Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00153
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 27, 2007
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID00153
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
alephbibnum - 000579551
electronic_aleph - 003298621
electronic_oclc - 60662535
lccn - sn 95047406
lccn - sn 95047406
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text




TVhe Sweetest Strawberries T his Sicke Of heaven


-r&abforb Countp


m.1,


USPS 062-700 Three Sections Starke, Florida


Thursday, Dec. 27, 2007


128th Year 22nd Issue 50 CENTS


ww Sceegahcr e V-mal d- o Sbtlorp~


11ADW' WA$ IS 2


Noteworthy


Last chance to
register to vote
before primary
The books will close for new voter
registrations and party changes for
the upcoming Jan. 29 presidential
primary on Monday, Dec. 31.
Voter registration forms are
available at the supervisor of
elections' office in the north wing
of the Bradford County Courthouse.
Forms are also available at most area
post offices and city halls.
You can register online by accessing
www.bradfordelections.com. At this
site, you can download a form, key
in your information and print the
form to be mailed or delivered to the
election's office. If mailed, the forms
must be postmarked by Dec. 31.
For more information, you may
call the supervisor of elections' office
at (904) 966-6266.



Support
education and
drive away a
winner
How would you like drive a new
truck in the new year? The Bradford
County Education Foundation could
help make that possible.
The foundation is once again
selling tickets to raise funds for
education-this time for a chance to
win the 2008 Chevrolet Silverado on
display at Capital City Bank.
Tickets are on sale for $50 and can
be purchased from any board member
or at Capital City Bank, Community
State Bank, Roberts Insurance, the
Bradford County School Board
office, Santa Fe Community College
Andrew Center or the Bradford
County Telegraph.
The truck drawing will take place
Saturday, Jan. 26, at the North Florida
Regional Chamber of Commerce's
annual banquet, which also hosts the
foundation's silent auction, but you
do not have to be present to win.
Tickets for the banquet are also
on sale at the chamber for $65 each
or $1,000 for a corporate table. The
social hour and silent auction will
begin at 5 p.m.
Call the chamber at (904) 964-
5278 for more information.



Bradford
Farmers
Market
open Jan. 5
The Bradford Farmers Market is
opening Saturday, Jan. 5, at 8 a.m.
at the Bradford Health Department
on U.S. 301 in Starke, next to Bill
Adams Chevrolet.
Certified organic, locally grown
and hydroponically grown produce
will be offered, as well as spices,
honey and locally baked bread. Steel
Country will provide free musical
entertainment.
To learn more, visit www.
bradfordbarmersmarket.com. Come
every Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon
through the end of June.


Holidays over, but it's not too late to give


- BY-MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer


As 2007 draws to a close and
2008 waits in the wings, local
people, just like people everywhere
are thinking about giving gifts to
loved ones, friends, co-workers and
acquaintances.
Once the New Year's Eve
noisemakers are silenced, however,
the majority of the working public
will turn their thoughts to receiving
their income tax information and
filing the dreaded tax return.
Although time is short, there are
still a few days left to combine that
spirit of giving with the need to
obtain an additional deduction. There
are a large number of worthy causes
that serve local people every day, and
these groups and organizations can
always use additional funding.


Food Pantry
The Bradford County Food Pantry
feeds about 800 hungry local people
each month, using about 1,000 pounds
of food each week.
The Food Pantry has been operating
in Bradford County for 10 years. It
receives food for distribution from
the United States Dairy Association
and Second Harvest, a Lutheran
operation in Jacksonville. Publix
Supermarkets also donate bread to be
distributed each week.
Most of the food and funding used
by the Food Pantry comes from local
people, however. The Food Pantry
uses money it receives from eight
Starke churches (called Bradford
Ecumenical Ministries), businesses,
individuals and service organizations
such as the Kiwanis, Rotary and
Altrusa clubs, to purchase necessary
food.


The annual concert by James
Rodgers also helps with funding the
operation that costs roughly $6,400
per month. These are funds needed
in addition to food items that are
donated. Workers at the Food Pantry
are all volunteers, so funding goes
directly to help put food on the tables
of needy families.
The Food Pantry's regular hours
are Monday-Thursday, from 1 p.m.
to 4 p.m.
If you wish to donate directly to
the Food Pantry, send your check to
Bradford Ecumenical Ministries, 921
E. Call Street, Starke, FL 32091. All
of your money will go to feed people
in this community, not elsewhere.
BCEF/Take Stock.
The Bradford County Education
Foundation provides mini-grants to
teachers to put money straight into
See DONATE, p. 5A


Dumpers

will be


asked

for IDs
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Users of the county's waste
collection sites can expect to be
carded beginning sometime in the
new year.
Now that the city of Starke has
decided to pull financial support
from the operation of those collection
centers, residents and businesses
inside the city limits will no longer
be able to use them. If they try, they
will be turned away.
County Manager Brad Carter said
in order to monitor who is coming to
the centers, site attendants will ask to
see driver's licenses. If your license
lists a post office box instead of a
physical address, a second form of
ID listing a physical address will be
necessary.
Carding will begin early next year
after the collection center located
inside the city limits is closed for
a few weeks to accommodate an
expansion project..Once it reopens,
visitors to that and the other centers
around the county will be asked to
present their ID when dropping off
garbage.
The county is not happy with the
change. The .county offered the city
a reduction in the surcharge it was
paying for every ton of garbage its
collection service dumped at the
New River Regional Landfill, a
See IDs, p. 2A



Thomas,

Lewis off

landfill

board
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Bradford County Commissioners
Doyle Thomas and Eddie Lewis
are no longer assigned to the New
River Solid Waste Association, the
governing board of the New River
Regional Landfill.
A page listing county Chairman
Ross Chandler's committee
assignments for the next year was
distributed prior to last week's county
commission meeting.
While the timing might suggest
otherwise, Chandler said his decision
was not related to public objections
raised to Thomas' and Lewis'
participation in a surplus auction
while serving on the landfill board.
Both commissioners bid on surplus
equipment being offered in the
auction. They were two of only four
votes approving their own purchases,
which, in several cases were offers
made for less than the minimum
asking price.
While there were minimum asking
prices for most of the items, the
landfill did advertise the board's
discretion to accept or reject any offer.
Still the commissioners approving
their own purchases for less than the
recommended amount did not sit well
with some.
Chandler, however, indicated that
was not a factor in his decision to
assign himself and Commissioner
John Wayne Hersey to replace
Thomas and Lewis as Bradford's
representatives to the New River
Solid Waste Association.
"There was no decision to 'remove
them.' From time to time when we
change chaiirmen, the chairman selects
any of those (boards) that he wants to
See BOARD, p. 3A


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.

Early deadline Friday 5 p.m. Phone (904) 964-6305 Fax (904) 964-8628 6 89076 63869 2









Page 2A TELEGRAPH Dec. 27, 2007


Controversial amendment

promises tax cuts


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Who wouldn't vote for a
tax reduction? That could be
the actual question put before
voters on Jan. 29.
After a lot of fighting and
missed deadlines and the
chucking of a prior amendment
from the ballot because of
the way it was written, both
chambers of the Florida
Legislature finally approved
a proposed constitutional
amendment dealing with
property taxes that will appear
on the presidential primary
ballot.
Of course, with senators
leaving town at the end of the
October special session, House
members had little choice but
to accept what some felt was
an inadequate answer to the
property tax conundrum.
Still, Gov. Charlie Crist has
launched a campaign in favor
of the amendment. He's calling
i ,Save Our Homes Now,. a
name that harks back to the
Save Our Homes Amendment
approved by Florida voters in
1992. That amendment capped
annual property tax increases
on homestead property, at 3
percent.
The new amendment goes


IDs
Continued from p. 1A


surcharge that covered the city
of Starke's portion of the costs
of monitoring and maintaining
the old landfill and operating
the collection centers.- The city
cut the surcharge even further,
knowing its residents and
businesses would no longer be
welcome at the centers.
According to Starke
Operations Manager Ricky
Thompson, with twice weekly
pickup there's no reason for
residents to use a dobllection
center, although a container will
be set up at the maintenance
yard and emptied,once a week
by its garbage contractor.
From the city commission's
perspective, opting for a
lower surcharge was a way of
saving its garbage customers
more money. But county
commissioners are hoping
they don't end up with a black
eye for a decision that was
ultimately the city's to make.
In a workshop last week,
County Commissioner John
Cooper asked Carter if the
city's plans for a drop-off
container includes plans to
collect items such as appliances,
oil, batteries, fires, hazardous
waste, etc. Carter said he didn't
think so.
. "Where will the city residents
that live in my district take
those type of products? Out to
New River?" Cooper asked.
"City hall," respbnded.County
Chairman Ross Chandler.
The comment .made for a
moment of levity, but there
was also anxiety about where


further,, doubling the tax
exemption on homestead
property from -25,000 to
$50,000 (except when it comes
to school taxes).
Another component of the
proposed amendment is an idea
Crist has championed-that of
Save Our Homes portability.
Anyone purchasing a new
homestead will be allowed to
transfer the savings they realized
on their former homestead
under Save Our Homes to their
new homestead, providing that
the value of that transfer does
not exceed $500,000.
This will reduce the amount
of property taxes paid on new
homesteads, which are usually
assessed at their just value,
often resulting in large tax
increases for homeowners.
The proposed ,amendment
also has a provision for
nonhomestead real estate.
For the first time, annual
assessment increases would be
'capped at 10 percent (except
on school taxes). This includes
commercial property.
Finally, approval of the
amendment would result in a
$25,000 exemption on tangible
personal property (furniture,
equipment, machinery, etc.)
used by businesses.
If approved on Jan. 29, the


rejected garbage would end
up and the flack waste site
attendants were 'likely to
receive from angry residents.
Sheriff Bob Milner guaranteed
there would be an increase in
illegal dumping.
Commissioner Eddie Lewis
was on the board more than a
decade ago when the county
and city were at odds over use
of the collections. sites. The
surcharge was a compromise
that covered the city's portion
of the county solid waste costs
When the city opted out of
having residents and businesses
pay the county's annual solid
waste assessment.
"It was such a mess when
we first started and we weren't
letting them dump at the drop-
off sites ... I'm going to tell you
one thing, it caused some major
"dumping around town," said
Lewis. On the other hand, he
said it would be hard for people
in Brooker paying the special
assessment to understand why
Starke residents were allowed
to use the collection sites and
not help pay for them.
Lewis said he could
understand trying.. to save
money, but in light of the
fact that the. city and county
have just completed" working
together toward a consolidation
of emergency dispatch, this
decision on the city's part
doesn't represent a continued
effort to work together.
Chandler said this is the
course the city chose, and if'it
doesn't work out, then the city
will come back to the county to
work out another arrangement.
Carter said the county would
certainly keep the lines of
communications open ;should


)(Worth Noting )

The American .Cancer you need. Call today (866) 649-
Society needs.--drivers to 1594 or find out more at www:
transport patients to and from drugrehabresource.net.
medical appointments. :Must
have a valid driver's license, Legal help is available for
safe driving record and victims of domestic violence.
complete a training course. Call Get answers over the telephone
(352) 376-6866, ext. 127, for through the Domestic Violence
.more information. Legal Hotline, (800) 500-1119,
ext. 3, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-
Problems with drug or 4 p.m. .Conversations with
alcohol addiction in a loved attorneys are confidential.
one? Don't know whom to turn
to for help? Contact Drug Rehab -Love your library-
Resource for a free confidential (9041 368-3911.
consultation to find the help

r
t abfutb Counttp elegrapl
USPS 062-700
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
(ov 114% Paid at Starke, Florida under Act of March 3,1879.
2'0.p POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
SBradford County Telegraph
131 West Call Street Starke, Florida 32091
Web address:. BCTelegraph.com
Phone: 964-6305 P.O. Drawer A* Starke, FL 32091
Subscription Rate in Trade Area John M. Miller, Publisher
$0 Editor: Mark Crawford
$Jw.UU per year. Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
$16.00 six months Advertloing: Kevin Miller
Don Sams
Darlene Douglass
Outside Trade Area: Type,.tt H .ana d
$30.00 per year: *' dvertlsln, and
Newspaper Prod. Earl W. Ray
$16,00 six months Classified Adv. Melisa Noble
Bookkeeping: Kathi Bennett


provisions of the amendment
would take effect Jan. 1, 2009.
While generally supported
by state leaders, businesses and
those seeking property tax relief
in the state, the amendment
has vocal opponents in the
state's school systems, local
governments and unions for
public employees such as
firefighters.
While one side claims high
property taxes are crippling
Florida's economy, the other
side says the ability to provide
local government services and
education will suffer if voters
approve the amendment.
Legislators place property
tax restrictions on local
governments this year, although
boards in. Bradford County
chose to override the deepest
of those cuts.
The cuts resulting from the
amendment, it is said, would
save the average homeowner
$240 a year. Actual savings will
vary. Bradford County officials
are working to calculate what
impact the amendment would
have on its budget.
So, who won't vote for a tax
cut? It will be up to opponents
able to convince taxpayers
that the cuts aren't worth it
and could do more harm than
good.


the city of Starke reconsider.
But for-Cooper, any future
agreement needs to be based on
a level playing field.
"They've got the right to
make this decision. If that's
what they choose to do, that's
OK. But if it turns out to be
the wrong decision, and they
want to come back and use our
collection centers, they need to
pay that $75 assessment just
like every other resident in this
county does," Cooper said.
There was discussion about
getting city commissioners to
the table to further discuss their
decision. In the meantime, the
county is' in the position of
having to implement an ID,
verification program that is
likely to please few residents in
or out of the city limits.


EXIT REALTY_EXCEL_
.(904),964:EXIT
107 C Edwards Rd.
Starke


Propane

Gas Prices

Too High?

Call Davis
Gas Company
for a Quote


(L-R) Kati Tedder, Sarah Green, Chad Parmenter (team captain) and Tim Hamel.

BHS takes second in High-Q tourney


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer


.Bradford High School's team
of scholars took the second
place trophy in the North
Florida High-Q Conference
Tournament, held at First
Baptist Church on Dec. 4.
Besides BHS, the field was
composed of five other schools
including Vanguard, West
Point, Bell, Bartram Trail and
Nease.
After defeating West Point,
they advanced to take on
Vanguard.
BHS defeated Vanguard in
the semi-finals and faced Nease
in the finals.
However, Nease proved too
formidable, handily defeating
BHS by a score of 200 60.
Each team consists of four
members. Each round is made
up of three 10-minute periods,
said Dustin Blanton, the junior
varsity academic team coach.,
The moderator asks the two
teams a toss up question, which
if correctly answered nets the
team five points, Blanton said.
The team is 'then presented
with a .bonus question, which
'is' worth 10 points if answered
correct" Simply put, the team
with thl .st accumulated
points at the end of the three
periods is the winner.


New Year


MASIERS
CONSTRUCTION CO.

State Certified Building Contractor
CB-CO059483
OWNER Arthur W. Masters

964-4009
706 MacMahon Starke


OW


The questions, which weeks after the commencement
Blanton said are provided by of school, they play other
an educational company, cover school teams in their division
a broad spectrum of topics once a week. These weekly
from history, literature, science, contests culminate in the North
politics, mathematics to popular Florida High-Q Conference,
culture and the arts. which Blanton compared
Sample toss-up questions to the Super Bowl or World
include, "When the president Cup, except for high school
of the U.S. delivers the State intelligentsia. *
of the Union address, what two The team practices during the
officials are seated immediately week, and are encouraged, said
behind him?" (Vice-President Blanton, to add to, their store
and the Speaker of the House.) of knowledge by studying hard
"Edam cheese was named in their classes and perhaps
after a town in what European watching the TV game show
country?" (The Netherlands.) "Jeopardy" or pouring through
The BHS team, made up trivia books.
of Captain Chad Parmenter, ,,. Blanton said that the next
Shruti Desait, .Kati Tedder, prestigious tournament BHS
Sarah Green, andTimfi~Hamel will participate in is the
was formed a few weeks after Commissioners' Academic
the beginning of the school Challenge, which is held toward
year in August. Besides a the end of the school year in
determination to be part of the late spring.
team, candidates must possess
a minimum 2.5 grade point
average.
When the season starts a few


It's Time to
celebrate, the
New Year is here!

Ferguson

FergUS011
SHomes.,,

Jonathan D. Ferguson
Owner
133 W. Call St.
Starke
(904) 966-2178
(904) 626-4550
Lic. No. CBC1250311


/s YOUR BEST

YEAR EVER!



- 7IKidTalkrA



Aimee Jennings
MS., CCC-SLP
Speech/Language
Therapy and Reading
Intervention

(904) 964-4464.
www.kidtalk.info


ON EARTH


Dr. Gregory Allen & Staff

We would like to thank all of our
patients for their continued support
during our relocation.


My Dentist


We wish all a VeryjJtappyew Vfear!


Starke: 904-964-7004


www.davisgas.com



DAVIS


GAS


Lake City: 386-752-2480










Dec. 27, 2007 TELEGRAPH Page 3A


Work continues on Starke sewer


Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Southside for October


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The third phase of Starke's
multiphase and multimillion-
dollar sewer rehabilitation
project is under way.
In addition to further
repair, new lines will be run,
new manholes installed and
qualifying customers will be
hooked up.
Streets where new sewer
lines are being run include Call
Street, Crum Street, Cooper
Street, Colley Road, Covington
Street, Davis Road, DeSue
Street, Edwards Street, Eperson
Street, Glen Reed Road, Grand
Street, Geiger Road, Harutha
Street, Holley Drive, Parker
Street, Powell Street, Rocky
Road, Wall/Andrews Street and
Wilson Road.
On those streets there are
59 eligible homeowners whose
income level qualifies their
hookups to be covered in the
cost of the project.
"We are also doing some
individual sewer hookups on
Tom Hall Road, Grove Street,
Keller Road and Old Lawtey
Road," said Scott Modesitt of
Summit Professional Services,
the city's grant writer.
Modesitt gave a progress
report to the commission
earlier this month, saying
the new contractor for this
phase, Commercial Industrial
Corporation of Reddick, Fla.,
was getting good reviews for
the work already completed.


BOARD
Continued from p. 1A

assign them," said Chandler.
Chandler was appointed to
serve as chairman of the county
commission earlier this month.
"The fact is, I've never served
on New River ... I'm just trying
to get some commissioners
to get used to each -board,"
said Chandler, who assigned
his former, position' on the
Transportation Disadvantaged
Board to Lewis. Thoma, will
serve as an alternate to the New,
River Solid Waste Association,
one who is available to fill
in if one of the two assigned
members cannot be present.

Thomas said it was the
chairman's prerogative to make
those assignments as he sees
fit.
"He's in charge," said
Thomas, who believes he's
served on the landfill board
since he was elected in 1998,
often holding the office of
chairman.

Lewis agreed; but admitted
he was a little :hurt by the
move.


Holiday
closing,
deadline
announced
The office of the Bradford
County Telegraph will be
closed on New Year's Day,
Tuesday, Jan. 1. Early deadline


An amendment to the project
shuffled money around to
account, for the lower-than-
expected cost bof the sewer
work and the higher-than-
expected cost of 'hooking up
new customers. The budget
for phase III for new sewer
installation was originally
$3.25 million, but the bid came
in at $1.8 million.
Community Development
Block Grant funds and a loan
from the State Revolving
Fund will pay for phase III.
A Disadvantaged Small
Community Grant from the
Department of Environmental
Protection will eventually repay
all of the SRF loan money
borrowed during the course of
the project.
Another $2.01 million will
be spent on upgrades to the
wastewater treatment plant that,
among other things, will remove
nitrogen and phosphorus
nutrients from plant effluent.
DEP issued a consent order
against the city in 1998 for the
-content of the effluent entering
AlligatorCreek. The wastewater
plant work will remedy
the issues addressed by that
consent.order, according to the
city's engineer, Gary Sneddon
of Stone, Joca and Mahoney.
Additional enhancements could
also benefit the city-if DEP
can be convinced to pay for
them.
The additional work would
address newer, more stringent
requirements for permitting and


"I really liked serving on
there, and would really like to
have stayed on there," Lewis
said, adding he would like to
have seen through changes he
was instrumental in starting,
such as the potential selection
of a new engineer. Lewis helped
convince the association to seek
proposals from engineers after
becoming concerned about
engineering costs.

"I had one or two things I
had kind of fought for that I
was hoping I would be able
to continue to fight for," said
Lewis.
Neither commissioner feels
the their role in the auction
':played had anything to do with
Chandler's decision, however.
Lewis .said his understanding
is that the appointments were'
decided prior to any press
related to the matter.
The full list of committee
assignments is as follows:

Chairman Ross Chandler
-New River Solid Waste
Association
-FloridaWorks
-Bradford Community
Alliance
-Juvenile Justice Board


for. submissions,. including
classified and display ads, will
be Friday, Dec. 28, at 3 p.m. for
the Jan. 3 edition.
.For more information, call
(904) 964-6305.
Government, solid
waste closings
Both the Bradford County
Courthouse and Starke City
Hall will be closed Tuesday,


also make the system safer. One
option would exchange the use
of volatile chlorine gas to liquid
hypocholorite, which Sneddon
described as essentially chlorine
bleach. Another could save the
city a good deal of money,
making it possible to convert
biosolids into usable fertilizer
material instead of having it
hauled away to a landfill.
These project additions are
costly, however, and depend on
DEP agreeing to their value.
The further repair work
being conducted in phase III is
acutally work not completed by
the city's contractor for phase
II, Nicassio. The city is seeking
compensation of its loses from
the contractor's pullout.
An outstanding issue for the
city commission is streets that
were cut during the previous
phase and then patched
instead of being repaved. The
commission wants the streets
restored to their original
condition, but DEP wants to
see the condition of the streets
before authorizing expenditures
for that purpose. ,
Video was taken of the streets
for DEP to evaluate.
Summit's Dennis Dingman
said the current contractor,
Commercial Industrial
Corporation, has offered to take
up all of the asphalt on streets
it will. be cutting and rebuild
them at no additional cost to
the project.


Commissioner John Cooper
-Courts and Judicial Branch
-Small County Coalition
-Tourist Development
-New River Library
Cooperative (alternate)
-Communities in Schools
-North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council

Commissioner Doyle
Thomas
-New River Library
Cooperative
-School Readiness
-Small County Coalition
-New River Solid Waste
Association (alternate)

Commissioner John Wayne
Hersey
-Constitutional Officers
-North Central Florida
Regional. Planning Council
-New River Solid Waste
Association
-Small County Coalition
(alternate)

Commissioner Eddie Lewis
-Transportation
Disadvantaged Board
-New River Library
Cooperative
-FloridaWorks (alternate)
-Small County Coalition
(alternate)


Jan. 1.
The county solid waste
collection centers will also
close on New Year's Day, but
will reopen on the following
day.


4k.~


Kiwanis Terrific Kids for October were announced at Southside Elementary.
The were: (front) Samantha Womack, (secondrow, I-r) Jordan Dyal, Kassidy
Howard, Aaron Cowart, Latrell Highsmith, (third row) Nickolas Hanson, Hayden
Page, Alyssa Garland, Patrice Myers, Sophie Davis, Brooklyn Bayes, (fourth row)
Danwandre Green, Olivia Proctor, Kaylen Chitty, Cammi Jackson, Shay Boggess,
Mario Hankerson, Dalton Page, Kelvin Williams, (fifth row) Angela Quick, Rachel
Ricker, Peyton Welch, Madyson Varnes, Timothy Craig, Austin Cowart, Jarius
Thomas and Shawn Aaron. Inset: Teacher of the MI:nth Julia Ripplinger.


Terrific Kids at Southside for November


Kiwanis Terrific' Kids for November were announced at Southside Elementary.
The were: (first row, I-r) Connor Nugent, Makaila Taylor, Taina Brown, Sheldyn
Winkler, Austin Behrens, Hastyn Eaves, Jenin Fares, (second row) JoAnna
Smith, Antwane Mitchell, Aallyah Swint, (third row) Lane Batten, John Hipps
Jr., Jacob Mohart,
Brandon Ruis, Kristofer
Crews, Dequania
Cohens, (fourth row)
Sylvia Toms, Roshawn MATE'S BILLABONG
Boswell, Taylynn
Jackson, Summer NeW Year's Eve Bash!!!
Wilson, Letericka
Hankerson, Dasaray
Steele, Shakieria Party .Starts at 9:00
Butts, (fifth row)
Stephen McDonald,
Quaneshla Stewart, Live Music
Shelby Wilkison, by Champagne
Bruce Behrens, The 2nd toast a
Jacey Clemons and Helping Band midnight
KaShondra McCallum.
Not pictured: Wyatt
Burns. Inset: Teacher of
the Month Paula Traylor.
NOCOE CARE


415 East Call St., Starke

(19041964-9222


FOOD, PRIZES & DRINKS FOR EVERYONE
(age 21 years & over)
(904) 964-6104 Hwy. 301 N (Temple Ave.), Starke


Clvde's I





THi PERPFECBT

HOLIDAY GIFT!


(352) 468-1140


Gift Certificate Available


I ~iI"~~ i ~ 'II [~ :111] i: v~~i~uii iYii 'ti


Buy a Set of Four

Tires...

Get a FREE

Wheel Alignment! j








Page 4A TELEGRAP&i Dec. 27, 2007



Community Learning Center serving middle-schoolers


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Community Learning
Center after-school program
at Starke Church of God by
Faith is up and running, and
enrollment is near capacity.
Located in the church's
community annex, the middle-
schoolers are building skills
by playing math and reading
games and taking turns in the
center's computer lab. There are
also opportunities to relax and
play board games and improve
physical fitness. There's even
.a cooking component where
the kids learn to make healthy
snacks like fruit smoothies.
- The kids also engage in a
course called Positive Action,
which helps build self-esteem
and encourages kids to stay in
school and away from harmful
behaviors like drug and alcohol
abuse. Students are bused to the
Community Learning Center
from the middle school, and
those who are not picked up by


a parent are driven home in the
church van.
Pastor James McKnight, who
directs the program alongside
site director Avery Shell, said
they've seen positive changes
in the kids in just the first few
weeks.
No fee is charged for the
students attend. A 21st Century
Community Learning Center
Grant is providing $131,000
a year for the next five years
to fund the program, but that
doesn't necessarily cover all
of the costs associated with
the program, including the staff
hired to work with students.
There are opportunities to help
for individuals, businesses and
other organizations to sponsor
the program. Just call Shell
at (904) 964-2435 to find out
more.
While churches in other
communities have served
as host sites for community
learning centers in the past, the
Church of God by Faith is the
first faith-based organization in


the state to be awarded the grant
as the fiscal agent. The grant
was written by Elaine Slocum
of the church's community
outreach office.
"We feel the faith community
has a responsibility to help
people develop in life, so that's
what we're doing," McKnight
said.
Middle-schoolers especially
are among the most challenged
students in the system,
McKnight said, and he believes
targeting that age group will
result in maximum impact.
Shell also noted that the
hours of operation are those
in which kids are most likely
to get in trouble. Now there
is an alternative in the form
of a non-fee-based after-school
program.
The focus isn't on kids alone,
though. Parents of participating
kids can learn through the
family literacy program, picking
up important skills in money
management, employability
and more.
During the summer, there
will also be a six-week program
for kids from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
There are around five more


Teacher Hope Davis offers guidance and keeps score as youth like Ashley
Stanton and Eugene Jackson play board games.


slots available for kids to enter
the after-school program.


