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USPS 062-700 Three Sections Starke, Florida


Thursday, Feb. 15, 2007


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Noteworthy


Workers
scramble to
fix school leak
City and school board maintenance
crews were working to repair a broken
water main at Southside Elementary
late Tuesday night to avoid canceling
class the next day.
The city was alerted about the
rupture around 6 p.m., according
to Operations Manager Ricky
Thompson. The 2-inch main feeding
the school was shut down after
a broken valve flooded at least a
portion of the playground area. -
"They're going to work on until
they fix it," Thompson said Tuesday
night.

Board votes to
buy 6,237 acres
in Clay County
The St. Johns. River Water
Management District Governing
Board voted Tuesday to join the state
of Florida in buying 6,237 acres in
west central Clay County, adjacent to
Camp Blanding.
The board unanimously agreed to
spend $22.75 million for the'property,
called Bull Creek North, while the
state would payan additional $22.75
million, pending state approval of the
purchase.
Funding for the district's portion
of the acquisition will come from
Florida Department of Transportation
mitigation funds and the Florida
Forever land acquisition program.
Consisting of 4,038 acres of
uplands and 2,199 acres-of wetlands,
the property features more than-Six
miles of forested ravines and seepage
slopes along Bull Creek and the south
prongof Black Creek. The acquisition
will protect the headwaters of Bull
Creek and Black Creek's south prong
and will provide water resource and
wetland protection for the Upper
Black Creek Basin.
Recreational opportunities for the
property are anticipated to include
hiking, canoeing, camping, horseback
riding, hunting and nature: study.
The property will be managedby
the Florida Division of Forestry.
The district is---responsible_ for
protecting wetlands, waterways ad
drinking water supplies in all or part
ofAlachua, Baker, Bradford, Brevard,
Clay, Duval, Flagler, Indian River,
Lakei Marion, Nassau, Okeeehobee,
Qrage, Osceola, Putnam, St. Johns,
Seminole and Volusia counties.

Gainesville
Chamber
Orchestra
performing in
Starke
Santa Fe Community College and
the Gainesville Chamber Orchestra
will present "Through the Looking
Glass," a free chamber music concert
at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, at the
Andrews Center Cultural Building,
210 E. Call St.
The program will include "Always
Sometimes Someday" composed by
Steven Jon Landis, "Prayer" by Franz
Bloch, "Cavatine" by Ernst Simandl,
"Tremology" by Joo Won Park, and
"Q~'atre Joueurs de Flute" by Albert
Roussel, among other works. The'
melodies will float upon the piccolo,
flute; oboe, base, piano and cello, in
various combinations.
- Spn.,sored by .SFCC, the
concert is free to the public. For
more o information, visit www.
gainesvillechamberorchestra.net.

Need a ride?
Need a ride to work or school? If
you are receiving any form of public
assistance and need help with your
travel needs, please call the CISTO
office at (904) 364-8598 or (904)
964-7776 to see if you qualify. There
is no charge for this service.


Gathered to pray beneath the Starke water tower on Friday were
(clockwise from bottom left).Elaine Gunner, Kristie Dickens, April
Smith, Vicky Kelly, Juanita Norman, Patty Williams, Bobbie Hall and
Sandra Jones. At right, a sign of supporting the form-of a cross that
.won't be coming down at Showcase Advertising.


Up or down: Starke

attorney says "Trust me"


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


It was headline and television news
for a short time, and then there was
nothing for more than a year other
than the proliferation of "I Support
HIS Cross" bumper stickers.
Nonbeliever Lon Bevill and the
organization of atheists backing
him made their statement by filing
a -federal lawsuit to have the cross
removed from the Starke water tower,
and other citizens responded in kind
with bumper stickers, letters to the
editor and the city commission and
at least one petition signed by more
than 400 individuals.
Last week an explosion of
-rumors, left many expecting to see
the cross on top of the water tower
disappear because of that lawsuit,
which claims the cross represents
the city government's "excessive
entanglement with religion" and is,


therefore, unconstitutional.
Most don't want that to happen
short of a court order to remove the
cross, and maybe not even then.
In fact, the cross was to come
down Monday morning at 8 a.m., but
the tree removal contractor hired by
the city to do the job backed out.
Jesse Adams said there was too
much controversy surrounding the
cross and he was afraid of being
shunned if he was involved in taking
the cross down. Plus, he just doesn't
agree that the cross should go.
"People in this country want to be
politically correct. Everybody wants
to sue somebody. Everybody wants
attention. Everybody is afraid of the
next guy," Adams said.
Atheists file suits and judges
enforce separation of church and
state, he said, and in the process of
trying to protect the rights of every
'individual, government is becoming
too large.


communists," Adams said.
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"We're becoming communists
without trying to become
communists," Adams said.
The city attorney is choosing his
words carefully when discussing
the lawsuit, perhaps understandably


Hundreds

mourn

Whitehead's

passing
BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor

If a man's -. .
wealth were -" .
measured b
the number of
friends he had. 6 ..
John Whitehead
was a wealth)
-man.
If a man's
reputation were
all he had, John
Whitehead had
everything. Whitehead
And if the
tears shed upon a man's passing
were the measure of a man, John
Whitehead was one of the greats and
will nrt soon be forgotten.
John H. Whitehead Sr. died Friday,
Feb. 9, at the age of 82. Funeral
services were held Monday at First
Christian Church of Lake Butler with
a few hundred in attendance, if not
more.
Attendees included law enforcement
Sand political figures, present and past,
from around the state.
Whitehead served as Lake Butler
constable from 1948 to 1953 and then
served as sheriff of the county until
his retirement in 1985. -
During his career, he was named
Dean of Florida sheriffs, was a
founding member of the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Ranches. past president
of the Florida Sheriffs Association,
and he was recognized as 1984's Law
Enforcement Officer of the Year and
See PASSING, p. 2A

so since public statements, letters
and petitions in support of the cross
are cited in the plaintiffs' motion
for summary judgment as supposed
proof of the symbol's religious
meaning and its presence as a "tacit
endorsement of Christianity."
The motion filed in January
references a number of similar cases
in which courts removed crosses
from public property, which would
seem to make removal of Starke's
cross inevitable.
"Trust me," said attorney Terry
Brown. "We're handling this thing in
the appropriate manner and the way I.
think people want it to be handled."
More than that he cannot say
publicly for fear of hurting the
case.
The statement is meant to calm
cross supporters like Patty Williams,
who will probably see the cross come
down, even if temporarily.
See CROSS, p. 2A


Sheriff's office opens substation in Brooker

SThe city of Brooker recently F: .
entered into an agreement with the
Bradford County Sheriff's Office for
use of the former city hall building.
SBrooker Town Marshall Tommy
Raulerson will use.the building along .
with deputies from the sheriff's
office.
Sheriff Bob Milner said his office BRAD~FORD COUNTY
has needed a building in Brooker for SHERIFF'S OFFICE ,
many years but had no possibilities
until Brooker opened their new city B R O O K E
hall and community center. According : B R,
to Milner, deputies had nowhere irn O
the south end of the county to meet O F F IC E
citizens, perform many services
such as child safety seat inspections
or even use the restroom except a -
convenience store.
Deputies are able to file reports via
a computer and stay in the Brooker
area without returning to the sheriff's
office as often.
Milner thanked the Brooker City -
Council and said that county inmate '
labor will be used to clean and
maintain the building. Pictured above are (I-r) Sheriff Bob Milner, Brooker Town Clerk Charlene Thomas, Brooker Mayor
.. Nancy Hollingsworth and Marshall Tommy Raulerson.


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Page 2A. TELEGRAPH Feb. 15, 2007


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer

Most people take their water service
for granted until there is a problem
with it. They get up in the morning,
stumble to the bathroom, turn on the
tap and the water just comes out of the
faucet-as much water as they want
and whatever temperature they want.
They never think about how the
water gets to their faucet in the first
place. That is, they never think about
it until they turn on the tap and the
water doesn't come out. That is the
point when their water service changes
from something they never think about
into a major catastrophe that has to be
dealt with.
Wiley Sweat has spent mode than 20
years working to prevent the people in
the city of Starke from having to deal
with that particular type of catastrophe.
Since some of Starke's water and
sewer lines are older than many of its
voters, that isn't always easy.
The system was installed in sections
over a period of more than 50 years.
Old lines were replaced with new
lines and the new lines didn't always
run along the same paths as the old
lines. Some of the old lines were never
removed, so the empty pipes are still
buried underground. Some of the pipes
are mapped and some are not.
"Anything installed within the last
15 years is mapped," said Sweat. "A
lot of the older stuff is not. There
aren't too many people still alive who
know where the old lines are at."
Some of the pipes are made of
materials that can be sensed by modern
pipe-finding equipment, but some are
- hot.,Sweat said even if the "tone box"
locates a buried pipe, work crews then
have to know what buried size line is.
"If. you don't know what size pipe
it is, you don't know what kind of
equipment to bring to the job," said
Sweat. "Sometimes we just have to
take our best guess. If we guess wrong,
we may have to go back to the shop and
get something different. That makes


PASSING
Continued from p. 1A


honored with a distinguished
service award from the 1984
congressional delegation.
He was a lifetime member of
the Florida and national sheriffs
associations. He currently
served.as a trustee on the Clay
Electric Cooperative Board.
These distinctions and. his.,,,
commitment to'The people'made"
him -well-known-' throughout
Florida in the law enforcement
and political arenas, even being
recognized by Gov. Lawton
Chiles as a man of great
influence.
His son, Jerry-who took
his father's watch as sheriff in
1985-said during the funeral
that his father was never
looking for the recognition he
came to know.


CROSS
Continued from p. 1A


"Ever since I was little,
it's always been there," said
Williams, who gathered with
a handful of other women
beneath the water tower last
Friday.
While the degree of anger
over what is happening varied
from woman to woman, Juanita
-- -Norman said she didn't want
the group' to be viewed as
protesters.
"We're not wanting to cause
anyone any hardship, (but) we
need to stand up for our rights
as Christians," said Norman.
In a prayer for which the
women joined hands, Norman
expressed her thanks for the
freedom to speak out and praise
God.
She asked that those trying
to remove the cross would be
moved to do otherwise and that
the community would come
together.



Strawberry

Pageant is

March 10
The 45th Annual Strawberry
Pageantwill be held on Saturday,
March 10, at the Bradford High
School auditorium. It will begin
at 7 p.m.
Last year, this pageant
awarded young ladies
in Bradford and Union
counties more than $4,000 in
scholarships.
Tickets are $5 for adults (II
and up), $4 for children (3 thru
10), and will be sold at the door
the night of the pageant.
Please come, support and be
entertained by the contestants
from Bradford and Union
counties.
If you have any questions,
please call Angelia at (904)
368-9153.


it hard
sometimes."
Over the
course of
the last 20 .-
years, Sweat

through trial
and error
where many
of the old
lines are.
That means
when a work
crew arrives _
at the site of -
a leak, they
are often
counting
on Sweat
to find the
pipe for
them. Most
of the time, p
he knows.
Sometimes .C::
he doesn't. 9'4 a
S w e a t w cu the water
Sweat '.oAn 's
recounts
the story Wiley Sweat (at cent
of when a Timmy Nazworth ab
semi was sprayfield. A leak in
bringing in the foreground.
fill dirt for
a building
project and drove over the ground
covering a two-inch water line. The
semi's weight was enough to snap the
line. Thousands of gallons of water
were pouring out of the pipe and water
pressure dropped in the buildings in a
large section of the city.
Sweat knew the pipe was a two-inch
main and he knew where the pipe was.,
What he didn't know was where the
valve was that would cut the water
off to the line so that repairs could be
made. He had simply never worked
on that particular pipe before and the
valve was not on any map.
He and other city workmen searched
for the valve, but it wasn't located in
the logical places and more and more


water was flooding out of the pipe
every minute.
"I had to try to fix it while the line
was under pressure," said Sweat. He
had the proper equipment and went
down in the hole to see what he could
do. The water was flooding out under
high pressure.
"The water was coming out hard.
It blew my hard hat clean off my
head," he said. The repair was made
and, once proper water pressure was
restored for the city, Sweat went on
a hunt. "I know where that valve is
now," he said. "I know exactly where
it is."
Some of the most difficult pipes to
locate are sewer lines. Some of the
city's sewer lines are metal and easily


He loved serving the people eyes of his family.
and gave back as much as he When his father was really
could, Sheriff Whitehead said. sick many years ago, Sheriff
John Whitehead began that Whitehead said at the funeral,
service in the Navy during he told his dad that he would
World War II. When he returned have to hang on to see the
home from a long period at sea, grandchildren grow up.
he served the people of his Over the past two weeks,
home county. when his father was sick again.
He was the-son of Andrews Sheriff Whitehead said he told
and Virdie "Granny" his father the same thing.
Whitehead, the fifth of eight "This time it didn't work,"
children. He married Vivian he said, "I tried."
SCrews., 1h Fb. 4 ,, 194, d John Whithe "\\as hton.ued
the\j hi receitly"fiarkd the r ast last month 'when C.R. 237
.-6P1 Lyear; f marriage- 'i ." waim renamed-'in his honor. It
Years of running the jail was a day that was celebrated
and the skating rink with his with friends, family members
wife, holding cookouts on the (including his other two
Whitehead farm and taking children, John Jr. and Cynthia)
personal' interest in everyone and those he knew during his
he met was what made him a 32 years as sheriff.
local legend and a hero in the As Whitehead's funeral


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locating the city's water and sewer
lines for contractors who are building
inside the city limits, checking
monitoring wells that keep tabs on
.the city's water quality, repairing city
streets, installing drainage pipes for
driveways, answering calls for service
from customers who have a water
or sewer problem and cleaning out
ditches on city rights of.way.
Sweat said he enjoys his job with
the city because he never really know-s
how each day will unfold. "Every day
,is different. There's always something
different to do and that's the way I like
it," said Sweat.
All of that keeps Sweat pretty busy,
but that's the way he likes it. In fact,


procession made its way
through the streets of Lake
Butler on Monday, down S.R.
100 to Whitehead Cemetery,
citizens-young and. old-


lined the streets to pay their
respects. Traffic stopped and
law enforcement officers
saluted along the way.
And thoughJohnWhitehead's


Sweat is a walking utility map for city (


body was laid to rest, his
memory will live on forever in
the hearts of those who knew
him-in Union County and
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located by
the lone
box, said
S w e at .
Many are
PVCorclay,
how ve vr.
For those,
city work
crews often
have to call
on Sweat's
memory.
Being
a walking
utility
map is not
actually
Sweat's
primary
duty,
however.
He and
the other
members of
his crew are
tasked with
repairing
water and
sewer lines,
installing
new water
and sewer
services for
customers,


)f Starke

he often does similar work on the side
for friends and family members during
his off hours.
"I just love to work," explained
Sweat. "Some people like to fish pr
hunt. I like to work. I work even after
I get off from work."
When asked what he plans to do
when he eventually does retire, Sweat
replied, "I'll probably work. There's
always going to be somebody who
needs something done."
City Operations Manager Ricky
Thompson said he doesn't like to think
about Sweat retiring some day.
"Wiley knows where everything is
... everything that has anything to do
with public works in the city, Wiley
knows about it."
Thompson also said Sweat is a
pleasure to work with.
"He has a great rapport with the other
employees and with the customers,"
said Thompson. "He's always willing
to help someone out and is always
working for the community and its
citizens."
Thompson said that, as utiltiy
director, he doesn't usually have to
worry too much about Sweat's crew:
"He runs his department very well
with very'little help. He always goes
out of his way to do a good job. He's
all all-around excellent employee,"
said Thompson.
Sweat may be in charge of the
department, but he's just as likely to.
be the one who's down in a hole, waist
deep in water, said Thompson.
"He doesn't just supervise," said
Thompson. "He's not afraid to get
down in a ditch himself or to climb
down a manhole, he does it all the
time."
Thompson said Sweat has even
come in on his' days off to,help with
.difficult or unusual repairs.
"I've..seen him come in and work
from his personal truck. We count
on him for a lot," said Thompson.
"I've known him for years and I have
nothing but good things to say about
him."


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Darrell O'Neal, Malcolm Hill, and Maxie and Patty Norton lunch at a meeting held
for prospective YMCA board members last week.


YMCA seeking board members


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Bradford-Union YMCA
is looking for a handful of
dedicated volunteers to serve as
:board and committee members,
assisting in the organization's
:local growth.
That includes governance and
fund-raising responsibilities as
well as modeling the YMCA's
core values of caring, honesty,
respect and responsibility.
SAmanda Bray, local
.executive director, said it's a
rewarding experience and a
:,;great opportunity to, serve the
,.,community.
.. The Bradford-Union YMCA
..is a branch of the North Central


Florida YMCA. It has been
steered so far by a founders'
committee, but now a full board
of governors will be formed, as
well as an executive committee,
program committee and special
events committee.
The branch board will be
responsible for ensuring that
available YMCA programs'
are meeting the community's
needs, that adequate resources
are available to fund operational
and capital costs and that those
resources are well managed.
Formoredetailed information,
drop by the Wellness Center at
U.S. 301 and Steel Mill Road
in Starke, or call Bray at (904)
964-9622. A board training
session will be held at Poe


Springs on March 10.
In addition to running its
after-school programs and
serving the 650 members of
the Wellness Center, YMCA
is currently renovating new
space purchased in December
to serve as the new branch
location. It will offer expanded
wellness programs, new
equipment, a multipurpose
group exercise room, locker
rooms with showers, improved
children's area and an outdoor
playground.
The next phase will involve
building a swimming pool, even
as it expands youth and teen
programs as well as programs
for parents.


Lawtey looks at raising water rates


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
A critical issue concerning
Lawtey residents will be
-discussed in a workshop to be
Held later this month.
According to Councilman
Jimmie Scott, head of the water
and sewage department, the
city's chlorine tank is corroded
on the inside and there is
serious risk that the tank will
develop a leak and result in the
j-tank exploding.
The condition of the tank
poses a very serious hazard
because a leak-much less
an explosion-would require
the evacuation of residents.
h: hat's% u ore is that thri tnk
Ais located just outside of the
,-'city hall building and across
the street from a playground.
:The explosion itself could quite
.possibly result in the loss of
life.
SCouncil members are
:currently investigating
,.temporarily relocating city
employees to another building.
': "During an inspection two
:,. years ago, we were advised that
Sthe tank needed to be replaced
.before it developed a leak.
The tank was inspected again
-last month and there's just no
v...-away to repair it. It must be
"replaced," said Scott.
During a special 'meeting
held on Feb. 2, the council
discussed purchasing a new
tank or even a used tank, but
found that there are no funds
available to do so.
"The current water rates do
not generate enough income,
nor will they ever," said Scott.
Additionally, the city's
water system is several years
old. When it was originally
installed, the PVC piping used
was not the same quality as
what is available today.
Scott said that without a full
evaluation of the system, it is
unknown whether or not areas
of piping have deteriorated to
the point where even a minor
disturbance could possibly
crumble the pipes, if it has not
already done so. He said there
could also be underground leaks
that are going undetected.
Discussion was held
regarding raising the current
water rates in the city, rates
which are believed to not have
,been raised since the water
system was originally installed
more than 20 years ago.


There are approximately 340
customers who rely upon the
city for water service. The
city of Lawtey's current rate
for businesses and residential
customers alike is $8 for the first
3,000 gallons of water usage,
with an additional charge of
$1.25 per every 1,000 gallons
over that. Service provided


to customers outside the city
limits are assessed a 25 percent
surcharge.
Customers have never been
charged a base fee or a monthly
meter fee for water service.
Currently, new customers are
assessed a deposit in the amount
See SPEECH, p. 5A


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Cage, 7, has a beautiful
playful pit bull mix. She loves
attention and loves to please.
Her short hair makes for easy
care.
SBradford County Animal
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dogs, cats, kittens and puppies


available for
S., adoption at
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L located at 606
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Next to the
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The facility is open from 9:30
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Friday. Adoption hours are from
II a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A small
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here: On Call Street Between Wal t
and Cherry
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Main Street Starke Inc. and
the city of Starke are inviting
you to the first of many Friday
Festivals on Feb. 23 at 5:30
p.m.
"Downtown is alive with
activity, and we want to show'
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sople fun on a Friday night,?'
said Main Street Starke's Kim
Skidmore.
On the last Friday of every
month (except October,
December and April when other
festivities occur downtown), the
city and Main Street will close
down Call Street from Walnut
east to Cherry Street. There
will be live entertainment each
month, vendors, children's
activities and the opportunity
to meet with family, friends and
neighbors.
"Soon, we will have four


new restaurants and more retail
next to the Simple Bride,"
said Skidmore. "All you have
to do is remember to come
downtown on the last Friday of
the month. Be sure to visit our
local merchants that are open,
and after the festival, take in a
movie."
. There is plenty of parking.on
a Friday night at city hall, the
Andrews Center parking lot the
lot next to the Woman's Club,
as well as on-street parking.


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SS Elementary Terrific Kids for January


These students were recognized as Terrific Kids by the Starke Kiwanis Club for the
month of January at Southside Elementary School. They are (I-r): first row, Emily
Acevedo, Caleb Greenhaw, Dawson Green second row, Joe Gorden, Maudrey
Tenley, Tucker Murry, Baron Kent, Jaylen Cohens, Rayvionna Hankerson, Travis
Hales; third row, Brianna Ricks, Colson Padgett, Haley Schoening, Carson Elder,
Paul Bryd, Larry Highsmith; fourth row, Kathlyn Norton, Telia McCutchen, Taylor
Crawford, Emily Luke, Summer Wilson and Makayla Vankleeck.


