHIP funds were
used to pay the impact fees of
qualified individuals, Nicholas-
said the county could establish'
its own income guidelines
if it used its own funds to
cover the impact fees for those
individuals.
While SHIP funds are limited
to families at 120 percent of the
poverty level, ithe couni could.
for example. set the level at I50
percent.
Nicholas also discussed the
fact that some counties choose
to defer fees for low-income
housing, retiring the debt
entirely if the family lives in the
new home for a predetermined
length of time.
Since neither avenue is
technically an exemption from
paying impact fees, they are
avenues the county could
consider. .
Basing impact fees amounts
on the size of home being
built-an approach the city of
Starke is taking--drew favor


S.R. 16 lane closures begin todi


-A $4.5 million resurfacing
project on S.R. 16 in Bradford
and Clay counties is scheduled
to begin, announced the Florida
Department of Transportaiion
Public Information Office.
Approximately 3.7 miles of
S.R. 16 in Bradford County


and 2.1 miles in Clay Count\.
between U.S. 301 and C.R. 230,
will be milled and resurfaced.
Milling operations with lane
closures should begin today,
Thursday, Nov. 30.. Motorists
will be directed through the
lane closures by flaggers. No


as weli, since it' means those
building smaller homes would
pay less.
Other suggestions Nicholas
did nor -feel would be
legally defensible, such as
Commissioner John Cooper's
inquiry of only charging
residential fees lode\ clopmenits
of.more than li\e houses. Fees
cannot be wa.iied lor smaller
de elopments. .
There is no state minndale Ito
alppro\e ilmpaci I'ec. Nicholas
explained. I hie mindale i
thai counlics find a \\,i 10
paN for llie affects of growth
on inl'rstruciure inisead o01
e\pecling slate bhailouts If il
cani'l pay for infrristructure. a1
county\. or a cil for Ihai mailer.
loses its auihoril\ to approve
new de elopmeni Fort\-li\o
out of 67 counties nomi have
them. according to Nicholas.
There are options for raising
'revenue beyond impact fees.
although they are becoming
more prevalent around the
state The county could plihcc
up. to an additional 5-ccn i ia\
on a gallon ot gasoline lo raise


lane closures :re allowed
ay between 6 and a n
A in Bradlford (Comi\.
There are no lane closure
restrictions in Cla\ (Counl\.
In addition to milling and
resurfacing, the %work, to be
done includes: adding paved
shoulders on each side of the
roadwa. in areas where there is
no curb: repairing aind making


money. for roads and bridges.
Special assessments like the
$75 annual assessment on solid
waste could he established for
fire or EMS service. Declaring
special ai la\ing district
for the purposes of funding
infrastructure 'like library.
service and liarks is another
possibilil.
Whale ier thecount decides.
Nicholias said action needs to
he taken noi iln preparation
lor gron\lh. If the county
nails. like others halie done.
il riim\ ne\cr catch up to the
demalnds if de\elopmCnet Ion it s
inlfrastrucl ure.
Starke's nei\ impact Ice
hearing is scheduled for 6 pn.m
on I 'nesda. Dec. 5. at cil\
Shall.
The counl\ hias its cscond
hearing set for Thursda,. Dec
14, at 7 p.m. at the conference
center.
I he two boards\\ ill also nmeeti
in a workshop setting l( discuss
S\\ whether or not to move forward
under a single ordinance or
separate ones.


thc sidewalks heelchiair
accessible: replacing c\isiinu
mailhob\s with inew imilbol\e'
designed to break-aiw,i\ if
inollled in a crash: replacing
;cul ert pipe al sonic dri ca\s a,
lor improved drainage.
For more information about
this or other DOT construction n
projects' in Northeast I-lorid,.
call 18M) 475-044. .


"What is a 'fuel adjustment,'
and whyis it increasing my
utility bill?" This is a question
city of Starke citizens are
asking. It is an important
question io answer because it
looks like higher natural gas
costs are here for a while.
Allow n 1e to explain. If you
look ati ourcil\ ofStiarkeutilitl
bill. it ha's I\o electric-related
charges. li I-R. which stands,
lor .lectricil Residential or
EC, h luich stands lor Electrical
C(ominercial. and 21 FA. which
saiids lor Fuel Adjustinent.
I he fuel idli:slineni has been
there Ior Nears, but mnan\
iv'ople ina% not h,ie noticed it
teca.lise. for a long lime.il ias_
zcro or soietlimes a credit.
()\cr iime. things ha\ e
chan'cd Whali hias, changed
Is the price olf natural gais.
Natural gas is used for fuel
in many pioner plants. Earlier
this year, gas prices shot up to
nearly three times higher than
the long-term average price.
Currently, the price of natural
gas" is *approximately, double
the long-term average. Ihe
price increases are affecting
electric utilities Ihroughout the
country.
Since the city of Starke is
hi nol-for-prolilL uiiliil. lien
our costs gti up lor something
signf'I .illla n d un 'conirollible
like natural gas costs,.
uniloriuuiatcl\. the additional
costs must be reflected in
our bills, to customers. This
is why the fuel adjustment is
iincredising
Our uiilit%'s rate structure.
Shlich is apl)rol ed b\ the Public


Service Commission, has a.
base residential electric rate
or base, commercial electric
rate that is estimated to cover'
the general costs of pro iding
electric service. Our rate
structure also includes a fuel
adjustment to reflect changing
fuel prices. Fuel costs are the
largest single variable expense
for electric utilities, and fuel
prices can vary greatly on the
basis of 'uppl .and demin.id
Recognizing this, the
Public Service Commission
has allowed fuel adjiiusmeLnt
charges since the oil embargo
of the 1970s. Under utility
rate regulation. luel cisis
are passed longg to electric
cusloiners at cost Electric
utilities do not profile from
increased fuel cosis
Having a luel Iadjustment is
the ippro ed way for electric
utilities to deal with 'the ups
and downs ofenerg. cot we didn't have a ariible luel
portion to our rates we would
have to go to the PSC as prices
change up or down to chilnge
our base rate, which would
take time and cost money. ,
That doesn't make it easierr to
accept w hen prices go up. but
when prices come do" n aid,
'believe me. %\e are working g
hard to make that happen-
we can more quickly pass ihe
savings along to customers.
As your hometown utility.
we exist for a purpose. not for
a profit. So if you need ideas
to reduce your electric usage
or have any other questions.
please call i90-4 96-4-5(127.


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SPage 4A TELEGRAPH Nov. 30, 200b


STruancy not tolerated in Bradford County schools


BY TERESA TONE-IRWIN
.Telegraphtaff Writer
A newly revised truancy
police. has been adopted by
the, Bradford County School
Board. The :new plan allows
school personnel to get. an
earlier handle on students that
are .in danger. of missing too
manvydays of school'.
The plan now consists of
a 3-step process to complete
when a student accumulates a
certain number of unexcused
absences. .- ...
Step 1-After five days of
unexcused absences or 15
,unexcused absences from the
previous school ) ear:
A letter will be, sent home
notifying the parents and a
child studN meeting will be
held with the parents, school
resource officer, principal,
counselor, school safety officer
and student.
Step 2-After 10 days of
unexcused absences:
A second letter will be
sent home to parents and a
conference will be conducted
with parents, student and school
officials to determine the things
the student will have to do to
reed) the situation.
This meeting will include
the sheriff's-juvenile officer,
school t'stiutce officer, school
safety- fieer-prinipaT, -
Scounselor, parents and student.
A probation notice will also
be forwarded to the assistant
school superintendent.
* Step 3r-3-After 15 days of
unexcused absences:
A truancy petition will be
filed \.ith the state attorney's
office and the school board
ill seek criminal Drosecution
for noncompliance with the
compulsory school attendance
laws. The state attorney will
send a letter to the parents.-
If the situadon -gets as far
as the state attorney sending a
letter horne't6 parents, a hearing
will be scheduled that parents
are required to attend.
At the judge's discretion, one or
more of the following actions
can then take place.
The parents will be
remo ed from any government
assistance program they are
currently enrolled in.
,* The tru.nt,,child's. record
will '"flIggelaid'he~ r she-
wvill not be. abje it obtain" a
drivPer'slicense.
*The parents can be sentenced
to jail time, or to probation.
The sentence can also include
paying fines and court costs.
Bradford Middle School Vice
Principal Deborah Parmenter
said that perhaps parents
have forgotten that there is a
compulsory school attendance
law that exists, Florida Statute
984.151.
"Furthermore, when students
skip a lot of days and then
come back to school, they


feel awkward and out of place
because they have missed so
much. Then we are faced with a-
student that will likely continue
to be truant or perhaps even
drop out," said Parmenter.
Bradford County juvenile
officer Jim Gill feels it would
be a shame -to get to a point
where parents are required to
attend court.
"Losing household benefits,
being fined or getting sentenced
to jail time. is a high price to
pay for parents that continue to
allow their child to be truant.
And for the students. the) get
behind and no longer have the
mindset to receive the education
that they need," said Gill.
Judge Phyllis Rosier,


frustrated by the continual
problems with truancy in
Bradford County, called a
meeting in chambers to get
school officials and members
of the police and sheriff's
department together to
brainstorm ideas.
Using his past experience
working for an :out of state
school district, Bradford Middle
School Principal Jeff Cable was
able to bringing some ideas on
' what type of program standards
Sere needed to get a handle on
the problem.
Also, Parmenter looked
into the success of the truancy
program that is currently being
implemented in Union Count\
schools.


Parmenter said that Bradford
County educators want kids to
get on the right track early in
the school year, not give up and
drop out altogether.
In January 2006, Assistant
Superintendent Rick Ezzell sent
a letter to parents and guardians
notifying them that Bradford
County intends to enforce its
attendance policy. According
to the letter, Florida Statute
1003.33 requires attendance
and school participation to
be part of a student's grading
process. : r .. i '
School computer s\ stems are
automatically) programmed to
gile a letter grade according
to the number of unexcused
absences a K-12 student has


Outgoing school board members Bobby Carter and James Watson were presented
plaques by Superintendent Harry Hatcher.


Taking the oath of office
(I-r) are new school
board members David
Smith and Stacey
Shuford Creighton, and
returning school board
member Jesse Moore.
Moore was appointed
chairman of the board,
and Randy Jones was
appointed vice chairman.


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during a 9-week grading,
period. The computer system
will not allow' a teacher to enter
a higher grade value.
Five to six unexcused
absences during a grading
period, will result in the
computer automatically giving
the student a grade of 79, which
is a C.
Seven to nine unexcused


absences will change the letter
grade to a 69-and 10 or more
will result in a 59, which is
an F
For kindergarten students,
seven to nine unexcused
absences will prompt the grade
"N". and grade "U", for any
absences o er 10.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION AS
PROVIDED FOR IN THE
CITY OF STARKE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE
BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuant to the City of Starke Land Development
Code, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the
Land Development -Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments concerning a
special exception, as described below, will be heard
by the Board of Adjustment of City of Starke, Florida,
at a public hearing on December 14, 2006 at 7:30
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the Bradford County Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room located at 945-F North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
SE-06-2, a petition by Shawn Jenkins, to request a
Special Exception be,granted as provided for in
Section 4.99.3 (F) of the Land Development,
Regulations to allow for new residential uses .in
conjunction with a commercial use, provided that the
residential and commercial uses occupy the same
building or structure in a B-2 zoning district in
accordance'with a petition dated October 19, 2006, to
be located on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section 28, Township 6
South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as follows:
Parcel Numbers: 03104-0-00000, located at 112 E.
Call Street, Starke, Florida.
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, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the date of the
above referenced public hearing.:
,At'the-aforementioned public hearing, all interest'ed-
parties- may appear.,to. be- heard- with respect t'o the.
special exception.
Copies of the special exception application are
available for public inspection at the Office of the
Director of Zoning, Planning, and Building, County
Courthouse located at 945-F North Temple Avenue,
North Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal
any decision made at the above referenced public
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.









Nov. 30, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 5A


SES announces November Terrific Kids


Starke Elementary School recently announced its Kiwanis Terrific Kids for the month
of November 2006. They are (not in order): Dylan Teston, Tyesha Oliver, Tyler
Stephens, Chelsea Becker, Brooke Lynn Gowens, Te'von Lee, Jontrell Evans, Lacie
Kersey, Madison Bennett, Dylan Blanchett, Katelyn Massey, Hayleigh Newham, Kaylie
Whitehead, Micah Wright, Kristin Canida, Dallin Woods, Rachel Polk, Katie Griffis,
Andrew Hammond, Amanda Hall, Christin Hopkins, Dominick Davis, Shelby Skelly,
Krista Scott, Hyrum Barber, Akash Gosai, Morgan Bush, Kimberly Canady, Darian
Crews, Miriam Nichols, Jamie Mosely, Taylor Griffith, Lindzie Gray and Christy
McCarthy.


Christmas

concert
presented by

school bands-
. A Christmas concert will be
presentedby Bradford High
School and Bradford Middle
School, bands. Holiday music
will be featured.
The concert will be held on
.Tuesday. Dec. 5, at 6.30 p.m.,
in the BHS auditorium.
The concert is free and the
public is invited.'
Refreshments will be served
following the concert.


NAACP to-

meet twice in

December
The Bradford County branch
of the NAACP will hold
election of officers on Monday.
Dec. I I, from 5-7 p.m., at 427
N. St. Clair St. in Starke,
across from True Vine
Outreach Ministries.
The regular monthly meeting
% ill be held on Monday, Dec.'
18, at 7 p.m.
Contact an officer or member
to renew your membership.
--For information contact Pat
Smith at 1904) 782-3023 or
Sheryl Crabiree at (904) 964-
9880.


WORTH NOTING I
The Bradford County Veteran
Service. Officer days of service are
Tuesdays'and Thursdays. from 8
am. to 5 p.m For inquiries, please
call (904) 966-6385


Fast track
criminal

justice degree
offered
Lake City Communilt
College is offering a limited
access program for 25 students
in a ne" fast track criminal
justice technology. as a
corrections associate in science
degree beginning in January
2007 at Union Counts High
School i.night and online
classes).
This degree option offers
corrections officers and
correctional classification
officers an opportunity. to .
complete an associate in-
science degree in 16 months
with no previous college,
experience. This ;minimester
program, is unique in. that a
group ,of, corrections ..and
correctional classification
officers %\ill join the program ,
together, attend the same
oni'ne and classroom courses,
and graduate as a class.%
This will be a demanding
program requiring th'e studefit'
to complete,, t\o\ ) college-..
classes every six to eight-


weeks Students enrolled in
this program M ill be classified
as full-time students.
Financial aid support ill be
available for those ho
qualify. The application
deadline is Thursday, Dec. 7.
Contact the Criminal Justice
Training Center at 0386,1 75-4-
4391, bN e-mail at
brownd@lakecivycc.edu. or
visit the college's Web site at
www.lakeciticc.edu for more
information.


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Happy Birthday to my two Favorite Guys!
,November 30


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ILLEGALS


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 Countywioe Fire Department
would look like so we could
implement or tailor to meet the
unique needs of Bradford County.
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 stabton.
d. What would be the most effective
organizational structure that would
use both the full time and volunteer
tire lighters 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 thne
Office ol 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
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


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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
ANNIEF. BYRD.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
COMPLAINT TO FORECLOSE.
MORTGAGE has I been filed
regarding real property in Bradford
County, Florida, in the above style
Court and you are required to serve a
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
tile 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.
RAY NORMAN,
.'CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk


John S. Cooper
" Cooper and Adamec
100 West Call Street
Starke, Flonda 32091
(904) 964-4701


11/164tchg 127


NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF
NURSING
IN RE: The license to practice
nursing
Rhonda Kay Thomas, L P N.
6484 Northwest CR-229-A
Starke, Florida 32091
and
511 Center Street
Starke, Flonda 32091
CASE NO.: 2005-51405
LICENSE NO.: 1261281
The Department of Health has filed
an Administrative Complaint against
ou, 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
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 days 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.
11/164tchg.12/7
PUBLIC AUCTION
C&C Mini Storage will have a public
auction on Dec 2, 2006. at 10 a.m., at
Handi-House Portable Buildings at
-1.6j0,.-US-301, Starke -.
1.-44 Mart Cravford ...
-, -47 Slhron Hendrieth .-.. -
2-38 Sharon Dell
2-35 Cecil Underwood
1-76 Robert Keeling
2-2A Nancey Roberts
11/232tchg. 11/30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO. 04-2006-CP-106
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
AUGUSTUS SEWARD
HARRISON, JR.
Deceased. '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
AUGUSTUS SEWARD
HARRISON, JR., deceased, whose
date of death was September 23,
2006, File Number 04-2006-CP-106,
is pending in the Circuit Court for:
Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division. the address of which is 945


N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney,
are set forth below. .
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands ]
against decedent's estate, on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF 'q
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER 1i
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A 8
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON 2
THEM.
All other creditors ol the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate n
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST b
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. '/
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN o
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH .
IN SECTION 733 703 OF THE o
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME 1
PERIOD SET FORTH. ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. .i
The date of first publication of this,
notice is: Nov. 23,2006.
ALAN SEWARD HARRISON
Personal Representative
244 Adelaide Street '
DeBary, FL 32713
Gary S. Wrighl, Esq.
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 0509655
Gary S.Wright, P.A.
465 Summerhaven Drive #C .
DeBa y, FL 32713 ,
Telephone: (38) 753-0280
Fax: (386)668-5880
11/232tchg. 11/30 W
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR BRADFORD 1
COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
CIVIL DIVISION .
CASE NO.: 04-2006-CA-0201
COUNTRYWIDE'HOME LOANS.
INC.,
Plaintiff, ,
vs
ROBERT RAAB
A/K/A ROBERT J. RAAB, et alt,
Defendants. ,
NOTICE. OF FORECLOSURE
SALE -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of 0
Foreclosure dated the 15th day of ,V
November, 2006, and entered in )
Case No. 04-2006-CA-0201, of the ,
Circuit Court of the 8TH Judicial
Circuit in and for Bradford County,
Florida, wherein COUNTRYWIDE ;
HOME LOANS. INC. is the Plaintiff,
and ROBERT RAAB A/K/A ROBERT <
J. RAAB; MERCANTILE BANK
F/K/A CNB NATIONAL BANK; '
KAREN BUHLER RAAB A/K/A '
KAREN J. BUHLER A/K/A KAREN .
RAAB; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS \
UNKNOWN TENANT (S) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are defendants. I will ;3
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the EAST FRONT DOOR at .
the Bradford County Courthouse, in :.
STARKE, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the 18th day of December, 2006, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit"
EXHIBIT ; ., ,.
Legal Description As Shown On
Mortgage: THE NORTHEAST a
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST
QUARTER OF SECTION 24, ,r
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 21 r
EAST, LESS THE NORTH 462
FEET AND THE SOUTH 198 FEET I
OF THE SAID NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST .
QUARTER. ALL OF SAID LAND ;
LYING AND BEING IN SECTION ,
24, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE "
21 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, a
FLORIDA.. ;
LESS AND EXCEPT A PARCEL OF a
LAND LYING IN THE NORTHEAST
1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 7 'e
SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, 3
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLOWSee LEGALS, p. 6A


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Continued from p. 5A
COMMENCE AT AN IRON PIPE
FOUND AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST
1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 .AND
RUN SOUTH 01020'32 EAST,
ALONG THE EASTERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF, 462.02
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88012'05"
WEST PARALLEL WITH THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
SAID NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
SOUTHWEST 1/4, A DISTANCE
OF 21.99 FEETTO AN IRON ROD
SET ON THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF SOUTHWEST 75TH
STREET (A COUNTY-GRADED
ROAD) 'FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM POINT OF
BEGINNING THUS' DESCRIBED
RUN SOUTH 0247'027 :EAST
ALONG 'SAID WESTERLY
BOUNDARY, 210.00 FEET TO A
SET IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH
88012'05" WEST, PARALLEL WITH
SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY,
415.00 FEET TO:A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE NORTH 01 47'02" WEST,
PARALLEL WITH SAID WESTERLY
BOUNDARY, 210.00 FEET TO A
SET IRON ROD: THENCE NORTH
8812'05" EAST, PARALLEL WITH
SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY,
415.00.FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. ABOVE DESCRIBED
PARCEL CONTAINING 2.00
ACRES, MORE OFLESS'.
LESS AND EXCEPT A PARCEL OF
LAND LYING IN THE NORTHEAST
1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 7
SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: ., 'c.-
COMMENCE AT AN IRON PIPE
FOUND AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST
1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 AND
RUN SOUTH 01020'32" EAST,
ALONG THE EASTERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF, 914.01
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 8825'42"
WEST, PARALLEL WITH THE
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
SAID NORTHEAST 114 OF
SOUTHWEST 1/4, A DISTANCE
OF 18.50 FEET TO AN IRON ROD
SET ON H THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF SOUTHWEST 75TH
STREET (A COUNTY GRADED
ROAD) FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH
01047'02" EAST, ALONG SAID
WESTERLY BOUNDARY, 225.00
FEET TO A FOUND IRON ROD;
THENCE SOUTH 88025'42" WEST,
PARALLEL WITH THE
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
SAID NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
SOUTHWEST 1/4, A DISTANCE
OF 516.33 FEET TO A SET IRON
ROD; THENCE NORTH 41 32'43"
EAST, 308.23 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD; THENCE NORTH
88025'42" EAST, PARALLEL WITH
SAID SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY,
304.82 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. '.:
ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
CONTAINING 2.12 ACRES, MORE
OR LESS..
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.
Person with Disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the ADA Coordinator at (904)
374-3639 Voice/TDD or Via Florida
Relay Service at 800-955-8771 at 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091.
Dated this 16th day of November,
2006.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of The Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW49'h Street, Suite 120,
,. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1 -800-441 -2438,
11/232tchg. 11/30.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No: 04-2006-CP-0111
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE. ESTATE OF
JOHN M. COYLE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
JOHN M. COYLE, deceased, Case
Number: 04-2006-CFP-0111, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Bradford County4,Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Courthouse, 945 N.
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below..
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been served,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED:
The date of the first publication of this


Notice is Nov.30,2006.
Personal Representative
Paul D. Newell
P.O. Box 1369
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Paul D. Newell, P.A.
P. O. Box 1369
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Florida Bar Number: 134389
Phone Number: (352) 473-4928
Fax Number: (352) 473-0358
11/30 2tchg. 12/7
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
FIND THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENTS) IN


COMPLIANCE DOCKET NO.
06-1-NOI-0405-(A)HI)
The Department.gives notice of its
intent to find the Amendment(s) to the
Comprehensive Plan for the City of
Starke, adopted by Ordinance No(s).
2006-0470 on September 26,2006, IN
COMPLIANCE, pursuant to Sections
163.3184, 163.3187 and 163.3189,
F.S.
The adopted City of Starke
Comprehensive Plan Amendrnent(s)
and the Department's Objections,
Recommendations and Comments
Report, (if any), are available for
public inspection Monday through
Friday, except for legal holidays,
during normal business hours, at the
City of Starke,Cy Clerks Office,
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida 32091.
Any affected person, as defined, in
Section 163:3184, F.S., has a right to
petition for an administrative hearing
to challenge the' proposed agency
determination that the Amendment(s)
to the City of Starke Comprehensive
Plan are In Compliance, as defined in
Subsection, 163.3184(1), F.S. The
petition must be filed within twenty-
one (21) days after publication of this
notice, and must include all of the
information and contents described in
Uniform Rule 28-106.201, F.A.C. The
petition must be filed with the Agency
Clerk, Department of Community
.Affairs, 2555 Shumard Oak
Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-2100, and a copy mailed or
delivered to the local government.
Failure to timely tile a petition shall
constitute a waiver of any right to ,
request an administrative proceeding
as a petitioner under Sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S if a petition
is filed, the purpose of the
administrative hearing will be to
present evidence and testimony and
forward a recommended order to the
Department. If no petition is filed' this
Notice of Intent shall become final
agency action.
If a petition is filed, other affected
persons may petition for leave to
intervene in the proceeding. A petition
for intervention must be filed at least
twenty (20) days before the final
hearing and must include all of the
information and contents descnbed in
Uniform Rule 28- 106.205, F.A.C. A
petition for leave to intervene shall be
filed at the Division of Administrative
Hearings. Department of
Management Services, 1230
Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-3060 Failure to
petition to intervene within the
allowed time frame constitutes a
waiver of any right such a person has
to request a hearing under Sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S.. or to
participate in the administrative
hearing.
After an, administrative .hearing
petition is timely filed, mediation is
available pursuant to Subsection
163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any affected
person who is made a party to the
proceeding by filing that request with
the administrative law judge assigned
by the Division of Administrative
Hearings. 'The choice of mediation
shall not affect a party's rightto an
administrative hearing.
.Mike McDaniel, Acting'Chief
Office of Comprehensive Planning
S Division of Community Planning
., Department of Commundity Affairs
S 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
STallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
11/30 ltchg.

SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 04-2006-CA-442
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK,
FA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY E. LINDSEY, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
foreclosure dated the 21st day of
November, 2006, and entered in
'Case No. 04-2006-CA-442, of the
Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial
Circuit in and for Bradford County,
Florida, wherein WASHINGTON
MUTUAL BANK, FA is the Plaintiff
and MARY E. LINDSEY; TIMOTHY
G. LINDSEY A/K/A, TIMOTHY
GLENN LINDSEY A/K/A-TIM G.
LINDSEY; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANT (S) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the EAST FRONT DOOR at
the Bradford County Courthouse, in
STARKE, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the 18th day of December, 2006, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
EXHIBIT "A"
Parcel 1
A parcel of land lying in the
Southwest corner of Lot 59 in
"WOODLAWN" according to the plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, page
17, of the Public Records of Bradford
County, Florida, in the Southwest 1/4
of Section 31, Township 5 South,
Range 22 East; being. particularly
described as:
Commence at a 1/2" iron pipe located
at.the southeast corner of the
Southwest 1/4 and run South
8952'43" West along the South
boundary thereof a distance of 929.33
feet to a found concrete monument
located on the Southwesterly
boundary of the right-of-way of State
Road 16, for the point of beginning.
From the point of beginning thus
described, run North 3503'15 West
along said Southwesterly boundary at
a distance of 147.90 feet to a set 1/2"
rebar, thence run South 89o52'43"
West a distance of 316.71 feet to a set
of 1/2" rebar; thence run South
00004'26" West a distance of 121.25'
feet to a set 1/2" rebar located on the
South boundary of the aforesaid SW
1/4. Thence run East to right-of-way
of State Road 16 and point of
beginning.
TOGETHER WITH a 1994,
Fleetwood/Stonecreek (40x56) with
Serial Number
FLFLR70A/B/C22360SK.
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.
Person with Disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the ADA Coordinator at (9040
374-3639 Voice/TDD or Via Florida
Relay Service at 800-955-8771 at 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
2006.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of The Circuit Court
By: Cardl Williams
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson


1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954)453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441 -2438
11/30 2tchg. 1217

'PUBLIC AUCTION
RON DENMARK MINI STORAGE
will hold a Public Auction on Friday,
Dec. 15,2006, at 10:00 a.m., at 2117
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Fla. on
the following storage units containing
personal items:
#31 D. ADAMS
#56'- L'HALL
#73- M.KEY .
11/302tchg. 12/7

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE
TOWN OF BROKER
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF BROKER, FLORIDA,
SERVING AS THE PLANNING AND
ZONING BOARD OF THE TOWN
OF BROKER, FLORIDA AND
THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY
OF THE TOWN OF BROKER,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that, pursuant to Section
163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida
Statutes, and the Town of Brooker
Land Development Regulations,
Shereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Regulations,
comments, objections and
recommendations concerning an
amendment to the Town of Brooker
Comprehensive Plan,; hereinafter
referred to as the Comprehensive
Plan, will be heard by heard by the Town

Council of the Town of Brooker,
Florida, serving as me Planning and
Zoning Board o tthe Town of Brooker,
Florida, and the.Local Planning
Agency of the Town bl Brooker,
SFlorida, at a public earning on
December 19, 2006 at 7-00 p.m.. or
as soon thereafter as the matter can
be heLord, in the Town Council
Meeting Room, Town Hall. located at'
17435 Tetstone Avenue, Brooker,
Florida., .. .
CPA 06-1, an-application by William
E. Woodingion, as agent for Thomas
B. Hamilton II and Beverly Hamilton,
to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map ol the Comprehensive Plan to
change the future land use
classification from COUNTY
AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or
equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)
to RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY'
(less than or equal to 2 dwelling units
per acre) on the property described,
as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 18,
Township 7 South, Range 20 East,
Bradford Counly, Florida Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northeast
corner of said Section 18;'thence
South 0113'58" East, along the East
line of said Section 18, a distance of
379.72 feet to the intersection with the
Southerly right-of-way line of CSX
Transportation, Inc. (formerly
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad), said
point also being the Point of
Beginning; thence continue South
01 13'58" East, convoiuing along said
East line of Section 18. a distance of
950 18 feel: thence South 88 52'42
West 949.00 feet: thence .North
01'13'58" West 251.64 lfet'io the;.
intersection wiin said Southerly righl-
of-way line of CSX Transportation,
Inc., said point being on the arc of a
curve concave Southeasterly; thence
Northeasterly, along said Southerly
right-of-way line of CSX
Transportation, Inc. (formerly
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad),
783.06 feet as measured along the
arc of a curve concave Southeasterly
and having a radius of 1,809.86 feet,,
said arc being subtended by a curve
having a bearing of North 47"30'59"
East and a distance of 776.97 feet, to
the point of tangency; thence North
61'23'37" East, continuing along said
Southerly right-of-way line of CSX
Transportation, Inc. (formerly
Seaboard Coast Line Railrpad),
154.85 feet; thence North 62'17'49"
East, continuing along said Southerly
right-of-way line ,of CSX
Transportation, Inc. (formerly
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad),
253.96 feet to-the Point of Beginning.
Containing 14.50 acres, more or less.
to amend.the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan to
change the future land use
classification from COMMERCIAL to
RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY
(less than or equal to 2 dwelling units
per acre) on the property described,
as follows:


A parcel of land lying in Section 17,
Township 7 South, Range 20 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the
Northwest corner of said Section 17;
thence South 01'"09'45" East, along
the Westerly boundary of- said
Section 17, a distance of 379.72 feet
to an intersection with the Southerly
right-of-way line of the CSX
Transportation Railroad (formerly
Seaboard Coast Line. Railroad);
thence North 62'22'02" East, along
said Southerly right-of-way line of the
CSX Transportation Railroad
(formerly Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad), 58.28 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence continue North
62"22'02" East, along said Southerly
right-of-way line, of the, CSX
Transportation Railroad (formerly
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad),
595 89 feet, thence South 21 37'39"
East 67.48 feet, thence South
04'19'39" East 325.18 feet; thence
North 79 09 16' West 587.75 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 5.48 acres, more or less.
to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan to
change the .future land use
classification from AGRICULTURE
(less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit
per 3 acres) to RESIDENTIAL, LOW
DENSITY (less thanor equal to 2
dwelling units per acre) onh the
property descnbed, as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 17,
Township 7 South, Range 20 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the
Northwest comer of said Section 17;
thence South 01'13'58" East, along'
the West line of said Section 17,a
distance ol 379 72 feet to the
intersection with the Southerly right-
of-way line of CSX Transportation,
Inc., i6ormerly Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad); thence North 62 17'49"
, East, along said Southerly right-of-
way line of CSX Transportation, Inc.,
(formerly Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad), 407.26 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence continue North
62"17'49" East, continuing along said
Southerly right-of-way line of CSX
Transportation, Inc., -(formerly
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad),
246.91 feet; thence South 21 "41'52"
East 67.48 feet; thence South
04'23'52" East 325.18 leet; thence
South 79 1329" East 103.32 feet;
thence South 02"00 50, East 834.63
feel, thence South 8905'25" West
359.59 feet, thence North 02"00'50"
, West 1,131.98 leet to the Point of
Beginning. -
Containing 9.00 acres, moreore or less.
to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan to
change 'the future 'land use
classificationfrom AGRICULTURE
(less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit
per 3 acres) to RESIDENTIAL, LOW
DENSITY (less than or equal to 2
dwelling units per acre) on the'
property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 17,
Township 7 South, Range 20 East,
Bradford County, Florida.n Being
more particularly described, .as
follows: Commence at the
Northwest comer of said Section 1'7;
thence South 02113'58' East, along
the West line of said Section 17, a
distance of 379.72 feet to the
'interec5ti6n with the Southerly right-.
ol-wav line of CSX Transportation.
Inc., (formerly Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad); thence North 62"17'49"
East, along said Southerly right-of- ,
way line of CSX Transportation, Inc.,
(formerly Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad), 654.17 feet; thence South
21'41'52" East 67.48 feet; thence
South 04'23'52" East 325.18 feet;
thence South 79'1329'".East .103.32
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
continue South 79"13'29' East 277.10
feet; thence South 02"00'50" East
778.50 feet; thence South 89'05'25"
West 270.28 feet; thence North
02'00'50" West 834.63 'feet to t e
Point of Beginning.
Containing 5.00 acres, more or less.
to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the, Comprehensive Plan to
change the future land use
classification from AGRICULTURE
(less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit
per 3 acres) to RESIDENTIAL, LOW
DENSITY (less than or equal to 2
dwelling units per acre) on the
property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 17,
Township 7 South, Range 20 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the
Northwest crnmr of said Section 17;


thence South 01"13'58" East, along
the West line ol said Section 17, a
distance of 379.72 feet to the
intersection with the Southerly right-
of-way line of CSX Transportation,
Inc., (formerly Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad) an the Point of Beginning;
thence North 62'17'49" East, along
said Southerly right-of-way line of
CSX Transportation, Inc., (formerly
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad).
407.26 feet; thence South 02'00'50"
East 1,131.98 feelt: thence South
89'0525" West 38001 feet to the
intersection with the West line of said
Section 17, thence North 01'13'58
West, along the West line of said
Section 17, a distance 9f 948.20 feet
to the Point of Beginning. ,
Containing 8.90 acres, more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or mo'e 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 calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing. .
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appearto.
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 personsare a 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.
wreo 11/302tichg. 1217
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE TOWN
COUNCIL OF THE TOWN
OF BROKER, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
.enactment by the Town Council of the
Town of Biooker, Florida, at a public
hearing on December 19, 2006 at
7:00p.m.; or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the Town
Council Meeting Room, Town Hall,
located at 17435 Tetslone Avenue,
Brooker, Florida. Copies of the
ordinance may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the Town Clerk, Town Hall, located .
at 17435 Tetstone Avenue, Brooker,
Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-03
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN
OF BROKER, FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE TEXT OF THE
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS OF. THE TOWN
OF BROKER, AS AMENDED; BY
ADDING A NEW SECTION 14.17,'
ENTITLED PROPORTIONATE
FAIR-SHARE TRANSPORTATION '
PROGRAM: PROVIDINGG
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; 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 decisions 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.
11/302tchg. 12/14

NOTICE OF SECOND
PUBLIC HEARING
THE CITY OF LAWTEY will be
conducting its second public hearing
concerning an Amendment to the
Text of the Land Development
Regulations. The meeting will be held -
at Lawtey City Hall on December 4,
2006. at 7:00 p.m., or as soon


thereafter as possible. All interested -
persons are invited to attend.
11/301 tchg.
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
OF LAWTEY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
proposed ordinance #06-06 whose
title appears below, will be
considered for enactment by the City
Council of Lawtey, on December 4,,
2006, at 7:00 .p.m., or. as soon
thereafter that may be heard at City
Hall, Lawtey, Florida. A copy of the
proposed ordinance may be
inspected by any member of the -
public at City Hall; Lawtey, Florida.
Anyone wishing to be heard should
attend the meeting.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAWTEY, FLORIDA, AMENDING N
THE TEXT OF/ THE LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
OF THE CITY OF LAWTEYR AS
AMENDED; BY ADDING A NEW ,.
SECTION .14.17, ENTITLED
PROPORTIONATE FAIR-SHARE-
TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM.
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY.
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN "
..CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN :
EFFECTIVE DATE.
11/30 ltchg.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC .
HEARING OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,
FLORIDA
'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
SECOND PUBLIC HEARING is
scheduled for Tuesday, December 5,
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
Nortn Thompson Street, Starke, ;::
Florida. On the date above- ,
mentioned, all interested parties may
appear and be heard with respect to
the proposed Impact Fees
11/301tchg. .:

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FORF,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO. 04-2006-CP.000083 '
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RICHARD ALFRED WOLF, .
Decedent .
NOTICE OF H
ADMINISTRATION '
THE ADMINISTRATION of, the.
Estate of RICHARD ALFRED
WOLF, deceased, Case Number 04-
2004-CP000083 Is pending in the
Circuit Court for Bradford County, -
Florida, Probate Division,. the :
address of which is Bradford County ;
Courthouse, Post Office Drawer B, ,,
Starke, Florida 32091. The name and
address of the personal
representative and ihe personal
Representative s attorney are set forth
below.
.All INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this Notice is .,
served who have objections that
challenge the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal ':
representative, venue, or jurisdiction
of thisCourt are required to file their '
objections with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY :30) DAYS AFTER ,
'THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
'COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against Decedents estate on whom a
copy of this Notice is served within
three months after the date of the first
publication of this Notice must file
their claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OF THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT- SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED..
The date of first publication of this
notice is: Nov. 30, 2006.
RICHARD A. WOLF
1644 15th Street North
St Petersburg, Fla. 33714
Personal Representative
JOHN LYON BROLING
Florida Bar Number 0096059
BROWN & BROLING
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Florida 32091
Voice: 904-964-8272
Fax: 904-964-3796
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Speedy, low-cost flu shots at fairgrounds Tuesday


The Bradford County Health
Department will provide flu
shots at the counts fairgrounds
in partnership sith other
community organizations on
Tuesday, Dec. 5, from' 9-11:30
a.m. .
The effort %ill take place
alongside a mock flu pandemic
exercise conducted by
Bradford Count\ Emergency


Management and local law
enforcement.
This exercise will provide the'
public an opportunity to receive
this, important vaccine quickly
with minimal wait times.
The special clinic will be
held at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds on U.S. 301 to
alleviate wait times, encourage
greater participation and


educate the general public about
the importance of receiving the
flu vaccine prior to the start of
flu' season.
The Centers for Disease
Control has initiated a public
information campaign ,to
encourage people to take
advantage of the opportunity to
reduce the risk of this disease.
and the Bradford County Health


Department encourages citizens
to see their private physician or
attend the clinic on Dec. 5. ,
. "We are excited to; have
the chance o- join with our
community partners in helping
make Bradford County
healthier." said Winifred
Holland. administrator of
the Bradford Counti Health
Department.


Recycling changes under way


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The New' River Regional.
Landfill is carrying out changes-
in its recycling program of
which the public needs to be
aware.
The changes are the
results of cuts in the program
designed to sase the landfill
moneN. Once the changes are
fully implemented, glass will
no longer be accepted; new
containers %sill be placed at
solid waste collection sites,
still receiving the recyclables,
although other collection sites
may no longer continue to
collect recyclables at all.
In October. landfill staff
ordered new containers that
%%ill esentually1 be placed
at collection sites. These.
containers can be lifted with a


front 16ader truck the landfill
purchased for the purpose.
This change will mean fewer
employees are required to
collect the recyclable material
dropped off at the solid \\aste
centers. .
No% ember sa%\ nes\ containers
for cardboard rec. cling placed
at the collection centers as the\
arrived.
'Throughout December
and January, the landfill will
be taking up the cardboard
recycling bins used b\
businesses and replacing
them sinth new containers.
Commercial customers have
been notified that ihe \ will be
charged $20-$35 a month for
container rental, depending
on frequency % of pickup. The
re\ enue \ ill help offset the cost
of the change er.
Separate containers will be


-a-ailable at the solid waste'
collection centers to recycle
cardboard and newsprint.
There "ill be a single container
for steel and aluminum cans,
as well as recyclables plastic
containers.
. The containers for newsprint.
and aluminum, steel and plastic,
s ill be placed at the collection
sites in February as the igloos
.present no\\ are removed.
The goal is to have all
changes take place b\ March.
New Ri\er Solid Waste
Association E\ecuti\e Director
Darrell O'Neal explained
there isn't a market for glass
and it's e\pensise to collect,
which is wh\ the board that
runs the landfill has chosen to
discontinue rec cling it.
The board also discussed
ending recycling altogether at
the following collection sites:


In Bradford Counts: y
Lawtey,. Sampson Lake and
Brooker.
In Union County: Palestine
and Worthington Springs.
In Baker County: Olustee.
Sanderson, CuN ler and Baxter.
These sites historically sas
the least amount of recyclable
materials collected and are
the most remote sites in the
three counties. O'Neal said
recyclables would still be
collected there through at least
February, since those will be
the last igloos picked up.
Somerec\clingmaN becarried
out at those sites depending on
the availability of and room for
the nesw containers.
The changes are expected
to save the landfill more than
$211,000 oser the first \ear of
implementation.


Starke exploring all garbage options


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The cits of Starke "ill,
explore all of its options with
regard to garbage disposal before
renes ing its contract w ith Waste
.Management
Negotiation oser extending
that contract must begin b)
January. At the same time, the
city commission has decided to
advertise for new proposals to see
who else is interested in operating
the franchise.'
If it fails to find someone to
do the job for a reasonable price.
the citr may take oser garbage
collection.
Mayor Carolyn. Spooner said
there had been service problems
with Wafe Manfage1iemnt.Among.
those is',theincoin-ifiit cuibsite "
pickup of 3ard waste, a problem
that prompted the cit\ to spend
$150.000 on a truck ith a grapple
that could pick up trash.
'There's been some concern,
particularly with the branches




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Continued from p. 1 A

revenue the fair association
receives from the use of its
facilities goes back into
supporting activities like the
fair, FFA and 4-IH.
Crawford said, essentially,
the city wants to make money
off the backs of the south
insolhed in those organizations
by charging a fee to outside
Businesses and organizations
, whose rental fees to the fair
association help fund the
fairgrounds and community
events.'
Crawford said the fair
board doesn't understand
why the city feels it needs
that fee when they've never
provided anm thing for the fair
association. The association has
always coordinated planning
for security with the city and
paid the city for those services,
taken care of its own garbage
pickup, etc.
Up until a few years ago, the
fair board claims it operated
unimpeded by the city. Then
the board claims it began
to experience "unexpected
resistance," which came in the
form of renters being charged
permit, fees or completely
denied permits by the city'
clerk's office.
The city's recently amended
ordinance on peddlers and
transient businesses, originally
approved in 2002, did impose
a licensing fee' as well as
restrictions that prohibited tent
and- similar sales activities.
Nevertheless, Crawford said
the fair association could never
get a satisfactory answer as to
why this was taking place, what
the fee schedule was, etc.
The special events ordinance
approved just weeks ago
goes further by establishing a
process that realistically must
be undertaken months before
an event receives approval from
the city. Crawford said those,
contacting the fairgrounds for


not being picked up in (a timely
manner) and being left for months
and months and months." Spooner
Said.
"It's been an ongoing problem
with Waste Management," said
Operations Manager Ricky
Thompson. "You know, the
branchh' hase to be a certain size
In the end.'the,longer it sits
there, the "orse the cits looks "
E\ en ifane.\tension agreement is
reached ith Waste Management,
the cNit is looking to split yard
waste collection from the contract.
and perform that task on its on n.
shich Thompson indicated %%as.
often already) the case
Spooner asked Thompson
to explore the costs .associated
with Starke taking, over. garbage.,
' -coection-,-eilh r cup- riun oR, A -
\-v ik of'ithV-leQnt' -err cef. '
*c \ willlialso'sk for pr.posais for
others to take oi er the franchise,
with commissioners agreeing to
advertise for proposals.
Commissioner Travis Woods,
who mo' ed to advertise the


use of its facilities, however,
want confirmation they can
hold an'e\ ent in as little as a
week.
The same requirements would
be imposed on anyone having a
special event as defined by the
ordinance, whether it be at the
fairgrounds, conference center
or an\ i\ here else.
According to the fair
association, the city began
requiring permits for certain
events in 2000 when it found
out the fairgrounds may 'be
in the city limits. As it turns
out, Crawford said there is
no record of that annexation
legally taking place.
"My position is do' it,"
Crawford said. "We'll just
declare ourselves not part of
the city, period. And if they
want to take us to court and
shut the fair down, then they
,can do it. We cannot continue
to function, we can't survive
the way we're going now with
the city interfering."
The association doesn't
understand, Crawford said, why
the city needs to approve every.
potential use of the fairgrounds
and charge renters a licensing
fee-sometimes as much as
$1,000 or more.
Something else the fair board
hasn't received answers for is
its skyrocketing utility bill.
Over the past five years, utility
costs have risen more than 200
percent, from $9,744 in 2001 to
'$24,996 in 2005.
The fair association believes
the rising cost of electricity
alone is insufficient explanation
for such an increase. Crawford
said Thompson promised to
help him get to the bottom'of
the increase.
"There's got to be something
bad, bad wrong someplace,"
Crawford said, adding that an
audit may be necessary if the
city operations manager can't
help.,
The city commission has
agreed to a workshop with the
fair association in January.


franchise, specified that companies
should submit alternate proposals
for collecting all waste in the
citN and for collecting household
garbage alone. \s ith the citl taking
o% er %ard %saste.
Commissioner Danny Nugent
also s anted Thompson to
determine the cost and equipment
necessary for the cit, to collect all
garbage. He said the reason the
ciN stopped collecting garbage is
that it couldn't afford to maintain
its equipment.
'City Attorney Tern Brosn
said he recalled a clause in the
contract %ith \Vaste Management


obligating the company, to sell
Starke the equipment it uses to
serve the citr at a "reasonable
price" should the cilt "ant to take
o er the franchise.
Nugent indicated the deciding
factor should be price.
"'If we do go into business doing
garbage pickup, I "ant to make
sure we'ree able to do it at the same
los 'cost. That a\ a it doesn't cost
the taxpayers more moneN than
theN're currently paying." Nugent
said.
Spooner said the post of each
alternative 'sould be %weighed.