Call (904) 964-2435 for more
information.


I


4


'.~
~


w


Adalisse Rivera-Ramos pays
__ .,_ __...attention, toher instructor in -
Students like (I-r) Markel Parks, DeQuan Blount and RoKeem Boswell practice ,"thr reading class.
math by playing games.


At top left, Mariah Wilcox
enjoys her turn in the
computer lab.
Pastor James Mcknight Jr.
(left), director of the after-
school program, takes a
moment of class time to
emphasize the Importance
of teacher Valarle Jones'
lesson on self-esteem.


NOW OPEN

Let's Do It Production
* ^ We video *
Weddings Reunions Parties
Church Events Sports Events, etc.


Chairs, Tables, &
Chafing Dishes for rent


Owner: Joe Gorden
082 424 W. Jefferson St., Starke, FL
(behind KidTalkY


DAVIS EXPRESS, INC.
US 301 S.,Starke, FL
964-6619


m -.-...' I_


- ' --. 1 q-q[L: YE-" .-_"E W-_--l _sH _' ia "s
I ANew Yea rs|
Celebration


200S

We wish % ou

all the best in

ltle new year

I I

Archie Tanner
Funeral Home

S. Hwy. 301

964-5757


We hope your
Holidays
are wonderfully
happy.

gases Electric
and
Air Conditioning
Hwy. 301 S, Starke

964-8744


LET'S CELEBRATE

THE NEW YEAR


Thanks to our customers and
friends for a terrific year! Best
wishes in 2008-we look forward
to serving you in the
years to come.

Ydtir friends at


rhe Of/fice Shop

Phone: 904-964-5764 Fax: 904-964-6905
110 W. Call Street Starke, FL 32091


in~ .m.~P.gwaA .in~w...,- -


-Convert ourold
VHS tapes tp DVD


(904) 263-06


Ballack LLC dba
Clyde's Auto
Tires, Brakes & Mores


Under New Ownership W I -
Located in the Heart of Starke
For over 10 Years on Hw 301

Q "Quality Work at Affordable Prices" 3
Complete Auto Service & Repair
S Air Conditioning Specialist 20Min.
Wheel Alignment Specialists Custom Rims 01 -j 1
B Free Towing with Major Repair Change .-
Computer Diagnostics Shocks Struts ,. -
.Timing Belts Brakes & Tune Ups Front End Work


FREE ESTIMATES


COMING SOON... Semi-Truck & RV Roadside Service M-F 8-5:30
StarkeWE DO TRACTOR TIRES' Sats9-2:0
207 N. Temple* Hwy 301 (9041368-0915


P1 ED TIRE DEALER IN THE TRI-COUNTYq.


,1,T,


jr










Dec. 27, 2007 TELEGRAPH Page 5A


JUMP:
Continued from p. 1A

the classroom, where it will
do the most good for the most
children. BCEF also funds
scholarships for
students. se
It provides
teacher-support
programs, like
Teacher of the
Month and
Teacher of the
Yearrecognition
and beginning-
of-the-year events.
In order to donate to BCEF,
contact Communities in Schools
-at (904) 964-7776 or send a
check made out to BCEF to
707 N. MacMahon St., Starke,
FL 32091.
Communities in Schools
also oversees the Take Stock in
Children program.
Take Stock is a program that
is aimed at helping low-income
young people earn scholarships
to attend college. Program
participants sign a contract
saying they will stay in school,
earn good grades and stay out
of trouble. In return, they get
four years of free tuition at a
Florida college or university.
In order to help ensure that
participants can meet the terms
of the contract, each one is
provided with an adult role
model who meets with the
student once a week throughout
the school year.
Scholarship recipients
attend two years at a Florida
community college and then
transfer to a Florida college
or university for the final two
years. The scholarships can
also be used to fund technical
or vocational degrees at a
number of Florida facilities, if
the student prefers those career
choices.
Take Stock needs both
funding and volunteers to act
as mentors for the students.
Contact CIS at (904) 964-7776
or send a check made out to
BCEF to 707 N. MacMahon
St., Starke, FL 32091.
YMCA
The Bradford-Uniofi YMCA
program is growing and serving
more and .qmre .young .people...
every year. : ,.
In addition to its wellness
program based in the facility on
U.S. 301 across from Bradford
High School, the YMCA also
sponsors after-school programs,
tutoring, mentoring and other
programs aimed at helping
local kids and families.
Program growth necessitated
expansion into a bigger and
better facility, and YMCA is
still paying for building costs
associated with that expansion.
There are also future goals,
such as the construction of a
pool to further enhance the
programs it offers.
You can donate to the
Bradford YMCA by contacting
Amanda Feagle at (904) 964-
9622. You can also send a
donation to Bradford-Union
YMCA, 452-A N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL 32091-.
Scouting
Boy Scouting and Girl
Scouting are both active
programs in Bradford County,
with a long track record of
helping young people become
active in community service.
These programs teach young


Sun State
Collision Center
Il l;m i l M I h''l.'t l lkH !tI'1 g
Owners
Randy & Kimberly
Alldredge
904-964-4239
SR-16 W
Starke
MV-40354


peopleW to work together to
improve their communities.
Cub Scouting, is offered to
boys 7 to 10 years old and
Boy Scouting is for boys 11-
17. Both programs strive to
strengthen character and teach


boys personal fitness and good
citizenship.
You can donate to Boy
Scouting and earmark the funds
for use by the Bradford and/or
Union County groups. You can
give the check to local Scouts
or send checks to: North Florida
Council, 521 S Edgewood Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32205-5359.
For more information, call
(904) 388-0591 or view Web
site at www.nfcscouting.org.
Girl Scouting strives to give
girls a desire to participate in
their communities, network
with professionals, try new
things and meet new people. It
*helps develop leadership skills
in girls and helps them learn
more about their interests.
Founded in 1912, Girl
Scouting has 3.7 million
members around the world.
The local council is Girl Scouts
of Gateway Council, Inc.,
Jacksonville, FL 32205-6055.
You send a check there and
earmark it for Bradford and/
or Union counties, or you can
donate by contacting a local
Girl Scout leader. For more
information, call (904) 388-
4653 or visit the Web site at
www.girlscouts-gateway.org
Volunteer Fire
Departments
The Volunteer Fire
Departments thatserve Bradford
County are always in need of
donations to fund equipment,
supplies and training costs for
the people who volunteer their
time and effort to protecting the
lives, homes and property of
focal residents.
Although the Starke Fire
Department is a full-time
department, it also has a
volunteer section. You can send
donations to 123 E. Jefferson St.,
Starke, FL 32091, and earmark
the funds for the volunteers.
..Call (904) 964-7116 for more
information.
Seven fully volunteer
departments also serve the'
county. You can send checks
for donations to the following
addresses:
Theressa Volunteer Fire
Department--1381 S.E. C.R.
18, Starke, FL 32091.
New River Volunteer Fire
Department-20173 N.W.
C.R. 235,- Lake Butler, FL
32054. (This department serves
Bradford County, although the
mailing address is in Union
County.)
Helibroh Springs Volunteer
Fire Department-21412 N.W.
S.R. 16, Starke, FL. 32091.
Lawtey. Volunteer Fire
Department-P.O. Drawer G,
Lawtey, FL 32058.
Hampton Volurteer Fire
Department-P.O. Box 358,
Hampton, FL 32044.
Brooker Volunteer Fire
Department-P.O. Box 27,
Brooker, FL 32622.
Sampson City Volunteer
Fire Depaitment-7835 S.W.


H appy















Quality Service
Since 1964

DURRANCE PUMP

& WELL DRILLING
State License #1305
US-301 N., Starke

964-7061


C.R. 225, Starke, FL 32091.
Scholarships
There are a number of
scholarships available to
Santa Fe Community College,
many of which are awarded to
Bradford County young people
every year.
If you would
like to help
support the
opportunities
of local
students to gain
9 easier access
to higher
education, you
can do so in a number of ways.
The Betty Warren Membrial
Scholarship is presented
annually by the Colonel Samuel
Elbert Chapter, National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution. You can contact a
local DAR .member to donate.
The Danielle Kramer
Memorial Scholarship fund
is sponsored by a group whQ
raises money in memory of a
young Bradford woman who
died in an automobile accident.
The scholarship fund will
provide a two-year scholarship
to either a graduating high
school senior or a nontraditional
college student who is interested
in majoring in either journalism
or music (journalism and music
were Kramer's major and
minor, respectively).
If anyone is interested
in learning more about the
Danielle Kramer' Memorial
Scholarship, please call the
Andrews Center at (904) 964-
5382. Donations, in the form
of a check, may be made out to
SFCC Endowment, and mailed
to Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center, 209 W. Call
St., Starke, FL 32091.
The Altrusa International
of Starke scholarship fund
is awarded to a local young
woman each year.
To qualify, the recipient
must be at least 25 years old,
a Bradford County resident and
United States citizen; have a
definite plan to use hereducation
for career advancement or
to enter or re-enter the job
market; be a student at SFCC
or have been recently accepted
to SFCC; and demonstrate
scholastic ability and a need
for financial assistance.
For more information
on donating to the Altrusa
scholarship, call Cheryl Canova
at (352) 395-5850.
There are also a wide variety
of other scholarships to SFCC
that are always in need of
additional funding. To find out
more, call the SFCC Andrews
Center at (904) 964-5382.
SFCC also provides a
College for Kids program each
summer. CFK offers students
who will be in sixth to 10th
grade an opportunity to learn
about a variety of academic
topics in a fun and hands-on
environment, according to the
CFK program guide. If home-
schooled, students must be in
the age range of students in
those grades.
A.:two-week. session ranges
from.$100 to a little more than
$200; depending on whether the
. student opts for the full day or
half-day program. Scholarships
,to this program are offered.
For additional information on
donating, contact Canova at
(904) 964-5382 or by e-mail at
.comm.-ed@sfcc.edu. You can
also visit www.mysfcc.com.


R\


Church NfCews 1


Victory Revival Center,
located three miles north
on U.S. 301 in Starke, will
sponsor a benefit sing and
a New Year's Eve service
beginning at 7:30 p.m. until
midnight on Sunday, Dec.
31. Alvin Griffis and the
Gospel Sounds and Dub
Cruise and Sacred Heart will
provide music. All proceeds
will go to the church building
fund. Call Randall Griffis for
more information at (904)
964-2526.
Keystone Heights Church
of Christ on S.R. 21 north
of Lake Brooklyn, invites
area families of all faiths
to spend New Year's Eve
at the church. Sandwiches,
snacks, fun, fellowship
and plenty of alcohol-free
beverages will be served
free of charge. Board
games, contests, singingng
and supervised children's


activities will begin at 8 p.m.-
and end at 1 a.m. There
will also be a television set
tuned into the festivities at
New York's Times Square.
First United Methodist
Church of Starke will have
Tim Brock and his family as
special musical guests on
Sunday, Dec. 30, at 10:30
a.m. They will present a
service of music, scripture
and worship. Tim Brock, the
son of Pastor and Mrs. Al
Brock will bring the message.
Everyone is invited.
Bethel Free Will Baptist
Church in Lake City will take
part in a series of rotational
services with New Destiny
Free Will Baptist Church
in DeLand and True Vine
Free Will Baptist Church in
Daytona Beach. Call (904)
769-1262, (904) 782-3182
or (386) 755-0949 for more


information.
St. EdwardCatholicChurch
will hold special sessions for
people who are interested
in learning more about the
Catholic religion. Come with
plenty of questions and hear
the 2,000-year-old answers,
which are still true today.
The sessions will be held
each Wednesday at 7 p.m.
in the social center behind
St. Edward Catholic Church,
at 411 N. Temple Ave. in
Starke.
Anglow-Christian
W o m e n s
Interdenominational Org-
anization meets monthly
on the first Tuesday at 6:30
p.m. at River of Life Church
of God on U.S. 301 across
from the .fairgrounds. Call
Elaine Gouin at (904) 964-
2937 for further information.


Terrific Kids at Starke Elem. for November


Kiwanis Terrific Kids for the month of November were recently announced at
Starke Elementary. They were: Ethan Cornwall, Travis Curtner, Bennett Kilgore,
Tamija McCray, Chrish6 Cummings, Raymond Mosely, Latroy Collins, Sermice
Bass, Allie Norman, Thomrfly Watson, Trenton Foreman, Donald Seymour, Nikita
Thakor, Naycee Barnes, Tavien Young, Simone Hudson, Cheyenne Oschner,
Dylan Blanchett, Gage Jackson, Taurus Coleman, Desirae McCauley, Myrtis Hill,
Mathew Webb, Abby Ames, Tyesha Oliver, Zanaya Sampore, Madison Garrison-'.
and Clayton Hall. Principal Christy Reddish is also pictured.


Literacy volunteers are
needed in Bradford County.
Free training available. Your
knowledge and spare time could


benefit others. Call (904) 966-
6780 for more information.
Peaceful Paths Domestic


Abuse Network Inc. is located
at 501 W. Washington Street.
For information call (904) 966-
6878.


- Business & Service Directory -

U Bf


Building Supply

1g Jackson
BUILDING SUPPLY
"Where Quality & Service
are a Family Tradition"

US 301 S.* STARKE
964-6078

145 SW 6TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER
496-3079



Tree Services






SERVICES
Tree Trimming
and Remoual
ILicensed & Insuredi
Senior Discount

352-812-2514
352-351-6592
.............


Handyman Services

Mike's
Handyman
* Carpentry
. Painting
SPlumbing ..
* Electrical
* Mobile Home
Repair
* And Much More! ,
Home (352) 473-7 5
Cell (352) 745-0614
F Michael Home .
Serving the Lake Region


TOMAite SERVICES






g. ......


I


zoo8
Get yourself a share
of all the good
things the future
will bring.


Reddish & White CPAs
134 E. Call St.
Starke
904-964-7555









Page 6A TELEGRAPH Dec. 27, 2007


Minor subdivision regulations LEGALS.


becoming a major pain -


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

It's back to the drawing board
for an ordinance related to
minor subdivision regulations
that doesn't achieve the goals
of the county commission.
An ordinance drafted and
advertised would continue
to allow minor subdivisions,
which have a maximum of nine
lots, to access county or state
dirt roads with no requirement
that thuse roads be paved back
to the nearest major highway.
That wasn't the intent of the
commission, which wanted
to limit traffic growth on dirt
roads and reduce the number of
requests it received to pave dirt
roads once such subdivisions
become established.
Under the proposed
ordinance, Zoning Director
Nora Thompson explained to
the board in a workshop last
week that each individual lot
in a minor subdivision would
no longer be able to access a
dirt road if lots were laid out
one next to the other along that
dirt road.
Individual lot access to a
paved road would be allowed,
although the commission
could, if it chose, limit the
number of driveways when
platting the subdivision, so
that lots were required to share
driveways, cutting the number
qf successive driveways from


a maximum of nine to around
four or five.
The only requirement to pave
a road, however, build be if a
new street is being built into
the proposed minor subdivision
and the driveways to those lots
derive access to the new street.
Still, even if that new street
connects to a county dirt road,
there would be no requirement
to pave the county's road.
That's not what the
commission wanted, although
there was recognition that
the commission's goal could
make smaller subdivisions
economically unfeasible for
developers. Even having to pave
a new interior street isn't going
to make much economic sense
for a small-time developer,
Thompson acknowledged.
Commissioner John Cooper
said he was concerned
about the number of cuts for
driveway access to dirt roads,
but he was more concerned
-about the amount of traffic
generated when new homes
are built. That's what is going
to have people coming to
the commission asking for a
road to be paved, he said, and
having an interior road paved
and connected to a county dirt
road could create even more
pressure.
There was some talk of
eliminating the category of
minor, subdivisions altogether
and requiring developers to


pave county dirt roads back
to the highway when platting
a subdivision. Currently
they don't have to unless the
subdivision involves 25 or more
lots. Cooper acknowledged
that would encourage larger
developments because,it would
be only those developments
that could afford the higher
infrastructural costs of paving.
"You're not going to do it on
10 lots," Cooper said.
Thompson said that might be
the only way to accomplish the
commission's goal, however,
since there was also some
question aboutthecommission's
ability to limit the number of
minor subdivisions that can
be platted on a dirt road--
another option raised during
the discussion.
Another alternative to reduce
traffic Cooper pointed to would
be lowering the maximum
number of lots in a minor
subdivision from nine to four,
but, just like the advertised
ordinance, he said.that wouldn't
fix the problem entirely. A
developer could do multiple
four-lot developments as long
as the property was listed under
different ownership.
Rather than move forward
with the advertised ordinance,
the commission decided to
rethink its approach so that any
future ordinance truly addresses
its goals.


Starke kids learn ways to bust mosquitoes


Bill Schirrmacher from the Bradford County .Extension Office's Buzz Busters
program recently talked to third-graders at Starke Elementary about mosquitoes.
The students learned about mosquito life cycles and the county's use of
monitoring stations to track mosquito populations. They also learned about
natural ways to control mosquitoes like special minnows that eat wrigglers, or
mosquito larvae. Using magnifying lenses, students closely examined mosquito
larvae in specimen bottles and talked about was to control mosquitoes around
their homes. Mrs. Schirrmachers third-grade class participated in the Buzz
Busters program by maintaining their own mosquito monitoring station at Starke
Elementary. Posing with Mr. Schirrmacher are Haven Ames, Shamaria Hankerson,
Cason O'Neal, Maegan Crawford, Austen Padgett, Dustin Lauramore, Gregory
.Searcy, Jamie Mosley, Kassady Perkinson, Tiara Thomas, Gregory Kersey and
Jocelyn Gowens..


PUBLIC AUCTION
THE FOLLOWING VEHICLE WILL
BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT
T & M Towing, 430 S Temple Ave,
Starke, FL 32091
COMMENCING AT 9:00 AM ON
01/15/2008.
01 FORD V#
1 FTNF20L31EB45421.
12/27 1tchg
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE CONSTRUCTION
PERMIT
The Department of Environmental
Protection gives notice of its intent to
issue a permit to APAC Southeast,
Inc., First Coast Division, which has
a mailing address P.O. Box 24728,
Jacksonville, Florida 32241-4728.
This project is for the construction
of two 200-ton capacity hot mix
asphalt storage silos to replace the
existing silo onsite. The applicant
also requests to remove the
restriction on hours of operation
for Emissions Unit 001 Drum Mix
Asphalt Plant. The facility is located
at 4105 South East 144* Street,
Starke, Bradford County, Florida.
The Department has assigned file
number 7770037-011-AC to this
project.
The Department will accept
written comments concerning the
proposed permit issuance action for
a period of 14 (fourteen) days from
the date of publication of "PUBLIC
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE
CONSTRUCTION PERMIT."
Written comments must be post-
marked and all facsimile comments
must be received by the close of
business (5:00 pm), on or before
the end of this 14-day period, by the
Permitting Authority at the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection, Northeast District, 7825
Baymeadows Way, Suite B-200,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590
or facsimile (904) 448-4363. Any
written comments filed shall be made
available for public inspection. If
written comments received result in
a significant change in the proposed
agency action, the Department
shall revise the proposed permit
and require, if applicable, another
Public Notice.
A person whose substantial interests
are affected by the proposed
permitting decision may petition
for an administrative proceeding
(hearing) under Sections 120.569
and 120.57, F.S. The petition
must contain the information set
forth below and must be filed
(r. .. in the Office of General
Counsel of the Department at 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida,
32399-3000. Petitions filed by
tht permit applicant or any of the
parties listed below must be filed
. within fourteen days of receipt of
this notice of intent. Petitions filed
by any persons other than those
entitled to written notice under
Section 120.60(3), F.S., must
be filed within fourteen days of
publication of the public notice or
within fourteen days of receipt of this
notice of intent, whichever occurs
first. Under Section 120.60(3), F.S./
however, any person who asked
the Department for notice of agency
action may file a petition within
fourteen days of receipt of that
notice, regardless of the date of
publication. A petitioner shall mail a
copy of the petition to the applicant
at the address indicated above at
the time of filing. The failure of
any person to file a petition within
the appropriate time period shall
constitute a waiver of that person's
right to request an administrative
determination (hearing) under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S.,
or to intervene in this proceeding
and participate as a party to it. Any
subsequent intervention will be only
at the approval of the presiding
officer upon the filing of a motion in
compliance with Rule 28-106.205
of the Florida Administrative Code
(F.A.C.)..
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the Department's
action is based must contain the
following information:
(a) The name and address of each
agency affected and each agency's
file or identification number, if
known;
(b) The name, address, and
telephone number of the petitioner,


the name, address, and
number of the
representative, if a
shall be the address
purposes during the co
proceeding; and an
of how the petitioner's
interests will be affec
agency determination;
(c) A statement of how
petitioner received no
agency action or propose
(d) A statement of a
issues of material fact.
none, the petition must
(e) A concise state
ultimate facts alleged, in
specific facts the petition
warrant reversal or mo
the agency's proposed
(f) A statement of the si
or statutes the petition
require reversal or mod
the agency's proposed
(g) A statement of the r
by the petitioner, static
the action petitioner
agency to take with res
agency's proposed actic
A petition that does
the material facts upon
Department's action is
state that no such fa
dispute and otherwise s
the same information
above, as required b'
106.301, F.A.C. Bec
administrative hearing
designed to formulate f
action, the filing of a petl
that the Department's
may be different from
taken by it in this noti
whose substantial inter
affected by any such fin
of the Department on the
have the right to petition
a party to the proc
accordance with the re
set forth above.
The application is av
public inspection dur
business hours, 8:00 a
p.m., Monday through Fr
legal holidays, at the De
Environmental Protectio
District Office, 7825 B
Way, Suite B200, J
Florida 32256-7590.

NOTICE OF SA
Notice is hereby given th
to the Florida Self Stor
Act Statutes (Sectio
83.809); Santa Fe
Starke will sell for C,
highest bidder at 1630
Ave Starke, County o
Florida, at 2:00 pm o
the 10th of January,
continuing day-to day
until sold, the household
misc. contents of the fo
UNIT OB019- DEBRA
misc. items (Piano)
UNIT 0G018- BRIDGET
misc. items (Black trunk
boxes, bed frame, futon
UNIT OH010- REBEC(
misc. items (2 television
kids toys, washer, dr
boxes, ect.)
UNIT 01026- JANET
misc. Items (a stacked
dryer)
UNIT' 01043- SHANI
misc. items (cloths, boxi
ect.)
UNIT OK009-
ROWLAND, misc. iten
set, furniture, plastic to
dryer, mattresses, kit
cd's art set. Ect.)
Dated this 14th day of
2007
12/2
IN THE CIRCUIT
FLORIDA EIGHT
CIRCUIT, II
BRADFORD COUNT
CASE NO.: 04-20
NORITA V. DAVIS AND
M. DAVIS, SUCCESS
TRUSTEES OF THE R
C. DAVIS REVOCABLE
TRUST DATED 02/03/0
Plaintiff,
vs.
William L. Layne and C
Layne, his wife; RIVEF
PLANTATION ASSOCI,
INC., a Florida corporate
WACHOVIA SERVICES
INC. formerly known as
UNION NATIONAL
BANK OF FLORIDA; ai
OF FLORIDA, DEPART
REVENUE,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF S
Notice is hereby given th
to Summary Final Ji
Foreclosure dated
17, 2007, I will sell t
situated in Bradford Cou
described as follows:
land containing 2.86


d telephone or less, and lying in the NWI/4 of
petitioner's the NWI/4 of Section 22, Township
ny, which 5 South, Range 22 East, Bradford
for service County, Florida; said parcel being
)urse of the shown as Parcel 24 on a map
explanation prepared by Patrick B. Welch &
substantial Associates, Inc. and recorded .in
ted by the Misc. Map Book 1, Page 1 of the
public records of said County,. also
v and when being described as follows:
twice of the Commence at an iron rod set at
sed action; an intersection, of the Sortherly
ill disputed boundary of the NE1/4 of the
If there are NWI/4 of said Section 22 with the
so indicate; Southerly boundary of the right of
ent of the way of County Road 125 (formerly
including the State Road 125) and run North
ercontends 89 degrees, 27 minutes and 23
dification of seconds West, along said Northerly.
action; boundary, 458.01 feet to a set.
specific rules concrete monument; thence Sonth
er contends 00 degrees, 32 minutes and 37
dification of seconds West, 15.00 feet; thence
action; and North 86 degrees, 21 minutes and
elief sought 33 seconds West, 492.32 feet
ig precisely to a set iron rod; thence North
wishes the 89 degrees, 33 minutes and 20
aspect to the seconds West 803.02 feet to a set
on. iron rod; thence South 00 degrees,
not dispute 32 minutes and 37 seconds
n which the West, 681.49 feet; thence North.
based shall '89 degrees, 27 minutes and 23
acts are in seconds West, parallel with the.
shall contain Northerly boundary of said SW1/4
as set forth of NW1/4, a distance of 324.06 feet
y Rule 28- to a set iron rod for the Point of
cause the Beginning, From Point of Beginning
process is thus described continue North
inal agency- 89 degrees, 27 minutes and 23
tition means seconds West, parallel with last said
final action Northerly boundary, 365.16 feet to
the position the Westerly boundary of said
ce. Persons NW1/4 of NWI/4; thence North
ests will be 00 degrees,18 minutes and 55:
nal decision seconds East, along said Westerly
application boundary, 341.02 feet; thence.
n to become South 89 degrees, 27 minutes and
Deeding, in 23 seconds East, parallel with last:
requirements said Northerly boundary, 366.53
feet; thence South 00 degrees,
available for 32 minutes and 37 seconds
ing normal West, 341.02 feet to the Point of,
i.m. to 5:00 Beginning.
riday, Wc. pt. Reserving therefrom an easement
partrent of for ingress, egress and utilities over.
n, Northeast the following described parcel:
aymeadows Commence at the Southwest corner
acksonville, of above described parcel for the
Point of Beginning and run North 00-
12/27 1 tpd degrees, 18 minutes and 55 seconds
East, along aforesaid Westerly
kLE boundary of NW1/4 of NW1/4, a
hat pursuant distance of 341.02 feet; thence South
rage Facility 89 degrees, 27 minutes and 2.3
on 83.801 seconds East, parallel with thp
Storage of Northerly boundary of said NWI/4 of
ASH to the NW1/4, a distance of 30.00 feet to a
0 N Temple set iron rod; thence South 00 degrees,
)f Bradford, 18 minutes and 55 seconds West,
n Thursday *' parallel with said Westerly boundary,
2008, and 63.98 feet to a set iron rod, thence
y thereafter South 05 degrees, 51 minutes and 45
d goods and seconds East, 278.78 feet to a set iron
allowing: rod; thence North 89 degrees, 27
k SEWELL, minutes and 23 seconds West,
parallel with said Northerly boundary,
T HOLDER, 60.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.
k, dresser, Also being conveyed with a right of
i, ect) ingress and egress over all roads
CA JONES, shown on aforesaid map recorded on
is, furniture, Page 1 of Misc. Map Book 1.
yer, cloths, -at public sale, to the highest bidder
SSNYDER, for cash, at the main entrance of
washer and the Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
NON COX, Bradford County, Florida, at 11:00
s, fUrniture, A.M. on the 17th day of January,
2008.
CAROYLN Any person claiming an interest in
ms (dinning the surplus from the sale, if any,
tes, washer, other than the property owner as
tchen ware, of the date of the Lis pendens must
chen ware, file a claim within 60 days after the
I December, sale.
WITNESS my hand and official
'27 2tchn 1/3 seal of said Court this 17th day of
December, 2007.