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Love Grows Pentecostal
Temple, 2.5 miles from SR. 16
on C.R.-229, NW, will hold its
first mixed conference
beginning Feb. 26-March 3,
7:30 p.m. nightly. The public is
invited. For information, call
(904) 368-1288 or (904) 964-
6891. -,v'
The Antioch Missionary
Baptist Church of Starke will
have its annual love breakfast
buffet on Saturday, Feb. 17,
from 9-11 a.m., at the church.
$5 for adults I l-up and $3 for
children 10 and under.
The public is invited.
MtL Pisgah AME Bradford
Gospel Ensemble will
celebrate the choir anniversary
on Sunday, Feb. -18, at 3 p.m.
Call (904) 964-4893 for
information.
Lighthouse Fellowship of
Starke, corner of Pratt and
Christian streets, will feature
Mary Lanier in concert
Saturday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m..
and Skitday!t Fl 5 1f ati0:3Q
a.m. 4i?..mp pfE t-ion, -,..
contact Brother Wayne Spratlin
at (904) 964-8890.
A special gospel concert, will
be held at the Gov. Charley E.
Johns Conference Center on
U.S. 301 north in Starke on
Saturday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. This
fund-raising event will feature
the Dixieland Quartet of Jesup,
Ga. There is no charge at the.
door.
The Black Church Week of
Prayer for the Healing of
AIDS will be observed by the
Bradford County Faith
Community'Center and various

Woman's Club
to host
Fashion Show
and Tea
The Starke Woman's Club
will hold a fashion show and
tea on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 3
!p.m. The public is invited.
Featured in the fashion show
will be members of the
Woman's Club who are great-
grandmothers and their great-
grandchildren, and/or
grandchildren. Easter and
spring outfits will be.modeled.
Also highlighted in the show
will be high school seniors
modeling prom formal attire.
Special music will be
provided.
Individual club members
will be setting up unique "tea
tables" and serving as
hostesses. Tickets are available
from club members at $10
each.
For further information, or
for tickets, call Pam Whittle at
(904) 964-5278 or Joan Rogers
at (904) 964-7515.


Pleasant
Grove Action
Group
meeting
The Pleasant Grove
Community Action Group's
regular monthly meeting
is held the third Monday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the
annex of the Pleasant Grove
United Methodist Church. The
next meeting is, Monday Feb.
19.
All residents are encouraged
to attend.


churches throughout the
community. The observance
begins on Sunday, March 4, and
runs through Thursday, March
8. The schedule of events will
include worship, prayer and
educational programs to address
HIV/AIDS in the black
community. For more
information, call (904) 964-
5088.


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Elementary
soccer players
raise the bar
Hampton Elementary School
hosted the annual Bradford
County Elementary Soccer
Tournament on Friday, Feb. 9.
All of the county elementary
schools brought a girls team
and boys team. Each team
played three 20-minute games,
and many games ended in I-1
ties.
A higher level of skill was
observed this year by the PE
teachers, according to coach
Steve Acree.
"I think it is from many
students playing in the church
soccer leagues now being
offered," Acree said.
He thanked the Bradford
High School girl's soccer team,
which sent Kayla Allison,
Ashleigh Teixeira, Samantha
Stocker, Christina Stocker,
Samantha Proctor and Jessica
Griffis.
"These young ladies did an
excellent job of officiating and
even instructing the students
during all 18 games played
Friday morning," Acree said.
Jane Damon's fifth-grade
class at Hampton Elementary
also sold healthy snacks, he
said.

Scout seeking
donations for
book sale
David Weeks- of Scout
Troop 70 is seeking donations
of books, DVDs, VHS tapes,
record albums, etc. for a book
sale to benefit the Bradford
County Public Library.
Weeks is working on the
project as part of qualifying for
the rank of Eagle Scout. He is
planning and organizing a
book sale to be held in the
spring. Proceeds from the sale
will be used to help buy a

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rocking chair, floor cushions
and books for the children's
section of the new library that
is currently under construction
on Pratt Street.
All donations should be in
good condition. No magazines
please. Donations may be
dropped off at the Bradford
County Public Library on the
corner of Walnut and Jackson
streets in Starke. Donations
can also be dropped off at the
Scout Hut on Tuesday
evenings from 7:30-9 p.m. The
Scout Hut is located just off
Pratt Street near the water
tower.

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Department will be offering
free adult smoking cessation
classes for the community. The
classes will run for four weeks
every Tuesday evening, 5:30-
6:30 p.m., from Feb. 20-March
13
Spaces are limited; if. you
want to quit smoking, please
register by calling the health
department at (904) 964-7732
ext. 132.

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    Feb. 15, 2007 TELEGRAPH Page 5A



    Merchants ask Starke commission for more parking downtown


    BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
    Tele,raph Editor
    The "come together" theme
    heard during prior workshops
    on downtown parking rang out
    again last week. but this time
    downtown merchants were
    urging the city commission to
    cooperate on parking issues.
    Past discussions have
    highlighted conflict between
    merchants over who should
    park where, but now merchants
    arc' asking the city to deal
    \\ith parking once and for all
    by finding a way to create
    additional spaces.
    Albert Mize said downtown
    merchants are not opposed to
    new business and growth in
    that area, but are concerned
    about the limited availability
    of off-site parking furnished by
    the city for downtown residents.
    The available parking not
    only accommodates residents,
    he said, but local businesses
    and their customers as well
    as employees of the city, the
    chamber of commerce and
    students of the college.
    Mize said the city needed
    to conduct surveys of existing
    businesses to determine their
    off-site parking needs as well
    as the needs of four new
    restaurants slated to open on
    Call Street.
    "If these places are going
    to flourish, we have to have
    parking for them," Mize said.
    Mize also had questions about
    the number and placement of
    parking spaces the city has made
    available for rent to downtown


    BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    At an emergency meeting
    held on Feb. 7, school board
    members approved the hiring of
    an additional speech therapist
    and speech assistant to meet
    the needs of Bradford County
    students.
    Since September of last year,
    the county has only had two
    staff employees along .with
    Aimee Jennings of Kid Talk
    P.A. to provide services to
    between 270-280 students.
    The extent of services
    required for students depends
    upon their level of need, but
    generally consists of 30 minutes
    of individual or small group
    therapy two times a week.
    Many students have either
    went without therapy or had
    reduced therapy services due to
    the shortage of qualified speech
    pathologists.
    Karl Wendell, Director of
    Exceptional Student Education
    said, "This has occurred
    because our current contractor,
    Kid Talk P.A., lost the services
    of a therapist that was providing
    a large portion of the speech
    therapy to our students."
    Although the contractor
    advertised both locally and
    nationally, they have been
    unable to add a provider to
    their staff.
    In September 2006, Aimee
    Jennings of Kid Talk revealed
    that her associate had decided
    to not return to work following
    a maturnity leave.
    In a letter to Wendell,
    Jennings wrote that she
    had been "unsuccessful in
    locating qualified personnel
    (bachelor's or master's level),


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    Continued from p. 3A

    of $50.
    Scott pointed out that even a
    rate increase, however, would
    not be sufficient in generating
    the needed revenue over a short
    period of time to replace the
    tank and hire a company to
    perform a full system.
    The council will be
    considering an assessment to
    meet the critical short term
    needs.
    "A one-time fee per customer
    will generate the immediate
    revenue needed to cover the
    cost of replacing the chlorine
    tank. We would also like to have


    apartment dwellers and how the
    city planned to monitor long-
    term or overnight parking by
    visitors to downtown residents.
    He also wanted to know if
    business owners and employees
    could rent designated spaces
    from the city as residents are
    doing. Last November, the city
    commission set aside 15 off-site
    spaces residents could rent for
    $30 a month. As more and more
    people are drawn downtown,
    business owners may also want
    that option. Mize said.
    Mize wanted the availability
    of parking in city lots clarified
    by changing the signage to say
    "Open Public Parking," and he
    made other suggestions like
    resurfacing Jackson Street and
    adding public parking alongside
    the street.
    Mize said he was concerned
    the city commission didn't have
    a clear vision of Starkc's Future,
    and the board tends to react to
    problems instead of planning.
    He and other business owners
    want more open workshops
    where merchants and their
    input is welcome, he said.
    Mayor Carolyn Spooner
    said the commission does
    welcome input and has had
    several sessions encouraging
    communitywide participation.
    "It's not a new posture for
    the city. That's something we
    also feel strongly about, being
    proactive rather than reactive,"
    she said.
    Operations Manager Ricky
    Thompson said everyone
    realizes there is a shortage of
    parking downtown, but money


    while spending over $2,200
    in newspaper advertising and
    mailing postcards statewide
    to speech and language
    pathologists."
    At that time, Wendell began
    searching for a replacement by
    posting job openings on two
    nationally recognized Web sites
    as well as regionally advertising
    in the Florida-Times Union and
    Gainesville Sun newspapers.
    Wendell said that not only has
    there been a national shortage of
    speech and language therapists,
    but Bradford County has faced
    two other major obstacles in
    recruiting qualified personnel.
    "We've faced additional
    problems with the reluctance of
    qualified speech and language
    pathologists wanting to come
    to a rural community for lesser
    pay than they might receive
    in a larger metropolitan area,"
    said Wendell.
    However, he was finally able
    to locate two therapists who are
    currently settling in and making
    their rounds at the schools.
    Wendell also stated that the
    county intends to extend its
    therapy services to students
    throughout the summer
    following the current school
    year.
    "Although this is not the ideal
    situation, we want to provide
    speech and language therapy
    during the summer to offset
    the services that were missed
    between October of last year
    and now.
    Completely voluntary,
    parents of students that receive
    speech and language therapy
    will soon receive information
    from the district allowing them
    to sign up their children up for
    services during the summer.


    funds available with which to
    hire a company to assess the
    current condition of the water
    piping so that the necessary
    repairs, if any, could be made,"
    said Scott.
    He also added that the council
    still needs to look into increasing
    the current water rates.
    "We realize that this may
    burden many residents,
    es." lly those who are on a
    niiA,. come, but the alternative
    is to do nothing and risk the
    entire system shutting down
    without any means by which
    to get it back online, If we
    had been having regular rate
    increases through the years, we
    would not be in a situation like
    we are in now," Scott said.
    The public workshop will be
    held on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m.


    to address the issue is going to
    come from the establishment
    of new businesses. In the
    meantime, people will have to
    park where they can find a
    space.
    "If you visit Gainesville, like
    your malls, or Jacksonville, you
    walk for blocks, and it's not
    asking too much for people to
    maybe park a couple of blocks
    down the road if they want to
    frequent these restaurants.
    Limited resources are why
    Mize said business owners \\ ere


    making suggestions for changes
    that could be made at minimal
    cost, such as clearly marking all
    public parking areas. He agreed
    people would walk to a nice
    restaurant, but not necessarily
    to retail establishments like his
    own.
    Spooner said the commission
    wants downtown to flourish.
    but everyone has to look
    realistically at the space that is
    available until the city can do
    more to build lots.
    "We appreciate our business


    BY THE ZONING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
    STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that, pursuant to the City of Starke Land Development
    Code, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the
    Land Development Code, objections,
    recommendations and comments concerning
    amendments, as described below, will be heard by
    the Zoning Commission of the City of Starke, Florida,
    at public hearings on February 26, 2007 at 7:00 p.m.,
    or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in
    the County Commission Meeting Room, County
    Courthouse, located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
    Starke, Florida.
    (1) S 060214A, an application by Charles
    Cunningham, to amend the Future Land Use Plan
    Map of the Comprehensive Plan by changing the
    future land use classification from RESIDENTIAL,
    MEDIUM DENSITY (2 to 8 dwelling units per acre) to
    COMMERCIAL for property described, as follows:
    A parcel of land lying within Section 21, Township 6
    South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
    Being more particularly described, as follows:
    Commence at the Northeast corner of the Northeast
    1/4 of Southeast 1/4 of said Section 21; thence South
    0021'17"West, along the Easterly boundary of said
    Section 21, a distance of 327.40; thence North
    8918'36" West, parallel with the Northerly boundary
    of the Northeast 1/4 of Southeast 1/4 of said Section
    21 a distance of 29.46 feet to the Westerly boundary
    of the right-of-way of Old Lawtey Road, being on a
    curve concave to the East and having a radius of
    4,625.32 feet; thence Southwesterly, along the
    Westerly boundary of the right-of-way of said Old
    Lawtey Road along the arc of said curve, 177.15
    feet as measured along a chord having a bearing of
    South 03014'08" West, to the Southerly boundary of
    the right-of-way of a 60-foot street for the Point of
    Beginning; thence Southwesterly, along said Westerly
    boundary of the right-of-way of said Old Lawtey Road'
    and along the arc of said -curve, 140.51 feet as
    measured along a chord having a bearing of South
    01016'07" West; thence North 89041'03" West, 110.00
    feet; thence North 00'17'42" East, 140.45 feet to the
    Southerly boundary of the right-of-way of said 60-foot
    street; thence South 89041'18" East, along the
    Southerly boundary of said 60-foot street, 112.39 feet
    to the Point of Beginning.
    Containing .35 acre, more or less.
    (2) S 061206A, an application by Amos and Christine
    Baptiste, as agents for CJA Enterprises LLC, to
    amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the
    Comprehensive Plan by changing the future land use
    classification from AGRICULTURAL (less than or
    equal to 1 unit per 5 acre) to RESIDENTIAL,
    MEDIUM DENSITY (2 to 8 dwelling units per acre) for
    property described, as follows:
    A parcel of land lying within Section 21, Township 6
    South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
    Being more particularly described, as follows:
    Commence at the Initial Point of "Simon J. Temple's
    Subdivision" (said point also being the intersection of
    the centerline of Market Road with the centerline of
    the CSX Transportation Railroad); thence South
    1749'08"West, along said centerline of the CSX
    Transportation Railroad 1,490.63 feet; thence South
    72011'23"East 100.00 feet to the Point of Beginning:
    thence South 72011'23" East 614.0 feet to Easterly
    boundary of lands classified Agricultural or Forest on
    the City of Starke Future-Land Use Plan Map as of
    February 12, 2007; thence South 0037'43"West,
    along the Easterly boundary to said lands classified
    Agricultural or Forest on the City of Starke Future
    Land Use Plan Map as of February 12, 2007, a
    distance of 244.5 feet to an intersection with the
    Southerly boundary of the Northeast 1/4 of said
    Section 21; thence North 89022'17" West, along said
    Southerly boundary 718.4 feet'to the Easterly
    boundary of right-of-way of the CSX Transportation
    Railroad; thence North 17049'08" East, along said
    Easterly boundary 445.75 feet to the Point of
    Beginning.
    Said lands containing 5.16 acres, more or less.
    (3) S 061220A, an application by Dudley Hardy and
    Charles R. Edwards, to amend the Future Land Use
    Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan by changing
    the future land use classification from COMMERCIAL
    and INDUSTRIAL to RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM
    DENSITY (2 to 8 dwelling units per acre) for property
    described, as follows:
    Requesting a change in Land Use from Commercial
    to Residential, Medium Density (2 to 8 dwelling units
    per acre).
    A parcel of land lying within the Section 33, Township
    6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
    Being more particularly described, as follows:
    Commence at the Northeast corner of the Northwest
    1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33; thence
    South 89o59'56" West, along the North right-of-way
    line of the Northwest 1/4 of Northeast 1/4 of said
    Section 33 a distance of 356.54 feet; thence South
    0152'56" East, parallel with the Westerly right-of-way


    owners because you bring life
    to downtown," she said.
    commissionerr Tommy
    (hastain asked business owners
    present what they thought about
    converting the site of the city's
    former power plant, which will
    eventually be torn down, into a
    parking lot. The response was
    enthusiastic.
    Ron illy.CEOofthechamber
    of commerce, said there had
    been an irgmediate impact
    resulting from new signage
    and enforcement of parking


    regulations, and he called the
    power plant suggestion a great
    opportunity, even if it was
    temporary pending the creation
    of parking spaces elsewhere.
    Dimple Overstreet has been
    doing business downtown for
    years. She said when everyone
    works together then everything
    works out.
    "We need to.listen to each
    other," she said. "Be patient,
    listen, hear each other and help
    each other."


    line of Colley Road 260.14 feet; thence South
    89059'56" West, parallel with the North right-of-way
    line of the Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
    Section 33 a distance of 447.30 feet to the Point of
    Beginning; thence South 01052'56" East, parallel with
    the Westerly right-of-way line of said Colley Road
    280.32 feet; thence North 89018'19" West 79.91 feet;
    thence North 09034'06" West 283.14 feet; thence
    South 89059'56" East, parallel with the North right-of-
    way line of the Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
    said Section 33, a distance of 117.76 feet to the Point
    of Beginning.
    Said lands containing 0.63 acre, more or less.
    AND
    Requesting a change-in Land Use from Industrial to
    Residential, Medium Density (2 to 8 dwelling units per
    acre).
    A parcel of land lying within Section 33, Township 6
    South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
    Being more particularly described, as follows:
    Commence at the Northeast corner of the Northwest
    1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33; thence
    South 89059'56" West, along the North line of the
    Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33
    a distance of 356.54 feet to the Point of Beginning;
    thence South 01052'56" East, parallel with the
    Westerly right-of-way line of Colley Road 260.14 feet;
    thence South 89059'56" West, parallel with the North
    line of the Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
    Section 33 a distance of 565.07 feet; thence North
    09034'06" West 128.59 feet to a point located 50.00
    feet 'South of and perpendicular to the centerline of
    Alligator Creek; thence North 60020'22" East 51.88
    feet; thence North 62015'21" East 128.96 feet; thence
    North 78006'22" East 22.09 feet; thence South
    86031'13" East 29.19 feet; thence South 63037'31"
    East 23.57 feet; thence South 81 39'35" East 52.38
    feet; thence North 80035'30" East 35.76 feet; thence
    North 68Q08'48" East 82.43 feet; thence North
    46051'41"."East 38.40 feet to a point 50.00' febt
    S6uth'east and perpendicular to the', caterlitnebf'
    Alligator Creek, said point being located on the North
    right-of-way line of the Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast
    1/4 of said Section 33; thence North 89059'56" East,
    along the North right-of-way line of the Northwest 1/4
    of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33, a distance of
    155.17 feet to the Point of Beginning.
    Said lands containing 2.84 acres, more or less.
    All said lands containing 3.47 acres, more or less.
    A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
    A portion of Section 21, Township 6 South, Range 22
    East, Bradford County, Florida.


    A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
    A portion of Section 33, Township 6 South
    Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.


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


    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS

    CONCERNING AMENDMENTS

    TO THE CITY OF STARKE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN


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    Credit union site


    plan approved


    Plan includes
    separate retail space

    BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
    Telegraph Editor

    Florida Credit Union is
    getting ready to follow Wal-
    Mart. moving from a storefront
    in Ieerfoot Village to an out
    parcel in front of the supercenter.
    on U.S. 301 South.
    The Starke City Commission
    approved the site plan last
    week. pending the addition of a
    sidewalk along 301 just as the
    board required of Whataburger.
    Site prep work has already
    begun on the parcel, which will
    accommodate a 3,400 square-
    foot credit union building.
    Alongside the credit union


    Daughters

    offering $750

    scholarship
    The Colonel Samuel Elbert
    Chapter of the National Society
    Daughters of the American
    Revolution is offering a
    $750 Betty Warren Memorial
    Scholarship to eligible
    applicants.
    Applicants must have
    completed their freshman
    year (24 credits) at Santa Fe
    Community College and
    must be studying in one of
    three areas: American history,
    medical field or education. A
    minimum 3.0 GPA is required,
    and students must be planning
    to complete their sophomore
    year at SFCC. The scholarship
    is only available to U.S. citizens
    and Florida residents who live
    in the Starke/Santa Fe area.
    Application packets are
    available at the SFCC Andrews


    will be a separate 4,200 square-
    foot building that will be leased
    to one or two commercial
    occupants. The contractor
    will build the shell, and the
    occupants) will finish the
    interior of the building, which
    is listed on the site plan as
    retail/restaurant space.
    A second site "plan was
    approvedwiththe understanding
    that a landscaping plan will be
    complete before a certificate of
    occupancy is issued. Three new
    120-by-20 mini-warehouse
    buildings will be added to the
    five existing such structures
    behind Pipeline Contractors on
    301 North near Market Road.
    According to the site plan,
    Pipeline is also replacing its
    office building and adding a
    parking lot.


    Center in Starke. Once
    completed, they should be
    returned to that office in person
    or by mail. Deadline is March
    30.



    Diabetes

    support group

    forming
    The Bradford County Health
    Department will be forming a
    new free diabetes support group
    every fourth Wednesday of the
    month, starting Wednesday,
    Feb. 28, from 5:30-6:30pm
    at the Health Department.
    Community support, special
    speakers and resources will be
    available.
    If you have any questions,
    please call (904) 964-7732, ext.
    132.