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for $12 per shot Indi\iduals
%ith Medicare can present their
identification number and the
charge %ill be billed directly to.
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"We are partnering sith
emergency\ management,
police and other officials to
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The Bradford Count\ School
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distribute this vaccine to the
public, and % e hope people will
take advantage of this special
clinic." said Holland.
For further information.
contact the health deoariment
at (904) 964--7732, ext. 101- or
102: or call Bradford Count\ .
EmergencN Management at.
1904) 966-6336


be held Tuesday, Dec.,12, from
11:30 a.m. to I p m, at First
Baptist Church on Jefferson
Street in Starke
Please R.S.V P. by 'Dec. 7 to
Lila Sellars at t904-) 966-6018
or Jeana Thompson at (904)
964-6800.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A
VARIANCE AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE CITY OF
STARKE FLORIDA LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE
BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE- CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'
that, pursuant to the City of Starke Land Developm'et'
Code, as amended, hereinafter refened to as the
Land Development Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments concerning a
variance, as described below, will be heard by the
Board of Adjustment of the City of Starke, Florida,rat
a public hearing on December 14, 2006 at 7:30 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in
the County Commission Meeting Room, North Wing.
County Courthouse located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida.
V-06-6, a petition by Aaron Rents, Inc., Agent for The
Heritage Operating, LP d/b/a Sawyer Gas to request
a variance be granted as provided for in Section 3-47
A. 1-13 of the Land Development Regulations to
allow a variance from section 6-2 A. 3 (Parking
Requirements) a variance to allow 27 parking spaces
instead of the required 40 parking spaces:
A parcel of land lying within Section 21, Township 6
South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as follows:
Parcel Number: 02428-0-00000
The public hearing.may be continued to one or more
future dates. Any interested party shall be advised
T eat th ae" 'fn^a'rftt'(de of any,cqtou4atiQn.o
p, p ie'leari'g shall,'be annoUnced' di tlngt the-
public hearing and that no further notice concerning
the matter will be published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the date of the
above referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested
parties may appearto be heard with respect to the
variance.
Copies of the variance application are available for
public inspection at the Office of the Director of
Zoning, Planning, and Building, County Courthouse
located at 945 North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starj 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.


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Road improvements

made with state funds


Classic Southern style-Carol Berry, Jacquelyn Totura and many others will
feature antebellum fashions as they help families celebrate an old-fashioned
Christmas during the Home for the Holidays festival in downtown Starke.


Come home for the


Parade, Nativity,
Tour of Homes and
so much more .,
,Starke's fantastical
Tropical Christmas Parade on
Saturday, Dec. 9, is just the
top of a slate of fun holiday'
activities to keep families
entertained throughout the
. afternoon and into the evening.
The organizers of Slarke's
Second Annual Home for, the..
Holidays festi' :il in' ite i',nmlies,
to wander do%%n brick paved
streets and enjoy the friendly
atmosphere as you.visit period
homes, listen to strolling
carolers, sample. scrumptious
seasonal treats, shop %%ith local
retailers, visit with Sanli and
bear witness to a live Nativity.
Following the Christmas
Parade, which begins at 3
p.m., the Starke Woman's Club.
welcomes everyone to their


open house,featuriing Christmas
displays and refreshments. The
clubhouse at corner of H\alnut
and Jefferson streets will be
open from 4:30-7:30 p.m.,
Across the street, a live
Nativity will be performed at
First United Methodist Church
from 5-5:30 p.m. and from
5:30-6 p.m.
Go by Deiimark Furniture
On West Call Street from 5-7
p.m. to( hi\e 'our children's
photo taken with Santa by
professional photographer
Brenda Ihornton. here will
also be rides, games, food and
more fun for the \oungsPers
At the center of the evening's
attractions is the tour of
sever.il of. the historic homes
on WaVlnut Street from 5-7:30
p.m. Homeowners are opening
their doors to offer this unique
opportunity to see inside
their breathtaking houses.


holidays

Participating homeowi
will light their \\alk\" h i
luminaries, but don't forgc
get your tickets at the char
of commerce at 100 E: Cal
Tickets ,are $10 ,
Strolling carolers,a v'arie
vendors, decked out do% ni(
shops and :ll o the above
sure io lielp \ou ;and \our,,
into the holiday\ spiril.
()rganl/ersinl ilc \ouiitc
dow noltOn and 'ilt dil lli
to celebriite (hristiias the
'fashioned "a'\.
Hosts and sponsors inc
Main' Street Starke Inc.;
Kiwanis, Rotary, Altrus:i
Woman's Cluhs of Sla
the city of Starke: the N
Floridi Regional Ch.iin'be
Commerce: FloridaWo
First United Methodist Chu
and the residents of hist
Walnut Street.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Bradford ,has made good
and quick use of some of Ithe
fiscally constrained county
funds granted by the state.
using those funds to accomplish
priority-paving projects.
In September, a .total of
$47,575 Was spent on three
projects:
Repairing a damaged area
on Bradford Avenue bem cenu
North Ward and Norih Fasi
streets in District 5.
Paving Santa Fe Cemetery
I E Road (Southwest 70th Place) In
I)istrict 4.
Restriping C.R. 221 from
US. 3()01 south of Hamptlon.lo1
U.S. 301 north of Hampton. .
Three more fiscally
constrained road projects saiv
completion in Oclober. The
following projects totaled
nearly $80,500.
Paving Northeast 156th
Street (0.15 mile-.) in District.
Pa ing Northeast 21
Avenue (0.3 miles. also in
District 3.
Paving Southeast 36th
Avenue (0.5 miles) in Districi
' ^ 4.
SThe ne\l t w)o coilnly
road projects using fiscall)
ners contained county dollars
(ilh inwolde pa ing North%%esi'
ei to 22.. 3 A.enue J 3 miles) and
nber Northea'.t 1791h Street (0.3
l St. mile,. I'he first lies in District
2. the second in District 'I, and
i ol together the\ will cost nearly
ow n .$91,700. : 7
-are Altogether the projects total
gel nearly\ $220.(00o11hiliemnorelhan
S680 .)(10 in I';'c.illN consiirini ed
ome council ilnolile eiimarked ior
o\\in Bradford (Counly.


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Parade apps available nIow-


The Starke Christmas Parade
is scheduled for 3 p.m. on
Saturday. Dec. 9, rain orshine.
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,


where 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 (hat
no candy can be thrown from
floats or vehicles, although
walkers may hand out candy to
parade viewers along the route.


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.


Starke Christmas Parade route




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Dec. 9.


SHINE needs volunteers

from Bradford County


Do you like to help others
resolve problems? Are you
looking for a flexible volunteer
opportunity that enables you
to make a real difference in
the lives of seniors in your
community? IDo you have
basic computer skills? If you
answered yes to these questions,
then the Florida Department
of Elder Affairs may have the
perfect volunteer position for
you.


Volunteers are needed in
Bradford County for the award-
winning SHINE (Serving
Health Insurance Needs of
Elders) Program. SHINE is a
free, unbiased Medicare and
health insurance information
and counseling program that
helps seniors:
Select a Medicare
prescription diug plan that is
best for them.
*Apply forfree or reduced cost


drugs through pharmaceutical
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Programs.
Learn about Medicare
eligibility and coverage issues,
supplemental policies, and
long-term care options.
Free comprehensive training
is provided in January 2007;
mileage is reimbursed and
lunch is included. Please
contact the Elder Help Line and
tell them you'd like to find out
more about becoming a SHINE
volunteer. Call (800) 262-2243
today.


Focus on the
future
If you are 35 years or older
and have lost financial support,
the D)isplaced Homemaker
Program can help you make the
transition-to the job market.
Free classes and workshops
are offered monthly. A
beginner's course in computers
will be offered Dec. 4-15
at. the Santa Fe Community
College Blount )owntowvn
Center Campus in Gainesville.
Register by Dec. I.
[Iearn the basics of word
processing, e-mail, We3b
navigation, how to complete
a job application online and
more.
Call the Displaced
Homemaker Program at Santa-
Fe Communiity College at (352)
395-5047 to make an intake
screening appointment.

Santa
Breakfast at

Hampton and
Brooker
Hampton PTO will hold a
pancake breakfast, Saturday,
Dec. 2, 2006, from 8:.30-1 I a.m.
Breakfast is $4 and drawing
tickets are $1 each.
There will be lots of door
prizes. Pictures can be made
with Santa. The holiday shop
will be open.
Hampton's Christmas Parade
will follow the breakfast at 11
a.m.
Children and adults can also
have breakfast with Santa at
Brooker Elementary School
on Saturday, Dec. 2, fIrom
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.

Daughters

meet Dec. 4
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National Society,
Daughters of the American
Revolution, will meet Monday,
Dec. 4, at 10:15 a.m. at the
Western Steer Steak House on
U.S. 301 in Starke.
After the meeting, those who
wish to will stay and enjoy
lunch and a time of fellowship.
The Daughters cordially
invite all women whose
ancestors aided in achieving
American Independence to
attend. Come learn about the
National Society )Daughters of
the American Revolution and
its historical, educational and
patriotic activities.
Meetings are typically held
the first Monday of each month
from October to May (except
January when meetings fall on
the second Monday.)
For further information,
please contact Susan Lucas at


Four other road projects
have been completed since
the beginning of the year. two
of which actually began last
year. County 235 and C.R. 18
were resurfaced with more than
$32. million from the Florida
Department of Tiliransporialion.
the county used funds from .
its special road project fund.
($382.181), to coniplete work
on Ihe third and.fourth projects.
Wilson Road and Northwest
841 A enue.
_Work on C.R. 225, fumided
by the staec to the tune of $1.5
million, is pending completion .
Work began on imnolher
county-funded project at
the beginning of October .o)
Soauheast 35t and Southeast
44t\ ($419,933).
Bids were recently accepted
on two more projects The stale
will pave two roads in the Iirst
project Mairklee Starling Road
(Northeast 1851h Streetll and
Luke Road I.Northeast 2811
A enue), which was a" arded
to Hllington Construction for
$1.16 million. I he second
project, which was awarded
to APAC for $1 24 million,
involves the sitae paving
Southwest C.R. 231 (Deedon
State- funds will also pave
Market Road down the line,.
and $1.9 million federal monec
%as awarded to help pa\ for
Southeai 144111 IMullins
(ir.de ) Coulin Manager Jim
('ra iord hals appliedd for grant
funds to supplement the cost of
that project hli'ich is expected
to cost more tlhn $3.6 million
once rig.htl ofl va\ is acquired
lie council is also seeking
additional stile or federal Iluds ,
to overpass lle railroad on
Mullins Grade.


(352) 235-6439 or (904) 688-
0710. or visit www.rootsweb.
. c .oll/-llescc d1.

Workshop
planned by
school board
The Bradford County School
Board will meet forta workshop
on lueesday. Dec. 5,, at 9.a.p"
to di4c'il' I he 1'follo in h g Iopics:
substitute training, the code of
conduct. job descriptions, the,
district organizational chart,
and other pertinent information
and concerns.
The workshop will take place
in the boardroom at the district
offices. For more information,
call (904) 966-6018.

Joyful Voices
presents
Christmas
cantata
The Joyful Voices of
Lawtey are proud to present
"Emmanuel --Celebrating
Heaven's Child." created
by. Joel Lindsey. arranged
and orchestrated by Russell
Mauldin.
This cantata is "a fantastic
35-minute Christmas musical
centered oilon one of the most
recognizable and best-loved
Christmas songs of all time."
The presentation will take
place in the pavilion in Tatum
Brothers Park on Park Street
in Lawtey, Florida'on Sunday,,
December 10, at 3 p.m. The
public is invited.



I CHURCH I
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
KOAfrom 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.,
seven days a week. Proceeds
will be matched by Thrivent
Financial for Lutherans and will
be used for the outreach
ministry.
Pine Hill Church, one mile
past Vo-Tech on Brownlee Rd.,
will host a three-night revival,
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1,
at 7 p.m. Local singers will be
featured on Saturday, Dec.2, at
7 p.m. Regular Sunday services
are at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.;
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Everyone
is invited. For information, call
(904) 964-5425.


Community

Calendar
Nov. 30 (YMCA Founilders'
Smeeting.5:30 p.m.at
the Family Service
Center; (904) 964-9622.

Dec. 1-Starke Christmas
I ree lighting at -
Wainwright Park.6 6
p.m.

Dec. 2-Santa Breakfast
at Brooker Flem.,
8:30-10 30 a.m.

Dec. 2-Santa Breakfast
at Hampton Elem.. -
8:30-11 a.m.a

Dec. 2-Hampton y
Christ mas Parade,
11 a.m.

Dec. 2 &3 .Christmkas
Craft Show. Bradford .
County Fairgrotunds.,

Dec. 4-Bradford County
Commission, 9:30 a.m.
at the courthouse:
(904) 966-6280..

Dec 4 .auglters ofthe
American Revolution.
10:15 a.m. at Western
Steer.

Dec. 4-City of Lawtey.7
pm. at city hall;
(904)7823454.

Dec. 5-LAWTEY
ELECTION

Dec. 5-City of Starke. ,
7 p.m. at city hall.
(904)'964-5027

Dec. 9-Home for the
Holidays in downtown
Starke. Christmas
Parade begins at3 p.m.
followed by pictures
with Santa, a tourof
honies, live Nativity
and more!

Dec. 9-Hampton :
Christmas Party, 4:30
p.m.

Dec. 10-"Emmanuel-
Celebrating Heaven's
Child, a Christmas
cantata presented by
The Joyful Voices of
Lawtey, 3 p.m. at Tatum -
Brothers Park. :

Dec. 11-School Board,
6:30 p.m. at the district
office; (904) 966-6800.

Dec. 11-NAACP, 7 p.m. at:
True Vine Ministries. -,

Dec. 12-City of :
Hampton, 7 p.m.at city?.
hall; (352) 468-1201. -

Dec. 14-NRSWA, 5:30 p.m.H
at the landfill;
(386) 431-1000.

Dec. 16-YMCA Golf -
Tournament, Starke
Golf and Country Club;
(904) 964-YMCA.

Dec. 18-Jan: 2-School's
out for the holiday.

Jan. 3-Students return
to school.


Dec. 19-Town of
Brooker
7 p.m. at community
center; (352) 485-1022.


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,lov. 30, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 9A


Starke Elementary fourth-grade straight A's for the first nine weeks (front, I-r)
Cyrus Cooney, Juwan Jefferson, Richard Cribbs, (middle) Autumn Rodgers,
Lainie Rodgers, Christin Hopkins, Stephanie Wood, (back) John Spencer, Alexus
Eiland, Sabina Watson and Shelby Skelly.


Starke Elementary fifth grade straight A's for the first nine weeks (front, I-r) Khaila
Simmons, Hannah Hildebran, Justin Perry, Haley Sampson, (back) Brandon
McDaniel, Katelyn Graves, Ryann Clemons and Deanna Jordan. Not pictured:
Jared Browning.


Hampton
Elementary
School Straight
A's for the first
nine weeks
in first grade
were (from left)
Bethany Bryan,
Morgan Bradley,
Stephen Howell
and Ashley
Hughes.


Brooker Elementary School straight A's for the first nine weeks were:
(front, from left) Alyssa Byrd, Holden Bell, Savannah Smith, Anna Shealy,
Chase Crawford, Wade Collins, hunter Crawford, Elena Radford, Kara
Hoilman, (back) Jasmine Farmer, Taylor Crosby, Alexia Kelley, Hailey
Prescott, Elin Cornett, Tyler Gainey, Johnathan Williams, Summerlyn Byrd
and Lane Blanton. Not pictured:.Kamryn Williamson.. .... ..... :
, ,' .. + ,/ ,


Hampton
Elementary
School Straight
A's for the first
nine weeks
in third grade
were (from
left) Cheyenne
B ridges,- Chelsea
Caulk and Ethan
Hughes. Not
pictured: Sarah
Glisson.


Hampton
Elementary
School Straight
A's for the first
nine weeks in
fourth grade
were (from left)
Jake Johnson,
Kelsey Yates
and Kristie
Yates.


Straight A's at Lawtey Community School in the first grade for the
first nine weeks grading period were (back row, I-r) Garrison Norman,
Dayshawn Cram, Darrell Card, Dezirae Tabet, Tristan Langkau, Tiana Lee,
(front row, I-r) Jacob Manning, Chase Wilson and Shiann Bradley.
!


Straight A's at Lawtey Community School in the second grade for the
first nine weeks grading period were (1-r) Marcus Patray, Macey Fulgham,
Caitlyn Gilbert, Michael LaFollette and Kacey Norman.


More Straight A's at
Lawtey Community
School in the first
grade for the first
nine weeks grading
period were (back
row, I-r) Kylee
Crawford, Chelsea
Creighton, Emily
Ford, Taylor Griffis,
Hannah Jackson,
(front row, I-r)
Dakota Mathews and
Ja'Brianna Reed.


Trinity Baptist
Church offers
parents a
break
The special needs ministry
of Trinity Baptist Church is
hosting a Parents Day Out.
Take a morning to go Christmas
shopping, go out for lunch, read
a book or just relax.
This Parents Day Out will be
held Saturday, Dec. 16, from
9 a.m. to I p.m. at Trinity
Baptist Church for families
with special needs children and


their siblings. Space is limited,
so reserve you spot now by
picking up and returning a
registration form to Trinity
Baptisi Church, or go to www.
trinitybc.org.
Trinity is located on S.R. 21,
two and a half miles south of
Keystone Heights. For more
information, please contact
the church office at (352) 473-
7261.






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SSection B: Thursday, Nov. 30, 20-06.



Regional ws

News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


BC Extension
hosts goat
workshop
tonight
A 4-H goat nutrition -
workshop will be held tonight-,
Nov. 30, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Bradford County Extension--
Office. Information on
nutrition and general-
maintenance of goats will be.
-presented.
There will be other
workshops.. available, to
complete the series in January
and February.
For more information please
call the Bradford County
Extension Office at (904) 966-
6224.


, Holiday heads
up from
Starke
officials
As the temperatures drop,
firefighters remiiind everyone to
check their 'heaters, fireplaces
and flues before using them.
High winds with no rain
continue the mandatory no
burn ban for the area.
Chief Gordon Smith and the
Starke Police Department
remind everyone to take extra
precautions to help. ensure their
safety and the safety of their.
gifts.
When shopping, take
someone with you if possible.
Park near lights and as close to
the store as possible. Hide any
gifts already purchased so a
potential thief doesn't target
your vehicle while you are
away. Always make sure-your
vehicle is locked.
When returning to the
vehicle, hae the keNs out and.
ready. If you are with a partners'
try to retu.rnto the vehicle ith
them.
Look around to make sure no,
one is following you. Keep
your packages firmly in hand.
If you have.children with you,
please keep a good eye on
them. Contact Margie Hall at
SPD (904) 964-5400 to have
your child K-ID printed.
Officers. ID printed 39-.
children at the Winter Bazaar at
the fairgrounds.
.When you arrive home,
check for serial numbers on
purchases. and -% rite them
down. If a thief does happen to
target your home,-the brand
name, model and serial number
are the police officer's best
friend. Document all
electronics, 'appliances,
bicycles, etc. and keep the
I record in a safe place.


Donate a car
for charity
Cars4chiaities has a unique
opportunity for you to get a
year-end tax deduction and
help one of more than 200
respected charities at the same
-time. Some of the benefiting,
charities include; Breast
Cancer Recovery Foundation,
American Foundation for the
Blind, Autism Speaks, Florida
Association of the Deaf, Harry
Chapin Food Banks of
Southwest Florida.
Donate your unwanted car to
Cars4charities and you'll be
eligible for a tax deduction of
$500 or what the car is sold
for, whichever is greater.
Cars4charities will handle
the. entire donation process,
from start to finish. They'll
turn your unwanted vehicle
into cash and send the entire
net proceeds to the charity you
select from their impressive
list. The process is effortless.
You can complete the entire
process online at
www.cars4charities.org. Your
vehicle will be picked up in a
matter of days, free of charge.
Cars4charities will provide1
you with all the appropriate tax
paperwork you'll need to claim
your deduction. To claim your
2006 deduction, your title must
be signed and postmarked by
Dec. 31, 2006.
Cars4charities accepts many
older cars in Bradford Cotmty-
for donation whether they run
or not. Our requirements are
that the car has a clear title, all


its tires are inflated, and it is
-easily accessible to a tow truck
and has no parts missing. To
donate your car, just yisit
www.cars4charities.org or call


(866) 448-3487 (GIVE-4-US).

Tribute Gift
Program
helps patients
A small rural hospital is


ali'.als in need of more-
funding than it has and Shands
at Starke is no exception. The
Tribute, Gift Program allows
anyone in the community to
help meet the needs of a large
number of patients who use-the
hospital.
Funds donated through the


Tribute CGifProgram are used
to supplement other funding to
purchase needed equipment,
expand the number of.
"community outreach"
programs: (providing,
educational programs related
to health carei-and defray costs
of medical care for people '%ho


.. .are unable to pay. !
The Tribute Gift Program_
can be made in memory of or
in! honor of a loAled one or
respected friend. ;It can be
made to recognize any special
occasion, as a get-well uish
for a patient, etc.
Shands at Starke %\ill notify


the person or organization of
. our choice about our
donaiion.iiust indicate that ou .
want this done and provide the
:address.
There aret o, ways .a gift
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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Nov. 30, 2006


OBITUARIES :


Mary Bennett
LAKE BUTLER Mary
Margaret Lee Bennett, 88, of
Lake Butler, died Wednesday,
Nov. 22, 2006, at Windsor
Manor in Starke following a 14-
year battle with Alzheimer's
disease.
Born in Lulu, on Sept. 18,
.1918, to George W. Lee Sr. and
Annie Adkinson Lee, Mrs.
Bennett was a member of the
First Christian Church. She was a
past member of the Lake Butler
Garden Club. She was a part-time
cosmetic salesperson and school
crossing guard.
Mrs. Lee, is survived by her
children: Janie Ann Dickerson
of, Lake City, Joe Franklin
Bennett of Brandon. Belt\
Margaret Swain of Wellborn. and
Carol Diane Kelley of Lake
Butler; a sister, Ann Wimberle~,
of Lulu. II grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren. She 'was
preceded in death by her husband.
Joseph P. "-J P" Bennett. and a
-son, John Preston Bennett. and
a brother, 'George W. Lee Jr. of
Lake Butler.
Funeral services for Mrs Lee
w-ere No\ 25. 2006. at First
Christian Church in Lake Butler
wstih Brother Arthur Peterson
officiating and Joe F. Bennett,
Jr. assisting Burial followed at
Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.
Memorial contributions may -
be made to Ha\en Hospice of
North Central Florida. 4200
N W. 90th Bl~d., Gainesville.
FL 32065,


Laura Burger
HA\\THORNE Laura Helen
Burger, 57. of Hawthorne died
Sunday, Nov. 26, 2006, at
Shands AGH in Gainesville.
Born in Queens. N Y Mrs.


Mr. Bryant was a U.S. Army
veteran of World War II, and
retired from Seaboard Coastline
Railroad. He was church deacon.
and chief usher emerittu at
Johnson Chapel Missionary
Baptist Church in Gainesville..
Mr. Bryant is survived by:
daughters, Valarie Bryant (who
was also his caregiver) of
Gainesville, Nettie M. Stovall of
.Springfield, Mass., Sarah Bryant
and Clennie M. Price, both of
Gainesville; sons, Walter C.
Bryant Jr., John E. Bryant and
Moses E. Bryant; sisters, Ora M.
Aaron of Riviera Beach, Gladys
Hill,. Annie Bell Tyson and
Mildred Petteway, all of Starke;
eight grandchildren and 22 great-
grandchildren He was preceded
: in death b\ his wife. Elishama
Stroman Bryant and a son, James
Marshall Bryant.
Funeral services for M.r,.
Brvant with military honors "were
Nov. 25. 2006, at Johnson
Chapel Missionary Baptist
Church with the Re\. Samuel R.
Sales officiating. Burial
followed-at Pine Grove Cemetery
under the care of Duncar Brothers
Funeral Home of Gainresville.