COURT OF
H JUDICIAL
N AND FOR
Y, FLORIDA
07-CA-0388
STEFAN
)R
ONNIE
E LIVING
D3,

ynthia E.
ROAD
NATION,
tion;
S'...
s FIRST
nd STATE'
TMENT OF

IALE
iat, pursuant
judgment of
December
the property
unty, Florida,
A parcel of
acres, more


Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
BY: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact
the Court Administrator's office
by phone at (352) 374-3839 or
in person or in writing at 201 E.
University Ave., Gainesville, FL
32601 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing impaired, call (800) 955-
8771; if you are voice impaired call
(800) 955-8770
Bevin G. Ritch
1418 NW 6th Street
Post Office Box 1025
Gainesville, FL 32602
(352) 376-3201
Florida Bar # 143762
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/27 2tchg 1/3


Pubic Meetings


The Bradford County
Commission meets twice
monthly on the first Mon-.
day and third Thursday of


in the boardroom at the
Bradford County Court-
house. Monday morn-
ing meetings
are held at 9:30 .e
a.m., and Thurs-
day evening i --
meetings begin 5
at 6:30 p.m. p

The Starke City
Commission
meets on the first and third
Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at Starke City
Hall.

The Lawtey City Council
meets on the first Monday
of the month at 7 p.m. at
Lawtey City Hall.

The Hampton City Coun-
cil meets on the second
Tuesday of each month at
7 p.m. at. Hampton City


Hall.

The Brooker Town Coun-
cil meets at the Brooker
Community Center on
the third Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m.

rn,. The Bradford
' County School
-, Board meets on
'.J the second Mon-
S day of the month
S at 6:30 p.m. in
the boardroom
at the offices of
the school district.

Zoning and board of ad-
justment meetings are the
first Monday of the month
at 6 p.m. for the county
and the fourth Thursday
of the month at 7 p.m. for
the city of Starke. They
only occur when business
has been scheduled and
formally advertised. Both
boards meet at the court-
house boardroom.


DEMR

EURITURE


4almw


I


IP






Dec. 27, 2007 TELEGRAPH Page 7A


Straight A


students


Lawtey Community School first-graders making Holtzendorf, Alyssa Norman, Halley Waters,
straight A's during the first nine-week grading Savannah Mallinson, (second row) Juanita Allen,
period were (first row, I-r) Garret O'Berry, Wyatt Zachary Yarber, Nemicio Matthew, James Bennett
Hodges, Jada Thomas, Shyann Coakley, Tara and Katie Card. Not pictured: Robert Alvarez.


Straight-A students for Starke Christian Academy
for the first grading period were fourth-grader
Robbie Pollard and first-grader Anna Hines.


Free trees
at farmers
market
Jan. 26
Pick up free trees from the
Bradford County forester at the
Bradford Farmers Market on
Saturday, Jan..26, from 8 a.m.
until noon.
Florida celebrates Arbor
Day in January because it's the


best time of year to plant trees
here. Meet Bradford Forester
Nicole Howard under the big
yellow umbrella and get .free
trees (while they last) a fl'free
information on how t61~Pllitt
and care for your new tree. ,
The market is on the
grounds of the Bradford Health
Department on U.S. 301, next
to Bill Adams Chevrolet. Visit
www.bradfordfarmersmarket.
corn orcall Howard at (904) 964-
2461 for more information.


Lawtey Commurnity School third- and fourth-griaders making straight A's during
the first nine-week grading period were (first row, I-r) Adrianna Rowell, Savannah
Murray, Rylee McClellan, Angel Bennett, Macey Fulgham, Kacey Norman, Michael
LaFollette, Peyton Brown, (second row) Jamie Loznicka, Caleb Polk, Cheyenne
Sapp-Beard, Jamie Pfunter.


U


.5-MOTH C


Lawtey Community-School second-graders making straight A's during the first


nine-week grading
period were (first
row, I-r) Emily Ford,
Hannah Jackson,
Shiann Bradley, Taylor
Trollinger, JaBrianna
Reed, Dezirae Tabet,
(second. row)Dayshawn
Sammons, Joshua
Merritt, Ryan Fishburn
and Dakota Mathews.
Not pictured: Kylee
Crawford and Chelsea
Creighton.


JA tde quiet
moments, af tde
lUodaUf, ma* yu
find peace and joV.


SMITH
BROTHERS
BODY SHOP
US-301 N. *Starke
904-964-5267


zfayyy- l-oidays

STARKE
v TIRES & AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES
COMPUTERIZED DIAGNOSIS AVAILABLE
Alignment Wheel Balancing Front End Work Shocks
Brake Service Tune-Ups Minor Overhauls Tires Batteries
Starters Wheels Alternators Generators
Mon-Fri 8-5:30 964-6436 Sat 8-12:30
MV#55030 402 N. TEMPLE (HWY 3,01 S-TARKE*T


SHoliday
Greetings
wto all our.
Friends:



2008 NwYear

E from all of us at
HOPE 9 S
CHRIS TOWN COUNTRY
CHRISTIAN '
Academy & Pre-School 964-7200

1352-473-40401 US-301 S
3900 SE State Road 100 Starke ,
STARKE R www.getyourford.com


*1


APY


Wednesday Through Monday Only
December 26-December 31


It's Mercantile Bank's Second Annual After Christmas Sale, where we'll offer a
5-month CD paying an extraordinary rate of 5.05%*APY and an 8-month CD
paying 4.85%*APY with a minimum opening deposit of just $2,500. These
special rates are only available at Mercantile Bank, and only for these days.
Just visit your Mercantile Bank branch for details. For the Mercantile
Bank location nearest you, call 800.238.8681 or visit us online at
www. bankmercantile.com.




MERCANTILE BANK
We take your banking personally.


800.238.8681


www. bankmercantile.com


606 West Madison Street. Starke ..... .............904.964.9136 300 West Main Street, Lake Butler................. 386.496.9607
'Annual Percentage Yi0d (APY 15s accurate as of date of publication Minimum opening deposit is S2.500 00 Promotional offer valid December 26 through
December 3 1. 2007 only Offer good for new accounts only with funds not previously on deposit with Mercantile Bank. No brokered CDs Penalty for early
wihnorawal Fees mt y redLice earnings on account Mercantile Bank is a division of Carolina First Bank. Member FDIC


APY


8-MONTH CD


* -. *. .. ...


J







Page 8A TELEGRAPH Dec. 27, 2007


More Lawtey Community
School students making
straight A's during the
first nine-week grading
period were (first row,
I-r) first-grader Summer
Fulgham and (second
row, I-r) fifth-graders Don
Jeffers Jr. and Michael
Selph. Not pictured:
Hayden Thompson.
Other Lawtey Community
School students making
straight A's during the
first nine-week grading
period were (I-r) eighth-
graders Duke Atteberry
and Tiffany Pendarvis,
and sixth-grader Isaac
Smith.


Starke Elementary first-graders making straight
A's during the first nine-week grading period were
(front) Bailey Sheppard, (first row, I-r) Cole Williams,
J'cobi Harris, Jade Jones, Hannah Alford, Kinley
Lee, Matthew Webb, Rachel Roper, (second row)
Drew Hildebran, Tyler Rehberg, Dustin Addison,
Zoey Fulton, Madison Bennett, LeAnn Hilliard, (third
row) Brooke Lynn Gowens, Samuel Simmons and
John Allen.


Starke Elementary fourth-graders making straight
A's during the first nine-week grading period
were (1-r) Kaela Wilkins and Kimberly Canady. Not
pictured: Janie Perry.


200o


More Starke Elementary first- and second-graders making straight A's for the
first nine-week grading period were (first row, 1-r) Myrtis Hill, Chloe Barber, Lacie
Kersey, (second row) Molly Crawford, Dallin Woods, Dalton Addison, Shamya
Young, Katelyn Massey, (third row) Macey Alvarez,.Jayla Eiland, Jessica Parker,
Jimmy King, Courtney Starnes, Veronika Akins, (fourth row) Caleb Hopkins,
John Kersey, Jeffrey TysOn, Lane Gillenwaters and Jacob Alvarez.


The Great Zanzibar can

raise anything, except your price.


NOW STARTING AT'

$199 5
/MO
(Up to 768K speed. Excludes taxes, fees
and surcharges. Qualifying home phone
plan, one-year term agreement and
$15 activation fee apply.)


CHOOSE ANY SPEED OF EMBARQT" HIGH-SPEED INTERNET
FOR A PRICE THAT WON'T GO UP.
* Permanent pricing on allspeeds up to 5.0 Mbps for as long as you have the service
* Consistently fast broadband connection
* Award-winning spyware and virus protection included
* FREE modem (S99 value. $14.95 shipping and handling fee applies.)


trom,
Stailey /C101da Fkraw
agdthdrsogs,
Srant a KwH,,


SPRATLIN
TOWING
24-hr. Service
Automobiles & Light Trucks

964-2446


MAY YOUR


BE BOUnTIFUL.


SRay Daugherty
Land Surveyor, Inc.
405 W. Georgia St.,
Starke, Ft
(904) 964-6708
I -800-671 -6708


Voice
Data
Internet
Wireless
Entertainment


866-2EMBARQ 1236-2277)
embarq.com/highspeed


EMBARQ'
Where Common Sense Meets Innovation"


Services not availab e everywhere. Residential customers only. EMBARQ may cancel services o r substitute similar serv icesatitsle discrei n without notice. Additional restrictions apply. Requires approved credi. EMBARQ
High-Speed Internet: $99 eady termination fee may apply. Performance may vary due to conditions outside of network control, and no minimum tevet of speed is guaranteed. Conditions may include vanables such as customer
location, physical equipment limitations, network congestion, server and router speeds of websites accessed, inside winng or telephone conditions Monthly rate: Monthly rate of $19,95 applies while customer subscribes to a
qualifying EMBARQm Home Phone plan Without qualifying calling plan, the standard. non-promotional monthly rate of $29.95 wil apply and is subject to change. Customer must remain in good standing in a service area. Taxes,
fees and surharge99 s are additional, subject to changewithut notice and based on non-promotional, standard monthly rate. Additional restrictions apply. Offer ends 1231/07. Modem: Witho credit approval. customer will be
charged $99.99 for modem. 2007 Embarq Holdings Company LLC. All rights reserved. The name EMBARQ and tha jet logo are trademarks of Embarq Holdings Company LLC. EMB -07-08577


ev, -








.c. 27, 20Uui tLEGRAri.. rage 9A


Starke Elementary third-graders making straight A's during the first nine-week
grading period were (first row, I-r) Garrett Ritch, Greg Kersey, Cheyenne Herndon,
Tessa Weir, (second row) Taylor Rehberg and Heather Tillman. Not pictured:
Haven Ames and Kassidy Perkinson.


Bradford Middle School sixth-graders making
straight A's for the first nine-week grading period
were (first row, I-r) Brittany Toms, Carleigh
Whitehead, Hannah Hildebran, Katlin Canady,
Marrissa Greenwell, Danielle Hall, (second row)
Austin Nazworth, Christopher Shannon, Wisam
Fares, Khaila Simmons and Ryann Clemons. Not


pictured: Latia Davis.


Overeaters
Anonymous
meeting in
Starke
Compulsive overeaters are
invited to a new weekly meeting
of Overeaters Anonymous held
each Wednesday from 6:30-
7:30 p.m. at Shands Starke,
922 E. Call St.
Overeaters Anonymous is
a 12-step program patterned
after Alcoholics Anonymous.
The program is for compulsive
overeaters who desire to stop
eating compulsively. It is hot
a diet club. There are no dues,
fees or weigh-ins.
For information, contact
Sid at (978) 210-6340 or the
Gainesville Hotline at (352)
491-5069. The group is dn


the Web at www.oanortheast
florida.com.

Pleasant
Grove will
meet again in
January
The next meeting date of the
Pleasant Grove Action Group
has been changed from Jan. 21
to Monday, Jan. 28, at 7 p.m.
due to the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. holiday. -
Area residents are invited
to each meeting. Meetings
are typically held on the
third Monday of each month
in the Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church annex.
For more information,
contact Linda Hampton at (904)
964-8156.


2008



JVelo


I MODERN 1
WOODMEN
wAMERcA



INSTANT
REFUND LOANS'



REFUHIS


904-964-3375
Located in Mr. Auto Insurance
737 S. Walnut St., Starke
(corner of Edwards Rd. & US-301)


Bradford Middle School seventh-graders making straight A's for the first nine-
week grading period were (front, 1-r) Travis Duncan, Preston Welch, Dustin Swain,
Jon-Michael Chappell, (second row) Jessica Loznicka, Maria Demps and Larry


Hurst.


Sign teens
up now for
etiquette
class
Santa Fe Community College
and the Starke Woman's Club
have teamed up again with the
Florida Academy of Etiquette
and Protocol to provide a class
for teens 13 to 18 years of age.
There are only 50 spaces
available for.: the three-day
class, which wvitl take place
Feb. 15-17.
Everyone likes to be treated
with courtesy and respect. Good
manners and good fun go hand-
in-hand. Allow the ;program
presenters the opportunity to
teach your young ladies and
gentlemen how to conduct
themselves properly in any
social setting. They will help
them enhance their confidence
in any situation, giving them
an edge both socially and
professionally.
Some of the topics to be
covered are as follows:
The 65 dining manners,


"restaurant manners, greetings
and handshakes, conversation
skills, respectfulness,
utensil placement, showing-
appreciation and being thankful,
showing respect for others,
party manners, guest manners,
navigating and identifying the
place setting, responding to
invitations, church and theater
etiquette, proper..,tea manners,
eating difficult foods, the formal
meal, telephone manners, party
manners, business-etiquette and
thank you notes
Reserve your space. Call
Lisa Tatum at (904) 782-1230
or SFCC at (904) 964-5382 for
more information.


S 00oo Haircuts
Sat Hairy
6 Business
Sheila Joyce Leon
Dave Marsha Angela
Men Women Children
WALK-INS WELCOME
Now Hiring
Next to Bonnie s Memorials
on S. Walnut St. Starke, FL
904-964-3338 Mon-Sat 10-5


Happy


New Year!


2008
from




Market


12876 S.E. 21st Ave.
Starke
964-7019


Drinking and
driving can
destroy more
than your holiday


Before you drink, and drive this holiday season,
consider the consequences: financial penalties,
loss of your drivers -license,-destruction of your
vehicle, injury, death or responsibility for the injury
or death of another. It s a no-win situation. During
. the holiday season and throughout the year, show
appreciation and respect for the health and
happiness of yourself and others. Choose a
designated driver when attending a party and,
when hosting a party, be sure to supply non-
alcoholic beverages for guests who are driving.


Law Office of

DAN SIKES, P.A. 1
817 MacMahon Street Starke, FL 32091
(904) 964-2020 Fax: (904) 964-9400 -

l andstaffwishyou&yors,"HappNewYea


We've Got Wehkinzf
Meet the huggable plush pets with an online playground.
Each pet carries a secret code to let you enter Webkinz World!
S* llay games, trivia < l 'i design a home for your new pc
Ea Kin'cash to gett treas and oys )for your online pla milcs
$5 99 Safe, hiendly and hours of funr
Collect Them All! MP e


1699ea.


www.webkinz.com

OFFICE SHOP
110 West Call Street Starke
(904) 964-5764
www.the .fficeshopofstarke.com


GAMZ


moommmim,









Page 10A TELEGRAPH Dec. 27, 2007


Bradford Middle School eighth-graders making straight A's the first nine-week
grading period were (first row, I-r) Caley Barber, Kayla Garlo, Kayla Nugent,
Ashely Spell, Casey Cloud, (second row) Nguyen Thomas, Laureen Reddish,
Hannah Ricker, Ryan Atkinson, David Rezaei and Jacob Clay.


Bradford High School ninth- and 10th-graders making straight A's for the first
nine-week grading period were (first row, I-r) Anquil Jackson, Danielle Williams,
Taylor McCormick, Jessica Koenig, (second row) Kaitlyn Luke, Megan Hodges,
Grace Dennison, Cassie Coolidge and Saloni Desal. Not pictured: Donald Brown,
Patricia Carney, Rosa London, Amber Milner, Sean Spencer, Telvin Sweeting, Amy
Austin, Marjorie Carney, Andres Martinez, Marissa Molina, Steven Twiford and
Richard Weis.


Bradford High School 11th- and 12th-graders making straight A's for the first
nine-week grading period were (first row, I-r) Kati Tedder, Kelli Adams, Shaterika
Johnson, Chelseh Nugent, Julie Detlefsen, (second row) Faye Ricker, Courtney
Williams, Tim Wilkerson and Paulicia Jenkins. Not pictured: Ana Padron, Alvin
Shireman, Katelyn Traylor, Brittany Weaver, Sabrina Wood, Ryan Anderson
James Barber, Morgan Casey, Valencia Cave, Angela Cooper, Cassandra Cothron,
Jenreakee Diggs, David Duncan, Clarissa Ellington, Celia Ennis, William Faulkner,,
Eric Frazer, Lauren Keller, Tracy Ledger, Amber Massey, Kimberly Mitchell, Sarah
Osgood, Shane Parmenter, Kristen Rodgers, Emma Sheppard, Jarred Starling,
Robert Starling and Ciara Weaver.


Woman's Club
cookbook on
sale now
The Woman's Club of Starke
has complete a cookbook
treasure to mark its 100th
-anniversary.
"Strawberry Country
Favorites" includes more than
350 recipes collected from club
members and relatives of club
members.
Copies may be obtained from
club members, Dimple's Gift
Shop on Thompson Street or
the Bradford County Telegraph
on Call Street. The cost is
$20.
Proceeds will be used for
club projects such as the SFCC
scholarship, and a special
donation will be made to
the Bradford County Public
Library.

Pets looking
for a home
Bradford County Animal
Control has many healthy
dogs, cats, kittens and puppies
available for adoption at
the facility at located at 606


Edwards Rd., next to the
armory.
These loving animals have
been checked out by a local vet
and are ready for adoption. The
facility is open from 9:30 a.m.
to 5:30. p.m., Monday-Friday.
Adoption hours are from .11
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A ..iaall.
adoption fee is applicable, and a
low-cost spaying and neutering
program is available.
The facility is in need of flea
shampoo, spot flea treatment,
box fans or large fans, pet
carriers of all sizes, folding
cages, large crates to hold
mothers and puppies, a baby
scale, cotton balls, peroxide,
and alcohol:
For further information call


(904) 964-9200.


0001F-










Section B: Thursday, Dec. 27, 2007



Regional News

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



Area offers events to celebrate New Year's


How will you ring in 2008?
l( you don't want to sit home
alone, there are several events
happening in the area on New
Year's Eve.
Bradford County
New Year's
Events
Victory Revival Center
located three miles north on
U.S. 301 in Starke, will
sponsor a benefit sing and a
New Year's Eve service
beginning at 7:30 p.m. until
midnight on Monday, Dec.31.
Alvin Griffis and the Gospel
Sounds, Dub Cruise and
Sacred Heart will provide
music. All proceeds will go to
the church building fund. Call.
Randall Griffis for more
information at (904) 964-2526.
Mate's Billabong, 801 N.
Temple Ave. (U.S. 301) will
have a New Year's Eve Bash
starting at 9 p.m. There will be
live music by The Second
Helping Band, party favors
and a champagne toast at
midnight.
Food, prizes and drinks for
everyone (age 21 years and
over). There is no cover
charge.
Call (904) 964-6104 for
more information.
Timbuktu Lounge and
Package, 17420 U.S. 301 N.
will have a New Year's Eve
party. There is no cover
charge. It will feature free
party. favors, free champagne
at midnight and door prizes.
The lounge will remain open
until 4 a.m., with security and
a safe ride home assured. Call
(904) 966-2229 for further
information.
Whale Tales, 301 E. Call S.
in Starke, wants you to join the
Whale Tales girls for a New
Year's Eve Bash with music,
food and drinks. From 10 p.m.
until 2 a.m., there will be
dinner and drink specials, with.
a $25 cover charge ($50 per
couple) covering all your
drinks and a meal.
Complimentary champagne
will be served at midnight.
Call (904) 966-2220 for
information.
The Slab Fish Camp and
Bait Shop on Sampson Lake
will have a New Year's Eve
party with live music by the
Coalition Band beginning at 9
p.m. There will also be door
prizes, finger foods, party
favors and champagne at
midnight.
Cost is $6 or $12 per couple.
Call (90+) 964-9374 forF
information.
Cowboys Steakhouse, U.S.
Hwy 301 Soufh in Starke, is
hosting a New Year's E e



\












will be performing at






TreWaldo on Satu Jorday, Dec. 29, at
to p.m.erform in
WaldThe concert, w thich will
Sfeature other performers asday
Mell, irose nativfree (donations aredan
willaccepted) and will be heldperforming atin


Dixieland Music Park in

lofeature on U.S.ther performers as301 South


located on U.S. 301 South


,behind Classic Caf6.
Jordan is the daughter of
Roger and Nancy Buz .of
Melrose.


Party featuring Glen Snow &
the Snowmen. The party starts
at 7 p.m. and includes a four-
course meal, music and
dancing, champagne toast at


midnight, breakfast bliffet and,
if needed, a complimentary
limo ride home.
The price is $65 per person
or $100 per couple. Call (904)


1393 8,995


STK p 14,1


$8995


368-3800 for information.

Keystone New
Year's Events:


St. William Catholic
Church, 5 p.m.-Vigil Mass
for the Feast of the Solemnity
of the Blessed Virgin, Mary,
the Mother of God.


'99 OLDS INTRIGUE GL


STK 13'""2


18F995


Keystone Heights Churchof
Christ,'S.R. 21, north of Lake
Brooklyn, invites area
See EVENTS, p. 4B


,4;


-.~f-, I~' Ti I' I, inV~u INA a- m_


U


wsPJ


1lI'k~i~


'98 GMC JIMMY SLS
AA- ,-5


'96 FORD TAURUS

. ..\'^ .. _- -


'99 CHEVY ASTRO


5TK ni ';4# .


8995


II I I
I I ~ k


'99 DODGE DURANGO SLT


STK #141"


IBF495


'02 CHEVY IMPALA


$8,995


'1~'


'00 DODGE GR. CARAVAN
* w i&I ,


STK #13733 P995 STK 14128 ,TK1 8 1F 9, STK14 5,995-

m Irlm k


00 FORD EXPLORER KIT
M t. *, -


SYK a1-4221 1 P 9


'99 TOYOTA CAMRY
I-. "'^'L "
- c ^-y


I


a


ST a 141,5


w2w-


i.








Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Dec. 27, 2007


631st collects for toy dr
The Family Readiness group attached to the 631st
Maintenance Company, based in Starke, held its
annual Christmas event on Dec. 9. In addition to
providing food, fun and Christmas cheer to members
of the company and their families, the group
collected large numbers of toys for the Bradford
County toy drive that will provide Christmas gifts
for local needy children.
"We felt that Bradford County has been
supportive of us through the years and we wanted to
give some of that back," said Alicia Bellman,.
coordinator for Family Readiness.


Baseball camp
to be held in
Union Friday-
Sunday
A Christmas break baseball
mini-camp for ages 8-14 will
be held Friday-Sunday, Dec.
28-30, at thejUnion .County
baseball complex. Camp times
are Friday and Saturday from,
10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday
from noon to 5 p.m.
The camp will include
fundamental instruction for
throwing, hitting, fielding,
base running, pitching and
catching.
There is a $60 registration
fee per camper. Daily lunch
and refreshments will be
provided. To register, please
contact Ryan Sellers at (904)
626-0309 between the hours of
6 p.m and 10 p.m.
Registration will also be
accepted at the complex the
first day of camp beginning at
9a.m.


Now SbOf
Nicholas Cage in

BOOSECiiE....

Sat. 5:30, 8:00
Sun. 4:45, 7:05
Mon.-Thurs.. 7:15


ive in Christmas event I l
Bel'.m n .nd Ihi group also '.. anis ithnk h j. v '
local businesses and individuals who donated items /
to make the event a success. (L-R) Alicia Bellman and Angela Bird take a look at just some of the toys collected by
Family Readiness provides a wide variety of types Family Readiness that will go to needy children in Bradford County on Christmas.
of support for the families of National Guardsmen .
who have been called to active duty, either in war
zones or in
relation to r FAR LEFT: Ryder Foote "If you're mad at your kid, you "Every time you win, it
emergencies or create an art project in can either raise him to be a nose diminishes the fear a little bit.
disasters. sn c f e tackle or send him out to play on You never really cancel the fear


NEAR LEFT: John Yulee
III has his crayon at the
ready.


the freeway. It's about the
same."
Bob Golic


of losing; you keep challenging
it."
Arthur Ashe


_--BI
Jason Lee in
ALVIN
THE CHIPMUNKS
S,,Fri. 7:10, 9:15
Sat. 5:00, 7:00, 9:00
Sun. 5:00, 7:10
Mon.-Thurs., 7:30


JMapp# iVew *ewt


Wishing You

And Your

Family

a Happy &

Prosperous

New Year!