    ( LEGAL


    ) NOTICES

    "Government ought to be all outside


    IIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    5TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
    FOR MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA
    CASE NO.: 06-569-DR-FJ
    LAUREN NEWMAN,
    PETITIONER
    AND
    DUSTIN KELSAY,
    RESPONDENT.
    NdTICE OF ACTION FOR
    DISSOLUTION OF
    MARRIAGE
    TO: DUSTIN KELSAY
    LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
    2965 NW 223RD ST., LAWTEY, FL
    32058
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
    has been filed against you and that
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any, to it on
    Lauren Newman, whose address is
    6060 S.E. 5th Place, Ocala, FL 34472,
    on or before Feb. 27, 2007, and file
    the original with the clerk of this
    Court at Family Civil Room 107, 110
    N.W. 1st Ave., Ocala, FL 34475,
    before service on Petitioner or
    immediately thereafter. If you fail to
    do so, a default may be entered
    against you for the relief demanded in
    the petition.
    Copies of-all court documents in this
    case, including orders, are available
    at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
    office. You may review these
    documents upon request.
    You must keep the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court's office notified of your
    current address. You may file Notice
    of Current Address, Florida Supreme
    Court Approved Family Law Form
    12.915. Future papers in this lawsuit
    will be mailed to the address on
    record at the clerk's office
    WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
    Family Law Rules of Procedure,
    requires certain automatic disclosure
    of documents and information.
    Failure to comply can result in
    sanctions, including dismissal or
    striking of pleadings.
    Dated Sept. 26, 2006.
    CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
    By: B. Fugat
    Deputy Clerk
    1/25 41tchg. 2/15
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    BRADFORD COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    Case No. 04-2007-CP
    Probate Division
    In re: The Estate of
    ROBERT L. MILNER, SR.,
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    Robert L. Milner, Sr., deceased,
    whose date of death was January 16,
    2007, is pending in the Circuit Court
    for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
    Division, the address of which is 945
    North 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 Decedent and othe
    persons having claims or demand
    against Decedent's estate on whom
    copy of this notice is required to b
    Served must file their claims vvitl
    This court WITHIN THE LATER OF
    MONTHS AFTER THE TiME 01


    er
    s
    a
    e
    h
    3
    F


    THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
    THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER


    and no inside."
    resident Woodrow Wilson


    THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
    COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
    THEM.
    All other creditors of Decedent and
    other persons having claims or
    demands against Decedent's estate
    must file their claims with this court
    WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
    DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
    IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
    FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
    BE FOREVER BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
    ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
    YEARS OR MORE AFTER
    DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
    BARRED
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is February 8, 2007 Signed this
    20th day of January, 2007. ROBIN
    JONES
    S1511 Patmarlin Street
    Starke, Florida 32091
    Petitioner
    JOHN LYON BROLING
    Florida Bar Number 0096059
    Starke, Florida 32091
    BROWN & BROLING
    Post Office Box 40
    Starke, Florida 32091
    Voice: 904-964-8272
    Fax: 904-964-3796
    Attorney for Personal Representative
    2/8 2tchg. 2/15
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    BRADFORD COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    Case No. 04-2006-CP-5
    Division: Probate
    SIn re: The Estate of
    SAUL HANKERSON,
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    Saul.Hankerson, deceased, whose
    date of death was September 13,
    2005, is pending in the Circuit Court
    for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
    Division, the address of which is 945
    North 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 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
    THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
    THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
    COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
    THEM.
    All other creditors of Decedent and
    other persons having claims or
    demands against Decedent's estate
    must file their claims with this court
    WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
    DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
    IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
    FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
    BE FOREVER BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS 'SET FORTH ABOVE,


    ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
    YEARS OR MORE AFTER
    DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
    BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is February 8, 2007.
    Signed this 31st day of January,
    2007.
    Latasha Yvette Hankerson
    14470 NE 153rd Avenue
    Waldo, Florida 32694
    Personal Rep.
    Judy Marie Hankerson
    1001 Southem Villas Drive, Apt.604
    Starke, Florida 32091
    Co-personal Rep.
    JOHN LYON BROLING
    14470 NE 153rd Avenue
    Florida Bar Number 0096050
    BROWN & BROLING
    Post Office Box 40
    Starke, Florida 32091
    Voice: 904-964-8272
    Fax: 904-964-3796
    Attomey for Rep.
    2/8 2tchg. 2/15

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
    BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
    CIVIL DIVISION
    CASE NO. 042006513CA
    S&P CAPITAL CORPORATION,
    a Florida corporation,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    MAY DELL FLETCHER and
    WILEANNE L. FLETCHER,
    Defendants.
    NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
    SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    pursuant to a Final Judgment of
    Foreclosure dated Jan. 31, 2007,
    entered in Civil Case No.
    042006513CA of the Circuit Court of
    the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for
    BRADFORD COUNTY, STARKE,
    FLORIDA, I.will sell to the highest
    and best bidder for cash, in the East
    Front Door of the Bradford County
    Courthouse, 945 North Temple
    Avenue, Starke Florida, in
    accordance with section 45.031,
    Florida Statutes, at 11 o'clock a.m. on
    the 1st day of March, 2007, the
    following described property as set
    forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
    EXHIBIT "A"
    PARCELED
    A parcel of land lying m the South 1/2
    of the Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast
    1/4 of Section 13, Township 6 South,
    Range 21 East, Bradford County,
    Florida, said parcel being more
    particularly described as follows:
    Commence at a set 1/2" rebar
    located at the Northeast comer of the
    South 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of the
    Southeast 1/4 of said Section 13, and
    run North 89*13'51" West, along the
    Northerly boundary thereof, for a
    distance of 767.39 feet to a set 1/2"
    rebar for the Point of Beginning. From
    the Point of Beginning thus described,
    continue North 89*13'51" West, along
    last said Northerly boundary, for a
    distance of 153.84 feet to a set 1/2"
    rebar; thence run South 00 27' 28"
    East parallel with the Easterly
    boundary of the South 1/2 of the
    Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4, fot
    a distance of 672.84 feet to a set 1/2"
    rebar located on the Southern
    boundary of the South 1/2 of the
    Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4;
    thence run South 8906'48" East
    along last said Southerly boundary,
    for a distance of 14.29 feet to a set
    1/2" rebar located on the Northerly
    boundary of the right-of-way of a
    county graded road known as N.W.
    177th Street; thence run North
    75"16'50" East, along last said
    Northerly right-of-way, for a distance
    of 58.54 feet to a set 1/2" rebar;
    thence nun North 70"01'44" East,
    along last said Northerly right-of-
    way, for a distance of 27.53 feet to a
    set 1/2" rebar; thence run North
    6559'31" East, along last said
    Northerly right-of-way, for a distance
    of 62.00 feet to a set 1/2" rebar;
    thence run North 00027'28" West,
    parallel with aforesaid Easterly
    boundary of the South 1/2 of the
    Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4, for
    a distance of 621.60 feet to the Point
    of Beginning.
    Subject to an existing gas line.
    Subject to and together With a 20 foot
    easement for ingress, egress and
    general road purposes, being more
    particularly described as follows:
    Commence at a set 1/2" rebar
    located at the Northeast comer of the
    South 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of the
    Southeast 1/4 of said Section 13, and
    run South 00 27' 28" East, along the
    Easterly boundary thereof, for a
    distance of 674.83 feet to a set 1/2"


    rebar located at the Southeast corner
    of the South 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of
    the Southeast 1/4; thence nun North
    890 06' 48" West, along the Southerly
    boundary thereof, for a distance of
    906.97 feet to a set 1/2" rebar located
    on the Northerly boundary of the
    right-of-way of a county graded road
    known as N.W. 177th Street, for the
    Point of Beginning of said 20 foot
    easement. From the Point of
    Beginning thus described, continue
    North 69006'48" West; along last said
    Southerly boundary, for a distance of
    312.75 feet to a set 1/2" rebar; thence
    run North 00027'28" West, parallel
    with the aforesaid Easterly boundary
    of the South 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of
    the Southeast 1/4, for a distance of
    20.00 feet to a set 1/2" rebar; thence
    run South 89* 06' 48" East, parallel
    with aforesaid Southerly boundary,
    for a distance of 380.75 feet to a set
    1/2" rebar located on the aforesaid
    Northerly boundary of the right-of-
    way of N.W. 1 77th Street; thence run
    South 70001'44" West, along last said
    Northerly right-of-way, for a distance
    of 11.92 feet to a set 1/2" rebar;
    thence run South 75'16'50" West,
    along last said Northerly right-of-
    way, for a distance of 58.54 feet to
    the Point of Beginning of said 20 foot
    easement.
    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 sixty (60) days after the sale.


    CLERK OF THE CIR
    BYi
    Attomey for Plaintiff
    William G. Shofstall
    P.O. Box 210576
    West Palm Beach, Flo
    (561) 641-2600
    IN ACCORDANCE
    AMERICANS WITH
    ACT, persons with
    needing a special ac
    should contact
    ADMINISTRATION
    BRADFORD
    COURTHOUSE ar
    assistance via the
    Service.

    IN THE CIRCUIT CC
    8TH JUDICIAL CIR
    FOR BRADFO
    C
    CAS
    DEUTSCHE BANK N.
    TRUST COMPANY, A
    OF ARGENT MORTG
    SECURITIES, INC., A
    BACKED PASS THRC
    CERTIFICATES, SER
    UNDER THE POOLING
    SERVICING AGREEIV
    AS OF FEBRUARY 1,
    WITHOUT RECOURSE
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    CECIL PRESSLEY
    PRESLEY; ARGENT
    COMPANY, LLC; JI
    PRESSLEY A/K/A J
    CREWS, A/K/A JE
    PRESLEY; JOHN DO
    AS UNKNOWN TEI
    POSSESSION OF TI
    PROPERTY, Defendar
    RE-NOTICI
    FORECLOSURE
    NOTICE IS, HERE
    pursuant to a Motio
    Resetting Foreclosu
    dated the 31st day of
    and entered in Case I
    the Circuit Court of thE
    Circuit in and for Bra
    Florida, wherein DEU'
    NATIONAL TRUST C
    TRUSTEE OF
    MORTGAGE SECUF
    ASSET BACKED PAS
    CERTIFICATES, SEF
    UNDER THE PO(
    SERVICING AGREED
    AS OF FEBRUARY
    WITHOUT RECOL
    Plaintiffand CECIL PRE
    CECIL PRESLEY
    MORTGAGE COM
    JEANETTE H. PRE
    JEANETTE H. CR
    JEANETTE H. PRE
    DOE; JANE DOE A
    TENANT (S) IN POS
    THE SUBJECT PR
    defendants. I will sell
    and' best bidder for ca
    FRONT DOOR at
    County Courthouse,
    Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
    of March, 2007,
    described property as


    Final Judgment, to wit:
    2 ACRES IN THE SOUTHWEST
    CORNER OF THE EAST 1/2 OF
    SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
    NORTHEAST 1/4 BEING 420 FEET
    EAST AND WEST BY 210 FEET
    NORTH AND SOUTH, IN
    SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 6
    SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
    BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
    LESS COUNTY MAINTAINED
    ROAD RIGHT OF WAY.
    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 31st day of January, 2007.
    RAY NORMAN
    Clerk Of The Circuit Court
    By: Carol Williams
    Deputy Clerk
    Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
    1800 NW 49th Street, ,uite 120 Fort
    Lauderdale, Florida 33309
    Telephone: (954) 453-0365
    Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
    Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
    2/8 2tchg. 2/15


    ICUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    Carol Williams 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
    Deputy Clerk FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO.: 04-2007-DR-0054
    IN RE: THE MATTER OF
    rida 33421 CUSTODY OF
    KIAH MICHELLE SIMONE
    WITH THE GEERTSE,
    DISABILITIES Minor child
    S disabilities by
    .commodation Norma Irene Sutton and
    t COURT Donald Sutton,
    %N, at the Petitioners
    COUNTY NOTICE OF ACTION OF
    nd ask for TEMPORARY CUSTODY OF
    Florida Relay A MINOR BY EXTENDED
    FAMILY
    2/8 2tchg. 2/15 TO: William Krlstopher Geertse
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    )URT OF THE an action for temporary custody of a
    CUIT, IN AND minor has been filed and you are
    RD COUNTY, required to serve a copy of your
    FLORIDA written defenses, if any, to it on
    IVIL DIVISION Donald and Norma Sutton,
    3E NO.: 06-244 Petitioners, whose address is 927
    ATIONAL N.E. C.R. 125, Lawtey, FL 32058, on
    kS TRUSTEE or before March 28, 2007, and file the
    ;AGE original with the clerk of this court
    SSET before service on Petitioner or
    OUGH immediately thereafter. If you fail to
    IES 2006-Wl do so, a default will be entered
    qG AND against you for the relief demanded in
    IENT DATED the petition.
    2006, WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
    E, Family Law Rules of ,Procedure,
    I requires certain automatic disclosure
    of documents and information.
    A/K/A CECIL Failure to comply can result in
    MORTGAGE sanctions, including disniissal of
    EANETTE H. striking of pleadings.
    EANETTE H. WITNESS my handd nd the seal of
    =ANETTE H. this court on February 5, 2007.
    )E; JANE DOE CLERK OF THE COURT
    NANT (S) IN By: Robin Gay
    -E SUBJECT Deputy C
    nts. 2/84tpd.3/1


    IE SALE
    BYY GIVEN
    )n and Order
    re Sale Date
    January, 2007,
    No. 06-244, of
    e 8TH Judicial
    dfoird County,
    TSCHE BANK
    COMPANY, AS
    ARGENT
    CITIES, INC.,
    3S THROUGH
    RIES 2006-WI
    OLING AND
    MENT DATED
    IY 1, 2006,
    JRSE is the
    ESSlEY A/K/A
    '; ARGENT
    IPANY, LLC;
    SSLEY A/K/A
    IEWS, A/K/A
    :SLEY; JOHN
    S UNKNOWN
    SESSION OF
    OPERTY are
    to the highest
    ash t the EAST
    the Bradford
    in STARE,
    on the 1st day
    the following
    set forth in said


    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
    BRADFORD COUNTY,
    FLORIDA.
    CASE NO: 04-2007-CA-0052
    STEVEN M. REYNOLDS and
    BRENDA R. REYNOLDS, his wife
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    EDITH T. MONCRIEFF, THE
    UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF EDITH T.
    MONCRIEFF, THE UNKNOWN
    HEIRS, DEVISES, GRANTEES,
    ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
    LIENORS AND TRUSTEES OF
    EDITH T. MONCRIEFF,
    DECEASED and ALL OTHER
    PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
    THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
    EDITH T. MONCRIEFF,
    Defendant
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO: EDITH T. MONCRIEFF, THE
    UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF EDITH T.
    MONCRIEFF, THE UNKNOWN
    HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
    ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
    LIENORS AND TRUSTEES OF
    EDITH T. MONCRIEFF,
    DECEASED and ALL OTHER
    PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
    THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
    EDITH T. MONCRIEFF


    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a COMPLAINT TO QUIET TAX
    TITLE has been filed regarding real
    property in Bradford County, Florida,
    in the above styled 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 12th day of
    March, 2007, and file the original with
    the Clerk of the Court, either before
    service on the above-named attorney
    or immediately thereafter, otherwise
    a default will be entered against you
    for the relief demanded in the
    petition.
    WITNESS my hand and the official
    seal of this Court on the 31st day of
    January, 2007.
    RAY NORMAN
    CLERK OF THE COURT
    SBy: Carol Williams
    Deputy Clerk
    John S. Cooper
    Cooper and Adamec
    100 West Call Street
    Starke, Florida 32091
    (904) 964-4701
    Fax: (904) 964-4839
    Florida Bar No." 0910340
    Attomey for Plaintiffs
    2/84tchg 3/1
    NOTICE OF SALE
    Notice is hereby given that pursuant
    to the Florida Self Storage Act
    Statutes (Section 83.801-83.809);
    Santa Fe Storage will sell for CASH
    to the highest bidder at 15540 NE
    U.S. Highway 301, Waldo, County of
    Alachua, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
    Wednesday, the 21st day of
    February, 2007, and continuing day to
    day thereafter until sold,, the
    household goods and misc. contents
    of the following:
    UNIT B017-STEPHEN LEE, misc.
    household goods
    UNIT C019-WILLIAM HELTON,
    misc. household goods
    UNIT B026-SANDRA EDWARD,
    misc. household goods
    UNIT A008-MARY PERRY, misc.
    household goods
    UNIT C038-STEVEN BARCIA,
    misc. household goods
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    2/8 2tchg 2/15

    REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
    The Bradford County School Board
    has issued a Request for Proposals
    for High Performing Copy Machines
    (07-0222). This RFP will be opened
    on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2007, at the
    -Bradford County School Board Room
    at 507 W. Washington Street, Starke,
    FL 32091 at 11:00 a.m. Copies of this
    RFP can be obtained from the
    Bradford County Finance Department
    during regular office hours at the
    same location. Any questions about
    this RFP can be directed to Julee
    Tinsler at (904) 966-6025.
    2/8 2tchg 2/15
    STATE OF FLORIDA, CRIMINAL
    JUSTICE STANDARDS &
    TRAINING COMMISSION,
    Petitioner
    vs.
    AMBER M. CRAWFORD,
    Case #21613
    Respondent
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO: AMBER M. CRAWFORD
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
    Administrative Complaint has been
    filed against you seeking to revoke
    your CORRECTIONAL Certificate in
    accordance with Section 943.1395,
    F.S., and any rules promulgated
    thereunder.
    You are required to serve a written
    copy of your intent to request a
    hearing pursuant to Section 120.57,
    F.S. upon Michael -Crews,
    PROGRAM DIRECTOR, Criminal
    Justice Professionalism Program,
    Florida Department of Law
    Enforcement, P. 0. Box 1489,
    Tallahassee, Florida 32302-1489, on
    'or before April 12, 2007. Failure to do
    so will result in a default being
    entered against you to Revoke said
    certification pursuant to Section
    120.60, F.S., and Rule 11B-27, F.A.C.
    Dated: February 12, 2007
    DIRECTOR
    STACY L. DICKSON, JR.
    CHAIRMAN
    CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
    AND TRAINING COMMISSION
    By: Denita Black,
    Division Representative
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    Approximately 100 tickets in
    the drawing for a ne\\ Honda
    ATV need to he sold to reach
    the 500-ticket goal. Tickets are
    $5 and can be purchased at J&J.
    Motorcycle Accessories, 1250
    S. Walnut St. in Starke, or at the
    Shands Starke laboratory.
    Proceeds from the ticket
    sales will benefit Dreams Come
    True, a regional organization
    dedicated to fulfilling the
    wishes of local children with
    life-threatening illnesses.
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    pets Hay U and Legally
    in tow) visited Tractor
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    tickets. Linda said Lisa Green
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    were a real pleasure to visit.
    The) will join Linda, Dan.
    the Shands laboratory staff and
    man' others at the D)reams
    Come True banquet and auction
    on April 27 at the hospital.
    Last year's gala event
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    Festival
    celebrating
    legacy of
    black high
    schools in
    Gainesville
    The Historic Black High
    Schools Alliance, a nonprofit
    organization, is sponsoring a
    weekend celebration and festival
    Friday and Saturday, Feb. 16
    and 17. The Lincoln High
    School Alumni Association
    Inc. of Gainesville will host
    this event.
    The alliance is composed
    of the following Alumni
    Associations: A.L. Mebane and
    AlachuaCountyTrainingSchool
    of Alachua, Consolidated of
    Lake Butler, Douglass of High
    Springs, Dunbar of Green Cove
    Springs, Lincoln of Gainesville,
    Richardson of Lake City and
    RJE of Starke.
    The purpose of the alliance is
    to unite in an effort to keep the
    legacy of the black high schools
    alive and provide scholarships
    to deserving students.
    On Friday, Feb 16, the
    Black College and University
    Expo begins at 9 a.m. at
    the Lincoln Middle School
    Gymnasium, 1001 S.E. 12th
    St. in Gainesville. All students
    are invited to attend. At 7 p.m.,
    the sock hop and fish fry will
    take place at Thelma Bolton
    Recreation Center, 516 N.E.
    2nd Ave. (Participants must be
    21 years or older to attend;
    entrance charge is $10.)
    On Saturday, Feb. 17, there
    will be a Celebration Parade
    starting at 9 a.m. The parade
    will travel along Southeast
    15th Street and feature the
    Eastside High School Band.
    An all-day festival will follow
    with fun, food, entertainment
    and vendors. Tickets for the
    step show at Lincoln Midk e
    School are $3. A 7 p.m. banquet
    will take place at Spring Hill
    Missionary Baptist Church
    featuring speaker Dr. Maxine
    Woodside. The church is
    located on Southeast Williston
    Road, and tickets are $25.
    The alliance needs of steppers
    for the step show competition,


    parade participants and vendors.


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    CONCURRENT NOTICE
    NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE
    ENVIRONMENT AND REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS AND REMOVAL
    OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
    TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS:
    The City of Starke intends to undertake a Neighborhood Revitalization Wastewater
    project to be funded by a Community Development Block Grant. The project will
    include approximately 4000 LF of 8" sewer main, new manholes and 18 sewer con-
    nections in the northwest quadrant of the City and 38 additional sewer connections
    in other areas throughout the City of Starke, Florida.
    An environmental review of the project has been conducted in accordance with 24
    CFR 58, and it has been determined that the activities will have no significant
    impact on the environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS),
    as described in the National Environmental Policy Act, will not be prepared. The
    specific reason for a finding of no significant impact and the decision not to prepare
    an EIS is as follows:
    An environmental assessment was performed which verified that the only impacts
    to the environment would be minimal and beneficial.
    No further environmental review of the project will.be conducted.
    An Environmental Review Record (ERR), which documents the environmental
    review of the project, is on file at City Hall, City of Starke, 209 N. Thompson Street,
    Starke, FL and is available for public examination between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
    and 4:00 p.m. All interested parties are invited to submit written comments to the
    attention of Mr. Ricky Thompson, Operations Manager at the City of Starke, Post
    Office Drawer C, Starke, FL 32091. Written comments must be received on or
    before March 3, 2007. All comments will be considered, and no administrative
    action will be taken until comments are resolved.
    The project described above will be funded with Community Development Block
    Grant funds from the State of Florida and the U.S. Department of Housing and
    Urban Development (HUD), under Title 1 of the Housing and Community
    Development Act. The City of Starke is certifying to the State and to HUD that it,
    and its chief elected official, in his or her official capacity, consent to accept the
    jurisdiction of the federal courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities
    related to environmental reviews, decision making, and action; and that these
    responsibilities have been satisfied. The legal effect of the certification is that upon
    approval,,the,City oLStarke may expend CDBG funds and the State and HUD will
    have satisfied theiryerqppnsib'i'litiesunder- the National Environmental Poli6y Ac-'
    The City of Starke anticipates that its Certificatiorn andc Request for Release of
    Funds and Removal of Environmental Conditions will be submitted to the
    Department of Community Affairs (DCA) on or about March 5, 2007. DCA will then
    allow a 15-day comment period before taking any action on the request.
    Objections will only be accepted by DCA if they meet one of the following condi-
    tions: (1) the certification was not executed by the environmental certifying officer
    or another officer of the local government approved by DCA; or (2) the ERR indi-
    cates omission of a required decision, finding, or step applicable to the environ-
    mental review process. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance
    with 25 CFR 58 within 15 days following DCA's receipt of the Request for Release
    of Funds. If you have comments or objections, submit them to the Florida
    Department of Community Affairs, CDBG Program, 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard,
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    before the expiration of the comment period.


