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Starke may join

FMPA solar project


Utility rate adjustments
on hold

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Starke and its power provider,
Florida Municipal Power Agency,
may join forces on a future solar
power project in response to the
governor's push toward renewable
energy.
FMPA says its goals include
"aggressive" renewable and
conservation efforts in support of
the governor's greenhouse gas goals.
Staff wants to recommend viable
green energy demonstration projects
for 2008 and 2009, including waste-
to-energy, renewable energy credits
(or green tags) and solar electricity
generation.
Such a solar project could be carried


out in conjunction with the city of
Starke using photovoltaic equipment,
which employs semiconducting
materials to convert sunlight directly
into electricity.
FMPA let a request for proposals
in December for solar photovoltaic
equipment, and the 26 responses
received are 'currently under
evaluation.
FMPA sent out a previous request
for proposals last June related to
developing renewable energy
purchase power agreements. The
proposals, which fell into three
categories, were narrowed and placed
on a short-list for consideration of the
FMPA board.
According to that RFP, FMPA
intends to install 10 megawatts of
solar photovoltaic power systems in,
2008 and as much as 100 MW over
the next five years.
See POWER, p. 5A


Community mourns


Noegel's passing

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor ..


Husband, father, businessman and
community leader Larry Noegel
passed away on Tuesday at the age
of 62 following a lengthy battle with
-cancer.
The members of the-North Florida -
Regional Chamber of Commerce had
just recognized Noegel'scontributions
with the 2007 Business Person of the"'
Year award. It was only the latest in a
life's worth of honors and accolades
for a man whose friends say was
reluctant to take credit for his'work.
Noegel inherited one of the oldest
businesses in Bradford, County frofi
his father. Noegel's Auto Sales was
born 60 years ago, and Noegel built
a ,reputation there as a well-respected
businessman.
According to Telegraph publisher
John Miller, Noegel constructed a
successful business model and
trained his employees well. He ran
a business, Miller said, but also
provided a service, selling pre-owned
vehicles to customers who might not
otherwise be able to afford personal
transportation.
Noegel's Auto Sales is the only


Larry Schafer Noegel


independent auto dealership in the
area with a full service center, and with
it, Noegel earned state and national
acclaim. The Florida Independent
Auto Dealers Association, of which
See NOEGEL, p. 5A


Rogers touched many lives / M. A j


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

There was laughter and tears,
worship and praise, and woven
through it all was the story of Alan
G. Rogers' life.
The Army major and reverend's
life and sacrifice were celebrated,
,by friends and family, and fellow'
soldierss, veterans and clergy, at
Ebenezer Baptist Church last Friday.
The Rev. O.E. Harris opened the
funeral, which he called a "nome-
* going ceremony," by saying Rogers
had played a part in the lives of many
of those present.
"He became a soldier in God's
army first and foremost, then he went
on to fight for his country and was
willing to give his life," Harris said.
Readings. included passages from
Psalms 90-"The days of our years
are threescore years and ten; and if by
reason of strength they be fourscore
years, yet is their strength labour and
sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we
fly away."-and John 14-"And if I
go and prepare a place for you, I will
come again, and receive you unto
myself; that where I am, there ye may
be also."
Dr. Joelle Simon, friend and
former classmate of Rogers, gave an
emotional reading of the poem "The
soldier is my friend," and followed it
by saying that until Jan. 28, the war


in Iraq 'was an event occurring far
away from her and her family.
"That evening I received a call
that my childhood friend had died,"
Simon said through her tears. "All
of the sudden, this war was in my
neighborhood, my town and in my
life. It had touched someone who I
cared about, and in that moment, it
became real."
Everyone who knew Rogers has
great memories of him, Simon said;
she and Rogers shared the kind of
memories that friends share, and she
looked at him as another brother.
Rogers was grounded in his identity
and where he was going; he was a
leader, a soldier and a hero, she said.
She compared him the biblical
example of Jonathan, David's best
friend. Jonathan also died in battle,
inspiring David to eulogize in "The
Song of the Bow": "How the mighty'
have fallen in the midst of the battle!
Jonathan was slain in your high
places. I am distressed for you, my
brother Jonathan; You have been very
pleasant to me;' Your love to me was
wonderful, Surpassing the love of
women. How the mighty have fallen,
And the weapons of war perished!"
A number of words were used to
describe Rogers during the service,
and his friend Shay Hill compiled
many of these: caring, loving, real,
See ROGERS, p. 4A


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Veterans stood silently and saluted as soldiers carried Maj. Rev. Alan G. Rogers' coffin into
Ebenezer Baptist Church. The funeral was held last Friday.


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New agent's life, career has been dedicated to 4-H


BY MARK .1. CRAWFORI)
Telegraph Editor

Debbie Nistler has joined
the Bradford Count\ E\tension
Office, completing the staff
and providing a much-needed
leader for the count\ 's popular
4-H program.
4-H has been a part of
Nistler's life since she was a
girl, and the impact was so
profound she turned her love
for the program into a career.
"I've been doing 4-H all my
life," she said.
She was a volunteer and
program assistant, and she's
been a 4-H extension agent for
the last 11 years in Oregon,
Washington and Florida.
Her husband, David, is the
agriculture extension agent for
Clay County, and it was that
job that brought the couple and
their family to Florida five years
ago. They have three children.
two sons and a daughter, who
either are or are soon to be
involved in 4-H. They live on a
5-and-a-half-acre farm in Green
Cove Springs where they raise
pigs, peacocks, chickens, dogs
and cats. Her youngest also has
a rabbit and a guinea pig.
Prior to accepting the job
with Bradford County, Nistler
was working in Jacksonville,
and she said she is glad to
be involved in a rural 4-H
program again. That was part
of the draw for accepting the
job here. It also puts her closer
to the University of Florida.
where she is working toward a
doctorate degree in extension
education.
Her bachelor's and master's
degrees were obtained at
Oregon State University.


Debble Nistler
is Bradford
County's new
4-H agent.


The small town in Oregon
where Nistler grew up was not
unlike the local area. Actually,
it's smaller. Yamhill County
had just over 20,000 residents
in 2003, and only 820 of them
lived in the town of Yamhill.
The name is not indicative of
an abundance of the crop, but
of a Native American tribe that
lived in the area. In fact, the area
is most known for its vineyards.
Agriculture production also
includes wheat, barley and
dairy, and, like Bradford, much
of the county is covered by
commercial timber.
Nistler said she loved being
in 4-H as a kid and was already
thinking about a career in the
field by the time she was in
seventh or eighth grade. Cattle
and sheep were her project


area.
v "1 really enjoyed
it. I w' as in 4-H
starting in third
; grade all the way
".' through high
school, and also
did FFA as well,"
Nistler said. 4-H
*i na even; took her to
*- "- Australia fbr a year,
, ,_ where she worked
-. with 185,000-acre
,i sheep and cattle
operation.
"I wasajillaroo,"
she said, explaining
that : cowboys
and cowgirls
are jackaroos
and jillaroos in
Australia." This
jillaroo even had a pet kangaroo
when she was down under.
She said the whole experience
helped shape her view of the
world. When it was over, she
said she really wanted to come
back and help give other youth
the same opportunities she had
received.
Owing to her time abroad,
she said she really wants to help
introduce more international
programs into Florida 4-H.
At the state level, she is
involved in two programs.
She is one of three adults who
oversee the 4-H Legislature
program and she is the state's
4-H camp counselor education
coordinator.
"Of all the programs I've
even been involved in in 4-H,


the Legislature is the most
amazing program," Nistler
said.
Twenty-three teens on a
planning team draft bills that
closely mirror legislation
under consideration by state
lawmakers. Then from
committee to House and Senate
floor, to the signature from the
"4-H governor," more than 200
4-H'ers spend a week taking
over the capital and learning
about the process of governing
the state and reporting the daily
goings-on.
There are adult
volunteers in addition to
the primary coordinators
in supportive roles, but
interaction is limited so
the teens have as much fi
control over the direction F
and outcome of the
youth-oriented program n
as possible, Nistler said.
As coordinator of camp d
counselor education,
she is in the process of lP
implementing a new a
certification program for
those who would serve
as 4-H camp counselors.
Teen counselors .assist at
one of four 4-H camps ifn the
state held for 8- to 12-year-
olds. As part of the certification
program, they learn about life-
saving techniques, adolescent
development, team building
and more.
She is also involved at the
national level as national vice
president for professional
development, and said she
hopes her experience and
contacts will be of benefit to
the local program.
Her current focus is getting
ready for the fair.


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"Fair is what I do best,"
Nistler said, adding she is
really looking forward to being
involved in a rural fair again
because there is greater youth
involvement.
That involvement, and what
the kids receive in return for
participating, is at the heart
of 4-H. In addition to her
public speaking and leadership
abilities, Nistler credits 4-H for
instilling in her the importance
of community service. That
may be what 4-H does best,
she said.


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Rr.idlord Count\ 4-H is sponsoring
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Participants "ill rule beit een fot
ilfferent fitness stations and also enjoy
health\ snacks. I he field da\ %\ill als
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bout 4-H and hoit to get intol\ed .
The e\ent is taking place on Presiden
Day. a school holiday


As a 4-H agent, Nistler
encourages service to
community at .every
opportunity.
"If (the kids have) made
the connection that it's their
community, then they're


more likely to stay, and in a
rural community, that's 'very
important," she said.
Nistler said she is unaware of
any other program that offers
youth the number of community
service hours that 4-H does.
"All of our clubs do service
opportunities throughout the
year, and that's something I
plan on increasing," she said.
She also wants to incorporate
her own love of horses into a
new horse program, something
local 4-H has been missing,
and expand involvement in
the summer camping
program.
The smaller office
(Jacksonville has 13
a different agents) has
i" proven casual and
ie welcoming, Nistler said.
s She's only been on the
job a couple of weeks
ir but will soon be making
' the rounds to meet and
>0 greet all of the county's
re various 4-H clubs and
volunteers.
ts "I'm excited to be here
just getting my feet wet
in Bradford County," she
said.
Nistler said studies show
kids need at least four caring
adults in their lives outside of
their parents, and she is looking
forward to being one of those
caring adults for Bradford
County 4-H'ers.


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New system for code enforcement cooperative, but serious


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

George Jarosik, code
enforcement officer for the city
of Starke, keeps busy citing
code violations but wants you
to know he is willing to work
with you should an issue arise
on your property.
Most code violations would
not occur if people took their
time to do what needs to be
done, Jarosik said.
Illegal signage is a primary
example. All proposed signs
must be approved by city
hall before they are installed
to make sure they adhere to
code requirements, he said. If
purchase of a permit is required,
that is usually something
Jarosik can determine over the
phone.
Some signs are prohibited
altogether, particularly those
that are posted on public right
of way. Such signs typically
incLude.temporary and portable
signs advertising sales or
services, political candidates,


ROGERS
Continued from p. 1A

embracing,faithful,considerate,
flirt, gentleman, firecracker,
classy, humble, loyal and spirit-
filled. These and others were
printed in the shape of a heart,
- -'orig-- withI Rogers' image,
on a T-shirt Hill handed out
following the funeral.
"He was a true friend to
everyone he came into contact
with," Hill said. "It didn't
matter what color you were,
what creed you were or what
orientation you were, he loved
you as a person of God."
During his impassioned
sermon, The Rev. J.W. Warren,
who ordained Rogers, said
Rogers lived the right example
for church and community,
and always had words of.
encouragement for him when
he was down. Forty is an
important number in theology,
and while Rogers' 40 years


yard sales and real estate. The
city is flexible with real estate
agents and yard sales, allowing
placement of a single sign on
public right of way at the end
of a street or at an intersection,
as long as the signage is out of'
control.
The proper place for those
signs, however, is in the
property owner's yard. That
includes political signs, which
may be allowed to remain a
day or two, but will eventually
be removed by the city, Jarosik
said.
Another frequent violation
is lawn maintenance. Some
people just do not cut their
grass or clean their properties,
Jarosik said, and that is a code
violation. That is true even if
the lot is vacant.
Abandoned buildings are also
common in the city,Jarosik said.
If an old structure is properly
boarded up, he said he usually
would not issue a citation.
It is those old buildings, that
have not been boarded up and
represent a safety threat that


may have been short, they were
filled with good, Warren said.
"When Rogers went into the


Friend Shay Hill passed out T-shirts in Rogers memory.


he focuses on. If the structure
cannot be brought up to code
so someone can live in it, then
it needs to be boarded up or
torn down. If no action is taken
by the property owner, then the
city can tear the building down
and bill the cost back to the
property owner, according to
the code enforcement officer.
An additional building-
related violation is the failure
to place one's address number
on the front of their house.
This is required by the city,
and while Jarosik does not
go around looking for this
violation, if other violations are
cited on the property, then the
lack of proper numbering will
be added to the list.
"You've got to remember,
whose life you are saving if
you call an ambulance in the
middle of the night," Jarosik
said.
Jarosik is working to
implement a new, more
efficient system for keeping
track .of :citations, and he
said, he 'vants the public to


Flag-bearing motorcycles
joined the procession
from the church following
the funeral.
At right, Brig. Gen.
Margaret Farmer is
pictured shaking hands
with Starke City Clerk
Linda Johns.

Army, it was placed in my heart
that he wouldn't go anywhere
but up," Warren said, and he
spoke of ,Rogers as a good
soldier in the. U.S. Army and in
the Lord's Army.
Special guest Brig. Gen.
Margaret Farmer also took a
few moments to remember
Rogers. Rogers worked for her
on an intelligence project for
almost two years.
"I couldn't imagine being
anywhere else today," said
Farmer, who also spoke of the
other ceremonies that had been
held for Rogers in Iraq and at
the Pentagon, huge ceremonies
attended by the soldiers who
worked for him and By, his
side.. She revealed that among
these men and women, Rogers
was known as "the preacher"
for his ability to motivate


understand how it works. It
should help prevent cases from
becoming backlogged or lost
in the shuffle and ensure that
problems that have been cited
are addressed.
Property owners will first be
notified of code violations with
a letter that lists the violations
that need to be addressed. It is
important to act during this time
before furtheraction is required.
A spirit of cooperativeness will
result in the same. Jarosik said
if a property owner contacts him
about the letter and expresses
their willingness to address the
violations listed, then the city
will take a lenient approach,
even if the violations will
take longer to correct than the
15-day time period allowed,..
"You have 15 days to solve
the violation. Either fix the
violation, or if you can't do it
in 15 days, you have to call me
and just tell me, 'I can't do it.'
We'll discuss the problem, and
99.9 percent of the time, I'll
give you more time or help you
some way," Jarosik said.


accomplishment.
He impressed many, and
since his passing, there has been
an outpouring of letters' and
comments by those who knew
him, she said. Other generals
like her knew he was destined
for great things.
She expressed gratitude 'for


If, however, violations are
not corrected and the property
owner has not contacted
Jarosik to work out a schedule
for correction, then the initial
notice of violation will be
followed with a notice to
appear. Alleged code violators
have the right to contest their
violations at a meeting before
the code enforcement board,
a volunteer board established
to hear evidence in code
enforcement cases. However,
if the code enforcement
officer can, using photographs
and other evidence, prove to
the board that the violations
occurred, the board can impose
a fine up to several hundred
dollars a day until the problems
are addressed.
The board may choose to
waive all or a portion of the-fine
uponcorrection of the violations,
but what will not be waived
is the $100 administrative fee
the property owner is liable
to pay once a notice to appear
is sent. That, Jarosik said, is
why it is important to respond


the years Rogers. gave to the
Army, and read a proclamation
from Gov. Charlie Crist listing
Rogers' accomplishments and
declaring that flags in front of
the courthouse and Hampton
City Hall fly at half-staff.
Eulogies were punctuated
by choir performances, and


cooperatively to a notice of
violation within the first 15
days.
If the board imposes a fine
and the violations still are not
addressed,the fine will continue
to accumulate and a lien will be
placed against the property.
The goal is not to generate
revenue from code enforcement,
Jarosik said, but to ensure
compliance. Fifty percent of
code enforcement citations
result from public complaints
about a. property; the other
50 percent are issues Jarosik
discovers, often in investigating
a complaint made in the same
neighborhood.
"The biggest thing we want
to do is get the city to look
nice," Jarosik said. "'We're not
so much worried about fines
and fees. We just want to make
everything look nice. And
who's that going to benefit?
It's going to benefit everyone
who lives here."


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to be offered, and the
time of my departure is
at hand'. 71 have fought
a good fight, I have
finished my course;
I have kept the faith:
8Henceforth there .is
laid up for me a crown
of righteousness, which
the Lord, the righteous
judge, shall give me
at that day: and not to
me only, but unto all
them also that love his
appearing.
aDo thy diligence to
come shortly unto me.


-mourners joined the choir for
one selection, singing, "This
,little light of mine, I'm going to
,leti shine.", lpseoifo!tlhe vYay
in which Rogers.lived his-life'.
Guns were fired outside of
the church, the flag covering
Rogers' coffin was folded and
presented to his family, and
then the soldiers who carried
the coffin into the sanctuary
ushered it out, where it was
driven away in a procession
of law enforcement officers.
firefighters' and veterans on
motorcycle.
Rogers will be laid to rest at
Arlington National Cemetery
in Virginia, a site millions
of Americans visit each year
to honor the nation's war
heroes. Veterans of conflicts
dating back to the American
Revolutionary War have been
interred or reinterred there.
as have prominent figures in
black history such as Medgar
Evars and Thurgood Marshall.
Presidents John F. Kennedy
and William H. Taft are also
buried'at Arlington.


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NOEGEL
Continued from p. 1A

Noegel \\as a director and past
president, honored him with
the Independent Quality D ealer
Award in 2001. In 2002', he
received the National FIt)rida
Quality Dealer Award.
He also served on the
director's board of the local
chamber of commerce, which
honored him \\ith the Bus iness
Person of the Year Awarc I last
month and previously n;timed
him-the Small Business Pe:rson
of the Year.
Tom Smith, owner of
Coldwell Banker S mith
and Smith Realty, said his
acquaintance with Noegel went
all the way back to high school.
Born in Miami in 1945, Noegel
grew up in Starke in the 1 950s,
attended Bradford High School
.and played football for the
Tornadoes. He went on to at (tend
the University of Alabam;i and
obtain a master's degree in
math before returning to Sitarke
to work for his dad until hi::; dad
turned the business over to .him
in 1985.
"Bradford County has lost
a fine gentleman," Smith said.
"I've never heard anyone say
one derogatory thing about
Larry Noegel. He was j tist a
fine, fine person. I've known
.him all these years and just
thought the world of him."
George Roberts said Nc egel
was among those who he lped
.turn around down own
Starke. Noegel was origi ally


POWER
Continued from p. 1A

Of the 26 original proposals,
12 offered a power purchase
agreement, seven offered diirect
sale of the necessary equip: ment,
and 13 offered turnkey
engineering, procurement and
construction of a solar 1 ,ower
project for the agency. IFrom
those, the evaluation committee
selected three.
One company proposed
a 50 MW biomass plan I: that
would sell output to FMPA
under a 20-year contract: with
a possible 10-year exte'rsion.
The plant ;would be locai.ed in'
the Tampa Bay area as th ib'area
was best suited to provid:le the
fuel source. The plant 'vould
convert waste wood and other
materials into power.
Another proposal involved
installation of a 10 MW roof-
mounted photovoltaic s:'stem
by 2012.
A third company pro posed
building up to a 3 MW gr ound-
mounted central station but
it was willing to negoti ate a
higher output. A partner such
as the city of Starke would own
the system and sell the power
to FMPA. The city's subs nation
would provide the nece: ssary
connection.
Further negotiations' took
place, but the third corn pany
did not provide security, so
the proposal was considered
withdrawn. FMPA's executive
committee will vote to accept
the other two proposals in
March.
Responses to the. Decem nber
RFP for photovol taic equi p rnent
are still under consideration,
however, and Starke officials
seem confident an arrange ment
could be reached to deve'llop a
project here that would allow
the city to generate and sell
solar power.