Dr Talisha Cunningham d
459 West Call Street, Starke


, Staff


904-964-5152

C ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS )


'41








Oil


CELLEITE.
301 North & Praft St.
STAKE
(Next to Grannies ReSt.,
2 blks. south of BHS 0:


966-CELL

Starke


_____________________ *From Keystone: RIGHT on 301 and
OI;1I1I1;11 ALACHUA left at Grannio'F Restaurant.
.904276616 386462276 From Lake Butler: Turn LEFT on 301.
Two blocks south of BHS.
Sr CS Nsnvot r,,,ce, w MM1o 2inmy a mi, Co~~,i Mt Ml ea W t" OM VOabC C 11b v lye inyinbyin I44cmor fo~ ~r W1Ph- .nru F'mN, o.V tCrC, balid :.y iny'', j%,,~
~~Cmm~m ind -pt, fl PP S- inorsor m n, I, Iew. MCX'? bi--Nd bin A160y-- -dni


Florida Twin Theatre
CAll Seats $5.00 Berore 6p.m..* 964-5451 *OPEN EV'ER NIGHT*
(VIQst an wunlse at wwwuFIvridaTwIwTbsatrw.c.e


TV VV V
ooierOSPE







"JOIN THE WHALE TALE GIRLS"


I


FOR OUR NEW YEAR'S EVE BASH!
Come Enjoy Pinner, Music, Drinking and Fun!
Dinner and Drink Specials ,
10:00 pm til 2:00 am
$25.00 covers your drinks!
XB' $50 per couple (includes meal and drinks) -
Complimentary Champagne at Midnight!
Come Have A Great Time At The Pest Sports Par in Town!
301 East Call St. in Historic.Downtown Starke


WHY PAY MORE?
IMMEDIATE HOMEOWNER QUOTE
WITH OVER 30 COMPANIES
$5,000 TO $5,000,000
HOMES/MOBILE HOMES, VACANT PROP.
352-371-9696 Financing Available SSI Agencies


4

~I4-.








'(U





(U


4-


LLAA, ALAA


M9


I









Dec. 27, 2007 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-B-SECTIONiPge !38


OBITUARIES

Mary Elizabeth
Hardy Curley
Mary Elizabeth Hardy "Betty"
Curley, 67, died Tuesday, December
18, 2007.
Mrs. Curley was born in
Jacksonville and moved to Starke
six years ago.
She is survived by: four
daughters: Lynn, Tina, Cathy, and
Kim; a sister, Edwina Chitty, and
brother, Eddie Wright; 12
grandchildren, and 10 great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 10
a.m. Saturday, December 22, 2007
at the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home in Starke with Pastor
Wayne Spratlin officiating. Burial
was in Riverside Memorial Park
Cementery.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke was in charge of
arrangements.

Frederick Richard
Dreyer
Frederick Richard "Bumpy"
Dreyer, 81, died Friday, December
21,2007.
Mr. Dreyer was born in Chicago,
11 and lived in Fox Lake, II1. He
worked for United Airlines as an
aircraft mehanic before moving to
Dunedin where he owned and
operated Dreyer's Shell Service for
20 years. He also operated the
"Loafer-a-Charter" Boat. He later
moved to Homosassa Springs where
he was employed by* Riverhaven
Marina until he retired in 1998. He
was an avid outdoorsman and a
veteran of the Army Air Corp.
He was preceded in death by his
wife, Ruth MacGregor Dreyer.
Survivors include: a "'brother,
George Dreyer of Ingleside, 11; two
daughters, Karen Ford of Starke,
and Linda Hanna of High Springs; a
son, Gary Dreyer of Safety Harbor;
six grandchildren and 6 great
grandchildren.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of arrangements.

Alice Faye Prevatt
Kemp
Alice Faye Prevatt Kemp died
Saturday, December 22,2007.
Services were incomplete as of
press time.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Roberts was born in Lake
Butler and was the daughter of the
late Andrew J. and Trudy Thomas
Crawford. She was a homemaker
and a good friend, and loving
person to all who knew her. She-
was a member of the Church of
Christ in High Springs.
She was preceded in death by
her husband Dewitt "Witty"
Robert5s in 2001.
Survivors include: a daughter,
Trudy DuBose of High Springs;
two sons, Wayne Roberts of Lake
Butler, and Michael D. Roberts of
Lake City; four sisters, Gladys
Kerce of Lake Butler, Clarice
Strickland, Arphine Parrish, both of
Jacksonville, and Melba May of
Atlanta, Ga.; eight grandchildren
and 11 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, December 23, 2007 at Lake
Butler Church of Christ with
Brother Scott Fisher officiating.
Burial followed in Phillippi
Cemetery near Ellisville.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler .was in charge of
arrangements.
ArchieTanner Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of arrangements.

Effie Marie Miller
Effie Marie Miller, 78, of Starke
died Wednesday, December 19,
2007.
Mrs. Miller was born and raised
in Fredericksburg, Va. and was a
former resident of Texas. She
attended World Baptist Fellowship
College in Arlington, Texas and
was the spouse of a missionary, the
late Rev. Francis LeRoy "Shorty"
Miller. They served in Ghana, West
Africa, and other places for 20
years before returning to Starke for
retirement. She was a member of
Pine Level Baptist Ch,,rrh
"When You Say It With Flowers r
It's Beautifully Gaid"
I 1iqcl l73. 7


JuFlo'st


(904)964-7711 I
218 N. Temple Ave. (
Starke V (^


She was preceded in death by her ESE students
husband, Francis LeRoy Miller. ESE students
Survivors include: a daughter,
Denia Miller of Starke; a son, Frank introd uced to
Miller of Texas; five grandchildren
and two great grandchildren, all of alternate
Texas.
Funeral services were held educational
Saturday,, December 22, 2007 at the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke with Rev. Roman areas
Alvarez officiating. Interment
followed at Cr6sby Lake BY ARNIE HARRIS
Cementery. Telegraph Staff Writer
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke was in charge of The behavioral unit at
arrangements. Bradford Middle School, under,


instructor T om Brown,
recently completed a carpentry
project that will be of great'
benefit to school counselors
who needed a place to store
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test materials.
The five students expertly
installed wooden shelves in
what had been six empty
cabinets.
"What was remarkable is
that the students, who had no
experience in carpentry,
completed the project in two
short days, putting in seven
hours each day," Brown said.
Brown, who has been a
lifelong amateur carpenter,
made it clear that the students
did all the work themselves,
under his guidance.
"I only ran the buzz saw for
obvious safety reasons," he
said.
The behavioral unit was
instituted last year with the
purpose of enhancing skills
and widening the educational
options for students who are
struggling with the regular
academic curriculum.


Wilma Addison
Gainey Williams
Wilma Addison Gainey
Williams, 92, of Lake Butler, died
Saturday, December 22, 2007, at
her daughter's home following an
extended illness.
Mrs. Williams was the daughter
of the late Ira Addison and Martha
Alvarez Addison. She was a
homemaker and a member of
Johnstown Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Willie Williams, and son,
Don Williams.
Survivors include: three
daughters, Clara Richards, Sara
Thomas, both of Lake Butler, and
Glenda Faye Terry of Troutville,
Va.; a. son, Ira Gainey of Lake
Butler; 11 grandchildren,. 20 great
grandchildren, and 2 great great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday, December 24, 2007 at the
Chapel of Archer Funeral of Lake
Butler with Rev. Preston Gainey
officiating. Burial followed at
Dekle Cemetery.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler was in charge of
arrangements.

Donald V. Glenn
Donald V. Glenn, 67, of Lake
Butler, died Wednesday, December
19, 2007 following an extended
illness.
Mr. Glenn was a native of
Hazard County, Ky. He was the son
of the late Edgar and Nora Dixon
Glenn and had leen a resident of
Lake Butler for the past 20 years,
having moved here from
Smithville, Tenn. He was a self-
employed stone mason and was a
christian.
Survivors include: his wife of 46
years, Linda Proffitt Glenn; five
sons, Donald Glenn, Jr of
Connersville, Ind., Jeffery A. Glenn
of Apopka, Darryl Glenn and Cody
Glenn, both of Lake Butler, and
Johnny "Travis" Glenn of Lake
City; two daughters, Rhonda Sue
.Jronson of Deltona, and Barbara
Karpinski of Lake City; two
brothers, Virgil Glenn of Laurel,
Ind., -and Bobby Glenn of
Rushville, Ind.; two sisters, Judith
Banks of Laurel, Ind., and Connie
Troutman of Andersonville, Ind.;
13 grandchildren and several great
grandchildren.
Graveside services were held
Friday, December 21, 2007 at Fort
Call Cementery with Rev. Ken
Karpinski officiating.
Dees-Parrish Family Funeral
Home of Lake City was in charge
of arrangements.


HH HWH ~h ~HH1ThTh


Posing next to the students' carpentry work (I-r) Instructor Tom Brown, teacher
aide Joe Vanvactor, student Terrell Brown, Principal Jeff Cable, student Kevin
Sampson.


"The program's objective is
to enable the students to be
more active on campus and to
open up other opportunities for
education," said BMS
Principal Jeff Cable.
This would entail, said
Brown, the students devoting a
part of their studies, once at
the high school level, at
Bradford-Union Area Career
and Technical Center where
they can pursue any vocational
area for which they might
show an aptitude.


ulk Stone
'ea Gravel
liver Rock
led Rock
Marble Chips
:rushed Concrete
railroad Ties




APE SUPPLY

,Starke g g1
3112 Prices & availability
subject to change
U.S. 301 without notice.


~* A.. **A


The program's inaugural
year in 2006-2007
concentrated on a blend of
academics, said Brown,
yielded very promising results.
"Based on annual
expectations, 75 percent of the
students showed a growth rate
of 50 percent in reading and a
75-percent growth rate in
mathematics," said Brown.
Credit for helping the
students achieve this progress
should go to teacher aides Joe
Vanvactor and Stephanie


Merrill, Brown'said.
Cable said the new program,
aside from existing at BMS,
has been implemented
countywide, with Southside
Elementary being the site for
grades kindergarten through
five, and Bradford High
School, grades eight through
12.
Brown said 'that more
projects, such as the one
recently completed, are being
contemplated before the end of
this school year.


Back & Neck Pain Clinic

"Modem methods
with old-fashioned concern."




Auto Accidents
Work Injuries
Headaches
Neck and Back Pain Dr. Virgil A. Berry
CHIROPRACTIC
Call Dr. Berry PHYSICIAN
Serving the Area For 18 Years


964-8018


J2


g o/I I Br uid a ,,u t], *Ri~-un)(;tr

Prm om -M ids-Tueo


[9041964-3100
212 East Call St.
Starke


T est Wl


Jeff Oody
President



BI

350 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
S(904) 964-7050


Hours:
Tues.-Fri.10-6
Sat. 10-5
Closed Sun & Mon


U,


ishesto

You and Yours!

We at Capital City Bank would
like to wish you a Blessed
Christmas and a Wonderful New"
Year!
Thanks to our clients and friends
for a terrific year ... \%e sincerely
appreciate your business.


ipital City

ink
Xcft.com
500 Green Way
Keystone Heights
(352) 473-4952
M MlER jl:


IV OFN


Spruce Up

Your

Landscape


Mulch B
Cypress Blend F
Colored Mulch *
*Pine Bark R
"Bulk or bagged" I
Horse Bedding C
Baled Pine Straw B*




SSTARKE LANDSC.
9620 SE S.. 100
Tues.-Fri. 7-5:30 (904] 964-
Sat. 7-3:30 0 U
S Closed Sun.&Mon. Approx. 2-miles E of .


Merry Happy
Christmas New Year

From All Of Us At

SAWYER GAS
OF STARKE
Thank you for your
patronage through the year
& we look forward to
serving you in the future!
| WENDELL DAVIS, MANAGER

352-468-1500 9449 US-301 S
800-683-1005 HAMPTON


I Fe amiyteicie nulPeentsative H althEam ninual WellWmnExm cool/Sort


* Family Medicine Annual Preventative Health Exams-Annual Well-Woman Exams School/Sports
Physicals Primary Care Neurology Opiate and Alcohol Dependency Treatment Pain Management

Str=&e 4euf w-ec (


Natalia Shiriaeva, M.D.



Accepting All Insurances and Self-Pay Patients


*Hg~iSo~~~aSEBI0


601 E. Call St.
Hwy. 230, Starke


77


Ali


lir


:














Editorial/O pinion

Thursday, Dec. 27, 2007 Page 4B



Wake up, America!


Wake up, America, before it's too
late! It's high noon and the clock
is ticking. The music you hear may
sound like "The Song of India," but
in reality it is the voice of the Indian
economy saying to America, "Lead,
follow or get out of the way, because
we are on the move."
Ever since the Revolutionary War,
America has been the measuring
rod by which other nations in the
world determine their standing in
inventions, manufacturing, education,
health, agriculture, transportation
and all other functions of a civilized
society. We have been patronized by
politicians to believe our way of life is
superior to that of other nations to the
extent that we are now in trouble on
many fronts and in danger of loosing
our vatinted number one position in
..several fields.
In the hundred years between 1850
and 1950, the United States was
without peer in almost every field,
but since World War II, the world has
shrunk with instant communication
and speedy transportation. Education
in many nations now exceeds that
of the United States, particularly in
the teaching of foreign languages,
mathematics and science in secondary
schools. Their brightest students are
slated for college while others attend
trade schools.
India is located in southeastAsia, the
seventh largest nation in geographical
area with the world's second largest
population, numbering 1.12 billion
people. Its southern coastline extends
into the Indian Ocean, much nearer-
the Equator than Key West, and its
northern boundary is about as far
north as Washington, D.C.. It is the
world's most populous democracy.
India, whose history dates back to
3300 B.C., was colonized by the
United Kingdom, coming under
British colonial rule before gaining
its independence and becoming a


SAN MATEO SEAFOOD


nation-state in 1947. Education has
strong government support, with 6
percent of the nation's gross domestic
product committed to schools. It has
dozens of universities with 18 being
designated as "central universities,"
ranking among the top 200 schools in
the world. Thirty percent of university
seats in medical and engineering
classrooms are reserved for female
students.
Indians are educated, energetic and
industrious, and taking industrial jobs
from other nations, notably the United
States. Textiles and electronics are
two fields in which Indians excel,
leaving Americans vulnerable and
unemployed as jobs have disappeared
from the American scene.. Indian
nationals are emigrating to the United
States, not to compete for entry-level
jobs, but as investors and owner-
operators of.businesses, with emphasis
on convenience stores and motels.
But India isn't the only beneficiary
of America's benevolence in shipping
jobs overseas, although its education
system gives it a decided advantage.
Automobiles with Japanese names
now dominate the market, with other
nations exporting cars and trucks
around the world. General Motors is
in serious financial trouble, and Ford
Motor Company is in even worse
condition, and may not survive.
Chrysler Motors is currently owned
by private investors and may be
offered for sale to Japanese investors.
The nation simply cannot afford to
lose the automobile industry.
World Wars I and II were won by
the manufacturing capacity of the
United States, but that ability has
eroded substantially in the past 50
years, and the nation is no longer in
position to provide allied nations with
arms and munitions as it did in times
past. America, are you listening?
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


EVENTS
Continued from page 1 B
families, snowbirds and new
area residents of all faiths to
spend New Year's Eve at the
church's alcohol-free evening.
Sandwiches snacks, fun,
fellowship and plenty of non-
alcoholic beverages will be
served free of charge. Board
games, contests, singing and
supervised children's activities
will begin at 8 p.m. and end at
1 p.m. A TV set will be tuned
into the festivities at Times
Square for diehard Dick Clark
fans.
Our Town Tavern, 7061
S.R. 21, hosts its annual all-
night New Year's Eve party,
with finger foods, champagne
at midnight and a full
breakfast. Fancy dress
recommended but optional.
Tickets and advance
reservations required. Couples
only. Call (352) 473-6892 for
further information.
The Smith Lake Bar, 5030
C.R. 214, is also sponsoring a
New Year's Eve party, starting
at 8 p.m. The evening features
party favors, hors d'oeuvres, a
champagne toast, a live band
and breakfast at I a.m. Dress
up or dress casual. Call (352)
473-4534 for details.
Flanagan's Sports Pub and
Grille on Commercial Circle
will host a New Year's Eve
Bash starting with a four-
course dinner from 7:30 p.m.
until 10 p.m.
There will also be live
entertainment, dancing and
games, party favors, a
champagne toast, cash bars,
and a breakfast bar from 12:30
to 1:30 a.m.
For reservations and
information call (352) 473-
1246
Also, the St. William
Catholic Church Feast of the
Solemnity of the Blessed
Virgin Mary, the Mother of
God, will be celebrated at 9
a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 1.

Union County
New Year's
Events
Worthington Springs First
Methodist Church will
celebrate with The New
Jerusalem Full Gospel Church
a night of prayer on Monday,
Dec. 31, from'9.p.'m. to
midnight. Refreshments will
be served. The Worthington
Springs Methodist Church is
located on S.R. 121, besides
the post office. For further
information, call (904) 533-
2235.
The Double Deuce lounge,
200 N.W. Fourth Ave. in Lake
Butler, will celebrate New


Weight Loss Solutions
A Physician-Supervised Weight Loss Program


Year's Eve with Karaoke,
music, party favors, door
prizes, drink specials and the
traditional black-eyed peas,


rice and greens for good luck
in 2008.
Call (386) 496-4793 for
information.


Part of a holiday tradition
Four dancers from Starke Academy of Dance
successfully auditioned for parts in the 42nd annual
production of Dance Alive's performance of "The
Nutcracker." The dancers performed this past
weekend, Dec. 14-16. Pictured are Savannah
Snowden, 13, Carson Elder, 9, Morgan Mann, 7, and
Emma Theus, 8. Savannah had the roles of Clara's
Friend and Mouse in Act I and Angel and Tumbler
(Mother Goose's children) in Act II. Carson was a
Party Child and Tumbler, and Morgan and Emma
were both Soldiers: This was Savannah's eighth
year in the production, Carson and Emma's second,
and Morgan's first. They look forward to trying out
along with more of their fellow dancers next fall.



lake's Landing

J a, George's la4e
Great Fishing!


NEW YEAR'S EVE


Fireworks
Hotdog S


s at midnight
tand all night


NEW YEAR'S DAY Black-eyed peas & Greens
COME WATCH THE Cooking Contest Starts at 2pm
FOOTBALLTCHAMEH 1, 2nd, 3rd Place Prizes.
FOWIOT AMS $$100, $75, $50
WITH USI Jake's Landing Gift Certificates
Directions: From Keystone/Melrose
S.R. 100 East, left at Coral Farms Rd., (386) 659-2665
Right on Putnam Rd., (George's Lake (3Jake 659-266
sign) right of Lake Dr., Jake's on left. www.JakesLanding.net


MaryLou Rieves, Sales Professional
to Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke


* Effective and Affordable
* Designed for individuals
with a BMI greater than 30
or those with medical
conditions related to
obesity


* Average weight loss of
26 Ibs at 3 months
and 37 Ibs at 6 months
* Free online consultation
on our website


See Client Results Free Online Consultation
at our website .

www.WeightLossGainesville.com


Call (352) 665-4786


MaryLou invites all her friends & family to stop by
and see our great selection of new & used vehicles.

. (904) 964-7500,,
1-888-4-1-CHEVY
CHEVROLET Hwy 301 North
A sTARKE Starke, FL 2


WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC.

"Proudly Serving North Central Florida"
Roll-off Container Service

Located at:
12469 West SR 100 Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Office: 386-496-DUMP Fax: 386-496-2523

Greg Waters
Operations Manager

FOR ALL OF YOUR CONTAINER NEEDS
20 YARD 30 YARD 40 YARD


IiiEll
OF. .1 iii i'='


[DISC OUNTSOGALORE!l
m


AP-








Dec. 27, 2007 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


CRIME __ _


Keystone
woman
arrested
A 61-year-old Keystone
Heights woman was arrested
after using her vehicle to rear
end another vehicle.
Catherine Marie Alessi was
arrested Dec. 18 by Clay
Deputy R.E. Dews for
aggravated assault, simple
battery, reckless driving and
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Alessi was charged with
grabbing the victim's arm in an
attempt to pull her from her
vehicle, Deputy Dews said.
When the victim drove away,
Alessi gave chase in her
vehicle.
As the victim turned onto
S.R. 21, Alessi raced up behind
and crashed into the rear,
Deputy Dews said. As the
victim accelerated, Alessi,
driving in excess of 80 mph,
continued the pursuit and
continued to ram the rear of the
vehicle, Deputy Dews said.
When Alessi's vehicle was
finally stopped, she started
screaming in an enraged state,
Deputy Dews said. During a
search the deputy found a crack
cocaine pipe in Alessi's purse.
She was additionally charged
with unlawful speed, Deputy
Dews said.
Damage to the vehicles was
moderate to minimal, Deputy
Dews said.

Union man
charged in
disturbance
A 44-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested Dec. 11 for
battery and disorderly
intoxication.
Thoulon Leon Tugerson was
creating a disturbance at Forest
Park Apartments. He appeared
to be under the influence of
alcohol and possibly narcotics,
Deputy Leslie Crews said. He
was shouting obscenities and
making threats about the
victim. He was charged with
striking her in the face, Deputy
SCrews said.
During the arrest process,
Tugerson became aggressive
and threatened to kill the
Vi'; et'iff AT the jail, Tigerson
refused to get out of the vehicle


and a Taser was used to make
Tugerson comply, Deputy
Crews said.

Teen flees
deputies-,
arrested
A 19-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested earlier this
month for resisting police.
Deputies were on patrol Dec.
12 in the area of Southwest
78th Avenue and Southwest
67th Trail at 10:25 p.m. when
they saw a man crouched down
next to a tree, according to
Deputy David Shane. There is a
high level of illegal narcotic
activity in the area, Deputy
Shane said. The man, Henry
Jackson III, fled, jumping a
fence to escape questioning,
Deputy Shane said. As Jackson
ran, he threw something into
the bushes. After approximately
two blocks, he was stopped and
handcuffed. Jackson said he ran
because he was scared, Deputy
Shane said.
Jackson was charged with
loitering and prowling and
resisting arrest without
violence, Deputy Shane said.
The K-9 was requested but
was unsuccessful in locating
any narcotics.

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:
A 15-year-old Lake Butler
juvenile was arrested Dec. 13
by Union Deputy Brett Handley
for grand theft auto. The teen,
who does not have a license,
took her grandmother's vehicle
without permission. Due to the
teen's recent behavior
problems, the grandmother
pressed charges. The juvenile
was detained at the jail until a
little after midnight and then
released to her motaier, Deputy
Handle said.
Angela Clarisse Heathco, 39,
of Lawtey was arrested Dec., 19
by Clay Deputy J.C. Saunders


for simple battery. Heathlco was
charged with hitting the victim
in the mouth and busting her
lip. The incident occurred at a
residence in Middleburg.
Heathco smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage, Deputy
Saunders said.
Stephen Eddie Arnold, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
15 by Union Deputy Leslie
Crews for disorderly conduct.
Arnold was involved in a
family disturbance. A witness
stated Arnold was intoxicated
and angry, and he fired his rifle.
Arnold refused to comply with
commands and continued to
argue. He was taken into
custody on the charge, Deputy
Crews said.
Brian Joseph Belche, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
13 by Union Deputy David
Shane for felony possession of
a controlled substance. Belche's
vehicle was traffic stopped on
C.R. 241 for reckless driving.
When questioned, he appeared
nervous and was asked if he had
anything illegal on his person
or in his vehicle, Deputy Shane
said. During a search, the
deputy located a. plastic bag
containing 16 white pills in the
console. The pills were Loritab.
Belche does not have a
prescription for the Loritab,
Deputy Shane said.
Hector M. Aviles, 22, of
Hampton was arrested Dec. 18.
by Starke Sgt. M.D. Watson
for possession of cannabis and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. During a traffic
stop the officer found marijuana
in Aviles' pocket. He was
released from custody after a
$2,000 surety bond was posted.
Brian Marquis Jones, 19, and
Denise Michelle Jenkins, 31,


NETTLES

TREE SERIJICE
Seeat Et. m ": FREE ESTIMATES
"DANGEROUS TREE REMOVAL"
Stump Grinding "WE BUY TIMBER"
Topping *Pruning 24 HR. EMERGENCY SVC. V
*Firewood Licensed & Insured Thomas Nettles
3I ,496-3749 I 136-867-1506 (owner)
10705 NW 83rd Ct., LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
S- -


both of Starke, were arrested
Dec. 20 by Starke Patrolman
Clint Lockhart for battery.
Jones was charged with striking
the victim in the head with his
fist during a confrontation. He
first gave another name to
police. He was additionally
charged with obstruction by
disguise. Jenkins was charged
with striking a second victim in
the face with a.glass beer bottle
causing a laceration, Patrolman
Lockhart said. Jenkins was
charged with aggravated battery,
Sgt. William Murray said.


Dec. 18 by Clay Deputy K.E.
Samuel for resisting an officer
without violence. Sinor was a
passenger in a vehicle that was
stopped on Blanding Boulevard
in Middleburg. When the
deputy stopped to assist, the
driver said his vehicle was
overheating. Sinor provided a
Social Security number which
was checked and revealed Sinor
had outstanding warrants for
failure to appear false
verification of ownership to
pawnshop, possession of
_ controlled substance and
possession of drug


William E. Sanders III, 25, ) paraphernalia.
of Starke was arrested Dec. 18 -
by Starke Sgt. William Brown t Kelly Frank Watson,, 40, of
for petit theft, two counts "Lake City was arrested Dec. 17
forgery, scheme to defraud and by Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson
on two counts uttering a forged on a writ of bodily attachment.
instrument. Sanders was He may purge by paying
charged with removing at least $969.15.
nine checks from a checkbook
belonging to the victim prior to Edd Dowbert Batt Jr., 23, of
Dec. 6. Sanders then forged the Worthington Springs was*
victim's signature and cashed arrested Dec. 11 by Deputy
two checks totalling $61.49 at Crews for failure to appear for a
Winn Dixie. Sanders' total misdemeanor offense. Bond was
bond is $22,500. set at $2,500.