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




    Couple celebrates 44 years together with laughter


    BY TERESA
    STONE-IRWIN
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    Wayne and Abbie Massey of
    Lawtey will be married 44
    years next month.
    "I believe laughteris the key
    to our happiness," Wayne said.
    The vice mayor of Lawtey said
    that after graduating from
    Bradford High School in 1957,
    he got mad one day and
    decided to join the army.
    See, he had planned a date
    one Thursday night and
    received permission from his
    dad to use the family's only
    car.
    His brother knew he had
    made the date, but came home
    that evening anyway and said
    he had a date and needed the
    car, and off he went. When
    Wayne went to work the next
    morning, he told his boss that
    he was getting out of there and
    joining the army.
    "I guess I showed him,
    didn't I? Two days later, I
    wanted to come back home,"
    he said. After 18 months as a
    fixed-wing mechanic, he
    returned to Lawtey.
    Wayne was 21 years old
    now, and he said that all the
    local girls his age were spoken
    for. One night, a friend of his
    was singing in a band during a
    dance at the Strawberry Wharf.
    "Everybody was there on
    Saturday nights," he said. It
    was the only place to go."
    Walking around, he spotted
    16-year-old Abbie sitting on a
    bench and turned around and
    gave her a second look.
    "I thought she was really
    pretty, but figured she was too
    young for me," he said.
    Wayne couldn't get Abbie
    out of his mind and waited for
    her outside the Wharf. When
    she finally walked out, I
    watched her get into. her wood-
    paneled station wagon and
    crank it up.
    "I was so nervous. Why, I
    don't .know.. I mean, afterall, I
    was 21 years old. I had already
    seen half the world by .then,"
    Wayne joked.
    His great pick-up line?
    "Abbie, if I ever get up enough
    nerve, I'm going to ask you
    out on a date."
    With his nerve in tow, he
    showed up at her door one day
    and invited her to the fair.
    Abbie said, "I had a project
    due the next day so I told him I
    couldn't go. So what does he
    do? He takes my mama and
    my little brother. Technically,
    my mom and my little brother
    went out with my husband
    before I ever did. And he never
    did take me to the fair that
    year."
    Their first date was on a
    Thursday night and Wayne
    took her to the Tornado Whirl.
    He asked Abbie for another
    date the next night to the
    homecoming football game
    and she told him no.
    "Well, this other boy had
    already asked me to go with
    him weeks before-that," Abbie
    said.
    "Yeah, she really blew my
    whirl," Wayne.laughed.
    Naturally, Massey went to
    the game looking for her.
    "I wanted to see this boy she
    was with, you know, check out
    the competition. I looked up in.
    the stands and there she was
    with this ugly little boy, I
    mean, about the ugliest boy I'd
    ever seen," Wayne said. "I was
    mad."
    Things got better between
    the two and Wayne said that
    Abbie soon got into this habit
    of getting off of the school bus
    at the service station where I


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    Children may sign up for the
    Lawtey Athletic Association's
    baseball program through
    Friday, Feb. 16, at Lori's
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    Baseball teams are divided
    into the following age groups:
    4-6 (T-ball), 6-8 (rookie), 9-10
    (minor), 11-12 (major), 13-15
    (Dixie boys).
    Girls fastpitch softball is
    also available for ages 6-10.
    Fees are $55 for returning
    players and $56 for new
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    2471 or Lori Gowens at (904)
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    worked."
    "Because he told me to,"
    added Abbie. From the service
    station, he would drive Abbie
    home each day after school so
    the love birds could spend a
    little time together.
    In 1963, Wayne was 24 and


    Abbie 19. They decided to run
    off to Georgia and get married.
    On their first trip there, they
    arrived too late to get the
    required blood tests and had to
    return home.
    They spent the next day
    back in Georgia getting the


    tests and the license taken care
    of.
    The third time they set out
    for Georgia to get married was
    March 24 and Wayne was in
    bed sick. Abbie said she went
    over to his house and dragged
    him out of bed and drove him


    to Georgia.
    When they arrived, they
    found they were fourth in line
    waiting to exchange vows.
    Back in Lawtey, Abbie
    dropped Wayne off at his
    house and she returned to hers.
    The newlyweds did not
    immediately live as man and


    wife.
    Laughing about it now,
    Abbie said, "What were we
    supposed to do? Wayne didn't
    have a job then, so we couldn't
    get a place to live."
    They did not immediately
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    OBITUARIES


    Ola Mae Turner


    Ola Mae Turner
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
    Ola Mae Turner, 78, of
    Keystone Heights, died Feb. 9,
    2007, at North Florida
    Regional Medical Center
    following.a brief illness.
    Born in Blackberry, Ky.,
    Mrs. Turner moved from
    Delbarton, W.Va., to Keystone
    Heights. She was a
    homemaker and a member of
    the Lake Hill Baptist Church.
    Mrs. Turner is survived by a
    daughter, Susan Bertie of
    Keystone Heights; a brother,
    Bubert Comton of Severville,
    Tenn.; a sister, Deloris
    Weddington; four
    Grandchildren and eight great-
    grandchildren. Mrs. Turner
    was preceded in death by her
    ..... husband, John Henry.
    Funeral services will be
    Friday, Feb. 16, 2007, at 2
    p.m. at Lake Hill Baptist
    Church with the Pastor Jim
    Snell officiating. Interment
    will be at Keystone Heights
    Cemetery under the care of
    Jones, Funeral Home in
    Keystone Heights.


    Truman Daniel "T.D."
    Scott


    Truman Scott
    STARKE Truman Daniel
    "T.D." Scott, 66, of Starke,
    passed away Feb. 12, 2007, at
    Shands at the University of
    Florida.
    A native of Gainesville, Mr.
    Scott was a truck driver with
    North American Van Lines
    before retiring and a member
    of Bradford Baptist Church.
    Mr. Scott is survived by his
    wife, Martha Scott of Starke;
    two sons, Danny and Tracy
    Scott, both of Titusville; three
    brothers, Neal, George, and
    SBruce Scott, all of Starke; a
    sister, Edwina Willis of
    .---'- YOrlando; and four
    grandchildren. Mr. Scott was
    preceded in death by a
    daughter, Wendy Ellen Scott;
    his parents, Edna and Julian
    Scott; a brother, Edwin Scott;
    and a sister, Julia Hooten.
    Funeral services will be on
    Friday, Feb. 16, 2007, at I
    p.m. at the chapel of Archie
    Tanner Funeral Home with the
    Rev. Rick Jackson officiating.
    Burial will be in Conner
    Cemetery.
    Archie Tanner Funeral
    Home of Starke is in charge of
    arrangements. The family will
    receive friends Thursday, Feb.
    15, 2007, from 7-9 p.m. at
    Archie Tanner Funeral Home
    of Starke.

    Bobby Bryant
    RAIFORD Bobby
    Edward Bryant, 62, of Raiford,
    died on Feb. 6, 2007, at
    Shands University of Florida
    Hospital in Gainesville after an
    extended illness. Born in
    Raiford, Mr. Bryant moved to
    Texas, then back to Raiford
    four years ago. He was an
    auto mechanic and a member
    of the First Baptist Church of
    Raiford.
    Mr. Bryant is survived by
    three daughters, Teresa, Lisa,
    and Debbie Bryant, all of
    Texas; four sons, Freddie,
    Norman, and 'Mason Bryant,
    and Joey Johnsor, all of Texas;
    four brothers, Jerry Bryant,
    James Alvarez, Joey Richard,


    graveside with, the Chaplain
    Tom Miller officiating.
    Interment was in Gethsemane
    Memorial Gardens of
    Jacksonville under the care of
    Jones Funeral Home in Starke.


    Robert Hancock
    STARKE Robert Lee
    Hancock, 88, of Starke, died
    Feb. 1, 2007, at Shands at
    Alachua General Hospital
    following an extended illness.
    Mr. Hancock was born in


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    and Kenny Richard, all of
    Raiford; one sister, Sheila
    Kink of Raiford; and several
    grandchildren. Mr. Bryant was
    preceded in death by his
    parents. Fred Bryant and
    Elizabeth Browning: and a
    sister, Catherine Bryant.
    Funeral-services will be held
    Friday, Feb. 16, 2007, at II
    a.m. at the First Baptist Church
    of Raiford with the Rev. Alvin
    Griffis officiating. Burial will
    follow in Sapp Cemetery at
    Raiford under the care of
    Archer Funeral Home of Lake
    Butler. Family will receive
    friends at the funeral home
    Thursday, Feb. 15, 2007, from
    6-8 p.m.

    Roosevelt
    Bright Sr.
    LAWTEY Roosevelt P.
    Bright Sr., 88, of Lawtey, died
    Feb. 12, 2007, at Veterans
    Hospital in Gainesville
    following an extended illness.
    Born in Lawtey on March
    17, 1918, Mr. Bright was
    retired from the Merchant
    Marines.
    Mr. Bright is survived by:
    his wife Bernadette Richards
    Bright; five sons, Fleming R.
    Broglin of Dallas; the Rev.
    Emmett Bright and Cornelious
    David Bright, both of
    Gainesville, Roosevelt Paul
    Bright Jr. of Jacksonville, and
    Michael King Bright of Lake
    City; three daughters, Denise
    Maude Sarp and Wilhelmia
    Annamaria Bright, both of
    Gainesville and Bernadette M.
    Bright of Orlando; one brother,
    Essau Bright Jr. of Lawtey;
    one sister, Sadie Lee Clark of
    Lawtey; one aunt, Gwendolyn
    Smith of Philadelphia; 31
    grandchildren and 26 great-
    grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held
    on Saturday, Feb 17, 2007, at
    11 a.m. in Lawtey at the Walk
    By Faith Church Ministries
    with the Rev. James Rockly
    officiating. Interment will be at
    Peetsville Cemetery under the
    direction of Haile Funeral
    Home Inc. of Starke. Visitation
    for family is 3-4 p.m. and for
    friends, 4-8 p.m. Visitation
    will also be held one hour prior
    to service at the Walk By Faith
    Church Ministries.

    Sue Davis .
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
    Sue Johnson Davis, 84, of
    Keystone Heights died Feb. 5,
    2007, at Shands UF following
    an extended illness.
    Born in Hopewell, Va., on
    April 8, 1922, Mrs. Davis
    moved to Keystone Heights
    from Gainesville seven years
    ago.
    Mrs. Davis was a retired
    stenographer and a member of
    the Paran Baptist Church of
    Grandin.
    Mrs. Davis is survived by
    her husband, Jack Davis of
    Keystone Heights; sons James
    S. Davis of St. Augustine, Jack
    "Holley" Davis of Jacksonville
    Beach and Richard Davis of
    Cincinnati, Ohio; a sister, Ann
    Thompson of Ft. Collins,
    Colo.; three grandchildren and
    one great-granddaughter.
    Graveside services for Mrs.
    Davis were held Friday, Feb.
    9, 2007, in the Keystone
    Heights Cemetery with the
    Rev. Richard Davis and the
    Rev. John Andes conducting
    the services. Services were
    under the care of Jones Funeral
    Home of Keystone Heights.


    Elizabeth

    Heavner
    INTERLACHEN -
    Elizabeth Ollie Heavner, 81, of
    Interlachen, died Feb. 10,
    2007, at Haven Hospice at
    Robert's Care Center in Palatka
    following an extended illness.
    Born in Starke on May 9,
    1925, Mrs. Heavner moved
    from Palm Coast 16 years ago.
    She was a homemaker and
    bartender.
    Mrs. Heavner is survived by
    two daughters, Shirley Gillett
    of Hawthorne, and Carolyn
    Kovacs of Jacksonville; two
    sons, Rickey Heavner of
    Interlachen, and Aaron
    Heavner of Jacksonville; six
    grandchildren and three great-
    grandchildren.
    Funeral services were held
    on Feb. 14, 2007 at the


    Graveside funeral services
    were held Feb. 14, 2007, in the
    Oak Grove Cemetery in Union
    County with Bishop Wendle
    Nettles officiating. Interment
    followed. Arrangements are
    under the direction of the
    Dees-Pa'rish Family Funeral
    Home. The guest book is at
    www.deesfamilyfuneralhome.c
    om.


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    Thefamily ofJ. C. Griffis would like
    to say thank youfor the prayers,
    food andflowers, and to E. T York
    Hospice and Jones Funeral Home
    and area churchesfor their
    prayers.
    The Criffis Family
    Palsy, Jay, Robin and Brittani


    Charleston, W.Va. on March
    18, 1918 and was a retired pipe
    fitter. He worked for Kaiser
    Aluminium Maintenance
    Department. Mr. Hancock
    served in the U.S. Navy during
    World War II and served in the
    National Guard.
    Mr. Hancock is survived by:
    his wife. Connie Lou Hancock
    of Starke; two sons, Don L.
    Hancock of Rippley W.Va.,
    and Stephen L. Shilts of
    California; a brother, William
    Hancock of Sumter, S.C.; and
    a sister, Kay Frances of
    Michigan.
    Memorial services will be
    held on Tuesday, Feb. 20,
    2007, at 10 a.m. in the First
    Christian Church of Starke
    with Pastor Charles Soper and
    Pastor Greg Pusateri
    officiating. Graveside services
    will be Sunday, March 18',
    2007, in the Jackson Memorial
    Gardens, Cottageville, W.Va.
    Local arrangements are
    provided by Jones funeral
    Home of Starke.

    Cleveland
    McQueen Sr.
    STARKE Cleveland
    McQueen Sr., 57, of Starke,
    died Feb. 12, 2007, in his
    residence following an
    extended illness.
    Born in Sanford on Nov. 9,
    1949, Mr. McQueen retired
    from the U.S. Marine Corps.
    and also retired from the CSX
    Railroad. He was a member of
    SNew Bethel Baptist Church.
    Mr. McQueen is survived
    by: his wife, Priscilla
    McQueen; his father, the Rev.
    Charlie McQueen; four
    daughters, Latecia Alston,
    Shauneria L. McQueen,
    Denise Young, and Felicia
    McQueen, all of Sanford; three
    sons, Ladarion Alston of
    Jacksonville, Cleveland
    McQueen Jr. of Misawa,
    Japan, Joseph Marimon of
    Mims; three sisters, Patricia
    Green of Orlando, VeVelyn
    McQueen of Jacksonville, and
    Catherine McQueen of Starke;
    one brother, Jerome McQueen
    of Starke; and five
    grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held
    on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2007, at
    2:30 p.m. at New Bethel
    Baptist Church with the Rev.
    So.e,, Npihan Mosley, officiating.
    "nerTi enit il be at Peetsr ille
    Cemetery in Lawtey under the


    direction of Haile Funeral
    Home Inc. in Starke. Visitation
    for family is 4-5 p.m. andifor
    friends, 5-8 p.m. Visitation
    will also be held one hour prior
    to service at the New Bethel
    Baptist Church


    William Ogden
    DOWLING PARK
    William Woodrow "Woody"
    Ogden Sr., 69, of Dowling
    Park, died Feb. 11, 2007, at
    Shands at the University of
    Florida, following an extended
    illness.
    A native of Wellborn, Mr.
    Ogden moved from Lake City
    six years ago to Dowling Park.
    He was a carpenter and a
    landscaper.
    Mr. Ogden is survived by:
    his children, Sherry Barnett of
    Lake Butler, and William W.
    "Buddy" Ogden Jr. of Lake
    Butler; two brothers, Bill
    Ogden of Apopka, and Wayne
    Ogden of N.C.; and four
    grandchildren.


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    OBITUARIES


    Leo Rosier Jr.
    LAKE CITY Leo
    Clayton Rosier Jr., 63, of Lake
    City, died at home after a brief
    illness. Born in Lake City, Mr.
    Rosier lived his early life in
    Lake Butler. He was employed
    by the Department of
    Correct ions at Union
    Correctional Institution for 28
    years before retiring in 2000.
    Mr. Rosier was an Army
    veteran of the Korean War.
    Mr. Rosier is survived by his
    wife, Dorothy Richerson
    Rosier of Lake City; two
    daughters, Dora Jackson of
    Jasper and Donna Paschal of
    Lake City; one son, Johnny
    Hodges of Lake City; one
    sister, Willa Jean Ingrain of
    Witchata Falls, Texas: 1
    grandchildren, and six great-
    grandchildren. Mr. Rosier was
    preceded in death by his
    parents. Leo C. Rosier Sr, and
    Ida Douberly Rosier.
    Funeral services will be held
    .Thursday, Feb. 15, 2007, at 2
    Sp.m. in the Chapel of Archer
    Funeral Home of Lake Butler
    With the Rev. Roy Coleman
    officiating. Burial will follow
    in Mt. Zion Cemetery under
    the direction of Archer Funeral
    Home of Lake Butler.

    Gordon
    Sanderson
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
    J. Gordon Sanderson, 67, of
    Keystone Heights, died Feb.
    12, 2007, at Lake City VA
    Medical Center following an
    extended illness. Born in
    Miami on Nov. 7, 1938, Mr.
    Sanderson moved from Coral
    Springs to Keystone Heights in
    1981. He attended the
    Keystone Heights United
    Methodist Church and was a
    retired salesman.
    Mr. Sanderson is survived
    by two brothers, Roger N.
    Sanderson of Keystone
    Heights, and Walter M.
    :Sanderson of Barnesville, Ga.
    Viewing will be Friday, Feb.
    16, 2007, from 7-9 p.m. at
    Jones Funeral Home in
    Keystone. Funeral services
    will be held graveside on
    Saturday; Feb. 17, 2007 at 1
    Sp.m. at Keystone Heights
    Cemetery under the care of
    Jones Funeral Home in
    Keystone Heights.

    Mary Strayer
    STARKE Mary Lee
    Strayer, 81, of Starke, died
    Feb. 6, 2007, at Bradford
    Terrace.
    Born and raised in
    Jacksonville, Mrs. Strayer
    attended nursing school, was a
    member of the Order of the
    Eastern Star and a member of
    the Advent Christian Church in
    Jacksonville.
    Mrs. Strayer is survived by
    three daughters, Mary Durden
    of Starke, Carol Thacher of
    Lake Charles, La., and Lisa
    Turner of Albany, Ga.; one
    son, Larry B. Strayer Jr. of Ft.
    Myers; one brother, Robert
    Murff of Thomasville, Ga.;
    eight grandchildren and five,
    great-grandchildren.
    Memorial services were Feb.
    7, 2007, at the chapel of
    Archie Tanner Funeral Home
    with the Rev. Paul O'Steen
    officiating. Archie Tanner
    Funeral Home of Starke is in
    charge of arrangements..


    Janet Thomas
    LAKE BUTLER Janet
    Yvonne Bacon Thomas, 47, of
    Lake Butler, died Feb. 8, 2007,
    after a brief illness at the
    Shands AGH in Gainesville.
    Mrs. Thomas was born in
    Jacksonville, graduated from
    Branford High School, lived in
    Starke and Lake Butler for the
    last 15 years, was a purchasing
    : agent for the Alachua County
    Board of County
    Commissioners, and a member
    of Lebonan Baptist Church in
    SBranford.
    Mrs. Thomas is survived by
    her husband, W.K. Thomas of
    Lake Butler; two sons, Joshua


    and Jason Rodriguez, both of
    Lake Butler: two stepsons,
    David and Mark Thomas of
    Starke; her parents, Homer and
    Kathleen Bacon of Starke;
    three brothers, Mark Bacon of
    Lake Butler, David Gibson of
    Starke, and Bobby Gibson of
    South Florida: and two
    grandchildren.
    Funeral services were held
    Feb. 12, 2007, at the Chapel of
    Archer Funeral Home of Lake
    Butler with the Rev. Jason
    Johns officiating. Burial
    followed at Dekle Cemetery
    under the care of Archer
    Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

    Raymond
    Wingate
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
    Raymond John Wingate, 84, of
    Keystone Heights, died Feb.
    12, 2007, at his residence
    following a brief illness.
    Born in Faceville, Ga., Mr.
    Wingate later moved from
    Jacksonville to Keystone
    Heights where he retired as
    fire chief for NAS. He was a
    member of the First Baptist-
    Church of Keystone Heights
    and served as trustee on the
    Clay Electric Board since
    1974. Mr. Wingate was a
    sergeant major for the military
    police and was a World War II
    combat veteran in the 101st
    Automatic Weapons Brigade.
    Mr. Wingate was a lifetime
    member of Veterans of
    Foreign Wars Post 4904 in
    Bainbridge, a member of
    American Legion Post 202 and
    Middleburg Lodge Post 107.
    He served as a constable for
    Clay County and was a Golden
    Glove boxer. Mr. Wingate was
    very active in' the Keystone
    Heights community.
    Mr. Wingate is survived by
    his wife of 42 years, Patricia
    A. Wingate of Keystone
    Heights; four sons, Mike
    Wingate of Middleburg, Jack
    Wingate of Dothan, Ala., Don
    Wingate of Vidalia, Ga. and
    Jimmy Ray Wingate of
    Fernandina; nine grandchildren
    and one great-grandson.
    Funeral services will be
    Thursday, Feb. 15, 2007, .at 1
    p.m. at the- First Baptist
    Church of Keystone with the
    Rev. Jim Prose. officiating.
    Graveside services will follow
    at 3:30 p.m. at Jacksonville
    Memory Gardens.
    Memorial contributions can
    be made to the First -Bapti-st"
    Building Fund; 550 S.E. S.R.
    100; Keystone Heights, FL
    32656, or to Haven Hospice
    6400 St. Johns Ave., Palatka,
    FL 32177. Arrangements are


    under the care of Jones Funeral
    Home, Keystone Heights.

    John Whitehead
    LAKE BUTLER John H.
    Whitehead, 82, of Lake Butler,
    died Feb. 9. 2007. Mr.
    Whitehead served in the U.S.
    Navy during World War II. He
    first was a Lake Butler
    constable and was elected
    sheriff of Union County in
    1952. Mr. Whitehead earned
    the title of Dean of Florida
    Sheriffs and was recognized in
    1984 with a Distinguished
    Service Award from the
    Florida Congressional
    Delegation.
    Mr. White.iead served on the
    Clay Electric Co-op Board of
    Directors. He was a founding
    member of the Florida
    Sheriff's Youth Ranches and a
    past president of the Florida
    Sheriff's Association.
    Mr. Whitehead was
    recognized by the Florida
    Legislature as Law
    Enforcement Officer of the
    Year in 1984. He was a
    founding member of the Lake
    Butler Rotary Club, a lifetime
    member of both the Florida
    and National Sheriff's
    Associations and served as a
    deacon of the First Christian
    Church of Lake Butler. Mr.
    Whitehead was also a long
    time supporter of the Florida
    Department of Corrections, a
    past master of Lake Butler
    Masonic Lodge No. 52,
    F&AM, and a member of
    Morocco Shri.ne of
    Jacksonville.
    Mr. Whitehead is survived
    by his wife of 61 years, Vivian
    Crews Whitehead; three
    children, John H. Whitehead
    Jr., Cynthia Whitehead and
    Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, all of
    Lake Butler; three brothers,
    Jack Whitehead, William
    Whitehead and 'James
    Whitehead, all of Lake Butler;
    and one sister, Merle Brown of
    Lake Butler. He was preceded
    in death by his parents,
    Andrew and Virdie
    Whitehead; two brothers, Al
    Whitehead and W.W.
    Whitehead; and a sister, Olene
    Douberly.
    Funeral services were held
    Feb 12, 2007, at the First
    Christian Church of Lake
    Butler with Pastor Art Peterson
    officiating. Burial was in
    Whitehead Cemetery under the
    care of Archer Funeral Home
    ..of.....Lake; jt, J.ut Memorial
    contributions can be made to
    the Florida Sheriff's Boys
    Ranches; P.O. Box 2000; Live
    Oak, FL 32064. For more
    information call (386) 496-
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    Ohio, died Feb. 12, 2007, at
    Guardian Health Care Center.
    Mrs. Wilson was born July
    22, 1952, in Jacksonville and
    moved to Ohio where she was
    a housekeeper for the Wise
    family for 16 years. She was a
    member of Alpha Omega First
    Baptist Church in Hubbard,
    Ohio.
    Mrs. Wilson is survived by a
    daughter, Evonne Fay Wilson
    of Jacksonville; a sister,
    Martha Fay Berard of
    Jacksonville; three brothers,
    James L. Andrews of
    Youngstown, Ohio, David
    Andrews of Jacksonville, and
    Eugene M. Andrews of Starke.
    Mrs. Wilson was preceded in
    'death by her parents, Milton L.
    and Mary Evelyn Taylor
    Andrews; and two brothers,
    Tony Andrews and Lamuel
    Andrews.
    Funeral services will be
    Saturday, Feb. 17, 2007 at 11
    a.m. at Stewart-Kyle Funeral
    Home, Hubbard, Ohio.