Finis Green
HAMPTON Finis Ralph
Green, 49. of Hampton died
suddenly on Monday. Nov. 27,
2006, in St. Johns County.
Born in Nashville, Tenn., on
April 22, 1957. Mr Green was a.
hea\ equipment operator. He
s.rVed in the Florida National
Guard and %%as of the Baptist
faith.
Mr. Green is survived b\. his
wife Myrtice Williamson Green
of Hampton. a daughter. Vanessa
Green Warren of Hampton; a son,
David A. Green of Hampton: two
brothers, Houston Green and
Timmy Green, both of Portland.
Tenn.; six sisters, Clara Stinson
of White House. Tenn.. Brenda


County. He was a member of the
Church of God by Faith and the.
FloridaNational Guard. He retired
after 32 years as a correctional
officer from the state of Florida
Department of Corrections.
Mr. Griffis is survived by. his
wife of 46 years, Patsy Ruth
Thomas Griffis of Starke;' a son,
John C. "Jay" Griffis Jr. of.
Starke; a sister, Donna Hudson of
Atlanta; and one grandchild.
Graveside services for Mr.'
Griffis were Nov. 29, 2006, at
Crosby Lake Cemetery with the
Rev. Charles Starling conducting
the services.


Vernon Estevez
HAMPTON Vernon Leon.
Este\ez, 71, of Hamnpton died&
Monday. Nov. 20, 2006, at
Shands. Starke following 'an
extended illness.
Born in Elizabethtown, '111.,
on Sept. 18, 1935, Mr. Estevez
mfoyed-tooHampton in 2005 from
Dunnellon. He was a retired
superintendent ith the Florida
Di vision of Forestry.
Mr. Estev'ez is sur ed by:
his wife, Jud\ Estevez of
Hampton: two daughters, Anna
Marie of Sylester, Ga., and
Sheri Ann Hall of Interlachen:
three sons, Randall L Este'ez of
Old Town. Shane Esievez of
Sylvester and Daniel L. Hall Jr
of 'Keystone Heights;, a sister,
Patricia A. Hlavsa of \\hire
House, Tenn.; 12 grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren She
--was preceded in death by a son.
Aaron S. Estevez.
Memorial. services for Mr.
Estevez will be held at 2 p.m. on
Sunday, Dec. 3, 2006, at his
residence with pastor John Clark
conducting the services.
Interment will be at a later date
under the care of Jones Funeral-
Home of Starke.


Burger moed to Hawthorne 25 Jones of Lake Butle'r, Theresa aS-n1ey P
years ago from Lakewood, N.J. VojTech of Palm Coast, Bobbie Staney PoWell
She tas a homemaker and was of Fulton of Bowling Green, Ky.,__._.. --HAMPTON Stanle. Denzell
the Episcopal faith.' Bonnie -Summers and Bettll Powell, 88, of Hampton died
Mrs. Burger is surs ised by:. Frale,. both of Portland; and Tuesday. Nov. 21,, 2006. in-
her husband. Richard Lee Burger three grandchildren. Swain County Hospital in,
ot Hawthorne: a son, Richard Funeral services for Mr. Green Bryson City, N'C.
Charles Burger of Hawthorne: a will be held at 2 p.m., on Born in Jackson County, Ky.,
daughter, Christine Pavloski of Thursday, Nov. 30, 2006, in the Mr. Powell lived' -in Dayton,
Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.; a DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Ohio, before moving, to
brother. David Kopp of New Starke %k th brother Brad VojTech Hampton. He worked for the
Jersey; and seven grandchildren, conducting the .service. Duval County School Board and
bMemorial contributions may Interment will follow in Santa Fe as a member of the Church of
be made to the American Cancer Cemeteryfri Jesus Christ Latter Day 'Saints,
Society of which she was a The family-will receive friends He was the son of the late Albert
member. Arrangements by at the funeral home chapel one and*Molly Durham Powell.
Morning Funeral Home of hour prior to the service. 'Mr. Powell is survived by: his
lelrose ..' wife of 29 years, Dothema
riffji[ "Dotvy" Allen Powell; two!

cmojean aUSe STARKE John Carlton "'J.C Jacksonville and Molly Clark of
S T-'-K E-o n C -- Griffis 'Sr., 77'b of Starke died Bry son.'eity; a'snt,,'Guv'Rilhhrd,
67 of S Emoean CadieS u se, Sundayv Nov. 26, 2006, at E.T. Povell of Balley. Ala; a stepson.
7 of0 ta Orde Pay York Hospice Care Center Steven Eric Brown of
26, i2006, at Orange Park following an extended illness. Jacksonville; a sister, Eliza Jane
Medical Center. Born in Baker County on Oct. of Richmond, Ky.; eight
Born in Orange Heights and 9, 1929, Mr. Griffis was a grandchildren and 'one great-
raised in Theressa,-Mrs. Causey lifelong resident of Bradford grandchild. .
retired from the Federal Property
Assistance Warehouse and was a
member of First Christian A
Church of Starke.
Mrs. Cause) is sUrvived by: -0 9 "Vf"W-' 'l" .
four sons. Marty Russell Cause)
:of. Keystone Heights, Brad
Causey, of Lynchburg,.Va., Brett as
Causey of Starke and Sid Causey A .7riegI
of Lake City; a sister, Carlie Mae I
Triest of Theressa; two brothers,
Dennis Hall and Billy Hall, both
of Keystone Heights; and eight just
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband, Willis
C. Cause), two brothers, Bobby
Joe Hall and Gary Eugene Hall,
and a sister, Carolyn Hall.9 ,
,Memorial services for Mrs.
Cdusey were Nov. 29, 2006, at Doze"
First Christian Church of Starke
csith the Rev. Charles Soper
officiating. Archie Tanner 'E
Funeral Home of Starke was in WMiOUR
charge of arrangements. AUGUMiE
Memorial contributions ma) Sh .
be made to First Christian.SERET
Church of Starke: RECIPE


Charlene Ennis 386-325-1871 Jst
KINGSLEY LAKE Charlene bridge In
L. Ennis, 54, of Kingsley Lake, Palatka
died Sunday, Nov. 19, 2006."
Born on Nov. 15, 1952, in 480 S. U.S. HWY. 17, SAN MATEO
Jacksonville to Vincent and Vera



---Lewis, Mrs. Ennis worked as an
elementary school teacher from
1977 to 1'989 for the Bradford
.County school system. She was a
member of Kingsley' Lake
Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by
her father, Vincent Lewis and is
survived by her mother, Vera
Lewis of Kingsley Lake; sons,
Vincent L. Ennis and Adam L.
Ennis, all of Kingsley Lake;
sisters, Terry Ivey, JoAnn Agin
and Christy Reddish; and four
grandchildren.
A memorial service for Mrs.
Ennis was Nov. 22, 2006, at
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
with the Rev. Robbie Best
Officiating.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Kingsley Lake
Baptist Church, 6289 Mary Dot
Lane, Starke, FL 32091.
Friends may register online at
www.b ro adus rain es.com.
Cremation arrangements are
under the care of Broadus-Raines
Funeral Home of Green Cove
Springs.


Walter Bryant
GAINESVILLE Walter
Charlie Bryant Sr., 84, of
Gainesville died Friday, Nov. 10,
2006, at the VA Medical Center
in Lake. City.


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followed .ip Bossque-BeHllo Sanders; a sister, Melissa Turn
Cemeter) in Fernandina Beach hi,s paternal: grandparent
under the care of Archie Tanner Tommy and Margaret Turner
Funerarliome of Starke. Tupelo -and his maiern
grandmother. Shirle\ Tackeii


Glen Reddish
PACE Glen Reddish, 67, of
Pace died Monday, Nov. ;20,
2006.
.Born in Starke on Dec. 23.
S1938, to Perct and Ruth Reddish.
Mr;. Reddish lived in Escambia
and Santa Rosa County for many
years He retired from Monsanto
in 1996 after 34 years. He was a
member of Olive Baptist Church.
Mr. Reddish is survived b,:
his wife, Linda Reddish: a son
Chris Reddish; a daughter,
Ashle3 Bailey; six brothers,
Drew Reddish. Dolph Reddish.
\ ernon Reddish, Jimmy Reddish,
Michael Reddish and John
Reddish,
Funeral services for Mr.
Reddish were Nov. 25, 2006, at.
Oli\e Baptist Church with Dr. -
Ted Traylor officiating.
Interment followed in Bayview
Memorial Park Mausoleum.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Olise Baptist Church
Building Fund or a favorite
charity. Faith Chapel Funeral
Home North in Cantonment &as
in charge of arrangements.

Gerald Turner
LAKE BLITLER Gerald Lynn
Turner, 22. of Tupelo, Miss.,
died suddenly on Thursday, No%.
23'. 2006. He was visitingg
relatives for the holiday.
Born in Tupelo, Miss., and
spent most of his life in the
Eggville Community, Mr. Turner
was the youth minister at
Freevw ill Baptist Church in
Tupelo, where he was also a
member.
Mr. Turner is sur\i\ed b\ his
wife of three months. Maci


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Wanda Truman
STARKE Wanda Lee Truman.
73, of Starke died Monda%. No\.
27, 2006, at her residence.
Born in Left Hand, .W.Va.,
Mrs. Truman moved to Starke in
1981. She was a homemaker and
was of the Pentecostal faith
.Mrs. Truman is sursi\ed by:
two daughters. Dorothy Truman
and Connie Combs, both of
Starke; a sister, Norma Nichols
of Spencer. W.Va.: fi\e brothers.
Jr. Drake and Paul Drake. both of
Left Hand. Bob Drake of
Parkersburg, W \'a.. Roger Drake
of Ohio and Roy Drake of Lake
Butler: two grandchildren and
twso great-grandchildren She was
preceded in death b. her husband,
Dennis Truman
Funeral ser ices for Mr.
Truman %%ill be held on Saturday,
Dec 2, 2006, in the chapel of
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke with the Re%. Archie
Smith officiating %with burial in
Dedan Cemetery.
. The family will receive friends
on Friday Dec. 1. 2006. from 7-
9 p m at the funeral home


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alnd The-fauillfv .'J'J,. nne Aaude Crosby
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As ie sit here thinking how soon
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Remembering all the good times.
.,in how we tt anied yoiu to stay
Ii broke our hiearis to lose \ouid
but you did not go alone.
For part of usn ent with you the
day Je sis called y'ou home
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name
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things will never be the sante.
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Teachers show parents benefits of VPK program
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BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN,
Telegraph Staff Writer
Lake Butler Elementary
School recently held a
workshop for parents and
guardians of prekindergarten
students.
The purpose of the
workshop was to. show the
benefits and expected
outcomes of the state-
mandated voluntary pre-
kindergarten program.
A main focus of the
voluntary pre-K program is to
utilize activities that greatly
improve. a child's ability to
become ;a successful reader
upon entering kindergarten.
Prekindergarten instructors
shared with parents a variety
of activities that expose
students to letters and the
sounds that they make as well
as introducing early counting
skills.
Students who enroll in
voluntary pre-K programs
receive vocabulary enrichment
skills throughout the day with
adults and other children. The
students, are given both large
and small group activities' that
focus on building language and
vocabulary skills. '
In addition, students will get
to experience the sounds of
letters and words through


see them. Then )ou can move
oni to going over the sound
that each animal makes."
Hardin also pointed out that,
small children can even learn
about size, (big horse,. little
horse) color, (brown cow,
black cow) and counting
(count the eggs in the hen's
nest) without needing to read
the words printed inr the
storybook.
Using-a coloring page and
cut-out like the ones given to
parents, pre-k teacher Shanna
. Taylor showed parents another
vocabulary increasing activity.'
"All children love to color.


here is a barn. Talk to your
child about the barn and \what
color the. think it should be.
Get them to notice the door of
the barn, the window, or any
objects like that on a page.
"After your child .has
colored the picture, they can
also color little cut-outs that go
with the page such'as a sun,
bird or. tree. Ask \our child to
tell you what each cut-out is,
what color they are going to
use for it and where .it belongs
on the coloring page."'
Teacher Brenda Parrish
Showed parents a fun way for
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songs as well as receiving a
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Each parent in attendance
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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, Nov. 30, 2006 Page 4B.




Bradford County 50 years back
World War II had been over for 10 living, including poultry, swipe, dairy
years, leaving the American populace products, beef cattle, vegetables, ice,
"feeling good about itself, but in 1956, cigarettes, clothing and bedding.,
the nation was still smarting from the Prison employees received part of
Korean War in which some Americans their recompense in commodities'
felt soldiers had to fight with one hand produced by prison labor as well as
tied behind their backs. free housing, including utilities, for
It had not been a popular war,,and more than 100.
many Americans didn't understand Female prisoners were confined-
why we were there in the first place. in .the West Unit in what would
Peace reigned for a period before the eventually) become Union Correctional
Vietnam conflict began, and people Institution. The women's institution
werebusywithestablishingbusinesses at Lowell was completed in 1956
and jobs and raising families. and female inmates transferred. There
Today, Bradford County cannot be were no prison facilities in Bradford
"classifiedasanagriculturalcommunity County at the time.
because row-crop farming is no In 1953,.a female Sunday visitorr
longer a major source of income for 'smuggled a gun into the prison and
residents. and former fields planted to gave it to inmate George Herou\.
corn, peanuts and vegetables now lie Later in the week, Heroux used the
idle, planted in pine trees or pasture gun to. shoot and mortally wound
gras" Assistant Warden John G. Godw in.
'The rich productive soil in the Heroux, serving a life term for murder.
Brooker area is no longer producing was taken to Lake Butler for trial. He
Irish potatoes, sweet corn, string was found guilty and sentenced to
beans, butter beans, peas, squash, a second life term. Some five years
cucumbers and other' delectable later,' Heroux died in prison from
vegetables, nor are farmers growing natural causes.
tobacco, the money--crop for-several The cellblock at Raiford was a
years. Brooker, at one time the garden three-story poured concrete building"
center of the area, is now a bedroom from which arn inmate never escaped,.
community for Gainesville. but it was terribly hot for inmates ahnd
By the same token. Strawberry custodial workers, and required too
growers in and around. Heilbronn many workers to supervise inmates,
Springs, Lawtey and Starke watched The', state planned to raze the Union
as strawberry plantings dwindled County facility and build a neI% prison
to 30 acres Or less in the county, on the Bradford County sidefof New'
Fifty years ago Bradford County River.
farmers were loading out ,three to It was rumored the state was-
five freight box cars daily, bound displeased with the Union County
for Northern markets, aside from jury for not finding Heroux guilty of
several "strawberry trucks" loaded first-degree murder and sentencing
and heading for New York. Small him to death, aqd decided to punish
patches, ofberrieg are'~'ow gr&'n''fd6 n v 'omv "b'lbudildTngthe ne\ prison
AUapi peaions, proaidi .da-.littlel--.iu-Br-adfrdi.'-1J-. eii&' ciliheneac lt 'E'st"
extra money for a few families, but Linit, was begun and the first inmates
quantity production has moved to the transferred in 1961.
Plant City area in Central Florida. The 1957 Florida Legislature
Strawberries are labor intensive. removed corrections from the
requiring farm labor no longer Department of Agriculture and
available in Bradford County. Central formed the Florida Department of
Florida has an abundance of migrant Corrections, an independent state
labor with enough farm work, agency. The 1961 Legislature removed
including citrus, to keep workers busy corrections' department status and
the year round. established it as a division of Health
The farm economy in Bradford and-Rehabilitative Services for a two-
County didn't die overnight, but year stint. That arrangement didn't
succumbed over time, and for many work very well, and it was returned to
'reasons. Many of the 10 million department status and has remained
young men and women who were in an independent agency since.
military service between 1940 and In 1972, the East Unit was renamed
1946 enrolled in college after WWII Florida State Prison. The West
and never returned to the farm. Their Unit became Union Correctional
parents- no longer-physically able to Institution.
attend farm duties, reduced acreage Bradford County native Louie
and finally quit row-cropping. L. Wainwright from Lawtey was
The demand for paper products appointed secretary of the department,,
(from wood pulp) and the production, and-remained at the post for 24 years.
of fast-growing hybrid pine trees Corrections obtained a surplus school
*put pressure on timber companies to building in Lawtey and remodeled it
acquire additional land for growing for an additional correctional facility
pine trees, and created a ready market in 1973. Two other independent
for Noith Florida farm land. The large facilities have been constructed
timber companies now own more adjacent to Florida Stat' Prison on
-than-50-percentofm-ie'North Florida prison property through which S.R.
counties, 16 runs.
In 1956, the Florida Correctional Next week, we'll return to the
System was a division of the economy of Bradford County as it
;Department of Agriculture, a moves away from its agricultural
holdover from the days when it base.
was a prison farm, where inmates By Buster Rahn,
produced the essentials of everyday Telegraph Editorialist


GIFT
Continued from p. 1B


earmark it to be used in the
area of greatest need. The
other is to earmark it for the
Lillian Stump Endowment
Fund.
Stump is-a longtime member
of the Shands at Starke
hospital auxiliary who has
volunteered a lot of time and
money to benefit the patients.
She donated a substantial
amount to act as the basis for
the endo" ment fund.
All donations to the Tribute
Gift Program are charitable
contributions and are tax
deductible. If ,you would like


to donate, send a check with
name and address 'of the donor
clearly indicated. Make the
check payable to Shands at
Starke. Indicate if the donation
is being made in memory of or
in honor of someone. Indicate


if the donation should be made
to the Lillian Stump
Endowment Fund. Send the
check to the Shands at Starke
Auxiliary, Tribute Gift
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The power of.
giving
Dear Editor:
Among other things, the
holidays are a time of giving
and receiving gifts; 'The
question most often asked of
people is, what did you get?"
Much less frequently asked is,
"what did you give?"
Invariably,. the inquiries
concern material gifts.
Purchasing a gift can -certainly
be thoughtful and a .. wonderful
gesture, especially %..hen it's
backed up by } our acti"rn,
Hop e er, the most valuable,
presents are those that aren't'
sold in stores. When you give,
your .love, your time, help
someone in need, aid another in
sol\'ing a problem or
overcoming an obstacle, you
gi\e something pi cele s
The true spirit of the
holidjs is gi'.iring \hen you
gi\e. ',O1 recee You can get
anything in lite \ou a'.jnt by,
helping enough others get what
: the\ %%ant. But onl- if you
,, gi.\e without expecting
anmthi'ng in return. The impact
of gi ing isn't limited to just
the hi-lida', season, it's
something that has value all
year
The pov.er of giving is often
underestimated When .-u gi.e'
unconditionjll. )iu don't just
impact the recipient,, ot .start
a ,chain reaction. By
brightening the life of one
person \ou also effect all those
Wvho they then touch
No gesture of giving or
kindness is too small. Holding
the door open at a store,
helping someone carry--
groceries to their car, letting
another car in front of you,
saying please and thank you,
and saying hello to .a stranger
you pass on the sidewalk, are
some of the many things you
can do daily.
For family and friends. your
time is one of the most
precious gifts you can offer.
Are you there for others when
the\ need you? Do you' offer a
hand without being asked? Do
you help out v.hen asked? '
Too' often, people get caught
up in their own desires, thus
lo.. si s ight .t U f,, eqe s,,
others A person who tries to
for himself or herself first is
in\ariabl\ frustrated. Often this
. person views life as a
competition to determine who
can accumulate more.
On the other hand, those
who are concerned for the well
being of others are happier,
more content, and more
satisfied. By giving without


expecting, they in turn receive
Sthe things they need.
Giving is a simple concept
that works every time it is
applied.'There will be people
who don't appreciate what, you .
do, but it doesn't matter. You
are giving without anticipating
anything .in return. Besides,
there will be. many more who
are thankful for your efforts.'
If you don't treat others well,
buying a gift won't compensate
for your behavior. The
recipient might like what'you
gi'e them but it won't make
up for xour actions. You can't
bribe someone to forgive the
way \ou treat them, with a
present.
I The, best gift you can receive
is the joy of making someone
'else happy. Being unselfish is
a wonderful \\aN to live. When
you give with no .ulterior
moti es. 5our actions are seen
as genuine. Should you expect
something in return, \our
behavior is al'kays suspect..
We all know people %kho do
nice. things only: when they
%want something in return.:
Make gi ing a daily routine.'
Don't start and end with the
holiday season. Every day is a
good day to do something nice.
When. people feel good due to
your actions, you can't., help
but feel happy yourself. And
that 'is priceless. The most
significant action you can take
is having a positive impact on
the lives of others.
Bryan Golden
Hope,'el Junction, N.Y.,


What did the
chief really ,.

say?
Dear Editor:
The chief responds, but what
did he really say?
Lawtey Police Department
provides 24/7 protection to allI
Lawtey "citizens" with his 12
sworn officers. Yeah right.
BCSO provides true 24/7
protection.
The chief said, "The officer


assigned to w9rk (at 2 a.m.
after the Florida/Georgia game)
was patrolling the "city of
Lawtey," but the accident was
not within the city limits of
Lawtey."
Chief Jordan, the accident
happened'af 2259 Lake Street,
the building is pink. Drive
over on the east side of
Lawtey, take a look at the
condition of the tree (the van's
final resting place) out front or
notice the'street signs are gone.,
The accident happened in the
city limits. or did the chief
remove Mt. Zion A.M.E.
Church, the Kittles family, and
the Britt family from the city
limits?
I got my. information on the
accident at the scene, because I
walked across the street to the
scene minutes after it
happened.
Let's review a fev. Ifacts: ,
1. East Lake Street in the
city limits has a problem Mith
speeders.
2. Police presence is needed
to deter speeders and other
criminal beha, ior;
3, Since LP.D employs 12
sworn officers and has brand
new cars, police presence in all
, neighborhoods can be expected;
4. With the purchase of ne'k
staite-of-the-art equipment,.
LPD can now aggressi',ely
target speeders and other laW
violators not just on U.S.
301, but on Lake Street,
Truman Drive, First Street
and other areas in Lawtey city
limits.
La% teN citizens., look at.your
current tax bill.
LPD is not totally self
supported. A portion of the
budget is from Lawtey
citizens. I invite all citizens to
attend Lawtey Council
meetings and hear what is
being said and done. .
Make informed choices and
hold your elected officials to.
higher standards, because
Lawtey is growing and if you
won't, the new citizens mo\ in
in will.
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CRIME I


3 arrested
for stealing
asphalt
Three men was arrested
Thanksgiving morning, by an,
off-duty sheriffs investigator
when they were caught loading
and stealing asphalt.
During the past two months,
approximately $92,000' worth
of materials and diesel fuel has
been stolen from APAC
Construction Company on
Mullins Grade in Starke,
according to Cpl. Robert
Smith.
When Smith arrived at 5:30
a.m., James Robert Norris was
driving a' front-end loader,
loading a dump.truck with RAP
materials. Norris first stated he
was working,, 'but finally
admitted to stealing from. *the
company.
Robert Ray Roberts admitted
to working with Norris. He
admitted to picking up 15-23
dump truck loads of asphalt
from the location and was going
to pay Norris for the materials.
Stephen F. Alivarez stated
Roberts, had contracted him.to
haul paving supplies under the.
table, Cpl. Smith said. .
Norris was an employee of
the company, but was assigned
to the Gainesville office, Cpl.
Smith said. None of the three
had permission to be at the site.
Alvarez, 46, of Starke was
charged driving while license
suspended, grand theft and
trespass. A $5 1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody, .
Roberts, 46, ,of Starke was-
charged with grand theft and
trespass. Bond was set at
$50,000.
Norris, 31, of Lake City was
charged with grand theft and
trespass. He was released from
custody after a $50,000 surety
bond %%as posted.
As part of the investigation,
two dump trucks and a Toyota
pickup truck were seized.
The investigation is.
continuing.
Two charged
shoplifting
from Wal-Mart
A couple was arrested Nov.
24: for trying-to steal from Wal-


Mart.
Lee Vemn Frazier and Shelly
Renee Hosmer were observed in
Wal-Mart, where Hosmer,
attempted to steal $48 in|
merchandise, according to;
Patrolman Shawn Brown..
Frazier used a box cutter to cut
open packages, Patrolman
Brown said. Frazier refused to
comply with verbal commands
during the arrest. Crack cocaine
and copper mesh were found on'
Frazier. Inside the jail, Frazier
was found with a crack pipe,
Patrolman Brown said.
Hosmer had marijuana, a
Xanex pill, a glass crack pipe,
rolling papers, a metal crack
pipe and a, rod in her.
possession.. She attempted t6
pull away and run .while being
placed .in the patrol :car,
Patrolman.Brown said. '
Hosmer, 28, of Birmingham,
Ala., was. charged retail, theft,
possession of, cannabis,
possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of"
controlled substance and
resisting an. officer without
violence. Total bond was set at
$30,000.
Frazier, 44, of Starke was
charged with retail theft,
possession of anti-theft device,
resisting law enforcement
officer without violence,
possession of crack cocaine,
possession of drug paraphernalia
and introduction of contraband'
into county jail. Total bond sas
set at $25,000.