Stephone A. Harper, 38, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 20 by
Patrolman Lockhart for breach
of peace. Harper was creating a
disturbance at T.H.E.
Apartments just after midnight.
She refused to listen to
commands and was placed in
custody, Patrolman Lockhart
said. A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.
Karl Baer, 36, of Melrose
was arrested Dec. 19 by Clay
deputies on a writ of
attachment.
Dean Ray Sinor, 40, of
Keystone Heights was arrested


Joan Ann Boyd, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 21 by Clay Deputy C.P.
Redmond on a warrant for
felony worthless checks. Bond
was set at $253..


woodmen of america

C Offering fraternal financial
services to help you reach
: our financial goals.
"~,Madllr.a e r 131-5As. S nr,: on n e." Inrou]I r.
ow n.' Afi .-..:. cl nlr.c h' : wr.:l, 1; 0 -1.e sijb! ..iire,'
' ,: .l:r a lnla I OI A, 1,n,: i- I 'u Avruec RocK
iI.I,1 IL i.]I, 309518 3 M T, tHASO.SIPi'


Traffic
Lance Ralph Felt, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 19 by Clay Deputy -M.J.
Maertz for driving under the
influence, driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
and refusal to submit. Deputies
responded to a vehicle that ran
of the roadway and flipped into
a ditch on C.R. 214 and Yale
Street. Felt was unable to stand
or walk without assistance but
refused medical treatment,
Deputy Maertz said. He failed
the field sobriety test and
refused further testing, Deputy
Maertz said. Felt was also
charged on a writ of bodily
attachment for failure to pay
child support. He may purge by
paying $1,000.




Jesus Rea-Conde, 18, of
Raiford was arrested Dec. 14 by
Deputy Crews for operating a
vehicle without "a license. Rea-
Conde has never had a license,
Deputy Crews said.
Cecil Young, 19, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 20 by Clay
deputies for failure to appear
DWLS.


Sabrina Roberts
District Agent
904-964-3375 Office
352-745-2101 Cell '
MODERN 1
r WOODMEN
% AMERICA
.""tani"" ~ cna


.CD23, ,h glie. Scrn uue.


Specializing in Pine & Hardwood
Custom Cutting Large Timbers
Sawdust & Shaving... $10 per yard
Josh Crawford 352-745-1565

Interior Design Senrices,




S(9040 .3230!

SA ',?. ;i": .' *' J- i~ o.,s *i.iii fl
Ioustom Window & Hei niTreatnients


Your

Satellite Sales Additional Cable Runs
and Services NETWORK & PhoneLines
'W -- Authorized Local Dealer
Paul Jones L.L.C.
Office: (904) 622-6492 Cell: (904) 364-6612
Fax: (904) 964-2447
Email: gjones01 @embarqmail.com


Manufacturing since.1986
**^**fl^B^^HRU


GREAT PRICES FRIENDLY SERVICE
EXCELLENT QUALITY
Builders and Homeowners Welcome
352-473-7417


gi Am i


The hometown bank you know and trust

has a holiday wish for a

-Happy 9New year

for you andfyourfamily!

t wishes from affyourfriends and neighbors who

provide for your banking and investing needs.




Community State Bank

www.communitystatebank-fl.com

STARKE LAKE BUTLER
811 S. Walnut St. ( 255 SE 6th St.
(904) 964-7830 MEMBER FDIC (386) 496-3333


I


a. -RHE: OF N.FLINC


Pickin in tme Park


at


DIXIELAND MUSIC PARK
US Hwy.301 S, Waldo, FL ..
(US 3Ot1S'behind the Classic Cafe Restaruant)
SAT. DEC. 29th win
% Starting at 7 PM :Nine,
o1CO ceD' Teaturing Tresa Jordan
-.-I IP .5 I 4


Lots of
Other Bands
performing too!
Bring Your
Lawn Chairs!


ore information call Classic Cafe 352-468-3988


---I








Page 6B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-B-SECTION Dec. 27, 2007


Classified Ads




Tri-Couny Classifieds
Bradford Union Clay
Reach over 20,500
Readers Every Week!


40 Notice
41 Vehicles Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 BOats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


INDEX
51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


Read our Classifieds on the

World Wide Web
www.BCTelearaph.com


Now


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Fond Supplements
70 SelfStorage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


CLASSIFIED DEADLINES
Word Ad Classified Tuesday, 12:00 noon
Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon

To place a Classified

Si USE YOUR PHONE

964-6305 473-2210 496-2261

NOTICE
Classified Advertising should be paid in advance unless credit has already been established with
the newspaper. A $3.00 service charge will be added to all billing to cover postage and handling.
All ads placed by phone are read back to the advertiser at the time of placement,. However, the
classified staff cannot be held responsible for mistakes .i classified advertising taken by phone.
The newspaper reserves the right to correctly classify arid edit all copy or to reject or cancel any
advertisements at any time. Only standard abbrevations will be accepted.


'informed that all dwellings
advertised in this riews-
paper are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimi-
nation, call HUD toll-free
at 1-800-669-9777, the
toll-free telephone num-
ber for the hearing im-
paired is 1-800-927-9275.
For further information
call Florida Commission
on Human Relations, Lisa
Sutherland 850-488-7082
ext #1005.
42 Motor
Vehicles
1992 LEXUS LS400, HIGH
MILES, RUNS GREAT,
reduced to $3995. Newer
battery and tires. Call
904-964-4111.
45 Land for
Sale
NEW LISTING FOUR 10
ACRE LOTS. $79,900
each. Raiford, zoned A4,
quiet, woods. Coral
Shores Realty, 904-885-
2135.
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONE/PUTNAM. Lots
for sale, 1/3 acre and up,
low down. Owner financ-
ing available. Call 1-800-
616-8373.
47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800


SOFT building with office,
barn, mini storage, 5
acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
ONE STORE IN HEART OF
DOWNTOWN 111 Call
St., $201,000 new roof,
designed for restaurant.
Also, one retail store,
downtown Starke,
$179,500 109 Call St.,
new roof, good for office,
retail, etc. Oall 904-964-
4111.
NEW PROFESSIONAL
OFFICES at 417 West
Call Street for lease. Ideal
for medical, legal, ac-
counting or business of-
fices. $350 including utili-
ties and taxes, or all 4 of-
fices for $290 each plus
utilities and taxes. Call
352-275-8531 today for a
walk through.
2/1 NEWLY REMODELED
HOME. New, 200 amp
wiring service, AC heat
pump, plumbing, floor
covering,, cabinets, elec-
tric fireplace. 2 miles from
Starke, North 301. Ask-


ing $85K, call 352-745-
0039.
48 Homes for
Sale
LAKE BUTLER 3BR/2BA
brick home with a great
workshop situated on a
very nice 2 acre parcel,
on a paved road. Drive by
and see at 9369 SW
152nd Ct. $249,900.
Juanita Carter 352-316-
1444. ERA Trend Realty.
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $995/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
PRICED TO SELL 2/1
LIKE NEW HOME. Com-
pletely remodeled. Ask-
ing $82,000. Call
Marlena at Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-422-0470 or
904-964-9222.
3/1 STUCCO HOME AT-
TACHED TO A 1/1 EFFI-
CIENCY. 6 acres with
additional above ground
septic, deep well with
possibility of additional
mobile home or RV. Lo-
cated 2 miles from Starke
on Hwy 100, 134th St.
$184,000, financing pos-
sible with approved
credit. Call John at 904-
964-6305.
2 BED 1 BATH, 29 gage
metal roof, new electrical
wiring, plumbing, AC unit,


Where one call
[does it all!
(9041964-6305 *(3521473-2210 *(3861496-2261


cabinets, floor covering,
Florida Power and Light
utilities, 2 miles N. of
Starke on 301, asking
$85,000. Phone (352)
745-0039.
49 Mobile Home
for Sale
TRIPLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME ON 4.5 ACRES in
Worthington Springs
area. Fenced and cross
fenced with paddock for
horses/livestock. Cen-
trally located between
Gainesville, Lake City
and Starke. Asking
$140,000 OBO. Call 386-
496-2756 or 352-258-
4473.
1994 14X78 SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME, 2/2, gas
furnace. Must move to
own property. $12,000,
call Mike at 352-256-
9482.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
POSSIBLE OWNER FI-
NANCE. Newly reno-
vated 2/1 14x61 on large
corner fenced lot with
deck and utility building.
Great location. Asking


$45,900 or $650/mth rent.
Call 352-473-5214.
'96 HOMES OF MERIT 2/2
'DOUBLEWIDE, $8,000.
Great starter home or
rental unit. Call 904-782-
3723.
LAND FOR SALE 2
ACRES INCLUDES ALL
IMPROVEMENTS, North
of Sanderson. $24,900,
call 904-259-8028.
"2008" 28X44 3/2,
FLEETWOOD, $29,900.
Call Lbrry at 904-259-
1100.
MACCLENNY LAND
HOME PACKAGE. New
1579 sq ft 3/2 upgraded
Satina Kitchen package
and more on 1.5 shaded
acres on the St. Mary's
Riyer. $135,000, 904-
259-8028.
ALL "2007" MUST GO.
Selling lot models at in-
voice. Including furniture
and decor. Must see to
believe. Call Larry at 904-
259-1100.
FOR SALE 1000 SO FT
COMMERCIAL BUILD-
ING on 121S, $80,000.
Call 904-259-8028.


50 For Rent
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
RENT MOBILE HOME
READY. No travel trailer
or RV. $250/mth,' call
904-796-0442.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior
citizens. Rooms with, pri-
vate bath, $115 $135. /
wk. Room without bath,
$100. Laundry facilities
available. Close to
churches, stores, down-
town shopping, theatre,
arid more! See Manager
at the Magnolia Hotel,
across from the Starke
Post Office. 904-964-
4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. CaU 352-468-
1323.
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.


40 Notices
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real es-
tate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or


discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an
intention to make any
such preference, limita-
tion or discrimination.''
Familial status includes
children under the age of
18 living with parents or


legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people
securing custody of chil-
dren under 18. This
newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any advertis-
ing for real estate which
is in violation of the law.
Our readers are hereby


Bad Credit? Get Pre-approved

online at:


www.Need2BuyACar.com


Bobby Campbell

Roofing, Inc.

Licensed & Insured

(904) 964-8304

FREE

ESTIMATES!
Li,. #CCC- 132,72
Employment opportunities available.
Call for more information.


Faulkner Realty, Inc.

Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker
I0I 41960409
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
faulknerrealty@embarqmail.com


Family. Owned & Operated
Commercial Residential


PO Box 82
Ft. White. FL 32038


Office: 386-497-1419
Toll Freel-866-9 LW-ROOF
Fax: 386-497-1452


We worKf rom
Start,to Finish!
"No Rll'.!,


Licensed Bonded
S Insured
Workers Comp.
License # RC0067442


ALMOST FINISHED with
a total renovation on this
2-story 3,500+SF located
on historic Walnut St.
Granite kitchen counter-
tops, upgraded lighting,
hardwood floors, you just
j "leto see.tbiS1 one. :
$450,00, ,
RENTAL 2/1 Home in Raiford $650
per month.
, COMMERAL SITES available,
Vacant or with buildings.


WALK TO SOUTHSIDE SCHOOL
from this 3BR/1.5BA, completely
remodeled home. Tile floors in
kitchen and baths, new carpet, all
new kitchen cabinets and lots of
them! New appliances, garage.
Priced for quick sale. $1[39,900

LARGE AND SMALL
PARCELS located in Bradford
-County, for mobile homes or
homes. Owner financing
available. Call for prices and
locations.


CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submitted
to the Starke office in writ-
ing & paid in advance un-
less credit has already
been established with this
office. A $3.00 SERVICE
CHARGE will be adririd to
all billings td cover post-
age & handling. THE
CLASSIFIED STAFF
CANNOT BE HELD RE-
SPONSIBLE FOR MIS-
TAKES IN CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline is Tuesday at 12
noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is $8.50


We Cart ft OPEN 224
CNRTOwner: Buddy Browder


wWi.wOcartit.com w 19563 NWSR 161
Starke, FL

We Haul Redi-MIxed Concrete
Sn our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
01?1our plant to your reil-forms.
$149 per yd + tax- delivered vyon!
S1-yard = 80 sq. ft. at 4" deep


The CS 1820,


Ruggedly built, with fast processing speeds,
versatile paper handling, iojng-lie consumooles.
and low total cost of ownership thl-e FS-1800+ is the
ideal choice for any small ...ork girup or
department requiring up. .:. 65 000 print per mc.nth
Standard with a 500 sheei paper orower. 100 sheet
multi-purpose tray and 8MB o0 RAM the FS- I800+
grows right along with your .usiness. with options
like duplex printing additional paper sources.
sorter/mailbox and hard disk dr,/e


UNION TREE SERVICE

"We Specialize in Dangerous Trees" te D

NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL G inudTng

Licensed & Insured Residential & Commercial 'VW
For the est Prices & Job for ALL your tree care needs contact

Owner: Albert at 386-867-0214 or 386-496-2006


7408 SR 21 N.
Keystone Heights, FL

Showcase Properties, Inc.

352-473-4903 0 1-800-397-6874




Have0a Happy



Prosperous New Year!


from the staff of

Century 21

Showcase Properties


(904)
964-5764


Visit our Web page www.century21showcase.net N -


&




- - ~


FROM$0PERMONT


and the CS 2050


20 pages per minute, intelligent
work flow control. The CS-2050 offers critical
document imaging solutions that today's cost-
conscious businesses demand. This superior multi-
function system delivers crisp 600x600 dpi output
while offering unparalleled control. Users will ha. e
the ability to customize print settings and select
output features directly from their desktops,
enhancing overall office productivity and work tlow
Ideal for high-performance, medium-sized wcrk
groups, the CS-2050 handles copies up to 30,000
pages per month with optional high-resolution
scanning and network fax capabilities.


I


-- I


BFROM $85Pt!R~MONTH-


Let us evaluate connecting all your computers to a copier printer ...
copy cost per page is greatly reduced

.. or ...

We have color printers that will offer you brilliant reproduction in full color.





CALL RUSTY FOR INFORMATION


THE OFFICE SHOP
20-YEARS EXPERIENCE ON ALL OFFICE MACHINE REPAIRS


110 W. Call St., Starke, FL FAX:

t us quote your omna order.. (904) 964-6905


00


l fJ .............. m


'o
s Imates


wommm-- --"Now


F Shingles, Flat Rool's &NIetal Roofs.. Builtr'Up Roofs
Single Play, Modified, Nlobile Homes Re-Roof Specialists


i
i


r4g,


000.000woo-


-qqq










Dec. 2. -EGRAIPr, ....c-S & MON .. ..--B-SECTION Page 7B


Classified Ads


'~~i-3 r'
- ,.."r-}T
-- '-1.


Read our Classifieds on the

World Wide Web

www.BCTelearaph.com


Where one call

does it all!


(9041964-6305 *(3521473-2210 *(3861496-2261


2/1 MOBILE HOME ON 1/3
ACRE $325/mth plus
$200/dep. Pets OK. Call
352-258-0865.
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $995/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
RENT TO OWN MOBILE
HOME IN COMMUNITY
SETTING No banks,
flexible terms. Lake But-
ler area. Call 386-496-
8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, Lake Butler, FI
32054. Ph: 386-496-
3141, TDD/TTY 711.
Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3
& 4 BR HC & non HC ac-
cessible apartments.
Laundry facility & play-
ground. Water, sewer &
garbage provided. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
2 NEWLY REMODELED
upstairs apartments in
downtown Starke. 1 2/
BR apartment,. CH/A,
$500 month. 1st, last, and
security deposit. Call


Joan at 904-964-4303.
ONE MONTH FREE 2, 3
& 4 BEDROOM spacious
apartment homes starting
at $525. Water included,
w/d hook-ups, fitness
center, computer room,
pool, volleyball court, kids
play area, clubhouse with
big screen TV, great resi-
dent activities, walking
distance to schools. Pets
welcome! Whispering
Oaks Apartments, call
904-368-0007.
3BR/2BA ON LAKE
GENEVA 3 blocks from
schools. $895 per month.
Call 352-222-9111.
ON LAKE GENEVA
MCDONALD'S MOBILE
HOME PARK. 1, 2 and
3BR for rent. Call 904-
445-8669.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKEFRONT LARGE 2/
2 brick home, 2 1/2 ga-
rage, many extras, great
view. $850/mth, call 678-
640-1524.
THE ORANGE HOUSE on
Orchid Ave is for rent.
2BR/1BA, service ani-
mals only. Friday 6pm to
7pm, Saturday noon-


Ray's

Mobile Home Skirting;, LLC
All colors, all Stucco
Brick, Stone, & Texture Patterns

Nn 91


Home
Cell
Fax


(352) 473-4021
(386) 937-4090
(352) 473-2165


3pm. $700 per month.
Call 904-504-5844.
HOME FOR RENT. Very
nice 3/2 house close to
KHES/KHHS with many
amenities. $1.075/mth.
640 SW Caidinal Dr. For
more details, contact Tia
at 904-887-1231. Shown
by appointment only.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Newly renovated 2/1
14x61 on large corner
fenced lot with deck and
utility building. Great lo-
cation. $650/mth rent or
will sell for $45,900 with
possible owner finance.
Call 352-473-5214.
APARTMENT FOR RENT,
$500/MTH. First and last
month rent required. Lo-
cated on Orange Street,
Starke. Call 904-964-
7404.
STARKE, FLORIDA 3/1
NEWLY REMODELED.
$750/mth plus security.
Service animals only.
Call 352-473-8055.
2/1 WITH YARD IN
MELROSE QUIET
COUNTRY SETTING.
New paint and flooring.
$450/mth, $300/dep. Call
352-475-6285.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
HOME ON SMITH LAKE,
just off CR214. 2/1, many
upgrades, very clean.
$650/mth, first and last
required. Call 352-475-
5671 or 352-235-0729.
$499 MOVE-IN SPECIAL.
2 & 3 BR mobile homes.
Hidden Oaks Manufac-
tured Home Community,
Lake Butler. Call for de-
tails, 386-496-8111.
2BR/1BA HOME, very
clean in good location for
children, $450.00 per
month. Call 904-368-
p832.
FRESHLY PAINTED 2BR
unfurnished apartments
for rent. Located near
shopping and drug
stores. $500 per month
with security deposit. Call
964-6302 ask for Melisa.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON
ONE ACRE CH/A, new
carpet, covered deck.
$650/mth plus deposit.
Service animals only.


FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South only 3/10 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
* Ideal LocatioVne
Cair(9o40 t-3827


Quick Copy
WHILE YOU WAIT


Owners:
Ray & Bonnie
Forsythe
Keystone Heights, FL


BATHROOM

REMODELING + MORE
HANDYMAN SERVICES
Complete bathroom remodeling, including wal
and floor tile work. Tub and shower conversion,
remodeling. From kitchen, bath to exterior repairs
wall-floor-tileworkLbuilt-Inshower seating.
References Available.
Lic. #202105 i 1ia il '

S' Call Sieve, (9041465-0078
or (3521468-2515 1
--- , , ,


T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Otlmee Open: Monday Friday 8:00 ito4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133
V/oea rry Access 1-800-545-1833fxt. 381 .,,s


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


.Clepenby
*HoffieRepi
PrevssiureWasbhi
"Odd Jecs
-YarrlWork
*GardenRoto-Tilling
SLkeznsed & ianwied


*Site Cean Up
-Tra~sh Remnoval
* PineBark&C~'rsmfuldu
*FirewoodFoe-Sale
,FnreE'dmates


Owner: Kerr, Whitfird




Southern Timerco, Inc.











We buy timber.

Pine and Hardwoods

S ill 8 Lar ,.. Tracts

Josh Crawford Michael Hardee

352-745-1 565 904-364-6907


Check out the Classifieds for a job
fit just for you.


ZElje irabforb Countp Eclegrapo
131 West Call Street Starke, FL
904-964-6305 Fax: 904-964-8628


50


Per Copy
Quantity discounts available.

r SPECIALS! I
1000 COPIES s-
I blackawhltB_ 5 4
1 I' *1l II '1111'iIl I

2 slded 6.




110 WEST CALL ST., STARKE
(904) 964-5764 .
Fax (904) 964-6905
Fut, Friendly, Profuilonl Help


Call 352-468-3221.
52 Animals and
Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation.
GATOR CLASSIC SPE-
CIAL NEW YEAR'S DAY
HORSE SALE. Tuesday,
January 1, Starke, FL.
Tack 10:30am, horses
2:30pm. Consign now,
660-258-4040.
Lic#FLN2122.
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL -
LAB PUPS, $200 EACH.
Call 904-705-8212.
SNOW WHITE ROOST-
ERS AND OLD ENGLISH
BANTAMS, $10 each,
Call 904-964-3704.
57 For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. 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.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice


ROOMS

FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey,.R l $35i a U
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rrm Service
Microwave- CableHBO
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


LlAKECITY

Educator Preparation
Institute Recruiter
(Grant Funded
,Position)
Professional position,..
assilsting the Direcior,
Teacher Preparation
Programs and the EPI
Coordinator with the
Alternative Certification
Program. Bachelor's
degree and two years
related professional
experience. Education
degree preferred. Must
have valid Florida
driver's license and
reliable transportation.
Computer literate.
Salary: $28,962
annually, plus benefits.
Application deadline:
January 21,2008
College application and
transcripts required. Full
position details and
application available on
the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resources
149 SE.College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.
edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in Education &
Employment


$100. Call 352-372-8588.
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS -
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Phone, 904-
782-3172 or 904-509-
9126.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, deliv-
ery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
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.
LOOKING FOR GENTLE-
MAN IN BROKER
WHO IS TRYING TO
SELL A CRANE. Please
contact Yelton Construc-
tion, 904-819-9141.
57
52 INCH BIG SCREEN
TELEVISION. Asking
$300. Call 904-964-6387.
SEVEN VINYL LEE
MIDDLETON ORIGINAL
DOLLS, $90 each. Cot-
tage style white cabinet
with shutter doors, 66"
tall, 22" deep, 35"'wide, 2
shelves, all wood, $350.
Call 352-473-7362.
SELF DIRECTED Adminis-
trative Assistant with'
Microsoft Word, Excel
and data entry experi-
ence. Excellent verbal
and written communica-
tion skills are required,
Please fax resume to
(904) 259-9707.
STEEL BUILDING Sale, up
to 50% off. All sizes avail-
able, can erect. Call 904-
591-1631.
















?4 LAKE CITY
u- t INIIiCn 11 1i
SENIOR STAFF
.ASSISTANT
GRANT FUNDED
Supports the Banner
Center Director with
secretarial tasks. High
school graduate or
equivalent niih iouf
)ears secretarial or
clerical experience.
Special consideration to
applicants with associate
degree or certificate in
related area. Strong
computer and
organizational skills.
Must be able to create
and maintain Excel
spreadsheets. Proficient
in Word. Able to
coordinate events and
handle multiple
priorities.
Salary: $23,827 annually,
plus benefits
Application deadline:
January 11, 2008
College application
required. Position details
and application available
on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resources
Lake City Community
College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.
edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in Education &
Employment


59 Personal
Services
GOLDEN FAITH MINIS-
TRIES BOOKS AND
GIFTS STORE IS NOW
OPEN! Located at 101
Edwards Rd., Starke.
Call 904-964-7579.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages. 1-
800-284-1144.
PECANS We buy, sell and
crack. Wainwright's. 904-
964-5811.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trimming,
landscape design. Rea-
sonable rates, free esti-
mates. Commercial &
residential. Licensed and
insured. Call 386-719-
2200, if no answer please
leave message.
GRAHAM'S MOWING
SERVICE Residential,
commercial, custom bush
hogging and rough
woods mowing. Weekly
service available. Free
estimates, 386-752-4641
or 386-623-1026.
WINDAL'S CONCRETE -
SLABS, DRIVEWAYS,
patios, sidewalks and


tractor work. Licensed
and insured. Call 904-
237-6101 cell or 904-782-
3606.
64 Business
Opportunities
AVON CHRISTMAS SEA-
SON, EARN EXTRA $$$
Start today, $10 start-up
fee, 50% to start. Call
Sherry at 904-964-8851
or 800-269-4216 code 05.
LIQUOR LICENSE -
Bradford County. No
transfer fee.
RealtyMasters, Realtors.
800-523-7651.

65 Help Wanted
COMPANY SPECIALIZING
in Erosion control now hir-
ing the following posi-
tions: Class A CDL driv-
ers, Crew leaders, me-
chanic, equipment opera-
tors, laborers valid Driv-
ers license a Must! Fax
resume to 904-275-3292
or call 904-275-4960,
EOE. Drug Free Work-
place.
CAREGIVER CNA and/or
2 years experience work-
ing with elderly or dis-
abled clients. 2 or 3 days
per week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
ELECTRICIAN WITH expe-
rience, Prestige Electric.
Call 352-745-0650.
GOOD PAY AND BEN-
EFITS Are you tired of
minimum pay and no ben-
efits? It all starts here
We provide training ir


1 MONTH FREE!

2, 3, & 4 bedroom Spacious Apartment
Homes starting at $525.00
Water included W/D Hook ups
Fitness Center Computer Room.
Pool Volleyball Court Kids Play Area
Clubhouse with big screen TV
Great resident activities.
Walking distance to school.
Pets Welcome!
Whispering Oaks Apartments

Call 904-368-0007



Now Hiring
Fulltime Real Estate Professionals
Retirement Benefits, incl. Health
Excellent Training Program.
Up to 90/10 Commission Splits
No Desk Fees .
- '50-G Program.
- 401 kProgra .
Call Stacy at:


various technical fields.
Receive great pay while
in training, 100% medical
and dental coverage, and
more. No experience
necessary. 17-34 year
old, H.S. grads. Call 1-
800-342-8123, Mon.- Fri.
ARMED SECURITY OF-
FICERS D-G
Gainesville, FL. Full-time,
$10.50/hr. Mon.-Fri, 2pm
til 10pm, great benefits.
Call 904-399-1813. EOE,
M/F/D/N.
ELECTRICIANS need valid
drivers license. Ray's
Electric of Keystone. Call
352-475-1715.
TRUCK DRIVER CLASS
A OR B WITH HAZMAT
and tanker endorsement.
Local routes only. Call
Stone Transport, 904-
259-2314 or apply in per-
son, 253 E. Florida Ave.,
Macclenny.