Come to the
market
The Bradford Farmers M Iarket
will be open 'from 8 a.im. to
noon on Saturday, Feb. 16, on
the grounds of the Braidford
County Health Department
located on U.S. 301 in S;tarke,
" next to Bill Adams Chevirolet.
Come to the market for sweet,
luscious local strawberries,


spring onions, carrots, beets,
daikon radishes, springg.
salad mix, fresh dill, greens,
cabbage, kohlrabi, citrus and
hydroponically grown tomriatoes
and herbs. Come buy land scape
plants and hanging baskel: s with
strawberries. You'll also find
pickles, jams, jellies a,; well
as sweet baked goods, breads,
spices, local honey and rri ore at
the market-rain or shine.
To learn more, visit www.
bradfordfarmersmarket .com.
Come every Saturday from 8
a.m.-noon through the :nd of
June.


appointed as a member of the
Santa Fe Community College
Endowment Corporation
in 1986. In addition to
scholarships to help promote
continuing education, the
Endowment Corporation helps
raise money for major projects,
including the transformation of
the old county courthouse into
the Andrews Center and the
founding of the Lillian Stump
and Watson Centers.
Noegel served as president
of the endowment board in
1992, and in 1994, he was
the first president of the
Bradford County Education ,.
Foundation, which raises funds
for scholarships and classroom
grants to enhance educational
opportunities locally. He was
a Starke Rotary Club member,
serving as president in
1990-91, and a board member
of Communities in Schools
of Bradford County and the
Florida State Advisory Board.
The high school band, sports
teams and other groups and
organizations, including 4-H,
have benefited from Noegel's
involvement and generosity
throughout the years.
"He was a gentleman, a good
businessman and a pleasant
somebody," Roberts said.
Preserving the county's
history was also of importance
to Noegel. He chaired the board
of the Eugene L. Matthews
Museum-a museum he
helped found-for many years.
Andrews CenterDirectorCheryl
Canova said it was through
their mutual involvement with


In the meantime, a recurring
spat over the need to workshop
higher rates for electricity,
water and sewer may have
come to a temporary halt
at a strategic session of the
Starke commission last week.
CommissionerTommy Chastain
was pushing for a workshop
to discuss raising rates based
on available information, but
the remaining commissioners
are following City Clerk Linda
Johns' recommendation to
wait until two major projects
are finished. Both the electric
voltage conversion project and
the sewer plant rehabilitation
could substantially reduce
operating costs in both
departments.
The electric project is
aimed at reducing line loss, a
phenomenon said to be driving
up customers' bills. Upgrades
at the sewer plant should
also improve efficiency. In
particular, the city is looking
at a $1.24 million system that
would convert waste into a
safe, usable fertilizer that could
be applied directly to land.
Local usage would reduce or
eliminate waste hauling costs,
and the system would reduce
electric usage at the sewer
plant-which is very high-by
25 percent, and thus reduce
operating costs.
Water and sewer costs
outpace revenue by more than
$400,000 annually, and the
difference has to be covered
with electric revenue, another
factor contributing to electric
costs. The city has been raising
water and sewer rates by 5
percent annually for several
years, but not quickly enough
to make a difference in the
revenue shortfall.
A water and sewer rate
study was completed last
year, but the commission
postponed action pending the
outcome of the sewer project.



NA plans
local meeting
Narcotics Anonymous will
be holding an informational
meeting on Monday, Feb. 25,
at 7 p.m. The meeting will
be held at the Starke Police
Department.
Narcotics Anonymous
members will be providing
information about the
organization, including the
information necessary'to begin


local meetings in Bradford
County.
All individuals interested in
the organization who desire the
existence of local NA meetings
are encouraged to attend.


the museum that she came to
know Noegel.
"He was a pleasure to work
with, and we're going to miss
him," Canova said. "We're
going to really feel the impact,
because he was such a good
leader, a gentle leader. His
heart was in it, and he was just
a wonderful human being."
Linda Johns, Starke's city
clerk, agreed.
"He was the most sincere
person behind the scenes,
always wanting to do the right
thing. He was one of those
people who did a lot, but never
wanted recognition for what he
did," Johns said.
Of course, Noegel's most
enduring impression was on
his family, including his only
daughter, Ashley.
"I've learned a lot about life
from him," Ashley said. "He
taught me a lot of lessons, how
to live life well and give back
to the community."
Noegel is survived by
his wife, Brandi, and his
daughter, Ashley; his mother,
Jewelle Harbin Brown; his
sister, Sharon DeWitt; and his
stepmother, Faye Noegel. He
was a member of St. Mark's
Episcopal Church.
Funeral services for Noegel
will be Saturday, Feb. 16,
alt 11 a.m. at First United
Methodist Church of Starke,
with interment to follow at
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke is in charge of the
arrangements.


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need to be performed by a firm
specializing in that work before
the commission could take
action on adjusting those rates.


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Ministries, affiliated with
the First Born Church, has
set a revival for Sunday, Feb.
24, through Tuesday, Feb.
26, at 8 p.m. each evening.
Pastor Joyce Cohen will be
the speaker. The church i
located at 1425 N.E. 22nu
St. in Lawtey. For more
information or directions,
call (904) 52'5-2791'.

Brooker Church of God of
Prophecy will hold a special
gospel sing on Sunday, Feb.
17, at 10:45 a.m. The Sounds
of Joy and Southern Style
will provide special music.
Everyone is welcome to
attend the service at 17090
Olive Ave. in Brooker.

Mt. Pisgah AME Church
in Starke will host the
Bradford Gospel Ensemble
in celebration of the chbir's
anniversary on Saturday, Feb.
16, with a special service at 6
p.m. Guest gospel,-singers
will include the Gospel
Echoes, the Wings of Faith,
Lil' Johnny and the New
Gospel Wonders,- soloist
Dan Gibbs'and the Spiritual
Harmonizers. The Rev. Gary
Slaughter is pastor.:

Grace United Methodist
Church in Lawtey will host
a gosepl sing featuring the
Weeks Family on Saturday,
Feb. 23. A chicken and rice


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p.m. for a donation of $4.50.
The gospel sing will begin
at 7 p.m.

Old Providence Village
Baptist Church in hosting
a free barbecue on Saturday,
March 1, beginning at 11
a.m. Free food and soft
drinks will be provided at
the church located one-half
mile north of S.R. 238 on
Price Creek Road (S.R. 245)
and east of U.S. 41 and 1-75
near Ellisville.

Mt. Moriah Community
Church in Starke will
celebrate Family and Friends
Day on Sunday, Feb. 17, at
11 a.m. Everyone is invited
to attend the service at the
church at 803 Oak St. in
Starke. Dinner will be served.
The Rev. Charles Nelson is
pastor.

Bradford Baptist Church
in Starke will host evangelist
Robert L. Sumner on Sunday,
Feb. 17. He is the editor
of "The Biblical Evangelist"
and has written 37 books and
numerous booklets that are
in circulation with more than
4 million copies in more than
a dozen languages. Services
will be held at 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Everyone is welcome
to attend the service at the
church located approximately
1.3 miles east of U.S. 301



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Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church in Starke will be
having its annual love and
fellowship buffet breakfast
on Saturday, Feb. 16, from
8:30-11 a.m. at Jessie's Place
Restaurant on 734 N. Oak
Street in Starke. The price
is $4 for children eight and
under and $7 for adults.
Pastor Michael Johnson
invites everyone to attend.

St.Edward Catholic Church
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 6:30 p.m.
in the social center behind
St. Edward Catholic Church,
at 411 N. Temple Ave. in
Starke.

Anglow-Christi a-,
Women's Interdeno-
minational Organization
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 in
Starke. Call Elaine Gouih at
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
TAX DEED# 2008-0002
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
PLUTO 1. LLC the holders) of
the following certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 158
YEAR OF ISSUANCE; JUNE
2005
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
PARCEL 00867-0-00200
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
Exhibit A
Parcel #37
The West 132.00 feet of the East
264.00 feet of the South 330.00 feet
of the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section
11, Township 7 South, Range 21
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Parcel #38
The East 132.00 feet of the South
330.00 feet of the S 1/2 of the NE
1/4 of Section 11, Township 7 South,
Range 21 East, Bradford County,
Florida.
Above described parcels being
conveyed with a 60.00 foot
easement for ingress, egress and
utilities described as follows:
That part of the Westerly 60.00
feet of the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying
South of County Road 225 (formerly
State Road S-225) of Section 12,
Township 7 South, Range 21 East
together with the Northerly 60.00
feet of the Southerly 390.00 feet
of the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of said
Section 11.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
VINCENT C. VANDERLINDEN, JR.
Said property being in the County
of Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder at
the courthouse d qr at 11:00 A.M.,
THURSDAY, the 6"' day of MARCH,
2008.
Dated this 22nd day of JANUARY,,
2008.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
1/24 4tchg 2/14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
TAX DEED# 2008-0003
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
MARS 1, LLC the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 205
YEAR OF ISSUANCE; JUNE
2005
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
PARCEL # 00901-0-05300
LEGAL DESCRIPTION,
A parcel of land containing 1.02
acres, more or less, and lying in
the W 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of Section
20, Township 7 South, Range 21
East, Bradford County, Florida;
said parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Lot 53 of River Bend Estates (an
unrecorded subdivision) as per plat
attached hereto and made a part
hereof; said Lot being conveyed
with a right of ingress and egress
over easements as shown on plat,
also being subject to easements to
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc. as
as shown on said plat.
Said parcel being further described
as follows:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of said W 1/2 of SW 1/4 and run
.Sooth 00 degrees, 37 minutes and
18 seconds East, along the Easterly
boundary thereof, 697.00 feet;
thence South 89 degrees, 15 minutes
and 49 seconds West, parallel with
the Northerly boundary of said W
1/2; of SW 1/4, a distance of 685.41
feet for the Point of Beginning. From
Point of Beginning thus described
run South 00 degrees, 37 minutes
and 18 seconds East, parallel with
said
Easterly boundary, 429.04 feet;
thence South 71 degrees, 34
minutes and 48 seconds West,
105.03 feet; thence North 00
degrees, 37 minutes and 18 seconds
West, parallel with said Easterly
boundary, 460.94 feet; thence
North 89 degrees, 15 minutes and
49 seconds East, parallel with said
Northerly boundary, 100.00 feet to
the point of Beginning.
Reserving there from an easement
for ingress and egress over the
Southerly 25 feet.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
CYNTHIA WILCOX
Said property being in the County of
Bradfordy State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder at
the courthouse dqpr at 11:00 A.M.,
THURSDAY, the 61 day of MARCH,
2008
Dated this 22nd day of JANUARY,
2008.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: Carol Williams .
Deputy Clerk
1/24 4tchg 2/14

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
TAX DEED# 2008-0001
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
PLUTO 1, LLC the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate


number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 150
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: JUNE 2005
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
PARCEL# 00861-0-02300
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
A parcel of land lying in the SW 1/4 of
the NE 1/4 of Section 10, Township
7 South, Range 21 East, Bradford
County, Florida; said parcel being
more particularly described as
follows:
The West 331.29 feet of the North
394.46 feet of said SW 1/4 of NE
1/4.
Reserving there from an easement
for ingress, egress and utilities over
the Ely 15.0 feet thereof.


Above described parcel being
conveyed with a right of ingress,
egress and utilities over the following
described parcels:
The N'ly 30.0 feet of the W'ly 424.81
feet of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 and
the N'ly 30,0 feet of the E'ly 993.90
feet of the SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of said


be made by contacting GLE at
above telephone number. Sealed
bids shall be received no later than
March 6 h, 2008, 2:00 P.M. local
time at the "Bradford County School
District Finance Department."
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Also, commence at a concrete HEARINGS CONCERNING P
monument located at the NW AMENDMENTS TO THE C
corner of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 CITY OF STARKE LAND tl
of said Section 10, and run South 0 DEVELOPMENT CODE (i
degrees 07' 19" East, along the W'ly BY THE PLANNING AND C
boundary thereof, 157.72 feet to the ZONING. BOARD OF STARKE, MI
S'ly boundary of the ROW of CR FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS C
225 (formerly SR S-225); thence THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY fr
South 77 degrees 14' 19" East, OF THE CITY OF STARKE, S
along said Sly boundary, 405.77 FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY D
feet to the centerline of an existing GIVEN that, pursuant the City of d
road for POB (said road being 60 Starke Land Development Code,
feet in width and lying 30.0 feet on hereinafter referred to as the Land S
each side of a centerline described Development Code, and Sections R
as follows): From POB thus 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida F
described, run 0 degrees 07' 19" Statutes, as amended, objections, d
East, parallel with W"ly boundary recommendations and comments a
of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 a distance concerning the amendments, as IN
of 378.18 feet, thence South 15 described below, will be heard by o
degrees 15' 41" West, 374.65 feet, the Planning and Zoning Board of a
thence South 20 degrees 44' 49" the City of Starke Florida, serving o
East, 333.96 feet to the end of said also as the Local Planning Agency of tt
60 foot road beginning of a road and the City of Starke, Florida, at public E
the beginning of a road 20 feet in hearings on February 28, 2008 at w
width and lying 10 feet on each side 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as fe
of said centerline; thence continue the matters can be heard, in the t"
South 20 degrees 44' 49" East, County Commission Meeting Room, th
along said centerline, 30.88 feet; County Courthouse, located at F
thence South 21 degrees 12" 57" 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, C
East, 32.16 feet to the end of said Florida. IE
centerline. (1) LDC 08-2, an application by the (I
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: City Commission, to amend the text C
CLARENCE N. VANSYCKEL of the Land Development Code by MI
Said property being in the County amending Sec. 6-77.3 of the Land C
of Bradford, State of Florida. Unless Development Code by deleting fr
such certificate shall be redeemed the 50- foot area on either side of S
according to the law the property AIIlgrito:;Qteek from the definition D
described in such certificate will c0i lh-' Weilard and by adding d
be sold to the highest bidder at [Eirioqr-8 emnii-d Alligator Creek
the courthouse door at 11:00 A.M., Consp.rytion Buffer, which defines S
THURSDAY, the 6th day of the Alligator Creek Conservation R
MARCH, 2008 Buffer area and prohibits structures F
Dated this 22nd day of June, 2008. and' other development activities d
RAY NORMAN within said conservation buffer, a
CLERK OF THE COURT (2) Z 08-1 an application by the City NI
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Commission, to amend the Zoning o
BY: Carol Williams Map of the Land Development Code a
Deputy Clerk to change the zoning district from o
1/24 4tchg 2/14 AGRICULTURAL (AGR) to SINGLE 1
FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY (R-1C) B
NOTICE OF APPLICATION on property described, as follows: a
FOR TAX DEED A portion of a parcel of land lying Ml
TAX DEED# 2008-0004 within Section 21, Township 6 South, tt
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Range 22 East, Bradford County, tt
SATURN 1, LLC the holders) of Florida. Being more particularly tt
the following certificate has filed described, as follows: Commence t"
said certificate for a tax deed to at the. Northeast corner of the tt
be issued thereon. The certificate Northwest 1/4 of the Southwest ri
number and year of issuance, the 1/4 of the said Section 21; thence R
description of the property, and the West,, along the North line of the a
names in which it was assessed are Southwest 1/4 of said Section 21-, a o
as follows: distance of 837.90 feet and to the fe
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 440 Pointof Beginning; thence Southerly C
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: JUNE 2006 396.00 feet; thence Easterly 147.30 Ie
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: feet; thence Northerly 86.00 feet; (7
PARCEL# 02079-0-00000 thence Easterly 502.80 feet; thence C
LEGAL DESCRIPTION Southerly 215.90 feet; thence MI
PARCEL I Easterly to the West right-of-way tc
The West 200 feet and a strip 15 line of Grand Street 188.20 feet; Iv
feet North and South by 305.65 thence Northerly, along West right- (I
feet East and West across the of-way line of Grand Street 518.90 H
East 305-65 feet of the following feet; thence Westerly 821.50 feet to o
described property: the Point of Beginning. A
From the'Southwest corner of E1/2 Containing 6.89 acres, more or S
of SW1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 10. less. R
Township 6 South, Range 22 East (3) Z 08-2 an application by the City F
and run thence East along the South Commission, to amend the Zoning d
Edge of the said above 20 acres a Map of the Land Development Code a
distance of 404 and 9/10 feet to the to change the zoning district from N
West edge of the right of way of AGRICULTURAL (AGR) to SINGLE 1.
State Highway No. 13, thence run FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY (R-1C) W
Northeasterly along the West Edge ;;',:',onprperty described, as follows: B
of me ighi of way of State highway A -portion of a parcel of land lying 5
N', 13 a distance of 400 feet to "''wlthirilSection21,Township6South, ft
point of beginning, thence run Range 22 East, Bradford County, tl
Northeasterly along the West Edge Florida. Being more particularly P
of said right of way of said State described, as follows: Commence C
Roada distance 100 feet, thence at the Southeast corner of the Ie
run Westerly a distance of 503 and Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 (i
65/100 feet to West Edge of E 1/2 of of the said Section 21; thence North, C
SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 to a stake being along the East line of the Northwest MI
500, feet North of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section 21, a distance tc
corner of said above described 20 of 614.40 feet; thence Easterly to MI
acres, thence run South a distance the West right-of-way line of Grand (I
of 100 feet along the West edge Street 32.50 feet and to the Point of F
of said above described 20 acres, Beginning; thence Westerly 171.90 o
thence run Easterly a distance of feet; thence Southerly 623.50 feet; A
483 and 90/100 feet to said point thence Easterly to the West right- S
of beginning, and lying and being in of- way line of Grand Street 181.70 R
the E1/2 of said SW1/4 of NW1/4 of feet; thence Northerly, along the F
said Section, Township and Range. West right-of- way line of Grand d
Said 15' strip being for purpose of Street 629.50 feet to the Point of a
an access road to the said'200' by Beginning. N(
100'parcel. Containing 2.54 acres, more or o
PARCEL II: less. a
A parcel of land in E1/2 of SW1/4 (4) Z 08-3 an application by the City 1
of NW1/4 of Section 10, Township 6 Commission, to amend the Zoning o
South, Range 22 East, described by Map of the Land Development f(
metes and bounds as follows: Code to change the zoning district tf
Commencing on the North line of from AGRICULTURAL (AGR) to tl
said Section 10 at a point 1690.13 SINGLE FAMILY, VERY LOW E
feet Easterly from the Northwest DENSITY (R-1A) on property 7
corner of said Section 10, said point described, as follows: f(
being on the arc of a curve concave A parcel of land lying within tl
to the Southeast having a radius of Section 21, Township 6 'South, C
5729.578feet,thencefromatangent Range 22 East, Bradford County, le
bearing of South 11 degrees, 38 Florida. Being more particularly (9
minutes 40 seconds West run described, as follows: Commence C
Southwesterly along said curve at the Northwest corner of the M
through an angle of 01 degree, 30 Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 C
minutes 32 seconds a distance of
150.90 feet to the end of said curve,
run thence South 10 degrees 08
minutes 08 seconds West 2176.40
feet, run thence North 89 degrees,
53 minutes, 52 seconds West 61.08 l
feet to the Point of Beginning of the //
parcel of land hereinafter described; W
minutes 08 seconds East 100 feet,
run thence North 89 degrees, 53
minutes, 52 seconds West 40.72
feet, run thence South 10 degrees,
08 minutes 08 seconds West 100 The ihllutclhes
feet, run thence South 89 degrees
53 minutes 52 seconds East 40.72 -rot allofus at
feet to the Point of Beginning.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED; WESTERN STEER
KAREN CANNON & KATHY FAMILY
DAUGHTY I
SSaid property being in th County of STEAKHOUSE
Bradford, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be lS 301 S., Starke
redeemed according to the law 964-8061
the property described in such
certificate will be sold to the highest SI M r IsT
bidder at the courthouse door a t S i. lal l ysL- scpirs
11:00 A.M., THURSDAY, the 6t I i 1 m i
day of MARCH 2008. lipisO|llal 'htrch
Dated this 22"u day of JANUARY, Come- L.ef Wor.4 4
2008. Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
RAY NOROMAN Children's Church: 11:00 am
CLERK OF THE COURT
BY: Caroot:Williams 212 N. Chii'rh' ''ii'l'*Stairk. Fi.* 1.61-26
Deputy Clerk
1/24 4tchg 2/14


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ext 238. A non-refundable cost of
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f said Section 21; thence South
0O49'59" East 33.54 feet to the
South right-of-way line of Market
load and the Point of Beginning;
hence North 89018'19" East 375.97
eet; thence South 01036'01" West
79.65 feet; thence South 89006'17"
West 366.73 feet, thence North
049'59" East 669.15 feet to the
pointt of Beginning.
Containing 5.75 acres, more or
ess.
5) Z 08-4 an application by the City
commission to amend the Zoning
lap of the Land Development
Code to change the zoning district
rom AGRICULTURAL (AGR) to
SINGLE FAMILY, VERY LOW
DENSITY (R-1A) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 21, Township 6 South,
lange 22 East, Bradford County,
lorida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
t the Northwest corner of the
northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
f said Section 21; thence Easterly,
long the South right- of-way line
f Market Road 1,182.40 feet and
he Point of Beginning;. thence
Easterly, along the South right- of-
ray line of Market Road 216.50
eet; thence Southerly 802.40 feet;
hence Northwesterly 255.20 feet;
hence Northerly 721.90 feet to the
pointt of Beginning.
Containing 4.02 acres, more or
ess.
6) Z 08-5 an application by the City
Commission, to amend the Zoning
lap of the Land Development
,ode to change the zoning district
om AGRICULTURAL (AGR) to
SINGLE FAMILY, VERY LOW
DENSITY (R-1A) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 21, Township 6 South,
lange 22 East, Bradford County
lorida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
t the Northwest corner of the
northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
f said Section 21; thence Easterly,
long the South right-of-way line
f Market Road, a distance of
,556.20 feet and the Point of
Beginning; thence Southeasterly,
long the West right-of-way line of
market Street Road 454.40 feet;
hence Southwesterly 985 feet;
hence Northwesterly 125.40 feet;
hence Northeasterly 345.40 feet;
hence Northwesterly 196.50 feet;
hence Northerly to the Southern
ght-of-way line of West Market
load 802.40 feet; thence East,
long the Southern right-of-way line
f said West Market Road 160.48
eet to the Point of Beginning.
containingg 8.52 acres, more or
lss.
7) Z 08-6 an application by the City
commission to amend the Zoning
lap of the Land Development Code.-
o change the zoning district from
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION
R-M1) to SINGLE FAMILY, MOBILE
IOME, MEDIUM DENSITY (R-1D)
n property described, as follows':
A parcel of land lying within
Section 27, Township 6 South,
lange 22 East, Bradford County,
lorida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
t the Northeast corner of the
northeast 1/4 of the Northwest
14 of said Section 27; thence
West 230.00 feet and the Point of
Beginning; thence continue West
97.00 feet: thence South 729.60
set; thence East 597.00 feet,
hence North 729.60 feet to the
'oint of Beginning.
containingg 9.99 acres, more or
iss.
8) Z 08-7 an application by the City
commission to amend the Zoning
tap of the Land Development Code
o change the zoning district from
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION
R-M1) to SINGLE FAMILY, MOBILE
IOME, MEDIUM DENSITY (R-1D)
n property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 27, Township 6 South,
lange 22 East, Bradford County,
lorida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
t the Northeast corner of the
northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
f said Section 27; thence South,
long the East line of the Northwest
/4 of said Section 27, a distance
f 896.70 feet; thence West 26.70
eet and the Point of Beginning;
hence continue West 852.10 feet;
hence -North 143.10 feet; thence
Easterly 600.60 feet; thence North
37.40 feet; thence East 250.80
eet; thence South 884.90 feet to
he Point of Beginning.
Containing 7.11 acres, more or
ess.
9) Z 08-8 an application by the City
Commission, to amend the Zoning
lap of the Land Development
Code to change the zoning district


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SINGLE FAMILY,
DENSITY (R-1A)
described, as follows:
A parcel of land
Section 27, Townsh
Range 22 East, Brad
Florida. Being mor
described, as follows:
at the Southwest cc
Northeast 1/4 of the S
of said Section 27; t
15.00 feet to the North
line of Bessent Road;
89037'33" East 167.00
North 89005'18" East
thence North 00023'24'
feet and to the Point
thence continue Nor
West 238.57 feet; t
89036'36" East 756.68
South 00001'24" East
thence North 89005'18'
feet to the Point of Be(
Containing 4.25 acre
less.
The public hearing
continued to one or
dates. Any interest
be advised that the da
place of any continue
public hearings shall b
during the public hear
no further notice co
matters will be publish
At the aforementit
hearings, all interested
appear to be heard w
the amendments.
Copies of the amei
available for public
the Bradford County-C
Zoning, Planning a
Department located
Temple Avenue, Cour
Wing, Starke, Florida, d
business hours.
All persons are advise
decide to appeal any d
at the above referee
hearings, they will ne
of the proceedings,
such purpose, they
ensure that a verbat
the proceedings is
record includes the te
evidence upon which
to be based.