Two charged
with stealing
vehicle
A 31 -year-old Lawtey woman
was arrested Nov. 20 for
burglary and theft.
Hellen R. Griffis was charged
by Bradford Corporal Robert
Smith with entering a residence
Nov. 10-13 on 70th Avenue,
where she and a co-defendant:
removed a microwave, a ceramic
heater, a .paint sprayer and a set
of keys to a 1991 Chevrolet
Caprice. Value of the items was
$920, Corp. Smith said.
The two left the residence in
the Chevrolet. Tools were
removed from the trunk of the
vehicle and sold for $20, Corp.
'Smith said. The tool box was
recovered.


Griffis was charged with
burglary of a residence, grand
theft auto and grand theft. Her
bond was set at $35,000.
Co-defendant John Franklin
Bums, 33, was also charged
with burglary and grand theft,
Corp. Smith said.


Teen charged
with kicking
officer after
crash
A teenager was arrested Nov.
24 in Clay Count), for leaving
the scene of a traffic crash and
battery on a.:law 'enforcement
officer.
A witness stated a small gold
car travelled in the parking lot I
at the Kangaroo in Keystone
Heights at a high rate of speed.,
The vehicle struck the curb and
struck a newspaper truck before
backing up and fleeing, Deputy
Christopher Garrison said. The
crash occurred just after
midnight.
Deputies were unable toI
locate the vehicle until 4 a.m.,
when it was stopped nh S.R.
21, Deputy Garrison said. "
Kyle Patrick Coburn, 18. of
Hawthorne, driver of the
vehicle, was placed under arrest-
and handcuffed.
Coburn jerked forward and
kicked the rear bumper of the
patrol. car before kicking the
deputy in the thigh. Coburn
was restrained and taken to the
county jail, Deputy Garrison
said. .


Starke man
charged with
Shoplifting
Stealing a package of
cleaning pads resulted, in a
Starke man, being arrested on
multiple charges of resisting.,
Axel Duane Barnes, 47, was
arrested Nov. 19 by Patrolman
Mark Lowery for retail theft
after he placed Brillo pads.
valued at $2.35 inside his pants
and left, Winn, Dixie. Barnes
pulled away from the merchant
and fought two employees as he
attempted to get into his van,,
Patrolman Lowery said.
.Barnes also refused to
comply with the officer's orders
and- fought with the officer. He
kicked Patrolman Lower) in the
leg and stomach several times.
Barnes %as Tased twice before
he- was placed in custody,
Patrolman Lowery said.
Barnes was charged \ith tmo
counts of resisting a merchant,
battery, resisting arrest with
violence and battery on a law
enforcement officer, Patrolman
Lowery said.
Barnes remains in custody
without bond.


St. Pete man
arrested in.
Union County-
A 25-year-old St. Petersburg
man was arrested Nov. 17 in
Union, County after fleeing
deputies.


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weaving in and out of its lane
on S.R. 12 1, according to
Deputy James Goodwin. When
the deputy told the driver .to
move his vehicle off ithe road,
Stafford took off at a high rate
of speed. During a chase, the
vehicle entered Timber Village
,Trailer Park, running through a
stop sign and into a tree,
Deputy Goodwin said. Stafford
jumped from the car and fled
into the woods.
A K-9 team was requested
and Stafford was located in the
area. A strong odor of cannabis
was coming from Stafford's
vehicle, but no drugs were
found. The K-9 team searched
the area where plastic bags of
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Maurice Jamar Strong of
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arrested last week for attaching
tag not assigned. Strong
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charge bui he was not placed
under arrest.
Britany Schumaker, 19, of.
Keystone I-leights was:
incorrectly listed as being
arrested for petit theft. A 15-
year-old juvenile used
Schumaker's name during her
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CRIME


A Monday morning crash 'at the Alachua and
Bradford line snarled traffic for at least an
hour. The driver of one of the two semis that
crashed Nov. 27 on U.S. 301 at the Santa Fe
bridge, was charged with driving under the
influence.


Recent area
vehicle
crashes
The driver of a semi involved
in a Nov. 27 crash was charged
with being under the influence.
Steven Kellerman, 47. of
Wildwood, the driver of a 2001
Freightliner, was northbound on
U.S. 301 at 9:50 a.m.,
according to Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Melvin D.
' Childress.


A 1995 International, driven
b\ Robert Forsith. 52, of,
Dover. Penn., "as also
northbound. Trooper Childress
said.
Kellermani failed to perceive
the International semi in front
of him and struck it in the tear.
Although no evidence of an
alcoholic beverage was located
or detected at the crash
investigation. Kellerman was
determined to be impaired due to.
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Only minor injuries were
reported from the crash,
Total damages to the two
semis were $85,000 in the crash.
at the Bradford-Alachua line.'

No serious injuries were
reported from a late afternoon
crash on S.R. 100 at Colley
Road.
A semi truck, a 2005 Buick,
a 2005 Ford and a 2000 Buick
were all southbound when an
unknown vehicle stopped to
turn in front of them, according
to Patrolman Jason Crosby.
/The, sudden .stop .caused' a
chain reaction, with all four
vehicles crashing. Patrolman
CrosbN said.
EmergencN personnel
responded to the Nov. 27 crash.


'A 20-year-old La ite. man
received minor injuries when
.his Toyota crashed on S.R, 16.
Mitchell L. Anderson.
driving a 2004 Toyota, .was
westbound at 7:25 a.m. four
miles west of.Starke, according
t6: Trooper Childress. For
unknown reasons, Anderson
steered across the center line and
onto the grassy shoulder. After
applying brakes. Anderson tried
to reenter the roadwayv. but
rotated clockwv, ise, Trooper
Childress said.
The undercarriage of the
Toyota struck a concrete culIenr
before striking a wire fence and
three trees, Trooper Childress
said. Damage to the vehicle %was
$13.000.
Charges are pending in the
crash.
A Bradford man died Nov. 27
after the truck he was driving
ran into a ditch and overturned
in a wooded area west of St.
Augustine, according to St
Johns sheriffs' spokesman
Kevin Kelshaw.
Finis Ralph Green, 49, of
Hampton was moving logs in a
wooded area of Allen Nease
Road about II a.m. when the
truck ran off the dirt road and
rolled, pinning him inside the
cab.
Coworkers found the truck
and called for help.
An autopsy will determine
w whether a medical condition
contributed to the crash.


A 21-year-old Melrose man
died Nov. 25 in a fiery crash on
Southeast 15th Street in
Alachua.
Zachary Allen Spencer,
driving a 2004 Saturn, went off
the roadway, travelled
counterclockwise and collided
with a large tree on the south,
shoulder of. Southeast ,41st
Avenue, according to Cpl. G.D.
Potter. The vehicle became
completely engulfed in flames
with Spencer trapped in the
driver's seat area. He was
pronounced dead at the scene of
the 4:25 a.m. crash. It is
unknown if the crash was
alcohol related, Trooper Potter
said.

Two charged
With stealing
beer, driver
DUI
A 36-year-old Starke man and
a juvenile were charged Nov. 21
with stealing beer from the
Kangaroo.
David Cary Smith fled the
store in an extended cab pickup
truck, but was stopped by
deputies on S.R. 16, according
to Deputy Thomas Sapp.
Smith was charged with
retail theft, driving under the
influence and ,driving while
license suspended or revoked.
Bond, was set at $5,000.
The juvenile was charged by
sworn complaint with resisting
a merchant and petit theft,
Deputy Sapp said.

Two Starke
men arrested
Two Starke men who %were
arrested in a traffic stop Nov. 22
face drug charges.
A vehicle, driven by Steven
Frederick Maloy, was stopped
on U.S. 301 after it was
observed travelling back and
forth across the lanes, according
to Patrolman Jason Crosby.
NMaloy %was charged with driving
while license suspended or
revoked with knowledge, no tag
light and failure to maintain a
single lane. Patrolman Crosby
said.
During a search, two
Methadone tablets were found
and Malo) %as charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.


Joshua A. Sumner, a
passenger in -the vehicle, was
arrested on a warrant for failure
to appear. During the arrest, the
officer found Oxycodone and
Methadone tablets in a cigarette
package, Patrolman Crosby
said. A search at the jail found
Sumner had a marijuana
cigarette in his pocket. Sumner
was charged with possession of
a controlled substance and
introduction of contraband into.
a detention facility.
Sumner, 21, was released.
after a $30,000 surety bond was
posted.
.Maloy, 30, was. released after
Sa. $15,000 surety -bond, was.
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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
hereinafter appear, will be considered
for enactment by the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford County,
Florida, during regular session on
December 21. 2006 at 6.30 p.m. The
final public hearing concerning the
ordinances will be held on December
14, 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 .ADORTION,,OF .
THE ORDINANCE'"PF.OVfDING'
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
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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
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DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER;
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DATE.
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OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
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REGULATION OF THE USE AND
DEVELOPMENT OF LAND IN
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
CREATING CHAPTER 76 OF THE
BRADFORD COUNTY CODE:
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NECESSITATED BY SUCH NEW
DEVELOPMENT; PROVIDING
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OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING -
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THE PAYMENT AND TIME OF
PAYMENT OF IMPACT FEES;
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VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE;
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WITH THIS ARTICLE; PROVIDING
DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER;
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to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
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concerning the matter will be
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CRIME


3 charged with D
with trying to Nevit
cash stolen in the
check d-,'cunty
Ch ~ck surrend
Three people are charged with .
.forgery and attempting to cash a
forged check last week in Lake IMan
Butler.
Kathryn Lynn Reinhardt. 21. Witl
of Starke and Danny O'Neal int
Plummer, 36, of Lawtey. were into
arrested Nov. 14 by Deputy a p
Mindy Goodwin for attempting "
to cash a forged check at a bank A 2
drive-thru. A: third individual, man w
Craig Lee Nevitt, 31, of Starke breaking
ran from the vehicle and fled on Apartm
foot, Deputy Goodwin said. Will
After giving several stories was cha
of how they obtained the stolen grand
check, it was determined the Handley
victim's purse had been stolen in the
over the weekend. The victim's charged
credit card, social security card least or
and driver's license were in the through
purse, Deputy Goodwin said. firewall


hart was also charged
WLS.
vom complaint charging
has been filed. Nevitt is-
custody of the B tlford
Jail after a bond
er.

T rharned


h breaking


irtment
27-year-old Lake' Butler
as arrested Nov. 14 for
g into Lake Butler
;ents.
iamn Kenneth Varnadore
arged with burglary and
theft by Deputy Brett
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Two bottles of medicine and
gold chains were missing from
the apartment, Deputy Handley
said.
A second apartment tenant
stated her apartment had been
broken into, and she was
missing a camera and antique
rings. That case remains under
investigation.


ieceni
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Ulion County:
Jerome Hadley.Addison,. 38,
of Lake Butler was ,arrested
Nov. 23 by Union Sgt.
Raymond. Shuford for
aggravated battery. Addison is
charged with stabbing the
victim several times on his,
back and left buttocks. The'
stabbing occurred during a fight
around midnight.. The victim did
not seek treatment until the
following morning. He was
transported to Shands at the
University, Sgt. Shuford said.
His injuries did not appear to be
life-threatening. Sgt Shuford
said." .

Kenneth Allen Snow, 47, of't
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 22 by Clay Deputy Trent
Cecrle for aggravated assault.
Snow. is charged with
threatening to ,cut the victim
with a folding pocket knife
during an argument at their
residence, Deputy Cecrle said.
Scott Thomas. Barnes, 18, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 24 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph Jonies
for simple battery (domestic).
Barnes was charged w ith hitting
the victim during a famih
dispute at their residence. He
was released from custody after
a $1,000 surety bond, was
posted.


Rachel Michele Flowers, 25,
of Gainesville was arrested Nov.
24 by Bradford Deputy. Drew
Moore for simple battery.
Flowers was charged with,
striking the victim in her face
numerous times during a
confrontation over a child
custody dispute, Deputy Moore,
said. A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.
Johnny \\'a ne Robinson Jr.,
30, of W"orthington Springs
oas arrested No\. 19 by Union
Deputy James Goodwin for
battery on a person 65, years of
age or older. Robinson is
charged with slapping the
victim.
Gregory Lane Adams, 35, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 25
by Clay Deputy Roland
Rousselle for domestic battery.
Adams was charged' with
striking the \ictim in the face
after she threw a drinking glass
at the wall during an altercation.
Clay Rescue personnel
responded to the scene and
treated the victim's injuries,
Deputy Rousselle said 7
Daniel Bresee. 19. of Starke
was arrested Nov. 27 b\ Cla\
deputies for domestic batten
Deanna Marie Craven, 45.
and Jacqueline Ne\s man Canipe,
44, both of Starke, %ere arrested
Nov. 25 by Starke Patrolman
J.G. Lundy for possession of
drug paraphernalia. Craven and
Canipe \%ere walking erratically
in the street on Bro,,nlee and
Oak. When the\ '.'.ere
questioned; two crack pipes
%'ere found ,here they were
standing. Bond was set at
1.000 for each of them.

Christopher Alan Strum, 24,
of Jacksonville was arrested
No\. 25 bs Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews for possession, of
cannabis and possession of
controlled substance. During a
traffic stop, Strum was found to
have marijuana in his pocket
and Hydrocodone pills in a
plastic bag, Sgt. Crews said.' A


$20,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Suzanne Williams Cam, 40,
of Hampton and Anthony :L.
Aaron, 48,. of Starke. were
arrested Nov. 22 by Starke
Patrolman Shawn Brown for
.possession of drug
paraphernalia. The two were in
a vehicle improperly parked on
Church at North Street. During
que.tiinin, g and a search. a glass
crack pipe and ink carrridge %v ith
residue v.ere found -n Aaron
Cam had a crack pipe .nd a pen
cap ith residue. Patrolman
Bro,.n said Starke Patr,,lman
Jason Crosb. assisted in the
arrests. Cam and Aaron were
released from custIod afier
$1,000.. surety, bonds v.ere
posted.

Christopher Hugh Thornton,
33, of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 7,by Unir.,n Depui,. Kevin
Dice for grand larceny.
Thornt6n was found driving a,
1999 Ford Explorer that was
reported stolen from Bradford.
Rocky Claion Ste,,art, 27,
of', Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 14 b\ Union Deputt Mi".
Johns tor t,:.rgerx and tittering a
forger. Stewkart is charged v. ith
sealing thiee pers,-,nal checks
and cashing them at a local
bank.r Ttal anmunt li the thett
is $120. Ste'.%art admitted to the
theft, stating he has a crack
cocaine addition. Depu.. .Ihhns
said.
Derrick RaN Voss, .20, of,
Keystone Heights was' arrested
Nov. 26, by CLy Deputy.
Robert Dews for criminal
mischief, molesting coin
machine and petit theft. \oss
was charged with breaking into
drink machines,using a tire
iron, at the Park of'the Palms,
where he stole $10, Deputy
Dews said. Estimated damage to
the machines is $1,000, Deputy
Dews said.
Joseph Richard Deese, 43, of
Williston was arrested Nov. 22
by Florida Department of
Transportation Officer M.
Rouse for possession of
marijuana. Deese was a.
passenger, in a ce'mniercial


Cecrle on a warrant for failure
to appear worthless checks.
Bond was set at $2,000.
Alex Sebastian PaN tee. 26,
of Lake Butler "was arrested
No\ 2n b\ Union Captain
GarrN Sea\ on a warrant for
aggra. ated batter\. Bond as set
at $5.000
Luke Smith III. 21. of Lake
Builer .- arrested Nov. 14'b
Deputy Go-od. in n a \\arrant
tor violationn of probation He
\ajs released on, his own
recognizance.


Traffic
James Lester Mead. 49. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
No%. 23 by Bradford Deputy
Aaron Black for driving under
the influence (DLVI). Mead's
blood-alcohol level was .13
percent, \hen his SUV was
stopped for travelling without
headlights on S.R. 100 at 2:12
a.m., Deput .Black :said. ,A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
.assisted in the arrest.
Thomnas Ross O'Steen. 42,
of Graham wkas arrested Not. 24
b\ FIorida Highwas Patrol
Tre'cper H.J. Cichoski Jr. for
relusai to submit to breath test
'Aith bond set at $2, (0. During
a rraftfic stop on U.S. 301,
O'Steen smelled strongly of an
alc,,holic beverage He refused
testing and was placed. under
arrest.. O'Steen was also charged
on warrants s frbm Alachua
C,:'nrit for worthless checks
with bond set at $4,000. He
was released from custody .after
surety bonds were posted.

Jeffer) Alan Cook, 39, of
Ke\'stone Heights was arrested
No%. 23 by Deputy Cecrle for
DUI. Cook was found asleep
behind the wheel of a Chevrolet
Blazer at 2.49 a.m. He smelled
strongly: of an alcoholic
beverage and almost fell when
he exited the vehicle, Deputy
Cecrle said. He refused testing
and refused to submit to a
breathalyzer, Deputy Cecrle
said.


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were found charging Deese %ith driving while license suspended
violationn ort probation with no or revoked (DWLS).
bond. A search of Deese
revealed a plastic bag containing Fredrick Jay Samuel. 36, of
10 grams of marijuana in his Jacksondille was arrested Nov.
jacket. Officer Rouse said. Bond 17 by Union Deputy Ken
was set at $5,00( on the nev. Smith for DWLS.
charge
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Keith Garrett Gra'. itz, 201. ,of
o\\'-rthington Spring % ,as
arrested Nov 24- b,\ Uninr
Deputy Ken Snmith for
possession of marijuana
Graitz ,.as charged during a
traffic stop when he '.. as ftnd
%with a-plastic bag containing a
green leafs substance. Deputy
Smith said The substance
tested positive for nlariju.ana

Michael Boatiuright, 19. ,tf
Keystone Heights ,%as arrestedd
No\. 21 b% Cla:, deputies on a
%\arrant for violationn of
pr'abation pssesson over 20
grams of cannabis


David Jersey, .: 41, or
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 25 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Charles Ross, 39, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 26 by Starke
patrolmen for DWLS. Bond was
set at $500.
Demond Lenard Stokes, 18,
of Lawtey was arrested Nov. 25
by Starke Patrolman William
Murray for DWLS. A $500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
James Alan McCrary Jr.. 26,
of Middleburg was arrested Nov.


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Josh Allen Mathe%,s, 23,. ft Sapp for DWLS knowingly. He
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Lawtey Community School pre-K teacher Gail Austin with Becky Reddish and
Dr. Lynda Hayes, P.K. Yonge elementary curriculum director and consultant for
the National Reading First Technical Assistance Center.


While students learn about community workers, one of the centers set-up in
Austin's classroom is the 'Pre-K Community Clinic.'


MODEL
Continued from p. 3B
picture of crayons above .the
cubby that the crayons go in,
or a picture of blocks above
the cubby for the blocks. The
word 'crayons' or 'blocks' is
there in written form and the
children eventually recognize
the words without needing the
picture clues," said Austin.
REACH utilizes Open Court
prekindergarten curriculums to
introduce reading, science and
math to students. Austin said
that she has seen a tremendous


Be a Santa to
a senior
'The Be a Santa to a Senior
program makes it simple to
remember elderly indi %iduals
in need at Christmas.
Christmas trees placed' in
Wal-Mart Supercenter on
feature ornaments 'ilh the first
names of the needy seniors and
their respective gift requests.
Holiday shoppers can pick up
an ornament, buy items on the-
list and return them unwrapped


increase in the speed at which Austin said.
children are.picking up and Austin admitted that when
learning new information., she was first approached about
On a corner shelf, Austin using the new curriculum for
-- has-a- stack .,of 1.2-15 thick. prekindergarten, she was
books that. she once used for hesitant. Having dealt with
teaching students- in Her curriculum changes in the past,
classroom. she approached this one with
"'I had to flip through these negative feelings.
books and Dull a little from this
one and a little from that one However, when she saw the
to create lesson plans to give prekindergarteners stomping or
the kids what they needed. clapping in recognition of
"I've been teaching at two-syllable or compound
Lawtey for 12 years and this words, she thought, "Hey, this'
Open Court is 'the. best really works!"
curriculum I've seen. I love it "I've seen 4 or 5-year olds
and the kids just eat it up," start out here not even able to


distribute the gifts to these
seniors.
A city nide gift-d"rapping
da\, %%hen hundreds of the
presents % ill be wrapped, will
.be held at the Emergency
Operation Center in Starke on
Friday, Dec. 15. Officers from
area law enforcement agencies
to the store, along \%ith the
ornament attached.
Home Instead Senior Care
then enlists the volunteer help-
of its staff, senior care business
associates, nonprofit workers
and others to collect, wrap and


will deliver the gifts to needy
seniors on Dec. 18 and 19.
"Be a Santa to a Senior is an
important way that we all can
say thanks to those older adults
who hate helped shape our
community," said Richard

See SANTA, p. 95


hold a pencil correctly and
leave writing words and
reading age appropriate
.books," she said.
Each of the 18 students in
Austin's classroom are given
different responsibilities on
rotation.
"Every child has a-job to do.
In fact, they ask for them.
Giving responsibilities makes
every -child feel important,"
said Austin.
The weather person reads,
the number on the outside!
thermometer for the class, the
calendar pointer points out the
date as the class recites the full
date, the flag person will hold
the flag during the Pledge of
Allegiance, classroom
librarian, door holder, snack
helpers, floor inspectors, table
cleaners and line leader.
Penny Hanks, ESE teacher-
at Bunnell Elementary School,
was one of many
prekindergarten teachers that
visited Austin's model
classroom.
She said that she has seen
several students in her own
class being able to move up
from ESE status into regular
kindergarten because of the
program.
"There are no requirements
that prekindergarteners master
the skills, but teachers are
finding out that a lot of the
kids are doing just that,"
Hanks said. "'This early
intervention program is the key
to changing a child's world."