CLEANING PERSON
NEEDED FOR LAKE
BUTLER business.
Nights, approx. 10 hours/
wk, M-F. Call 888-849-
8234.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER -
CLASS A OR B CDL.
Experienced, clean
record. WCC Site Devel-
opment, Brooker, FL 352-
485-2779.
BRADFORD TERRACE, a
Skilled Nursing Facility is
now accepting applica-


tions for FT CNAs, all
shifts. Apply in person at
Bradford Terrace, 808 S.
Colley Rd., Starke, FL
32091. (904)964-6220,
DFWP/EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for RNs and
LPNs FT all shifts. Apply
in person at Bradford Ter-
race, 808 S. Colley Rd.,
Starke, FL 32091. 904-
964-6220, DFWP/EOE.
NEEDED CAREGIVERS- 4
clients in their homes. FT/
PT. Starke and Keystone
Heights area. Up to $10
per hour. Fax resume or
contact information to
904-621-9997 or email
jaxhomehelpers
@bellsouth.net.
INTERESTED in a career
as a CNA (Certified Nurs-
ing Assistant)? Enroll in
the Patient Care Assistant
program at Lake City
Community College.
Classes start in January.
For more information call
386-754-4404.
ACCOUNTING CLERK
TRAINEE, City of Lake
Butler. Full time position.
Job description, require-
ments and applications
available at 200 SW 1st
Street, Lake Butler, FL
32054 Pay range: $8.50
to $9.00 per hour. Excel-
lent benefits including
$2.01/ hr supplement in
lieu of health insurance.


F Ro aiWorks
Alackita/Bradlert 4 A Community artlashli

If your New Year's resolutions include
finding a job, or improving your career or
business, then plan to take advantage" of
the many services that FloridaWorks has
to offer.
Visit us at 819 S. Walnut St., Starke
or visit us online at
www.floridaworksonline.com
904-964-8092


Full Time Positions Available

Workshop Mechanics Fully skilled,
must have import experience, own
tools, some motorsport experience is
preferred.

Grounds Maint. Worker Must have
exp. and be able to drive a tractor /
mower.

Front Office Person Must be
experienced, good knowledge of
.,computing, good phone manner and
communicatoro. ;,s

Sales and Marketinq Must be
experienced, knowledge of
motorsport

Very good working conditions, good
rates of pay, some weekend work.
Contact ERS at 352-473-2999
or gorally@gorally.com
Based at Keystone Heights Airport


I,






* No experience Needed






Top Pay


* 5 Day Work Week


* Commissions up to 40%


Will Train Guaranteed Salary


Male or Female


Call Kevin Campbell


(904) 964-3200


CH R YS LFR


(904) 964-EXIT
107C Edwards Rd., Starke, FL


Secure your future..,

in the Classifieds.


" 1 111







Page 8B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITR--B-SECTION Dec. 27, 2007






.4 OF ka
,4 dtta wy t do d t2


Ut


- EU ++.

'.1'7i'I


C

& ~


VMRORUV G00An



317ir. r'-...c ar, E.i.i-,n s
Last of the Big Cougars! $ 9
Stk #C73001A


'06 CHEVY HHR




27, 856 miles, 13999


'06 CHEVY IMPALA


Only 5,800 Miles!'
LIKE NEW!
Stk #T84006A


$259;m


Economical
& Sporty, 129 .
Stk #9802 /


'06 CHEVY COBALT
,, .- "' i m- "sg


27k miles,
Stk #9795


$175*/M'


212 SUZUKI GRAND VITARI '04 FORD MUSTANG '04 CHEVY SILVERADO '02 FORD F-250 4WD Diesel '07 FORD TAURUS
N-1~
1",i i p *' 2 / I ....NI
t ,


Runs Great! S **
Stk#S72011A


Sharp & Sporty! 299 Loaded Diesel 24999 Fctory Warrnty 199
Stk #72006BB Stk #T72104A '20" Chrome Wheels uLike New no
11a n$9 inStk #$72008B A6ro99 h Stk #9e797 S9 /me


'05 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER '04 CHEVY TRACKER 4WD '07 CHEVY UPLANDER
l^ycS;^^^^1 mm-wy3 do~ -so1 fs~fjr^" a^ l
, ^ ^ ^" yT a1 ../c~.. '-.' "-.'-,:: .1. .~i _.B v -N-a'


Great Gas Mileage,
Stk#9793 Sporty S ,k 9 Great Family Ride!
no Stk #9789 S29%MO Sk #9801


$


32k miles, Remainder of t 229
Fct. Warranty 2
a(StkI9796 1111/m0


7 Certified
|is, USED VEHICLES


*72lao ws~. 1 t A0.0% AP*,lg Ine krU : 9 S) a c- ...
ff72rro! w~c 14,, P. TaAPRta& win GMar Ian*:r1, 3-
VWAG'72 mos fd)6 5W.,APP Taw 13gglillaar-d T)' 50 dvaltin' [-'.. -E --:'I -
"Plus Wv, tag .1 16 un a j 3 5'.' Ci. ai5 E


Bill Adams Tom Adams Rick RiR1.111 ike Iam Jaon 'Kelly MaryLou Rieves
Nner (',Ww )Aklan~eq &A s a shw A69,0 Se aMknpSales Pmke.. lM 'ee or,
ANAER (
R= VOLJTION Service9*Supports, E


Richard Foster Steve Biozek GarbyMelvin Kurt As
Sale, Pro ..,C,',al S Sw r.1 C. 7",, 1.. Marg,,'


Experience Excellence


Xevr weit ~Farmw A4 1eWI -09


~


.1
-~ *~Sv ~


GAU TOBAY!
(904) 964-7500
1-888-4-1-CHEVY
US Hwy 301 North Starke, FL
www.BillAdamsChevy.com


One Owner!
Low Miles!
Stk #T73015A


Lei it
ENFORECI, URE3


EPTE


r














Features and Sports

Section C: Thursday, Dec. 27, 2007 Telegraph Times Monitor


Surveys say: Nurses enjoy

work at Shands Starke


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A question hospital
administrators are faced with
is, "How do you provide
excellent care?" One way to go
about that is to provide an
environment that not only
,keeps the current nurses
happy, but is attractive to other
potential nurses as well.
Well, Shands Starke,
judging by survey results
compiled by an outside
vendor, appears to be doing
just that, which in turn equates
to better customer service for
those who visit the hospital.
Every year, the Shands


Health Care organization as a
whole participates in an
employee engagement survey.
For the past two years, Shands
Starke has posted the highest
percentage of Shands nurses'
satisfaction in the system at 87
percent.
Andrea Waterhouse, chief
nursing officer, said nurses are
asked various questions as part
of the survey dealing with
issues such as satisfaction wi-th
their overall work environment
and their relationship with and
level of trust they have with
their managers.
Waterhouse said the survey
results the past two years show


Julie Klepfer prepares medication for
administration.


the hospital is an appealing
place for nurses to work.
Whereas in the past nurses in
this area may have driven by
the hospital on their way to
jobs at hospitals in Gainesville
or Jacksonville, they are now,
as Waterhouse put it,
"flocking" to Shands Starke.
The hospital currently has
more than 60 nurses
throughout the different areas
of the hospital.
"I don't know a nurse alive
who doesn't want to work in a
great hospital," Waterhouse
said.
So what makes Shands
Starke "great?" Waterhouse
alludes to the technological
advancements the hospital has
made, but she and Gayle
Nicula, director of support
services/QA, also mention the
fact the hospital has an
employee-reward program.
Nicula said she feels that is a
big part of the current nurse
retention rate at the hospital.
"I think what keeps them
here is we do reward and we
do recognize our nurses,"
Nicula said.
Julie Klepfer, who has been
working at Shands Starke for
approximately six months, said
it is nice to be recognized by a
hospital's administration--
something she said she has not
experienced at larger hospitals.
"It means a lot to be
recognized," she said. "It
makes you feel good that
somebody notices."
Craig Starling, who has
worked as a nurse at Shands
Starke for approximately two
years, said another reason he
enjoys working at the hospital
is because of his fellow nurses.
They enjoy a camaraderie that
results in a family atmosphere.
Starling said if one nurse has
something come outside of the
See SHANDS, p. 2C


Alice Stewart and Kathy Bass are pictured with the brand new automated
medication dispensing cabinet in the Shands Starke emergency room.


New farmer's
market offers
more than
local foods
Locally grown produce is
simply fresher than produce
that has traveled from
California or Peru. Local
honey is known to alleviate
allergies to local pollen.
Locally baked breads and
cakes are so fresh they don't
need preservatives. Find all
this and a festive community
atmosphere at the new
Bradford Farmers Market,
opening Saturday, Jan. 5.
The Bradford Farmers
Market ribbon cutting at 8 a.m.
on opening day will feature
many local dignitaries, as well
as a plethora of local growers
and bakers. Founding vendors
will set up market booths at the
Bradford Health Department
on.U.S. 301 in Starke, next to
Bill Adams Chevrolet.
, Because the market
promotes local agriculture,
customers will find seasonal
produce and other goods that
are fresher than most road-
weary foods. That means
fruits and vegetables will have
more flavor, more nutritional
value and customers can talk
to the people who actually
grew or made the products.
Besides learning more about
the foods they buy to eat,
customers will be supporting
local growers.
When a grower sells to a
wholesale house, he gives a
(ion's share of the final cost of
the product to the middlemen
who market and transport the
food to the consumer. Often
the consumer pays more for
wholesale-delivered produce
than they do when they buy
direct from the farmer.
Most of the food you find in
the grocery store used a lot of
petroleum from seed to shelf.
Large industrial farms that
plant a single crop and use
conventional growing methods
use lots of fertilizer and
pesticides derived from
petroleum.' They plant, apply
fertilizers and pesticides,
cultivate and harvest using
farm machines that run on
See MARKET, p. 2C


You know you need life insurance.
In fact, you probably
already know your agent.


Call me and I'll help you get the right life insurance
for you and your family.


Elbert Arnold Southall, Agent
119 N Walnut Street
Starke, FL 32091-1117
Bus: 904-964-5391
elbert.southall.b2vz@statefarm.com


STATEAND FISHING TACKLE I '" .
A M- JOIN US WEEKLY FOR SUPER FUN
LE' Hours:
INSURANCE Wed. $1 Beer Nite (most beers) Sun-Tues-Wed-Thurs 7 am to 12 midnight
AO O D NEIHFri & Sat 7 am to 2 pm
LIKE A GOODNEIGHBOR,, Thurs. FREE Pool 7 11 pm Cosd Monday
STATE FARM IS THIERE.T" Fri. Karoake or DJ Sat Open Juke Box 904-964-93741
| -- SW 75th Ave 3 miles west of Starke on SR 100
State Farm Life insurance Company (Nol licensed in MA, NYand W). S(ae Farm Life and AccidentAssuranceCompany t
P062048 2/07 (Licensed in NY or WI). -Bloomington, II





Rememberf... Now through December 31,


$200 Wal-


C


art Gift Card


With Any New or Used Vehicle Purchase



TOLL FREE S"U

186 65 23 15000 US 301 SOUTH K F
/}' *-,",,, I, O U U' z "-,--v '.t 15000 US 301 SOUTH In STARKE, FL


L
to
I


TW









Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Dec. 27, 2007


0 lkf1

MOW i
IL 4L l, ..


-A ~ A~



w~ -JA


S -. . .. '

f -



g .


The new Bradford Farmers Market-will not only
promote local agriculture, but provide fresh food as
well. The market opens Saturday, Jan. 5, at 8 a.m. at
the Bradford County Department 'of Health, located
next to Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke on U.S. 301.


MARKET-
Continued from page 1C

diesel. Then it's trucked to a
wholesale house or
manufacturing plant for
processing, marketing- and
distribution. After this energy-
consuming processing, the
final product is trucked to your
store where it is displayed
undei bright lights in coolers
or on air-conditioned shelves.
According to "Animal,
Vegetable, Miracle" by
Barbara Kingsolver, it takes
more fuel calories to bring the
food .to market than the food
brings to the table.
Farmers markets also help
reduce packaging waste.
Unlike the supermarket; most
market growers don't pack
produce in foam trays with
plastic wrap. The Bradford',
Farmers Market market
manager station will have a
collection site for customers to
bring their clean, used grocery
bags. Those bags will be
redistributed to the market's
growers to use in their stalls.
Here's more of what you can
expect on opening day:
-Danny Crawford of
Crawford Farms will bring
fruits and vegetables grown in
and around Starke.
-The Olde Tyme Bread
House promises breads, cakes,
pies and cookies.
-Sam Williams of Cognito
Farm features all-natural,
pesticide-free lettuce, greens,
herbs and other seasonal
produce.
-Ruben Josey and Amanda
Kerns of Josey's Honey offer a
huge variety of honey and
honey products like lip balm.
-Edyth Robinson of RBH
will offer dried bottled spices
and a spice cookbook to help
shoppers prepare their fresh
produce.
-Donna Kay and Arthur
Wilson of D&K Aquaponics
will bring hydroponically-
grown produce and herbs.
--Dwight Camp of Camp
Farm in Alachua will offer
certified organic produce.
-On farm sales will be
promoted as well, including
grass-fed beef and tilapia.
All Bradford Farmers
Market vendors grow or bring
product that has been grown
within 75 miles of the market.
Interested vendors should
contact market management by
visiting www.bradfordfarmers
market.com. Market fees f6r
folks selling locally grown or
made products is $10 per
market day, or as low as $5 a
day when the vendor prepays
for the whole 36-week season.
An application must be filled
out before coming to vend.
All rules and forms are on the
Web site or by calling Sam
Williams at (904) 964-2616.
The Bradford Farmers
Market is a great place for
local musicians to showcase
their talents. Steel Country
will play on opening day.
Organizers Marilyn Dye and



We must stop talking
about the American
dream and start
listening to the dreams
of Americans.
Max Beerbohm


HANDS
Continued from page 1C

hospital he or she has to tend
to, there is always another
willing to step in and cover
that shift.
"There is not one person I
do not want to work with here
at this hospital," Starling said.
"Everybody is a team player."
Klepfer, too, has noticed that
family atmosphere, which
helps make Shands Starke an
"awesome" place to work, she
said. Klepfer was persuaded by
her sister, Lisa, who is an
emergency department nurse
manager at Shands Starke, into
leaving a position as an
assistant nurse manager at
Baptist Medical Center to
come work in Starke.
She has no regrets.
"The staff is great," she said.
"There is a lot of camaraderie.
Everybody seems to work
together really well."
The hope is that if nurses are
satisfied with their work
environment, they will provide
better customer service. That is
another area in which Shands
Starke participates with
outside vendors, who collect
data pertaining to the
satisfaction of care patients at
the -hospital receives. Nicula
said one vendor calls 34


emergency room patients

every month, asking them
about the level of care they
received.
"We want to know," Nicula
said. "Did you receive
excellent care?"
Starling said "excellent
care" can be defined
differently by different
patients. That's why he and the
other nurses ask patients
several questions to determine
how they can best meet their
needs and provide that level of
care.
"That way, we're providing
personalized service to that
individual patient to meet their
needs," Starling said. "It could
be anything from their pain
being controlled to having very
good food or having their bed
turned down every day-
whatever personalized service
they require."
It's one thing to ask patients
how to best serve them, but to
truly best meet their needs,
nurses must care about what
they do. Waterhouse feels the
nurses at Shands Starke do
care about helping their
patients as best as they can.
"We've got excellent
nurses," she said. "We have
the most professional staff
we've ever had here."
Starling said he considers it
an honor and very rewarding
to simply contribute something


Sam Williams hope to have a
different musician or
entertainer each market day.
The entertainer won't pay a
booth fee and can passively
collect tips if they desire.
Interested entertainers should
contact market management
via the Web site listed above.
The Bradford Farmers
Market will also have an
information booth each week
to distribute free healthy living
information. Organizations
like the American Cancer
Society and other health- or
safety-related groups are
encouraged to contact the
market managers as well to get
on the schedule and be the
single featured information
booth for a market day. The
market will not charge a fee to
the organizations, that provide
free information tobthe public.


Marc Jackson


964-6078


W.B. McKinney


Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to all of you

from all of us at Jackson's!
At this time of year our attention is focused on Christmas. On behalf of the stockholders; officers ,
directors and employees of Jackson Building Supply, I would like to thank you all for your support.
We realize that without you and more importantly, without the Grace and Mercy of Almighty God,
we could not exist as a business or even as individuals. Because you have been so good to us and
likewise God ha's been, we feel that we need to share with you what we believe Christmas is all about.
Christmas is surely a time of giving, as is evidenced by the giving or exchanging of many gifts.
When we think about Christmas giving we need to remember, "For God so loved the world, that he
gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on him should not perish, but have everlasting
life," (John 3:16). God gave that we might believe on His Son and have a place In Heaven. Jesus paid
our sin debt and rose again to show that His payment was enough. However, if we reject what He
gave, we have a place in Hell.
Christmas needs to be a time for receiving, for no one can give a gift unless it is received. The Bible
says that the Gift of God, His Son, Jesus, "came unto his own, and his own received him not. But as
many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God. Even to them that believe
on his name; Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of
God." (John 1:11-13)
Christmas is a time of happiness, as evidenced on the face of many. Happiness depends on
happenings and can be short lived to gain real Joy and Peace this Christmas, why not right now
receive the greatest gift ever given, The Lord Jesus Christ? Jesus loves us and invites us to believe in
Him. If you have not made this commitment, you should right now receive Jesus Christ as your
personal Savior. If you have just now received Him...you can know the real Joy of Christmas for the
first time. For those of us who already know Him may we be drawn to a closer walk this
Christmas.
We thank God for the opportunity He has given us to serve your building supply and hardware needs
- we also thank Him for allowing us to share Jesus Christ with you. After all, without Christ there
would be no Christmas.
Marc Jackson, President


W.T. Jackson Sr.
Co-Founder Tom Jackson


Waytr Vinson


I 'e Shemer


James Balkcom


to the community in which he
grew up. He has lived in
Starke his whole life. He went
away to go to college, but
returned to work in his
hometown hospital.
To hear that he and the rest
of the nursing staff are
successfully meeting patients'
needs makes it that much
better.
"It's a great feeling knowing
that we're meeting the needs
of our community and that


%no


they're very happy with us,"
Starling said.
And if someone's not happy,
Waterhouse said she wants to
know. She encourages people
to call the hospital as a way of
helping it continue to improve.
She and Nicula, like Starling,
grew up. in Starke and want to
see Shands Starke be the best it
can be.
"We want it to succeed,"
Nicula said. "We've invested a
lot here."


R. HEAR


Heating Air Plumbing


,


0


Family Operated
for 10 Years!


Re-Pipe
Remodels
Slab Leaks
Stoppage
Pipe Fitting
Pumps
Air Conditioning
Boilers
Heating
Pool Heaters
Maintenance
Repairs


U .ig&A
Specialists


Local Expert Service by
Danny Powless
23 Years Experience


Local
24 Hour
Emergency
Service
Available


904-781-8388
518 Stevens Street
Jacksopvifle;: FL.32254


CMC 1249248


Harriette Jackson


Eric Jackson


Becky Scott


.CFCA425617 ,


Jason Robinson


CGC 1504159, ,


Monica Robinson


Priscilla Jackson


Billy Rehberg


Rick Jackson


Mention this ad for
10% off your 1st
Service call with us!


Jackson Building Supply

STARKE LAKE BUTLER


496-3079


carvdetibrillator emergency -equipment.








Dec. 27, 2007 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR,-C-SECTION IPage 30 i


Leigh,

The following is a look b
at the teams and individi
who won championships at
district, regional or s,
levels, or who qualified
participate in regional or st
competitions in 2007.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Smyth earn state medals for BHS in 2007


ack
uals
the
tate
to
tate


The number two was
memorable for Kelly Leigh
and Jennifer Smyth in 2007.
Leith earned a medal for the
second straight year in the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Weightlifting
Finals, while Smyth won two
medals at the track and field
finals.
Leigh put together an
undefeated regular season for
the third straight year and
earned a berth in the FHSAA
Finals by winning the 154-
pound class at the Section 3
qualifying meet with a 340-
pound total.
At state, Leigh earned a
third-place finish with a 335-
pound total.
Samantha Schmidt also
joined Leigh at the FHSAA
Finals, but did not medal.
Schmidt was runner-up in the
101-pound class at the Section
3 qualifying meet with a 205-
pound total.
In track and field, Smyth
became the first girl from
Bradford High School to earn
a medal in 11 years. She did so
by placing third in the long
jump with a distance of 17' 11"
and fourth in the triple jump
with a distance of 36'6.25".
That capped a season in
which Smyth earned three
district championships, one
runner-up finish at the district
level and two runner-up
finishes at the regional level.
At the District .5-2A meet,
Smyth won the long jump and
triple jump with distances of
18'5" and 33'2". She also won
the 400m with a time of
1:01.65.
Smyth was district runner-up
in the 200m with a time of
26.6 seconds.
At the regional
championships, Smyth was
runner-up in the long jump
(17'7.5") and triple jump
(34'4'). She also earned state
berths in the 200m and 400m
with fourth-place finishes, in'
each. She had a time of 26.01
seconds in the 200m and a
time of 1:00.91 in the 400m.,
The girls' track and field
team was also represented at
the regional championships by
Courtney Cragg. Cragg
advanced by placing third in
the 800m at the District 5 meet
with a time of 2:50.45.

Boys' track and field
team produces 3
championships
Smyth was not the lone
Bradford representative at the
FHSAA Finals in track and
field. The boys' team
competed in three events, but
failed to medal.
Still, the boys' team
accounted for two district
championships and one
regional championship.
At the District 5 meet,
Chuckie Covington was the
champion in the 100m with a
time of 11.19 seconds, while


Ti


(,^,,


and Slocum had 12 and 10,
respectively.
By virtue of winning the
district championship,
Bradford hosted a regional
quarterfinal game against
Bishop Kenny. This time, it
was Griffin coming up with a
big steal in a 53-50 win.
Bishop Kenny, which trailed


51-50, had a chance at the last
shot of the game, but Griffin
stole the ball with four seconds
left. She was fouled and made
two ensuing free throws.
The Tornadoes scored seven
of the game's last eight points.
Hill and Slocum each scored
See BHS, p. 6C


Bradford claimed a regional championship in the boys' 4x400m relay in 2007.
Pictured (I-r) are team members Malcolm Moore, C.J. Covington, Chuckie
Covington, Markael Moore and alternate Tyler Prevatt. Prevatt ran for Markael
Moore at the regional meet.


the 4xl00m relay team won its
race with a time of 42.03
seconds. Covington was a
member of that team along
with his brother, C.J.
Covington, Jawan Jamison and
Trevares Fulse.
Bradford also qualified for
the regional championships in
other events (the top four
finishers in each event at the
district level advance).
Markael Moore was the district
runner-up in the high jump at
5'10", while also placing third
in: the long jump with a
distance of 21'6.5".
The Tornadoes placed third
in a total of five events at the
district championships.
Jamison earned two of those in
the 100m (11.4) and 200m
(23.26), while Malcolm Moore
did so in the 400m (23.26) and
as a member of the 4x400m


Jennifer Smyth earned
two state medals and
won three district
championships.


relay (3:35.15). The rest of the
relay team was composed of
Markael Moore, C.J.
Covington and Chuckie
Covington.
The 4x400m team, with
Tyler Prevatt taking Markael
Moore's place, went on to
claim the regional
championship with a time of
3:25.17. The 4xlQ0.m team
was runner-up at the regional
meet with a time of 43.27
seconds.
Covington joined those relay
teams in qualifying for the
state finals after he placed
third in the 100m at the
regional meet with a time .of
10.77 seconds.

2 earn trip to
wrestling finals
Billy Brooks and Casey
Hines both made it through the
district and .regional
championships .to qualify for
the FHSAA Wrestling Finals.
Neither earned a medal, but
Hines did place seventh in the
215-pound class after going 2-
2. He won two straight
matches in wrestlebacks,
defeating one opponent by a
score of 8-3 and pinning
another in 1:24, before being
pinned himself in 4:01.
The duo's journey began at
the District 2-A tournament,
which saw Brooks capture the
championship in the 135-
pound class. Brooks pinned his
first two opponents before
claiming the title with a 9-8
win.
Bradford's Dylan White was
the district runner-up in the
130-pound class, while Hines
was one of six to place third.
Those third-place finishers
were: Max Ennis (119-pound
class), Carlton Crudup (125),


Mark Wininger (145), Shawn
Boyette (152) and Brandon
Andrews (171).
All those wrestlers qualified
for the regional
championships, but only
Brooks and Hines earned the
right to go to state. Hines
placed third in his class, while
Brooks placed fourth.

Slocum's play helps
nab girls' hoops title
The Bradford girls'
basketball team went
undefeated in District 3-4A
during the regular season, but
what the Tornadoes really
wanted was the district
championship.
A steal and ensuing layup by
Demetria Slocum gave the
Tornadoes just that in a 43-41
win over Santa Fe.
A rebound score by Slocum
put the Tornadoes up 41-39
with 1:30 to play, but Santa Fe
came back and tied the score.
Bradford turned the ball
over on the ensuing
possession, but Slocum was
able to steal the ball back and
go in for a score just before the
final buzzer.
Slocum finished with 11
points-six of which came in
the fourth quarter.
Khalaa Hill also had 11
points.
To get to the district
championship game, the
Tornadoes defeated Baker
County 60-42 in the
semifinals. Hill poured in 17
points, while Tosha Griffip,.,


S&S Tree Service
and Timber Company
FREE ESTIMATES 24-Hr. Emergency Servicel

Removal *Topping Trimming

Stump Grinding Storm Damage
4jnemsed,( ur S'-viig All SwrowA&ing Coulties




RED STARLING BRADFORD RESIDENT
352-485-2197 352-745-6503


"Haven Hospice helped us keep our commitment
to Mom. She wanted to be at home, and we
wanted to make sure that her wishes were carried
out. Haven Hospice allowed us to do that. They
were just so wonderful."

Louis and Delores Saulsby,
Family Members


Choose quality.
Choose carefully.


HAVEN
H 0 S P I C E
Experience Our Commitment To Caring


1-800-727-1889
www.havenhospice.org


Credit Challenged?'
Now Bradford County Has Anoth'r Choice!
Don't ConcrLi. o ". '
and Gi ... ,, ,'* ,








Page 4C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & IV- 3R-C-bi .. (, 2007


KH earns 2 state medals, 6 region berths in


7/he following is a( look back
it the teams (and individuals
who won championships at the
district, regional or state
levels. or who qualified to
participate in regional or state
competitions in 2007.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Randy IDavids and .lack
Tavlor earned medals in state
competition. hii ghlighting the
sports )ear for Keystone
Heights High School in 2007.
Weightlifting-- hbo s' and
girls' was the only sport in
which Keystone had
representatives advance to the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals. In that
sport. the lop six finishers in
each weight class at the state
finals earn medals. 1)avids
earned a third-place finish at
state in the 154-pound class
with a 525-pound total. Taylor
placed fifth in the 238-pound
class with a 645-pound total.
The two lifters earned the
right to go to-state after their
performances at the Section 3-
'lass A qualifying meet.
I)avids won his class at that
meet with a 500-pound total,
while Taylor was runner-up in
his class with a 645-pound
total.
In all, the boys
weightlifting team sent five to
the state finals. Brandon
Boettcher earned a trip by
winning the heavyweight class
at the Section 3 qualifying
meet with. a 650--pountl total.
SAlso,.Sam Thiesen anid Dennis
Taylor placed third and fourth
in their respective classes at
that meet. Thiesen had a 550-
pound total in the 169-pound
class, while Taylor was fourth
in the 119-pound class with a
330-pound total.
Keystone's girls'
weightlifting team sent three
lifters to the FHSAA Finals.
Amanda Wood, Paige 'Cole
and Julie Myers each placed
third in her respective class at
the Section 3 qualifying meet
to advance to state. Wood had
a 200-pound total in the 101-
pound class, Cole a 250-pound
total in the 169-pound class
and Myers a 275-pound total
in the 199-pund class.


l-xS

'" --:--








.: A

Randy Davids (left) and Jack Taylor earned state
medals for Keystone in weightlifting.