NOTICE OF P
HEARINGS CON'
AMENDMENT
THE CITY OF S
COMPREHENSI'
BY THE PLANNING A
BOARD OFTHE CITY
FLORIDA, SERVING
THE LOCAL PLANNII
OF THE CITY .O
FLORIDA, NOTICE
GIVEN that, pursuan
163.3161 through 163
Statutes, as amended
of Starke Land Develo
as. amended, herein
to as the Land Deveio
objections, reco
and comments ..con
amendments, as des.
will be heard by the
Zoning Board of Cit
Florida, serving also
Planning Agency of C
Florida, at public
February 28, 2008 at
as soon thereafter as
can be heard, in
Commission Meeting F
Courthouse, located
Temple Avenue, Starke
(1) R 080111 A, an a
the City Commission,
Future Land Use Plan
Comprehensive Plan I
future land use class
AGRICULTURE/ FO
than or equal to 1 dw.
5 acres) to MEDIU
RESIDENTIAL (more
less than or equal to 8
per acre) on property
follows:
A parcel within
Township 6 South, Ra
Bradford County, Flo
more particularly d
follows: Commence a
of said Section 21 and
right-of-way line of
Road; thence North
feet, along the South
way line of East Ma
the Easterly right-of
CSX Railroad; '",nc
1,878.00 feet, ii.
right-of-way line ., G
thence East 825.00
North -484.00; then
1,460.00; thence Nort
feet to the Point of Bei
Containing 26.00 aci
less.
(2) R 080111 B, an a
the City Commission
the Future Land Use
the Comprehensive P
the future land use
from AGRICULTURE


L (AGR) to (less. than or equal to 1 dwelling
VERY LOW unit per 5 acres) to LOW DENSITY,
on property RES1IDENTIAL (2 or fewer dwelling
unit i per acre) on property
lying within described, as follows:
ip 6 South, A parcel of land lying within
Ford County, Section 27, Township 6 South,
e particularly Ran(ge 22 East, Bradford County,
Commence Florida. Being more particularly
corner of the described, as follows: Commence
southwest 1/4 at t he Northeast corner of the
hence South Northwest 1/4 of the Southwest
h right-of-way 1/4 .of said Section 27; thence
thence North Sout:h, along the East line of said
D feet; thence the I northwest 1/4 of the Southwest
482.31 feet; 1/4 of said Section 27, a distance
"West 404.23 of 5:2'.36 feet; thence West 45.88
of Beginning; feet and to the Point of Beginning;
th 00023'24" then, rce North 89044'08" East 177.75
hence North feet; thence South 00010'19" East
1 feet; thence 885.93 feet; thence South 89037'
250.89 feet; Wes.t. to the Easterly right-of-way
"West 756.78 of E'as~t Mimosa Drive, 646.95 feet;
ginning. thence North 00055'30" West, along
es, more or the EBasterly right-of-way of East
Mim osa Drive, a distance of 801.56
is may be feet; t hence Southwesterly from the
more future Easte rn right-of-way to Western
d party shall right.-of-way of East Mimosa Drive, a
ate, time and distair ce of 61.66 feet; thence South,
nation of the along the Western right-of-way
)e announced of East Mimosa Drive, a distance
ings and that of 78B 8.61 feet to the North right-
ncerning the of-wa',y of Bessent Road; thence
ed. Wes terly, along said Northern
oned public right of-way of Besset Road, a
d parties may distance of 379.88 feet; thence
ith respect to Nortlh 03010'30" West 791.34 feet
to th e Southern limits of the 50-foot
ndments are Allig ator Creek Conservation band;
inspection at thence Northeasterly, along said
City of Starke Soul then limits of said 50-foot
and Building Allig aitor Creek Conservation band,
at 945 North a di E;tance of 584.14 feet; thence
those North Sou'th 89044'08" East 312.9 to the
during regular Poir it of Beginning
Containing 20.12 acres, more or
ed that if they less;.
decision made (3) S 080111 A, an application by
enced public the 1C ity Commission, to amend the
eed a record Future Land Use Plan Map of the
and that, for Cormprehensive Plan to change the
may need to future land use classification from
im record of AGFIICULTURE/ FOREST (less
made, which than or equal to 1 dwelling unit per
testimony and 5 acres) to MEDIUM DENSITY,
the appeal is RESIDENTIAL (more than 2 and
less than or equal to 8 dwelling units
2/14 1TCHG per 'cre) on property described, as
folio vvs:
UBLIC A portion of a parcel of land lying
CERNING withirsi Section 21, Township 6 South,
TS TO Range 22 East, Bradford County,
STARKE Floridia.. Being more particularly
VE PLAN descr ibed, as follows: Commence
,ND ZONING at tine Northeast corner of the
OFSTARKE, Northwest 1/4 of the Southwest
ALSO AS 1/4 of the said Section 21; thence
NG AGENCY -Wes t, along the North line of the
F STARKE, Sou:tiwest 1/4 of said Section 21, a
IS HEREBY distance of 837.90 feet and to the
t to Sections Point of Beginning; thence Southerly
,3215, Florida 396..0 0 feet; thence Easterly 147.30
and the City feet; thence Northerly 86.00 feet;
ipment Code, then( e Easterly 502.80 feet; thence
after referred Southierly 215.90 feet; thence
ipment Code, Easte rly to the West right-of-way
mmendations line o f Grand Street 188.20 feet;
ncerning the theni,.o Northerly, along West right-
cribed below, of-w;ay line of Grand Street 518.90
Planning and feet; tth ence Westerly 821.50 feet to
:y of Starke, the Point of Beginning.
as the Local Cont:aining 6.89 acres, more or
'ity of Starke, less.
hearings on (4) S; 080111 B, an application by
6:00 p.m., or the City Commission, to amend the
s the matters Futurr. Land Use Plan Map of the
the County Com p rehensive Plan to change the
Room, County future land use classification from
at 945 North AGRICULTURE/ FOREST (less
e, Florida. than c r equal t.:. 1 *..-,ein.g un- per
application by 5 acr es) to '.lEDlu't.4 T, E.j ITY,
to amend the RESIDENTIAL (more th3n 2 and
n Map of the less t hian or equal to 8 dwelling units
to change the per acre) on property described, as
3ification from follow, 3s:
)REST (less A portion of a parcel, of land lying
selling unit per within Section 21, Township 6 South,
M DENSITY, Ranc)6e 22 East, Bradford County,
than 2 and Florida. Being more particularly
dwelling units desc ri bed, as follows: Commence
described, as at tlii Southeast corner of the
South west 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
Section 21, of their said Section 21; thence North,
range 22 East, alon g' the East line of the Northwest
irida. Being 1/4 of- said Section 21, a distance
described as of 61.4.40 feet; thence Easterly to
t the East line the \ test right-of-way line of Grand
the Southerly Street 32.50 feet and to the Point of
East Market Begin ning; thence Westerly 171.90
west 456.00 feet;. thence Southerly 623.50 feet,
herly right-of- then ce Easterly to the West right-
rket Road to of- vitiay line of Grand Street 181.70
-way line of feet; thence Northerly, along the
,e Southwest West right-of- way line of Grand
said Easterly Street 629.50 feet to the Point of
,SX Railroad; Begi running.
feet; thence Con gaining 2.54 acres, more or
ce Northeast less.
hwest 120.00 (5) !3 080111 C, an application by
ginning. the City Commission, to amend
res, more or the Future Land Use Plan Map of
the Comprehensive Plan to change
application by the future land use classification
n, to amend from AGRICULTURE/ FOREST
Plan Map of (less; than or equal to 1 dwelling
lan to change unit per 5 acres) to LOW DENSITY.


classification
E/ FOREST


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Above and at right, judges Adam Wainwright,
Jennifer Norse and Malcolm Hill sample
entries from eight contestants. At left, Randy
Andrews served chili, donations for which
went to Hope Christian Academy.


Scorpio's Red Hot Chili Cookoff on
West Call Street in Starke featured
entertainment, prizes, vendors and plenty
of chili to sample. Steve Denmark, pictured
above pouring a 20-year-old balsamic
vinegar on a bowl of his chill for Bo Clark,
took top prize in the cookoff.


S' Brandon Sheffield prepares a bowl
at the Sugar Tree Cafe's booth. The
"Cooter Bob" Kerce, winner restaurant had three entries-Ohio,
of the best booth prize, poses Texas and white chicken chili-and took
with his granddaughter, Trinity third in the cookoff.
Roberts. Donations there
benefited the Tickled Pink A
cancer awareness charity. .


Darrell Dugat, Donna Keener and Jason Lewis kept
the booth for A Bradford Plus Insurance covered, and
apparently they served up a tasty chili recipe. The
entry won the second-place prize in the cookoff.


You might be a
redneck if you
go bobbing for
pigs' feet, or
you could just
be competing
in the cookoff's
Redneck Games.
Above, Trey
Gilpin (right)
and Don Snyder
gasp for air as
they try to grab
the greasy feet.
Gilpin managed
to get 11 and won
$50 downtown
dollars. At right,
Hayden Smith
tries for a basket,
but the "basket"
was more like an
old commode,
a seatless chair
with a chamber
pot underneath.
An antique, or
maybe modern
plumbing if
you're a redneck.


sponsors
.Il\ ic '. I rMil Rl dge Fe' ll .al
is looking lur sponsors and
community participants.
The two-day festival,
featuring food, craft vendors
and entertainment, is planned
for Saturday and Sunday,
March I and 2. There will
alsei -be- a communitywvide
worship service on Sunday
Swith participation from several
i community churches.
Donations as little as $25 are
welcome and can be mailed to
Treasurer Abby Massey care of
the Trail Ridge Festival. P.O.
Box 903, Lawtey, FL. 32058.
Make checks payable to Trail
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Class of '73
meeting
The Bradford High School
Class of 1973 will meet on
Saturday, Feb. 16, at 5 p.m. at
Cedar RiverSeafood Restaurant.
Planning for the class' 35th
reunion is under way, and any
classmates wishing to attend
are welcome.


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Van Den Hurk named Renaissance Center's Teacher of the Year


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer

From the initial impression
she makes, one is not too
surprised that Stephanie Van
Den Hurk was named Teacher
of the Year at the Renaissance
Center.
A strong, no-nonsense
person, mixed with a sense of
deep dedication and caring.
Van. den Hurk is exactly the
type of teacher the alternative
school requires.
The Renaissance Center is
an alternative school where
students, who because of
disruptive behavior or defiant
and apathetic attitudes, are sent
because they're not succeeding
in the regular schools.
Students such as these are
placed at the Renaissance
Center for anywhere from 45
days to an entire school year,
depending on the individual
cases.
It is the alternative school's
job to provide discipline,
structure, close attention
and positive reinforcement.
The mission is to help these


'Step Up' to a
healthier life
Enjoy free entertainment and
receive freebies like books,
and even bike helmets while
discovering new ways to lead a
healthier life when the Bradford
County Health Department
hosts its fifth annual "Step Up,
Florida!" event.
This year's event will be held
inconjunction with the Bradford
County Farmers Market on
Saturday, Feb. 23, from 10 a.m.
to I pm at the Bradford County
Health Department.
Steele Country will provide
live entertainment. The Starke
Police Department will offer
free bicycle helmet fittings, and
the Bradford County Health
Department will give bike


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Stephanie Van Den Hurk

student turn their negative
attitudes and behaviors around,
enabling them to return to their
regular schools to successfully
complete their studies.
Van Den Hurk, who teaches
high school level math and
science, said that regardless of


helmets to cyclists that need
one.
Healthy Families is giving
away Mother Goose books.
The Bradford County Fire
Department will have a fire
truck on site for children
and parents to explore. The
cooperative extension office
will offer information on food
safety, health and nutrition.
AHEC will offer information to
help senior citizens live safely.
Free drawings will give
attendees a chance to win
"Farmers Market Dollars" that
they can spend with the vendors
at the market.
The Bradford County Health
Department is located at 1801
N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301) in
Starke. Follow the signs to the
Bradford Farmers Market.
For more information, please


the root cause of the students'
acting out behavior, it all
boils down to their becoming
frustrated with their inability to
keep up with the curriculum in
their classes This often causes
them to become disruptive-
seek attention, even if it is
negative attention.
"The important thing in
dealing with these students,"
Van Den Hurk said, "is being
up front with them. Letting
them know, firmly, that they are
here to learn, but also that you
are on their side"
She said that some of the
students will "try her" by seeing
whether they can get away with
the same behavior that landed
them in the Renaissance Center
in the first place.
She said it doesn't take long
for them to realize that, due
to the relatively small amount
of students in the class, there
is "no big audience" for
them to impress with their
shenanigans-therefore, no
payoff for negative behavior.
"I also don't let them push
my buttons," she said. "If
they are waiting for a strong


contact Raynell Fields at (904)
964-7732, ext. 132.



Pleasant

Grove meets

Feb. 18
Pleasant Grove Action Group
will meet again on Monday,
Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m.
Area residents are invited
to each meeting. The group
typically meets 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.


reaction from me to whatever
they're doing, they're gonna
be disappointed."
"I just say, 'Okay, are you
finished?'" said Van Den
Hurk.
Van Den Ilurk said she
knows too well that the key
to changing their academic
attitude is transforming low
self-esteem to the sense that
they are capable of learning
and possess personal worth.
"Once they see that they can
do something, solve a problem,
answer a question, then it
becomes much easier to deal
with them. Their eyes begin to
open up," said Van Den Hurk.
She said that this new-
found sense of self-worth and
capability often is carried over
to their other subjects, which
are-taught by other teachers in
the program."
Asked about an example that,
gave her particular gratification
as a teacher, she recalled one
boy who, when he arrived at
the Renaissance Center, had
very little belief in himself"
and basically saw himself as
a failure.


YMCA meets

Feb. 28
The next YMCA board


"Taking the time to work
with him and showing him
that he could succeed in his
studies, dramatically changed
his whole attitude and made
him enthusiastic about his
subjects," Van Den Hurk said.
She said her assistant,
('hub Johnson, whom she
called a "true gentleman and
an awesome teacher's aide,"
deserves a lot of the credit for
their success with the students.
Born in Dayton, Ohio, she
lived there with her father,
Greg, and mother, Sarah for 12
years.The family then moved to
Michigan where they remained
for five years until moving to
Clearwater, where her dad had
secured a job as a chemist.
Van Den Hurk graduated from
Pinellas Park High School and
went on to attend the University
of Florida where she received
her bachelor's degree in health
science education. She also has
earned many credits in UF's
postgraduate program
She began her teaching
career at the P.A.C.E Center for
Girls in Jacksonville where she
remained for 15 years.This was


meeting is scheduled for
Thursday, Feb. 28, at 6 p.m. in
the boardroom at Capital City
Bank.
A nominating committee


her first experience teaching
at-risk students.
She then moved on to
Northwest Middle School in
Jacksonville, where she was a
sixth-grade science teacher for
four years.
She then became a teacher at
Ed White High School, also in
Jacksonville, where she taught
physical science and health for
three years.
She began teaching at the
Renaissance Center last year.
Along the way she met her
husband, Arnold, who came
to the United States from
Holland as part of an exchange
program involving the Royal
Netherlands Navy and the U.S.
Navy. He was stationed at the
Jacksonville Naval Station
where he trains teachers-who
will pass his knowledge on
to those training to be flight
engineers.
The couple, who now live
in Starke, have a daughter,
Rebecca, and a son, Chris.
Beside being an avid fan of UF
sports, she is an accomplished
equestrian who has competed-
in many competitions.


for the selection of new board
members will be assembled
and dates will be selected for
this year's fundraisers.