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VPK
Continued from p. 3B
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practice their colors and
counting skills.
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Starke's American Legion Post 56 recently
recognized two members of the Bradford High
School Junior ROTC. TOP: Cadet Lt. Col. Rachel
Snyder is recognized as the Cadet of the Month
for October by Post 56 Commander Hank
Williams. BOTTOM: Cadet Cpl. Adam Farlow is
- recognized by Williams as the Cadet of the
Month for November.


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served after
School
After-school tutoring is
availablee on Tuesda)s and
Thursdays from 2:45-3:45 p.m.
- students can rec-ei% e
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. iutoring during that time.
4 Computer Lab is also open
N-bn Tuesda3s and Thursdals
Mom 2:45-3:45. Students ma\


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-ontinued from p. 8B
:-agan, head of Home Instead
-enior Care. "Our hope is that
S.e spirit of this season will
--ouch many likes."
If you or someone you kno%%
^ interested in volunteering to
Zoelp on the citywide gift-
.,rapping day, contact Fagan at
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;4re encouraged to contact the
local Home Instead Senior
are office about adopting
Groups of seniors.
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Craft show to have something for all


Sixth annual
Christmas show is
now run by local.
organizers
BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Sixth Annual Christmas
Craft and Gift Show, to be
held thisC weekend at the
Bradford Count% Fairgrounds,
Sill provide gifts, fun and
activities for everyone in the
family, according to one of the
organizers, Norma Donn.
The show will be held at the
fairgrounds on north U.S. 301
in Starke and will be open on
Saturday, Dec. 2. from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. On Sunday, Dec. 3,
the show will run from noon to
5 p.m.
Admission is free.
The show is under new
management this year. Local
organizers have taken over the
show. Donn is joined by
Dimple and Grady Overstreet,
Minnie and Arthur Redding
and Elaine and James Starling.
"We hope to make this show
bigger and better than e\er,"
said Donn.
Handmade quilts, Vera
BradleN items, heavenlN
angels, ceramics, wood
%working craft items, jewelry,
dolls, handmade toys, stuffed
animals, a varietN of antiques
and more will be on display for
the Christmas shopper.
Christmas decorator items,
gift baskets, u ildlife-theme
gifts, collegiate-theme gifts
and Nati'e American crafts
will fuel a wide varietyy of
ideas for those hard-to-buy-for
people on your Christmas list.
A large number ol
handmade craft items will be
on sale, including items made
with rubber-stamping, over
bamboo, quilting and hand-
designed jewelry.
Czeck crystal. Mary Ka)
products and Dixie Outfitters


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Need a ride to work or
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needs, please call the CISTO
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If there is someone on your
list who is really hard to
please, check out the
homemade foods. Who could
turn up their noses at home-'
baked breads and other baked
goods? Spread a little
homemade jam on that and
you have breakfast. For
dessert, try the homemade
peanut brittle. Other handmade
candies will also be on sale.
Every vendor has also
provided at least one door
prize to the organizers.
Vendors %%ill gise out free
tickets for the drawvings to
people who brdowse through
their booths. A door prize %%ill
be given every half hour of the
show. Winners must be present
in order to claim their prize.
While mom and dad shop,
the kids can ride the live
ponies provided bN M&M
Ponies or have their photo
taken with a big cat from the
Catt) Shack Wildlife
Sanctuary. Proceeds from the
big cat photos go to help
support the wildlife
sanctuary's acti% cities.


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Looking for more fun for the
kids? Try the Santa House A
w ide variety of games should
keep the kids happy %while
mom and dad browse through
the stocking-stuffer items.
Children can ha'e their photo
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noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday and
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personalized letter to Santa and
receive a free gift.
Proceeds from the sale of the-
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Naomi Herres Business
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Section C: Thursday, -Nov..30, 2006 Telegraph Times ..Monitor


ParkS-ideresident feels too young to slow cown
hi This is how he W tld War Sanch


BY TERESA
STONErIRWIN
Telegraph StaffWriter
When 84-year-old Aldon
"Al" Sanchez became a
resident a.t the Parkside.-
Assisted Living facility in
February 2005; he refused to.
sit around and do nothing.
He began tinkering around
with the landscaped grounds,
pulling weeds and planting.-
"beautiful flowers and even
growing vegetables such as
tomatoes and collard greens.
That in itself may not seem
all that unusual for a senior
.except, for the fact that
-Sanchez is legally blind.
Sanchez has macular
degeneration, the leading cause
,of legal blindness in the United
States.
It causes deterioration of the
center partof the retina, known
as the macula. Macular
degeneration takes away ones
ability to focus, read, drive,
recognize faces, colors or see'
fine details.
"People wouldn't normally
realize Al is blind by watching
him. Two or three times a da)
we find him out there pulling
weeds or watering the plants."
said Parkside administrator
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Sanchez said that it's true,
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SANCHEZ
Continued from p. 1C

1952 with a master's degree in
agricultural science.
He had been teaching at the
university for three years when'
he was given a management
opportunity at Velda Farms'
headquarters in Tampa.
"I really could have just left
anytime I wanted to because I
wasn't under contract or
anything. Staff members didn't
want me to go, and out of
courtesy, I waited," said
Sanchez.
"But they kept putting me
off and I waited a little longer,
until one day When Dr. Fouts,
chairman of the dairy science'
department, told me that if I
left, I'd never survive out
there."
That was when he left and
went on to work in 'corporate
dairies around the state with
Velda Farms.
In 1967, Sanchez ran for
mayor of Cooper City, a
community located about 15
miles southwest of Fort
Lauderdale. He won by a vote
of 199 votes to 119.
At a time when technology
was not so advanced, he first
found out that he won, the
election by telegram from a
cir\ commissioner.'
An old newspaper clipping
sho,,s that the first issues on


hose and tripped over it
without realizing just how hurt
he was," said daughter-in-law'
Elaine Sanchez. Elaine is
married to Al Sanchez Jr. and
as owners of S&A Nursery,
they provide the plants,
flowers and vegetables seen
growing around Parkside.
Sanchez is also, the father of
two daughters, Diane and
Elaine, and has one grandson
and another on the way.
"Al is as sharp as a tack,"'
said Pitts. People come up to
hirh all the time asking about a
plants or flowers and
problems they are having with
them. Because of his vision
loss, he asks people to describe
them to him and then, just like
that, he can name the plant, tell
them how to prune .it and .what


to do to keep it healthy.
In addition, Sanchez is the
first one up to sing and dance
on karaoke night at Parkside.
He also travels each weekend
to attend dances with the Lake
Butler Singles Club.
"Live life believing that you
should be the best you can be
at anything you do," is his
advice for a having a life well
lived.

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Parkside resident Al Sanchez sits among some of the many flowers he
personally planted around the facility.
,


the agenda for Sanchez were
hiring the first city clerk for
$35 a week and having the
cigarette tax put into the city's
recreational fund.
Problems with his vision
caused Sanchez to retire from
the Tampa Independent Dairy


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-late 1980s.
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I received training in animal
nutrition and formulation of
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' During this time of the year,
the Bradford Ecumenical
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Stake is especially busier than
'ever.
The Food Pantry is presently
assisting anywhere from 10 to
20 families each day, Monday
through Thursday.
"And that's with us just
being open from 1 p.m. to 4"
p.m. each day," said volunteer
Arley McRae.
"Right now, the Food Pantry
is assisting over' 700 people a
month in the Bradford County
area. Unfortunately, during the
holidays..vwe find there are
man. more families that are in
need ofriiritiops _.fopd." said,.
McRae.
Up until about a-month ago.
Publix grocery stores supplied
the Food Pantry with items
such as chicken, lunch meat
and cole slaw.
However, Publix began
enforcing its longstanding
policy of requiring refrigerated
vehicles. to, pick up and
transport the food items.
"There has never been a'
problem with the safety of
their food products, but their'
headquarters in Lakeland has
.temporarilN halted the Food
-Pantry donations of
refrigerated items. Maybe they
just want to make sure it
doesn't ever become a
problem," said McRae.
McRae feels that Publix is
one of the few stores that
really try hard- to help
communities, and that it will
just take a little time for
everything to get worked out.
Until a time when the Food
Pantry gets a donated supply
of refrigerated !or frozen
goods, there are none available
right now to give to needy
families.
"We're not completely
without food," .said McRae,
"but some people say that


there's not enough."
The supply shelves of the
Food Pantry were very close to
being bare on the day the


Telegraph visited. Within two"
days, the shelves were again
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Arley McRae (far left), a volunteer with the Food Pantry in of November, with the result being more than two pickup
Bradford County, was all smiles after a donation made by truck loads. Pictured with McRae are Chad Everson
Madison Street Baptist Church. Church members began (center), pastor at Madison Street Baptist Church, and
purchasing food for the Food Pantry during the first week Eric Jackson, head of the church's men's ministry.


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There is also the annual
Walk for Hunger that normally
takes place during the fall, but
has been temporarily
rescheduled this year due to
weather conditions.
The location from which the
Food Pantry operates was
formerly a home owned by Joe'
and Clarise Wood, who signed
the home over to the Food
Pantry, free and clear.
The Food Pantry if an
emergency food assistance
program where a family of
four or five can receive two to
three bags of food for a week,
totaling between 60-80 pounds
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FOOD
Continued from p. 2C

Said McRae, "That's how
things work around here. The
community of Starke at large
has been very supportive of the
Food Pantry, especially during
this time of the year ,to help
those who are less fortunate."
USDA foods are shipped


regularly to the Second
Harvest Food Bank in
Jacksonville. Once monthly,
Second Harvest allocates food
to the 17 counties in its
territory: Alachua, Baker,
Bradford, Clay, Columbia,
Dixie, Duval, Flagler,
Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette,
Levy, Nassau, Putnam, St.
Johns, Suwannee and Union.
Another provider for the
Food Pantry is Farm Share of


South Florida. McRae said
they come through the area
from time to time, bringing
-.fresh produce. "What's great
,about our volunteers is that we
can pick up the phone and
organize 20 to 25 .people,
sometimes with less than a
day's notice, to help unload the
truck when it comes in," said
McRae.
There are various -church
organizations in Starke that


Arley McRae stocks the shelves, which had previously been empty, after receiving a
food donation from Madison Street Baptist Church.


graciously send volunteers to
work in the Food Pantry under
the direction of the volunteer
coordinator. Applean Brovwn.
Although the First
Presbyterian Church of Starke
was very active in starting up
the Food Pantry, there are now
eight Bradford County
churches that actively provide
assistance to the Food Pantry.
Those churches are First
United Methodist, First
Baptist, Madison Street
Baptist. St. Edwards Catholic,
St. NMark's Episcopal, First
Presbyterian, Kingsley Lake
Baptist and First Christian
Church.
First Presbyterian Church of
Starke, of which McRae is an
elder, has food and
contribution drives every other
month that help the Food
Pantry. On alternating months,
the food and contribution drive
goes to supporting another
food pantry ministry in the
area. ,
McRae feels blessed that the
Food Pantn of Starke has been
fortunate enough to be a part
of the Gainesville Harvest.
Gainesville Harvest picks up
excess food from area
'locations such as restaurants,
hotels and schools, delivering
the food to pantries that feed
the hungry.
The Food Pantry itself
sponsors two annual events. In
the early spring, musician
James Rogers of Dollywood
performs at the Bradford High
School auditorium.


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The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners will conduct two public
hearings to consider the enactment of ordinances imposing impact fees.

"'The first of the two public hearings will be held on:

Date: November 27, 2006
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Charley E. Johns Conference Center
1610 North Temple Avenue, Starke

The second and final public hearing will be held on'

Date: December 14, 2006
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Charley E. Johns Conference Center
1610 North Temple Avenue, Starke

All interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed
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residents, although no one is
turned away.
"If someone from another
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them to a service organization
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McRae pointed out the
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Former KHHS volleyball player shines

BY CLIFF SMELLEY high school. Instead, she .
Telegraph Staff Writer accepted a scholarship to St.
Johns River Community
Things. may not have gone College in Palatka;
the way she would've liked Arnette received all-
coming out of high school, but conference honors during her
in the end, things worked out two years at St. Johns, but
just fine for Keystone Heights wasn't sure if her playing days
High School graduate Carrie would continue.
Arnette, who finished her "I really wanted to keep
Flagler College volleyball playing," she 'said, "but. I
career as one of the school's didn't know if the doors were
top setters. going.toopen." .
Arnette, who graduated from A door did--open for her.
Keystone in 2003 recorded-Arnette" tried out. for two .: .-
1,01l5 assists this past season, schools, including Embry- '
giving her a total of 1,731 Riddle, before receiving a visit: ,,
assists during her two years at from Taylor Mott, the coach at *.. ". .
Flagler. That's the second-best Flagler. Flagler's setter quit .
total in school history. the earn, leaving a void that
"It's an honor to finish like Arnette could fill. So she '.
that considering 1 didn't even transferred to the school she
think I was going to play the wanted to go to all along. "
last two years," Arnette said. "It was kind of like I was
Flagler is where Arnette meant to be at Flagler at some
wanted to go all along, but her point in my life," she said.
ACT score prevented her from During her junior season at
enrolling there straight Po. of.- Flagler, Arnette played in 116 ,


Spiller is second-

team all-ACC pick


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Unio'r' County High School
graduate C.J. Spiller, who
capped the regular season with
his second straight 100-yard-
plus performance, was recently
named to the all-ACC football
team.
Spiller,' a true freshman, was
a second-team pick at running
back after compiling 914 yards
on 124 carries this season. He
is fresh off of a game in which
he rushed for 135 yards and
touchdowns of 31 and 80 yards
on just 10 carries in a 31-28
loss to South Carolina.
Prior to that game, Spiller
rushed for 154 yards on 18
__canriesin--a-20--4 -win- over-
N.C. State. He had a
touchdown run of 52 yards.
The all-ACC selection is just
the latest honor for Spiller. He
has been named the


conference's Rookie of the
Week three times this season
following performances
against North Carolina (12
carries-58 yards, two
touchdowns). Wake Forest f9-
104, one touchdown) and
Georgia Tech (16-116, two
touchdowns.
Spiller was named National
Freshman of the Week by
Rivals.com following the
Georgia Tech game, in which
he scored on a 50-yard run and
a 50-yard reception.
He finished the regular
season with the fourth-best
rushing average per game
(76.2) in the conference and
his average yards per carry
(7.4) is the best by any ACC
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dfit P atka 6-1

BY CLIFF SMELLEY Palatka -was-ed--no time
tffWriter-----arwering, scoring on a
breakaway attempt in the fifth
Ryan Miller had three assists minute.
as the Keystone Heights boys From then on, it was all
soccer team finally picked up Keystone as the Indians scored
its second win of the season, three goals to go up 4-1 at the
defeating host.Palatka 6-1 on half.
Nov. 21. Miller and Rodel teamed up
Keystone head coach Trevor again, with Rodel scoring in
Waters said he was pleased the 121h minute. Brad Gober
with his team's overall play then took a long pass from
and energy. The Indians (2-1-4 Justin Hedding and slipped it
prior to Nov. 28) had gone past the goalie for a 3-1 lead in
without a win since opening the 14'h minute.
the season with.a 3-0 victory. Hannah added the last goal
Four straight ties followed of the half, ripping a shot past
before the Indians lost for the the goalie on an assist from
first time. Gober in the 33F' minute.
Miller helped Keystone Miller chalked up his third
rebound from the loss and get assist in the 50"' minute. the
off to a fast start against result of which was a goal by
Palatka. He sent a pass to Hannah, taken from inside 18
Hayden Rodel, who beat the yards.
goalie with a hard shot on the
near post in the third minute.


KH girls soccer

team gets third win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Two late goals broke a I-all
tie and gave the Keystone,
Heights girls soccer team a 3-1.
win over host Palatka on Nov.'
21.
Julie Campbell broke the tie
with an unassisted goal, which
was followed a by goaL.by-
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assisted on Ekenbarger's goal,
scored the Indians' first goal of
the match in the first half.
.Michelle Houser was credited
with' the assist.nIlgI
Keystone (3-3-1 prior to
Nov. 28) was coming off of a


9-1 loss to an -undefeated St.
Johns Country Day team,
which .was a Class 2A state
semifinalist last year, on Nov.
20 in Orange Park.
The Indians played district
opponent Pierson Taylor this
past Tuesday and will host
district opponent Crescent City
- -today,-Nov. 30, at 5 p.m.
*Keystone hosts Hawthorne
on Friday, Dec. 1, and Fort
White on Monday, Dec. 4.
Both matches are scheduled
for 5 p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5, the
Indians travel to play district
opponent Interlachen at 5 p.m.


Keystone Heights High School graduate Carrie Arnette
finished her collegiate volleyball career by tallying the
second-most assists in Flagler College history. Photo
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Her last match was a loss, looking foran internship.
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Tasha Denise Bennett and
Herbert Edwin Baucom


Bennett and

Baucom to

wed Dec. 2
Ricky and Gina Bennett of
Starke announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Tasha Denise Bennett, to
Herbert Edwin Baucom of
Columbia. S.C., son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baucom.
The bride-elect is a 1999
graduate of Bradford High
School.
The groom-elect works at
Norman's Heating and Air
Conditioning.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Dec. 2, 20i:h, at 3
p.m., at the River of Life
Church of God in Starke.
A reception will follow.the
ceremony at Starke Golf and
Country Club.
. Family and friends are
invited.


Green family
reunion is

Dec.9
The family of Arch. and
Fannie Green will have a
reunion on Saturday, Dec. 9, in
the barn of Lawrence Mosley,
four miles north of Starke on
U.S. 301.
The gathering will begin at 1
p.m. and food will be served at
4.
*Meat will be cooked at the
barn and a 'donation will be
requested. The rest of the dinner
will'be potluck and each family
should bring salads, side dishes
or dessenrts.
. Family members are urged to
bring photos.
Call Harry Green to. RSVP
at (904) 964-6653. He. may
also be reach during work
hours at (904) 964-6653 or by
mail at 14677 U.S. 301 S,
Starke. FL 32091


John P. Johns and
Zenaida W. Cawed


Cawed and

Johns to wed
John P. Johns of Lake Butler
and Zenaida W. Cawed of
Baguio City, Philippines, have
announced their upcoming
marriage.
The groom-elect is the son
of Pat, Johns of Lake Butler,
and the late M.L. Johns Jr. He
is a 1984 graduate of Bradford
High School and served in the
United State Marine Corps. ,
The bride-elect is the:
daughter of \H ilihm F. Cawed
and Maria Louisa Cawed of
Baguio City. She is a 1991.
graduate, of MPGC High
School and graduated \ith a
bachelor's degree in:
elemcni.arv education from NMP
State Politechnic College in
Bonioc. Philippines.
The tcddina cerenion, will
take place at Pine Level
Baptist Church in Starke on
Saturday, Dec. 16,. 2006, at I
p.m.-
A reception will
imm Jidajlyv follow the
ceremony in the fellowship
hall.
All, friends and
acquaintances are in% ited.




WORTH NOTING


A free class for adults who want
'to improve reading skills and basic
math computational skills %ill be
held at Bradford-LUnion Area \o-
Tech. For additional information,
call (904) 966-6773 or (904) 966-
6764.


Seay and

Orton to wed
Mike and Gena Goldie of
Lake Butler announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter. Jennifer Kay Seay, to
Kevin Randall Orton, son. of
James and Judy Orton of
Waldo.
The bride-elect is a 2002
graduate of Union County
High School. She is employed
at Community State Bank in
Lake Butler.
The groom-elect is a 1995
graduate of Bradford High
School. He is employed by
Cox Communications ,in
Gaines ille.
: The iWeddino wiHll take nirae


Jennifer Kay Seay and
Kevin Randall Orton
on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2006, at 5
p.m., at. the Worthington
Springs Cinrmunily Center.
Family and friends are
invited.


BIRTHS


Owen Robert Johnson

Owen Johnson
Rocky and Stephanie Griffis
Johnson-announce the birth of
their son, .Owen Robert,
-Johnson' on Nn\. 6, 2006, at
North Florida Women's Center
in Gaines\ ille.
Ox\en %\ weighed 7 pound.. 13
ounces and measured 20':
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Jimmie and Tammie Vaughn ot
Lake Butler and Mar\ in and
Nancy Griffts of Raiford.
Maternal greai-grandparents
are Pauletta Phillips ot Lake
Butler and the late O\en J.
Phillips and Paul and Julie"
Kish of Chatsworth, Ga. \
Paternal grandparents .are
Ricky and Carol Johnson of
Lake City.
Paternal greal grandparents
are Margaret Waters of Lake
City and the. late Tommy
Waters and the late Robert
Johnson and Barbara Key.


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Rachel Leigh Evans

Rachel Evans
letter\ and Emily E'.ans of
Bos, ster Ci"ti. La., announce the
birth of iheir daughter. Rachel
Leigh E\ans. on Oct 16, 2006.
Rachel weitghed 7 pounds,
I0 ounces and measured 19
inches in length.
Nlaternal grandparents are
Lloyd and Julia Weidman of
Milton..
Maternal great-grandparents
.Frances Witi) of Ailanta and
the late William Witty, Helen
Weidman"of Tampa and the
late Charles Weidman.
Paternal grandparents are
Shelia Magyari Evans of
Starke and Harry Evans of St.;
Augustine.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Mable Magyari and the late
: John Maevari of Starke and
Lucille C-llins ofTitusville.


Brittany Lee Meng and
Jared Timothy Rollins.


Meng and

Rollins to wed

Dec 9
Jeriy and Rhonda Ri ffe and
Carlton and Bhhib Meng of
Keystone Hcicht- announce
the upcoming mjrri.gce 't Ihcir
daugl'i,.r, Briliany Lcc Mecng.
to Jared Tim>,ih, Rollins, son
of Perry .ind Toni Rollins of
Melros'e. ,
The bride-elect is a student
at the ,Uni\ersih\ Florida. She
plans. to graduate oiih a.
.bachelor', 4f science degree in
tourism,' r-creaii'in and sports
management in August 20t(7.
The gro'om-cleci earned a
bachelor -t science degree in
accounting in 211i)0 and a.
ma.,Icr'- in accounting in 2liptI,:
both Irom the Uini. critY of
Florida. He vork,, at Ra\onier
in Jackson'illc.
The \kcdding ill lake place'
on Saturday Dec. 9, 2006, at
Trinils Baptist Church in
Kesione Height.I. A reception
will immcdialel\ follow the
ceremony\ in thc telloT.hip
hall of the church. All family
and friends are invited.
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Preregistration is required. Call
(904) 758-3074 or (352) 376-6866
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Are you interested in a career
that can include entrepreneur.
fashion, art and sales
representation?
Then cosmetology may be
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Anew cosmetology program
will begin Wednesday, Jan. 3,
at Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center.
Registration for the program
will begin Monday, Dec. 4.
The cosmetology class'
includes hair/coloring, cutting.
and -styling, manicure and
pedicure training, .plus
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salons and beauty shops and
sales for supply companies.
If you are interested, call
(904) 966-6769 for more
information or,to schedule a
TABEtest.
Financial aid is available for
those who qualify.'