Girls' golfers earn
highest finish in
regional competition
Keystone's girls' golf team
captured second place in the
District 5-A tournament and
went on to place fifth in the
regional tournament, which is
believed to be the team's best.
finish.
The Indians, who had a
score of 424 at the regional
tournament, were led by
Valerie Eddins' score of 100.
DarbyAnn Roberts shot a 105,
followed by Heather Wall at
108 and Karleigh Smoak at
i- ll.
At the district tournament,
the Indians had a score of 450,
finishing behind champion
Fernandina Beach, which had
a score of 403. Keystone
finished 45 strokes ahead of
third-place finisher St.
Augustine.
Eddins shot a 100 at the
district tournament, followed'
by Wall's 109, Smoak's 112
and Roberts' 129.

Regional semifinal
drought ends for
baseball team
Most of Keystone's athletic
teams advanced to regional
competition this year as district
runners-up, including the
baseball team, which advanced.


I 0 FAY'S I

I "\ 904-964-7579
I Semi-Permanent Color I

Put ret hie ackN 3 00wi
ouriffair 7or Ct a coupon
S'at Summerias GiftI
ZTakeu way Certificates.
I1 IAvailable I
expires 12-31-07 "
..101A Edwards Road ~ Starke
n mer.mum--mm mm -ni


Season's Greetings to your family
from everyone at Clay Electric.


WCIlay Electric Coqperative, Inc.
Keystone Heights District (352) 473-4917
Outage Reporting Line (888) 434-9844
clayelectric.com


M. Daigle & Sons Construction INC.
Affordable Remodeling-Technology!
Quality Work, Quality Prices!
ALL TYPES OF HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Glass Rooms Vinyl Siding
Screen Rooms Soffit and Fascia
Mobile Home Roofovers Concrete Work
Wood Decks Remodeling

25 years of experience
Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed
Licensed and Insured Certified Building Contractor CBC1255404
904-334-4765
Email: Mdaigleandsons@comcast.net


to the regional semifinals for
the first time since 1999.
The Indians, who finished
the year with a 19-9 record,
began their regional quest in
the District 6-3A tournament.
Pitcher Blake Lott allowed one
hit and struck out' 11 in a 2-0
win over Pierson Taylor in the
district semifinals, wrapping
up a regional berth. Tyler
Richardson had an RBI double
in that game that scored Jordan
Fogg in the third inning, while
Richardson scored the team's
second run in the fifth after a
single by Tyson Paulk.
Unfortunately, the Indians
could not win the district
championship, losing 8-2 to
Union County. It was a close
game for the most part, with
the Indians trailing 3-2
entering the top of the seventh.
A grand slam helped Union
pull away.
Richardson.drew a walk and
later scored on a grounder by
Lott to tie the game at I-all in
the first. Lott scored his team's
second run on a sacrifice fly by
Andrew Secules.
The loss put the Indians on
the road for a regional
quarterfinal game, but they
were able to advance to the
semifinals with a 6-1 win over
Williston. Lott earned the win,
allowing six hits and one walk
while striking out six.
Paulk went 3.3-for-4 wv.th an
RBI single. whilel Fo'g g and
- Cole'Belote were 2-for-3 and
2-for-4, respectively.
The Indians' run came to an
end in the regional semifinals


with a 4-0 loss to Trinity Prep.
Secules pitched and allowed
only two hits, but one was a
double with the bases loaded
in the sixth inning. Two errors
in the inning also didn't help
Keystone's cause.

Softball team earns
semifinal berth, too
Despite finishing the year
with a losing record, the
softball team not only finished
second in its district, but
advanced to the regional
semifinals before losing 8-6 to
Dixie County.
Keystone earned a regional
playoff berth with its 10-0 win
over Pierson Taylor in the
District 6-3A semifinals. Tori
Jolley went 3-for-3 with three
RBI in that win, while Sam
Sibley was 3-for-4 with two
doubles, a triple and an RBI.
Jessica Knight drove in two
runs, finishing 2-for-4 with a
double.


Mistakes cost the Indians in
the district championship
game. Interlachen scored two
unearned runs in heading
Keystone a 3-2 loss. Kim
Russell, who was 2-for-3, had
an RBI double in the sixth that
scored Courtney Casas, while
Knight, who was 2-for-4, had
an RBI single in the seventh.
The Indians went on the
road and got a big win over
Trinity Catholic in a regional
quarterfinal game. Michelle
Houser drove in five runs to
help the Indians win 11-2.
Houser went 4-for-5 and had
three doubles. Sibley was a
perfect 3-for-3, while Ashley
Cirigliano went 2-for-3. Casas
had two RBI.
Pitchers Rachel Rothwell
and Lindsey Harp combined to
allow just three hits.
Keystone made its regional
semifinal game against Dixie
County interesting late, but fell
in the end 8-6.


'07


Dixie held an 8-2 lead when
Knight had an RBI double and
Jolley an RBI single. The
Indians then pulled to within
8-6 when Sibley and Russell
scored on errors.
Jolley finished the game 2-
for-3, while Russell was 2-for-
4.
Keystone ended the season
with a 13-15 record.

Soccer teams extend
their seasons as well
Keystone's first team in
2007 to earn a regional berth
was the girls' soccer team,
which was the runner-up in
District 5-3A.
The Indians had a'n easy 5-0
win over Crescent City in the
district semifinals, getting two
goals each from Emily Jones
and Tysee Williams. Julie
Campbell also scored, while
Keystone got two assists from
See KHHS, p. 6C


The Firtie Maw Orchc~r'a


AN SEVC


under the direction of
Dick Johnson


For ticket information call

(386) 754-4340


2007-2008




January 8 7:30 p.m.

Levy Performing
Arts Center
Tickets will be on sale the day of performance
at the PAC Box Office
9 a.m.-4 p.m. cash or check only


If you have a disability and need assistance, please contact (386) 754-4340


you wai

loan with NO


better hustle if

nt a mortgage




FEES!"


No Fee Mortgage Program. Valid on fixed rate term 1 5, 20, or 30 years) and only minimal out
of pocket expenses like prepaids (insurance taxes, interest). Need more reasons? How about Cash Out Options,
No Minimum Draw Requirement, Valid on refinance or purchase, 100% financing available, valid on
mobile homes, financing more than the value of your home & much more. Use to Consolidate Debt,
Reduce Monthly payments, home remodel, addition or repair.


Why throw money out the door? You could save
over $5,000 on a $200,000 loan. Here are some
examples of costs you would pay...
AT OTHER BANK AT FCU
Loan Origination Fee up to 1% P SO
Appraisal Fee S350 P SO
Credit Report S22 SO
Underwriting Fee S200 0 SO
Document Prep fee S200 / SO
Settlement/Closing Fee $250 P so
Owner' Title insurance Coverage .S1o00 P so
SSurvey .S400 So.
Td lat rvc f .


Danny Wuerffel
Heisman Trophy Winner


Apply over the phone!
24 hours a day, seven days a week

Sound too good to be true?
As a customer-owned financial institution, Florida Credit Union
is dedicated to serving only the interests of our customers. Our
success is not based on making a profit by charging high rates and
fees. Florida Credit Union was chartered for the purpose of saving
our members money.'All residents of Alachua, Bradford, Citrus, Clay,
Columbia, Gilchrist, Lake, Levy, Marion, Putnam, Sumter, Suwannee
and Union counties can join Florida Credit Union.


f lcu.org










Dec. 27, 2007 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-C-SECTION Page 5C


Union baseball team provides highlight from


The following is a look back
at the teams and individuals
who won championships at the
district, regional or state
levels, or who qualified to
participate in regional or state
competitions in 2007.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Union County High School
was able to "have a regional
presence in several sports in
2007, but the baseball team did
so by capturing the District 6-
3A championship.
The. Tigers not only won
their district, but finished the
year with 22 wins-their most
since going 26-4 in 1977. Plus,
their head coach, Terry
Stroemer, was honored for
achieving 500 career wins by
having the school's field
named after him.
It proved to be a special
season for Stroemer as he
watched his team win its first
district championship in four
years and just its second in
more than 20 years.
For that accomplishment to
happen, the Tigers first had to
dispatch of Ihterlachen in the
district semifinals. Kaleb
Windham hit a two-run home
run in helping Union win 7-2.
An error in the third inning
allowed Union to score two
runs and tie the game at 2-all.
Windham then homered,
followed by Kyle Parrish's
RBI single, which capped a
five-run inning.
Zeke Scaff had an RBI
single later in the game.
Pitcher Brett Maddox
allowed seven hits, but just
three after the third inning. He
struck out five batters.
The next game was Tyler
Osteen's turn to shine on the
mound, while Windham hit a
two-out grand slam in the
Tigers' 8-2 win over Keystone
Heights in the- district
championship game.
Osteen allowed Just three
hits-all of which occurred
during the first three innings.
The game was 3-2 entering
the seventh. Maddox was
intentionally walked to load
the bases, bringing Windham
up to bat. Windham was hitless
in his previous three at-bats,
but he cleared the fence and



LEGALS

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Keystone Airpark Authority: BID for
Ten Unit T-Hangar, Two Unit Bulk
SHangar and Fire Suppression
System
Sealed bids addressed to
Keystone Airpark Authority, Florida
for the: Ten Unit T-Hangar, Two
Unit Bulk Hangar and Fire
Suppression System in accordance
with the plans and specifications as
prepared by Passero Associates,
LC will be accepted and received
by the Keystone Airpark Authority,
7100 Airport Road, Starke, Florida,
32091 until 4:00 p.m., on
Wednesday, January, 23, 2008, at
which time said bids shall be
publicly opened and read aloud in
Keystone Airpark FBO Terminal.
Any bid received after closing time
will be returned unopened.
Base Bid A consists of a Ten Unit
T-Hangar building (231' X 53' +/-)
each unit with a hydraulic uplifting
one-piece door with a walk-in man
door. Hangar buildings will be pre-
engineered metal structures. The
work includes approximately
12,700 SF of asphalt taxilane and
approximately 16,350 SF of
asphalt hangar connectors 'and
'associated stormwater system
components.
Bid Additive consists of a Two Unit
Bulk Hangar building (120' X 60'
+/-) each unit with a hydraulic
uplifting one-piece door with a
walk-in man door. Hangar buildings
will be pre-engineered metal
structures. The work includes
approximately 4,300 SF of asphalt
hangar connectors andcassociated
stormwater system components.
Base Bid B consists of a Fire
Suppression System including an
electric driven fire pump capable of
1,500 gpm at 60 psi, water main
and hydrants.
Plans, specifications, and other
contract documents may be
examined at the Keystone Airpark
FBO Terminal, 7100 Airport Road,
SStarke, Florida, 32091; at Passero
Associates, LLC, 1405 Park
Avenue, Suite 201, Fernandina
SBeach, Florida, 32034; Plan Room
of Construction Bulletin,
Jacksonville, Florida; Dodge-
McGraw-Hill, Jacksonville, Florida;
Reed Construction Data, Norcross,
Georgia; and Mid States Builders
Exchange, Ocala, Florida.
Copies of plans (24"x36"),
specifications, and other contract
documents may be obtained at the
offices of Passero Associates,
LLC, 1405 Park Avenue, Suite 201,
Fernandina Beach, Florida, 32034
(contact at Passero Associates is
Thomas Cottrell, (904 491-3804),
for a fee of $100.00 (one hundred
dollars) which sum is non-
refundable. Checks will be made


out to "Passero Associates, LLC".
The plans, specifications and other
,contract documents will be made
available on Wednesday,
December 19, 2007.
Bids shall be completed in ink and
three copies submitted in sealed
envelopes upon blank forms
furnished.
The bidder (Proposer) must supply
all the information required by the
bid or proposal form. A cashier's
check, a certified check or a surety
bond in the amount of five percent
(5%) of the bid shall accompany


The Union County baseball team celebrates winning Keystone Heights. Pitcher Tyler Osteen (front, third
the District 6-3A championship. Kaleb Windham (back, from left) allowed three hits to help the Tigers win
third from left) hit a grand slam in an 8-2 win over_ their second district title in more than 20 years.


the bases with a swing to break
the game open.
Osteen had an RBI double,
while Maddox and Ryan
Liptrap each hit an RBI single.
Scaff and Maddox went 3-
for-3 and 2-for-2, respectively.
Parrish and Austen Roberts
had two hits each.
The win meant the Tigers
had the opportunity to host a
first-round regional game.
Union, however, was
struggling in front of the home
fans until Osteen delivered a
big hit in a 4-1 win over
Chiefland in the quarterfinals.
Maddox was keeping
Chiefland in check on the
mound, but the Tigers trailed
1-0 and had no hits entering
the fifth inning. Liptrap ended
the drought with a single. That
and walks taken by Parrish,
Scaff and Wade McDowell
forced a run home and tied the
game. Osteen then hit a triple
that to clear the bases and put
the Tigers up 4-1.
On the mound, Maddox
allowed just four hits.
The Tigers' season ended at
the hands of. Lake Highland
Prep in the regional semifinals
by a score of 11-1. Roberts
dro e in the lone run for the


the proposal of each bidder. The
said check or bond shall be
submitted as security that should
the bidder be awarded the work, he
will enter into a contract and
furnish the necessary bonds,
information and insurance
certificates within twenty (20) days
from the date of notice of award,
and, failing to do so, said bid
security shall be forfeited to the
Owner (Keystone Airpark
Authority) as liquidated damages.
The Owner reserves the right to
reject proposals and to waive
technicalities as provided in
Section 20-08, Page 20-3 of the
General Provisions.
The Owner reserves the right to
defer award of contract for a period
of ninety (90) days after the date of
opening of bids or to reject any or
all bids. In case of ambiguity or
lack of clearness in stating
proposal prices, the Owner
reserves the right to adopt the
most advantageous interpretation
thereof and to accept or reject any
informalities or irregularities.
Performance and Payment Bonds
will be required as set forth in the
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. In
addition, the successful bidder
shall also furnish to the Owner a
Warranty covering defects of
material and workmanship for the
calendar year following the
Owner's approval and written
acceptance of the construction.
The proposed contract is
contingent upon actual receipt by
the Keystone Airpark Authority,
Florida of adequate funds from the
Florida Department of
Transportation for the performance
of the construction and installation
of the airport improvements
contemplated by the proposed
contract.
The proposed contract is under
and subject to Executive Order
11246 of September 24, 1965, and
to the Equal Opportunity Clause.
The Bidder's (Proposer's) attention
is called to the "Equal Opportunity
Contract Specifications' set forth in
the specifications.
This project may be required to
participate in a Value Engineering
Workshop, at no cost to the Owner,
if the bids exceed the Authorities'
budget for the project.
A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference
on this project will be held on
Monday, January 11, 2008, at
11:00 am in the Conference Room,
Keystone Airpark FBO Terminal,
7100 Airport Road, Starke, Florida,
32091. Last day for questions will
be by close of business on January
11, 2008.
Keystone Airpark Authority
Robert G. Canady
Keystone Airpark Authority
Chairman
12/20 3tchg 1/3

Legal Notice
Richard 0. Tillies Contracting, Inc.
(ROTCI), Construction Manager for
the proposed Union County Public
Library is inviting interested trades
sub-contractors to pre-qualify for
the process of bidding work on this
project. The following trades will
e utilized during construction:
Furnishing of a steel structure,
steel building erection, concrete,
framing, wallboard & finishing,
millwork, painting, insulation,
masonry, reflected ceiling,
plumbing, electrical, & mechanical.
Subcontractors may obtain the pre-


Tigers-a fielder's choice that
scored Osteen, who reached on
a single. Osteen finished the
game 1-for-I at the plate,
while Maddox was 2-for-2.
Union finished the season
with a 22-5. record.

Girls' basketball
team narrowly
misses out on title
The girls' basketball team
was aiming to win its first
district championship since
2000, but came up short in af
37-35 loss to Crescent City.
Despite the loss, the Tigers
earned their second straight
berth in the regional playoffs.
That occurred by thumping
Interlachen in the district
quarterfinals and then
defeating Keystone-a team
the Tigers have had trouble
defeating in recent years-in
the semifinals.
Union had little trouble
earning the right to play
Keystone, defeating
Interlachen 50-4. Amber
Franzluebbers scored 19
points, while Miranda Kent
and Ashli Watkins scored 13
and 10, respect% el\.


qualification forms by contacting
ROTCI, 155 NE 6th Place, Lake
Butler, Fl. 32054, by emalling
rotci@windstream.net, or fax
request to 386-496-1368.
Interested Vendors or Materials
Suppliers may also contact ROTCI
for information.
12/20 2tchg 12/27
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION AS
PROVIDED FOR IN THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELPOMENT
REGUALTIONS
BY THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS'
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
the Bradford County Land
Development Regulations., as
amended, hereinafter referred to
as the Land Development
Regulations, objections,.
recommendations and comments
concerning a special exception, as
described below, will be heard by
the Board of Adjustment of
Bradford County, Florida, at a
public hearing on January 7, 2008
at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter can be heard, in the
County Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
SE-07-10, a petition by Jack
Dabney as agent for Roland and
Carolyn Raham, to request a
Special Exception be granted as
provided for In Section 4.85 (#2) of
the Bradford County Land
Development Regulations to allow
church and other house of worship
in accordance with a petition dated
November 30, 2007 to be located
on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 13, Township 8 South, and
Range 22 East Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows:
A portion of Parcel Number:
05546-0-00000 and containing
4.10 acres more or less.
The public hearing may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall be
advised that the date, ttme and
place of any continuation of the
public hearing shall be announced
during the public hearing and that
no further notice concerning the
matter will be published, unless
said continuation exceeds six
calendar weeks from the date of
the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to
the special exception.
Copies of the special exception
application are available for public
inspection at the Office of the
Director of Zoning, Planning, and
Building, County Courthouse
located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
Florida, -during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision
made at the above referenced
public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may
need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
12/27 1tchg


Defense and the play of
Watkins helped the Tigers
overcome a deficit and defeat
Keystone 39-31 in the
semifinals.
The Tigers trailed by three
early in the third quarter, but
put together a 16-2 run.
Watkins had four baskets
during that run-all of which
Were fastbreak opportunities
following turnovers. Watkins'
own steal got the run started,
leading to a 3-pointer by Kent.
Watkins finished the game
with 12 points, while
Franzluebbers led the team
with 15.
That advanced Union to the
district championship game,
but having to play a third game
during the week proved to be a
little too much in the narrow
loss to Crescent City.
Franzluebbers had a double-
double with 15 points and 12
rebounds, while Kent almost
duplicated the feat with 16
points and nine rebounds.
The loss put the Tigers on
the road against the number-


one team in the state. P.K.
Yonge put an end to Union's
season in the regional
quarterfinals, handing the
Tigers an 80-26 loss.
Franzluebbers led the team
with seven points.
Union ended the season with
an 11-14 record.

Union sends 1 to
weightlifting finals
Hannah Tucker proved to be


'07


the school's only state finals
participant in 2007. She earned
a spot in the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Finals for weightlifting, but
did not earn a medal.
Tucker's state berth came
about after she was runner-up
in the 169-pound class at the
Section 3 qualifying meet. She
finished that meet with a 260-
pound total.


Tigers earn regional
berths in track, golf
Devin Osborne earned the
school's first regional bid in
golf in quite some time in
2006. In 2007, Union sent two
more to the regional finals.
Kris Bracewell and Kaleb
Windham each advanced to the
regional finals after their
performances in the District 4-
A tournament. Bracewell
finished third in the district
with a score' of 82, while
Windham placed ninth with a
score of 87.
The two could not move on
beyond regionals, however.
Windham shot an 89 there,
while Bracewell had a score of
91.
Brandon Shoup also
competed at the regional level.
Shoup did so by finishing as
runner-up in the 400m at the
District 5-2A track and field
finals. He posted a time of
51.49 seconds en route to
being the only member of the
track and field program to
qualify for regionals. ,


Good Shepherd
Lutheran Church (LCMS)
(Formerly STARKE LUTHERAN MISSION)


Sunday School 9AM...Worship Service at 10:00 AM
331 N. Church Street-(904) 964-8855
John R. Buchheimer, Pastor
We Preach Christ Crucified


TimBukTu Package


If e*A /fe44


D4NCE TO /J STRICKUND & WILDFIRE

* No Cover Charge *Door,

* FREE Party Favors Prizes 0

* FREE Cilampagie Open 'ill . 1 ,

at Midnight 4 a.m. .... '


a COME JOIN THE FUN!!


OEUUNIl I
PROVIDED
Safe Ride
Home


ElHUR


[Across from the Bradford Fairgrounds] 904-966-2229


Dlie/cicCzL and PveLU6ein 4

it- ve-v( inipozlteut to the


Assisted


yoiaz elde'is


sta-kk at


Living Faide

Living Facility


YOUR DECISION REGARDING WHO WILL HELP
CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE. IS IMPORTANT


Our room rate is $2,250 per month
fall aspects of our care.


* rresirent 1 eOcri indlc ijidi.d jual reej, ar.d iiiti: s i. [requifeO before oirnittiring.

Located in Downtown Starke
Next to Wainwright Park. I
Coll Cathe', Pitts, Administrator, For Directions

(904) 964-2220
^ .__--_g!^


Season's reetin s

www.timbuktulounge.com

17420 Hwy. 301 N, Starke


Sete










Page 6C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Dec. 27, 2007


BHS
Continued from page 3C

15 points Griffin had 13.
In the regional semifinals.
Bradtord pla. ed Pensacola
Washington the state's
nurmber-one team-close
before losing 51 -3 3.
Ebo'n Smith sank a jump
shot % ith to seconds left in
the firstt half to put Bradford up
24-23 Washington. ho\\e\er.
pulled aj a\ late in the third
quarter %%ith a 9-1 run.
Washington also scored the
first se% en points of the fourth
quarter
Griffin sprained her ankle in
the third quarter. She returned.
but ias clearly hampered b\
the i.jur\, which affected
Bradford's ability to handle
Washington's press.
Keita Goodman led
Bradford with 14 points.
The Tornadoes finished the
season with a 22-2 record.

Softball team gets
regional win, too
The softball team put
together a seventh-inning rally
to earn its first regional playoff
berth in four years and was
able to advance to the
semifinals before losing 4-1 to
Escambia.
In the District 3-4A
tournament, Bradford defeated
Baker County 5-1 in the
quarterfinals, getting a 4-for-4
performance from Jessica
McClellan. Pitcher Kelly
Riddick allowed two hits and
two walks, while striking out
10.
That advanced Bradford to
the semifinals to face
Ridgeview. The Tornadoes
were trailing 4-3 and down to
their last out in the seventh
inning, but McClellan homered
to give her team the lead and
eventual 6-4 win.
Riddick was able to reach on
a single before McClellan'
homered Chasitv Whitaker
followed McClellan's home


The Bradford girls' oasKetball team celebrates winning its district. Pictured are:
(front, I-r) manager Nancy Daniels, Ebony Smith, Tosha Griffin, Jennifer Smyth,
Courtney Cragg, (back, I-r) Farah Duhart, Demetria Slocum, Chasity Whitaker,
Jerica Warren, Keita Goodman and Khalaa Hill.


run with one of her own to cap
the scoring.
McClellan went 4-for-4,
while Whitaker was 3-for-4.
That win qualified Bradford
for the regional playoffs and
the chance to play for the
district championship.
However, it was Middleburg
that claimed the district title,
defeating the Tornadoes 12-0.
Bradford was held to three
hits, two of which came from
Whitaker.
Bradford put together
another seventh-inning rally to
defeat Paxon 5-1 in the
regional quarterfinals and keep
its season alive.
The Tornadoes trailed 1-0
when Holly Best walked and
"Samantha Stocker singled.
Paxon's third baseman then
failed to record an out on a
ground ball, which loaded the
bases. Bradford tied the game
when Katie Sanford's infield
fly ball was dropped.
Jerrica Revels gave her team


the lead when she hit a two-run
single. Brittany Durrance
drove in another two runs with
a single.
On the mound, Riddick.
struck out 12, giving up three
hits and one walk.
In the regional semifinals,
Escambia defeated Bradford to
end the Tornadoes' season
with a 19-10 record.
Bradford's lone run was scored
by Revels, who crossed the
plate after a single by
Durrance.
Riddick allowed five hits
and one walk.

Girls' golf team puts
together best season
The girls' golf team
qualified for the regional
championships for just the
second time in school history
and earned its highest regional
finish in school history,
placing eighth with a score of
534.


Heather Alvarez, making her
third straight regional
appearance, led the team with
a score of 115. Laura Fredrick
shot a 131, Michele Clark a
143 and Jacie Revels a 145.
Bradford advanced to the
regional tournament by placing
third in the District 4-A
tournament with a score' of
471. Alvarez led the team,
shooting a 106, followed by
Clark (116), Revels (124) and
Shelby Binczak (126).

Cooper is district
runner-up in golf
The boys' golf team, like the
girls' team, could not advance


to regionals. hut ione 0t1 14
members did.
Barrett Cooper qualified h.
finishing as the runner-up in
District 4-A itih a score of 82.
Cooper finished his season-
\'ith a score ot 91 in the
regional finals.

Boys' basketball
team claims second
place in district
Bradford put together tio
straight \%ins before falling ito
Santa Fe in the championship
game of the District 3-4A
bO\s' basketball tournament.
The Tornadoes defeated
Middleburg 63-55 in the
district quarterfinals. getting
19 points from Marcus Wilson.
12 each from Eugene Bl\e and
Josh Bl\e. and 10 from
Leonard Barnes.
Bradford trailed h\ 13 after
three quarters in the
semifinals, but rallied to take a
73-67 win over Ridgeview.