LEGALS
Continued from p. 6A


described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 21, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
' "'Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
at the Northwest corner of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
of said Section 21; thence South
00049'59" East 33.54' feet to the
South right-of-way line of Market
Road and the Point of Beginning;
thence North 8918'19" East 375.97
feet; thence South 01036'01" West
679.65 feet; thence South 89006'17"
West 366.73 feet, thence North
00049'59" East 669.15 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
Containing 5.75 acres, more or
less.
(6) S 080111 D, an application by
the City Commission, to amend
the Future Land Use Plan Map of
the Comprehensive Plan to change
the future land use classification
from AGRICULTURE/ FOREST
(less than or equal to 1 dwelling
unit per 5 acres) to LOW DENSITY,
RESIDENTIAL (2 or fewer dwelling
units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 21, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
at the Northwest corner of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
of said Section 21; thence Easterly,
along the South right- of-way line
of Market Road 1,182.40 feet and
the Point of Beginning; thence
Easterly, along the South right- of-
way line of Market Road, 216.50
feet; thence Southerly 802.40 feet;
thence Northwesterly 255.20 feet;
thence Northerly 721.90 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
Containing 4.02 acres, more or
less.
(7) S 080111 E, an application by
the City Commission, to amend
the Future Land Use Plan Map of
the Comprehensive Plan to change
the future land use classification
from AGRICULTURE/ FOREST
(less than or equal to 1 dwelling
unit per 5 acres) to LOW DENSITY,
RESIDENTIAL (2 or fewer dwelling
units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying. within
Section 21, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County
Florida. Being more particularly
described,.as follows: Commence
at the Northwest corner of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
of said Section 21; thence Easterly,
along the South right-of-way line of
Market Road, a distance of 1,556.20
feet and the Point of Beginning;
thence Southeasterly, along the
West right-of-way line of Market
Street Road 454.40 feet; thence
Southwesterly 985 feet; thence
Northwesterly 125.40 feet; thence
Northeasterly 345.40 feet; thence
Northwesterly 196.50 feet; thence
Northerly to the Southern right-
of-way line of West Market Road
802.40 feet; thence East, along the
Southern right-of-way line of said
West Market Road 160.48 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 8.52 acres, more or
less.
(8) S 080111 F, an application by
the City Commission, to amend
the Future Land Use Plan Map of
the Comprehensive Plan to change
the future lahd use classification
from AGRICULTURE/ FOREST
(less than or equal to 1 dwelling
unit per 5 acres) to LOW DENSITY,
RESIDENTIAL (2 or fewer dwelling
units per acre) on property


described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 21, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
at the Northeast corner of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest
1/4 of said Section 21; thence
Easterly, along the North line of
the Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest
1/4 of said Section 21, a distance
of 432.70 feet and the Point of
Beginning; thence Southwesterly
190.30 feet; thence Easterly 666.00
feet; thence Northwesterly 640.10
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 1.39 acre, more or less.
(9) S 080111 G, an application by
the City Commission, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan to change the
future land use classification from
LOW DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (2
or fewer dwelling units per acre) to
MEDIUM DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL
(more than 2 and less than or equal
to 8 dwelling units per acre) on
property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 27, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
at the Northeast corner 'of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest
1/4 of said Section 27; thence
West 230.00 feet and the Point of
Beginning; thence continue West
597.00 feet; thence South 729.60
feet; thence East 597.00 feet,
thence North 729.60 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
Containing 9.99 acres, more or
less.
(10) S 080-111 H, an application by
the City Commission, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan to change the
future land use classification from
LOW DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (2
or fewer dwelling units per acre) to
.MEDIUM DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL
(more than 2 and less than or equal
to 8 dwelling units per acre) on
property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 27, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford Courtty,
Florida. Being more particularly
Described, as follows: Commence
at the Northeast corner of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
of said Section 27; thence South,
along the East line of the Northwest
1/4 of said Section 27, a distance
of 896.70 feet; thence West 26.70
feet and the Point of Beginning;
thence continue West 852.10 feet;
thence North 143.10 feet; thence
Easterly 600.60 feet; thence North
737.40 feet; thence East 250.80
feet; thence South 884.90 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 7.11 acres, more or
less.
(11) S 080111 I, an application by
thb City Commission, to amend
the Future Land Use Plan Map of
the Comprehensive Plan to change
the future land use classification
from AGRICULTURE/ FOREST
(less than or equal to 1 dwelling
unit per 5 acres) to LOW DENSITY
RESIDENTIAL (2 or fewer dwelling
units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 27, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence
at the Southwest corner of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4
of said Section 27; thence South
15.00 feet to the North right-of-way
line of Bessent Road; thence North
89037'33" East 167.00 feet; thence
North 8905'18" East 482.31 feet;
thence North 0023'24" West 404.23
feet and to the Point of Beginning;
thence continue North 00023'24"
West 238.57 feet; thence North


89036'36" East 756.68 feet; thence
South 00001'24" East 250.89 feet;
thence North 89005'18" West 756.78
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 4.25 acres, more or
less.
The public hearings may be
continued to one or more future
date. Any interested party shall
be advised that the date, time and
place of any continuation of the
public hearings shall be announced
during the public hearings and that
no further notice concerning the
matters will be published, unless
said continuation exceeds six
calendar weeks from the date of the
above referenced public hearings.
At the aforementioned public
hearings, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to
the amendments.
Copies of the amendments are
available for public inspection at
the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning Department located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decisions
made at the above referenced
public hearings, they will need a
record of the proceedings, and that
for such purpose they may need
to ensure, that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based.
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PUBLIC AVAILABILITY OF
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL
INFORMATION
Pursuant to Section 324 of
the Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act
(EPCRA), the following information
is available to the public upon
request during normal working hours
by the North Central Florida Local
Emergency Planning Committee,
2009 NW 67th Place, Gainesville,
FI 32653-1603:
Hazardous Chemical Inventory (Tier
Two) Forms
'Shelter In Place Training
Assistance
Material Safety Data Sheets
(MSDSs)
Emergency Release Follow-up
Reports
Hazard Analysed for Section 302
Facilities
LEPC Hazardous Materials
Emergency Response Plan
How-to-Comply Information for
Hazardous Materials Users
Free HazardousMaterials Response
Training for First Responders
Your Telephone Book may contain
Hazardous Materials Emergency
Information that you could be asked
to follow in an actual emergency.
The North Central Florida Local
Emergency Planning Committee
(Florida District 3 LEPC) serves
Alachua, Bradford, Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton,Lafayette,
Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, and
UnionCounties:Toobtaininformation
on the above items, please contact
Dwayne Mundy at (352) 955-2200
x 108, email mundy@ncfrpc.org or
visit ww.ncflepc.org.
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Legal Notice
The First Jobs First Wages
Committee of Florida Works will
hold a meeting on Thursday,
February 21st, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at
the Santa Fe Community College,
Center for Innovation and Economic
Development, 530 W. University
Ave., Gainesville, FL 32601.
Please contact Radha Selvester at
352-955-3011 with questions.
2/14 ltchg


Eueryone Benefits!

When you shop with your

Bradford County <
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lot of activities in your

community.


Vour community

merchants Support High

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These organizations

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40 Notice
41 Vehicles Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 lBorts
45 Land IbrSale
46 Real Estate Out ofArea
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
48 Homes ior Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 Fnr Rent


INDEX
51 Lost/lourd
52 Ainials & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keytonie Yard Sale.s
55 Wanted
56 Trade i rSwuap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Pemional Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Tiravel


63 Liove Lines
64 Business Oportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Lad tor Rent
68 Rent to Q iwn
69 Food Supplements
70 Sell'Storaye
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


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that the holidays are over?
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40
Notice
EOUAL HOUSING OP
PORTUNITY All ieal es-
tate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fai 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 anyadverlis-


ing for leal estate which
is in violation of the law.
Ouit eadeis aie hereby
infoited that all dwellings
advertised in this news-
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-
bei 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.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
SING should be submitted
to the Starke office in wiit-
ing & paid in advance un-
less credit has already
been established with this
office. A $3.00 SERVICE
CHARGE will be added to
all billings to 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 $9 50
for Ihe-fiist 20 words, then
20 cents per word there-
after.
I, JAMMIE NICHOLS, WILL
NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
for any debt incurred by
Daniel Nichols as of Feb.
iuaiy 7. 2008.

411
Auctions
AUCTION SALE SATUR-
DAY. FEBRUARY 16.
10am. Clayton Homes
auctioning all new and
used homes. Call for
mote details. 904-276.
3828.

42
Motor Vehicles
2004 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER. LT Fully
loaded, silver, dark gray
lealhel inlenrior, sunroof,
six CD-changer, power
wint lOws, ,1 d :t sIts, hlilt't
wiiad".ws dduitsltaill! ped
als wilh low miles $16K
OBO Call 352-258
5622
1992 LEXUS LS400. HIGH
MILES. RUNS GREAT.
reduced to $3995 Newer
battery and tires. Call
904-964-4111.


'99 HANDICAPPED GMC
VAN 1500 SAVANA. good
condition. 115K miles.
(]iver and passenger
seats rotate to accept
wheelchair persons.
Electronic lift, tie clowns, TV.
$15K or make offtter Call
352-473-8864.
2000 PONTIAC GRAND
AM SE. Excellent condi-
tion. 4cyl, great gas mile-
age, air, CD. spoiler.
$4,500 OBO. Call 904-
964-6516
1995 FORD E250 351 -
AUTO, COLD AC, towing
package. $1.500 OBO6
Call Michelle at 904-964-
8440.
'96 CAMRY, $4,450 OUT
THE DOOR, Fresh
tuneup, cold ani and
drives great Power op-
tions all woik. Dave's
Auto Sales. 904 214-
9357.
'97 ALTIMA SEEKS ULTI-
MATE OWNER. $3,950
out the doot. 5sp, 122k,
flesh tuneup and waiting
for you at Dave's Auto
Sales in Middleburg, 904-
214-9357

00 GRAND PRiX SE I'm
youis toi $5,450 out the
door. Dave's Auto Sales,
2865 Blanding Blvd..
Middlebuig. 904-214-
9357
'99 TACOMA PRE-RUN-
NER FOR $5,950, Cold
ail, new ties. loppei,
come drive moe at Dave's
in Middlebutg Visit
dasmiddlebtIg com o0
call 904-214-9357
'94 TAURUS SE $5.950
OUT THE DOOR High
mileage but well main-
lamed and still smells
new See more at
d'asmiddleburg.com or0
call 904-214-9357.
'03 PT CRUISER GT WITH
FRESH TUNEUP and.
new tives I'm youis for
$10.500 That includes '
everything Come drive
me Call 904-214-9357.
dasmiddlebuig corn

44
Boats and ATVs
14FT FIBERGLASS BOAT
AND TRAILER. $400
Call 352-275 3632
FIBERGLASS FISHING
BOAT WITH GALV
TRAILER 15'40hpMan.
ner Good condition with
trolling motor Asking
$2,500. must see to ap-
preciate CAll 904-964-
5210


45
Land for Sale
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
SSTONE/PUTNAM. Lots
lor sale, 1/3 acie and up.
lowrlowil tWIK('I financ
itt()avail;tlill Call 1 800
616-8373
1 75 ACRES. BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND Mobile
homes and houses al-
lowed Asking $29,900.
Call 904-422-0470
(owner/agent).
ONE ACRE WITH 28X80 4/
2 MOBILE HOME, like
new. Financing available.
4 miles from Starke, call
386-496-1146.
100X300 LOT WITH 3/2
MOBILE HOME al 1498
Middleburg Rd., off 301,
Call 904-718-7023 or
904-744-5005
LAKEFRONT 2/3 ACRE
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High
Key
place
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SANDS LAKE Mobile
homes okay, paved road.
$40K. call 352-475-3975.
ONE ACRE, ONE BLOCK
OFF SR21 NORTH, by
Jerry's Mobile Homes.
No impact fees. well, sep-
tic and power already in
place. $30K, call 904-
669-9783.
BUILDING LOTS FOR
SALEE 1/3 ACRE, paved
road, $15K Call 352-
475-3975.
KEYSTONE OFF 315C 5+
ACRES WITH double-
wide and singlewide, both
3/2 Small barn, fenced.
Both rented with 1 and 5
year lease for, a total in-
come of $1,300/mth.
$100K, call 386-864-
7131
2 FENCED LOTS FOR
SALE IN KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS city limits.
80'x147'. cleared, 3


blocks from schools.
$29,500 each, zoned for
single or two family struc-
ture. Call,352-473-8773.
126 ACRES NORTH OF
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
oh Jones Creek Road.
$8K/acre. Will entertain
all offers. Call 352-475-
., 1904.
47-
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with office,
barn, mini storage, 5
acres,f of South 301.
Also & 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. Call 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.


Commercial Building For Rent
h traffic location on SR-21, next to Johnny's BBQ. Great location for
stone Business. $1,250 a month rent. $1,250 security deposiL 17 parking
es. Call for information.


3/2 DWMH on acreage, Clay County,
(felifri v -37)
*'BRAND NEW HOME-3/fwith'approx.
1,354 sq.ft. with garage in Clay County
$1,100/month & security (R-22)
4/2 home with approx. 1,932 sq.ft. located
in Seminole Ridge $950/month & security
(R-33)
2/1 home on Lake Geneva. Avail. March
1st. $650/month & security. (R-16)
3/2 MH in Hampton $675/month & security
(R-36)
3/2 DWMH in Hampton $675/month &
security (R-35)
Commercial Building in Keystone Heights
on SR-21. $900/month & security. (R-41)
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Homes starting at $549.00
Water included W/D Hook ups
Fitness Center e Computer Room
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Great resident activities.
Walking distance to school.
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Detached 24x24 garage work shop with a 24x20
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units For info, call An-
gela at 352-473.7683
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Homes for Sale
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage.
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $895/mth Call
352-258-0865
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,
cabinets. floor covering,
Florida Power and Light
utilities. 2 miles N. of
Starke on 301. asking
$85,000. Phone (352)
745-0039.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 3/
2 HOME ON 2+ ACRES.
1456 sq ft living space.
Central heat and air.
Above ground pool with
large patio. Unattached
work building and also
additional storage build-
ing. Located off Hwy301
South on CR227. $125K,
call 904-964-5582 after
6pm.
3/2 HOME, 2 ACRES,
CLAY COUNTY. Fire-
place, sprinkler system,
vaulted ceiling, great
neighborhood. Off
Immokalee Rd, asking
$150K Call 352-473-
3365.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
I HAVE 2 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE DWMH and
SWMH, 3/2 and 2/2. We
can move, owner financ-
ing, I am not a dealer,
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without lot. Fast cash,
quick closing Call 386-
684 1052 or 352-283
8674 or 888 999-1389.
call anytime.
ONE ACRE LOT WITH A 3
1 SINGLEWIDE plus
laige 14x28 addition
Owner financing Shied.
workshop, carpotI.
fenced/crossed fenced
OffCR225. $8,000 down.
$55K. Near SW 87th Ave.
Starke. Call 386-684-
1040, 352-283-8674 or
888-999-1389,
www.VacantLotsUSA.com
28X60 3/2 MOBILE HOME,
WELLAND SEPTIC. Like
new financiancing, available
in Union County. Call
386-496-1146.
66X28 DOUBLEWIDE ON
1.7 FENCED ACRES. 4/
2. fireplace, carport, work-
shop, storage shed, front
and back porches, metal
roof on Little Springs
Road in Worthington
Springs, CH/A, ready to
move into. All appliances
included, $84,900.
Phone 352-339-4132 or
386-496-2829.
ONE ACRE WITH 2BR
MOBILE HOME. 6860
NW 204th Terr., Starke,
FL 32091. Call 802-897-
8624 or 904-782-3628.
WALK TO BRADFORD
HIGH SCHOOL from this
new 3/2 Homes of Merit
doublewide mobile home.
Partially furnished plus
appliances. $84K, call
Andy at 352-235-2972.
MACCLENNY LAND
HOME PACKAGE. New
1579 sq ft 3/2 upgraded


Salin Kitchen pacrkng
and mole on 1.5 shaded
acres on the SI. Mary's
Rivei. $120,000, 904-
259-8028.
ALL "2007" MUST GO
Selling lot models at in-
voice. Including linitue
and decor Must see to
believe Call Larryat 904-
259-1100.
"2008" 28X44 3/2.
FLEETWOOD, $29,900.
Call Larry at 904-259-
1100.
OWN YOUR OWN LAND?
LAND/HOME PACK-
AGES. No down pay-
ment wac Call 904-259-
8028.
"2008" 16X80 3/2
FLEETWOOD $29.900
Call 904-259-8028
50
For Rent
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ON
LAKE GENEVA, 3 blocks
from schools. 3/2, $895/
mth. Call 352-222.9111
MELROSE WHISPERING
PINES COMMUNITY. 1/
1 mobile home in quiet


counliy setting oil SR21.
Must l have clari crniirrnal
history $275/mlh. $275/
dep Call 352 475+6285.
2/2 MOBILE HOME IN
LAKE BUTLER on 2,5
aces, w/d connection,
CH/A Rent, $650/mth.
Call 904-693-6092
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
RENT MOBILE HOME
READY Notravel tailer
or RV $200/mth, call
904-796-0442.
I LRNISHED-ROOMS FOR
RENT' COMPLETE with
CH/A. cable provided, all
utilities paid' Cential 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.
and more! See Manager
at the Magnolia Hotel,
across from the Starke
Post Office. 904-964-
4303.


VACANT LAND

FOR SALE


2 PROPERTIES OFF OLDII'

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Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heighis public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vin)l flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One story'onl\ no stairs to clihrmbnb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor lii ing
*Convenient laundry facilities No pets


& 418 S.E. 41st Loop
Handicapped
quipped in Keystone Club Estates oP PRTo'UN,
(Next to the Golf Course)

Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682


WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedhoom
MH, clean, close In
prison. Call 352-468
1323.
SPECIAL RENT 2 & 3BR
Iomes, newly renovated.
Deposit iequed Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools. $995/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
MOBILE HOME COM-
MUNITY No banks, flex-
ible terms. Lake Butler
area. Call 386-496-8111
or go to www hidden
oaksmhc.com
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street. Lake Butler, Fl
32054. Ph: 386-496-
3141, TDD/TTY 711.
Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3
& 4 BR HC & non HC ac-
cessible apartments


Laiin y facility & play-
giound. Water, sewer &
garbage provided. Equal
Housing Oppoilunity,
ON LAKE GENEVA
MCDONALD'S MOBILE
HOME PARK, 1, 2 and
3BR lor rent. Call 904-
445-8669
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKEFRONT LARGE 2/
2 brick home, 2 1/2 ga-
rages, many extras, great
view. $850/mth, call 678-
640-1524,
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
USE YOUR TAX RE-
FUND CHECK to own
your own home. We can
make it happen Call for
more details. 386-496-
8111 or go to www. hidden
oaksmhc.com.
2BR UPSTAIRS APART-
MENT located in down-
town Starke. $450/mth.
Call 904-364-9022.
3/1 TURN OF CENTURYA-
FRAME HOME. Nice
neighborhood. $550/mth,
first, last, deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-3579
2/1 GARAGE APART-


MENT. Private, but in
town. $450, first, last,
deposit, lease. Call 904-
964 3579
2/2 HOME WITH DE-
TACHED CARPORT
AND WORKSHOP in
Clay County, close to
KI vl(rne, HejhIs $750
inth ll ll 352 475-6260
$499 MOVE-IN SPECIAL
2 & 3 BR mobile homes
Hidden Oaks Manufac-
rlied Home Community,
Lake Butler. Call for de-
tails. 386-496-8111.
3/1.5 HOUSE IN STARKE
Owner/agent. Call 904-
964-5069.
1/1 HOUSE NICE YARD,
HWY 301 NORTH,
STARKE. $450/mth, low
utilities (FP&L), 6 month
lease. Call 904-769-
6020.
IN RAIFORD, CLOSE TO
PRISONS 2/1 SWMH,
with washer and dryer.
$500/mth. $200/dep plus
tirst and last month Call
386-431-1917.
VACATION RENTAL -
LAKE SANTA FE COT-
TAGE. Weekend.


weekly, monthly. 2/1 with
rlock, sandy beach, swim-
ring, boating and fishing.
Call 352 468-2386,
MELROSE HOUSE 2/1
ON PAVED ROAD. 2 5
acres, screened porch,
workshop. $675/mth,
first, last and security
Call 352-475-3094 or
352-235-1143.
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME. 2/2, $600/MTH.
Doublewide, 3/2. $600/
mth. Both located in Lake
Butler. Call 904-966-
0765.
2/2 HOME WITH'LAUN-
DRY ROOM FOR RENT,
$575/mth Call 904-769-
9616.
IN RAIFORD, NEWLY
RENOVATED. 3/2 mo-
bile home. Heat and A/
C, front and back
screened porches. No
smoking. Call 386-431-
1568.
3/2 WITH 2 ACRES-POS-
SIBLE HORSE OR COW
AVAILABLE. $700/mth.
call 352-258-4617.
2/1 IN KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS, $450/MTH.
Call 352-258-4617


3/2 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME IN GRAHAM -
fenced yard, country liv-
ing. Service animals only,
no smoking 1st month
and security, 1 year lease
Call 352-468-2544.
HOUSE FOR RENT ON
LAKE GENEVA in Key-
stone. 3/1 clean concrete
block home Available
Feb. 15th. $775/mth,
first, last and security re-
quired Call 352-475-
5718,
51
Lost/Found
REWARD YELLOW LAB
WITH ORANGE COL-
LAR missing from Lake
Butler Hospital area since
January 15. Unneutered
male. answers to Tater.
Please call 386-496-3103
or 386-496-2406
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS- DOG TAGS -
DCG TAGS' By lhliri al
lih Offi(i' Shop in Starke
on Call St Only $4 75.
including postage Many
colors. shapes and styles


Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker

(9041] 964-5069
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
faulknerrealty@embarqmail.com


Walk to BHS from this new 3/2 Homes of Merit
DWMH. Partially furnished plus appliances.
Call Andy at 352-235-2972. $84,000


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Starke, FL

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Sin our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
our plant to your redi-forms.
M$149 per vd + tax... deliveredto you!
I...... l-yard = 80 sq. ft. at 4" deep


ALMOST FINISHED with a '/
total renovation on this 2- f
story 3,500+SF located on
historic Walnut St. Granite k
kitchen countertops, k
upgraded lighting, hardwood
floors, you just have to see
this one. $450,000
LARGE AND SMALL PARCELS
for homes or mobile homes.
1 ACRE
Septic & power pole
$32,000


VALK TO SOUTHSIDE SCHOOL
rom 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. $139,900

Call about DISCOUNTED
Land Prices up to 20%
OFF through March 1st.
COMMERCIAL SITES available.
Vacant or with buildings.


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2 BR, Treed Lot, New Wall
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Paint.
$455.00 per month
plus security

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MOVING SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, 9AM-?
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Couch, tables, dressers,
TVs, kitchen supplies,
clothing, full house
DON'T MISS THIS MUL-
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SALE. Dishes, clothes,
baby items, household
items, toys, furniture, por-
celain dolls and more.
Come see these cared for
items. Saturday. Febru-
ary 16, 7:30am-lpm at
738 Parker St. off Call St.
in Starke.
FEBRUARY 16TH, SATUR-
DAY. SR16toCR233,'left
on Morgan Rd, across
from Handy Way. One
mile on right. 7am-12pm.
Clothes (boys and
womens. captain's bed,
dog box, truck bed mat
and lots more.
55
Wanted
WANTED BANTAM
CRANE. PLEASE CON-
TACT Yelton Construction
at 904-819-9141.
RENTAL WANTED -
BRADFORD COUNTY/
STARKE area. Small
house or doublewide mo-
bile home in good condi-
tion in safe area for retired
female. Contact Linda at
904 797-3669.
LOOKING FOR A USED 3
TON CENTRAL heat and
air unit in good condition.
Call 904-964-8654.


ROOMS

FOR RENT
Economy Inn
lawley, R $35 a&Up
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
7 DaM Rr Sdrvice
Microwave Cable/HBO
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


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


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APARTMENTS

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WANTED DISH NET-
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Will pay cash and will pick
up Call 352-284-8140
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 avail-
able. dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $6100. sacrifice for
$1100. 352-377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Band neiw -.ill boxed
Can deliver Retail S5800.
sacf iceE$1100 352 377-
9846,
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name band, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-8588.
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.
1876 KURTZMANN BABY
GRAND PIANO. $2,000
OBO. Call 904-964-
4563, serious inquiries
only.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
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tables, swings, rockers
and much more. Call
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21 CU FT REFRIGERA-
STOR, $150. CALL 904-
964-9843.
GO CART 5HP BRIGGS
& STRATTON, motor and
frame. Diamond plate
floor board, unique steer-
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Only driven a few months.
Asking $350. Call 904-
814-1279.
STEEL BUILDING SPE-
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available. www.scg-
grp.com. Source: OFE,
call 904-759-7173.
TWIN CAPTAIN'S BED
WITH HEAD and
footboards with book-
shelf, drawers underbed,.
dresser to match, $250.
Aluminum dog box, full
- size pickup, $200. New
bed mat, full size pickup,
thick rubber, $75. Call
904-964-6327.
59
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Cars for Sale
$500 POLICE
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Cars. Trucks. SUV's.
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CLARK FOUNDATION RE
PAIRS, INC Coinecion
ol teinile & 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.
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.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick up
anywhere. $100 and up.
Call 904-219-9365 or
904-782-9822.
HOME OR OFFICE
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Regional News

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


Valentine's


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
Kathy Graham of Brooker
said she was glad she and her
husband did not marry right
out of high school, when she
and Marvin attended the same
school-he being one grade
ahead of her.
This was at Santa Fe High
School in Alachua County in
the mid-1980s.
Although they knew each
other, Kathy said she didn't
like the crowd he was running
with and he showed only
passing interest in her at the
time.
Cut to seven years later,
after Kathy's first marriage
had ended after only six
months and Marvin's two
previous marriages were
similarly short-lived.
It was then that they
happened to bump into each
other at a country-western
music-oriented club called DJ
Chaps in Gainesville.
"I guess both of us had
matured after our initial
failures at the matrimony,"
said Kathy.
Whatever it was, Kathy
admits to having been instantly
smitten by Marvin and
proceeded to follow him to his
home in Brooker-where they
both lived just some few
streets apart.
Marvin said he knew she
was following him, but it was


2 earn state

wrestling.

bids for BHS

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford High School's
Casey Hines won the
championship in the 215-
pound weight, class, while
teammate Billy Brooks
finished as runner-up in the
140-pound class at the Region
1-Class A wrestling
championships on Feb. 8-9 at
Matanzas High School in Palm
Coast.
"They wrestled their tails
off," Bradford coach Joe Van
Vactor said of his two
wrestlers, who earned their
second straight trip to the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals, which will
be held today-Saturday, Feb.
14-16, at the Lakeland Center.
Hines got off to a great start
in the tournament when he
pinned his opponent in 21
seconds. He went on to pin his
next three opponents.
The championship match
was a little more difficult than
his first three matches before
Hines finally pinned his
opponent in the third period
with the score tied at 3-all.
"I -should've beaten him
much sooner," said Hines, who
thought he didn't take
advantage of his opponent's
mistakes.
Still, Hines won, which he
was confident he could do, yet
that did not make the moment
any less emotional.
"I was ecstatic," he said. "I
was so excited."
Van Vactor said Brooks had
a bit of a tougher draw than
Hines. Just to get to the
championship match in his
class, Brooks had to come out
on top in an overtime match.
Brooks displayed, in that
semifinal match, the abilities
.that have made him successful,
his coach said.
"He knows where he's at on
the mat and what he needs to
do, at what time," Van Vactor
said. "He's a smart wrestler."
Brooks lost 3-0 in the
championship match, saying
he failed to take advantage of
his opportunities.
"I wasn't on my 'A' game,"
Brooks said.
Brooks, though, earned a
spot in the state finals by virtue
of his top-four finish. That, in
the end, is what mattered, he
said.
"I can still win state,"
Brooks said. "I'm confident in
my ability."
A total of six wrestlers from
Bradford qualified to compete
in the regional tournament,
though only Brooks and Hines
will move on to state. Shawn
Boyette and Brandon Andrews
were each one match away


by mutual a
began one of t
of whirlwind c
From that (
couple have ra
They marri
later, but the


just another day for Brooker couple
agreement. Thus would have been much sooner through his stomach, Marvin gotten used to the opening of grateful for her effect on his
he most tornadic had Marvin not needed to clear said that not the least of cans or the employment of the one son, Bobby, from a
ourtships. up some red tape concerning Kathy's desirable qualities is microwave when he was ready previous marriage.
day to this, the his divorce from his previous that she is a first-rate country for a good meal. "He was not doing well in
rely been anart. wife ..k.. Although Kathy was a bit school, because he didn't


ied 10 months
couple said it


Perhaps proving the saying Marvin said from his two
that a way to a man's heart is previous marriages he, had


too modest to take credit, one
also sensed that Marvin was


See V'TINE p2l


_________ i'' II ~


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Feb. 14, 2008


V'TINE
Cont. from p.1 B
care," she said. "But I kept on
him and made sure he
graduated from high school.
Now 21, he has a good job
in auto parts in Lakeland.
Kathy and Marvin have now
been married approximately 14
years and say they apparently
were made for each other.
"I think a lot of it has to do
with the fact that we both
come from farming
backgrounds," Kathy said.
The couple said they have a
very matter-of-fact
relationship, with no pretenses
nor desires for more than they
already have.
At first glance, it seems to
be a union of opposite
temperaments.
While Kathy is never at a
loss for words and admits to
having an impetuous nature, "I
rarely look before I leap," she
said. "If I have an idea or
there's something that I want, I
usually just go for it, with little
thought about the future
consequences."
She said that when she told
her mom, "Guess what. I'm
doing," her mother, all too
familiar with her daughter's
impulsiveness, correctly said
without hesitation, "You're
getting' married."
Marvin, on the other hand, is
in many ways Kathy's
complete opposite. A quiet,
even-tempered man, he's
content to allow his wife to do
most of the talking, something
she has absolutely no problem
with.
_They have their own
business in Brooker,--Graham'
Farms-24 acres where they
grow annual, and seasonal
crops such as squash,
cucumbers, brocolli,


Starts FrL., Feb. 15
Martin Short in

'-C 1- K


Fri. 7:05, 9:10
Sat. 4:55, 7:05, 9:10
Sun. 4:55, 7:05
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30


cauliflower, lettuce, okra,
eggplant and strawberries.
They take their produce to
the farmers' markets in Starke,
Keystone Heights and other
towns in the general area.
This, said Marvin, is about
the only time they are apart,
when each of them is at a
different farmers market.
"Out of a whole week, we're
apart maybe 12 hours,"
Marvin said.
Kathy said they avoid the
downside many couples face
who spend so much time
together because when they
disagree about something,
whether concerning their
business or other matters, they
manage to work it out through
a slow evolving process of
compromise.
."When he suggests an idea
about how to improve the
business, let's say, I'll often
say 'no,'" Kathy said. "But
Marvin will come back to me a
few days later and make the


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same suggestion again-and
then again a few days after
that."
Gradually, said Kathy, she
and Marvin will often work
out an accommodation. That is,
said Marvin, unless they both
have their heels dug in and no
compromise is possible.
"At that point, we just
dismiss the. idea and don't talk
about it again," said Marvin.
It 'bc'ame cleaii that it is
th ir.'busiiess which provides
th' 'Thiotar"' that 'keeps them
together.: They are'proud, said
Kathy, that five years ago they
were able to break free and
live' off their own labors,
without having to work for
somebody else.
When the subject turned to
Valentine's Day, both of them
said they don't pay much
attention to holidays where the
couple' is- supposed to feel
obligated to buy the other
jewelry, flowers or cards.
"To tell you .the truth," said
Marvin, "the only time we'll
exchange gifts or dine out is on
each other's birthdays or on
our anniversary. .We don't
make a big fuss or show about
Valentine's Day or
Christmas."
Kathy said she had no
problem with that. She spoke
critically of the TV
commercials one usually sees
around Valentine's Day or
Christmas which tell the
viewer that they must buy their
loved one jewelry, expensive
perfumes or the like.
"I don't care a thing about


ulamonds, jewelry or other
.forms of 'bling hling,'" said
Kathy. "I'll tell you what my
'diamond' is: a rider
lawnmower. Or, yes, plenty of
seed to pul in my birdhouses. I
consider myself very low-
maintenance."
The couple said on their one
day off front toiling on their
farm, they're perfectly content
to sit and watch TV, especially
Gators sports or NASCAR.
"We don't need occasions
like Valentines Day to make a
big show of how we feel about
each other," Marvin said.
"We already know," added
Kathy.


Storm tryouts
set Feb. 23
Tryouts for the Storm
fastpitch 12-and-under team
have been set for Saturday,
Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. at the
Keystone Heights High School
field. For more information,
call Lisa Cravey at (904) 591-
3144.

BHS Class of
1978 to meet
The Bradford High School
Class of 1978 reunion planning
committee will meet Thursday,
Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. in the media
center at Bradford High
School. For more information,
contact Christie Torode at
(904) 966-6095 or via e-mail
at bhstorode@yahoo.com.

BHS offering
FCAT prep
sessions
Bradford High School is
offering FCAT prep sessions
on Mondays and Fridays
before school in the media
center.
If your student needs
tutoring in math. reading.
science or writing in
preparation of the upcoming
FCAT tests, please make plans
for them to attend.


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Starke Rotary
brings back
Beast Feast
After a five-year
hibernation, the Starke Rotary
Club will revive its Wild
Game Beast Feast in order to
raise funds for its Santa Fe
Community College
scholarship endowment fund.
The feast will be held on
rtinrdaiv Anril 5. at the Starke


23, at 2 p.m. at the Union
County High School softball'
field.'
For more information,
please call Beverly Lasseter at
(352) 281-2613.

Tri-County

Pesticide

Applicator's


Golf and Country Club,, Update
starting at 6 p.m. In addition to U a
wild game, there will be plenty The Bradford, Union and:
of sides and desserts, along Baker County Extension:
with entertainment and a silent offices will hold the 18'.:
auction. Annual Tri-County Pesticide:
All proceeds from the Applicators Update on,
auction and the feast will help Monday, Feb. 18, 2008. This:
the Rotary Club endow its -.Update will take place at the:
scholarship' fund for local Raiford Fellowship Baptist
students at SFCC. Church located on S.R. 121:,
Tickets are $65 and can be approximately, 13 miles:
purchased from any Rotary northwest of Starke. Licensed.,
Club member or by calling private pesticide applicators.-
Ameriprise Financial Services can earn up to three continuing.
at (904) 966-0002 or the education units (C.E.U.)Y
Bradford County Telegraph at toward recertification of their.,
(904) 964-6305. pesticide applicator's license. "-
This update will begin at::
Starke 5:30 p.m. with a calibration:
demonstration followed by a&:
Kiwanians catered meal. Additional
topics for this update include:
selling ribs law, personal protective'
equipment and spill cleanup,-'
Feb. 23 pasture and hayfield weed,::
control, vegetable virus and,''.
The Kiwanis Club of Starke insect control through :
will soon be firing up the grills selection, and updates on
and smokers for what has pasture and hayfield pest,
become an annual fundraiser control.
for the club-cooking- and Registration is $10 per",
selling slabs of ribs. participant. To reserve your'.',
Tickets, which are $16 per handout material and meal for,-
slab, may be purchased from .this update, contact the-.-.
any Kiwanis Club' of Starke Bradford County Extension :.
member or from Starke Otfice (904) 966-6224 byr:
businesses Sporting Chance noon, Tuesday Feb. 12. Walk-:
and Denmark Furniture. .,on registrations and the $10.;s
The ribs will be ready...for per person fee will be taken at
pick-up on Saturday,-.Feb. 23, the door based on space,:.
at Community State Bank in availability.
Starke from 11 a.m. until 2 ./
p.m. Sign
For more information, Sign-ups ,
please call Warren Carver at f
(904) 964-7434. continue for


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Starke Rec.
programs
Spring baseball and girls'
fastpitch softball registration is.:
still under way at the Starke
Recreation Department.
Those interested have until
this Friday, Feb. 15, to,
register.
The sports are open .to
children 4-15., .(The .age'.,
determining'date is"April 3).,.
The registration fee is $75.
($10 is added if you sign up.J
after the deadline.)
Also, Feb. 15 is the deadline'
to register for the children's
ceramics class. Classes, which
will be held Fridays at the
Starke Recreation Department,
begin Feb. 22. Registration fee'
is $20.
For more information, call
the Starke Recreation
Department at (904) 964-6792.

Umpires
needed for
Starke Rec.
Department
The Starke Recreation
Department is in need of
umpires-certified or non-
certified-for baseball and
girls' fastpitch softball.
The pay scale for umpires in
baseball is as follows: T-ball
$15 (non-certified): rookie $20
(non-certi'fied)/$25. (certified):
minor $30/$35: major $30/$35:
13-15-year-olds $35/$40: 16-
18-year-olds $35/$40.
In softball, the breakdo\N n is
as follows: 8-under $20/$25.
10-under $20/$25. 12-under
$25/$30, 14-under $25/$30
and 16-under $35/$40.
Clinics for umpires %will be
held at the Thomas Street
complex on Sunda\.. Feb. 24.
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BY ARNIE HARRIS
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"It's my way of giving
back," said Sgt. Kevin
Sheckels. "If you are fortunate
enough to live in this country,
there's no excuse for living life
in a selfish way. We're all
about helping people when
we're needed."
Sheckels, the assistant
leader of the electronics,
platoon of the 631st National
Guard Maintenance Company
in Starke, no doubt spoke for
the nearly 80 dedicated men
and women in uniform at the
National Guard Armory in
Starke.
Sheckels, who has been in
the Guard for 21 years, cited
the service he and his fellow
soldiers provided during
several natural disasters that
struck Florida, from Hurricane
Andrew in 1992, to the
wildfires that plagued Volusia
County in 1999, and the three
hurricanes that wreaked havoc
across Central Florida in the
fall of 2004.
The 631st, under the
command of Capt. Geri
Swarts, is tasked with the
responsibility of maintaining
and mobilizing an array of
Army support 'vehicles
including Heavy Expanded
Mobility Tactical Trucks, (or
HEMTT), a cargo truck
capable of towing up to 5,000
pounds of systems; High
Mobility Multi-Purpose
Wheeled Vehicles (more,
popularly known as Humvees),
tool trucks and. vans, jeeps,<
mobile kitchen trailers, water
trailers (called water buffalos),
among others.
Swarts pointed out a brand
new vehicle called a Light
Multi-Purpose Tactical
Vehicle, that has just replaced
a longtime 2,500-pound cargo
truck (known in the military as
"a deuce and a half'".)
In order to receive more
intense and advanced technical
training, the entire company
will be deployed to camp
Dodge in des moines, iowawill
be deployed to Camp Dodge in
Des Moines, Jowa, Saturday,
Feb. 16, for a three-week
annual training.
The initial two weeks will be
devoted to Military
Occupational Specialty
Training, which entails
fortifying and upgrading-the '
soldiers' maintenance skills,'
said Sgt. April Gibbs,
Readiness NCO and a 24-year
veteran at the Starke Armory.
The third week will
concentrate on Army Warrior
Training, said Gibbs. ,
Sgt. 1st Class James A.
Killimade, who is a recruiter
for the guard, laid out the
benefits for those who choose
to sign up.
"Along with the opportunity
to serve their country, a recruit
will not only learn valuable job
skills, earn more than $170 in


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of the Family Readiness support group.


extra money a month, have
their college education paid for
up to a bachelor's degree, but
may be eligible to receive a
$20,000 signing bonus," said
Killimade.
He said that being a member
of the Guard requires a six-
year commitment, with the
enlistee to be on duty at least
one weekend a month at the
Armory. In addition, there is a
two-week training deployment
each year, such as the one the
631st is about to embark on in
Iowa.
Citizens ages 17 to 35, with
no prior military service are
eligible for the Guard, said
Killimade, while anyone with
prior military service can enlist
from age 18 to 59.
"I do my recruiting pretty
much every day at Union
County High School, and
Bradford i, High School,"
Killimade said.
He added that he has been
successfully meeting his
annual goal, set by his higher-
ups, of 24 recruits a year.
Second Lt. William Nichols
and Warrant Officer Jason
Venable, from Green Cove
Springs and' St. Petersburg
respectively, were busy in their
office entering data in regard
to each Guard member's
mandatory annual Army
Fitness Training Test.


Nichols. said that soldiers
must be able to do-based on
their age-a designated
number of pushups and situps,
as well as be able to run two
miles, or walk two and one-
half miles.
' Meanwhile, Sgt. Jonathan
Hubbard himself busy with
paperwork, has been in the
guard for eight years. He lives
in Jacksonville with his wife,
2-year-old son and baby
daughter. He said he is a
something of a one-man-unit,
the technician solely
responsible for the
maintenance of portable
electronic devices such as
radios, walkie-talkies and field
telephones.
"It's been a great experience
for me being in the guard,"
said Hubbard. "I've been able
to get valuable training and
excellent educational
benefits."
For those at the ready to go
anywhere, at home or'abroad,
where their services are
needed, there exists an official
support service at home.
It is called Family
Readiness, and was founded in
2003 when the 631st was
deployed to Fort Stewart in
Georgia for 18 months.
Gibbs said that early in that
deployment there existed the
real possibility that they were


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Iraq. However, that possibility
never materialized, she said.
Family Readiness' mission
is to provide support for the
soldiers' families when they
are away from home..During
the next few weeks they will
be keeping tabs on the families
of the guard as their loved ones
are away.
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people, came under the
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I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Services Commission insisted
State energy on utility generators
diversifying their fuel sources.
policies create But current energy polices are
calling for us to go in the
burdens opposite direction, a position
Dear Editor:, where another Katrina or Rita
There was a letter printed in could force fuel supplies to
the Telegraph that was critical tighten and cause electricity
of my report in our January costs to double or triple. 11
Kilowatt newsletter. In that natural gas supplies were to
report, I addressed the huge really tighten up, we might be
economic burden proposed sitting in the dark until the next
state energy policies would shipload of liquid natural gas
create for members of Clay from Venezuela arrives.
Electric Cooperative. Providing Hugo Chavez says
Nineteen years ago, Clay it's okay. ...
Electric's board of trustees _..4-n--th past year just over
.._ected-- -be-- grrr 4000 megawatts of planned
Manage/CEO of Clay Electric electricity generation that
Cooperative. One of my chief could have come from coal-
concerns has been to ensure fired plants have been
the efficient operation of the canceled, all due to anti-fossil-
cooperative and provide fuel attitudes. Can this power
affordable and competitively generation be replaced with
priced electricity. The renewable energy sources, like
cooperative has been very wind turbines, solors panels,
successful in this endeavour, and the burning of biomass or
since we currently offer some municipal garbage? Our power
of the lowest priced electricity supplier generates
in the state. Many members approximately 4 percent of its
tell me how much they electricity using renewable
appreciate our low rates, our energy sources are either not
excellent service, our Capital reliable enough to require
Credits refunds, our enegery generation utilities to obtain 15
rebate and energy loan or 20 percent of their
programs, and a long list of electricity from renewable
other services that our sources is simply not realistic.
members benefit from. Renewable energy sources are
The letter writer made not either not reliable enough to
one mention of the serious depend upon for large-scale
economic burden we'll all face generation, too expensive, or
as we attempt to adjust the the technology doesn't exist yet
earth's thermostat so it doesn't to make it reliable or
get any warmer. And we're not affordable. Some folks say we
talking about a few cents more can simply cut back our
for-a gallon of gasoline or a electricity usage to eliminate
few dollars more on an electric the need for more power
bill. An economic estimate by plants. I can only guess how
the United Nations put the spartan a lifestyle we'll be
financial sacrifice to global forced to live in order to
warming at $20 trillion. Think prevent future power plants
about that number for a from being built.
minute. We believe in protecting the
The key point I've been environment. Our power
making in my reports to our supplier also believes in
members is that the cost to having a minimal impact on
implement all these efforts to the environment while
change the planet's providing us with electricity.
temperature will. mean The additional coal-fired
dramatically higher electricity generating unit that our power
bills. want to bring online would
One of the chief reasons this have. the latest emissions
nation of oursenjoys-such-a -control equipment available,
powerful economy is because and -additional emissions
of reasonably priced energy, control projects on the two
including electricity. We use existing generating units
many time-and-labor saving would mean that total
appliances powered by emissions from the three units
electricity, ,which make our would be lower than current"
lives more enjoyable and less levels' As I mentioned earlier, .
strenuous. If you don't believe -there's not- been much
electricity helps us "live discussion about the economic
longer, more secure and impact of proposed energy
healthier lives," look at how polices. Our power supplier
hard life is in some Third estimates that if it's forced to
World countries that don't have o build Unit 3
a reliable supply of eletrty d use natural gas for its
Affordable electncity means wer eneration, it would add
we have money left over each power generation, it would add
month to spend on things that about $600 per year to our
enrich our lives, like vacations, average member's power bill.
setting aside money for our The Florida Chamber of
children's education -or -'Commerce has studied the
perhaps just dining out issue, and has urged politicians
occasionally. and legislatures to carefully
And why is electricity so consider the economic impact
reasonably priced? One of the proposed energy policies will
chief reasons is that our power have on this state.
supplier generates 60 percent Being concerned about our
of its electricity using coal as a environment is a good thing,
fuel. Coal is domestically but creating energy policies
abundant, reasonably priced that wreck our economy and
and thanks to state of the art destroy our way of life is not a
emissions control equipment- smart move. We need to
meets or exceeds all balance both cost and common
environmental regulations. sense when addressing the
Energy policies that aim to subject of climate change.
eliminate coal from this state's Members of Clay Electric
fuel generation mix push us expect me to make the right
toward more dependence on decisions when it comes to
natural gas, which cost more power .costs and power
and is subject to price reliability. Coal is reasonably
volatility. When hurricanes priced, reliable and
affected Gulf natural gas .domestically available means
structures in 2005, electricity of power generation. To
generators dependent on eliminate coal from our fuel
natural gas to fuel their mix now without a reliable
generators struggled to find replacement would be a
supplies. Prices spiked mistake.
dramatically. Utilities came It's my job to communicate
very close to issuing brownout to our members that current
and blackout orders w hen efforts to combat climate
natural gas supplies ran change by eliminating coal
perilously low. Following that .: fired generation from our
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Lord's day
will have
Christian
music
Dear Editor:
This is my first time to write
to the editor, but here goes.. I
and my family shop in the
Winn-Dixie grocery store in
Starke at least three times per
week. Each time we go there,
we are exposed to music over
the airwaves that I so wish that
I didn't have to hear.
Well this week, after having
gone there, when I came home
1 picked the phone and called
the 800 number on the grocery
receipt. I explained to them
how,,we,.felt.about the music,
and I" asked' if they could


please consider playing
Christian music on the Lord's
Sunday for all the Christian
people who shop in Winn-
Dixie.
Guess what? Today they
called me back, informing me
that this coming Sunday and
thereafter, on Sundays, they
will play Christian music in
our Winn-Dixie in Strake.
Christians please go in there
and thank them for their
consideration for all of us who
love.our Lord Jesus Christ
Chaplain R.P. Perry
Starke

Spa says
thar -you--
Dear Editor:
Tim Faulkner of Scorpio's
Day Spa and Main Street.
Starke Inc would like to thank
the pageant contestants and
their parents, the chili entrants,
the volunteers, Ricky
Thompson, Steele County
Band, Wiley Sweat, American
Cancer Society, Steve
Denmark, Ron Lilly, Starke
Police Department, our
vendors and all of the folks
who came out on this beautiful


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Thank You,
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Kelly Dorsey
a fine

musician
Dear Editor:
This past weekend I
attended the Florida Music
Educators Association All-
State Clinic Conference at the
Tampa Bay Convention
Center. Over 10,000 .of
Florida's best student
musicians and music educators
are featured in performances
and seminars that have
received national recognition
for their excellence.
1 had an opportunity to


As you prepare to sell
your home, you must begin
by making a choice: to seek
the services of a profession-
al or to proceed without
representation. You realize
that your home is probably
your biggest financial
investment, with a value
that could be hundreds of
thousands of dollars.
Now imagine if you had
a legal problem involving
that kind of money would
you prepare and present
your own case to the judge
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observe one of your local
music educators in rehearsal
and performance as conductor
of the All-State Small School
Honor Band. Kelly Dorsey, the
director of bands at Union
County High School, led the
130-piece All-State wind
ensemble through a thrilling
performance on Saturday
afternoon. It is always a
challenge for a conductor to
create a quality performing
ensemble with students from
so many different schools.
Throughout the rehearsals
Dorsey's positive
encouragement and
outstanding musicianship was
the catalyst for creating a well-
honed musical organisation
that preformed with artistic
skill beyond their years.
Musicians learn more about
our craft from observing
rehearsals than the finished
performance. Mrs. Dorsey's

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OBITUARIES


Larry Noegel

Larry Noegel
STARKE Larry Schafer
Noegel, 62, of Starke died
Tuesday, Feb. 12. 2008, following
an extended illness.
Mr. Noegel was born in Miami
on Oct. 19, 1945, and was a
longtime resident of Starke. He
was a member of St. Mark's
Episcopal Church of Starke and
was president of Noegel's Auto
Sales, Inc.
He was also very active in the
community in support of
education and the business
community. He was a member of
the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce, the
Bradford County Education
Foundation, the Santa Fe
Community College Endowment
Corporation, Communities in
Schools and the Starke Rotary
SClub. He was also active in" other
community service organizations.
He is survived by: his wife,
Brandi Noegel of Starke; a
daughter, Ashley Noegel of
Orlando; his mother, Jewelle
Harbin Brown of Starke; a sister,
Sharon DeWitt of Starke; and his
stepmother, Faye Noegel of
Starke.
The family will receive friends
at Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Starke on Friday, Feb. 15, from
6-8 p.m.
Funeral services for Mr. Noegel
will be held on Saturday. Feb. 16,
at the First United Methodist
Church in Starke with the Rev.
Dennis O'Neill conducting the
services. Interment will follow in
Crosby Lake Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
the Santa Fe Community College
Endowment Corporation, 3000
N.W. 83rd St., Gainesville, FL
32606, or the American Cancer
Society, 1199 Bessent Rd., Starke
FL 32091

Alice Braddock
PENSACOLA Alice Smiley
Braddock, 84, of Pensacola died
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008, at the
Encore Senior Village of
Pensacola following an extended
illness.
Mrs. Braddock was born in
Waupaka County, Wis. She was a
longtime resident of both Union
and Bradford counties. She was a
homemaker and a secretary during
WWII. She attended the Methodist
Church and volunteered as a pink
lady at hospitals in both Union
and Bradford counties.
Mrs. Braddock is survived by: a
son, Gary Braddock of Pensacola;
a sister, Kathleen Tralonga of
Appleton, Wis.; a brother, James
Smiley of New London, Wis.; a
sister-in-law, Hilda Hansen of
Jacksonville; two granddaughters
and one great-grandson.
Mrs. Braddock was preceded in
death by her husband, Tillman R.
Braddock.
Funeral services were held Feb.
10 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with Brother
Scott Fisher conducting the
services. Burial followed in Dekle
Cemetery of Lake Butler.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the Alzheimer's
Foundation of America at
www.alzfdn.org.

Mary Cruise
LAKE BUTLER Mary
Catherine Lennon Cruise, 102,
died Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2008, at
her home following an extended
illness.
Mrs. Cruise was born in
Brooklyn, N.Y., where she lived
most of her life. She was the
daughter of the late Hugh Lennon
and Mary McMagh Lennon. She
was a license inspector for the city
of N1eJw' York for many years.
Mrs. Cruise was a member of
the St. Joan of Ark Catholic
Church in Queens, N.Y. She had
resided in Lake Butler with her
nephew and caregivers Dr.
William Lennon and his wife
Gerri since 1991.
Mrs. Cruise is survived by: a
great nephew; three great nieces;
12 great-great nieces and her
caregivers.
Mrs. Cruise was preceded in
death by her husband, Joseph
Cruise.
Funeral services were held in
the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler, with the
Rev. Larry Clyatt conducting the
services. There was a Mass held
in St. Joan of Ark Catholic.Church
in Queens on Feb. 12 and burial
followed in Holy Cross Cemetery
in Brooklyn. Local arrangements
were under the care Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.


children, Kadie, Roger. Bonnie,
Pattie, Ricky, Lorrie and Chris;
brothers. Phillip and Harry Pierce:
sisters, Elsie, Anne. Lorraine.
Janet. Edith and Darlene:
numerous grandchildren and
,great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Feb. 10 at Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home in the Dewitt C.
Jones Chapel.-Burial foll, ed in
Keystone Heights Cemetery.'
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.


Herb Hildreth
KINGSLEY LAKE Herbert
"Herb" Riley Hildreth. 77, of
Kingsley Lake died Sunday, Feb.
10, 2008, at his residence
following an extended illness.
Mr. Hildreth was born in Troy,
Ala., on March 5, 1930, and
moved to Starke 35 years ago
from the Panama Canal Zone.
Mr: Hildreth was a member of
the First Presbyterian church of
Starke and of Lawtey Masonic
Lodge 189.
Mr. Hildreth retired from the
U.S. Air Force and worked for the
Office of the State Inspector for
the state of Florida.
He is survived by: his wife,
Beatrice Hildreth of Kingsley
Lake; daughters, Carol Clyatt of
Brooker, and Nancy LeAnn
Hildreth of Raleigh, N.C.; sons,
Mark Hildreth of Kingsley Lake,
Herb Hildreth Jr. of Boca Raton;
brothers, Lex Hildreth of
Pensacola and Charles Hildreth of
Arizona; and four grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his brother, Max Hildreth.
The family will receive friends
on Wednesday, Feb. 13, from 6-8
p.m. at Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.
Funeral services for Mr.
Hildreth will be held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday, Feb. 14, at the Starke
First Presbyterian Church with the
Rev. Gary Hardesty conducting
the services. Interment will follow
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home.

Lucille Johns
STARKE Lucille Edwards
Johns of Starke died Tuesday,
Feb. 12, 2008, at her home
following an extended illness.
The family will receive friends
at Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Starke on Thursday, Feb. 14,
from 6-8 p.m.
Funeral services for Mrs. Johns
will be held Friday, Feb. 15, at 11
a.m. at Pine Level Baptist Church.

Marvin Mann
BROOKER Marvin Perry
Mann, 65, of Brooker died
Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2008, at
Shands Starke following an
extended illness.
Mr. Mann was born in Brooker
and lived in Marion County for
many years before moving back to
Brooker two years ago. He was a
heavy equipment operator in road
construction. He was also a
veteran of the Vietnam Conflict as
a membtr:.of the U.S. Army and
reached the raok of sergeant. Mr.
Mann was a member of Dedan
Baptist Church near Brooker.
Mr. Mann is survived by: a
son, Marvin P. Mann, Jr., who is
serving in -the U.S. Army in Ft.,
Cambell, Ky.; sisters, Ethel
Underhill of Starke, Ruth Babcock
of Lake Park, Ga., Merle Smith of
Alachua, Jane Lynn and Naomi
.Hines, both of Graham, Elese
Guerrin of Hague, Sandra Lee of
Hampton; and brothers, T.J. Mann
of Brooker and Jimmy Mann of
Lake Park, Ga.
Memorial services were held
Feb. 9 at Dedan Baptist Church
near Brooker. Arrangements were
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.



Melinda Nettles
STARKE Melinda Elizabeth
Nettles, 54, of Starke died at her
residence following a sudden
illness.
Ms. Nettles was born in Lake
City and lived in Union County
several years before moving to
Starke 20 years ago. She was a
dental assistant at the Reception
and Medical Center near Lake
Butler. She was a member of the
Assembly of God of Keystone
Heights.
Ms. Nettles is survived by:
partner, Bruce Mangus of Starke;
sister, Lucinda Johnson of Ennis,
Texas; and brothers, Julian Nettles
of Lake Butler, Wendle Nettles of
Lake City and Bill Nettles of
Keystone Heights.
Ms. Nettles was preceded in
death by her parents, John Wilbur
and Inez Thomas Nettles, and two
brothers, Bruce Nettles and Lavon
Nettles.
Funeral services were held on
Feb. 13 in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
the Rev. Dave Mayer conducting
the services. Burial followed in
Dekle Cemetery. Arrangements
,were under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Joseph Pierce
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Joseph "Joe" William Pierce Jr.,
72, of Keystone Heights died
Friday, Feb. 8, 2008. at his home.
Mr. Pierce was born on Jan. 24,,
1936, in Leesburg, Va., as the sor .
qf the late Joseph W. Pierce Sr.
and Ruby Ellis Pierce.
Prior to his retirement, he was
employed as an automotive
service director in Sterling, Va.
Mr. Pierce is survived b): his
wife, Barbara Dean Pierce;:


Yvonne

Thornton
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --
Yvoine Louise Thornton, 72, of
Keytone Heights died Monday,
Feb. 11, 2008, at Shands Starke
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Thornton was born in
Jacksonville on Jan. 23, 1936, and
moved to Keystone Heights 31
years ago from Jacksonville. She
was a member of Trinity Baptist
Church of Keystone Heights and
worked as an insurance sales agent
before retiring.
Mrs. Thornton is survived by: a
daughter, Deana Thornton of
Keystone Heights; sons, Simon
Crews, Terry Crews, Mark Boston
and Timothy White, all of
Jacksonville, Billy Boston of
Nashville, Tenn., and Joelle
McNatt of Keystone Heights; a
brother, Ronald Cline of
Jacksonville; a sister, Annette
Skinner of Nashville, Tenn.; seven
.grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Feb.
13 in the Trinity Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights with Pastor
James Peoples and Pastor Scott
Stanland conducting the services.
Interment was in Keystone
Heights Cemetery. Arrangements
were under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

Shirley Widney
LAKE CITY Shirley
Murphy Widney, 68, of Lake City
died Friday, Feb. 8, 2008, at
Shands Lakeshore Medical Center
in Lake City following a brief
illness.
Mrs. Widney was born in Lake
Butler, the daughter of the late
Earl Murphy and Lucille
Robinson Murphy. She lived most
of her life in Jacksonville and St.
Augustine before moving to Lake
City eight years ago. She was a
homemaker and a member of the
Southside Baptist Church in Lake
City.
Mrs. Widney is survived by:
her husband, Roger G.,Widney of
Lake City: .daughters, Cynthia
Owens of Fayetteville. N.C., and
Ginger Bianco of Middleburg; a
brother, the" Rev. Melvin Murphy


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of Lake City; a sister, Myrlice
Greek of Lake City; and four
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Feb. II in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
the Rev. Roy Coleman conducting
the services. Burial followed in
Dekle Cemetery. Arrangements
were under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Chip Wood
GREEN COVE SPRINGS -
Chester E. "Chip" Wood III, 54,
of Green Cove Springs died
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008, in Earl B.
Hadlow Center for Caring
Hospice following an extended
illness.
Mr. Wood was a native of Key
West and lived in Camp Blanding
before moving to Green Cove
Springs in 1966. He worked in the
family business-there, at Badcock
Home Furnishings and More, and
became the owner.
Mr. Wood was a member of
Advent Lutheran Church of
Orange Park.
Mr. Wood is survived by: his
wife, Suzy Wood of Gren Cove
Springs; and a sister, Cheryl
Wood of Green Cove Springs.
Mr. Wood was preceded in
death by his parents, Chester and
Lorraine Wood, and a sister, Mona
Kay Wood.
Funeral services were held on
Feb. 11 at the Adveht Lutheran
Church in Orange Park with
Pastor Robert Hale conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Hickory Grove Cemetery in Green
Cove Springs. Arrangements were
under the care p"f Helm Funeral
Home of Green Cove Springs.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to the
Benjamin Mendick Hope Lodge,
12810 Magnolia Drive in Tampa,
FL 33612.


B.J. Shine
STARKE William B.J.
Shine, 56, of Starke died
Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2008, of
cancer at Shands UF in
Gainesville.
Mr. Shine was born in Ft.
Rucker, Ala., but resided primarily
in Florida after 1981. He was of
the Baptist faith. He was a heavy
machinery diesel mechanic by
trade and had technical training in
diesel mechanics.
Mr. Shine was preceded in
death b.y his parents, Joseph and
Betty Shine.
Mr. Shine is survived by: four
children, Michelle Watson and
Vera Barnes, both of Starke,
David Shine of Georgia and
Stacey Thorson of Alabama; and
six grandchildren. He was loved
by many.
A celebration of his life will be
held on Saturday, Feb. 16, -on
Island Lake near Ocala.
Arrangements were under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.
In lieu of flowers, you may
donate to the Shands UF Cancer
Research Foundation or the
American Cancer Society.

Thomas Camper
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Thomas Leroy Camper, 70, of
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
Feb. 2, 2008, at St.- Vincent's
Medical Center in Jacksonville.
Mr. Camper was born in Tampa
on Feb. 21, 1937 and moved to
Keystone Heights two and a half
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CRIME


Jacksonville
man arrested
in Starke
A 20-year-old Jacksonville
man was arrested Feb. 11 in
Starke after stolen firearms
were found in his possession.
Brandon Jamil Brown was a
passenger in a vehicle that had
beeri parked in the lot of a
convenience store for several
hours, according to Patrolman
Jason Crosby. When
questioned, Brown was found
to be wanted on a warrant for
dealing in stolen property from
Alachua County. After Brown
was placed under arrest, the
officer received consent from
the driver to search the vehicle.
In the truck of the car, the
officer found four firearms,
Patrolman Crosby said.
Three of the four firearms
were reportedly stolen in Duval
County. Brown admitted the
firearms were his and he had
traveled from Gainesville to
Jacksonville to transport the
stolen firearms, Patrolman
Crosby said. The fourth firearm
was also stolen but did not
have a serial number.
Brown was charged with
three counts of dealing in
stolen property, Patrolman
Crosby said. Total bond was
set at $45,000.
The driver and passengers had
no knowledge of the theft and
were released, Patrolman
Crosby said.

Lake Wales


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:
Nicholas W. Harvey, 27, of
St. Petersburg was arrested
Feb. 8 by Starke Patrolman
P.A. King for possession of a
controlled substance. During
Harvey's arrest on a warrant
charge of obtaining property in
return for worthless check from
Pinellas County, a plastic bag
containing cocaine was found
in Harvey's right front watch
pocket, Patrolman King said.
Surety bonds totalling $15,513
were posted for his release from
custody.
Bryan 0. Davis, 37, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 8 by
Lawtey Patrolman Johnny
Hernandez for evidence of theft
or dealing in stolen property.
During a traffic stop on U.S.
301 it was confirmed the
vehicle Davis was driving was
reportedly stolen, Patrolman
Hernandez said. Bond was set at
$15,000 on the charge.
Jason Soloman Barr, 26, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 8 by
Bradford Deputy R.V. Melton
for grand theft auto. Barr
apparently took the victim's
vehicle to go to the store but


Benjamin Daniel Starling,
20, of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 6 by Patrolman King for
possession of cannabis.
Starling was a passenger in a
vehicle traffic stopped for
faulty equipment. A green leafy
substance was found in his
shoe and pants' leg, Patrolman
King said. The substance
weighted 16.8 grams and tested
positive for marijuana. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Chad Austin Carpenter, 21,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Feb.. 5 by Clay Deputy
E.C. Mohler for possession of
drug paraphernalia. Carpenter
was charged during a traffic
stop at 12:35 a.m. During-'a
search of the vehicle, the
deputy found a marijuana pipe
under the driver's seat.
Carpenter was issued a notice
to appear and released on the
scene, Deputy Mohler said.
The driver of the vehicle fled
on foot.
Pamela Jean Clemons-
Bevins, 52, of Starke was
arrested Feb. 6 by Patrolman
Kiing for disorderly
intoxic.atiorn Police responding
to \a conmplainr of a woman
fling ,onv m oQn U.S. 301
south '.b6f Starke found
Clemons-Beviins, in the
laundromat: She smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and refused to listen
to orders, Patrolman King said.
She was taken to jail with
bond set at $1 ,000.
. Shier.\ Denise Oudshoff, 39,
1^.1w~ftri a- .BjiA'C -

S arrested taled to return, Deputy Melton rte a. les e . '
man arrested said. Banrr stated he went to the '-N- Badf.i.d Cpl.Thomas Sapp
in Starke store but instead of returning *.n- ,irr.mnis a.-from Pasco
iI S ark the vehicle, he went to Lawtey County for failure to appear
A 36-year-old Lake Wales and traded the vehicle for drugs, obtiiniiig. property in turn for
man :was arrested Feb. 8 in Deputy Melton said. Bond on worthless check..Surety bonds
Starke for reckless driving the charge was set at $15,000. to'lallag 3 10,026'-were posted
Gregory A. Green, driving a ftr her iele.sc from custody.
1990 Kawasaki motorcycle, Mindi Denise Feagin, 34, of %, ; .. v
was southbound on U.S. 301, Keystone Heights was arrested .Justin Mo.bley, 24, of
speeding and weaving ih and Feb. 5 by Bradford Deputy lIa;t W is ,trSted Feb. 7 by
out of traffic, according to M.L. McKenzie for possession Bradford Deputy Bryan Waldorf
Patrolman Shawn Brown. of controlled substance and for violation of permanent
Green was questioned when he possession of cannabis. order for protection. Bond was.
pulled into McDonald's. A Deputies found 1.6 grams of set at $15,000.
computer check found he did crack cocaine and 0.6 grams of Shaun David Koonce, 25,
not have a license and he was marijuafia. while they wereDavid Koonce,25, of
placed under arrest. He was executing an arrest warrant for Lawtey was arrested in Nassau
charged with operating a failure to appear. Total bond County on a Bradford warrant
motorcycle without a license, was set at $24,000. for violation of probation
driving while license suspended driving while license suspended
and reckless driving, Patrolman Raymontd Douglas Findlayv or revoked (DWLS) and failure
*rfiaflsaid ,,aBB,,, e '. *y'mIn? ,.,'a.,rpear Land..theft .,' auto.
Surety bond totalling $1,500 b) Sia, .- e- J4Liatalbonda..seL at. ol5.000.
werepostedtfo his-release from- -ron .... e o~r u '"
custody. paraphernalia and. resisting an Ralph Adolph Thomas, 48,
officer without violence. of Waldo was arrested in
Findlay was stopped for riding Alachua County on a Bradford
Keystone a bike without lights at 5 a.m. warrant for domestic battery.
arrested He ran from the officer after Thomas was ordered to serve
man arrested falling from his bike, but was 12 days in the county jail.
for sexual apprehended and taken into Kevin Baldwin, 8, of
custody, Patrolman Brown Kevin Baldwin, 18, of
battery said. A bag with cocaine Keystone Heights was arrested
A 38year-old Keystone residue was found in his Feb. 5 by Clay deputies on a
A 38-year-old Keystone pocket. Findlay was treated and warrant for simple assault.
Heights man was arrested Feb. released from Shands Starke
11 for sexual battery of a child. ER before being taken to jail. Rojas Soto Armando, 33, of
Ronald Allen Cumbo was Bond was set at $2,000. Lake City was arrested Feb. 4
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cUarge onl a warrant wilt
capital sexual battery with no
bond, according to Deputy
T.R. Cotchaleovitch. The
allegation was investigated
earlier this month when the
child was taken to the hospital
complaining of pain in the anal
area;; Deputy Cotchaleovitch
said.
A medical examination of the
child was conducted and the
Child Protection Team was
contacted, Deputy
Cotchaleovitch said.


Anthony J. Hicks, 23, of
Melrose was arrested Feb. 7 by
Bradford Sgt. Brian Davis for
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell and possession of
drug paraphernalia. While
interviewing Hicks, he.
produced a pill bottle
containing approximately 0.9
grams of crack cocaine, Sgt.
Davis said. Hicks admitted he
was selling the crack for profit.
He also .had 75 small plastic
bags. Bond was set at $50,000.


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Bond was set at $25,000.
Daniel W. Bresee, 20, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 9 by
Bradford Deputy Scott Konkel
for failure to appear trespass on
posted property. Bond was set
at $200.50.
Darrell Eugene Coleman, 28,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 8
by Bradford Sgt. Brian Davis
on Alachua County warrants
for failure to appear sale of
controlled substance
(hallucinogen) no bond and
violation of probation DWLS
with bond set at $251 cash or
$3,000 surety.
John Turner, 44, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 11
by Clay deputies on warrants
for dealing in stolen property
and theft.
Shirley Holder Smith, 51,
was arrested Feb. 6 by Capt.
Tomlinson on warrants for
forgery of public record
certificate and bank check.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Lazarus Stephen Egantoff,
47, of Raiford was arrested
Feb. 8 by Union Deputy Ken


Smith on a warrant from Levy
County for grand theft with no
bond.
Kevin Michael Baldwin II,
18,. of Keystone Heights was
arrested Feb. 5 by Clay Deputy
C.P. Redmond on a warrant for
simple assault. Bond was set at
$752. '

Traffic
Ruth Wyndham, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 6 by Clay Deputy T.J.
Brown for driving under the
influence (DUI). Wyndham's
vehicle was sitting in the
roadway of Parkridge Avenue at
the intersection of Blanding
Boulevard at 8:46 p.m. Two of
the tires were flat, Deptity
Brown said. A strong odor of
an alcoholic beverage was
coming from Wyndham's
breath. She refused testing and
refused the breathalyzer,
Deputy Brown said.
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posted for his release from
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Frederick Anthony Wicker,
41, of Sanderson was arrested
Feb. 5 by Union Deputy John
McKinley Gootee for DWLS
and attaching tag not issued.
Wicker's pickup truck was
stopped on S.R. 121 for
reckless driving, Deputy
Gootee said. He. also was
charged on a warrant from
Duval County for fraud,
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bond.


Raymond Michael Farris, 48,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Feb. 11 by Deputy
Mohler for DWLS habitual,
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drug paraphernalia. During a
traffic stop 'on Farris' pickup,
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CRIME I


Unlicensed
bar raided
Four arrests were made
during the execution of a search
warrant in Starke on Crum
Court just after midnight Feb.
10.
Agents from the Florida
Division of Alcoholic
Beverages and Tobacco, with
17 officers from Starke Police
Department, made the arrests
involving alcohol, drugs and
weapons.
Responding to complaints of
disturbances and alcoholic
beverages being sold at an
establishment known as the
Hole in the Wall, an
investigation was conducted,
according to Lt. Barry Warren.
Twice in January undercover
agents purchased beer from the
establishment (which does not
have a license) leading to a
search warrant being obtained,
Lt. Warren said.
The officers entered the
premises where a make shift
bar was located in the end of
the building. Approximately
25 patrons were detained during
the search. The owner, Paul
Andrew McCloud, gave officers
consent to search, Lt. Warren
said. A small amount of
currency, beer and liquor were
recovered from the bar, Lt.
Warren said.
McCloud, 39, of Starke was
charged with sale of alcoholic
beverages without a license and
open house party. During the
search, an underage person was
consuming a mixed drink,
according to Agent Lawrence
D. Perez.
McCloud was also charged
with possession of a firearm by
a convicted felon when a 12-
guage shotgun was found under
the couch in his mobile home
residence, which is next to the
target location.
Bond on McCloud's charges
was set at $25,000.
One of the patrons, Danwand
Lee Green, 27, of Starke, was
charged with possession of
marijuana with intent to sell
after 17 bags containing
marijuana packaged for resale
were found in his possession,
Sgt. Kevin Mueller said. The
marijuana weighed 13.6 grams.
Green's bond was set at
$50,000.
Another patron, Devin Tyron
Braze l1.2*_Z3 f Tanmg, Wvas
charged with possession.; Acf ',
cannabis and possession 'of a
firearm, Patrolman Eric Hall
said. A .22 caliber pistol was
found near where Brazell was
sitting. The officers found 24.9
grams of cannabis in Brazell's
pants' pocket. Bond was set at
$25,000.
A third patron, Calvin J.
Butts, 23, of Starke, was
charged by Patrolman P.A.
King with possession of
marijuana. A strong odor of
burnt marijuana was detected in
the building. A plastic bag
containing marijuana was
found in Butts' pocket,
Patrolman King said. Butts
was released from custody after
a $1,000 surety bond was
posted.
Last week Starke police
responded to a complaint of
shots being fired in the area of
Crum Court. One arrest was
- made at that time, Lt. Warren
said.

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

Curtis Lamont Harold, 22, of
SRaiford was arrested Feb. 8 by
SUnion Deputy David Shane for
DWLS and resisting an officer
with violence. During a traffic
stop on S.R. 121, Harold ran
from the deputy into the
Woods. The prison K-9 team
was requested and Harold was
located, Deputy Shane said.
Harold refuse to comply with
orders until the deputy used a
Taser to subdue him. He was
then taken into custody.
James Roland Haynes, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 6


by Deputy Gootee for DWLS.
Haynes, who does not have a
valid license, was charged
during a traffic stop, Deputy
Gootee said.
James William Barnes, 35,
of Brooker was arrested Feb. 2
by Deputy Gootee during a
traffic stop for DWLS and
expired tag. Barnes was also
charged on Bradford warrants
for DWLS and contempt of


court failure to pay child
support. Bond was set at
$4,760.
Glenn Dale Magyari, 18, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 10 by
Patrolman Brown for no
registration and improper use
of temporary tag. He was
released on his own
recognizance.
Jordan Burge, 21, of
Savannah, Ga., was arrested
Feb. 8 by Patrolman Brown for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.
Fred Snow, 33, of Melrose
was arrested Feb. 8 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
contempt of court DWLS.
Willner Curtis, 53, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 5 by Deputy Mohler for
failure to appear DWLS. Bond
was set at $1,004.
John Michael Turner, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 11 by Clay Deputy R.E.
Dews on a warrant for theft,
dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $5,003.



Man killed
on bike in
Alachua
A Gainesville man on a
bicycle was killed Feb. 9 while
riding on C.R. 231 in Alachua
County.
Wenceslao Villarosa Maesa,
41, was northbound at 9:30
a.m. on a Ultralight bike,
according to Florida Highway
Patrol Cpl. Rodney W.
Howard. A 2000 GMC pickup
truck, driven by Dwight
Edward Emery, also
northbound, struck the rear of
the bike that was occupying
the right side of the travel lane,
Cpl. Howard said.
Maesa was ejected from the
bike and came to rest on the
shoulder. He was wearing eye
protection and a helmet but
was pronounced dead at the
scene by Alachua County
Emergency Medical Services.
Emery, 47, of Brooker was
not injutflt ii the accident,
'Cpya":, ,-.H .r'.1; Jad. Estirojied.
damages<'ere $4,3ui0.
Charges are pending further
investigation, Cpl. Howard
said.

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REGION
Cont. from p.lB B
from joining them.
Van Vactor said lie was
impressed with the
performances of both
wrestlers. Boyette, who
seemed on his way to at least a
third- or fourth-place finish in
the 160-pound class, was
injured when he was driven to
the mat by an opponent,


Starke sets
checkpoint
Starke police officers will
conduct a driving under the
influence, driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoint
on Thursday, Feb. 21, on U.S.
301 north in Starke from 6
p.m. until ?
With public safety in mind,
vehicle checkpoints have been
proven to be a very effective
way to educate the public on
traffic safety and motor
vehicles, Lt. Barry Warren
said.


LETTER
Cont. from p.4B
quick wit combined with
outstanding musicianship and
teaching skill made this an
invaluable experience for the
music educators and students.
The students were not just told
what to do, they were
masterfully taught.
To be selected as the
conductor of an All-State band
is an honor bestowed upon
only the finest musicians.
These are conductors who are
recognized at the state and
national level. The people of
Lake Butler should be \;ery
proud to have this tine
musician and educator
teaching their children.
Dorsey's students are truly
learning from one of Florida's
best and brightest music
educators. Having a musician
of this calibre working in your
school reflects very positively
on your school and'
community.
Regards.
John L Anderson Jr.


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forcing Van Vactor to default
him. Andrews, in the 112-
pound class, defeated the
District 4 champion, and did
do rather impressively.
"That kid's tough, but
(Andrews) controlled the
match," Van Vactor said. "He
put the kid on his back twice
before finally sticking him."
Bradford, as a team, placed
I 1"', finishing one point shy of
the top 10.
As lie looks forward to the
state tournament, Van Vactor
said Hines, as he did in the
regional tournament, seems to
have an easier road than
Brooks. Brooks, with a first-
round win, would then have to
take on the top-ranked wrestler
in the state in his class.
Van Vactor said Brooks has
the ability, though, to show
well.
"I know he's going to be in
the top four at state, but that's
up to Billy," Van Vactor said.
Brooks sounded confident,
saying lie was definitely
coming home with a medal. If
that proves to be true, Brooks
will shed some tears of joy-
that's how much doing well in


Billy Brooks (left) and Casey Hines qualified for the
state finals in wrestling. Hines was a regional
champion and Brooks a regional runner-up.


the state finals would mean to
him.
"If I place, I'm going to be.
crying," he promised.
Hines, too, believes he will
come home from a medal. In
fact, he thinks he and Brooks


can both win state
championships. That would be
quite an accomplishment, he
said, for a "no-named
wrestling school."
"That would just be a great
feeling," Hines said.


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IN MEMORY


Ricky
Thompson,
Alica McMillian
arid Joe Fisher
stand by the
sign that's part
of the spruced- *
up Wainwright
Park. The park
reopened Feb.
11 after being
closed two
weeks for
renovations.


Terrell Green-


Robert White Sr.


In Loving
Memory
of
Robert White Sr.
March 15., 1923-
Feb. 14, 2006
Two years have passed by, and
it seems like only yesterday
that you are no longer with us.
We are so appreciative to you
for the firm teaching and
correction you instilled in us.
"You knew that we really
needed it."
We pray that God will have a-
place for you in heaven on that
great judgement day of the
Lord. We miss you and love
you.
Also, the family would like to
give thanks to everyone who
showed us many acts of
kindness expressed during the
illness and death of our
beloved father.
May God bless each of you,
The children, family and loved
ones of Robert White Sr.
Minister Curtis L. White Sr.


World Day of
Prayer set
for March 7
Women and men in more
than 170 counties and regions
will celebrate World Day of
Pra', er. Friday, March 7. '
"God's Wisdom Provides
New Understanding" is the
theme used by women of
Guyana for the prayer service.
The local service will be
held at the First Presbyterian


In Loving
Memory


Cleveland
McQueen Sr.
1949-2007
Perfect Timing
We can proclaim with
assurance that even while
God's purposes and plans are
different from ours, he is
eternally just and his timing is
always perfect. Thank you, 0
sovereign Lord.
Surely the godly are thanking
you, for they shall live in your
presence. Psalm 140:13.
Love,
Your wife, children,
*" grandchildren and family.


Church in Starke from 11 a.m.
until 1 p.m. Everyone is
invited to attend the prayer
service and participate in a
covered-dish luncheon
following the service. Child
care will be provided.
Invite your friends, family
and communities of faith to
join the women of Guyana in
prayer and song to support
women's ecumenical ministries
toward justice, *peace, healing
and wholeness.
The annual offering will
support the work of the World
Day of Prayer and help meet
the needs of families in regions
of turmoil worldwide.


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We often sit"atid think of you
wuhen we are all alone.
F' mehinenrv is the'only thing
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No one khiows 'of the sadness.
Only those who have lost one
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Of the 'rief thtt is borne in
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well.
We love you and miss you,
l '- Mom, Dad, Candice,
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New look Wainwright Park reopens


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A new sign welcomes
visitors to Starke's Wainwright
Park, but that's not the only
eye-catching thing at the park,
which recently underwent
renovations and reopened Feb.
I 1 after a two-week closure.
City of Starke Recreation
Director Alica McMillian can
look at several improvements,
such as new sidewalks,
benches and picnic tables, but
she is particularly proud of the
sign. It is planted in the area
where the park's fountain used
to be, but the fountain, which
was constantly vandalized and
ceased to operate continuously,
w'as replaced.
The sign, which is white
with green lettering, matching
the new green tables, benches
and trash cans, bears the words
of the Florida Recreation and
Park Association's initiative-
"It Starts In Parks"- and is
surrounded by plants.
McMillian said the sign
came about when ideas were
discussed on how to give the
park "a little kick." She thinks
it adds a nice touch.
Yet it is just one part of 'an
overall project that McMillian
and other city of Starke
representatives are quite proud
of.
"It has just been a long time
coming in getting it spruced
up," said Rickv Thompson.


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McMillian said the project
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decided the sidewalks needed
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"The sidewalks were in
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The recreation board
decided to make other changes
as well while the park was
closed for those repairs.
Cracked concrete picnic, tables
and benches were replaced
with tables and benches made
of a material that is graffiti-
resistant and has a 15-year
warranty, McMillian said.
Sand and mulch were brought
in to cover exposed tree roots
to prevent visitors from
tripping, new sand boxes were
added and existing sand boxes
were improved, and the
restroom facilities were
renovated, which included
installing a working water
fountain.
Also, the larger swing set at
the park was removed as it
posed a safety hazard.
In the future, lighting will be
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for nighttime events hosted at
the park, such as the annual
Christmas tree lighting,
McMillian said.
Joe Fisher, project director
for the city, said the work at
the park was the result of
cooperation between many city
personnel. Such as was the
case with the city's new fire
department, many people
representing different
departments contributed to the
work at the park, Fisher said.
Thompson said those
different contributions helped
the work get done in a short
period of time.
"They really have taken
pride in their work,"
Thompson said.
Now that the work-which
was also done by Department
of Corrections work squads-
is done, McMillian hopes the
residents of Starke take as
much pride in the new-look
park as she and other city
personnel do.
"We just hope the citizens of
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UC girls fall to Blue Wave in semifinals


~g-ake Highland Prep's Jason Rasmussen (left) fends
off Keystone's Justin Branch. Branch scored
:Keystone's lone goal in the 2-1 loss.


Lake Highland


beats Indians in OT


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It could have possibly been a
storybook ending.
The Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team was battling Lake
Highland Prep for the second
time in the last three years for
the right to go to the state
semifinals, which would be
Keystone's first-ever
appearance. In 2006, the
Highlanders ended Keystone's
season in a penalty-kick
shootout to break a 1-all tie.
This year, the two teams
were again knotted up at one
apiece, and another round of
penalty kicks seemed likely as
the teams had already played
one scoreless overtime period.
Could Keystone defeat Lake
Highland Prep the same way
the Highlanders had defeated
the Indians in 2006'?
There would be no
storybook ending, however, as
the Indians, instead, suffered a
ifeartbreaking 2-1 loss when a
efelction off of senior captain
lIrad Gober led to an own
goal, giving the Highlanders
e Region 2-3A championship
aid their third straight berth in
toe Final Four.
Ne \ sione head coach Trevor
y .-ard tr-team ,, a,' "just
u. ,' bu s.id hit took
r7thing away from its effort.
I"They played as hard as
they've played all year,"
Waters said. "I was just
extremely proud."
'The winning goal for the
Highlanders (13-8-2) came
qVith approximately four
njinutes remaining in the
second overtime period. A free
kjck by Lake Highland's
lvjichael Rasmussen from
approximately 25 yards out hit
Gopber's leg. The ball then


trickled into the right corner of Yong
the net past diving keeper the E
Justin Hedding, who got his whei
hand on top of the ball, but was9
couldn't stop it. three
It was a devastating end for quart
this year's seniors, especially_
Gober, who after five years as
a starter will leave the school
as the team's all-time leader in
goals and assists. He was
visibly upset afterward as he
lay on the ground in front of
his own net for some time after
the game ended. N
"He takes so much med
responsibility for the team as, Heig
what I call, a great leader," finis
Waters said. "He's not just Scho
your average captain. He's a Girl
great captain." Feb.
Waters said Gober's will TI
was almost strong enough to state
lead his team to Fort office
Lauderdale for what would've FHS
been a state semifinal matchup sport
against Melbourne Central Brat
Catholic on Feb. 13. Unit
"Normally, that ball med
wvould've just been cleared awai
out," Waters said of the lifted
decisive play. "Obviously, it K
was a hard shot. If (Gober) Cop
hadn't touched it, (Hedding) of
had it easy, but that doesn't eigh
Stake .ni;, iicn away from Brad. She
-v,.Brad had great .career. This poun
group had 'a great season. Just 140
to come back from a 2-4 total
district record to win the
district championship made
this season a plus."
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regional playoffs this season,
the Indians (13-12-2) found
themselves facing a deficit in *0
the second half. Lake
Highland's Jason Rasmussen
headed in a goal off of an
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It was a four-point game
\with approximately two
minutes to play, but in the end,
the Union County girls'
basketball team could not
overcome turnovers and the
play of P.K. Yongc's Crystal
Johnson in a 61-47 loss in the
Class 3A regional semifinal
game on Feb. 12 in
Gainesville.
The Tigers, who trailed by
as many as 14 points, were
able to gradually cut into P.K.
Yonge's lead. They could
never overtake the Blue Wave,
however, which Union head
coach Perry Davis said was the
result of his entire team
consisting of eight players,
while P.K. Yonge has the
luxury of a deep bench.
"It came down to we
couldn't pull five off and put
five on," Davis said. "That's
what they were able to do."
Turnovers did not help the
Tigers' cause, either. Union
committed approximately 30,
but many were unforced. The
Tigers were actually able to
effectively handle P.K.


age's press early, forcing
Blue Wave to back out of it
n Amber Franzluebbers
able to get open and sink
e long jumpers in the first
ter.


Conversely, P.K. Yonge
committed quite a few errors
itself, but the Tigers never
fully took advantage of them,
whether it was because they'd
turn the ball right back over or
miss shots underneath the
basket.
"There were several times
we missed easy layups," Davis
said. "I told my team all year
long the only team that can
beat them is themselves. They
beat themselves tonight. P.K.
Yonge didn't beat them."
P.K. Yonge committed eight
turnovers in the third quarter
and was called for two
technical fouls. The Tigers,
however, could only trim their
I l-point deficit by two as they,
too, committed eight
turnovers.
Anbreyal Stewart, who
scored all 12 of her points in
the second half, hit a long
jumper to start the fourth
quarter, pulling the Tigers
within seven. Johnson later
scored for P.K. Yonge
following her own steal, but
Union answered with four
straight points on a drive by
Ashli Watkins -and' another
jumper by Stewart. ...
Johnson, .,', ,w o,, ,, ,;.,,wv ;
constantly able todri.ve.tdthe
basket in the','secQnfd ,hat,,
scored to put,the,Blue .W'ave,
up 47-40, but, Fr.nzlue bbers,


Sharmaine Couch (right) sprints upcourt after
making one of her six steajs.in Union County's win
over Williston in the regional quarterfinals. Photo by
Katie Davis.


knocked down a 3-pointer at
the 3:28 mark to make it a 47-
43 game.
A basket by Stewart and two


free throws by Sharmaine
Couch kept it a four-point
See SEMIS pl 1B


from KHHS finish in top 10 at state


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
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lal, but two Keystone
ghts lifters earned top-10
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s' Weightlifting Finals on
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his was the first year since
e competition-whether
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.had a bench press of 170
ids and a clean and jerk of
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49@ UC boys win by 8 to claim district crown


Keita Goodman (left) battles down low against
Jackson's Montora Jones.


BHS loses Slocum


in quarterfinal loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
When you're playing one of
the state's highest-ranked
teams for the right to stay alive
in the playoffs, you want to be
at full strength.
Bradford, with its full
complement of starters was
involved in a close contest
with visiting Andrew Jackson,
but the Tornadoes could not
recover from losing guard
Demetria Slocum to an
ejection in a 77-40 loss to the
Tigers in a girls' regional
quarterfinal basketball game
on Feb. 7.
Slocum was able to dribble
through Jackson's press and
drive to the basket, creating
scoring opportunities for
herself or her teammates.
However, the Tornadoes (18-
5) committed almost 20
turnovers after Slocum's
ejection for committing a
flagrant foul at the 5:21 mark
of the second quarter. That
included three on Bradford's
first three possessions after the
ejection and a stretch of three
consecutive backcourt
turnovers early in the third
quarter, which saw Jackson
outscore the Tornadoes 29-1.
Bradford head coach David
Reynolds said losing the
team's primary ball handler.
was too much to overcome
against a quality opponent.
"They're a good team,"


SOCCER
Cont. from p.9B
11th minute.
Keystone had a couple of
chances to score in the first
half, including a shot by Ryan
Miller from 30 yards out that
was bobbled, but saved, by the
Lake Highland keeper.
The Indians finally got on
the board in the second half
when Justin Branch touched in
the ball off of a Gober free
kick just inside midfield in the
53rd minute.
Keystone had to withstand
many scoring opportunities by
the Highlanders in the final 20
minutes of regulation. Lake
Highland took three corner
kicks in a span of six minutes,
with Hedding punching the


Reynolds said of Jackson (26-3
prior to Feb. 12). "They're
number two in the state for a
reason."
The play which Bradford
never recovered from occurred
when Jackson's Cicrra
Cummings stole the ball and
prepared to attempt a layup.
Slocum fouled her hard,
knocking her to the ground.
Cummings got up and began
throwing punches.
After a lengthy discussion
by the officials, both players
were ejected.
Reynolds agreed that
Slocum should have been
called for a flagrant foul, but
he said she tried to walk away
from Cummings after she got
up swinging.
"I didn't think it was in line
for an ejection," Reynolds
said.
Bradford led 21-18 at that
point. Jackson's Nadia Givins
sank two free throws after the
play, while the Tornadoes'
Ebony Smith missed two.
Jackson then proceeded to
outscore Bradford 16-9 to take
a 36-30 halftime lead.
Consecutive baskets by
Smith and Keita Goodman
drew Bradford within 38-34
early in the third quarter, but a
steal and subsequent layup by
Jackson had the Tigers off on
an 18-3 run. That included two

See BHS pl 1B


ball out of the box on two of
those attempts. The
Highlanders also had several
looks inside the box in the 67"'
minute before the Keystone
defense cleared the ball out.
Hedding also made saves off
of two free kicks that were
both approximately 18 yards
out.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer,
Frankic Caldwell and Alvin
Jernigan came up big in the
-second half to help the Union
County boys' basketball team
win its second District 6-3A
championship in three years
with a 57-49 victory over host
Interlachen on Feb. 9.
The Tigers (17-10)
squandered a 10-point lead and
trailed at the half. However,
Caldwell scored 11 of his 13
points in the second half, while
Jernigan-scored all 12 of his
after the break. Jernigan also
had several key offensive
rebounds and scores in the
final two minutes.
It was a gratifying win for
Union head coach Lee Clark,
who is in his fifth year. Clark
guided the Tigers to their first
district championship. in 12
years when they captured the
crown in 2006. However,
Clark said anybody could've
coached that team to a title
because it was loaded with
great athletes, such as Kevin
Alexander, Brendan Odom,
C.J. Spiller and Ted Young.
That year's championship
was special, of course,, but this
yer,'s' is more o, Clark said.
TtieLis" "eujli, y ',,, niot be as
athletic as the 'One two years
ag, but the players are


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
'T.eegraph. Staff Writer
Keystone, Heights was able
to get a good: shot off in the
final seconds.; that would've
forced overtime, but Uhion
County held onr for a 50-47
win in:the semifinals of the
District 6-3A boys' basketball
tournament on Feb. 8 in
Interlachen.
"We stayed focused (at the
end)," Union head coach Lee
Clark said. "We didn't get
frustrated."
Each team had three players
score in double figures, but it
was the Tigers who earned a
regional playoff berth-their
third in the last five years.
"We played our butts off,
but I we made just .;:y too
mruny"'tn rnoToti ',"t' cKeystone
head coach Jimmy Thomas
said.
That has been a problem for
the Indians all year as they
averaged 20-25 turnovers a
game. Thomas said many of
the team's outcomes this year
could've been different if it
could've just cut that number
in half.
In the game against Union,
Keystone led 17-7 after the
first quarter, but the Tigers
were able to take advantage of


coachable and have really
developed a trust with each
other.
As a result, the Tigers,!
despite a six-game losing
streak at one point, will now
host a regional quarterfinal
game tonight, Feb. 14, against
P.K. Yonge (21-6) at 7 p.m.
"This year, we had to work a
lot harder," Clark said. "This
team is, 1 would say, maybe ai
lot closer."
The Tigers dominated their
first quarter with a well-
balanced offensive attack,
while controlling the glass at
both ends. Interlachen (8-17)
didn't help itself with several
turnovers and fouls.
The Rams, trailing 18-8,
would come roaring back in
the second quarter, though, as,
Union went cold from the field
as well as getting out-battled
for rebounds and committing
turnovers of its own.
Interlachen posted 10
unanswered points during the
second quarter in which the
Rams outscored the Tigers 20-
6. Led by Romeo Thompson
and Tamarick Williams, the
Rams were able to go into the
half up 28-24.
Thompson and .Williams
combined to score 24 points in
the first half, including
Thompson's 12 points on four


turnovers, rallying to tie the
game at the half and eventually
take the lead.
"It's just hard to pull
yourself out of a hole,"
Thomas said.
Union's Clyde Barringer
connected on three 3-pointers
and finished with a game-high

See TIGERS p11 B


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3-pointers. Williams scored
early in the second half, but he
and Thompson went 0-for-9
from the field after that.
Union outscored the Rams
17-9 to go back on top 41-37.
The Tigers increased their lead
to 10 by scoring the first six
points of the fourth quarter.
Caldwell and Jernigan were
the only players for Union to
reach double figures in
scoring, but Clyde Barringer
and Marcus Albritton did chip
in nine and eight points,
respectively.
Interlachen's Thompson led
all scorers with 1.7 points, but
he was held to just three in the
second half.
The Rams will travel to play
Williston (20-7) in a regional


ail


quarterfinal game tonight.
If Union gets by P.K. Yonge
in its contest tonight, it will
advance to the regional
semifinals on Tuesday, "Feb.
19. The Tigers would either
travel to Williston or host
Interlachen at 7 p.m.
Staff writer Arnie Harris
contributed to this story.

Score by Quarter
IHS: 8 20 9 12-49
UCHS: 18 6 17 12-57

Union Scoring (57): Albritton
8, Barringer 9, Caldwell 13,
Adam Cason 6, Sampson
Jackson 5, Jernigan 12, Djorje
Milosevic 2. 3-pointers:
Barringer, Jackson, Cason 2.
Free throws: 13-23.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegiraph Stalff I'iter
An alley-oop dunk by
Stephon l.ott sparked a 10-2
Santa Fe run to start the second
half as the Raiders went on to
turn a three-point game into a
15-point win over Bradford in
the District 3-4A boys'
basketball championship game
on .Fch. 9 in Alachua.
The Tornadoes (18-6) were
outscored 20-6 in the third
quarter as they struggled from
the field, missing five of their
first six field-goal attempts.
They also struggled from the
foul line, making just 2-of-6
attempts in the third quarter.
Bradford did make 5-of-8
attempts in the fourth
quarter-all by Eugene Blye-
but made just 12-of-26 overall.
"Our performance at the foul
line didn't help us at all,"
Bradford head coach Mark
McGraw said. "We've been
shooting free throws a lot
better than that this year."
Bradford will now travel to
Jacksonville to play Bishop
Kenny in a regional
quarterfinal game tonight, Feb.
14, at .7 p.m. Santa Fe (18-9)
hosts Andrew Jackson.
Santa Fe got off to a quick
start against Bradford, thanks
to Steven Shipwash, who
scored his team's first three
baskets for a 6-2 lead.
Two consecutive baskets by
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Harris' steal-tied the game.
Santa Fe would go back on
top, but the Tornadoes would
again tie the score, this time on
a 3-pointer by Dannerius
Sheffield, which made the
score 1l-all.
Josh Blye gave Bradford its
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Markael Moore then caught a
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The two teams exchanged
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Tornadoes their last lead at 21-
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Mil!iken, but the Raiders--
igtt'g.-,anat epr -trey -from-'
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6-3 to close out the half.
Santa Fe built a 17-point


TIGERS
Cont. from p.1OB

14 points. He was joined in
double figures by teammates
Frankie Caldwell (13) and
Marcus Albritton (12).
SDalton Campbell and Matt
Snowberger each scored 11 to
lead Keystone, while Richie
Rudd added 10 points.,
Score by Quarter
kHHS: 17 10 7 .13-47


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0 m


lead, which it carried into the
fourth quarter, but the
Tornadoes were able to pull
within nine as the Raiders
struggled from the foul line. A
3-pointer by Darrin Blye made
it an I11-point game, while
Eugene Blye made a 3-pointer
while falling to the floor to
make the score 59-48 with
more than four minutes to
play.
A layup by Moore off of an
assist by Darrin Blye cut Santa
Fe's lead to nine, but Bradford
missed four of its next shot
attempts.
Santa Fe's Lott made 4-of-6
free throws. lown the stretch to
push the Raiders' lead back to
double figures.
Eugene Blye finished the
game with 20 points, while
Moore and Harris had 11 and
nine, respectively.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 15 11 6 22-54
SFHS: 11 18 20 20-69
Bradford Scoring (54): D.
Blye 3, E. Blye 20, J. Blye 5,
Jarvis Davis .1, Harris 9,
Markael Moore 11, Martella
Moore 2, Sheffield 3. 3-
pointers: D. Blye, Sheffield, E.
Blye 2. Free throws: 12-26.

Earlier result:
BHS 52 Panthers 50
Bradford's defense came up
with a steal under its own
basket to preserve a two-point
lead and send the Tornadoes to
the District 3 championship
game with a 52-50 win over
Ridgeview on Feb. 8 in
Alachua.
Eugene Blye, who scored 11
points, had a drive to the
basket late that proved to be
pivotal. The Tornadoes then
turned away the Panthers, who
had the chance to tie the game
or take the lead with a 3-
pointer.
Moore led the Tornadoes
with 13 points, while Harris
just missed out on double
figures with nine points.
Score by Quarter
RHS: 10 18 9 13-50
BHS: 15 9 16 12-52
Bradford Scoring (52): E.
Blye 11, J. Blye 8, Harris 9,
--Markael- Moore 13, Martella
Moore 4, Sheffield 7. 3-
pointers: Markael Moore,
Sheffield. Free throws: 6-12.


UCHS: 7 20 10 13-50

Scoring
Keystone (47); Nathan
Buchanan 6, Campbell 11,
Robby Crane 4, Ryan Latner 5,
Rudd 10, Snowberger 11. Free
throws: 5-10.
Union (50): Albritton 12,
Barringer 14, Caldwell 13,
Adam Cason 3, Sampson
.Jackson 4, Alvin Jernigan 4. 3-
pointers: Cason, Barringer 3.
Free throws: 6-24.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
State-ranked P.K. Yonge
harassed the Keystone Heights
girls' basketball team with its
pressure defense en route to
handing the Indians a 62-36
loss in the Class 3A regional
quarterfinals on Feb. 7 in
Gainesville.
Keystone (14-13) was
seeking just its second regional
playoff win in the past nine
years, but committed almost
30 turnovers. The Indians did
not convert a field goal until
approximately two minutes
remained in the first quarter
and trailed 32-13 at the half.
Megan Poupard led
Keystone with eight points,


Bradford's Eugene Blye draws contact from Santa
Fe's Steven Shipwash as he goes in for a layup.


BHS
Cont. from p.1OB

3-pointers each from Givins
and Adrianna Robinson.
Givins made seven 3-
pointers in all, finishing with a
game-high 26 points.
The Tornadoes scored just
10 points in the second half,
six of 'which came from
Goodman, who led her team
with 20.
It was Goodman who
responded] in the first quarter
when the Tigers hit
consecutive treys to go up 8.-4.
She made consecutive baskets,
while Jackson missed a couple,
with Bradford's Jerica Warren
rebounding each miss.
Jackson would go up 15-8
after coming up with a couple
of steals, but the Tornadoes
came right back. Smith hit a
foul-line jumper, which was
followed by a free throw by.
Slocum. Slocum then got out


ahead of Jackson's defense for
a layup following a rebound by
Warren, making the score, 15-
13. ... .. .
Later, Smith and Destiny
Bass would each score a
basket to send the Tornadoes
into the second quarter.:trailing
by one.
Goodman scored off of an
assist from S1teutn to::pii the
.Tornadoes upI.21 l-I early ,in
the second quarter. Gi'vins'
two foul ..shots following
Slocum's flagrant foul ,pulled
the Tigers within 21-20.
Givins then made :her third 3-
pointer of the game to give
Jackson the lead for-good.
Score by Quarter
JHS: 18. 18 .23. 18-77
BHS: 17 13 7 3-40

Bradford Scoring (40): Bass
2, Farah Duhart 5, Goodman
20, Slocum 7, Smith 3, Warren
4. 3-pointers: Slocumn,
Warren, Smith 2, Bass 3. Free
throws: 6-13.


SEMIS
Cont. from p.9B

game with 2:17 remaining, but
Union missed its next five shot '
attempts. A score -and free
throw by Johnson, combined
with a .3-pointer post player
Andrea. Potters, pushed the
Blue Wave lead to 10.
Johnson, who led all scorers
with 36 points, scored seven
points in the final two minutes,
including going 5-of-5 from
the foul line.
Franzluebbers, who scored
10 of the Tigers' 18 first-half.
points, led her team with 17
points. Couch had 12 points.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 9 9 16 13-47
PKY: 14 15 14 18-61
Union Scoring (47): Couch
12, Franzluebbers 17, BeBe
Lawrence 2, Stewart 12,
Watkins 4. 3-pointers:
Franzluebbers 3. Free throws:
8-9.

Tigers crush Rams to
advance to title game
Four players scored in
double figures and two posted


while Karleigh Smoak,. the
Indians' leader in their'Distict
6 final loss to Union County,
had seven.
Crystal Johnson had 21
points to lead P.K. Yonge,
which played Union County in
a regional semifinal game this
past Tuesday (see related
story).


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 4 9 11
PKY: 15 17 19


12-36
11-62


Keystone Scoring (36):
Jordyn Davis 2, Shannon Gray
5, Abby Knabb 6, Heather
Martin 2, Morgan Maxwell 2,
Poupard 8, Kim Russell 4,
Smoak 7. 3-pointers: Knabb,
Smoak. Free throws: 8-17


double-doubles in the Tigers'
70-38 win over visiting
Williston on Feb. 7 in the
regional quarterfinals.
Davis said it was a total win
that kept the Tigers' perfect
record at home intact. He
especially credited the team's
defensive performance. Couch
and Franzluebbers combined
for 25 defensive rebounds,
while Stewart and Watkins had
five steals each.
Franzluebbers scored a
team-high 18 points to go
along with 12 rebounds. Couch
scored 17 points and led the
Tigers with 16 rebounds.
Couch and Watkins, who
scored 16 points, combined lo
go 1 l-of-13 from the foul line.
Watkins also added five
assists.


Score by Quarter
WHS: 15 9 3
UCHS: 21 13 22


9-38
14-70


Union Scoring (70): Couch
17, Franzluebbers 18,
Shaniece Huggins 2, Jackson
2, Lawrence 3, Stewart 16,
Watkins 16. 3-pointers:
Franzluebbers. Free throws:
14-17.


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Elizabeth Ann Eccleston
and James Allen Pearson


Eccleston
and Pearson
to marry
Mr. and Mrs. John Eccleston
of Archer announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Elizabeth Ann Eccleston, to
James Allen Pearson, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Pearson of Starke.
The bride-elect is a student
at Saint Leo University,
majoring in business
administration. She is
employed at the University of
Florida.
The groom-elect is currently
attending Santa Fe Community
College in the electrician
apprenticeship program. He is,
employed by Mid-State
Electric.
The wedding will take place
at the beginning of March.


Feagle, Miller
announce
engagement
Joseph and Deborah Feagle
of Keystone Heights announce
the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Creasie V. Feagle of
Lake City to Nickolas R.
Miller of Lake City, the son of
Ben Miller of Lake City and
Christine Miller of O'Brien.
The bride-elect is a 2003
graduate of Keystone Heights
High School and is employed
at Sports Clips. The groom-
elect is a 1999 graduate of
Columbia High School and is
employed by Suwannee River
Log Homes.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday. April 19, at 5
p.m. in the home of the
groom's father in Lake City. A
reception will follow.

UMW to host
reception for
Thompsons
United Methodist Women
fr6m Lawtey Grace and Starke
First United Methodist
churches will host a reception
in honor of the marriage of
Don Jr. and Lisa Thompson.
Everyone is invited to the
Starke Golf and County Club
clubhouse on Feb. 17 from 2 to
5 p.m.


King and
Selby will wed
Donald Nelson King of
"Hampton and Tammie King of
Providence announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
.Brandi Nicole King, to Jason
H. Selby of Starke, the son of
Douglas Hailand Selby of
Marathon and Sue Albury of
Starke.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, July 19, 2008, at
the Lakeside Community
Center in Lake Butler. A
reception will follow at the
home of an aunt and uncle in
Middleburg. All friends and
family members are invited to
attend.

Trail Ridge
fest set
March 1-2
The Lawtey Trail Ridge
Festival has been set for
Saturday and Sunday, March
1-2, in Lawtey.
A weekend of fun activities
for the entire family has been
planned. Kids activities, a car
show, arts and crafts, a chili
cook-off and a dessert bake-off
are all planned. A number, of
local food vendors will also be
selling their wares.
For more information, visit
www.lawtey-fl.com.


Baby Kinlyn with (left)
Kaleb and (right) Kylee


Kinlyn Jenkins
Michael "Bull" and
Stcphanie Jenkins of Starke
announce the birth of their
daughter, Kinlyn Elise Jenkins,
on Dec. 27, 2007, in
Gainesville.
Kinlyn joins siblings Kylee,
7, and Kaleb, 6.
Maternal grandparents are
Lamar and Jane Clemons of
Starke. Maternal great-
grandparents are Gwen and the
late Arthur Hewett of Starke
and the late Junior and Marie
Clemons, also.of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Mike and Linda Jenkins of
Lake Butler. Paternal great-
grandparents are the late
Walter and Mary Bibee and
the late Tom and Crystal
Jenkins, all of Lake Butler.


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from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
The event will offer free
pizza, soda and-especially-
books. Dinner will be served
6-6:45 p.m.
If you plan to attend, please
pick up a form at Lawtey
Community School's front
office or call (904) 966-6795
to indicate how many from
your family wil, be attending.
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Adams and
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Bill and 'Denise Adams of
Kingsley Lake announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Laura Ashley Adams, to
Jeremy Paul Digman of
Orlando, the son of Tim
Digman and Susan Digman of
St. Petersburg.
The bride-elect is a 2002
graduate of Bradford High
school and a 2007 graduate of
t-he University of Central
Florida. She is currently
attending graduate school at
UCF to obtain an advanced
degree in health
administration. She is a
member of the First United
Methodist Church of Starke.
The groom-elect is a 2002
graduate of Dixie Hollins High
school in St. Petersburg. He
plans to graduate from the
University of Central Florida
in May of this year. He is
employed as a manager for
One Way Valet in Orlando.
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