Consolidated

High School

plans reunion
The Consolidated High
School Reunion second annual
fund-raising event. "Christmas
Banquet Celebration." is
scheduled for Friday, Dec. 15,.
at 7 p.m.. at the Lake Butler
Lakeside Communit Center.
The event is semi-formal and
dinner %ill be served.
For .more information,
contact Eddie or Cora Jackson
at (352) 496-1670. or Alicia
Maxwell at (352) 372-8668.

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Adults are needed to work with
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BHS takes first in Ridgeview tourney


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Seven wrestlers earned top-
three finishes as Bradford
captured first place overall at a
10-team junior varsity
tournament at Ridgeview High
School on Nov. 18.
Five of Bradford's wrestlers
won their weight classes:
Dylan White (130-pound
class), Billy Brooks (135),
Alan Lin (160), Brandon
Andrews (171). and Casey,
Hines (215).
Ricky King finished as
runner-up in the 285-pound
class, while Donnie Jarrett
placed third in the 140-pound
class.
Ian Summerville, Bradford's
new head coach, was excited
to come away with the first-
place trophy and proud of his
team, especially King and
White, who, are 'wrestling for
the first time.
"They stepped it up: and
worked hard," Summerville
said.
Bradford's first action this
season occurred Nov. 15 in a
varsity dual match against
visiting Ridgeview, which saw
the teams finish tied at 39-all.
Ridgeview was credited with,
the win after a tie-breaker
format was used, but
Summerville was nonetheless
pleA d. Ridgeview was a
region, .champion just two
years agdo.
"That was just amazing in
itself that we wrestled on the


The Bradford High School wrestling team is shown celebrating after winning a
tournament at Ridgeview High School. Pictured are: Max Ennis, Brandon Andrews,
Dylan White, Casey Hines, head coach lan Summerville, Billy Brooks. Alan Lin,
Marcus Shockley, Carlton Crudup, Shawn Boyette, Donnie Jarrett, Rodney King,
La'Mondo Lee, coach Pelcher and Josh Williams.
: '*'. ,^ 1 ,:. i ih u o ', ', .' .* '. .


same level' as a team like
Ridgeview," Summerville said.

Wrestlers earning wins
against Ridgeiew were R.J.
Starling (103). Max Ennis
(119), Brooks. Josh Williams
(145), Shawn Boyette (151),
Andrews and Zack Wilson
(215).


Williams and Boyette are Bradford hosted a dual
first-year wrestlers,' while match with Middleburg on
Ennis is a senior captain and Nov. 29 and will travel for'a
returning regional qualifier.,.-. tournament at West Nassau
High School in, Callahan this
This a "s"' other Frid) and Saturday, Dec. 1-2.
captains are Joh ier On Wednesday, Dec. 6, the
'n Tornadoes tra'%el to face
Mark Winenger. Both fy r.' Palatka at 6 p.m.
regional qualifiers last eatr, as .
were Lin and La'Mondo Lee.


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Bradford boys open with

20-point win over Keystone


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford scored, the first
eight points and never looked
back, defeating the visiting
Keystone Heights .boys
basketball team 63-43 in the
season opener for both teams
on Nov. 21.
Marcus Wilson and Leonard
Barnes scored 15 and 14
points, respectively, for
Bradford as the Tornadoes
used an aggressive style of
play to get out to a big lead
early. Bradford turned a nine-
point lead into one of 28 points
after outscoring the Indians 24-
5 in the second quarter.
A basket. by Chuckie
Covington sparked a 15-1
Bradford run. Antwan Brown
was responsible for five of
those points, scoring a basket,
making a free throw and
creating a basket for Eugene
Blye with a steal.
Andrew Simmons hit two
free throws that put the
Tornadoes. up .by 19, then


Wat


followed that up with a 3-
pointer that put his team up 30-
9.
The quarter was unkind to
the Indians, who failed to
make a field goal and
committed more than 10
turnovers. Most of those


turnovers came in 'the- latter
stages of the quarter, including
one on a steal by Simmons,
which led to a driving layup by.
Brown with five seconds
before halftime.. Brown's
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BHS girls improve

to 3-0 in district


iL.: yKeystone girls

EIE drop 2 in tourney


B1 CLIFF SMELLEY
Tele' iaph Staff Writer
The second quarter alone
v as better than host
Suw.annee's entire output as
the Bradford girls basketball
team defeated the Bulldogs 60-
22 on No\ 27 in Live Oak.
Tosha Griffin and Khalaa
Hill combined for 25 points to
help the Tornadoes improve to
3-0 in District 3-4A and 5-0
overall
Demetria Slocum and Jerica
S\arren scored eight and six
points. respectively, in the
second quarter that propelled
Bradford to a 37-8 halftime
lead.
The Tornadoes did not let up
in the third quarter as Griffin
scored nine points.
Griffin led all scorers with
'3 points, while Hill had 12.
Slocum finished with nine
points, with Warren and Keita
Goodman each chipping in
eight.
Bradford, as a team. did not
shot free throws well, making
onl\ 5-of- 12. but Slocum was


3-of-4 at the line.
In the last two games.
Slocum has shot 67 percent
from the foul line. while Hill
has shot 60 percent. Bradford's
team percentage in those
games is 43 percent.
Bradford head coach Shane
NMcFadyen said he is pleased
so far this season with the %wa)
the scoring on his team has
been balanced A lot of credit
goes to returning point guard
Griffin.
"She's spreading the ball
around so well right now:"
McFadyen said.
The coach singled out
Goodman and Slocum for their
contributions to what has been
a tenacious defense so far this
season.
Bradford travels to play
Keystone Heights tonight,
Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m. The
Tornadoes then return home to
play Eastside on Monday, Dec.
4, at 7:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Bradford travels to play
Hawthorne at 7:30 p.m.


Jerica Warren (right) scored eight points in Bradford's
district win over Suwannee.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 13 24
SHS: 3 5


Bradford Scoring
Destiny Bass 3, Goodi


Griffin 13, Hill 12, Slocum 9,
3-60 Ebony, Smith 5, Warren 8,
4-22 Chasily Whitaker 2. 3-
pointers: Bass, Griffin, Hill.
(60):
man 8, See BHS, p.11C


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A young team is bound to
take its lumps from more
experienced teams, and that
was the case for the Keystone
Heights girls basketball team,
which suffered two .blowout
losses in its : annual.
Thanksgiling tournament,
which was held Nov. 20-21.
Ke ,stone il-2 prior to No\
28) opened the tournament'
with a 34-point loss to Palatka,
then suffered a 36-point loss to
Hawthorne in the tournament's
consolation game. Palatka .
returns four starters from last
year, including Crishea-
Johnson, a second-team, Class
4A all-state selection
Hawthorne is also
experienced, and the Hornets
had little trouble with the
Indians in the consolation
game, winning 55-19.
The Hornets' Kiara Bradley,
Breanna Fort and Can% is Scott
combined to score '47 points.
All three players are returning
starters and the\ were
instrumental in Hawthorne


defeating Keystone iin last
year's Thanksgiving
tournament.
Keystone struggled b-inging
the ball upcourt _against
*Hawthorne's pressure defense
as well as finding it difficult to
make baskets. The Indians had
approximately 30 turnovers in
the game and shot Jless than 20
percent from the field. They
made just four field goals,
three of %which came from Kim
Russell, who finished with 14
points.
It was Russell who did her
best to keep the Indians in the
game earl). She scored the
team's first five points, which
included a rebound score late
in the first quarter that ended
an 8-0 Hawthorne run.
The Hornets' Fort and Scott
scored all but two points
during a 12-2 run to open the
second quarter. Fort scored six
straight points during that span
after getting an easy basket
after a steal b) teammate
Dedra Strickland.
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basket sent the Tornadoes into
the locker room up 41 -13.
Bradford showed no signs of
slowing in the second half.
Barnes scored four points
during a 10-1 run to open the
third quarter.
One of the few bright spots
for Keytone. was the play of
Dan Courson late in the game.
Courson scored on two
consecutive layup attempts in
the closing seconds of, the third
quarter. The first came
following a steal by Richie
Rudd, .the second off of a steal
by Nik Brokas.

Courson was fouled on the
second score. He converted on
the free-throw attempt, but that
still left the Indians trailing by
26 entering the fourth quarter.
In the final quarter, Courson
added six more points, giving
him a team-high 12.

Bradford, which played
district opponent Ridgeview
this past Tuesday, will travel to
Jasper to play Hamilton
County on Friday, Dec. 1, then
hit the road again to play
di.,trici opponent Suwannee in
Live Oak on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Both games are scheduled for
7:30 p.m.


Chuckle
Covington
(center) grabs a
rebound for
Bradford while
being
surrounded by |
Keystone
players Jordan
Fogg (left) and
Matt Semione.
Photo by ;
Christie
Torode.









Keystone. played
Middleburg on Nov. 28 and
will travel to play Orange Park
tonight, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m.
The Indians host district
opponent Pierson Taylor on
Friday, Dec. 1, then host clay
on: Monday, Dec. 4. Both
games are scheduled for 7:30
p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5, the
Indians travel to Alachua to


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play Santa Fe, which also has a
7:30 p.m. tip-off.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 8 5
BHS: 17 24


14 16-43
12 10-63


Scoring :
Keystone (43): Tyler Brunink
5, Travis Buchanan,5,'Courson
12, Jordan Fogg 3, Robie
Latner 2, Rudd 2, Matt


Semione 3, Matt Snowberger
4, Greg Taylor 5, Michael Van
Wie 2. 3-pointers: Fogg,
Semione. Free throws: 15-21.

Bradford (63): B.J. Altson 7,
Barnes 14, E. Blye 6, Josh
Blye 2, Brown 5, Covington 7, .
Justin Henderson 2, Simmons
5, Wilson 15. 3-pointers:
Altsori, Covington, Simmons.
Free throws: 8-14.


TOURNEY
Continued from p. 7C


Bradley also got in on the
action, sinking a 3-pointer that
put the Hornets up 24-8.
Two free throws by Russell
stopped the run, but the
Indians were not able to make
a basket until Abby Knabb
scored after a Hawthorne
turnover with. less than 40
seconds remaining in the half.
Russell was able to score
consecutive baskets for the
Indians in the third quarter, but
the Hornets outscored
Keystone 22-6, getting 11
points from Fort and Scott.
Fort and Scott each finished,
with 17 points for the Hornets,
while Bradley had,14.
In the championship game
of the tournament, Palatka
defeated Nease 67-51,
Keysto-ne played
.Middleburg this past Tuesday
and \ ill host Bradford tonight,
Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m.
On Friday, Dec. 1, the
Indians host district opponent
" Pierson .Taylor at 6 p.m.'
Keystone then travels to play
district opponent Interlachen
on Tuesday. Dec. 5, at 7:30
p.m.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 6 6
HHS: 12 19


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Score by Quarter
PHS: 17 15
KHHS: 7 10


17 11-60
6 3-26


Keystone ,Scoring (26):
Brittany Bostic 6, Knabb 4,
Morgan Maxwell 2, Russell 8,
Karleigh Smoak 2, Allison
Sullivan 1, Taylor 1. Free
throws: 2-9.



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Motor Vehicles
2001 FORD F250 XLT.
4X4'. BLACK, 5.4. auto.
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lent condition. $16,500
OBO. Call 904-219-
1536 or 904-854-3226.


i '88 DODGE DAKOTA
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CASH VEHICLES 92
BONNEVILLE. $1,750.
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Cougar, $1,500.. '00
Chevy S-10, $4,600. All
cars plus tax, tag -and
title. 352-277-7759.
1987 TOYOTA PICK-UP
4X4 EXTENDED CAB,
new 33x12.50 TSL super
swampers, new rebuilt
motor, primer paint.
$2,500 OBO,.call 904-
34-8013.
1992 CHEVY S-10 PICK-
UP TRUCK. Cap on it,
new tires, big 6 engine,
excellent condition.
$2,000 firm, call 352-
473-3400.
1998 LINCOLN CONTI.
NENTAL Everything
I'I'S qreal condition.
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8882 and ask for Davir
Hurse.
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RV's and
Campers
'MOTOR HOME -CLASS
"C". 1999MShasta, 30ff.
Model Cheyenne.
30,475 miles, excellent
condition. Pay off bal-
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America and it's yours.
Contact. Andrew Cain at
386-496-1862 or Virginia
Cain at 352-473-7797.
.See itat 1356 SE81stSt,
Starke.
44
Boats
16' HOBICAT FOR SALE,
$650 OBO. Tramp and
sails in excellent condi-
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Call 352-235-4352.
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Land for Sale
OCALA NATIONAL FOR-
EST LOTS. $500 down,
$199/mth. Owner, 352-
239-5520 or 352-236-
4579. www.ocalaforest
land.com/2nd.
2.5 ACRESCLEARED with
new driveway on N.W.
180th Street in Starke.
$52,000. Call 904-964-
6708, leave message.
WATERFRONT 1.5
ACRES 5 miles north of
Macclenny on St. Mary's
River. Call 904-259-
8028.
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
SALE, BRADFORD
COUNTY, off US301 be-
low WalMart, north on
SW 127th St, south of
Starke, FL. Mobile
home, partially fenced,
previously cleared,' no
knowledge of well or sep-
tic tank. $25,000. Call
352-235-4352. Lic. R.E.
Salesman.
WATERFRONT, HOMES
ONLY, building lot for
sale. Bradford County,
est. .85 acre on Paradise
Lake,; Keystone Heights,
FL. Only .2of a mile off
paved road to lot. Will
need well and septic and
some clearing. $65,000.
Call 352-235-4352. Lie.
R.E. Salesman.
REDUCED TO $27,200 for
wooded and private lot in
quiet residential neigh-
borhood. Other lots in
area selling for $28,000
and above. Make offer.
Call Carol Ekenbarger.
Reallor at Helen Hersey
Realty, 352-473-8882.
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Commercial
Property
Rent, Lease,
Sale


Short Wheel Base, Automatic, AC, 5.0L V8 302,
Goose Neck Receiver in Bed, Draw-Tite Hitch, 2 New
Tires. Has jumped timing... have all new parts to fix
goes with truck. $1,500 Call 386-496-1215
before 9 pm please


HILLI.ARD JLW .l,,:.t:,rr
-. 48 3BR'2B .-l up
.-n j ,,r'e-.. r;- ir, IA l "I .- ,.
,:l j, d f. -14 p~r r .:,nir,
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rr.:rv ., .,,,.' easyquali-
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I '.I.4-"- -., 904-424-
'7345. :
LAND HOME PACKAGE -
New 1560 sq ft 4/2 on 1.5
acres in Baker 'County.
$110,000. Call 904-259-
8028. 1
YEW FLEETWOOD
HOMES 2006, MOD-
ELS sold for thousands.
"E V -'"006. 2'Jt '..c. -'1
FLEETWOOD, $44,900
aei,- re.o and setup.
Yarborough Homes,
drive a little save a lot.
Call 904-259-8028.
HiGHLAtID ESTATES -
20&2 D.Wt.IH C.I;l plan
3'2_, .Ir- plslCe lIJ ur.,
': IT m -*J;i r b 1 "ll 1'".. r,,|
r.p.[rr,. ,j .:t arltiia l
ler..c'3 L,:'lI ,T In .ii- q
space. Appraised at
$68,500 in February.
:-,/ ".6,3 5.'. FHA, VA
:,' 1 i. : financing
available. Call Mark
Uram at 352-528-2092.
2003 DWMH FLEET-
WOOD, OAK KNOLL
SERIES, model 4483B.
12,63 sq ft, plywood
floors, 3/2, both with,
showers and no tubs,
ceiling fans and all appli-
ances included, 2 car
carport and front deck
included. You mbve,
$32,000. Call 904-449-
3938.


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FLURttilHEC Fr:.:'..
PLETE v, Hr,C.H A .S-,l
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pi:.r .v 'i r ." .r 1 r.1 ar. :rr
t-i .' 3 13 i l'.k R :.m -i
without bath, $95. Laun-.
dry facilities available.
Close to churches.
stores, downtown -shop-
ping, theatre, and more!.
See,'Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from tre- i srlP e Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303., '
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
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non HC 'apartments.
Central ac/heat, on.site,
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on,..
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icc.alion 2 parcels' 28,.00
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kitchen, u iIh.jo .5sa'na
more provided. Call 904-
964-2616.
TWO COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS downtown
Starke: One set up for
restaurant. Huge square
footage. One needs
roof. Only $376,500 for
both. Call 904-964-4111.
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3/3 BRICK HOME ON
3EDFORD LAKE 2500
sq ft, lots of amenities.
$395,000, will consider
any offer. Call 352-473-
7769 9r 352-235-1294.
3/2 IN KEYSTONE -
$195,000 OBO. Hard-
wood floor, fenced in
backyard, quiet neigh-
borhood. Phone 352-
745-1308.
-LAKE BUTLER CREEK
SIDE 1. ACRE rpeavl.,
wooded wlir, iw':. rei-,
dences. $250,000, will
Sseperate. Call 702-287-
8003.
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Mobile Homes
for Sale


ROOMS

FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
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Melrose, Geneva
Lake Estates
I BR/l BA,
1g. garage,.
washer/dryer, tile &
Berber carpet, great
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$650 mith.
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352-235-0035.
WASHINGTON SQUARE
Apts, Hawthorne. FL. 1.&
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sistance available to
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and 1pm to 5pm. Call
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able December 1 st C311
352-256-0123 or '* '
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41 'Vehicle Parts & Accessories
42 ,htotor Vehicles
43 RV's campersr s
44 BoaLs
45 Land tor Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Conmmercial Property
Rent. Lease. Sale
48 Hiomes for Sale '
49 1,l-.. I,, II..... ,,.I... v i
S51 I" .r Rt ..I
S51 l.osl/F'nuud '
',52 Animials& Pets
53A YardSales
l I ,,, lo 6 .rl -%.i, .'. '


57, I':,r L,
58 tn.idc .. l r l. ,.l,
59 Personal Services
(.60 Secretarial Services
( 61. Scriptures
62 .Vacationrrravel
63 Love liUnes .
64 business Opportunity
65 H-Ielp Wanted ,
66 Investment Opportunity
67 H" l ting Land for Rent
68 Rent to On -
S, Food Silpplemnents
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
: 73 Farm Equipment
74 Compunters & Computer Accessories
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1675 SW 3rd Ave
3 BR/2 BA, 1442 sq. ft. single story ranch
style home w/carpet, Vinyl, ceiling fans,
stove, dishwasher, near school and
shopping.

ii' Call Carol Law
----7 J Reallor-Associate s g

The Darby Rogers Co. 386-623-6664
3101 W. US 90, Suite 101 Lake City, FL


Keystone Scoring (19)-
Knabb 3, Heather Martin 1C
Russell 14, Carey Taylor 1.
Free throws: 11-24.

Earlier result:


Palatka 60 KHHS 26
It was not a pleasant reunion
for Keystone head coach Mike'
Ruszkowski, who watched his
former team, Palatka, hand the
Indians a 60-26 loss in the first
round of the KHHS
Thanksgiving tournament on
Nov. 20.
Palatka built a 15-point
halftime, lead, then increased it
by. 11 in the third quarter.
Three Panthers players
scored in double figures, while
Keystone's high scorer was
Russell with eight points.


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and $200/sec required.
References needed.
Call 352-258-6582. *
FISHERMArN S PARA
DISE l rodeir. 2 '
r.i-,us' Ill-i'.Cr ni warll ir-
s,0,nai rol amp cariai
arin. io:ck .1,97 :. mm
cieari cneCi Call i.'
Cr j .j1i105
.ICBILE HOME FOR
R E tT ,4 i: ,,rrii n 2 ,:n
Grier, Ri in Ralonra
Call 386 .131. 117
51
Lost/Found
LOST FEMALE WED
DIrjiGENGA GEMElJT
RiNIG Siarte area al
enO OI October near


Wendy's. For ariinfo,
call 904-583-0070. Re-
ward offered if found.
MISSING BLACK.AND
WHITE BOSTON BULL
. TERRIER Named
BocepnjuS asrisers to'
D,:. r nrq irom ..
C.rot: L t -area,0n o
Thanksgiving, Belongs
,' a ma,'rre wrn iu| l ieli
*,:.r i, arlr.a Re',a,,' l 01 '
fered for return,,no ques-
tions asked. Please call
904-964-7974 or 904-
373-4163.

52
Animals & Pets
[,I I .LLE EXOTIC
FIJRD H.nld rai-c'le
,':c al -il hor ,ale ,:ill
4
.Ip -:TT ill TIE FOR
,:HRiSTr.I. : j',;l
S,:,l.,reo Lutl I l rmal.
,: ...in -iii"i n ,. 3'i ,
l r ',- i- ri .: .'- all
r li-n 1il 1 386.66 122 1
FEKIIGESE PUPPIE


NAE SAL UINS O HEYA
NYTEMNHFOIOAR1 ALCAB ROFCME E


CKC REGISTERED.
Health certificates, home
grown -with lots of TLC.
Male and female $350-
Call 352475.24-128
READ, FOR CHRIST
f,1AS HORSES minia
i'u"e nrries anar :aives
Lariqe .--lClilO,1 AMK
Firm- : .'8- .30:29
53A
Yard Sales
LRRGE ,A RD 'SALE
H4,rF T i.-. Fr,.li3v and
:Sludi,; laKe CR18 10
'.._38 SE 86ir Si
PF,niiurli :iano. rnouie-
.ILULTI.F ..tIIL HUGE
RD EALE in
.ROOKER 1 1676
.,. r I Su 4 ,2. -2 8
"'ir. Salur .da/ 'Sam .
Jvweir, re r.,.rammoc
S T rr, r ll
h i'r ,J,-ll'. i e.aulih l C ,Te
_. la i I ,I C 1 1 new-i
,... .rr is e s r, c ,i ',. *
: ir riZ n-,-1" e.e'a
l' .r l..: r.i rana new
inngm :,0. much ci 1.:-l
4 F-MIL. ,i'ARD SALE.
:,"TuLRDA', D: emb.er
an-,rpTm LUS301i 2
,iies r.,.rri i: Lawley or
'. '3 L':'I '1*c lu1
IIG '.ARD SALE SAT
,jRDA DECEMBER 2
F-rir, Hull ant Avon
ir..: 1 oiCrrsimas deco
r.iaon : no l:is ,:, oiner
joodies 20728 rjW
SR16, 4.5 miles-Irom '
3.01 towards prison.

FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
Ideal Location *
Call (904) 964-3827


CALL
TODAY!

904-964-4000
866-964-4207

1107 S. Walnut St
Starke, Florida
I L.-atr d Behind Bridi,' r,
Cirirn Eyi CenCer,


II MORTGAGE
BANKERS
ASSOCIATION


.2 FAMILY YARD SALE
November 30th De-
cember 3rd and Decem-
ber 7ih Dec.6emer l011-,
arrm,.pm Cornei MwyH
16 .ar,d 233 iMorgan
Rd 2ra rouse benina
Kangaroo sore
'ARD SALE SATURDA'r
DECEMBER 2 8am-
if.nm s. Iin SW 681ri P
L.:I.- Hmpl,.n Oalki
i:,y ,'r.m ir,. : cliiraie
i 10 pliu. zes ga'1355.
waire kriilCk-knacks.
ireaa mill 4 5 boli pal-
lern rims. lois more
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
8 30 2 30 13380 SE
CR 10C'AonGritis Loop
across siom Grace Bap-
lius Churcn: 2 complete
vouin bceds eniernain-
meni clere TV cr-.eSl o
drawers kitchen. house-
rr,.lr aduil arno crilidren's
ci.:.riring inr ide door's
.ir, navrwafr cannlrig
lar. Chairs manvCrnn,.s-
inaC, iemS I 100mucr. 10
SATURDAY' DECEMBER
'.TH 7am.noor, Donot
rrifS5 iris ore Every.
irng fr-n electronics to
Cnr,.stiTa.' : r r li'SUP.
pies. iom auto access.
sores to riousenoid
iems Alltiems priced to


sell. Providence, from
SSR238, gosouth on SW
144thAve. 1 mii,,s Hils
Sof Providence, just follow
Ine sans
SATIURDAi ONLY .8Ai.1.
3 1 miles from iLl o:i
SR100 toward Key-
stone LOIS 01 ev.-v
ining. Tools i1,.
clolhes -Pic
MOVING SALE. SATUR
DAY. 8AM-2PM L.rnd
room. a.nelte seli de
iing acapinel dresser
and muCn more insr,,,
home at 1560 Geqer
Rd. Starke Cal 35.l.
473-8032 lor more, nl:,r
DECEMBER 2ND 8 30
2.30. 1 25 miles east on
Bessent Rd (154Ih Sti
Cralls. clothes, 1988
Bronco ($2.000)
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE FRIDAY AN.ID
SATURDAY. 8am-
Conerly Estates Greal
Christmas gills new
nems still in Dc .. Cnr.si
mas aecoralions. oasv.
comes, tanning bed
Dunk beds and much
more
3 FAMILY YARD SALE
CR233. EAST MOR-
GAN RD Salurday
8am-lpm Baoy aicms.
household. children and
women's clothing
SATURDAY YARD SALE


8AM-2PM. 1007Powell
Street off Cblley Rd.
near Bradford Terrace.
follow signs.
GIANTYARD SALE FIVE
FAMILIES Salurda,'
Dec:-Teit.' 2na 7mrr
-pm L,':IS| -,t .sItu c1,/
,lerToS ;arid.,lrlnes nrme
ranid runiris ,1hies
n.usr-i.ehl.'_.lmIs priced
I.:, sell Lca'ei I rm.ie
.':uir. .; l ii,lanri .r '1i1
i e- l rai. i i l I,,..: .
C AIRPORT -,ALE FRI.
Ci Af]C0 SATI.IRDA,
*aT,.. .m Cr, rirnas
aliers 'i'C'"'k r clO i.nes
,T, ui'r c-i le 1 Ii -
Biad,., rdCr IW Prail SI
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
.ARE PATIl SALE
SuIjDAi Decerrinel ,ir,
*:.rl,. am.j3pm Ber.ri.
T.,:n,, oi 'R Conr lir
A-.4 Fiui' Elur i:"1l
:511 *a C 'r ma,
s5 le la le0 l'pi i ,'
1.1.'L plu. mur:hn n ,,
slutl 1C. la3.r,
'ATURDAV i,.l. 'CO..
FuTER TABLE., i,,nri
Ilures a',oI icis ,TI
Opi-n HrOu-e C, Wai.:.n
ReallV -31 v R2l


BIG ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION

FRIDAY, DEC..1, 7:00 PM_
Keystone Heights Lions Club on Orchid Ave., across from high school

Furniture, pottery, great glass and other smalls. Old

games, Lionel trains, perfumes, prints, jewelry and comic

books.
Terms of auction. Cash, check wilD, Visa, MasterCard Debit Card 12%
Buyer's Premium plus tax. 2% B P. discount w/cash/check

KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1.648, Col. Ken Mitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave., Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Call for information (352) 473-9008


"Come Sfraiqi( to6e SoU'Ce


IVANHOEi MORTGAGE

PA Division of Central Pacific Mortgag


Refinance &
Purchases
(e FHA VA
Conventional
New Construction
Home Equity Loans
- No Income Verification
Loan-
~om


Jennv W. Mann Suzanne Gordon
B, nh t 1 in ,ir -i .,i C.n,,uhrnr
n.k rt..,' o Cjr,,J r ii ,


. .-


YARD SALE 792 SE
50TH ST. (right on Golf
Course). Sam-6pm.-
Lots of items..weather
permr|ing
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
CORNER OF 231 AND
ir1 ACROSS FROM
KA',JGAROO STATIOn
Smarrll re .3Sraii.r '3,-
,igner purSesi t.laarrn
S"le, ,-, er ,.3.I,1i tJIB.
Ia ..: .: ,11TIE(i C ,:,.
a..mrrn c anr0 cridrer, s
.: :I r,, r. por d a .:c riD:.
linen-. rnicSe*
r.,:.a .:.n.l e
.:r,,-.crhkees lOIs ol olner
il,-nr Saluray. 7.amr
12pm
r1ULTI FAI.lIL 'rARD
SALE Cri.simas. eco
raii:,risi. ,icirdg h usee
ri31., Cra3 3 whole 101
m.,e Saiuroay arr,.
ipm 1i081 W SR238
I mile ,iul o. 1i rn or,
,.3htl


55
Wanted
LOOKING TO BUY
PLANTED. PINE
. TREES Slash loblolly,
long le.31 3-5 veais old,
10 16 leei lall We payv
o. dollar reierences
available CCall 352-494-
6653
WVMATED FARM LA RL
ArID PATURE Wir,,.n
30ii m.niuleS c.:, 'JA H.:.p
1 in Gaines..,llie Pre.
ler ic .. e I h 1i n lr.3
owner Lanr vil re uied
aqriCuluially/ Call 352
485 1860
57
For Sale
KE MORE. WASHER and
dryer rinw I',,pe $ii0
anid up e.ac: r -leclir
.OVe. c.wrillen guarantee
oieiverv available For
I 3ppcinlmeri call 904.
964".);101
BED KIrJG 'SIZE
Pili.,:,wl'p maiires. and
i,,r,,p,'ir.g .i. nmanulac


HOMETOWN

here 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

Land
12.5 acres, CR 229. Pecan trees,.
beautiful home site. Will divide into
two 6.25 acre lots if desired.
$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 ::








American

Dream
of Northwast Florida.lnc.
R EA LTORSe
205 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
.9049..64-5424











STARKE. NEWLY REMODELED
3BR/2BA HOME IN DOWNTOWN.
Includes new paint, flooring and
appliances. $149,900.
MLS#318159.











STARKE. Well maintained 3BR/1BA
concrete block home in great location.
Attached 2-car garage, LR, DR
w/marble fireplace. Florida room.
$185,000. MLS#325819.











STARKE. 3BR/3BA with separate
living and dining rooms, terrazzo
floors, fenced front and rear with
chain link fence. Attached 2-car
garage. $269,000. MLS#323638.










BROOKER.3BR/2BA brick home.
S Open plan on 19.5 acres. Hog/goat pens,
fenced and cross-fenced, pastures, oaks.
14 miles from Starke. MH for storage.
$396,750. MLS#322133.


[ ATCHFOROURMOV!U


Southern Professional

Title Service" N

(the Lake Butler office] -
will soon relocate to
185 S.E. 1st St., Lake Butler


1


Smith & Smith Realty

A: We Sell Property Fast
Let us sell yours!'



YOUR LISTING

I F ISh Commercial & Reidential ig Smith
Tom E S.mith Ingrid Smith
Broker Real Estate Broker,







Sam Glbsn Jennifer Leurcey Ronnie Norman Shella Daughernyi
fialescwslfflar Calu-l--nlaof 221- 0M. --*A2p" --.M I


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Classified Ads -


Read our Classifieds on the

World Wide Web

www.BCTelearaDh.com


> Where one call

does it a//l B.

964-6305 *473-2210 -496-2261


tires warranty. Brand
.new still in plastic. Can
deliver. Sell for $170.
Call 352-372-7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror..
2 nightstands. chest
available. dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Rela;i $6100
s sacrifice 'r ti 13 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOr.I SUIFE-
beautiful -:rierry, isote 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brarid new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377;9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129.
Queen sets $159; King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tcry 441 Easi Brownioee
St Sav.e ail Casn arid
array y Call Sonia at 352-
4"737 173.or 904-964-
3888. '
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
P.iltowi.p mattress arid
oc, Namebrand nrewin
pia-sii wn inwairanly
Ca r."r ,.iven" 5,a.r,:e
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
.SPA/HOT TUB- 20 JETS.
5HP COVER warrarii/
Rleiai $54 800 sacriice
$2695 Call 352..184
0820.
NEW GENERATOR -
NEVER USED e ieiric
sian. $800 irim AlSo.
.jazzy powerchair. excel-




TREE

SPRAYING

'ST50115 Moss


386-961-8702

CALL TODAY!


lent condition. candy
apple red. $5.000 firm.
Call 904-964-5405.
WASHERS/DRYERS.
$150 FOR SET. will
separate. Refrigerators
and stoves. Free deliv-
ery and setup. 90 day
written warranty. Call
904-964-5266.
EDIrING ROOM SUITE,
$800 OBO Large oak
table w-in a lazy Susan
6 cnairs ighleo ecrina
cabinet Phore 904.
964-9767.
AIR CONDITIONER UNIT
3-TON. Asking $300
OBO. Call 904-964-
9103.
HOVER-ROUND POWER.
CHAIR good condition.
$400.. call 386-431-
1568.
OAK ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER-wil hol up lo
26 TV Lke new. roll-
up door to encover TV:
glass side door. drawers
on bottom for storage.
Asking $125, call 352-.
473-0036.
2007 POLARIS 300 60
MILES: $4.800. call
352-485-2022.
KAWASAKI 225 BAYOLI
S4 WHEELER Runs
real $1 2500BO Call
352-468-3221
KEROSENE HEATER
AND TANK $50 OBO.
Call 352-473-4002
58
Child/Adult
Home Care


ADULT FAMILY RARE
HOME opens December
Istin Lawtey. Full-time,
respite, surgical recov-
ery. 2 spots available.
Call 904-782-3335.
59
Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Limerock.
crush create asphalt
Smiling- building sands,
gravels, tractor, work.
We haul. we spread.
Business 904-782-3172.
mobile, 904-509-9126.
Monday. through Satur-
day.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, 'INC. Cor-
reciorn ol lermte & waa.
ler-drimageil w1oo.-d
silE Leveling & iaiin.a
HOUS-e'Blidgs Pier R,.
placement & alignme-nl
Free Esi.mates Dannyv
IBudovi Clark 190i41-
284-2333 or t.801.0i.88.
0633
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
s' mr rjone-, to lend i'.t.r
MA H & larn packa,3les
1-800-284-.1144.-
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape customized
laiwn ,:i re .,'.31 Ir.m .
ming landscape deiesar
Reao..nari raies trire
es im.,les Comrnrei.;al,
'. res.lenrial LicenIse
and insuired Call 386
"49'-282r0 i. rin answer
please leave message.


ESTATE SALE

Saturday, 8:30 am -1 day only
7946 Lake Gene\a Lane. look for

signs on SR 100, Keystone Heights.
Antiques Furniture Tools

Lawn Mower Estate Jewelry

Gold & Silver & much more!

Cash On/,


SECRETARIAL SER-
VICES Typesetting, re-
sumes. etc. Call Melissa
at 904-364-6463.
REMODELING. ADDING
AN ADDITION. need
some.help on a small
project?. Call Michael
Byrne. State of Florida
Licensed Building Con-
tractor for a quote at
352-473.,)85 MUonrJav .
Friday, 9am .41pm 1i in.
available please leave a
message and our Office
Manager will return your
call.
CHILDCARE.INMYLAKE
BUTLER HOME. 30+
years experience.' All,
hours, great rate. bal-'
anced meals. Call 386-.
496-1062. '
HANDYMAN/HOME
MAINTENANCE.. Call,
-.In B,-inn.-i a 3152 J73.
7nri00 ..r -452. ~-3.0214
DEBT COT iCU DOWeN
':an lIre-Sh ii:aya Call
RledLinre h',l mn.ni. n
866-208-5829. Rees-i
fablish your credit today.
Bankruptcy, no problerh.
PROFESSIONAL HOUSE
CLEANING HOLIDAY
SPECIAL. Residential.
and business. Family
owned and operated:
Fie -iiimaies Refer-
ences with 25 yeartS e-. ,
perience. Will clean in'-
-"K. r. d -,, lirce r, e,
*ure wa.sir.ro V We I,.,
1i.j mlna ws, ,:111 'i)Cjj.
368 O .5 : 3.- c, .
9924.


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77


QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1964




L' -' 964 706
i L.T ATE E I : EI -150,


NLDII


Mir


TEENAGER LOOKING
FOR BABYSITTING
JOBS. Do you need time
to holiday shop? Your
house or mine. Week-
ends mostly. 8 hour
childcare course com-
pleted. Please call 904-
964-4924.
64
Business
Opportunities
INCREDIBLE OFFER.
EARN HUNDREDS OF,
DOLLARS a week from
your own home. Set'- i
$4 and SASE to H.
Olson. PO Box 6265.
Jacksonville. FL 32236.
65
Help Wanted
CARE GIVER -.2 years.
" t 'pErin.:e w,'orKing,7w l
ehderil. or disa led C i: -I
ants. 2 or 3 days per
,week. Su-EI's Retire-.
Sin.'ri Ho.rre Hampion
Pho ne 352 468-2619
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-.
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
L,,usisons Ciewvleaaers
,',Juipmenlorperalors I.
I,.rers Class A CDL
.ti-ers- valid Drivers I,.
..-nise a Must' Fax re.
urn. u .:, 'o 0 ,.53292 -
.,rc i a :11i-4 5.4' .
EOE DiuQ Free \rr,,v..
LOCAL CLEA.4tJG SER.
v.ICE ionkin. ir ran
.eriT riir 20 31i retrs
Weekly. Must have ref-


rnceds hnd a back-
riround check. Musl be
itlnest. reliable and mn-
livaled. Contact Elena
,tl 904-364-6455.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY.
LIKE atmosphere and
work at Windsor Manor,
Open.I positions for
CNA's (all shifts). main-
tenance assistant. RN
weekend supervisorand
I-.:iar, -vd Fill ,-.ir ri.
lili,, lA .r,-. a31 Lri2 E Laura
i.: iri i. r 1J. .
2 1 C aii iJ .'i-.J
3383 for appointment.
EEOC C FWPP
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
for Union County
School. -Steady work.
40/hr CDL training avail-
able. Call 386-496-
I ( kl.hi- ,:.r Ber.ita:
HELPER HEEDED t-,
,'.rre re:- air w'..rk Cril
-,-..1]7'..1.96 1,-.1ye a
message.
FILE CLERK' .PART-
TIr.E approximately 2,
i.rijurs erday, r.lM rdav .
Fri,,oyy Musi De atl rtl
and accurate and willing
to do routine and de-
tailed work: DFWP. 352-
473-4984.
EXPERIENCED OFFICE
WORKER wIr. exceller,
,vr ing skill, eia.,,I ar,
-. neIa, ,ir.r wk poStiOr
Ba.:kqro:.uno and drua
S ,-.l ,,-Qui d a oppiv ,.:
FARlC :.t Badoora 1351
S. Water St., Starke. FL.
.904-964-7699 ..
HAIR STYLIST $300


Driver Dedicated Regional





Avg. $825 $1025/wk

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Jacksonville. FL Terninal

CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627

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Cabinets Doors
Windows Sinks

We Buy & Sell New & Used
Building Materials

352-379-4600
622 S.E. 2nd St. Gainesville, FL


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


*HoiemRepair

*Odd.Iidi
I uardWork
*Garden "ot-TM*in
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Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs *'Footings
*Decorative Concrete
Coating inf many colors
Pumping & Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153


James & Linda Dailey
Owners & Operators
Licensed & insured


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


OPEN 24/7
owner : Beulv Bro i eleri


19563 NW SR 16
Starke, FL


LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"


ID~IUMIIMI


ROOF FREE REPAIRS
RE-ROOFS EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
METAL SINGLES WARRANTY NEW ROOFS
FLAT ROOF LICENSED TILE WOOD SHINGLES
LOW SLOPED & MAINTENANCE
GRAVEL INSURED STORM DAMAGE
IHFI ll-S 'I I'%IItLI: RI )I 1 I HF 11- 1 'B% r PO)S BI.F. I PRICI."


PO Box 82
Ft. White, FL 32038


Help Wanted. .


Dental Assistant

5 Yr. Experience Required

Fax Resume to: 904-396-4924


Don't Have Experience Yet?
See the ad for Jacksonville Dental
A'.sisrant School in he Educalion Section
ol the Classified Ads of this paper. It starts
with the Headlinc: "IN JUST 71 DAYS,
You can Have The Skills You Need To Get
A Joh As A Denial A-,isianl.'"


Announcements
What Destroys
Relationships'? Answer
g 446 Buv and Read
Danetics by L. Ron
SHubbard Senil $8.00 to:
:Hubbiird D ..,ciiL,
Foundation I 112 N
Habana A\lc lm.. H.
33607 (81? ., ":
PART TIME
COORDINATOR needed
for highly reputable
student exchange
program. This work front
home position requires a
motivated individual whole
enjoys recruiting.
training and supervising
volunteers and like
working with young
people from abroad.
Some travel; expenses
reimbursed. Please fax
resume/ letter of
introduction to (703)518-
5033.
Auctions
LAND AUCTION 230
Props Must he Sold! Lows
Down / E-Z uFinancine.
Free Catalog (8001937-
1603
www.LANDAUCTION.
corn. NRLI. lEast.
LLC:AB2509.
Buleziuk:AU3448.
Johnston:AU3449.
Mauck:AU3447.
Absolute Real Estate
Auctions: Homes.
Condos. Commercial,
Land. Waterfront. All
will sell at Auction.
Brokers & Phone
Bidding Welcome. Neal
VanDeRee
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FINS, FQUR



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By TERRY BRADLEY & .
L^^,1


The first three weeks of
general gun season are
complete and there's a lot of
hunting left.
There have been a lot of
monster bucks taken in our


area and the second phase of
the rut should be coming into
play about now. There has
been a kind of trickle rut this
year. I think things peaked
around the first week of


Garette Thornton is pictured with his grandfather,
Skippy Black, at the Camp Blanding youth hunt.
Garette took this deer with a 300-yard shot.


November. That's a little later
than normal, but not that
unusual.
You can generally figure
when the rut activity peaks,
somewhere around 28 days
later you'll have another rut,
but it will be a little smaller
than the first. This will
continue through January.
Hopefully by then, all the does
will be bred.
I try to look at all the deer
that are brought to Terry's
Huntin' and Fishin' in Starke
and Macclenny for signs of rut
activity. The swollen neck and
wet hocks are dead giveaways.
I always ask a lot of questions
about the hunt. What time did
he come to your grunt call?
Was he chasing a doe? The
more information you can get,
the better you can become at
understanding the crazy
patterns of the whitetail deer.
I harvested a nice 120-class,
10-point buck on Nov. 14 on
the St. Mary's River. I had
been picking B.J. Sage's brain
about deer activity during the
rut. B.J. owns a deer farm in
Baldwin and lives with his
deer 24-7.
B.J. says when bucks are
rutting, they'll follow behind
does 24 hours a day and grunt
the whole time.
As a general rule, I grunt
when I see a deer and he's not
coming my way, or later in the
hunt. I generally never grunt at
the beginning of daylight. That
all changed after I talked to
B.J.
On the morning of Nov. 14,
I began grunting with the new
grunt call by Primos (theBuck
Roar) and the doe bleat call at
the same time. I started at 6:50
a.m. and the buck came out
looking for action at 7 a.m.
I also missed another
monster buck on Nov. 22 using
the same technique. It won't
work all the time, but grunting
and using the doe bleat every
15-20 minutes during the rut is
better than waiting on my buck
to come to you.
Like I said, there is a lot of
hunting ahead of us. The
general gun season runs
through Jan. 21. The other side


of the coin is the avid
fisherman's good fortune. A
lot of outdoorsmen are out
stomping in the woods-that
leaves all the fishing holes
wide open. Speckled perch is
the fish of choice this time of
year, and our area lakes hold
plenty of them.
Area lakes are extremely
low and in need of a lot of
rain, but there is plenty of
good fishing available. Santa
Fe, Hampton, Alto, Sampson
and Lochloosa lakes are just a
few fishing holes where specks
are plentiful. Trolling jigs and
Beetlespins tipped with
minnows are the best ways to
catch specks. The Red
Missouri Minnows are also
making a comeback.
Don't forget to bring your
bucks by Terry's Huntin' and
Fishin' in Starke to get your
picture taken and entered into
the big buck contest. You get
one chance for every point. A
new 270 rifle will be given
away at the end of hunting
season.
I've been stretched a little
thin the past couple of months
and haven't been able to keep
up with all my
commitments-I write for
* several newspapers and
magazines. I've gotten
everything worked out now
and .will be writing every
couple of weeks, catching you
up on all the outdoors
,happenings in our area.
SKeep.' those orange hunting
"Vests on and safety at the top
of your list.
Note: If you have a hunting
or fishing picture you would
like to share with our readers,
you may also submit them at


Shawn Swain took this 7-pointer at the Piney Bay Hunt
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Michael Broskey and his son, Camron, show off a nice buck that Michael downed
on opening day at the Piney Bay Hunt Club.


SOCCER
Continued from p. 4C

The final goal came from
Austin Groves in the 73"
minute. Gober was credited
with the assist.
Prior to playing Palatka, the
Indians and St. Johns Country
Day battled for 70 minutes
before a ball was put into the
net. Unfortunately for
Keystone, it was Country
Day's Migual Constantine who
scored, giving the host
Spartans-the 2005 fall state
champions-a 1-0 victory on
Nov. 20 in Orange Park. -
Constantine dribbled past
four defenders, setting up an
uncontested shot from the 18-
yard line that went over
Keystone goalie Michael
McLeod's head.
McLeod finished the match
with 10 saves, while his
counterpart, Walker Barre, had
eight saves for Country Day.


Keystone played district
opponent Pierson Taylor this
past Tuesday and will host
district opponent Crescent City
tonight, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m.
Keystone and Crescent City,
who finished first and second
in District 6 last year, played
to a 2-all tie on Nov. 10.


BHS
Continued from p. 7C

Free throws: 5-12.

Earlier result:

BHS 57 Baker 31
Griffin and Warren
combined to score 22 first-half
points, leading Bradford to a
34-11 halftime lead and
eventual 57-31 .win over
district opponent Baker
County on Nov. 20 in Glen St.
Mary.


The Indians host Clay on
Friday, Dec. 1, and Fort White
on Monday, Dec. 4. Both
matches are scheduled for 7
p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5,
Keystone travels to play
district opponent Interlachen at
7 p.m.


The duo finished with 12
points each, while the
Tornadoes also got 10 points
each from Hill and Ebony
Smith.
Slocum missed out on
double figures, finishing with
nine points.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 20 14 12 11-57
Baker: 7 4 11 9-31
Bradford Scoring (57): Bass
2, Goodman 2, Griffin 12, Hill
10, Slocum 9, Smith 10,
Warren 12. 3-pointers: Griffin
2, Smith 2. Free throws: 5-11.


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