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    she will make recommendations for
    appropriate medical, educational,
    social and psychological services for
    the child, and make court appearances,
    informing the judge with oral.and
    written reports concerning the relevant
    facts about the case.
    Bradford County has an office
    operating full-time with two paid
    employees who also supervise part-
    time ad Litem offices in Baker and
    Union counties. The three counties
    currently have 95 active cases. Baker
    County has 45 children in the program,
    Bradford County has 40, and Union
    County has 10.
    The Bradford County ad Litem
    office is located in the county annex,
    on the south side of the courthouse.
    Case coordinator LaRayne Engram,
    supervisor of the Starke.office, has
    been with the Guardian ad Litem
    program for the past two years. A
    native of New Jersey, Engram has
    an MBA degree from Seton Hall
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    currently lives in Gainesville. She
    enjoys her work, although she says,
    "It is not a 9-to-5 job."
    The breakdown of families in
    today's society mandates a concern for
    the most vulnerable victims of poor
    parenting and requires the state to fill
    the vacuum for abandoned, abused or
    neglected children. Volunteers are a
    continuing need fori 'worthy cause,
    in which the reward-is t o be"f6u'id' in''
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    Indians' coach
    says 'thanks'
    to the
    community
    Dear Keystone Football Fans:
    I would like to thank all of
    our fans who supported the
    Fighting' Indian football team
    this past season.
    The business leaders and
    service organizations not only
    supported our team financially
    but also by donating their time
    to operate our concession
    stand. I would like to thank the
    following organizations for
    operating our concession stand
    for the 2006 season: Keystone
    Rotary and Kiwanis.
    On Feb. 3, we held our 2006
    Varsity Football Banquet to
    honor our players ,for an
    outstanding season. The
    banquet was a great success
    largely due to our Super Chief
    Corporate sponsors.
    I would like to thank our
    Super f-Cfi-efs who were our
    2006 pregame meal and
    banquet sponsors.
    The following is a list of the
    Super Chiefs: A Devoted Fan,
    C.B. Isaac Realty, Capital City
    Bank, Compass Bank,
    Douglas, Douglas, and
    Farnsworth CPA, Dr. Steve
    Chapman DDS, Helen Hersey
    Realty, Hitchcock's, Johnny's
    Bar-B-Que and Catering,
    Keystone Auto Parts, Keystone
    Building Center/True Value,
    Keystone Paints and Blanding
    Boulevard Paints, Keystone
    Heights Sportsmen Club,
    Keystone Title, M&S Bank,
    Lee Crane Insurance,
    Professional Mortgage,
    Roberts Insurance, School Kidz
    Hangout, Taylor & Taylor,
    Town and Country Veterinary
    Clinic and Trevor Waters
    Realty.
    I would .like to thank my
    assistant coaches, football
    players, Quarterback Club
    members, Athletic Director
    Walt Darty, Principal Dr.
    Susan Sailor, and everyone
    involved with the 2006
    football team for an
    outstanding 2006 season.
    A special thanks to Bob
    Canady and Doug Wise of
    Keystone Building Center/
    True Value for their generous
    donation that allowed us to
    , purchase our scouting software.
    Our underclassmen are
    'w working hard to get ready for


    next season and we hope to see
    you at all of our home games
    in 2007.
    Chuck Dickinson
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    Should
    property
    owners bear
    the brunt?
    Dear Editor:
    After hearing some of the
    ideas that are circulating as a
    result of Gov. Charlie Crist's
    desire to tighten spending by
    local governments, I am a bit
    dismayed.
    I agree with the governor
    that something needs to be
    done to alleviate high property
    taxes; however, the idea to
    increase the homestead
    exemption to $50,000 may
    work for bigger counties, such
    as Broward and West Palm
    Beach that can afford a $25,000
    increase, but not in counties
    such as Bradford, Union and
    Clay.
    Ron Littlepage's column in
    the Florida Times Union last
    week,.brought forth an idea
    that needs to be discussed in
    the debate on property taxes.
    As I look at both sides of the
    issue I understand that local
    government needs funding to
    conduct its services and serve


    its population. On the other
    hand, I don't believe that
    property owners should be
    taxed for land which they
    own. It is an age-old system
    that needs to be revamped.
    I agree with Ron that the
    debate needs to "switch gears"
    and focus on the root of the
    issue. Should property owners
    bear almost the entire brunt of
    the local government's
    financial needs?
    As a property owner myself,
    I don't believe they should.
    Instead we need to look to
    other ideas for sources of
    revenue, such as getting rid of
    the property tax and
    implementing a one-cent sales
    tax to replace it. By doing
    this, we could spread the tax
    burden which alleviates
    business owners from closing
    their business, and helps
    elderly people who live on
    fixed incomes to keep their
    homes. Thus, the economy
    and livelihood in Florida would
    flourish.
    We need to stay focused on
    the issue: Property taxes are
    not the end-al.l source of
    revenue for government.
    I have confidence in Gov.
    Crist and the Legislature, as
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    forth ideas that will bring
    about positive change for
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    CRIME


    Two arrested
    after fleeing
    Starke police
    Tweo arrests were made by
    Starke officers during an
    attempted 3:36 a.m. traffic
    stop Feb. II.
    Troy Floyd. driving a 2003
    Chrysler. failed to stop for the
    officer when he attempted to
    stop him for a traffic
    infraction, according to Starke
    Patrolman Shawn Brown. The
    Chrysler accelerated to 55mph
    .n a 30mph zone and failed to
    yield to law enforcement,
    Patrolman Brown said. After a
    chase on U.S. 301 and onto
    Southeast 47th Street, the
    vehicle stopped, and both
    Floyd and a passenger fled on
    foot, refusing to obey
    commands. Floyd and Terance
    Denard Davis, 18, of Putnam
    Hall. were apprehended a short
    time later and charged,
    Patrolman Brown said.
    During the arrest, Davis
    punched the officer in the chest
    and kicked him in the knee,
    Patrolman Brown said. Davis
    was charged with resisting an
    officer with violence and
    battery on a law enforcement
    officer. After being handcuffed,
    Davis attempted to run but was
    caught and placed in the patrol
    car. Davis was released from
    custody after a $10,000 surety
    bond was posted.
    Floyd, 38, of Orange Park
    was charged with driving while
    license suspended or revoked,
    fleeing, attempting to elude
    and resisting without violence.
    He was released from custody
    after a $5,000 surety bond was
    posted.

    Starke man
    arrested for
    resisting
    arrest
    A 23-year-old Starke man
    was aTested Feb. 6 after
    fighting with a police officer.
    Bryan Sheffield was being
    arrested on a warrant for failure
    to appear when he resisted and
    started fighting with Patrolman
    Shawn Brown. Sheffield tried
    to get the officer's handcuffs
    and/or radio while swinging at
    him.
    Sheffield was charged with
    resisting an officer with
    violence, possession of'
    controlled substance and
    depriving law enforcement
    officer of means of protection,
    Patrolman Brown said.
    While being processed at the
    county jail, Sheffield was
    found to have methadone pills.
    on his body. He was
    additionally charged with
    introduction of contraband.
    Total bond was set at $44,500.

    Keystone
    woman fights
    deputy,
    arrested
    A 31-year-old Keystone
    Heights woman was arrested
    Sunday by Bradford deputies.
    Heather Lynn Lawson was
    charged with striking the
    victim in the face and head
    with her hands and a shower
    curtain rod, according to Sgt.
    Wayne McIntire. When the
    victim attempted to call the
    sheriff s office, Lawson
    destroyed the telephone.
    Sgt. McIntire and Deputy
    Bryan Waldorf arrived at
    Southeast 44th Street on Feb.


    I I at 9:30 p.m. They arrested
    Lawson for domestic battery.
    When placed in the patrol car.
    Lawson resisted by kicking the
    cage and windows. She was
    removed from the car, and her
    ankles were secured with
    handcuffs, Sgt. McIntire said.
    Lawson then kicked the
    sergeant in the leg and bit him
    on the arm. His wound required
    medical attention at Shands.
    Lawson was also transported
    to Shands by Medic 1. While
    in the ER, Lawson continued
    to be combative and kicked one
    of the nurses on the forearm,
    Sgt. McIntire said. She was
    treated and released, and booked
    into the county jail.
    Lawson was additionally
    charged with resisting arrest
    with violence, battery of law
    enforcement officer
    (aggravated) and battery of
    health care worker. She
    remains in custody with no
    bond, Sgt. McIntire said.


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

    David Markham Lowe, 18,
    of Keystone Heights was
    arrested. Feb. 10 by Clay
    Deputy Lester Ricks for
    resisting an officer without
    violence. Lowe was charged
    when he attempted to enter a
    crime scene on C.R. 214 at
    1:49 a.m. He had a strong odor
    of an alcoholic beverage
    emanating from his person and
    appeared to be intoxicated.
    Lowe yelled profanities and
    threatened the officer, Deputy
    Ricks said. When he refused to
    obey commands, the officer
    took Lowe to the ground.
    When he continued to struggle,
    the officer'used his Taser and
    Lowe began to comply with
    orders, Deputy Ricks said. He
    was then transported to the
    county jail.

    Sherri Lynne Knoll, 37, of
    Melrose was arrested Feb. I


    by Clay Deputy Gary Lavaron
    for resisting or opposing an
    officer without violence. Knoll
    provided false information to
    the deputy when questioned.
    Her vehicle was stuck in a
    driveway on Deer Springs
    Road at 5:30 a.m. Knoll was
    in the vehicle spinning the
    tires in an attempt to become
    free from the sand, Deputy
    Lavaron said. She refused to
    turn off the engine and exit the
    vehicle. When the deputy
    removed Knoll from the
    vehicle, she began to scream
    and continued as she was
    placed in custody. Knoll gave
    conflicting stories as to why
    she was at the residence,
    Deputy Lavaron said.


    Richard A. Mayben Jr., 41,
    of Brooker was arrested Feb. 5
    by Bradford Deputy Drew
    Moore for aggravated child
    abuse by aggravated battery.
    Mayben was charged following
    an investigation into an
    incident on or about Jan. 7.
    Mayben allegedly struck a
    child under 12 years of age,
    leaving marks, Deputy Moore
    said. The child-belonged to a
    friend. Children and Family
    Services investigated the
    incident before turning the case
    over to the sheriff, Deputy
    Moore said. Bond on the
    charge was set at $100,000.

    Theresa Brewer Tew, 41, of
    Lawtey was arrested Feb. 10
    by Bradford Deputy Lee Garnto
    for battery domestic. Tew is
    charged with striking the
    victim in the head with a beer
    bottle and a glass bowl,
    Deputy Garnto said. The
    victim was knocked
    unconscious, but declined
    medical treatment at the scene,
    Deputy Garnto said. A $1,000
    surety bond .was posted for
    Tew's release from custody.

    Ruby McClellan, 48, of
    Starke was arrested Feb. 1 I by
    Bradford Deputy Bryan
    Waldorf. Deputies responding
    to a disturbance in Pleasant
    Grove found McClellan had
    struck the victim in the face.
    The victim suffered minor
    lacerations requiring medical
    attention, Deputy Waldorf said.
    McClellan was released from
    custody after a $1,000 surety
    bond was posted.


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    Anthony McCloud, 20, of
    Starke was arrested Feb. I I by
    Starke Patrolman Michelle
    Davis for battery. McCloud is
    charged' with striking the
    victim and pushing her to the
    pavement, causing deep
    lacerations to her eye and
    mouth. The victim was
    transported to Shands ER for
    treatment, Patrolman Davis
    said. McCloud remains in
    custody.

    Guy Thomas Hammon, 47,
    of Starke was arrested Feb. 11
    by Starke Sgt. Donald
    Spriggle for disorderly
    intoxication, resisting an
    officer with violence and two
    counts battery of law
    enforcement. A Ford pickup
    truck was parked on the
    shoulder of South Walnut
    Street at 2:38 a.m., running
    with lights on, Sgt. Spriggle
    said. Hammon was sitting in
    the driver's seat and appeared to
    be sleeping. After knocking on
    the window repeatedly without
    response, the officer opened the
    door and was overwhelmed by
    a strong odor of an alcoholic
    beverage. It took several
    minutes to wake Hammon,
    Sgt. Spriggle said. His speech
    was slurred and his eyes were
    bloodshot and watery.
    Hammon denied being in the
    vehicle or consuming any
    alcoholic beverage. He refused
    to comply and began swinging
    his fist and kicking at the
    officers on the scene, Sgt.
    Spriggle said. He was
    restrained and taken into
    custody.

    Richard Lee Vanderpool, 28,
    of Melrose was arrested Feb. 9
    by Starke Patrolman Shawn
    Brown for disorderly
    intoxication and criminal
    mischief. Vanderpool was
    intoxicated, causing a
    disturbarice by kicking on the
    door of an apartment at the
    Budget Inn, Patrolman Brown
    said. A $5,000 surety bond
    was posted for his release from
    custody.

    Phillip Lyle Griffis, 23, of
    Starke was arrested Feb. 11 6y
    Patrolman Brown for disorderly
    intoxication. Griffis is charged
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    stop. He endangered others by
    attempting to smoke by
    propane tanks after being told
    not .to smoke, Patrolman
    Brown said. Griffis was
    released from custody after a
    $1,000 surety bond was
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    28, Marques Waymon Trigg,
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    Santiago, 22, all of Brandon,
    were arrested Feb. 8 by Starke
    Patrolman David Schlofman
    for possession of cannabis and
    ecstasy. During a traffic stop
    on U.S. 301, marijuana and
    ecstasy were found in their
    vehicle, Patrolman Schlofman
    said. They were released from
    custody after $20,000 surety
    bonds were posted.

    William S. Nipper, 34, of
    Brooker was arrested Feb. 8 by
    Brooker Marshal Tommie E.
    Raulerson for possession of
    drug paraphernalia. A
    hypodermic syringe was found
    in Nipper's pocket during a
    search, Marshal Raulerson
    said. Bond on the charge was
    set at $1,000.

    Joshua Dell, 19, of Melrose
    was arrested Feb. 10 by Clay
    deputies for criminal mischief.


    Alton Lamar Moore, 45, of
    Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
    8 by Starke Patrolman P.A.
    King for retail theft and
    possession of drug
    paraphernalia. Moore is
    charged with placing two
    packages of steaks and a
    package of bratwurst in his
    pants before leaving the
    business without paying,
    Patrolman King said. During a
    search, the officer found a
    homemade crack pipe in
    Moore's backpack. Bond was
    set at $2,000.

    David M. Tyson, 28, of
    Starke was arrested Feb. 8 by
    Starke Sgt. Richard Crews for
    possession of less than 20
    grams cannais. Tyson had
    marijuana in a small plastic
    bag that was 'found during a
    search, Sgt. ':Crews said. A
    $1,000 surety :bond was posted
    for his release from custody.

    Rosa Lee Bruce,. 46, of
    Graham was arrested Feb. I I
    by Sgt. Spriggle for. disorderly
    intoxication. Bruce was located
    at the railroad construction site
    on S.R. 16. She was
    intoxicated and endangered
    herself by falling several times
    on the tracks. Sgt. Spriggle
    said. She was taken into
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    CRIME


    Driver
    hospitalized
    from
    Feb. 10 crash
    A Keystone Heights woman
    remains in good condition at
    Shands University Hospital
    after a midnight crash.
    Rose Helen Peace, driving a
    1996 Honda, was southbound
    on C.R. 214 at a high rate of
    speed, according to Deputy
    Thomas Brown. Peace lost
    control of the vehicle. The
    Honda went into a ditch before
    striking a tree and overturning.
    Peace was ejected, with the
    vehicle coming to rest on top
    of her, Deputy Brown said.
    Peace was extricated from
    under the vehicle and flown to
    Gainesville by ShandsCair,
    Deputy Brown said.
    Peace, 50, was at a birthday
    party when the honoree cut his
    hand, Deputy Brown said.
    Peace was driving him to a
    hospital when the accident
    occurred. They had been
    drinking, Deputy Brown said.
    The two passengers were not
    injured, Deputy Brown said.
    No one was wearing a seat
    belt.
    Damage to the Honda was
    S$8,000.
    The case is pending.

    Semi
    smashes
    into car,
    killing 2
    A Virginia couple was killed
    Feb. 8 after their, vehicle was
    struck by a northbound semi
    on U.S. 301 in Alachua
    County.
    Frank Simms, 69, and
    Phyllis Simms, 67, of Salem,
    Va., were also northbound at
    7:20 a.m., according to
    Trooper W.J. Berger. The
    Simms, in a 2002 Lincoln,
    and three other vehicles were
    slowed due to inclement
    weather conditions
    (fog/smoke).
    Jullian Wynn, driving an
    International truck, failed to
    notice the slower traffic and
    struck the rear of the Lincoln,
    Trooper Berger said. The semi
    and Lincoln sideswiped the
    three other vehicles before the
    "Lincoln was pushed into the
    rear of another semi that was -
    northbound in the left lane,
    Trooper Berger said.
    The Lincoln and Wynn's
    semi left the roadway and burst
    into flames. The Simms were
    pronounced dead at the scene,
    Trooper W.J. Berger said.
    Only minor injuries to the
    other drivers were reported in
    the crash.
    The northbound lanes of
    U.S. 301 were closed for
    approximately eight hours.
    Total damages to the vehicles
    were estimated at $60,000.
    Charges are pending in the
    crash.

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

    David Blair Sliker, 56, of
    Melrose was arrested Feb. 7 by
    Florida Highway Patrol Sgt.
    E. Etcher for possession of
    cannabis. Sliker's vehicle was
    stopped for speeding on C.R.
    214 at 3:26 a.m. He was
    charged on a warrant from Clay
    County for failure to appear
    possession of cannabis. During
    a search, the trooper found a
    plastic bag containing
    marijuana on the seat where
    Sliker was sitting. He was
    additionally charged with
    possession of cannabis. Surety
    bonds totalling $2,752 were
    posted for his release from
    custody.

    Mary Yvonne Cameron, 47,
    of Tallahassee was arrested
    Feb. 7 by Starke Patrolman
    Mark Lowery for disorderly
    intoxication. Cameron was at
    Shands ER for treatment and


    had been medically cleared
    when she became verbally
    abusive, cursing and swinging
    at the hospital staff, Patrolman
    Lowery said. She smelled
    strongly of an alcoholic
    beverage. Bond on the charge
    was set at $1,000.

    Stevie Branch, 24, of
    Keystone Heights was arrested
    Feb. 6 by Clay deputies for
    possession of cannabis and
    drug paraphernalia.


    Kenneth R. Vandyke, 48, of
    Ocala was arrested Feb. 8 by
    Patrolman King for disorderly
    conduct. During a traffic stop,
    Vandyke began yelling
    profanities and refused to lower
    his voice, Patrolman King
    said. He was released from
    custody after a $1,000 surety
    bond was posted.

    Adam Thomas Zoltowski,
    21, of Starke was arrested Feb.
    9 by Starke Patrolman
    William Murray for retail
    theft. Zoltowski is charged
    with concealing food (burrito,
    fish steaks and Beefaroni)
    underneath his jacket before
    leaving the Kangaroo without
    paying. Value of the stolen
    products was $7.77, Patrolman
    Murray said. Bond was set at
    $1,000.
    George Cleighton Scott, 37,
    of Gainesville was arrested
    Feb. 11 by Bradford Sgt.
    Wayne McIntire on a warrant
    from Randolph County
    Missouri for violation of
    probation tampering and
    forgery. He was also charged as
    a fugitive from justice. Bond
    was set at $10,000. Scott
    remains in custody awaiting
    extradition.

    Clayton Patrick Perry III,
    21, of Starke was arrested Feb.
    7 by Bradford Deputy Joseph
    Jones on a capias for criminal
    mischief and failure to appear
    serving or selling alcoholic
    beverage to minor. Bonds were
    set at $15,000 and $205.

    Sean McNamara, 38, of
    Keystone Heights was arrested
    Feb. 8 by Clay deputies for
    violation of probation dealing
    in stolen property.

    Joseph Ference, 37, of
    Melrose was arrested Feb. 8 by
    Clay deputies for violation of
    probation grand theft.
    Malisa Cady, 42, of
    Keystone Heights was arrested
    Feb. .12 by Clay deputies for
    failure to appear on bail.

    Dale Vincent Crawford, 46,
    of Lake Butler was arrested
    Feb. 11 by Union Deputy
    Kevin Hilliard for failure to
    appear for misdemeanor
    offense.. Bond was set at
    $1,500..


    Gene Darrin Dahl, 41, of
    Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
    by Union Sgt. Raymond
    Shuford on a Bradford warrant
    for failure to appear for
    misdemeanor offense. Bond
    was set at $2,000.

    Walter Carlisle Jackson, 55,
    of Keystone Heights was
    arrested Jan. 31 by Clay
    Deputy Renee Scucci on a
    warrant for criminal mischief.
    Bond was set at $5,002.
    Christopher Ronald Dawson,
    25, of Keystone Heights was
    arrested Jan. 31 by Clay
    Deputy Rol ert E. Russell on a
    warrant for worthless checks.
    Bond was set at $225. Dawson
    was charged Feb. I by Clay
    Deputy S. Bonetti on a warrant
    from Putnam County for
    violation of probation purchase
    cocaine. Bond was set at
    $1,504.
    Krista Joy Bradley, 28, of
    Keystone Heights was arrested
    Feb. I by Deputy Scucci on
    warrants for worthless checks.
    Bonds were set at $2,502 and
    $100.

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    Richard Allan Dawson, 49,
    of Keystone Heights was
    arrested Feb. 6 by Deputy
    Ricks for driving under the
    influence (DUI). Dawson's
    vehicle was seen just before
    midnight swerving back and
    forth as it travelled on S.R.
    100. When the vehicle was
    stopped, the deputy smelled a
    strong odor of an alcoholic
    beverage and the driver's
    speech was slurred, Deputy
    Ricks said. Dawson failed the
    field sobriety test and was
    placed under arrest. His blood-
    alcohol level was .27 percent.
    Dawson was additionally
    charged with possession of
    cannabis after two burnt
    marijuana cigarettes were found
    in the ashtray, Deputy Ricks
    said.
    Michael Lee Davis, 20, of
    Hawthorne was arrested Feb. 9
    by Clay Deputy John Murphy
    for driving while license
    suspended or revoked (DWLS).
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    Lawrence Boulevard in
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    Eugene Sylvester McRae,
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    David Wroblewski, 21, of
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    COUPLE
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    tell their families what they)
    had done. either. Abbie said
    she waited until April Fool's
    Day to tell her mother that she
    and Wayne had eloped.
    Considering what day it was.
    at first, her mother didn't
    believe her. Abbie made her
    mom promised not to tell her
    dad yet.
    Around three months later,
    Wayne finally secured a steady
    job as a Bradford County
    forest ranger.
    "But in order to come up
    with a down payment for a
    trailer, we had to hit my dad up
    to buy my car. That's when he
    found out we were married,"
    said Abbie.
    Wayne didn't immediately
    lell his parents about the
    marriage either. As small town
    gossip goes, his mother found
    out anyway.
    "Boy, I tell you what. My
    mama lit into me. She was
    more angry at hearing it
    Through gossip than the fact
    That we actually ran off and got
    married," Wayne said.
    SHumor certainly runs in the
    -family. Wayne relayed a story
    about something that happened
    30 years later.
    S"We were out somewhere
    with our daughter Audrey. She
    -was about 13 or 14 at the time.
    : Abbie and I saw the girl that I
    Missed the date with and
    Joined the Army instead."
    Abbie pointed the woman
    out to Audrey, and when they
    got back to their car, a Garth
    Brooks song, "Thank God for
    Unanswered Prayers," was
    playing on the radio.
    They laughed out loud as
    their daughter Audrey said,
    thank God for unanswered
    prayers.
    Through the years, the
    couple have had four
    daughters, Terry Andrews,
    owner of Oak Hill Dental
    Group in Lake City; Virginia
    Autry, owner of the
    Strawberry Tea Room in
    Starke; Audrey Murphy,
    reading coach at Southside
    Elementary School, and Esther
    Edwards, who was a registered,
    nurse at North Florida
    Regional Hospital until May of
    last year when her doctor-
    husband took a residency in
    Denver.
    They also have three
    grandsons who are 22, 20 and
    13 as well as a granddaughter,
    -whois- :e\en-month--old
    The couple are very proud of
    their children and their
    success. Wayne bragged about
    how smart they all are and said
    his four daughters are his
    Valentines.
    When they were growing up,
    he said he couldn't even help
    them with their homework
    because it was so advanced.
    "The only time I could do
    anything was when my baby
    girl asked me for help with her
    science projects," Wayne said.
    He had always tinkered with
    electrical work on the side, so
    he said that he came up with
    some simple projects he had
    always wanted to do, but had
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    joked, "I won first place in the
    science fair. In fact, I won first
    place three years in a row.
    Made it to district one year."
    Wayne recalled one time
    when the girls were still little
    and the youngest had made
    him mad.
    He had an alarm clock that
    crowed like a rooster when it
    went off. In his anger, he took
    the clock and threw it on the
    floor and it busted all to
    pieces.
    There it was, on the floor in
    50 pieces when all of the
    sudden, he heard this weak and
    crackly crowing sound coming
    from the clock.
    "I thought, oh man, I killed
    my rooster. It made me feel so
    small," Wayne said.
    "But that was nothing
    compared to the time Abbie
    tried to kill me by lunging this
    huge fork at me."

    Abbie was mad at him about
    something and he just didn't
    want to hear about it, so he
    turned his back to walk out of
    the kitchen. Suddenly, he felt
    something go past his back and
    hit the wall.
    "I didn't throw the fork at
    him, I threw if at the floor and
    it must have bounced and hit
    the wall,".Abbie said.
    Joking, Wayne said, "That's
    funny, because I never heard it


    clink when it hit the floor. And
    that's an awfully high bounce
    for it to go flying past my
    back."
    Wayne said that one thing
    they've always done together
    since they were married is
    taking a vacation together
    every single year.
    "We made an agreement that
    we would get away together
    every year and take a vacation,
    no matter what. We've been to
    places like California, Puerto
    Rico, the Virgin 'Islands and
    St. Thomas. We've been on
    over 10 cruises during our
    marriage," Abbey said.
    One year, they went-to their
    travel agency to book a cruise.
    When Wayne heard the price,
    he said he was upset about it
    and told them it was way too
    much money.
    Abbie said she got mad. She
    walked out of the office and
    went out and sat in the car.
    Abbie was incensed, she didn't
    have anything to say to
    Wayne.
    Wayne knew what was good
    for him. "I called her at work
    later that afternoon and told
    her I had booked the cruise,"
    he said.
    And today, their kids have
    followed their parent's lead
    and take annual vacations with
    their spouses. "You only go
    around once, so why not enjoy
    it?" Wayne said.


    James

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    perform

    Saturday

    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    The chance to help those in
    need and enjoy family-style
    entertainment-that's what
    will be offered at the-Bradford
    High School auditorium this
    Saturday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m.
    when James Rogers performs
    his one-man show to benefit
    the Bradford Food Pantry.
    Tickets, which may be
    purchased at several area
    churches as well as at the
    Bradford County Telegraph,
    are $10 for adults and $5 for
    children.
    Rogers, who has been a
    mainstay at Dollywood in
    Pigeon Forge, Tenn., for more
    than 20 years, had performed
    annually in Starke for more
    than 10 years, but has not had
    the opportunity to do so the
    past five years. He was
    scheduled to perform last year,
    but the show was cancelled
    after Rogers was diagnosed
    with cancer.
    He returns this year,
    bringing with him his skills as
    a singer and instrumentalist.
    Rogers, who has been honored
    with such accolades as "Best
    Entertainer of the Smokies,"
    puts on a show that has been
    described as lively, comical
    and patriotic. Many of his
    musical selections are familiar
    favorites, which complement
    his original compositions.
    Rogers has written such
    songs as "Fly Eagle Fly,"
    which was selected as the


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    state's official songs, "I Guard
    America," the theme song for
    the Air and Army National
    Guard, and "Save the Eagle,"
    which was instrumental in
    removing the bald eagle from
    the'endangered species list.
    This concert, along with the
    annual "Walk for Hunger," has
    been a major fund-raiser for
    the Bradford Food Pantry in
    the past. Arley McRae,
    administrator at the Food
    Pantry" expects this show. to
    once again pay huge dividends
    as all proceeds, after expenses,
    will go to the Food Pantry.
    ."That will net us probably at
    least a third of what- gain every
    year," McRae said.
    The concert is especially
    imrportant now as the number
    of people the Food Pantry
    serves increases. McRae said
    that number has gradually
    risen since 9-11..
    "We have gained, in_the last
    few years, about 1,000 people
    a year who we serve," McRae
    said. "We're nearing about 800
    a month."
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    Bradford girls fall to number-one team


    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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    They more than held their
    own against the state's top-
    ranked team, but the seventh-
    ranked Bradford Tornadoes let
    the game start slipping away
    from them late in the third
    quarter, eventually losing 51-
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    quarter, giving Washington
    three easy baskets following
    turnovers, but the Tornadoes
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    12-7, and a layup by Goodman
    on an assist from Hill with less
    than 10 seconds on the clock
    pulled Bradford within 15-1 1
    going into the second quarter.
    The Tornadoes scored the
    first four points in the second
    quarter on two free throws by
    Tosha Griffin and a layup by
    Goodman on an assist from
    Jerica Warren.
    Griffin sank two morl free
    throws to make it a one-point
    game with less than 40
    seconds remaining in the half.
    Ebony Smith then sent the
    Tornadoes intothe locker
    room with a 24-23 halftime
    lead when she knocked down a
    mid-range jumper with two
    seconds on the clock.
    Bradford blocked four of
    .Washington's shot attempts in
    the second quarter and got a
    steal by Griffin late in the half.
    "I thought we played really
    hard on defense," McFadyen
    said.


    Bradford's
    Keita Goodman
    (background)
    prepares to
    contest a shot
    by Bishop
    Kenny's Megan
    Backer in the
    Tornadoes'
    regional
    quarterfinal
    win.


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    On the flip side, Bradford's
    best weapon against the man-
    to-man defense- -Washington
    began playing was Griffin.
    However, she sprained her
    ankle early in the third quarter.
    She returned, but McFadyen
    said it hurt his team that the
    quick guard was not at full
    strength.
    "(Washington) didn't have
    anyone who could cover her,"
    McFadyen said, noting that the
    team put three different guards
    on Griffin prior to her injury in
    an attempt to slow her down.
    The game was tied at 28-all
    when Griffin took to the court
    again, and the Tornadoes went
    up by two when Hill drove the
    baseline and scored. That
    would be the last field goal of


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    as Washington went on a 9-1
    run ..
    Washington's Mookie Smith
    opened the fourth quarter with
    a 3-pointer as the visitors
    scored the first seven points.
    Griffin stopped the run with
    a layup, but the Tornadoes
    could not get Washington's
    lead back down to single
    digits. Bradford missed four of
    five shot attempts and
    committed five turnovers the
    rest of the way.
    Goodman led the Tornadoes
    with 14 points, while Hill
    finished with nine.
    Washington's Smith led all
    scorers with 19 points.

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    Leigh wins second straight medal REGIONc
    Continued from p. 1C


    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Stajl Writer
    It was a good way for
    Bradford High School senior r
    Kelly Leigh to end her third
    consecutive undefeated regular
    season-with her highest
    finish ever in three trips to the
    Florida High School Athletic
    Association Girls
    Weightlifting Finals.
    Leigh placed third in the
    154;pound class and was the
    Only lifter from Bradford,
    Keystone Heights or Union
    County to earn a medal
    (medals are awarded to the top
    six finishers in each class).
    Bradford coach Deac Story
    said Leigh is "one of the most
    dominant lifters I've ever had.
    She'll be missed."
    Leigh, who placed fifth at
    last year's state finals, had a
    bench press of 165 pounds and


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    Kelly Leigh

    a clean and jerk of 170 pounds
    for a 335-pound total. That put
    her behind St. Cloud's Sara


    Hansell and Spruce Creek's
    Ashley Fides, who each had a
    375-pound total.
    Leigh finished 20 pounds
    ahead of fourth-place lifter
    Chrstine Alberts of
    Springstead.
    Bradford's only other state
    qualifier almost captured a
    medal too. Samantha Schmidt,
    making her first appearance in
    the state finals, placed seventh
    in the 101-pound class.
    Story said it was a learning
    process for Schmidt, who was
    successful on just two of her
    six lift attempts.
    "Had Sam gone 6-for-6 or
    even 5-for-6 she probably
    would've gotten fifth place,"
    Story said.
    Schmidt had a 95-pound
    bench press and a l10-pound
    clean and jerk for a 205-pound
    total. That put her just ahead of
    Keystone Heights' Amanda


    Wood. another first-time lifter
    at the state finals. Wood placed
    eighth with a bench press of.
    100 pounds and a clean and
    jerk of 100 pounds for a 200-
    pound total.
    Spruce Creek's Heather
    Wolfe won the class with a
    255-pound total.
    The 169-pound class
    featured Keystone's Paige
    Cole and Union County's
    Hannah Tucker. Those
    lifters-both of whom
    qualified for the state finals for
    the first time-earned top-20
    finishes. Cole had a 135-pound
    bench press and a 125-pound
    clean and jerk for a 260-pound
    total, while Tucker had a 120-
    pound bench press and a 135-
    pound clean and jerk for a 255-
    pound total.
    New Smyrna Beach's
    Patrice Doemer won' the class
    with a 365-pound total.


    KH lifters cap regular season with win


    3 from BHS capture
    first-place finishes in
    3-team meet
    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    The Keystone Heights High
    School Invitational marked the


    first time in the history of the
    girls weightlifting program at
    KHHS that the team did not
    capture first place, but the
    Indians' undefeated mark in
    dual and tri-meets remained
    intact after the team closed out
    the regular season- with wins
    over Bradford and Ridgeview
    in a meet on Feb. 1.


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    Billy Brooks (left) and Casey Hines will represent
    Bradford High School in the wrestling state finals.



    2 from Bradford


    qualify for


    wrestling finals


    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    Bradford High School
    sophomores Billy Brooks and
    Casey Hines are moving on to
    the Florida High School
    Athletic Association Finals
    after their performances at the
    Region 1-Class A wrestling
    tournament Feb. 9-10 at
    Matanzas High School in Palm
    Coast.
    It is the first time since 2002
    that more than one wrestler
    from Bradford will compete, in
    the state finals, which will be
    held this week-Feb. 15-
    17-at the Lakeland Center.
    Bradford "coach Ian
    Summerville said Brooks
    (135-pound class) and Hines


    (215) both had "amazing"
    performances, especially
    Hines, who was a pleasant
    surprise. Hines earned a win
    with a third-period pin to
    capture third place.
    "Casey stepped it up big
    time," Summerville said.
    Brooks, en route to earning a
    fourth-place finish, had a
    semifinal win over the same
    wrestler he defeated for the
    District 2 championship. That
    district match was a 9-8 win
    for Brooks, while the regional
    matchup resulted in a 4-2 win.
    Bradford had another
    wrestler make it to the second
    day of competition-freshman
    Dylan White. He just missed
    See FINALS, p. 5C


    Fifteen lifters placed first or
    second to help the Indians
    compile 64 points, placing
    them ahead of Bradford with
    20 points and Ridgeview with
    13 points.
    First-place finishers for
    Keystone, and their totals,
    were: Amanda Paredes (110-
    pound class) 120-pound bench
    press, 90-pound clean and jerk,
    210-pound total; Ashley
    Poplin (.119) 115-105-220;
    Becca Rembert (129) 125-115-
    240; Paige Cole (169) 135-
    135-250; Beth Frampton (183)
    135-115-250; Julie. Myers
    (199) 145-135-280.
    Bradford had three lifters
    win their classes: Samantha
    Schmidt (101) 105-110-215,
    Jalisa Jones (139) 110-120-230
    and Kelly Leigh (154) 170-
    165-335.
    Keri Padgett of Bradford
    was runner-up in the 129-
    pound class with a 100-pound
    bench press and a 110-pound
    clean and jerk for a 210-pound
    total, while nine Keystone


    lifters were runners-up:
    Chelsea Chambers (101) 65-
    65-130, Autumn Strand (110)
    75-65-140, Chandler
    Singletary (119) 100-105-205,
    Lindsey Bailey (139)' 120-100-
    220, Rachel Huggins (154)
    140-115-255, Rachel Wells
    (169) 80-90-170, Kailee
    .Maynard (183) 105-75-180,
    Kaylee Fowler (199) 115-95-
    210 and Lyn Kramer
    (unlimited) 135-115-250.
    Ashlee Cirigliano and Sarah
    Bennett placed third for
    Keystone in the 154-pound and
    unlimited classes, respectively.
    Cirigliano had a 105-pound
    bench press and a I10-pound
    clean and jerk for a 215-pound
    total, while Bennett had. a 90-
    pound bench press and a 90-
    pound clean and jerk for a 180-
    pound total.
    Jaren Revels of Bradford
    placed fourth in the 129-pound
    class with a bench press of 80
    pounds and a clean and jerk of
    120 pounds for a 200-pound
    total.


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    Score by Quarter
    WHS: 15 8 14 14-51
    BHS: 11 13 7 6-37
    Bradford Scoring (37):
    Goodman 14, Griffin 7, Hill 9,
    Demetria Slocum 4, Smith 3. 3-
    pointers: Slocum. Free
    throws: 8-16.

    Earlier result:

    BHS earns 3-point
    win in quarterfinals
    Bradford trailed for most of
    the game, but closed things out
    with a 7-1 run, which included
    two key plays by Griffin, in a
    53-50 over visiting Bishop
    Kenny in a regional
    quarterfinal game on Feb. 8.
    Bishop Kenny had a chance
    to win the game on the final
    possession of the game, but
    Griffin stole the ball with four
    seconds left on the clock. She
    was fouled, then made both
    free-throw attempts to seal the
    victory. --
    Prior to that, several-players
    came up with key,play's.
    DemetriASlocum, the hero
    of the District 3 championship
    game, pushed the ball the
    length of the court after a
    blocked shot by Hill, scored
    and drew a foul. She made the


    subsequent free throw, which
    tied the game at 49-all with
    1:22 ,to play.
    Chasity Whitaker, who was
    forced into more playing time
    because of foul trouble,
    deflected a pass out of bounds
    on Bradford's end of the court
    as the Crusaders were trying to
    score with less than 30 seconds
    remaining. Bishop Kenny
    would eventually miss two
    straight field goal attempts,
    with Whitaker rebounding the
    second miss.
    Slocum and Whitaker also
    made key plays late in the
    second quarter.
    The Crusaders built a nine-
    point lead, but Bradford was
    able to go into the half down
    only four. Slocum made two
    baskets during an 8-3 run, and
    Whitaker converted on a foul-
    line jumper just before the end
    of the half
    Warren was also
    instrumental in the run with
    two blocked shots and two
    defensive rebounds.
    Hill and Slocum each scored
    15 points for the Tornadoes,
    while Griffin had 13 points.


    Score by Quarter
    BKHS: 14 15 12
    BHS: 12 13 12


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    13, Hill 15, Slocum 15, Smith 2,
    Warren 6, Whitaker 2. 3-
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    Feb.: ,li'i7


    Bradford High School senior Corian Garrison (seated, center) accepted a football
    scholarship offer from the University of South Florida. Garrison is seated between
    his grandmother, Shirley Walker (left), and his mother, JoAnn Walker. Standing
    (from left) are: Bradford head coach Chad Bankston, Garrison's cousin Yvonne
    Mitchell, Garrison's grandfather Otis Walker, Garrison's cousin Jessia Mitchell,
    Garrison's grandfather Willie Joe Walker and Bradford assistant coach Steve Hoard.


    Bradford's Garrison elects


    to stay close to home


    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    It came down to two Big


    East schools, with many
    probably believing that in the
    end, West Virginia would be
    the school where Bradford


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    High School senior football
    player Corian Garrison would
    go.
    However, Garrison chose to
    stay closer to home, signing a
    letter of intent to play for the
    University of South Florida in
    Tampa.
    "I liked both (schools),"
    Garrison said, "but it came
    down to what would be the
    best situation for me."
    The 6-4, 295-pound lineman
    believes that what is best for
    his family is what is best for
    him. He said he chose Florida
    because it will be easier for his
    mother, JoAnn Jackson, to
    travel to Tampa to watch him
    play as opposed to having to
    go to Morgantown, W. Va.
    How important that is to
    Garrison is demonstrated by
    the many opportunities that
    were in front of him. Schools
    such as Southern Miss and
    South Carolina were also
    wanting him.
    Then there was West
    Virginia, the school that had
    See GARRISON, p. 5C


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    .Bradford boys are district


    rinners-
    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    Bradford could not quite
    overcome a 3-point barrage in
    the first half by Santa Fe,
    losing 71-67 to the top seed
    Raiders, in the District 3-4A
    boys basketball championship
    game on Feb. 10 at Ridgeview
    High School in Orange Park.
    The Tornadoes (13-12) were
    able to make it a close game in
    the fourth quarter after trailing
    by as many as 19 points in the
    first half-a half in which the
    Raiders connected on eight 3-
    point attempts. However, they
    could never overtake Santa Fe,
    having to settle for being
    district runners-up. That puts
    Bradford on the road for the
    regional quarterfinals, where
    the Tornadoes will play
    Jacksonville Andrew Jackson
    (19-9) on Thursday, Feb. 15, at
    7 p.m.
    Santa Fe (17-10) will host
    Bishop Kenny (19-9) in a
    regional quarterfinal game.
    Bradford trailed by 14 points
    entering the 'fourth quarter
    before making a run at the
    Raiders. Marcus Wilson was a
    big part of that, scoring 13
    points, including two baskets
    that followed his own steals
    and two more baskets
    following offensive rebounds.
    The Tornadoes, who made
    nine 3-pointers in the district
    semifinal win over Ridgeview,
    struggled with their outside
    shooting. They had just one 3-
    pointer prior to the fourth
    quarter, but Wilson made
    during an 11-4 Bradford run
    that pulled the Tornadoes
    within seven points.
    Wilson later made it a
    seven-point game again when
    he scored on a layup following
    his own steal with 1:40 to play.
    Roderick DeSue then
    duplicated that feat, stealing
    the ball and scoring on a layup,
    making the score 67-62.
    The Tornadoes, however,
    could not get the baskets they
    needed to' complete the


    up in as
    coineba. They orily had one
    field goal after DeSue's layup
    before Markael Moore made a
    3-pointer at the buzzer.
    Wilson led all scorers with
    26 points, while Eugene Blye
    and Josh Blye added 14 and
    nine, respectively.
    If: Bradford wins its
    quarterfinal game against
    Jackson, it will either travel to
    Havana to play East Gadsden
    or host Pensacola Washington
    in the semifinals on Tuesday,
    Feb. 20, at 7 p.m.


    Score by Quarter
    BHS: 12 18
    SFHS: 22 21


    15 22-67
    16 12-71


    Bradford Scoring (67): E.
    Blye 14, J. Blye 9, Antwan
    Brown 2, DeSue 7, Trevares
    Fulse 2, Moore 7, Wilson 26. 3-
    pointers: DeSue, Moore,
    Wilson. Free throws: 10-19.

    Earlier results:


    ketbal


    BHS 63 Broncos 55
    To start their run to the
    district final, the Tli'nadoes
    first had to get In:ough a
    Middleburg team they had
    already defeated tw-ice this
    year.
    They did just that. handing
    the Broncos a 63-55 I,,s in the
    quarterfinals on Feb. 6.
    Four Bradford players
    scored in double ficires, and
    DeSue would have made it
    five if he had scored !wo more
    points that his eight-point total.
    Wilson led the way with 19
    points, followed by Eugene
    Blye and Josh Blye, ho.each
    had 12, and Leonardi Barnes.
    who had 10.


    Score by Quarter
    MHS: 12 13
    BHS: 18 15


    13 17-55
    12 18-63


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    quarterfinals

    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    It can be a challenge enough
    having to play your first
    regional playoff game on the
    road, but the Union County
    girls basketball team also had
    to face off against the state's
    top-ranked team in Class 3A.
    The result was an 80-26 loss
    to P.K. Yonge in a regional
    quarterfinal game in
    Gainesville on Feb. 8.
    Union ( 1-14) had its season
    put to an end by P.K. Yonge
    for the second year in a row.
    P.K. Yonge (24-3) moved on
    to the semifinals, where it
    played Ocala Trinity Catholic
    (21-8) this past Tuesday.
    The Tigers were coming off
    of an eight-point win over
    Keystone Heights and a two-
    point loss to Crescent City in
    the District .6 tournament, but
    their game with P.K. Yonge
    was never really close. Union
    did hold an early 6-5 lead, but
    the Blue Wave would go on to
    outscore the Tigers 55-10 the
    rest of the first half.
    P.K. Yonge made 35 field
    goals to the Tigers' 10. The
    Blue Wave also connected on
    seven 3-point attempts.
    Amber Franzluebbers led the
    Tigers with seven points.
    Score by Quarter
    UCHS: 8 8 2 8-26
    PKY: 34 26 12 8-80
    Union County Scoring (26):
    Kelly Bennett 2, Ashley
    Clemons 4, Bianca Clemons 2,
    Franzluebbers 7, Miranda Kent
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    Kent, Franzluebbers. Free
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    Keystone's Taylor chooses to play at West Texas A&M


    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Sta/] Writer
    He had quite a few schools
    interested in him, but in the
    end. Keystone Heights High
    School senior Jack Taylor
    went with the school that will
    give him the opportunity to
    remain at linebacker and, he
    hopes, the opportunity to play
    for a national championship.
    Taylor singed a letter of
    intent to play for West Texas
    A&M University, a Division II
    school in Canyon, Texas. The
    program is coming off of two
    straight Lone Star Conference
    championships and an 11-2
    season in which the team
    advanced to the second round
    of the playoffs.
    "It just seemed like a real
    quality place where I could go
    enjoy myself," Taylor said.
    "They're geared toward
    winning a national
    championship, which I believe
    they can do."
    Keystone head coach Chuck
    Dickinson said he was
    surprised Taylor picked West
    Texas when there were some


    schools closer to home that
    were interested in him.
    However, he cannot argue with
    the decision.
    "He said he fell in love with
    the program when he went
    there," Dickinson said. "He's
    got to go where his heart feels
    led to."
    Taylor took official visits to
    Wingate and the Naval
    Academy as well as to West
    Texas, while also receiving
    interest from the Air Force,
    Georgia -Southern, Lehigh and
    UMass, to name a few.
    Coaches at a lot of the
    interested schools wanted
    Taylor to move to defensive
    end, which he said he had no
    problem with. However, he is
    happy to be given the
    opportunity to stay at his
    natural position in the 3-4
    defense West Texas operates
    out of.
    "I was really excited about
    that," Taylor said. "I didn't
    really want to learn a new
    position."
    That, and the excitement
    surrounding the program-the


    Buffaloes have the highest
    average attendance in Division
    II-was enough to make
    Taylor commit on the spot
    when he was offered a full
    scholarship and put an end to
    the recruiting process.
    "It was a big relief," he said.
    "I was just ready to get it off
    my chest. It has been hectic the
    last few weeks and months."
    The fact that Taylor had
    several opportunities is a
    testament to the hard work he
    has put in to improving
    himself, Dickinson said. That
    includes working at the HIT
    (High Intensity Training)
    Center in J tcksonville two to
    three times a week-five days
    a week prior to last spring.
    "To me, that shows his
    commitment and work ethic to
    get better and try to be the best
    he can be," Dickinson said.
    Taylor brings more than a
    physical presence to the field,
    however. Dickinson said
    Taylor has an understanding of
    the game that really helped the
    Indians out the past two years.
    Taylor called the team's


    Keystone Heights High School senior Jack Taylor (seated, center) signs his letter of
    intent to play football at West Texas A&M University. Seated with Taylor are his
    parents, Mary and Jim Taylor. Standing (from left) are Keystone head coach Chuck
    Dickinson and Keystone assistant coach Wayne Geiger.


    defensive signals during those
    seasons.
    "He had to make
    adjustments in the game,"
    Dickinson said. "You have to
    be pretty smart to look at the


    formations people do. He did a
    good job with that."
    Now with recruiting behind
    him, Taylor said his priorities
    are to stay in shape and
    prepare himself to learn the


    defensive playbook of his new
    team-a team he believes is on
    the verge of something special.
    "I really fell in love with the-
    place." Taylor said. "I'm super,
    excited right now."


    Union County High School senior Austen Roberts (seated, center) gets some
    assistance from head football coach Buddy Nobles in signing his letter of intent to
    play at Valdosta State University. Seated with Roberts are his parents, Twyla and
    Avery Roberts.



    U union q u arte back Roberts


    settles on Valdosta State


    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    For Union County High
    School senior quarterback
    Austen Roberts, Valdosta State
    University is a lot like home.
    The Georgia college will
    soon become Roberts' home.
    He signed a letter-of-intent on
    National Signing Day (Feb. 7)
    to play football for the Blazers.
    "It's a great opportunity," he
    said.
    Roberts has been no stranger
    to Valdosta State. He said he
    has been attending camps there
    since he's been in high school.
    "It's a really nice place," he
    said. "I really like the campus
    and the people there."
    Attending those camps has
    given Roberts a chance to get
    to know the coaches and
    become familiar with the


    football program. What he has
    seen is a team that is very
    close. He said it makes for a
    family atmosphere, which
    really appeals to him.
    "It's a lot like where I'm
    from," Roberts said.
    Valdosta State's newest
    "family" member is not just a
    quarterback, but a leader as
    well, according to Union
    County head coach Buddy
    Nobles. Nobles said Roberts
    was a true leader by example,
    whether it was on the field or
    in the weight room. In fact,
    Roberts never missed a team
    workout during his four years
    at UCHS.
    "He worked hard for us,"
    Nobles said.
    Roberts got thrown into the
    fire early for the Tigers. He
    played on the varsity team as a
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    be honored at a 60th
    anniversary celebration,
    hosted by their children,
    grandchildren and great-
    grandchildren, on Saturday,
    Feb. 24, 2007, beginning at 2
    p.m.
    The celebration will take
    place in the fellowship hall of
    Bethel Baptist Church.
    Friends and family of-the
    couple are invited. No local
    invitations are being sent.
    The couple requests no gifts
    please.
    A country theme and casual
    dress will set the scene for the
    couple's trip down memory
    lane.



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    Shadds say

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    year in Jacksonville's Most
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    The fund-raiser is an annual
    event to benefit the Children's
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    Jacksonville and Wolfson
    Children's Hospital.
    The daughter of Jason and
    Shay Shadd of Raiford,
    Jordan won the competition
    for the Voter's Choice Award
    for Most Photogenic Baby of
    2007 and your support made
    it possible. Jordan raised
    $2,872 to benefit CMN.
    We would like to thank the
    companies, individuals and
    family members for
    supporting Jordan and the
    Children's Miracle Network.
    The children who need their
    services are the real winners.
    Shay and Jason Shadd

    Cub Scouts Pack 367 holds
    weekly meetings in Starke on for
    grades 1-5. For information,
    contact Richard Phinney at (904)
    964-2439.

    Bradford County Vietnam
    vets outpost meets every
    Tuesday.at 8 p.m. Vietnam
    veterans interested in attending
    should call Peter Kelsch at (352)
    468-3538.


    ROBERTS
    Continued from p. 4C

    That year saw the Tigers win
    two straight playoff games on
    the road en route to the state
    finals, where they finished as
    runners-up.
    "He did a lot of things that
    year as a freshman," Nobles
    said.
    Union County operated out
    of a Wing-T offense that year,
    which was also true of
    Roberts' sophomore and junior
    seasons.
    This past year, the Tigers
    went to more of a passing
    offense. Nobles said that
    should be a big benefit for
    Roberts, helping him be better
    prepared f'or playing
    quarterback at the next level.
    Roberts agreed, but said he
    knows his work is not done.
    "I still have a lot to learn,"


    BHS Class of

    1962 sets

    date for 45th

    reunion
    The Bradford High School
    Class of 1962 has. planned its
    45th reunion for Saturday,
    April 21. The event will be
    held at Iron-Wood Preserve
    Plantation in Live Oak.
    The cost of $25 per person
    can be mailed to Barbara
    Blankenship Reddish, 21340
    N.W. 74th Ave., Starke, FL
    32091. An account has been
    set up and checks should be
    made out to the "Class of
    1962."
    The following members of
    the class have not been located.
    If you have contact information
    for any of these individuals,
    please forward it to Sandra
    Shealy Messer, 13609 C.R.
    49, Live Oak, FL 32060, or
    e-mail slsmesser@alltell.net.
    Faye Alvarez Doer, Elaine
    Knowles Chilson, Nathan
    Beck, Marie Leach Green, Ward
    Bassette, Larry Linsin,
    Douglas Brantly, Harry Loper,
    Ronnie Cason, Beth Martin
    Parr, Tommy Cason, Jo Ann
    Mobley Dotson, Virginia
    Coleman Chambers, Percy
    Moody, Roger Dixon, Billy
    Moody, Romesa Dodd, Bernie
    McGee, Mike Flynn, Lucinda
    Nettles Johnson, Mike Poster,
    Carolyn Pellum Dowling,
    Butch Fox, Jackie Pisano,
    Sylvia Glisson Potts, Denny'
    Ramos, Charles Griffis, Mary
    Ann Reynolds Green, Lawrence
    Griffis, Mary Schmitt Miller,
    Peggy Henderson Evans, Judy
    Simmons Prevatt, Faith
    Hodges Murphy, Gloria Smith
    Williams, Betty Hollis Rowe,
    Robert Starling, Cindi
    Hubbard, David Sunderland,
    Lyman Hunter, Terry Terrell,
    G.W. Johnson, Eugene
    Underhill, Carolyn Jones
    Conklin, Carolyn Wainwright
    Christian, Lenox Kelly and
    Ivan Williamson.


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    is .Feb.. 24


    Would your child like to
    show off their favorite pet?
    Come join the 4-H County
    Council at the annual pet show
    on'Safrrday.,' Feb. 24, in the
    ... livestock arena at the Bradford&
    fairgrounds.
    Registration begins at 8:30
    a.m. and the show will begin at
    9 a.m.
    Animals eligible for the
    show include cats, dogs,
    rabbits, goats, and other small
    pets. No livestock or large
    animals are allowed.
    The pet show is open to
    anyone ages 5-18. Awards and
    recognition will be given to
    each competitor.
    For more information,
    please contact the Bradford
    Extension Office at (904) 966-
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    Jefferson and

    Smith to wed

    Feb. 24
    Sylvia Jefferson of Starke
    announces the upcoming
    marriage of her daughter, Maria
    Jefferson, to Anhony Smith,
    Sson of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
    Smith of Hyattsville, Md.
    The bride-elect is also the
    daughter of the late William
    Jefferson Sr.
    The wedding is planned for
    Saturday, Feb. 24, 2007, at 2
    p.m., at Camp Blanding
    Chapel. A reception will
    follow at the Camp Blanding
    Armory.
    Family and friends are
    invited.


    * e said,. adding that he is
    planning on redshirting his
    first year.
    However, Nobles seems
    certain that Roberts will make
    the adjustment from high
    school to college. Nobles said
    Roberts is like a sponge, able
    to absorb everything he is
    taught.
    "I don't think there's any
    doubt (he will be a success),"
    Nobles said.
    Roberts acknowledged he
    has received a great
    Opportunity and sounded like
    he was ready to get started.
    "I'm really excited," he said.

    Reach to Recovery, a
    per onal visitation program for
    women diagnosed with breast
    cancer, is available upon request.
    Volunteer visitors who are breast
    cancer survivors are available
    before and after breast surgery to
    provide information and support.
    Call (904) 758-3074 or (352)
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    Ashton Gregory Griffis

    Ashton Griffis
    Greg "Bubba" and
    Catherine Griffis of Raiford
    announce the birth of their
    son. Ashton Gregory Griffis
    on Feb. 2, 2007, in Orange
    Park. Ashton weighed 7
    pounds, 2 ounces, and
    measured 19.5 inches in
    length.
    Ashton joins two siblings,
    Tanner, 5, and Taylor, 10.
    Maternal grandparents are
    Mollie and Donald Vickery of
    Starke. Maternal great-
    grandparents are Lucille and
    Edwin Vickery of Starke.
    Paternal grandparents are
    Marcia Rhoden and Bryan
    Erwin of Lulu, and Greg
    Griffis of Raiford. Paternal
    great-grandparents are Ernest
    Anderson and the late Betty
    Jo Anderson of Glen St.
    Mary, Carolyn Griffis of
    Raiford and J.D. Griffis of
    Raiford.


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    yard sale
    New River Volunteer Fire
    Department will have a benefit
    yard sale on Saturday, Feb. 17,
    from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., in
    the parking lot next to
    Community State Bank, across
    from McDonald's.
    The public is invited.
    Adults are needed to work
    with Girl Scouts of all
    ages in Bradford and Union
    counties. Contact Carolyn
    Eaves, (904) 964-5812, or Laurie
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    GARRISON
    Continued from p. 3C

    been in contact with Garrison
    the longest and the one that
    gave him his first scholarship
    offer. A couple of days prior to
    National Signing Day, every
    coach on the West Virginia
    staff called Garrison, hoping
    he would pick their school.
    He also had interest shown
    in him by Florida and FSU,
    which would have put him
    close to home, too, but another
    factor for him besides close
    proximity to home was the
    opportunity to remain a
    defensive lineman. Bradford
    assistant coach Steve
    Hoard-Garrison's position
    coach-said Florida and FSU
    wanted him to play. on the
    offensive line.
    "He could've gone just
    about anywhere he wanted,"
    Hoard said, "but he wanted to
    be close to home and he
    wanted to play defense."
    Being able to play close to
    home and remain on the


    DISTRICT
    Continued from p. 3C

    Bradford Scoring (63):
    Barnes 10, E. Blye 12, J. Blye
    12, Brown 2, DeSue 8, Wilson
    19. 3-pointers: DeSue.

    BHS 73 Panthers 67
    Bradford rallied from a 13-
    point deficit after three
    quarters, defeating the



    FINALS
    Continued from p. 2C

    out on qualifying for the state
    finals, losing in the semifinals
    of wrestlebacks to finish fifth
    in the 130-pound class.
    The success of those three
    .wrestlers, coupled with the
    facts that the team will lose
    just two seniors (Max Ennis
    and Mark Wininger) this year,
    has Summerville excited about
    the future of the program.
    "In two years we hope to
    make a run at the'district team
    championship," Summerville
    said.
    A:


    defensive side of the ball were
    not the only things that made
    South Florida attractive.
    Garrison said he liked head
    coach Jim Leavitt, who he
    described as "down to earth,"
    and he formed a bond with his
    host on his campus
    visit-defensive end George
    Selvie, who will be a junior.
    "I just felt a part of
    something down there,"
    Garrison said.
    Hoard said he would like to
    see Garrison redshirt during
    his first year at South Florida,
    just to give the player an
    opportunity to study and learn
    South Florida's defensive
    scheme. Garrison already has
    the physical tools necessary to
    play right away, Hoard said.
    Bradford head coach Chad
    Bankston agreed, citing
    Garrison's footwork as a 295-
    pound lineman as his biggest
    attribute.
    "He's really quick on his
    feet," Bankston said, adding
    that he thinks Garrison is
    quicker now than he was
    before having knee surgery
    during his junior year.


    host--and second
    seed-Ridgeview Panthers 73-
    67 in the semifinals of the
    District 3 tournament.
    .The Tornadoes, which
    ofitscored Ridgeview 21-10 in.
    the final period, made nine 3-
    pointers to help their cause,
    with Trevares Fulse leading
    the way with four baskets from
    long range.
    Fulse finished with 14
    points, one of four Bradford
    players to score in double
    figures. Eugene Blye and
    Wilson were the top scorers
    with 19 and 18 points,


    Bankstoh seemed to have
    little doubt that Garrison
    would make a successful
    transition to playing on the
    collegiate level.
    "The potential is there, there
    is no question," Bankston said.
    "His upside is real positive.
    He's going to get better every
    year."
    Garrison admitted the sky is
    the limit for him as long as he
    pushes himself to the limit.
    However, you won't find him
    taking the credit for what he
    can do on the field.
    "I'm glad that God gave me
    the opportunity to go to the
    next level," he said.
    Now that he's made his
    decision, Garrison's life can
    return to a bit of normalcy.
    "I don't have to worry about
    the phone calls every day," he
    said. "I enjoyed the whole
    recruiting process, but I'm
    glad that it's come to an end."

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    respectively, while Josh Blye
    added 10 points.
    Wilson added five rebounds
    and five blocked shots to his
    stats, while Eugene Blye had
    eight assists.


    Score by Quarter
    BHS: 20 13 14
    RHS: 14 24 22


    21-73
    10-67


    Bradford Scoring (67):
    Barnes 7, E. Blye 19, J. Blye
    10, Brown 2, Fulse 14, Wilson
    18. 3-pointers: E. Blye 2,
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    including stroke, are our
    nation's number-one killer. To
    urge Americans to join the
    battle against these diseases,
    Congress, since 1963, has
    required the president to
    proclaim February "American
    Heart Month."
    Heart disease affects men
    and women of every age and
    race. During American Heart
    Month, all Americans are
    encouraged to join the fight
    against heart disease and to
    learn more about how to
    prevent it. Americans are also
    urged to learn more about
    heart health and to reduce their
    risk factors for serious heart
    conditions. By making healthy
    choices, they can live longer
    and better lives.
    Some simple tips can help
    keep your heart happy and
    healthy:
    *Get plenty of exercise.
    Thirty minutes of moderate
    exercise a day is a good rule of
    thumb, but you can challenge
    yourself with 15 to 20 minutes
    of more intense activity 3 days
    a week. Remember, exercise
    should be fun. Do things you


    enjoy and you'll be more
    likely to.stickwith it.
    *Eat a variety of fobdds A-
    healthy diet includes grain
    products, vegetables, fruits,
    low-fat milk products, lean
    meats, fish, poultry and dry
    beans. Choose fewer foods that
    are high in fat or sugar. Avoid
    foods high in cholesterol, since
    they can clog your arteries and
    make it harder for your heart to
    pump blood through them.
    *Don't smoke. Besides
    harming your heart, smoking
    can lead to cancer, a weakened
    immune system, emphysema
    and a lot of other problems.
    *Avoid alcohol. Drinking
    alcohol could cause your blood
    pressure to rise, increase your
    heart rate and cause your heart
    to beat abnormally.
    *Take some action this
    month to be aware of your
    heart health. Have your blood
    pressure checked even if you
    feel fine. Also try having a
    blood test for cholesterol and
    lipids. When you visit your
    doctor, try talking with him or
    her about heart disease and
    your personal risk.
    *Do at least one thing this


    month to decrease your risk,
    like going for a walk or
    reducing your daily sugar
    intake by cutting a:soft-drink-
    per day. Try checking out local
    classes for nutrition, exercise
    and stopping smoking. If you
    find it tough to strike out on
    these adventures alone, look to
    friends and family for support.
    Encourage them to make a
    healthy life change by gaining
    their support for your own
    lifestyle changes.
    Taking care of your heart is
    like taking care of the motor in
    your car. You can change the
    tires, wash the outside and
    even replace parts, but without
    the motor, it just won't run.
    Think of your heart as your life
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    going anywhere.
    So take action this month to
    keep your life force running
    and obtain a healthy heart. For
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    Mistakes hurt Keystone boys in district semifinals


    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    Turnovers.
    They came' in all forms for
    the Keystone Heights boys
    basketball team in the third
    quarter-bad passes, offensive
    fouls and traveling
    violations-and the Indians
    could never quite recover,
    losing 50-47 to host Crescent
    City in the semifinals of the
    District 6-3A tournament on
    Feb. 9.
    The Raiders (11-15), who
    went on to lose to Interlachen
    in the district championship


    BY CLIFF SMELLEY
    Telegraph Staff Writer
    An early back-and-forth
    battle became an uphill climb
    for the Union County boys
    basketball team, which could
    not recover from a 14-0 run by
    top seed Interlachen in the
    second quarter, losing 72-60 in
    the semifinals of the District 6-
    3A tournament on Feb. 9 at
    Crescent City High School.
    The Tigers (6-21) led by two
    points after the first quarter
    and led 24-22 after Frankie
    Caldwell grabbed an offensive
    rebound and scored over
    Interlachen center Adam
    Branch.
    Caldwell later made a free
    throw that put the Tigers up
    25-24. After that, the quarter
    was all Interlachen.
    The Tigers missed their next
    six shot attempts and turned
    the ball over five times.
    Interlachen's Bradley Davis,
    however, scored seven points
    to help the Rams go into the
    half up 38-25.
    The Tigers were able to cut
    the Rams' lead to eight when
    Ted Young scored eight
    straight points late in the
    fourth quarter, but that's as
    close as Union would get.
    Young and Clyde Barringer,
    who scored 16 and 14 points,
    respectively, helped the Tigers
    get off to a good start.
    Barringeri droe the bjelihe to
    record Unin'? ifrst ba-ket of
    the game, then later scored on
    an easy layup after beating the
    Interlachen defense down the
    floor.
    Young hit two 3-pointers
    late in the quarter to give the
    Tigers an 18-16 lead. He then
    came up with a steal, but
    missed a 3-point attempt at the
    -buzzer that would've sent the
    Tigers into the second quarter
    up by five.
    Barringer and Sampson


    game, will now travel to
    Gainesville to play P.K. Yonge
    (24-3) in a regional
    quarterfinal game tonight. Feb.
    15, at 7 p.m.
    Keystone (13-11) had its
    chances to advance to the
    district final and earn its first
    regional playoff berth since
    1999, but the Indians could not
    rebound from a third quarter in
    which they made just two field
    goals.
    The Indians led by three at
    the half, thanks to six second-
    quarter points from Matt
    Snowberger, but were
    outscored 16-5 in the third


    Jackson each had a basket
    early in the second quarter
    prior to Caldwell's rebound
    putback, which was the Tigers'
    last field goal of the half.
    Caldwell finished the game
    with 11 points, while Justin
    Griffin was the team's second-
    highest scorer with 15 points.
    Interlachen, which got a
    game-high 28 points from
    Branch, would go on to defeat
    Crescent City on Feb. 10 to
    win the District 6
    championship. The Rams (14-
    11) host Newberry (18-8) in a
    regional quarterfinal game
    tonight, Feb. 15.


    Score by Quarter
    UCHS: 18 7
    IHS: 16 22


    quarter. Keystone did not .get
    many looks at the basket,
    turning the ball over more than
    10 times.
    Greg Taylor, who was able
    to play despite injuring his
    knee in Keystone's
    quarterfinal game against
    Pierson Taylor, helped
    Keystone chip away at the lead
    in the fourth quarter. !He was
    able to score following two
    offensive rebounds, the second
    of which pulled Keystone
    within 38-34. Later in the
    quarter, Taylor hit two
    technical free throws that made
    it a two-point game with 3:41
    to play.
    Overall, though, their Indians
    did not help themselves at the
    foul line. They made 8-of-17
    free throws in the final period,
    compared to the Raiders' I 1-
    of-14 performance in the last
    three minutes of the game. The
    .Raiders made six straight after
    Taylor made it a two-point
    game.
    Still, Keystone was able to
    make it a one-point game
    when Matt Semione made a-3-


    pointer, then scored following
    a Crescent City turnover..
    It remained a one-point
    game when Taylor made two
    free throws with one minute
    remaining, but the Indians
    could not overtake the Raiders.
    They got just one field goal the
    rest of the way, while Crescent
    'City made 4-of-6 free throws.
    Taylor and Semione, the
    team's top two scorers with 16
    and 12 points, respectively,
    helped the Indians get off to a
    good start. They combined for
    nine points during a 9-2 run to
    open the game.
    Tyler Brunink scored seven
    points in the second half to
    finish with 10.


    Score by Quarter
    KHHS: 10 13 5
    CCHS: 6 14 16


    19-47
    14-50


    Keystone Scoring (47):
    Brunink 10, Richie Rudd 1,
    Wes Rund 1, Semione 12,
    Snowberger 7, Taylor 16. 3-
    pointers: Semione 2. Free
    throws: 15-30.

    Earlier result:

    KH 65 P. Taylor 39
    The Indians put Pierson
    Taylor away in the second
    half, outscoring the Wildcats
    37-15 en route to a 65-39 win
    in the District 6 quarterfinals
    on Feb. 6.
    Brunink and Daniel Courson
    scored 18 and 16 points,
    respectively, and each player
    grabbed nine rebounds to lead
    the team.


    Score by Quarter
    THS: 14 10 6
    KHHS: 10 18 19


    9-39
    18-65


    Keystone Scoring (65):
    Brokas 3, Brunink 18,
    Buchanan 4, Campbell 1,
    Courson 16, Rudd 2, Rund 7,
    Semione 2, Snowberger 6,
    Taylor 5. 3-pointers: Brokas,
    Rund. Free throws: 10-18.

    The Bradford County
    Domestic Violence Task
    Force meets the second
    Wednesday of each month at
    11:30 a.m. at Western Steer
    Steakhouse on US-301 in Starkc.
    All citizens interested in this
    important issue are invited.
    Lunch is available. For
    information, call Nancy Alvarez,
    (904) 964-1515.
    Free blood pressure
    checks are offered every
    Thursday from 2:30-3:30 p.m. at
    the Senior Health Care Center at
    Starke. Call Rebecca, (904) 964-
    3444, for information.


    16 19-60
    17 17-72


    Union Scoring (60): Barringer
    14, Caldwell 11, Griffin 15,
    Jackson 4, Young 16. 3,-
    pointers: Young 4. Free
    throws: 6-10.














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    Gainesville. Free list of
    available homes
    Hyperlink "http://
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    ACRES OF LAND. 1583
    sqf,, $130,000. Call Jen-
    nifer at 904-588-6433.
    2 MH ON 5+ ACRES BOTH
    3BR/2BA good income
    $1350 monthly small
    barn, large covered
    porch, fenced. Homes are
    separate. 315C Keystone
    area, near McCrae
    school $99,500 OBO
    386-864-7131. Seller will
    pay closing costs.
    49
    Mobile Homes
    for Sale
    3/2 MOBILE HOME ON
    CR791, Lake Butler. Cor-
    ner lot, hard road front-
    age, fruit trees and pe-
    cans. 2.8 acres,
    $119,900. Call 386-496-
    3261.


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    N~W IS THE TIME TO
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    Homes 2007 models sold
    for thousand'sless Drive
    a little, save a lot.
    Yarborough Mobile
    Homes, 904-259-1100
    MUST SELL NEW
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    2006 2/2. Was $47,900,
    onw $40.900. Call Larry
    at 904-259-8028.
    BRING YOUR BEST DEAL
    on any size fleetwood
    mobile home to
    Yarborough: Mobile
    Homes We'll meet or
    beat their deals
    Macclenny, 904-259-
    8028.
    NO HASSELS WHY
    SHOULD BUYING A
    HOME BE DIFFICULT?
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    Homes, we make it easy.
    Come see the exciting
    selection of Fleetwood
    Homes. Your low price
    leaders. Locally owned
    and operated since
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    SINGLEWIDE AND
    DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
    HOMES. You move, not
    a dealer., Call 352-281-
    7745. I
    0 DOWN TO DISASTER
    VICTIMS on new mobile
    homes. Call Manager
    Mike at Westgate Mobile
    Homes, 352-378-2453.
    WESTGATE MOBILE
    HOMES has heavily dis-
    Scounted models ready to
    ship for disaster victims.


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    352-378-2453, ask for
    Manager Mike.
    BRAND NEW NEVER
    TITLED 4/2 for $43,995
    Includes set-up with A/C.
    Call Matt at 386-867-
    3347
    DON'T MAKE THE $10,000
    MISTAKE. We will beat
    anyone's prices on a mo-
    bile home. Westgate
    Homes in Gainesville.
    Volume is our game. Ask
    for Manager Mike, 352-
    378-2453.
    BIG FAMILY SPECIAL 3/
    2 DOUBLEWIDE as low
    as $399/mth. Low down
    payment. Call Manager
    Mike at Westgate in
    Gainesville, 352-378-
    2453.
    SAVE THOUSANDS IN
    CLOSING COSTS. Mo-
    bile home only financing
    available at Westgate
    Homes. Parks or private
    land. Call Manager Mike
    at 352-378-2453.
    TRADE INS WANTED- NO
    CASH NEEDED. Up-


    grade your housing. Call
    Westgate, ask for Man-
    ager Mike, 352-378
    2453.
    I WILL SACRIFICE MY
    NEW 14X70 FOR
    $23.995 All warranties
    transferable I will even
    drop it on!your property
    Call Matt'at 386-867'
    3347.
    MY 32X80 WON'T FIT ON
    PROPERTY and must
    sell quickly It has living
    room, den and bonus
    room. 4/3, still under war-
    ranty, only asking
    $60,000. A/C included,
    but you must move. Call
    386-867-3347.
    NEVER LIVED IN 28X44
    FLEETWOOD FOR
    $36.995 I will move and
    set-up and hook-up A/C.
    Call 386-867-3347.
    GENE. JIM & ROY'S IN
    GAINESVILLE has a lim-
    ited number of Homes of
    Merit repo's. Call to re-
    serve (model #lc0016 and
    1c0014 forest manor).


    T.H.E. Apartments

    922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

    Newly Remodeled
    2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

    Rent i.s Ilsed o Ilncolli
    Walter, Solt'r
    O(n-Site ILauindry FIacilit' & Play Areass
    Office Open: MNonday Fridliay 8:11 to) 4;30 p.m.
    Call (904) 964-7133 <
    Voice TTY Access -900-545-1833. Ext 381


    OPEN 24/7
    owner: Buddy Browder


    S19563 NW SR 16
    Starkc. FL


    THE SPRATLEY TEAM
    REALTORS

    Over 50 Years Of Real Es'ate And
    Mortgage Experience

    Office: (904) 215-6001
    Cell: (904) 614-3871
    Fax: -(-904) 215-4(0112 .
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    Enploymnt opportunities vailale.
    Employment opportunities available.


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    "We Specialize in Dangerous Trees"
    NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL
    Licensed & Insured Residential & Commercial

    For the Best Prices & Job for ALL your tree care needs contact

    Albert at 386-867-0214 or Keith at 352-224-8652


    Call 352-373-6684. ask
    for Matt V.
    I MUST SELL BRAND NEW
    NEVER TITLED 32 wide
    for $42,500. I,will set-up
    for that. Call 386-867-
    3331, leave message.
    WILL SACRIFICE
    OWNER' TRF --
    FEFIRED' PAC, TO'
    MICHIGAN. 4/2,
    $49,995. For info, call Mr.
    Walker at 352-335-9351.
    OWNER MUST SELL 3/2
    FOR $39,995. Excellent
    condition, call Dave at
    352-208-3710.
    WILL OWNER FINANCE
    MY 3/2 2007
    FLEETWOOD 16x80.
    Must see. For' info, call
    352-208-0561.
    28 WIDE 4/2 FOR $45,000.
    Includes set-up. Call
    Marion at 386-366-5490.
    0 DOWN TO LAND OWN-
    ERS on new mobile
    homes. Call Marion at
    386-366-5490.
    16X80 FLEETWOOD 3/2,
    OWNER FINANCE avail-
    able, Call MarIon at 386-
    366-5490.


    BRAND NEW FLEET-
    WOOD 28X60. 1483sq
    ft. Limited time only. 4/2,
    only $48,995. Includes
    set-up, delivery, A/C,
    skirting and steps. Call
    Doyle at 386-867-1772.
    BRAND NEW HOMES OF
    MERIT Discounted by
    $8,000. 2007, brand new,
    already built. 28x60. only
    $59,995. 1483 sq ft, with
    set-up and delivery, A/C,
    skirting and steps. Only
    one left Call Doyle at
    386-867-1772.
    28X44 BRAND NEW
    FLEETWOOD No. 1
    price leading home on the
    market. Only $38,995
    with set-up and delivery.
    Call now, Doyle at 386-
    867-1772
    28X80 4/2, 2001 SQ FT,
    $63.995. Brand new
    2007 Fleetwood. Limited
    time only. Includes set-
    up and delivery. Call now,
    Doyle, 386-867-1772.
    16X70 2/2 PRE-OWNED
    HOME IN MINT CONDI-
    TION. Only $19,995 with
    set-up and delivery. Call
    Doyle at 386-867-1772.


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    50
    For Rent
    HOMES AND APART-
    MENTS $300 $1.200/
    MTH Call Susan at 352-
    745-1121, owner/agent.
    GREAT MOVE-IN SPE-
    CIALS Washington
    Square Apartments. 6010
    SE 211th St, Hawthorne.
    We have rental assis-
    tance. Call for details,
    352-481-9388. Monday,
    Wednesday, Thursaay
    and Friday, 8am-12pm
    and lpm-5pm.
    FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
    RENT! COMPLETE with
    CH/A, cable provided, all
    utilities paid Central loca-
    lion. 10% discount on first
    months rent for senior citi-
    zens. Rooms with private
    bath, $110 $130. /wk
    Room without bath, $95.
    Laundry facilities avail-
    able. Close to churches,
    stores, downtown shop-
    ping, theatre, and more!
    See Manager at the Mag-
    nolia Hotel, across from
    the Starke Post Office.
    904-964-4303.


    Sheila Daugherty
    Realtor


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    Commercial Residential
    Lot Acreage
    1/2 ac. 49.87 ac.
    Adjacent to Wooded
    Courthouse Fronts CR
    Georgia St. 18 &SE
    49th Ave.


    Residential
    Acreage
    3.73 ac.
    Wooded
    SE 49th
    Avenue


    Residential
    Acreage
    6.08 ac.
    Wooded
    County Rd
    18


    2.5 ac 4/3 DWMH, 3/2 Frame 7.79 acres
    Cleared 6.5 AC+, "House of
    Ready for fencing, 1276 sq. ft.
    your home pool. 8x12 Great e
    or MH walk-in Starter orae
    r MHSt cooler. Investment avail. NW
    NW180th St. Giffis Loo Lafayette St. C.R. 235
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    Keystone Heights.
    \nc\dn09 $174,900
    \ond Financing available with only $2,995 down wac.


    1,134 sq ft. home, 3BR/2BA, brand new home on 1/3 acre
    lot in Keystone Heights. Open floor plan. Blinds throughout.
    \nc\~uin $124,900
    \ond\ Financing available with only $1,995 down wac.
    We may be able to finance folks with no credit, slow
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    Jesse Gathright
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    Exclusive agents for
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    MH. clean, close to
    prison Call 352.468-
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    SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
    StarkeApts. 2 BR HC &
    non HC apartments Cen-
    tral ac/heat, on site laun
    dry. playground, private
    and quiet atmosphere.
    Located on SR16. 1001
    Southern Villas Drive.
    Starke. Fl or call 904-964-
    7295, TDD/TTY 711
    Equal Housing Opportu-
    nity
    SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
    homes, newly renovated.
    Deposit required No
    pets First month free.
    Call 678-438-6828 or
    678-438-2865, for more
    information.
    BRAND NEW 3/2 SITE
    BUILT HOME 1/3 acre.
    Keystone Heights area.
    secluded, $795/mth plus
    deposit. Call 352-473-
    2185.
    2/1 MOBILE HOME ON 1/3
    ACRE. $325/mth plus
    $200/dep. Pets OK. Call
    352-473-2185.
    FOR RENT: 14x65 mobile
    home. 2BR/2BA. CH/A,
    fireplace, $625/mth. Ase-
    curity deposit plus first
    and last months rent is
    required. Call 904-964-
    8431 or 352-745-1189.
    NICE CLEAN 2/1 MOBILE
    HOME FOR RENT.
    $500/mth, no pets. Call
    904-964-3595.
    LAKE HOME (KEYSTONE
    HEIGHTS) 2/1, like new.
    $600 plus utilities. One
    month deposit required.
    No smoking. Call 352-
    473-7770 or 352-213-
    1326.
    2/1 HOUSE FOR RENT.
    First and last required,
    $500/mth. Call 904-964-
    7404.
    3BR/2BA MH ON 1 ACRE
    close to Keystone, quiet
    neighborhood, no pets,
    $550 plus deposit. Call
    352-475-9346.


    38Ri2BA DOUBLEWIDE
    on 4 acres. small barn.
    large covered porch.
    fenced 315C Keystone
    area. near McCrae
    school. $750 per month.
    will consider work for rent
    Call 386-338-4661
    2/2 WITH CARPORT. CH/
    A. nice location, country
    sertinq 3 miles from Key-
    stone Heights in Bradford
    County $650/mth plus
    security deposit. Call
    352 473 7?08 or 352-
    745-6074.
    2/2 LAKE HOUSE IN
    SAMPSON CITY With
    washer/dryer, dock.
    $900/mth with $600/dep
    Call 904-964-6841.
    THIS 2/2 HAS ALL THE
    COMFORT YOU'LL
    NEED Vaulted ceilings,
    fireplace. oak kitchen
    cabinets, huge deck with
    gorgeous lake view (not
    on a lake), private park-
    ing and more. Keystone
    Heights. (No smoking or
    pets. $720/mth. $720/sec
    deposit. Call Jodi, 352-
    473-1025.

    52
    Animals & Pets
    DOG FOR SALE -CHOCO-
    LATE RED NOSE PIT.
    Male, 10 wks old, shots
    up to date. $250. Call
    352-235-1610.
    TWO COCKATIELS -
    MALE AND FEMALE for
    sale, $20. Call Bill at 904-
    964-7915.
    PIGS BREEDER/SHOW
    long & muscular, approx
    150 Ibs, $125 each. Call
    386-496-1828 after 5pm
    or 407-948-6421.
    CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES -
    Valentine week special.
    Vet papers. From $250
    to $285. Cash only, other
    breeds also, more soon.
    Call 904-364-7152.
    FREE TO LOVING HOME
    4YR OLD GOLDEN
    RETRIEVER. Female,


    spayed Also. Relriever/
    Sheppard mix. male
    Both rabies vaccinated,
    Call 904-521-9530 Will
    bring to your home
    PITBULL PUPPIES FOR
    SALE One boy. $400
    and one girl, $300 Just
    8 weeks old Bred to be
    large, you gotta see Ileir
    daddy Call 352 317-
    8609
    53A
    Yard Sales
    YARD SALE Friday & Sat
    Feb 16th & 17th 8am til
    1pm. 9284 NW CR 225
    16W to CR225. turn left
    by Northside 'Baptist
    Church. go 1 5 miles, 1st
    brick house on left, past
    Water Oak Creek bridge
    MOVING SALE Every-
    thing must go. Sat & Sun,
    8am-? 521 Pratt Street.
    Couth, love seat, power
    tools, dining room table.
    TV. bed & dresser
    YARD SALE WE'RE MOV-
    ING Lots to get rid of
    Friday and Saturday,
    8am-? Furniture. A/C
    units, floral, etc. 1937 NE
    SR16, look for signs.
    GARAGE SALE Hospital
    b6d. mens clothing, com-
    puter desk, bric & brac,
    and lots of misc. 209 St.
    Clair St. Sat 8am-6pm.
    DON'T MISS THIS SALE -
    Lots of men and women's
    clothes, Seminole.and
    Gator items, big variety.
    Too much to list. Friday
    and Saturday. 9am-? 301
    South, 6 miles. Hampton
    Oaks, follow signs.
    ESTATE SALE ONE DAY
    ONLY. Sunday, 9am to
    3pm. 6289 SW CR241,
    1 mile north of CR18 at
    241. Large and small
    items.
    MULTI FAMILY YARD.
    SALE February 16th
    and 17th, 8am-? From
    Lawtey. 301, 1 mile west
    on 225 to NW 27th Ave.
    follow signs. Furniture,
    clothes and lots of misc.


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    Slabs Footings

    *Decorative Concrete
    Coaling in manny colors
    *,Pumping & Finishing
    FREE ESTIMATES
    Bus: (904).964-3827
    Mobile: (904) 364-7153


    Keystone Hauling &


    GARAGE AND MOVING
    SALE Friday and Satur-
    day, 9am. Located at
    1366 Blanding St in
    Starke. There will be vai-
    ous household items in-
    clyding furniture. A re-
    clIner, table and chairs, a
    Futon couch, Harvard
    bed frame, a dresser and
    headboard, 2 televisions.
    electronic drums, a set of
    Saxon Home School
    books and workbooks,
    camping and backpack-
    ing supplies, gun lack,
    tools and numerous cloth-
    inq items
    FREL WEIGHTS'GOLF
    CLUBS, big and tall
    clothes, household items.
    1073 Eastwood Dr.
    Starke Saturday, 8am-
    1prm.
    53B
    Keystone
    Yard Sales
    TRIEST AVE. OFF COM-
    MERCIAL CIRCLE Multi
    family yard sale. Misc
    regular household items
    Saturday, 7am-?
    BIG YARD SALE Fri & Sat,
    Feb 16 17.6862 Belord
    Lake Road, 8am til 4pr.
    Immokalee Road off
    SR21 to Bedford Lake
    Road. Household items,
    antiques, collectables,
    bricabrac, books
    55
    Wanted
    I'BUY COIN collections:
    Morgan & Peace silver
    dollars, silver quarters &
    dimes, Buffalo nickels.
    Indian head pennies, gold
    coins, proof & mint sets.
    etc. Call 904-964-3321'
    LOOKING TO -BUY
    PLANTED PINE TREES,


    Slash, loblolly. long leaf.
    3-5 years old. 10-16 feel
    tall We pay top dollar,
    references available Call
    352-494-6653
    57
    For Sale
    PLANTS AND TREES
    SALE Various fruit trees.
    peaches, apples, pears.
    plums, pecans and more.
    Call 904-966-1229.
    KENMORE WASHER and
    dryer, new type $100 and
    up each, electric stove,
    written guarantee, deliv-
    ery available. For ap-
    pointments, call 904-964-
    8801.
    ONE REFRIGERATOR,
    ONE UPRIGHT
    FREEZER $65 each or
    both for $120 Call 904-
    964-6516
    BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
    mattress and boxspring
    with manufactures war-
    ranty Brand new still in
    plastic Can deliver Sell -
    foi $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 Retail $6100, sac-
    rifice for $1100. 352-377
    9846.
    DINING ROOM SUITE-
    beautiful cherry table. 6
    chippendale chairs and
    lighted hutch and buffet.
    Brand 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-
    tory, 441 East Brownlee
    St. Save a lot. Cash and
    carry. Call Sonia at 352-
    473-7173 or 904-964-
    3888.
    BED-QUEEN orthopedic
    Pillowtop mattress and
    box. Name brand, new in
    plastic, with warranty.
    Can deliver. Sacrifice
    $100. Call 352-372-8588.


    Small or Large Parcels
    With or Without
    Homes

    Call Glen lourcey
    352-485-1818
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    M LS#323638.


    2007 Winter Clearance Sale!


    Timberwood series A
    Model 4483T
    3 Bedrooms 2 Baths "- MI
    1,260 sqare feet pL,5tF 71OOD


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    (904) 782-3332


    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
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    LAKNE CITY
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    COORDINATOR,
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    Manage computer lab.
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    College application and
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    Inquiries:
    Human Resource
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    Lake City Community
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    149 SE College Place
    Lake City, FL 32025
    Phone: (386) 754-4314
    Fax: (386) 754-4594
    E-mail:
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    LCCC is accredited by the
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    PROGRAM,
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    Assist the Banner Center
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    education and 3 years
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    Application deadline:
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    SENIOR STAFF
    ASSISTANT
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    Inquiries: Human
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    Lake City Community
    .. College
    149 SE College Place
    Lake City, FL 32025
    Phone: (386) 754-4314
    Fax: (386) 754-4594
    E-mail:
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    I.CCC is accredited by the
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    person at NEFSH in Hu-
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    South State Road 121,
    Macclenny, Florida
    32063. Contact Teresa
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    EXPERIENCED COOK -
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    PART-TIME MALE COM-
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