S lie 3-point shot helped
Bradford. I he Tornadoes made
nine. calling tour fr,,n
Treare'. Fulse
Fulse finished the game rin ii
14 points The team %as led b',
Eugene Ble's 19 and
W'il.on's IS .',sh Bl\,e added
10 points
BradiJtrd found it elf hI- ring
t' rall\ agao n in [lie djt[riet
chanljpi 'iinsp -atime btir he
l-'rniadoe O. o'tIld nit ., eriake
Santa Fe in j -1"-6 I .s.
Ianita Fe made ei-ht -
poiniers in the first hall. %% which
helped put Bradford in a 19-
point hole 1The Tornades
railed b\ 14 entering the
fourth quarter, but go't 13
points Ironm % ilson 0 ,cut inil.
the Raiders' lead.
W\ilson finished % th a
game-high 26 points,. lle
Eugene Bl\e had-'14
Bradford %%ent on the road
for a regional quarticrflnal
game. losing 8-43 t,-, Andre%
Jackson. Eugene Blye led the
team with 10 points.


* site Work Clearing
Excavation Ponds Stumpgrindint.
Fill a Sand Ball Diamond Clay i
*Private Driveways *Topsoil _
SLimerock. Milling





E, . .
ewu' is1 rop
"-_ i ']/ ////// 95 ////./ ,'


KHHS
Continued from page 4C

Noel Crane and 'one assist each
from -.Tory Beasley and
Jhoneka Foster.
Crane prevented the Indians
from then being shut out in the
district championship match.
She scored off of a free kick in
the last minute, but Matanzas
claimed the championship with
a 3-1 win.
No one could find the net for
the Indians in their next match,
which was a 3-0 loss to Trinity
Catholic in the regional
quarterfinals. Keystone
finished with an 11-7-1 record.
It was a similar ending for
the boys' soccer team, which
finished as runner-up in
District 5 before being shut out
in the regional quarterfinals.
The Indians, who finished
the year with a 16-6-4 record,
played for their district
championship after posting a
6-1 win over Matanzas in the
district semifinals. Ryan Miller


scored three goals to lead the
team, which also got two goals
from Brad Gober and a goal
from Justin Hannah. Hannah
had two assists, while Justin
*Hedding and Sam Nadler each
had one.
Goalie Michael McLeod had
13 saves in that match, then
followed that up with a 16-
save performance in the
district championship match.
However, Pierson Taylor came
out on top 1-0. Keystone had
won its district the previous
three years.
The Indians went on the
road for the first round of the
regional tournament, losing 2-
0 to Mount Dora.

Wheeler stands out
for girls' track team
Keystone had only one
individual advance'beyond the
district finals in track and
field: Liz Wheeler.
Wheeler earned the right to
participate in the regional
finals after capturing third
place in the 300m hutdles at


the District
posted a
seconds.


5-2A finals. She
time of 53.24


Blaze baseball
team will hold

tryouts soon
The Bradford Blaze travel
baseball team will be holding
tryouts for players 9 and under
on Saturday, Jan. 5, at the
Edwards Road Complex in
Starke at 9 a.m.
Competitive players are
sought from the Starke,
Keystone Heights and Lake
Butler communities. Players
who wish to try out must not
turn 10 prior to May 1.
For more information,
please contact head coach
James Hall at (352) 235-1469
or assistant coach Tim Lewis
at (352) 745-2139.


rT rssNNN S N'V % ,, IN' %NNNNN .N I N% NN3 N, .....NS N' N ....N I.........I


~.A 1S


-TIPS FOR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT


You've undoubtedly been
hearing and reading about
the "subprime lending crisis"
hitting the real estate indus-
try. The bottom line for buy-
ers is that it may be more
difficult to secure a mortgage
in this atmosphere. It fol-
lows that demand for rentals
may increase.
That rising demand has
encouraged many people to
consider the benefits of.
becoming a landlord, or resi-
dential property manager.
Some have donned tho't hat
because they've been unable
to sell and needed a tenant,
while some are actively buy-
ing properties at lower prices
and looking to profit from
rental income.
In either case, consider a
few tips before entering this
type of venture. First, don't
necessarily expect to regain


your entire investment. Be
careful not to overpay for a
property, and also take care
not to underestimate the cost
of repairs and maintenance,
which will likely have a
large impact on your bottom
line.
Two important people to
hire: a property manager and
an accountant. A manager
.will have knowledge of local
ordinances and proper pric-
ing, as well as how to locate
responsible clients. An
accountant, on the other
hand, will have knowledge
of tax breaks, write-offs, and
deductions that will help you
meet your financial goals.
Step one may be contact-
ing an agent or broker with
experience handling or even
managing rental properties.
Help ensure success with
careful planning and support.


SListen to ASK MIKE
SUnited on WEAG-FM, 106.3
ov at 8:35 AM
.1 y American Dream of Northeast Florida, Inc.
Charleen Gathright, Broker-Owner
Ame n D a . m 205 N. Temple Street, Starke, FL 32091
American D}ream mgoldwire@americandreamflorida.com


DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS* STEAKS BURGERS SEAFOOD and HOME STYLE MEALS


DOUBLE FUN AT COWBOYS.!!!.
S.......... 7


Parrot Head Fans JH


John Frinzi is Back! BAND

Saturday, Dec. 29th

Playing All Your Favorite Jimmy Buffe
S4t-r41.n t A 8 !mI


-- ---_.. - - -- - - - -





tSongs! NW
y , .\iNEW


,0/?/A MONK MKYEAK'S\A

"ICN SPIZCIALDEC. 31s1 PARTY
SStarts@ 7pm

v' Tickets in Advance Only!


TFearuring Glen Snow & The Snowmen

OOD ALL THIS Four Course Meal
CIS INCLUDED Live Music & Dancing
IN ONE PRICE... Chappagne Toast at Midnigh

$100 per couple $65 single Breakfast Buffet


FuBig Screen TVand Hwy. 301 South Starke (904) 368- 800
Big Screen TV's


71


r? ; .. .. .. .. ) .. ,. .. ,. . .. .' .. ^;:;3:








Dec. 2, .r-GRAi-, ..... & MOk. ;-SECTION Page 7C



Big second half propels Bradford over Keystone


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Markael Moore had seven
points during a 15-4 run to
open the third quarter as the
Bradford boys' basketball
team pulled away from visiting
Keystone Heights for a 69-45
win on Dec. 18.
The Tornadoes (8-1) held a
five-point lead at the half.
Moore was fouled on a shot
attempt at the start of the
second half. He made one free
thr6w, then sank a jumper after
Keystone's Matt Snowberger
scored on a drive. Moore later
scored two consecutive baskets
to put Bradford up 42-27.
Bradford outscored
* Keystone 41-22 in the second
half.
Moore finished the game
with 20 points, as did
Snowberger, who- was
Keystone's main offensive
threat in the second half.
Snowberger scored 10 points
in the third quarter and 14 in
the second half overall.
It was Richie Rudd who
gave the Indians early lead. He
had a field goal and a free
throw to put Keystone up 3-0._


Keystone's Matt Snowberger (right) blocks a shot by
Bradford's Martella Moore. Snowberger finished the
game with six blocks.


A basket by Dalton Campbell,
off of an assist from Ryan
Latner, put the Indians up 5-2.
Josh Williams sparked an
11-2 run for Bradford when he
scored off of his own steal. It
was the first of two straight
baskets for Williams. The
second was an easy layup off
of an assist from Eugene Blye
after the Tornadoes forced
Keystone into its second
straight backcourt turnover.
Blye had two consecutive
baskets to help send the
Tornadoes into the second
quarter up 13-7.
A 3-pointer by Blye put the
Tornadoes up 18-10 in the
second quarter, but Keystone's
Robby Crane answered with a
trey of his own.
Moore, who was scoreless
up to that point, sank a mid-
range jumper and then
connected on a floater in the
lane to put the Tornadoe up
by nine points. Keystone then
scored the next six points on.a
basket by Snowberger and two
by Rudd
Bradford's Danerrius
, Sheffield made two 3-pointers_


Keystone rallies to defeat Baldwin


BY CLIFF SMEL
Telegraph Staff Wi
Dalton Campbell ai
Snowberger combined
21 points as the K
Heights boys' basket
rallied in the second
defeat visiting Baldwi
on Dec. 21.
The Indians (3-7) tra
13 at the half, 1
Baldwin's lead to or
allowing just two poin
third quarter.
Overall, Keystone o
Baldwin 25-12 in the
half. '
Campbell led the.
with 11 points,
Snowberger had
Snowberger also finis
game with a team-h
rebounds.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 7 13 2
KHHS: 7 6 8


LEY KH 59 P. Taylor 19
writer Visiting Pierson Taylor did
nd Matt not have much of an answer
to score for Campbell and Snowberger
Keystone underneath the basket in the
all team Indians' 59-19 win on Dec. 14.
half to Campbell and Snowberger
n 38-32 combined to score 30 points as
the Indians evened their
ailed 20- district record to 2-2.
but cut Campbell had eight. field
ne after goals-including one from
ts in the beyond the arc-to finish with
18 points, while Snowberger
outscored had 12.
second The Wildcats mustered only
seven field goals as a team as
Indians the Indians had no trouble
while building a big, early lead.
10. Keystone scored the first 17
shed the points of the game. A rebound
uigh six putback by Campbell put the
Indians' first points. on the
board, but the long ball was
crucial as well as the team
10-32 made three 3-pointers in ,the;
17-38 quarter.


Nathan Buchanan had two
of those 3-pointers, which
were sandwiched around a
Snowberger rebound score.
Those baskets put Keystone up
17-0 before Pierson Taylor
scored with 3:14 remaining in
the quarter.
Snowberger scored the first
five points of the second
quarter to increase the Indians'
lead to 24-3. Scott Walker
made two 3-pointers in the
period, the second of, which
sent Keystone into the locker
room up 37-8.
The third quarter opened
with an offensive rebound by
Snowberger-which led to his
fifth basket of the game-and
ended with a defensive board
by Snowberger. He finished
with a team-high seven
rebounds, while also blocking
four shots.
Rudd kept his teammates
involved by dishing out a


team-high.six assists.
The win was the second in
three games for the Indians,
but they could not make it two
in a row, losing 70-41 to Class
5A Buchholz in the Five Star
Shootout at Gainesville High
School on Dec. 15.
Rudd scored 16 points in the
loss, while Ryan Latner had
nine points.


KHHS vs. P. Taylor
Score by Quarter
PTHS: 2 6 0
KHHS: 19 18 13


11-19
9-59


Keystone Scoring (59):
Buchanan 8, Campbell 18,
Robby Crane 4, Latner 5, Rudd
4, Snowberger 12, Walker 6. 3-
pointers: Campbell, Latndr,
Buchanan 2, Walker 2. Free
throws: 3-8.


toward the end of the half.
They were sandwiched.around
two baskets by Keystone's
Snowberger and gave Bradford
a five-Doint lead.
Sheffield, who made four 3-
pointers in all, finished the
game with 14 points. Blye was
Bradford's second-leading
scorer with 15 points.
Rudd joined Snowberger as
Keystone's only other scorer in
double figures with 12 points.
Snowberger pulled down a
game-high 12 rebounds and
blocked six shots.
Moore led the Tornadoes
with eight rebounds.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 7 16 12
BHS: 13 15 21


10-45
20-69


Scoring
Keystone (45): Nathan
Buchanah 2, Travis Buchanan
2, Campbell 4, Crane 3, Latner
2, Rudd 12, Snowberger 20. 3-
pointers: Crane. Free throws:
8-20.
Bradford (69): E. Blye 15,
Josh Blye 1, Tremaine Harris
5, Markael Moore 20, Martella
Moore 6, Sheffield 14, Williams
8. 3-pointers: E. Blye, Markael
Moore, Sheffield 4. Free
throws: 10-24.


Bradford's Josh Williams (left) is guarded in the
paint by Keystone's Robby Crane.


Ranked One of The Best Restaurants in
Florida by Florida Trend Magazine
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007

HE YEARLING

RESTAURANT
EST. 1952 ...CROSS CREEK, FLORIDA


4


TAKE $3.00 OFF ALL ADULT ENTREES, EXCEPT BEEF
THURSDAY 5-10 PM AND SUNDAY 5-8:30 PM
NO COUPOHI NO LIMITS!
PHONE (352) 466-3999


Keystone Scoring (38):
Nathan Buchanan 2, Travis'
Buchanan 1, Campbell 11,
Robby Crane 2, Ryan Latner 6,
Richie Rudd 6, Snowberger 10.
Free throws: 7-19.

Earlier results:

Crescent 44 KH 29
Keystone was outscored 31-
13 in the second and third
quarters, resulting in a 44-29
loss to District 6-3A opponent
Crescent City on Dec. 11 in
Crescent City.
The Indians failed to score
in double figures in any
quarter, but did hold a 9-5 lead
after the first quarter.
Snowberger led the team
with seven points and eight
rebounds. Richie Rudd had4 a
team-high six assists.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 9 5 8
CCHS: 5 16 15


7-29
9-44


Keystone Scoring (29): N.
Buchanan 6, T. Buchanan 4,
Campbell 3, Crane 3, Rudd 6,
Snowberger 7. 3-pointers:
Campbell, Rudd. Free throws:
9-13..


woo.dmen of america


i Lumber Sale at
PRIDE Sawmill!

* What: Pine dimensional lumber, fence
posts, many pressure treated, all sizes
* Where: PRIDE Sawmill, NE 258th Lane,
Raiford (across from Union State Prison)
* Call 866-228-5135 M-F 9-4 for price and
availability, Check or Credit Card only







New Year's Eve

Poor Prizes a Party Favors
Prink Specials Karoake




Come Join Us!
200 N.W. 4th Ave. Lake Butler 386 496-4793


Shop Our 6 Acres of RVs

* Airstream travel trailers
and motorized .
* Allegro Motor Home
by Tiffen
* Prowler, Salem & Rockwood R
Travel Trailers


ROCKWOOD

CHALET
FOLD DOWN




Sales Service Parts Accessories Large Camper Store

*IIB~f~lIJT^ ^^^SBWC


ew anci jsed units ;. stock
ALLEGRO S AIRSTREAM MOTOR HOMES
TOL .'rRE, 1-800-541-6439


12380 Hwy. 441 So.
Alachua, FL 32615
386-432-3039


Starting



salary?




You decide.


There's no limit to how much you can
earn as a financial services representa-
tive with Modern Woodmen. We ,fer:
* Income Unlimited income poten-
tial, outstanding compensation/train-
ing program with monthly business
development allowance and exten-
sive benefits package.
* Impact Play a vital role in families'
and businesses' financial well-being.
Impact individuals and communities
with fraternal programs.
* Independence Build a business for
yourself. Control your career destiny.
Modern Woodmen of America is one.
of the nation's largest fraternal financial
services providers.



y MODERN
WOODMEN
OF AMERICA
Fraternal Financial Services
www.modern-woodmen.org


Touching lives.
Securing futures.


CJA.)


Call 352-481-0398 or
send a resume to:


Robert Walker
PO Box 250
Keystone Heights, FL
32656


"


odw,


m 0


Discover the Pathway to Leadership.
Ask us about out- leadership
training program


--o









Page 8C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-C-SECTION Dec. 27, 2007


Bradford girls

enter break

with 13-point

district win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Demetria Slocum scored a
game-high 23 points to help
the Bradford girls' basketball
team defeat Suwanee 61-48 on
Dec. 20 in Live Oak and enter
the holiday break with its
perfect District 3-4A record
intact.
Bradford (8-1, 6-0 in
District 3) led by only three
after the first quarter, but
outscored the Bulldogs 22-5 in
the second quarter.
Slocum also led the team
with five assists.
Ebony Smith joined. Slocum
in double figures with 12
points, while. Keita Goodman
finished with nine.
Jerica Warren grabbed a
team-high nine rebounds.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 15 22 14 10-61
SHS: 12 5 15 15-48
Bradford Scoring (61):
Courtney Cragg 2, Farah,
Duhart 2, Goodman 9,
Shantavia Jackson 2, Marissa
Molina 2, Slocum 23, Smith 12,
Jennifer Smyth 1, Warren 7. 3-
,pointers: Slocum. Free
throws: 11-26.

KH girls drop

second

straight in

tournament
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A combined 33 points by
Heather Martin and Kim
Russell could not lead the
Keystone Heights4 girls'
basketball team to a victory as
the Indians were defeated 57-
47 by Oak Hall in the Oak Hall
Holiday Classic on Dec. 21 in
Gainesville.
It was the second straight
loss for the Indians (7-6). after
winning six in a row.
Russell led Keystone with
17 points, while Martin had
16.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 11 14 10 12-47
OH: 12 13 13 19-57
Keystone Scoring (47):
Shannon Gray 2, Abby Knabb
4, Martin 16, Megan Poupard
6, Russell 17, Karleigh Smoak
S2. 3-pointers: Poupard. Free
throws: 8-13.

Earlier results:

H 52 0. Christ. 17
Keystone held Orangewood
Christian to five points after
the first quarter en route to a
52-17 win at the Oak Hall
Holiday Classic on Dec. 19.
-The Indians led 16-12 after
the first quarter, then held
Orangewood scoreless through
the second and third quarters.
Orangewood only had two
players score, whereas
Keystone got contributions
from 10 players. Martin led the
team with nine points, while
Russell, Shannon Gray and
Karleigh Smoak each had
eight.
Score by Quarter
OC: 12 0 .0 5-17
KHHS: 16 2 14 19-52

Keystone Scoring (52):
Jordyn Davis 4, Katie Easton 2,
Gray 8, Becca Heavrin 2,
Knabb 3, Martin 9, Morgan
Maxwell 4, Russell 8, Smoak 8,
Liz Wheeler 2.

St. John 62 KH 47
Keystone could not hold
onto the lead it built early,
falling 62-47 to St. John
Lutheran on Dec. 20 in the
Oak Hall Holiday Classic.
The Indians led 18-12 after
the first quarter, but Lutheran
was able to whittle that lead to
one at the half. Keystone was
then outscored 33-17 in the
second half.
Russell and Abby Knabb


scored in double figures with
13 and 12 points, respectively.


Three players scored in
double figures as the Bradford
junior varsity boys' basketball
team defeated Santa Fe 75-33
on Dec. 14 in Alachua.
Donelle Williams had 16
points to lead Bradford, which
also got 14 points from C.J.
Covington and 12 points from
Marcus Ardley. Darrin Blye
added nine points.
The Tornadoes led by 25
points at the half en route to
posting a 7-0 record.
Bradford also had big wins
over Baker County (73-32) on
. Dec. 4 and Union County (75-
27) on Dec. 6. Ardley and
Covington each scored 12
points in the. win over Baker
County, while four players
scored in double figures
against Union: Ardley (20),
Jarvis Davis (19), Blye (13)
and Covington (12).
The Tornadoes' game
against Middleburg on Dec. 11
was a closer affair, but
Bradford still came out on top
by a score of 55-48. Ardley
scored 12 of his team-high 16
points in the first quarter.
Covington scored 13 points,
while Blye and Davis each had '
11.
Bradford remained
undefeated on the season after
recording a big win over
Keystone Heights on Dec. 18.
The Tornadoes will be back in
action on Friday, Jan. 4,
against Interlachen at 6 p.m. in
Starke.

McCollum

duo. leads

Keystone to

win in soccer
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The McCollums came
through for the Keystone
Heights girls' soccer team on
Dec. 14, leading the Indians to
a 3-2 win over District 7-3A


Smoak and Megan Poupard
each scored eight points.
Score by Quarter
SJL: 11 18 14 19-62
KHHS: 18 12 9 8-47
Keystone Scoring (47):
Easton 2, Knabb 12, Maxwell
4, Poupard 8, Russell 13,
Smoak 8.


Bradford jv

boys are still

undefeated
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


*appjMew Vear

from aTffthe staff at


ROBERTS INSURANCE
We appreciate your patronage and
thank you for your friendship.

Scott Roberts Agent/Owner


904-964-7826
986 N. Temple Ave.


386-496-3411 352
7 735 E. Main St. 333 L


2-473-7209
awrence Blvd.


opponent Pierson. Taylor in
Pierson.
Meg McCollum scored two
goals and Katie McCollum
scored one as the Indians
improved to 5-1 in the district
and 9-5-1 overall.
Keystone found itself down
1-0 at the half, but tied the
score on Meg McCollum's
goal in the 50"h minute.
Approximately seven
minutes later, Katie McCollum
scored to put the Indians on
top.
Meg McCollum capped her
team's scoring with a goal in
the 65"h minute.
Taylor's Ciarra Britt, who
scored her team's first goal,.
scored in the 70'h minute.
Keystone began the week
with a 3-0 win over district
opponent Interlachen on Dec.
11 in Keystone. Christina
Brantley scored the lone goal
of the first half off of an assist
from Julie Campbell. That was
the first of three assists for
Campbell.
The Indians' second-half
goals came from Tysee
Williams in the 50"h minute
and Kayla Goodwin in the 65th
minute.
On Dec. 13, the Indians
hosted Clay, losing 2-0.
Keystone's next scheduled ,
match is Tuesday, Jan. 8,
against Ridgeview at 5)p.m. in'
Keystone.


Indians top

Tornadoes in

weightlifting
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights earned a
total of 13 first- and second-
place finishes in defeating
visiting Bradford 62-27 in a
girls' weightlifting meet on
Dec. 13.
The Indians (3-0) had eight
lifters win their respective
weight classes: Amanda
Peredes (110-pound class)
130-pound bench press, 100-
pound clean and jerk, 230-
pound total; Becca Rembert
(129) 130-120-250; Lindsey
Bailey (139) 115-100-215;
Rachel Huggins (154) 145-
125-270; Paige Cole (169)
140-135-275; Karen Taylor
(183) 115-105-220; Octavia
Copenhaver (199) 160-140-
300; and Lyn Kramer
(unlimited) 150-135-285.
Bradford lifters Courtney
Morris and Keri Padgett won
their respective classes. Morris
took first in the 101-pound
class with a 75-pound bench
press and a 70-pound clean
and jerk for a 145-pound total,
while Padgett was first in the
119-pound class with a 95-


pound bench press and a 105-
pound clean and jerk for a 200-
pound total.
Runners-up for Keystone
were: Sydney Brown (101) 55-
50-105, Lenora Covington
(119) 80-50-130, Katrina
Rupretcht (129) 105-85-190,
Morgan Boettcher (183) 115-
105-220 and Rachel Parker
(unlimited) 110-115-225.
Bradford had four earn
second-place finishes:
Samantha Schmidt (110) 95-
100-195, Megan Seals (139)
90-115-205, Julie Detlefsen
(154) 115-120-235 and Sarah
Swords (169) 110-120-230.
The following lifters earned
third-place finishes for
Keystone: Amelia Varnes
(101) 55-50-105, Chelsea
Chambers (110) 75-80-155,
Sara Houts-(119) 60-70-130,
Rainy Henderson (139) 95-90-
185 and Amanda Rodriguez
'(199) 75-80-155.
Bradford's third-place
finishers were: Teneria
Williams (129) 80-100-180,
Jalisa Jones (154) 105-120-
225, Latayvia Henderson (169)
105-120-225, Miranda Walz
(183) 95-105-200 and Sabrina
Wood (199) 70-70-140.
Keystone competed in a
match against Palatka and
Hawthorne on Dec. 19 and will
not be back in action until
Wednesday, Jan. 9, against
Santa Fe in Alachua at 4 p.m.
Bradford followed up the
Keystone meet with a second-
place finish in a tri-meet
against Baker County and Fort
White on Dec. 17 (see related
story). The Tornadoes will be
back in action on Thursday,
Jan; 10, against Union County
at 3:30 p.m. in Lake Butler.

Earlier KHHS results:

Indians defeat 2 to
open season
Keystone won every weight
class to compile 62 points and,
defeat Ridgeview and Orange.
Park on Dec. 3 in range Park.
Earning those wins for


Padgett and Jalisa
won their respective


Banquet Hall Driving RInge
Affordable Golf
Excellent Driving Range Da
Pro Shop Gift Certificates
Golf Lesson by Appointment
Professionally Run Tournaments U
Home of the Strawberry Invitational
Memberships Available


. I

id


I,


f bmidw 2Aadqokd (iud (dtw 3a&Awinz ShoIM


Friday, January 11, 2008, 7oopy.m.

Gov. Chliarley E. Johns

Conference Center in Starke

Featuring...
Prom Cocktail & Cruise Bridal
Honeymoon,. Formals,
Shoes &.Accessories- "

Admission: $15.00
Tickets available at: Say I Do Bridal,
Merle Norman, Scorpios Day Spa, & Aloha Tan

For more information, call (904) 964-3100


Some people see
things that are and ask,
Why? Some people
dream of things that
never were and ask,
Why not? Some people
have to go to work and
don't have time for all
that...
George Carlln


Keystone were: Wood 100-95-
195, Chambers 75-80-155,
Peredes 125-90-215, Rembert
125-110-235, Bailey 115-95-
210, Huggins 140-120-260,
Cole 125-125-250, Boettcher
115-110-225, Copenhaver
150-135-285 and Kramer 140-
135-275.
Dakota Thacker (110-pound.
class) and Taylor were
runners-up. Thacker had a
bench press of 60 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 60 pounds for
a 120-pound total. Taylor had
a 215-pound total with a 115-
pound bench press and a 100-
pound clean and jerk.
Placing third were:
Henderson 95-95-190, Tiffany
Mitchell (154) 85-80-165,
Dixie Chelette (169) 105-80-
185 and Rodriguez 70-80-150.
Ridgeview placed second in
the meet with 20 points.
Orange Park had-12 points.

BHS lifters

take second

in home meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


weight classes for the Bradford
girls' weightlifting team,
which placed second in a tri-
meet on Dec. 17 in Starke.
Padgett won the 119-pound
class with a 100-pound bench
press and a 110-pound clean
and jerk for a 210-pound total,
while Jones won the 154-
pound class with a 105-pound
bench press and a 120-pound
clean and jerk for a 225-pound
total.
Bradford finished .with 44
points. Baker County won the
meet with 53 points, while Fort
White was third with .18
points.
Five lifters finished as
runners-up in their classes for
Bradford: Courtney Sexton
(129-pound class) 90-pound
-bench press, 100-pound clean
and jerk, 190-pound total;
Megan Seals (154) 90-115-
205; Sarah Swords (169) 115-
115-230; Miranda Walz (183)
95-110-205; and Sabrina
Wood (199). 75-70-145.
The Tornadoes' third-place
finishers were: Courtney
Morris (101) 80-70-150,
Samantha Schmidt (110) 95-
100-195, Taylor McCormick
(119) 60-70-130, Teneria
Williams (139) 85-105-190,
Latayvia- Henderson (169)
110-125-235 and Hailey
Norman (183) 100-100-200.


Keri
Jones




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs