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    Section A: Main
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        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
    Section B: Regional News
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
    Section B: Regional News: Editorial/Opinion
        B 4
    Section B: Regional News Continued
        B 5
        B 6
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    Section B: Regional News: Classified Ads
        B 8
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        B 10
        B 11
    Section B: Regional News Continued
        B 12
    Section C: Features and Sports
        C 1
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        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday, September 1, 2C 93rd Year -


21st Issue 50 CENTS


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CarelessrAiving overturns tractor trailer


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
:The careless driving of a
tractor trailer driver sent one
Lake Butler man to the
hospital Aug. 29.
According to a report from
the Florida, Highway Patrol, at
approximately 2:40 p.m.,
Claudio Pascuci, 36, of Erie,
Penn. was traveling east on
S.R. 100 in a 1989 Volvo
tractor trailer. Michael
Hudnall, 67, of Lake Butler,
traveling in the same direction
driving a 1998 Mazda pickup
and towing a trailer, slowed to
turn left onto C.R. 237.
Pascuci did not see Hudnall
slowing and turned left in an
-attempt to avoid a rear-end
collision with Hudnall.
- Hudnall had already begun
-to turn left onto C.R. 237 and
was already across the center
of the road. Pascuci then struck
Hudinll, sending him into the
ditch. Pascuci's momentum
carried him down S.R. 100,
where his vehicle overturned,
resulting in the trailer blocking
the east-bound lane. Hudnall
was taken to Shands at Starke.
Pascuci was treated and
released at the scene.
FHP trooper Lena Ward
cited Pascuci for careless
driving. The report estimates
his truck sustained $35,000 in
damages. The report also
estimates damages .to

See TRUCK, p. 6A


Trooper Lena Ward (right) explains to truck driver
Claudio Pascucl why he Is receiving a citation for
careless driving. Pascucl struck a pickup truck before


turning his tractor trailer on its side. The accident
occurred on S.R. 100 and tightened up traffic for several
-hours----


CodeRED warns residents of danger quickly


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


The county has found a new
way of warning citizens in the
event an emergency situation
faces the county.
The CodeRED warning
system is now being utilizied
by the Union County Office of
Emergency Management.
When activated, the system
will contact residents by phone
with a prerecorded message.
The message will inform
residents of what the
emergency is and what actions
they should take.
-,ne thing OEM Director
1oug York is worried about is
jople hanging up on the
urgent message.
"The message begins by
saying 'Please stand by for a




Cutting of
trees has


some upset


.:.By JAMES REDMOND
, Times Staff Writer
:The cutting of numerous
pine trees, in and around the
D..J. Phillips Recreational
complex has some county
commissionerss upset.
.The trees were cut down
sometime in July and the
remains of what trees were not
:aken and many stumps left
county Commissioner Ricky
Fenkins asking questions.
, "Who authorized the trees
3eing taken down?" asked
lenkins. "I don't remember
making any bids on the project
)r even discussing it."
:Chairman Wayne Smith said
1~ too had seen the area, but
vas unsure what had taken
)lace.
:"I don't know who cut them
iown or who authorized it,"
;aid Smith. "I'll check into the
natter."
.Jenkins said he was also
unhappy with the way whoever

See TREES, p. 5A


message from Code Red',"
said York. "Messages such as
this are hung up on by most
callers."
- York-emphasized that when
residents hear the words code---
red", they stay on the line to
hear the message.
"We understand residents
get calls from solicitors with
the same type of message all
the time," said York. "What
we want people to understand
is that when they hear 'code
red', important information
vital to, their safety will
follow."
According to York,
messages sent out by the
system will state they are from
the OEM. It will then inform
the caller what hazard the
resident is facing. It will end
by giving the caller a phone
-number to help them get more


information.
"We will never use this
system unless we have a
legitimate reason," said York.
"It will only be activated when
it-is-believed- the information
we are sending out is neede-d
by residents."
The county purchased the
system after Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead saw a
demonstration of the system at
a conference in Orlando.
"When I saw the capability
of the system, I knew it would
serve Union County residents
in an important way," said
*Whitehead. "This system
allows us to warn thousands of
residents, all at the same time."
The system, a service of the
Emergency Communications
Network, is capable of
delivering messages at the rate
of 60,000 per hour.


"At that speed, the entire
county can be covered in
approximately 30 minutes,"
said York-"Speed'is important
when trying to warn residents
of an impending danger."
. The -coumty--has-. provided
ECN. with the more -thaii-
10,000 phone numbers the
county has in its data base. To
ensure residents' privacy, the
county required ECN to sign
an agreement stating the
company would use the
numbers only for the purpose
of warning residents. Penalties
will be assessed for failure to
comply.
"Along with the penalties,
the companies' reputation is at
stake with state and local
governments,' said York.
If the need arises for the
county to use the system, it can
be done in several different


formats. York and assistant
OEM director John Walker are
the only two people that can
send out the alert. This'can be
done from any computer in the
world with an Internet
connection.
After signing on to the
system, a screen is generatedT
that gives the operator a map
of the entire county. With one
mouse click, the operator can
highlight as little, or as much,
of the county as he chooses to.
Once the area to be warned
is. determined, the operator
records a message that will be
delivered to the area. The
operator then simply pushes a
button to deliver the calls to

See CODE, p. 6A


Tuning up for the season EMS tO
outfit


The Union County High School Band was recently put through Its paces during the-
groups summer band camp. Above, from left to right, Kaylin Field Chase Bailey, Kati
-- Wllianmsand Katy Gray all stand at attention preparing for the final performance of
the two-week session. The camp helped band members get ready for the upcoming
marching season. For more pictures from the camp, see pages-2A-and 3A ........


county

with AEDs

By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


Every one to two minutes,
another American succumbs
suddenly, and without
warning, to the effects of
sudden cardiac arrest.
According to the American
Heart Association
approximately 225,000
-Americans will die in the next
12 months diu to- sudden---
cardiac arrest. By its nature,
sudden cardiac arrest' is
completely unpredictable. It
can strike anyone anywhere
and at any time. Because of
these statistics, the Union
County. Emergency Medical
Services department is looking
to install automated external
defibrillators at several
locations throughout the
county.
At the city of Lake Butler's


See EMS, p. 8A-


Toys for kids
collecting
bicycles
The Union County Toys
for Kids program needs
your old bicycle. If you
would like to donate a
bicycle to the program, you
may drop it off at Lake
Butler Elementary School,
or call Chris Southerland at
RMC at (386) 496-6119.

UCHS Class of
1995 planning
reunion
The Union County High
School class of 1995 is
planning a reunion. If you
are a graduate or know a
graduate please contact
Amanda Roberts Smith at
(386) 496-4506 or Rebekah
Welch Huffman at (404)
402-5774. Huffman can be
e m a i I e d at
Rebekakhuffman@hotmail.
com.

UCHS offers
tutoring
Union County High
School will be offering
tutoring classes -for J h-and
12"'-grade students who,
have not passed the FCAT.
Classes will be held
Monday-Thursday 3:15-
4:15' p.mi: during the month
of September. Saturday,'
Sept. 10,17 and 24, classes
will be held from 9 a.m.-L2
p.m. Questions 'can be
directed to Geraldine Griffis
at (386) 496-3040, ext.
4,946.

Quarterback
Club
reminding
members to
renew
The Union County
Quarterback Club would
like to remind all members
that it's time to renew their
membership in the club.
Dues can be dropped off at
Vision Realty located at 595
W. Main St. They can also
be mailed to P.O. Box 268
Lake Butler, FL 32054.
Dues are $50. For more
information call (386) 496-
4950.

Historical
society
accepts
items
The Union County
Historical Society accepts
historical items for the
museum every Monday
from 9 a.m. until noon.
Items can be taken to the
Townsend Building located
on S.R. 100 in Like Butler.
For more information
contact Cindy North at
(386) 496-3044.


Normal Deadline is 5
p.m. Monday before
the Thursd-ay- -
publication date.
Articles can be
submitted to the Times
office on Main Street in
Lake Butler or to the
Telegraph office (131
W. Call St., Starke).
Phone or fax 386-496-
2261 or call 904-964-
6305 in Starke.


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section. II1!!I!D11II

Deadline noon Monday before publication 386-496-2261 (phone). 386-496-2858 (fax) 6 890 3869 2


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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES Sept. 1, 2005



Scenes from 2005 UCHS Tigers Band Camp


Richard Kilter (from left), James Wring and Dylan Ramos march while playing.


The drum line marches out onto the field to get the band started.


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Brittany .Griffis (from left)., Deaudra Jones and Heather Norman grab a bite to eat
before the performance starts.


Band parent Mary Brown serves up hamburgers and
hot dogs to hungry band parents.


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. Walter Littles awaits
instructions from band
director Kelly Dorsey.



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Scenes from 2005 UCHS Tigers Band Camp


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From left, Ashlee Barton, Virginia Everett and Cory
Gunter get ready to perform.


Michael Garmon and Walter Littles warm up just before
the performance.


UCHS Band Director Kelly Dorsey and LBMS Band
Director Dirk Schmidt talk to parents prior to the
evenings performance.


Marshall Riggs and Curtis Clemons warm up just before
the performance starts.


LB meets
second
Monday of
month
The city of Lake Butler
City Commission meets the
second Monday of each
month at 5:15 p.m. The
meetings are held (in the city
hall building located at 200
S.W. I "Ave. in Lake
Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
3401.

Historical
Society hosts
open house
The Union County
Historical Society will meet
on Monday, Sept. 26. The
event will begin at 7 p.m.
The museum located in the
Townsend building on West
Main Street in Lake Butler.
For more information call.
(386) 496-3044.


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Kevin Clark stands at
attention waiting band
director Kelly Dorsey's
direction.




Art league to
hold
competition
The Art League of North
Florida is calling for entries
for its 1st Annual Regional
Juried Fine Arts Exhibition.
The exhibition will be held
at the Alfonso' Levy
Performing Arts Center
from Sept. 30, until Nov.,
18. $1,000 in prizes will be
awarded. The reception will
be on Friday, Oct. 7, at 7
p.m. Entry deadline is
September 9. For a
prospectus call (386) 754-
4340.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN AND THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
The Lake Butler City Commission serving as the Planning & Zoning Board and the
Local Planning Agency of the City of Lake Butler, Florida, is hereby giving notice
that pursuant,.to its Ordinance. No..92-3 as amended and Florida Statutes, Section
163.3161 through 163.3215, comments, objections and recommendations regard-
ing proposed amendments to the City's Comprehensive Plan and Land
Development Regulations will be heard at Public Hearings on Monday, September
12, 2005 at 5:15 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matters can be heard. These
hearings will be conducted in the Commission Chambers at City Hall, 200 S. W.
1st Street, Lake Butler, Fla.. The following will be presented and considered:
1.) LDR 05-03; an application by Butler Townhomes, LLC, represented by Maggie
Wetzel, to amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the City's Land Development
Regulations by changing the zoning district from RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY I
(RSF-1) to COMMERCIAL GENERAL (CG) on the property described as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 20 East, Lake
Butler, Union County, Florida. From a disc marker (PLS 748) in the intersection of
SE 2nd St. and SE 6th PI., run North 01 deg. 44 min. 24 sec. west along the cen-
terline of SE 6th PI. 30.03 ft., thence run North 85 deg. 33 min. 51 sec. East 30.03
ft. to the east r/w line of SE 6th PI., thence run North 01 deg. 44 min. 24 sec. West
along said r/w line 98.50 ft. to the "Point of Beginning" of the following parcel:
North 01 deg. 44 min 24 sec. West along said East r/w of SE 6th PI. 138 ft., thence
North 88 deg. 15 min. 36 sec. East 179.82 ft., thence run South 01 deg. 44 min 07
sec. East 138.0 ft, thence run South 88 deg. 15 min. 36 sec. West 179.01 feet to
the Point of Beginning, containing 0.57 acres, more or less.
2.) CPA 05-03; an application by Butler Townhomes, LLC, represented by
Maggie Wetzel, to amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the City's
Comprehensive Plan by changing the land use classification from RESIDENTIAL.
LOW DENSITY to COMMERCIAL on the prQperty described as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 20 East, Lake
Butler, Union County, Florida. From a disc marker (PLS 748) in the intersection of
SE 2nd St. and SE 6th PI., run North 01 deg. 44 min. .24 sec. west along the cen-
terline of SE 6th PI. 30.03 ft., thence run North 85 deg. 33 min. 51 sec. East 30.03
ft. to the east r/w line of SE 6th PI., thence run North 01 deg. 44 min. 24 sec. West
along said r/w line 98.50 ft. to the "Point of Beginning" of the following parcel:
North 01 deg. 44 min 24 sec. West along said East r/w of SE 6th PI. 138 ft., thence
North 88 deg. 15 min. 36 sec. East 179.82 ft., thence run South 01 deg. 44 min 07
sec. East 138.0 ft, thence run South 88 deg. 15 min. 36 sec. West 179.01 feet to
the Point of Beginning, containing 0.57 acres, more or less.


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At these hearings, all interested parties may appear and be heard with respect to
the proposed amendment to the Official Zoning Atlas of the City's Land
Development Regulations and the Future Land Use Plan Map of the City's
Comprehensive Plan. A copy of the applications to amend (LDR 05-03 and CPA
05-03) will be available for inspection 5 days prior to the public hearing at the office
of the Land Dev. Administrator at City Hall, 200 SW 1st St., Lake Butler, Fla.., dur-
ing regular business hours. All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal
any decision made at the above hearings, they will need a record of the proceed-
ings and may need a verbatim record of the proceedings, which record will contain
the testimony and evidence upon which such appeal shall be based.


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Each year, the Union County School District is
required to publish a report that details
information on how students are promoted from
one grade level to the next and on the numbers of
students retained. What follows is that report for
2004-2005 school year.
Provisions of the law relating to public school
student progression and the district's policies and
procedures on student retention and promotion:
According to section 1008.25 Florida Statutes,
it is the intent of the legislature that each student's
progression from one grade to another be
determined, in part, upon proficiency in reading,
writing, science and mathematics. Each student
and parent must be informed- of. that student's
academic progress.
Each school board must establish a
comprehensive program for student progression
which shall be based upon an evaluation of each
student in a curriculum which covers the Sunshine
State Standards and grade level expectations, and
which complies with state law.
The School Board of Union County has
established a Student Progression Plan in
accordance with section 1008.25 FS. Student
progression is based on evaluation of each
student's achievement on established Sunshine
State Standards provided by the state.
Students who are achieving below district or
state standards in writing, reading, mathematics
and/or science will be identified and given
remedial instruction as needed.
Third-grade students who score Level I in
reading on the third grade Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT) will be retained unless
they meet one of the six good cause exemptions.
Of the 26 Union County third graders who
scored Level 1, eight were promoted based on an
alternate assessment (SAT 10), seven were
students with disabilities who had intensive
remediation and had previously been retained, one
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages)
student was promoted, 14 attended summer camp,
one student was promoted based on portfolio, two
students were promoted according to good cause
in reference to being retained twice previously,
and seven were retained.
According to FS 1008.25, the State Board of
Education has established "good cause" criteria.
These criteria can be used to promote students to
the next grade level, even if they have not scored
at Level 2 on the FCAT reading test:


2003. The alternative standardized
assessment to be used is the grade
three reading Norm Reference Test
(NRT) portion of the FCAT or the
SAT- 10 alternative assessment.
The acceptable levels of
performance on the .alternative
assessments for grade three for the
2004-2005 school year are:
In order to promote a student
using the grade three reading NRT
portion of the FCAT as an alternative
assessment, the grade three student
scoring at Level I reading on the
FCAT must score at or above the 51 st
percentile on the grade three reading
NRT portion of the FCAT.
Or...
To promote a student using the
SAT-10 as an alternative assessment
good cause exemption, the grade
three student scoring at Level I
reading on the FCAT must score at or
above the 45th percentile on a
parallel form of the SAT-10. (The
SAT-10 may only be administered
one time.)
The earliest the alternative
assessment may be administered for
student promotion purposes is
following the receipt of the grade
three student reading FCAT scores or
during the last two weeks of school,
which ever occurs first.
d) Students can be promoted who
demonstrate, through a student
portfolio, that they are reading on
grade level, as evidenced by a
demonstration of mastery of the
Sunshine State Standards in reading
equal to at least a Level 2
performance on the FCAT.
The State Board of Education
adopted student portfolio guidelines
on Jan. 21, 2003. In order to be
accepted as meeting the portfolio
option for demonstrating mastery of
the required reading skills, the
student portfolio contents must:
Be selected by the student's
teacher.


How did UC students fare in 04-05?
The following chart shows how many students in Union County scored at level one or level
two (the lowest levels) on the reading portion of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test
during the 2004-2005 school year. FCAT scores are one of several criteria used in making
decisions on which students are promoted to the next grade level.


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retention report

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Fifth
Sixth
Seventh


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a) Limited English proficient students who have and only include student work that has been
had less than two years of instruction in an English independently produced in the classroom.
for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) *.Include evidence that the benchmarks assessed
program can be promoted. by the grade three reading FCAT have been met.
b) Students with disabilities whose individual This includes multiple-choice items and passages
education plan (IEP) indicates that participation in that are approximately 60 percent literary text and
the statewide assessment program is not 40 percent information text, and that are between
the statewide assessment ogram s not 100-700 wordsmith an average.of 350 words.
appropriatecanbermoted.- Such evidence could include chapter or unit
c) Students canrtake and, pass.tests that. aIef1tetS'froth the district's adopted core reading
been approved as alternates to the FCAT and can curriculum that are aligned with the Sunshine
then be promoted. The State Board of Education State Standards or teacher-prepared assessments
adopted alternative assessment policies on Jan. 21, that are aligned with the Sunshine State Standards.


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Number Scoring
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12
22
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43


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52


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14%
14%
21%
23%


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33%


29%


7 Retained, 19 Promoted for 'Good Cause'


Third-grade students who score Level 1 in reading on the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) must be retained unless
they can meet one of six "good cause" exemptions identified by the
state Department of Education.
Of the 26 Union County third-grade students who scored at Level 1:
8 were promoted because they took and passed an alternative
assessment test called the SAT 10.
7 were students with disabilities who had undergone intensive
remediation and had previously been retained.
* 1 student was an ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages)


student.


* 14 attended academic summer camp.


* 1 student prepared a successful portfolio of work.
2 students had been retained twice previously.
7 students were retained in third grade.


Be an organized
collection of evidence of the student's mastery of
the Sunshine State Standard benchmarks for
language arts that are assessed by the grade three
reading FCAT. For each benchmark, there must be
at least five examples of mastery as demonstrated
by a grade of "C" or above.
Be signed by the teacher and the principal as
an accurate assessment of the required reading
skills.
e) A student with disabilities. who participates in
the FCAT and who has an IEP or a Section 504
plan that reflects that the student has received
intensive remediation in reading for more than two
years but still demonstrates a deficiency in reading


and
who was previously retained in kindergarten,
grade one or grade two.
f) Third-grade students who have received
intensive remediation in reading for two or more
years but still demonstrate a deficiency in reading
and who were previously retained in kindergarten,
grade one, or grade two for a total of two years.
,.If, promoted under this exemption, intensive
reading.yjngtuction miiust include an altered
instructional day based, on an AlP that includes
specialized diagnostic information and specialized
reading strategies.


Fall festival
needs artists,
entertainers
Artists and entertainment
applications are now available
for the 20th Annual Santa Fe
Community College Starke
Fall Festival- to be held in the
lovely historic district of
Starke on Saturday and
Sunday, Oct. 15-16.
For an application or more
information, write or call the
Santa Fe Community College
Starke Fall Festival, 3000
N.W. 83"' St., Gainesville, FL
32606, (352) 395-5355. ,
Applications must be
postmarked by Sept. 1.


Make plans to attend the
festival, sparkling with arts,
crafts, entertainers and a
Shriners' parade on Oct. 15
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and
.on Oct. 16 between 12 and 5
p.m. Admission is free.
The festival attracts 1,000
people, 100 artists and
numerous entertainers for a
weekend of art, food, fun and
family activities.
Visitors return every year to
enjoy the fun and great arts
and crafts, said festival
coordinator Kathryn Lehman.
It's very much a community
event. Residents of Walnut
Street look forward to showing
off their lovely neighborhood
to friends and visitors. A
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jewelry and more. There are
storytellers, traditional craft
demonstrations, a zany
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Two stages will be set up for
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If you are interested in
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County
commission
meets third
Monday
The Union County Board
of County Commissioners
meets on the third Monday


of each month beginning at
7 p.m. The meeting is held
in the county commission
chambers located inside the
Union County Courthouse
located at 55 W Main St. in
Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
4241.


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speech and written word is
a jewel, and they who curb
prejudice and seek
honorably to know and
speak the truth are the only
builders of a better life.
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NOTICE OF

PUBLIC MEETING


The City of Lake Butler will hold a public meeting on Monday, September
12, 2005 at 4:45 p.m. for the sole purpose of discussing the 2006-2007
Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program grant application.
The public meeting will be held at the Lake Butler City Hall, 200 SW 1st
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054, to discuss the proposed Lake Butler
Trailhead Park grant application to receive funding from the Florida
Recreation Development Assistance Program.


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cut the trees left the area.
"Scrap trees were left behind
and there are stumps
everywhere," said Jenkins.
"Who's responsible for
cleaning that up/" ....
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No discussion of the matter
came up until the
commission's regular August
meeting. As the meeting went
onil, there was no mention of
the subject. When it came time
for Commissioner Karen
Cossey to use her allotted time,
she questioned Smith once
again about the trees.
"Wayne, what did we find
out about the tree situation?"
asked Cossey.
Smith proceeded to tell his
fellow commissioners that he
would rather not speak about
the situation.
"I don't want to talk about
it," said Smith.
Smith explained that the
conversation he and another
unnamed person had was not
pleasant. While he did not
want to go into details about
the meeting, he did suggest a
special meeting be called to
address the issue.
"We need to have a special
meeting with the recreation
board to discuss this," said
Smith. To date, the board has
yet to set a time or date for the
meeting. No county official
could say that there had been
any more discussion about
such a meeting.
There was talk among
commissioners that recreation
board officials might have
authorized the cutting.
"The problem is that they do
not have that authority," said
Jenkins. "It's county property
and must be treated as such."
The only recreation board
member available for comment
was Mary Brown. Brown said
she does not recall the board
even bringing up the subject.
"At no time do I remember
discussing anything about
cutting down any trees," said
Brown. If it was done, it w'as
without my knowledge."
It was estimated that 10
truck loads of trees were taken
from the site. The figure came
from the counting of stumps
left in the cut area. There is
much speculation 'amorg
residents about what company
took the trees. To date, no one
with the county has said what
company harvested the trees.
According to officials, there- is
no record of the county
receiving money for the trees
either.--
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


September is
Library Card
Sign-up
Month
What's the one surprising
investment that can yield up to
10 times its value? Your public
library.
Recent studies show that
:libraries contribute far more
; than informational resources to
;their communities; they also
:strengthen the economy. This
September, the American
-Library Association and
'libraries across the country
;urge individuals to take
Advantage of their investment
and sign up for a library card,
the "smartest card" in your
wallet.
"The public rewards of
library enrollment speak for
themselves," said ALA
-President Michael Gorman.
-"Nowhere else are books,
magazines, the Web, audio-
and videotapes, CDs, DVDs,
.and more available to all
people regardless of economic
status. And librarians are
always available to help you
make the right choices for you
and your family."
Libraries are among the
most effective of all public
services, serving more than
two-thirds of the population
with less than 2 percent of all


... tax dollars. A study of the
economic contribution and
return on taxpayer investment
in Florida public libraries
shows that returns far exceed
taxpayers' investment-a
$6.54 return for every tax
dollar invested.
Libraries also supply more
jobs, higher wages, and 'an
increase in the gross national
product, providing further
proof that libraries are a sound
economic investment.
Observed every September
since 1987, Library Card Sign-
up Month reminds parents that
a library card is the most
important school supply of all.
Studies have shown that
children who are read to in the
home and use library services
perform better in school and
are more likely to use libraries
as a source for lifetime
learning. With almost 16,500
public libraries nationwide,
free homework help, computer
classes and a world of
information are right around
the comer.
For more information about
the "Smartest Card" campaign,
visit the PLA Web site
(www.ala.org/pla), or the
Campaign for America's
Libraries Web site
(www.ala.org/@yourlibrary)
and click on the Public
Libraries Campaign icon.


Union County
Adult School
offers classes
The Union County Adult
School is offering classes to
help individuals receive their
General Education Diploma.
Teachers at the school will
help students improve their
basic reading, writing and
math skills. Students are taught
in small groups. Instructors
provide one-on-one instruction
as well. Students may enroll at
anytime during the school
year. Regular classes are held
on Monday and Thursdays
from 6-9 p.m.
The program helps students
prepare for all five areas of the
GED exam. Language arts,
reading, language arts writing,
social studies, science and
math are all covered in the
course. Classes are free of
charge to students. The school
offers GED testing on a
frequent basis.
The program also has a way
for parents to earn their
diploma. The Even Start
program offers parents with
children ages birth to 7 years, a
way to get their education. The
program offers free child care
while parents attend classes.
Classes for this program are
held Monday-Thursday from
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Parenting classes are offered
through this program as well.
The school is located at 208
S.E. Sixth Street in Lake
Butler. For more information
contact Barry Sams at (386)
496-1300 or Darla Davis at
(386) 496-4858.

New LCCC
program helps
LPNs become
RNs
Lake City Community
College has partnered with
Lake City Medical Center to
design a new fast-track bridge
program that allows licensed
practical nurses to keep their
day jobs while achieving an
associate in science nursing
degree.
The new bridge program is
designed to be completed in 12
months by attending classes
two evenings a week and
clinical rotations one day per
week. To gain admission to the
program there are at least 10
entrance requirements that
must be met with two of the
most important being: 1)
working as an LPN for a
minimum of 2,000 hours
within the past five years, and
2) having a GPA of 3.0 on
prerequisites with a minimum
of a C in each course. The
deadline for application is
Sept. 15.
The program is designed to
help alleviate the health care


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industry's growing need for
more registered nurses. There
are many qualified licensed
practical nurses in North
Florida who are interested in
advancing their careers to
become registered nurses.
They are willing to return to
college to achieve this goal,
yet they often have to work
full time to support their
families. The fast-track
program will provide access to
educational opportunities for
this group of LPNs, making
more registered nurses
available in North Florida as
the LPNs move into their new
role of RN.
Robbie Carson, director of
nursing programs at LCCC,
said "Lake City Medical
Center has played a large role
in helping make this dream a
reality for LCCC's nursing
program. Hospital Corporation
of America, the parent
company of Lake City Medical
Center, has generously donated
the funds for instructors'
salaries for two years, an
amount in excess of
$130,000."
Peggy Riley, chief nursing
officer for LCMC, said that,
"Part of HCA's mission is to
partner with their local
communities to create
opportunities to meet the
health care needs of that
community."
While Riley said they know
some of the program's
graduates will go to other
hospitals in Florida, this is still
in line with their mission to
serve their communities with
quality health care. In
addition, just last year LCMC
provided the college with a
"human patient simulator"
("SimMan") at a cost of
approximately $42,000 to use
in the classroom to teach their
nursing students. This
simulator will be a tremendous
asset to the program.
LCMC selected two students
from the current class to
receive full registered nursing
scholarships. Riley stated that
they received 16 applications
this year and that it was very
difficult to choose just two
because, "They were all
excellent candidates for the
scholarships."
There are a number of
programs in the area that
provide the cross-over bridge,
but many of those programs
require more in-class time and
take at least 15-18 months to
complete. The college feels


Reeves recognized for perfect attendance


On Aug. 9, the Union County School Board recognized Corey Reeves for having
perfect attendance from grades kindergarten through 12. "Corey never missed a day
and that's a remarkable accomplishment," said Superintendent Carlton Faulk (left).
The school board wanted to present the student with a plaque recognizing the
accomplishment, but his mother Margaret Reeves told the board he was already
away at college, so he still has not missed a day of school. She (middle right), along
with Corey's grandmother Joan Gartman (middle left), accepted the award on Corey's
behalf. Union County High School Principal Gall Lappalainen is pictured at right.


that the new programs will
complement the existing
programs and offer more
upward mobility opportunities
for the LPNs.
For a complete packet of
information detailing all the
necessary requirements for
entrance into this program, call
Jan Ferris, senior staff assistant
for the academy of allied
health programs at (386) 754-
4404 or e-mail
ferrisj@lakecitycc.edu.
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Hudnall's truck at $6,000.
Not known was the
estimated damage done to the
freight Pascuci was hauling.
According to Pascuci, the
trailer was filled with
tomatoes. He said he felt the
cargo would be declared a total
loss.
The crash tied up traffic for
hours. Union County Sheriff's
Office deputies were forced to
convert S.R. 100 into a one-
lane road while crews removed
the tractor and trailer. It took
crews more than three hours to
completely clear the roadway.

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


This is what remained of Michael Hudnall's Mazda
pickup after being struck by the tractor trailer lying on
its side In the background.


Lake Butler achieves ISO rating 4


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The city of Lake Butler
Volunteer Fire Department
recently received news that
will make many of the city's
homeowners happy.
On Aug. 23, Chief Mike
Banks received a letter from
Insurance Services Office, Inc.
that stated a revaluation of the
city's fire department found
that it qualified for a class 4
ISO rating. This is an
improvement of the class 7
rating the department had just
16 months ago. The rating is
known as the city's Public
Protection Class.
The survey rated how well
the city performed certain fire
department-related functions
such as receiving and handling
alarms. The quality of the
city's fire hydrant network and
the water volume and pressure
are also considered. The fire
department and its equipment
were also evaluated in the
survey.
In May 2004, ISO performed.


an inspection that brought the
department's rating from a 7 to
a 5. The evaluation gave the
city a score of 59.30. Being
just .7 of point from an
improved rating, Banks
convinced city officials to
spend about $4,000 to help the
department reach the next
level. The revaluation gave the
city a score of 62.65. A score
between 60 and 69.99 gave the
city the new classification.
The ISO's PPC program
evaluates communities
according to a uniform set of
criteria defined in the Fire
Suppression Rating Schedule
(FSRS). Using the FSRS, the
ISO reviews the fire
suppression capabilities of a
community and assigns them a
rating. The rating can be
anywhere from a 1 to 10. The
lower the number, the better
the rating.
In the survey, the fire alarm
and communications systems
account for 10 percent of the
score, the fire department
accounts for 50 percent of the
score and the water supply


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LEGALS


LEGALS
PUBLIC MEETING
ANNOUNCEMENT
Please be advised that the Early
Learning Coalition of Florida's
Gateway, Inc. Executive/Finance
Committee Meeting will be held on
Monday, Sept. 12, 2005, at 4:00 p.m.
in the ELC-FG Office, Suite 155, Lake
City, Florida.
The Coalition oversees the state and.


River Economic Council, Inc. issuing
a purchase order to participating
Vendors based on prices quoted. All
local building material suppliers who
desire to do business with Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc. should
submit a letter to the Executive
Director, PO Box 70, Live Oak, FL
32064, so stating. This letter should
be postmarked before October 1,
2005. Vendors will be selected on
quality materials for lowest prices.
9/1 ltchg.


federal funding for all school ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID
readiness programs birth to age five INVITATION TO. BID
(5) for the following counties: Union County Housing Authority
Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Administration Building Remodel
Suwannee, and Union Counties. We Union County Housing Authority
encourage community participation (UCA), Lake Butler, Florida, is
and welcome any input. requesting bids from qualified,
If any persons) interested in responsible contractors interested in
attending this meeting has a disability providing construction services, at
requiring special assistance please the Union County Housing Authority
contact Heidi Moore at (386) 752- Administration Building, in Lake
9770. Butler, Florida, within the
Notice has been made of this requirements of the U.S. Department
meeting, though publication, to cover of Rural Development.
the "Govemrnment in the Sunshine" SCOPE OF WORK
Law. Selected modernization
9/1 ltchg. improvements including:
1. Interior Remodeling,
PUBLIC MEETING 2. ADA upgrades
ANNOUNCEMENT 3. Electrical upgrades
Please be advised that the Early' 4. Mechanical/plumbing upgrades
Learning Coalition of Florida's PROPOSED SCHEDULE
Gateway, Inc. Board Meeting will be August 30,2005, Advertise
held on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005, Invitation for Bid
at 9:00 a.m. in the Columbia County August 31, 2005,Bid Documents
School Board Office, S.O.S. Bldg., ready for pick-up
Room 130, Lake City, Florida. September 09,2005, Pre-Bid
The Coalition oversees the state and Conference
federal funding for all school A prebid conference will be held at
readiness programs birth to age five the project site office location at the
(5) for the following counties: Union County Housing Authority
Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Administration Building located at 715
Suwannee, and Union Counties. We West Main Street, Lake Butler,
encourage community participation Florida, at 9:30 a.m. Although not
and welcome any input. mandatory, it is strongly
If any persons) interested in recommended that all interested
attending this meeting has a disability Bidders attend.
requiring special assistance please September 13, 2005, Bids are due
contact Heidi Moore at (386) 752- by 2:00 p.m
9770. Bids will be opened and read publicly
Notice has been made of this at the Union County Housing
meeting, though publication, to cover Authority located at 15 West Main
the "Government in the Sunshine" Street, Lake Butler, Florida, 32054, at
Law, exactly 2:00 p.m. No bids will be
9/1 ltchg. accepted after 2:00 p.m.
Mid-September,2005, Contract
LEGAL NOTICE Award (Approximate)
The Suwannee River Economic February 14, 2006, Construction
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will Complete
hold a meeting for the Executive Bidders may pick-up a copy of the
Committee Members on Monday, bid documents in person for a non-
September 12, 2005, 11:00 a.m. at refundable fee of $50.00 at 715 West.
the Quality Inn & Conference Center Main Street. Lake Butler, Florida,
in Lake City, Florida. 32054 between 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
9/1 ltchg. Monday through Friday.
THE UCA RESERVES THE RIGHT
LEGAL NOTICE TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS IF
Suwannee River Economic Council, SUCH ACTION IS IN THE BEST
Inc. intends to operate the low income INTEREST OF THE HOUSING
Home Repair Program in a eleven AUTHORITY AND TO WAIVE ANY
county area, from the present time to AND ALL INFORMALITIES AND
the end of the existing contract. It is MINOR IRREGULARITIES. The
anticipated that approximately UHA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
$300,000.00 will be spent on home CANCEL THE SOLICITATION FOR
repair materials before September ANY REASON IT DEEMS IS IN
30, 2006. All materials purchased THE BEST INTEREST OF THE
must meet minimum standards as asAGENCY.
published in the Federal Register. George Green, ExecutiveDirector
Materials are secured by Suwannee 9/1 2tchg. 9/8


system accounts for 40 percent
of the score. The survey looks
at certain functions within
these areas, then gives them
credits. In the area of receiving
and handling alarms, the
survey gave the city a 8.25 out
of a possible 10 credits. The
city's water supply ranked high
as well. It received 34.09 out
of possible 40 points.
The rating will benefit the
residents of the city the most.
Insurance companies that issue
homeowner's insurance use the
ratings as one of many factors,
to issue policies. The lower an
ISO rating, the more money a
policy holder saves on his or
hers insurance.
All other Union County
residents will continue to have
an ISO rating of 9. The city is
the only place in the county,
besides both prisons, that have
access to a fire hydrant system.
This is one of the main factors
in the city's rating.
ISO will make a formal
presentation to city council
members in the near future.


Free women's
Acorr health
services
offered
Women between the ages of
50 and 64 who are
uninsured and who have a low
income level are eligible to
participate in the Believe in
Miracles program and receive
a free mammogram and PAP
smear. For more information,
or to schedule an appointment,
call the Acorn Clinic near
Brooker at (352) 485-1133.
The program is sponsored
by the Mary Brogan Breast
and Cervical Cancer Early
Detection Program and the
Putnam County Health
Department.


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the specified area.
"We can warn one city block
or the entire county," said
York. "The system is designed
to let us broadcast warnings in
only the areas they are
needed."
According to the ECN's
Web site, this is done using a
one-of-a-kind Internet
mapping system capable of
targeting calls geographically.
The freshly finished 911
mapping of the county enabled
officials to launch the system.
"This is just another one of
the many benefits residents
will seea a result of the new
mapping system," said York.
"The targeting of calls means
that residents that are not
affected by an emergency will
not'have to be bothered by it."
According to ECN's Web
site, the system is designed to
be deployed during a variety of
events. These include:
O Fires
o Floods
o Terrorism threats
o Bomb threats
o Gas leaks
O Missing children
o Drinking water
contamination
o Hazardous materials
emergencies
The most important event
Whitehead said he felt the
system could be used for was
that of prisoner escapes.
"If we ever have a prisoner-
escape form RMC or UCI, this
system will be vital for citizen
safety," said Whitehead. "We
can warn residents in a matter
of minutes, and the escapee
won't even know about it."
According to York, the
system has one unique feature
most others of its kind do not.


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"Residents can go to the
ECN Web site and register as
many as three different
locations for them to be
warned," said York. "'So even
if you're at work or out
shopping, your office phone
and cell phone will be called
alerting residents to the
danger."
York said officials will test
the system in the very near
future.


James Redmond can
reached at (386) 496-2261
uctimes @alltel.net


be
or


LCCC board to
be held at
UCHS
The Lake *City
Community College District
Board of Trustees will meet
at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept.
13, at in Union County
School Board meeting
room.
The District Board of
Trustees is appointed by the
governor and the trustees'
term is for a four-year
period. Anyone in the
college's district may send a
nomination to the governor
for trustee appointments.
LCCC is a two-year
community college locally
governed and publicly
supported. The college
serves a five-county district
that includes Baker,
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
and Union counties. LCCC
is accredited by the
Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools to
award the associate degree.
A complete agenda will
be available prior to the
meeting. For more
information, contact the


public information office at
(386) 754-4248. This
meeting is open to the
public.


SREC offers
home repair
help
Is your home suffering
from draftiness, leaky roof,
lack of insulation, restricted
entrance or lack of heated
water? If so, the Suwannee
River Economic Council
has a program that may help
pay for those needed
repairs. Assistance is based
on income. Applications for
the program can be picked
up at SREC, which is
located on S.R. 231 just
across from Tiger's Den
Daycare. For more
information call (386) 496-
2342.



Dial a Story
available to
children
Young children of Union
County are invited to call,
dial a story. Children can
hear a story by calling (386)
496-2542. Dial a Story is a
free telephone service for
children brought to you by
the Union County Public
Library. Stories are
appropriate for young
children and are changed
weekly.

The best time to make
friends is before you need
them.
-Ethel Barrymore


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CORRECTION



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Adam Gaskins celebrates the new location of Great American
Trolley on U9-301 N with a NFRCC ribbon cutting.


Kelly Smoak Construction does a ribbon cutting to announce
the opening of the new Bakersfield Subdivision in Keystone.


Bradford County Chairman
Doyle Thomas does the
introduction of Senator Bill
Nelson and local officials
at open house.


senator Bill Nelson speaks to a standing-room-only
group. The event was hosted by the Chamber and
Dr. Len Schlofman.


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Stark City Manager Ken Sauer and City Commissioner Steve Futch
listen as Paul Nugent, city manager of Ocala, explains some of the
problems and solutions that Ocala used in growth management.
Chamber President/CEO Ron Lilly took the mayor of Ocala Gerald
Ergle up on a visioning quest between the two cities and set the
meeting. Also in attendance on behalf of starke were Police Chief
Gordon Smith, Jeff Johnson, city of Starke police, Ricky Thompson,
city of Starke and Ron Lilly, NFRCC.


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Time: 2-4 p.m.
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Pam Whittle introduces Todd Foster of
Bradford Terrace who sponsored the
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EMS
Continued from p. 1A
August meeting, EMS Director
Allen Parrish gave the city the
chance to become first to
install the device.
"I would like to install the
first of these devices in the
Lakeside Community Center,"
said Parrish. "The location is
ideal because of not only the
events that take place in the
community center, but those
that take place around it as
well,"
Parrish referred to an
incident in recent weeks where
the device would have
benefited a resident greatly.
While he was not specific
about the incident, he did say
the -early intervention of an
AED would have- greatly
improved the situation.
According to Parrish, the
county is working to establish
a Public Access Defibrillation
program.
"The goal of the program is
to provide access, by the


public, to life-saving
equipment in the event of
sudden collapse," said Parrish.
"The target locations for the
placement of AEDs will be
public gathering areas, schools,
industrial complexes and other
heavily used public areas."
Parrish assured
commissioners that there
would be no cost to the
taxpayers of the city for the
program.
"All records, maintenance
and monthly inspections will
be the responsibility of EMS,"
said Parrish. "Obtaining the
devices will cost the city
nothing as well."
According to Parrish, his
department will receive the
AEDs through a grant
program. He. estimated the
devices would cost between
$2,000 and $2,500 each.
Studies- have shown the
devices to be critical in saving
the life of sudden cardiac arrest
patients. According to the Web
site early-defib.org, studies
conducted at cardiac
rehabilitation centers have


shown that when sudden
cardiac arrest victims receive
defibrillation within the first
one to two minutes, more than
90 percent survive to be
discharged from the hospital.
Those percentages go down
as time lapses. In a model
community, where rescue units
can reach a patient within six
minutes, the survival rate drops
to 45 percent. At seven ,
minutes it drops to 30 percent. '
Any patient who waits for
more than 10 minutes for
defibrillation has his or her
,chances diminish to just 5
percent.
Lake Butler Hospital
recently received a grant to
install six of the devices
throughout the hospital. While
the emergency department is
never far away, hospjtal--
officials cited the quicker a
patient can be defibrillated, the
more likely he or she is to
survive. The devices were paid
for with a grant.
Council members told
Parrish that the city's attorney,
John Maines, would review the


legal ramifications of such a
device being in the center. City
Manager Richard Tillis assured
Parrish the city would be quick
to respond to his request.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net .

God's Healing
Ministry to
host revival
God's Love and Healing
Ministry, 625 N. Main St. in
Lake Butler and Prophetess
Beatrice Belford, pastor, will
host Bishop Michael L.
Johnson from Jacksonville on
Saturday, Sept. 10, at 5 p.m.
- The public-is invited. -*.-...

NF Gator Club,
hosts fall
socials


The North Florida Gator
Club invites all Gator fans to
its Thursday, Aug.18, outreach
gathering in room 153 of the
Columbia County School
Board Complex Annex on
Duval Street in Lake City.
The Gator Gathering will
begin at 6 p.m. and
refreshments will be available: .
Raffle tickets will also be
available. First prize is two
2005 season tickets in the west
stands. Value of the tickets is
$700. Second prize is two
Florida/Georgia tickets valued
at $200. Third prize is a
basketball autographed by
Billy Donovan.
The other socials set are for
Thursday, Sept. 1, at the John
Norris home in Lake City,
Thursday --Sept. 15, at-the
Avery Roberts home in Lake.
ButrfrandThursday, Oct. 25,
in Baker County.
Money raised by the North
Florida Gator Club is awarded
each year to qualified students
who have been accepted to the
University of Florida from
each of the counties of Baker,


Columbia, Hamilton,
Suwannee and Union. In 2005
two students from Union
County received scholarships
.from the NFGC.
For more information on the
social or NFQC contact
president Bob McManus- at
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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


Lawtey native hopes or1oIywood break
B break things open for him in School in 1993. classes. Tigerland and eventually
SBy LINDSEY KIRKLAND Hollywood, Calif After BHS, he went to When the movie "Tigerland moved to Hollywood
-. Telegraph Staff Writer Kittes, who's movie "Get Valencia Community College was filmed at Camp Blanding, Kitties' dad, Archie Kitties
Rich or. Die Tryin'" will on a basketball scholarship for it was an opportunity Kittles Sr., said he would sometimes
Lawtey native Tory Kittles, premiere in November, -two years, but was bitten by had been waiting for.
S.. 29. hoes his new movie will graduated from Bradford High the acting bug and took acting He received a.small-part-in- See- KITTLES, p, 4B



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A. 16-year-old Bradford
County teen was killed Monday
afternoon when his %ehicleU,
went out of control on S.R. 16
during a heavy rain.
Scott Ryan Bennett, driving a
2002 Chevrolet pickup, was ROOM
westbound on S.R. 16 at 4:30
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Bennett was ejected when his
vehicle was struck on the left
side. He was taken to Shands at
the University where he died.
Homicide Investigator Trooper
D. Bazinet said. Bennett was
not wearing a seat belt, Trooper en ---- -. a
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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Sept. 1, 2005


CRIME: _


Aaron West


Former
pastor held
on Internet


porno charge
S- A. -Tallahassee man was
arrested last wee. k.oncharges-of
possessing or transmitting
pornography to a minor.
Aaron Dale West, 49, was
arrested Aug. .25 at a
Tallahassee Wal-Mart, where he
was working after relocating
from the Bradford County area.
West is a former pastor of the
Faith Baptist Church of
Lawtey, according to Sgt.
Daniel Wolfe. West admitted
communicating in a chat room
on the Internet and sending
nude photos of a male other
than himself, claiming it was
West, Sgt. Wolfe said. West
had been communicating with
two' girls, ages 15 and 16, in
Manitowoc, Wis. since the
latter part of 2002, when he
was a pastor in the Lawtey
area.
A detective from Wisconsin
notified the Bradford County
Sheriff's office* that someone
from the area was sending niude
photos of a man and regularly
communicating with the minor
girls. West was identified as a
suspect and a local
investigation was conducted.
West signed a release
allowing deputies to confiscate
his personal computer/laptop
and related equipment. There
was -. other information
indicating West collected child
pornography, Sgt. W61fe said.
Although West, discussed
attempting to meet the girls,
no such meeting took place.
On Aug. 24 a warrant was
issued by the 8th Judicial
Circuit office 6f -the -state
attorney charging West with
one felony count.
West, who was living in
Tallahassee, was located by
Leon County authorities and
placed under arrest. He remains
in custody under a $50,000
bond and will be transported to
Bradford for appearance before a
judge. West has no pre ious
__arrest--hiitorv, according to-
Sheriff Bob Milner.- -
"It is criminal and sickening
anytime an adult establishes a
lewd or indecent relationship
with a minor, but it is even
more appalling when an
authority figure such as a
pastor is involved," Sheriff
Milner said. "It brings about an
Unwarranted disregard for church
leaders and casts a long shadow,
even though just one person
committed the act.
This stands as a warning to
all parents to be keenly aware
of the use of computers by
their children. While teenagers
want a modicum of privacy and
trust, parents should be able to
see what chat rooms and
Internet sites their kids are
visiting."


Lake Butler


men charged
with beating
Two Lake Butler men were
arrested for beating a woman
last Thursday.
Thomas David Nettles Jr.,
35, and Lloyd Mitchell
Williams, 55, were charged
with battery causing bodily
harm (domestic violence),
according to Deputy Kevin A.
Dice.
The victim apparently went
to the home of Nettles just
after midnight where she was
struck several times by
Williams, Nettles' uncle,
Deputy Dice said. Nettles then
struck the victim in the nose
and face and was joined by
Williams who continued to
strike her, Deputy Dice said,.
Nettles was arrested Aug. 25
and taken into custody.
Williams turned himself in
Aug. 29 and was charged by
Investigator Mac Johns.,
Both -men- deny beating the
victim.
The victim was treated at
Lake Butler Hospital for
numerous bumps and bruises,
Deputy Dice said.

Lawtey men
arrested after
traffic stop
Two Lawtey men were
arrested Aug. 26 as a result of a
traffic. stop.
A 1988 Buick driven by
James Lewis Jamison was
stopped on C.R. 239 for
unlawful tint, according to
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper M.D. King. Jamison
was charged as a habitual traffic
offender with driving while
license suspended or revoked.
The car smelled strongly of
burnt marijuana but no
contraband was found, Trooper
King.said.
When the Buick stopped, a
passenger ran from the vehicle
and went into the woods,
Trooper King said. Jamie Laron
Mobley was later located at the
Handi Way west of N.W. 44th
Ave. and questioned.' Mobley


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tated he had been robbed by
Jamison but later recanted his
story and admitted he thought
he had a warrant and that he and
Jamison had been smoking
marijuana in the car when they
saw the patrol car, Trooper
King said.
Jamison, 34, was released
from custody after a $2,500
surety bond was posted.
Mobley, 27, was charged
with false report to law
enforcement officer about a
crime and resisting officer
without violence. He was
released from custody after a
$2,000 surety bond was posted.

Duval teens
arrested in
Starke
Three Jacksonville teenagers
were arrested Aug. 28 in Starke
after they threw a dead chicken
onto the walkway at Popeye's.
The teens told officers during
an interview it was a prank,
Officer Mark Lowery said. The
chicken was thrown in front of
the door Sunday evening at 8
p.m., Officer Lowery said.
They returned to take pictures
of the scene, Officer Lower)
said. Another dead fowl was
found in the back of their
vehicle.
Henery William DeSaussure,
Jeffery Ljtzie and Scott Aaron
Laubert, all 18, were charged
with criminal mischief.
DeSaussure was additionally
charged with possession of,
cannabis when a green leafy
substance was found in his
backpack, Officer Lowery said.
DeSaussure remains in
custody under a $2,000 bond.
Litzie was released after a $500
cash bond was posted.

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:


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121 Hy44 etenAlacua Ganesill


is charged with slapping the
victim on the face. The victim


is a 4-year-old, Deputy Murphy
said.


Richard R. Kimbrell, 48, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 29 by
Bradford Lt. Kenneth Hinds for
two counts of sexual battery on
a child under 16. Additional
charges are expected from
Putnam and Nassau counties
involving incidents that
occurred in those counties, Lt.
Hinds said.
Dominick Tusa, 24, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 24 by
Lt. Hinds for lewd and
lascivious on a child under 12.
Tusa is charged with fondling
and inappropriately touching
the child sexually. He was
released from custody after a
$100,000 surety bond was
posted.
Gary Joel Croft Jr., 39, of
Lake Butler was arrested Aug.
25. by Union Deputy Mindy
Goodwin for assault (domestic)
and criminal mischief. Croft is
charged with throwing a lawn
chair at the victim and
threatening to hurt her. During
an argument, he became
enraged and starting kicking the
windshield out of-the victim's
vehicles, Deputy Goodwin said.
Nicholas Lyn Miller, 25,-was
arrested Aug. 23 by'-Union
Deputy Bretf Handley for
aggravated assault, criminal
mischief and trespassing.
Miller is charged with using a
pocket knife to carve obscene
words on the, victim's front
porch during a confrontation,
Deputy Handley said. He then
threatened to cut the victim,
Deputy,Handley said.

Charles Cody Tootle, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 26 by Clay Deputy John
A. Murphy for battery. Tootle


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OBITUARIES:


Elveria DeVoe
CRAWFORDVILLE Elveria'
Louise DeVoe, 86, of
'Crawfordville died Tuesday;
August 23, 2005, at Capital
Regional Medical Center in
Tallahassee.
Born in Passaic, N.J., Mrs.
DeVoe moved to Starke in 1949
where she resided until moving
to Tallahassee in 1995. She lived
in Crawfordville for a year'and a
half. She was a member of the
American Legion Auxiliary and
was active with the Seniors
Center in Wakulla County. She
was a member. of the First
Christian Church in Starke and
waste a homemaker.
.Mrs. DeVoe is survived by: a
daughter Celeste Kemp of
Crawfordville;'two sons, Smith
DeVoe of Kansas City,. Kan. and
Denton DeVoe of Starke; 12
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
DeVoe were August 27, 2005'in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner,
Funeral Home of Starke with' the
Rev. Charles Soper officiating.
Burial followed in Crosby Lake-
Cemetery.

Stacey Paladino
HAMPTON Stacey Dean
Paladino, 35, of Hampton died
Thursday, Aug. 25, 2005, at his
residence. :'
Born in Gainesville, Mr.
Paladino was a lifelong resident
of Bradford County. He was a
welder.
Mr. Paladino is survived b):
his wife,' Healthe Paladino of.
Brooker; two sons, Vance'
*Charles Paladino of Virginia and
Seth Gage Paladino of Brooker: a
daughter Constance Marie
Paladino of Brooker: his mother.
Ruth Paladino: a brother,
Thomas Paladino. and his
grandmother Eselyn Perrn of
Hampton.
Graveside ser ices for Mr.
Paladino were August 29, 2005 at
Crosby Lake Cemetery with the


National Cemetery in Bushnell
with the Rev. Don Thompson
officiating.

J.E. Denmark
STARKE Dr. John "J.E."
Edward Denmark, 82, lifelong
resident of Starke, died Friday,
Aug. 26, 2005, at E.T. York
Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville.
Born on July 11, 1923,: Dr.
Denmark practiced.dentistry in
Starke for 36 years, and was a
member of the First United
Methodist Church. He served in
the United States Navy, during
World War II, was a member of
the American Legion in Starke, a
lifelong member of the Florida
Dentistry Association, long-
time member of the Rotary Club,
and Elks Club in Starke and a was
an honorary member of the
Sheriff's Boy's Ranch.
Dr. Denmark is survived by:
his wife of 46 years Bettie Sue
Denmark of Starke; his children,
Stacey D. Walker and Allison D.
Owens, both of Brandon, and
John E. Denmark Jr. of Orange
Park; and five grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may
be made to: Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4200 NW 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606 or
Tampa General Hospital, Dept.
of Pediatrics Dialisis Unit, Box
1289. Tampa. FL 33601.
Funeral services for Dr.
Denmark were Aug. 30, 2005 in
First United Methodist Church
wunh the Re%\. Mike Hutcherson
officiating. Burial followed at
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
care of Jones Funeral Home.
Starke.

Scott Bennett
LAWTEY Scott Bennett of
Lawtev died Monday. Aug. 29.
2005.
Funeral services are
incomplete at press time and will
be announced later by Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.


Rev Gjene Bass oficiating.
Burial followed under the care of Harold Smith
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of STARKE Harold Olanzo
Starke. Smith .Sr.. 96, of Starke died
Tuesday. Aug. 23, 2005, at
Charles McCullough Windsor Manor Care Center in
CharleS MCCUllOugh Starke following an extended
HAMPTON Charles Lester illness.
McCullough, 62. -of Hampton Born in Charlotte Amalie, St.
died Friday, Aug. 24, 2005, at Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands on
Shands at Starke Emergencs Nov. I-1, 1908. Mr. Smith
Room. mosed to Starke from Nesw York.
Born in New River. Mr He was a retired chef and dietitian
McCullough %was a lifelong and was a member of Ebenezer
resident of Bradford County He Missionary Baptist Church in
w as a self employed carpenter Starke.
and served in the the U.S. Arm. Mr. Smith is survived b\:
He was of the Baptist faiih. three sons; Ro Smith' of the
.Mr...McCullough.- s surs ived ..--... Virgin Islands, Antonio Smith,of
by: two-sisters, Lucille Vjiker-....... Ne.w-York.,and-Donald.-Hill-'of-
of Starke and Visian Shafer of Flushing, N.Y.; two daughters,
Leapers Creek, Tenn : a brother. Gloria Smith of the Bronx. N.Y.
Lynn McCullough of Hampton. and Valencia Smith of Denver,
He was preceded in death by his Colo.; a sister Mary Jane Innis
father and mother Lester and of St. Thomas; and his caregiver
Mabel McCullough and a sister Clifford Hudson of Starke. He
Iris Hart. was preceded in death by his wife
Funeral services for Mr. Pearlie Mae Si,, and two sons,
McCullough were Aug. 29. 2005 Lerov Smith and Harold Smith Jr.
in the Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral senrices for Mr. Smith
Funeral Home kith the Rev. Joe will be held at II a.m. on
Butler officiating Burial Saturday, Sept. 3, 2005, in
followed in Santa Fe Cemetery Ebenezer Baptist Church with the
under the care of Archie Tanner Re\ James N. Wilcox. eulogist.
Funeral Home of Starke. visitationn will be at Haile
Funeral Home of Starke Friday,
William Reeder Sept. 2, 2005. Family hour is 4-
W illiam Reeder 5 p.m. and friends from 5-8 p.m.


STARKE William Thomas
Reeder, 77. of Starke died
Monday, Aug. 29, 2005. at his
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Nit Carmel. Ill., Mr
Reeder lived in Starke since
1977. He served in the ULI S. Na\\
during World War II later joining
the Air Force, serving in Korea
and Vietnam. He retired from the
service in 1973 and from the
state of Florida in 1992, where
he %worked as an ENMT at Laswle
Correctional Institution. He was
a member of First United
Methodist Church in Mi Carmel
Mr. Reeder is sur.i\ed b-" t io
sisters, Marjorie Armstrong of
Atlanta and Alice Raibley of Mt
Carmel. a step-son Larry Bassett
of Mountain City, Texas and two
step-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his wife
Elsie Reeder.
Funeral sen ices for Mr. Reeder
will be conducted at II1 00 am
on Thursday, Sept. I, 2005, in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke n ithl
burial following in Florida.


Mary Wise
STARKE Mary Evelyn Odom
Wise, 88, of Starke died Monday,
Aug. 29, 2005, at Windsor
Manor Nursing Home following
an extended illness.
Born in Daugharly County,
Ga. on.Jan. 14, 1917, Mrs. Wise
moved to Starke in 1936 from
Alabama. She was a homemaker
and member of Madison Street
Baptist Church.
Mrs. Wise is sun ived by: two
sons. Louis C. Wise of St.
Augustine and Wallaqe A. Wise
of Starke: a sister Leila Greene of
Albany, Ga.; four grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in deaih by her
husband Chster Louis Wise.
Funeral services for Mrs. Wise
were Aug. 31, 2005 in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Starke with the Rev. Ben Bryant
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Laurel Hill
Cemetery in Thomasville, Ga.


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family
Please accept our most heartfelt
appreciation for the cards, gifts
and prayers.
W'e are blessed to have the support
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Clara Williams
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Clara
Camilla Williams, 88,' of
Melrose died Monday, Aug. 29,
2005, at her residence.
Born in Stratfoed, Ontario,
Mrs. Williams moved to Melrose
in 1997 from N'orthville, Mich.
She was a homemaker and
member of Keystone United
Methodist' Church where she
sang in the choir. She was a
member of the Red Hats in
,Keystone Heights'.
Mrs. Williams is survived by:
two daughters. Janice King of
Melrose and Donna Houghton of
Keystone Heights. a son Thomas
Williams of Los Altos, Calif.; 15
grandchildren- and six great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Williams will be held at 11 a.m.
on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005, in
Key' tone Heights United
Methodist Church with the Rev.
Jeff Kjntz officiating.
Arrangements are under the care,
of Moring Funeral Home.


Margaret Stanfield
MELROSE Margaret Inez
Stanfield, 88, of Melrose died
Sunday. Aug. 28, 2005, at
Shands at Starke.
Born in Boaz, Ala.,' Mrs.
Stanfield mosed to Melrose in
1986 from Bald. in. She was a
waitresss and member of Hope
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Campville
Mrs. Stanfield is survived by
a sister Irene Spence of Starke.
Memorial ser\ ices for Mrs.
Stanfield will be held at Windsor
Manor Nursing Home in Starke at
3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 2. 2005.
w ith Brother Snell officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


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Since time began, man has been
attempting to look into the future with
little success, but that hasn't kept him
from trying. Many times the big events
of history come'upon us quietly and
with little notice, and we wonder how
we could have missed their coming.
We understand that earthquakes and
tornadoes befall us without advance'
notice, but most big changes in life or
society "cast their shadows before-
them" according to a cigarette ad from
the long ago, and we make preparation
for the changes, but not every time.
The greatest upheaval in American
sciciety arrived in the decade of the
1960s, when a black woman, Rosa
Parks, refused to relinquish her seat on
a Birmingham bus for a white woman
and move to the back of the bus.
There had been earlier bloody
confrontations with lav enforcement
officers in Birmingham and Anniston,
Ala., but this rather insignificant event
set off a struggle that culminated in
national integration. -- -
Looking back from the perspective
of a new generation, one wonders why
national leaders didn't foresee the
coming challenges and defuse the
problem without having the nation
endure cultural changes through
violence and suffering. Perhaps the
custom was so ingrained it couldn't
- have been changed otherwise, but no
one in his right mind would ever
suggest we return to segregation. -
An upheaval of staggering
proportions is already_ under way and
may be predictable as the sun rising
tomorrow; the browning of America.
Already social engineers are seeing
children of mixed parentage, and, with
the increasing number of Latinos
entering the country, it is easy to
foresee a darkening of skin color"
throughout the nation.
America has had mixed people of
dIff~tring nationalities ^siqcbthe. erly-
days and couples bf differeiinLraces are
being seen in more settings each year
as people are thrown together in
schools, workplaces and churches. The
Raiford Road in northwest Starke is
becoming an integrated neighborhood
as black families build or buy homes in
the area, and the change is peaceful
and without malice. This trend will
continue at a measured pace for a time,
but will escalate as black families
reach pariy with whites in family
income.
There are some-disturbing signs on
the horizon that may be harbingers of
difficult times in the United States.
The fact (I take it to be a fact) that
General Motors and Ford have a
retirement and health' insurance
package costing $1,500 per car will
eventually drive automotive
manufacturing off-shore, and that will
be a devastating blow to the American
economy. To renounce their pension


plan for workers is unthinkable, yet the
present course cannot be maintained.
Foreign car makers are already
outselling American-built brands, but
preaching patriotism to car buyers
won't reverse the trend, so what to do?
Automobile owners in England and
Western Europe have been paying the
equivalent of $3 per gallon for
gasoline for years and have adjusted
by buying and driving small cars.
While Americans revere their large-
cars, in all likelihood the era of the
large V-10s and V-8s is on its way out,
and smaller cars will be in. The gas
shortage in 1973 almost bankrupted
the American automobile industry and
opened the door for Japan to get its
foot in the American transportation
door. While Americans have adjusted
their budgets for the spike in gasoline
prices and continue to increase gas
consumption, the .day is rapidly-
approaching foran individual decrease,
in-gas purchases.
The inflation in real estate prices
represents a deep concern to some old-
timers that remember the Florida land
boom of the mid 1920s, when the price
of Florida real estate dropped
overnight, leaving many people with
deeds to worthless property. HoIme
ownership is desirable for every.
family, but buying or building a home
beyond one's means is risky, to say the
least. Taxes, utilities and upkeep tend
to increase from year to year, and may'
become too expensive to live with
after retirement.
A long-range problem over which
we have no control is building in the
east as China swings into the 21st
century, emphasizing the sciences in
education and moving rapidly to
become the largest market in the
world. Not only will the Americas be
swamped by the enormity of the China
market, the two Americas will become
the nuniSgr thritrmarketifn Wn vW&rll.d .
,as Western Europe becomes united atid'
takes over the number two position.
The United States has lost the textile
industry, the steel industry, the
electronics manufacturing industry.
(there isn't a computer made in the
U.S. today) and bids to lose others,
,while "One-World" supporters
proclaim the United States will be the
"information" center of the world.
When we get into another war, what
will we- do?-Throw computers at the
enemy? World Wars I and II were won
by the tremendous production capacity
of American factories, a lesson we
forget at our own peril.
Today it was reported on the radio
that American 15-year-olds rate
number 38 worldwide in knowledge of
mathematics. Doesn't that give you a
warm, fuzzy feeling?
u., D.o Rh


uy UUsterI llnl
Telegraph Editorial Writer


Editoriai/Opin i on


Thursday, September 1, 2005 Page 4B


Jaime Lynn Stewart


Stewart
graduates
from military
training
Airman Jaime Lynn Stew art
has completed and graduated
from the U.S. Airforce basic
military training at Latkland
AFB in San Antonio, Texas.
She will further her training for
the intelligence department at
Goodfellow AFB in San
Angelo. Texas.
Stewart is a 2005 graduate of
Union County High School
She is the daughter of John and
Lynn Stewart of Raiford, the
granddaughter of Verrell Martin
of Worthington Springs, Bill
and Carolyn Holt of Rupert,
Ga. and Max and Ethel Jackson
of Raiford.
Navy Seaman (E-3) Larrm
Eugene Peoples Jr., 19, of Port
St. Lucie graduated from U.S.
Navy basic training at the
Recruit Training Command


KITTLES
Continued from p. 1B

get calls from Tory saying
"Pops, it's hard out here." but
Tory never wanted to give up
and come home.
There are thousands of
people trying..o be actors in
Galiforniar.I'aid :.lttll sAdiM,)
so you have to',be-4.trrTig-
minded: and set goals for
yourself.
"I think he has done great
for being from such a small
town," Archie said.
Now, Kittles has been in
Hollywood for almost eight
years and has appeared in
about a dozen films, including
"Invincible," "Malibu's Most
Wanted," "Phone Booth,"
"Paparazzi" and "Against the
Ropes." He was in a February


Local resident
places at
NWTF annual'
turkey shoot
Ashley Moore of Starke
placed first at the National
Wild Turkey Federation's 12th
annual Turkey Shoot held Aug.
19-21. He broke 39 clay targets
while competing in the Pump
Event, D class of the NSCA
Division at The Meadows
National Gun Club in Forsyth,
Ga.
More than 600 shooters


Dillinger is a mT
Seafarer Roger Dillinger Jr.
of Starke is a new member of
the United States Merchant
Marine having graduated from
the Unlicensed Apprentice
Program at the Paul Hall
Center for Maritime Training
and Education in Piney Point,
Md. -
Dillinger, son of Roger
Dillinger Sr. and Sandra
Matthews, completed nine
months of training that taught
him the basic skills of
seamanship in order that he
may work aboard a U.S. flag
commercial vessel.
Included in his seamanship
training are basic fire fighting,
first aid and CPR. water
survival skills, proper
sanitation methods and oil spill
prevention among other topics.
Because personal discipline
and precise work are vital parts
of shipboard life, some
segments of the program are
conducted with military-like
procedures.
The Paul Hall Center is joint
union/management facility
operated by the Seafarers
International Union and its
contracted companies.
More information on the


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Officials may
not
understand
FMPA's role
Dear Editor:
Starke's city leaders appear to
be taking an increased interest
in the city's municipa.leJectric-
system and its wholesale power
provider, the Florida Municipal
Power Agency (FMPA). As
the director of 'a fellow
municipal utility and an
FMPA member, I applaud their
focus on this essential public
service. However, based on
public comments reported in
this newspaper, it seems as if
Starke's city officials may have
a misunderstanding of their role
in FMPA's management, and I
believe that Starke's citizens
might be better served .if that
misunderstanding was
corrected.
Residents of Starke may be
surprised to learn that FMPA
is not an independent, for-profit
company. FMPA is, in fact,
owned by the city of Starke, as
well as 28 other cities
throughout the state of Florida.
The cities who are FMPA's
owners and customers-we
refer to ourselves simply as


is only as good as its member
cities strive to make it.
Personally, I think FMPA's
Board of Directors is working
hard to address challenges in
today's electric utility business
for the mutual benefit of our
communities. If Starke's city
leaders _disagree with this
assessment, then they owe it to
their citizens to become
informed, become involved and
become part of the solution.
Elie J. Boudreaux III
Fr. Pierce


If you plan on going
sight-seeing when
traveling, take a small
backpack or fanny pack.
This will let you carry
maps and perhaps
phrase books,
guidebooks, water
bottles, sunglasses, and
other essentials while
on a day trip.


p--. I--~~:


Tory Kittles


bra\ ed the sun, dust and heat of
a south Georgia summer to
compete in one of the premier
sporting clays tournaments in
the country.
Shooters were separated into
two divisions the National
Sporting Clays Association
Division for competitive and
professional shooters and the
Hunters Division for
recreational 'shooters in the
200-target Sporting Clays
Championship. the Briley Sub-
Gauge competition and the
Winchester Ladies Cup.
"'The Turkey Shoot is a very
competitive event that brings
shooters from all across the


merchant marine




p ..


Seafarer Roger Dllinger


facility may be obtained by
calling its Admissions
Department at (301) 994-0010
or check out the Web site at
www.seafarers.org:


*1


Middletown High School, Md.,
and received an associate degree
in 1973 from Frederick
Community College, Md. He
earned a bachelor's degree in
1976 from Mount St. Mary's
University in Emmitsburg,
Md.


Peering into the future


episode of "CS: NY." a
well.
When Tory got his first b.i"
paycheck from a film Me
Gibson produced in Australia,
Tory bought a digital camera
and other souvenirs.
Tory is "pretty sensible'
w ith money. Archie said. ,
Currently. Kitties is
%working on.."Dirtv" with Gubi
, Gooiig Jr.'nor
Die Tryin!""* h'Ih Fp 50
When filming movies.
Kitties always remembers to'-
bring back souvenirs, Archie"
said.
"Torn knows I like hats." he0
sAid "so he brought me back a
hat 50 Cent had autographed."
Tory's ultimate goal in the.,
movie industry is to be the;.;
best actor possible in whatever,-
role he chooses.


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country to see who is thn'
best," said Rhett Simmons.
NWTF special event's
coordinator.
Proceeds from the Turkey
Shoot go to help Wheelin q
Sportsmen NWTF provide.,
people with disabilities-
opportunities to learn and'
enjoy outdoor sports such as
hunting, fishing and shooting. .
For more information about
the 12th annual Turkey Shoot
or the NWTF, visir-1
www.nwtf.org or call (800).
THE-NWTF. :


Open house
for 50+ is
Sept. 6 at
SFCC
PrimeTime Institute, a new
learning initiative geared t~i
those aged 50 and older, hold's"
an open house 4:30-6:30 p.m
Tuesday, Sept. 6, in Buildin
S, room 29/30 on Santa Fe'
Northwest Campus, 3000 N
83 St. in Gainesville
Admission is free, refreshment
are served, and facilities may

_toured.
PrimeTime is a learningn
passport to Santa Fe" fo
community members 50 an
over. A one-year fee provide
access to Santa Fe facilities
like the gym; campus dance
theater and music events; th
college library; student support
services; and special learning
events like seminars
discussion groups an
PrimeTime-specific classes.
To register call Santa F
.Community Education at (352
395-5193 or visi
www.mysfcc.com
For more information call
SFCC Assistant Vice Presiden
for Academic Affairs Kri
Williams at (352) 395-5195 c:
email kris.williams@sfcc.edu


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Center, Great Lakes, II. on July
29. He is the son of Larry
Peoples, Sr. and Kim Peoples
of Keystone Heights. His
grandparents, Luther and
Loretta Peoples are also
Keystone Heights residents.
During the eight-week
program, he completed
classroom study and practical
instruction on naval customs,
first aid, fire fighting, Water
safety and survival, shipboard
and aircraft safety. An
emphasis was also placed on
physical fitness.
After basic training, Peoples
departed for Lackland AFB in
San Antonio to complete
training-to become a military
o police officer.
Seaman Peoples is a 2004
graduate of Keystone Height's
High School.

Army' National Guard
Master Sgt. Ronald L.
Pitts completed two weeks of
required annual training at
Camp Pendleton in Virginia
Beach, Va. The soldier is a
member of the Nlary land
National Guard assigned to the
Joint Forces Headquarters, 5th
Regiment based in Baltimore.
More than 180, guard
members assigned to the Joint
Forces Headquarters and various
subordinate support elements
from Maryland participated in
field and classroom training.
The soldiers received training
in marksmanship. security
operations, tactical planning,
performed military specialty
tasks. and honed their basic
soldiering skills.
Pitts. a public affairs
superintendent, is the son of
John and Mildred Pitts of
'Shore Drive. Fort Washington.
Md. His brother, John F. Pitls.
resides in Keystone Heights.
He graduated in 1968 from


Justin L. Splitt c?
Air Force 'Airman'
Justin L. Splitt has!'
graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Forc6e
Base in San Antonio. Texas. .%
During the 'six weeks of
training, the airman' studied thea'
Air Force mission!.
organization, and military
customs and courtesies."
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship'.'
field training exercises, andd
special training in humarT
relations.
In addition, airmen %hdi
complete basic. training earn'
credits toward an associated
degree through the Community--
College of the Air Force.
The son of Richard Splitt o.
Starke. Split- is 'a 200
graduate of Biadford Higlt
School.


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"members"--Control FMPA's
operations primarily by
appointing Representatives to
FMPA's Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors builds
consensus to make decisions
about both the overall business
strategy of FMPA, as well as
guiding the major activities of
FMPA staff.
It is equally-important to
note that besides each city's
voting Board Representative,,
many other people in -our
member cities are involved
with FMPA. Both employees
and local elected officials from
our member cities make
significant contributions of
time, talent and wisdom to
FMPA.
Starke's city manager and
Representative on the FMPA
Board, Ken Sauer, recently
joined FMPA's Executive
Committee, a very active iib-
committee, of the Board. I
would encourage other
interested parties, such as your
city attorney or 'city
commissioners, to join him at
some of the Committee's
meetings to become involved
themselves. Starke is an owner
of FMPA. and its
representatives are treated as
such.
As a member-owned,
member-driven entity, FMPA


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_BIRTHS
Maternal grandparents are
Althea and David Baker of
Ellisville.
SPaternal grandparents are
S lrenda and Billy Croft of Lake
,. -', Butler.









Gavin Reece Murphy KailynAlicia Ward

Gavin Murphy Kailyn Ward,
.Gene and Kim Murphy of Garr and Heather Ward ,of
Genrke andou urthy of "Lake City announce the birth
Starke announce the birth of eir daughter. Kailyn Alicia
their on, Gavin Reece.- 4L of their daughter, KailynAlicia
Warheir on, Gad on Jul 30,2005 at
1Jurphy, on Aug. 2, 2005 at Takeirra Tanette Bakken North Florida- Regional
Hands Hosptal n Hospital iiinGainesville. ,
Ganesville. Kailyn weighed 8 pounds, 4
-Gavin weighed 7 pounds, 3 Takeirra ounces and measured 20,
ounces and measured 19% c m
inches in length. He joins a 12- Bakken inches in length. are Garr
hBakkenG M randparents-are arr,
year-old brother Mitchell Heather Bakken of Starke Ward Sr. of Lake Cit3.
Murphy.
Maternal grandparents are and Marion Dodd of Lake Charlotte and Ray Townsend
Ed and Loree Cumming of Butler and North Carolina of Providence, Julie and Roger
Kalispell M mmont. announce the birth of their Davis of Lake City and Cathy.
Paternal grandparents are daughter, Takeirra Tanette and David Bandy of
Gene and Faith Murphy of Bakken, on July 27, 2005 in Worthington Springs.
Starke. Gainesville. Great-grandparents are Ellen
Takeirra weighed 8 pounds Ward of Lake City, Buck Ward
and measured 19V'/ inches in of Lake City, Irene and G.W.
W ilford Croft length. She joins a sister Parrish of Providence. Mildred
. Davina Baker and Will Croft Kurston Bakken and a brother Crawford of Lake Butler, Lola
of Lake Butler announce the Marion Jacquez Dodd. Davis of Santa Fe and the late
birth of their son, Wilford Maternal grandparents are A.Y. Davis, and Mattie
Dalton Croft on Aug. 2,2005. Gary and Susan Bakken of Langley of Lake Butler and the
Dalton weighed 7 pounds, Starke. late George Langley.
15 ounces and measured 20 Paternal grandparents are
inches in length. He joins a Brady and Patricia Cobb of
brother Hunter. North Carolina.


.- Lever Chad Ricks and
leah' MIichelle Haney -


degrees in criminal justice. law
enforcement and corrections.
He is a deputy with the Cla%
County Sheriff's Office.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday. Sept. 3, 2005 at
Magnolia Point Golf and
Country Club.
Invitations were mailed.


Shands at Starke Auxiliary has
available several volunteer oppor-
tunities including gift shop. recep-
tion desk, X-ray, medical records.
patient services and filing. For
information call Helen LeVangie.
(352) 473-8580; Dolores Morgan.
(904) 964-5748; Kay McKinley.
'904i 964-7284; or Sharon Gaines.
(904),964-6009.,, ...... e, ..


Nelsons

celebrate 55th

anniversary
On Aug. 25, 1950, Rose and
Donald Nelson were married
in. the Lutheran Church Twin
Towers in Frederick, Md. The
couple celebrated their 55th
anniversary with a party at
Bradt'ord Terrace Nursing:
Facility', %here Mrs. Nelson
currently\ resides
The ,former Rose Marie
MouidrN \as born on Feb. 2,
1932 in Frederick.
Donald Nelson %as born on
July I. 1926 in Niemore,
Minn.
The couple has a daughter
Dona Marie Fuss who lives in
Handover. Pa A second
daughter, Brenda Evone
Nelson.died July 9, 2004.


Clarke and
criWs to wed
Sept. 3
Lucille Regar of Lake Butler
announices 'the upcoming
marriage 'of her daughter,
Sandra Clarke. to Malcolm
Crews, .Jr.. son of Jesse
KIembro and the late Mack
Crews. -
The bride-elect is also the
daughter of the late Charlie
Regar.
The wedding will take place
at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3,
2005, at Lake Butler
Community Center.
..A reception.% will follow the
ceremony at the community
center.,
*FamiJl. and (riends,7rarA
invite "u : *


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Aldridge and Nichols to wed
Jaresia Aldridge and Stefan
chols announce their up-
ming marriage. The wedding
ll take place on Saturday.
;pt. 10, 2005, at 5 p.m. at the
church of God By Faith in
arkek r


A reception will follow the
ceremony at the Bradford
County fairgrounds.
All family and friends are
invited.

Jamesia Aldridge
and
Stefan Nichols


Three Wishes Inc. makes available
power (electric) wheelchairs to
senior citizens and the pernmanefntl)
disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if they qualiffl., The power :
Sheel'hairs are pro. ided to hose
\'.ho cannot ,%alk and cannot self-
propel a manual wheelchair in their
home. and 'A ho meei the additional
guidelines of the program. No
deposit i_. required Call toll free,
(800) 817-1871, to ee it fou
qualil'y. :
Morning Star Lodge #26 of
Starke urge:; all mni-ibers and past
members t.- tendd on the first and
fourth Monda., evenings at 7 The
lodge is at 709 E. Bri.w nlee St. in
Starke Call 944-.964-8474


Panorama Homeless Coalition
Inc., the sern ice provider for
Bradford Count) grants, meets the
second Thursda-, of the month at
6:30p mI at 625 Brownlee St in'
Siarke Call (9U4) 964.600s or ,r :
(904) 769-9587, after p.m Shade
Herring is president.
A substance abuse support group
is held ecery Wednesday y at 7 p.m
at La ire.\ Church of Christ. CR-
200-B. for those % ho suffer from
alcohol- or drug-related problems.
%workaholics. compulsive spenders
and unhealthy relationtrhips. The
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-
3771 or ,904) 782-3086 foi
information


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upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Tammy Williams, to
Wayne EddinsJr., son of Clark
and Linda Eddins of Lake
Butler.
The bride-elect is employed
by Touchstone Heating and
Air, Inc.
The groom-elect is
employed by Florida Pest
Control.
The wedding will ,take place
at Raiford Community Center
at.2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept, 17,
2005. A reception will follow
the ceremony.
:Family and friends are
invited.


Ricks to wed
Patric and Debra Haney of
Keystone Heights announce
the upcoming marriage of theii
daughter, Leah Michelle Haney.
to Lester Chad Ricks, son of
Billy and Annette Ricks of
Orange Park.
The bride-elect graduated
from Keystone Heights High
School (KHHS) in 2002. She
also graduated from Orange
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The groom-elect graduated
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S. *..~ .* .~ *...'- .3 LEFT: Matt
Eunice
Splays Image,
a fantasy
creature
who travels
4,O'" .- pil"from the








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.^ggssi, "- 'motakes a
'." help starsof
humanets.
'Magic Bubble' provides
flight (or float)amof f ancytha,
played by
Amanda
Bell. In this
photo,
Image is
piloting the
bubble while
Samantha
takes a
close look
..0.at the stars-
and planets.




Magic Bubble' provides

f light. (or f loat) of fancy


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Are you ready for a flight of pure fantasy.' Then
step out of your everyday existence and join
Samantha for a ride in a magic bubble that will
take you straight to the moon.
Samantha, a normal human teenager, joins
Image, a somewhat abnormal something-or-other
(no one seems to know just what), on a quest to
save the magic crystal owned by the Man in the
Moon.
The unlikely pair are deputized to combat the
evil Vultaura, \-ho is during to extinguish the light
the magic crystal provides. Without light. all the


magical creatures who live on the moon will
perish-and so will many of the normal creatures
who live on the Earth.
"The Magic Bubble" uses music, dialogue and
fanciful costumes to tell a story that should delight
both children and adults. The play will be
performed by the Lake Region Community
Theatre (LRCT) for one w weekend only, Sept. 9-11,
at the Keystone Heights Woman's Club.
Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
and Sunday at 2 p.m.
Ticket donations are $10 for adults, $8 for
senior citizens 55 or older and $6 for children 12
and under. For reservations, call (352) 215-2422.
Advance tickets can be purchased at George
Roberts Insurance on Lawrence Boulevard in
Keystone.
Tickets can
also be
purchased at
the door, if
they remain
availab I e.
LEFT:
The evil
Vultaura
(Brandon
Stadnicki)
w",a'S only
partially
costumed
rehearsal
in order
to
preserve
the full
effect for
opening
< night. In
this
photo,
Vultaura
is trying
to control
Samantha
(Amanda
Bell) with
magic.


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Lunar, the Man in the Moon, is surrounded bystars (front row, I-r) Victoria Matos,
Katie Travis, (b1ck row, 1-r) Jennie Starnes, Megan Starnes.


The box office will open, one hour before curtain
time. "
While the cast is still keeping the most elaborate.
costumes under wraps, they donned some of the
fancy togs for a dress rehearsal Monday for the
photos that accompany this story.
The play was written by Jack Stella and will be
directed by Karyn Merritt, both of Keystone.
The cast comes from throughout the Bradford
and lake region area and includes both young
people and adults. Matt Eunice and Amanda Bell
play the lead roles of Image and Samantha.
Chris Perry plays Lunar, the MNan in the Moon.
and Brandon Stadnicki plays the e\il Vultaura.


The rest of the characters, both magical and
human, are played by Katie Tra\ is. Natalia Travis,
Tracey Travis, Victoria Matos, Jennie Starnes,
Megan Starnes, Meaghah Pardue, Farren Fahn,
Karissa Eunice, Kristen Rodgers, Buzz Dyal and
Nancy Alvarez.
Technical expertise will be provided by Warren
Tanton.
If you want to see magic and human ingenuity
triumph over evil flibbertigibbets, pigwidgeons
and gluttons, comejoin in the fun with an evening
ride in "The Magic Bubble."
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ABOVE: (L-R) Chris Perry, Nancy Alvarez and Jennie Starnes play evil creatures who are
after the hero and heroine, Image and Samantha. RIGHT: Tracey Travis plays the fiddler
who provides music for the celebration at the end of the play.


(L-R) Karissa Eunice and Meaghan Pardue will be playing some of the
magical creatures Samantha and Image find living on the moon. In this
photo, the partically costumed duo performs a dance designed to
enchant the two and put them to sleep.


Buzz Dyal (only partially costumed) plays a
glutton who winds up being put in the
soup pot when he attempts to hurt
Samantha and Image.


I....


Evil creatures capture Samantha and Image and try to prevent them from
completing their quest. (L-R) Jennie Starnes, Nancy Alvarez, Chris Perry, Amanda
Bell, Matt Eunice, Natalia Matos, Buzz Dyal and Megan Starnes.


MAGIC
Cont. from p. 6B
LRCT is a local
nonprofit organization
designed to promote
the performing arts
and all arts in the area.
Por additional
information, contact
Tami Curtis at
tcurtis@georgeroberts
insurance.com, or by
phone at (904) 966-
1392.


LEFT: Victoria Matos
plays a flute in the
celebration that
ends the play.


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CRIME:


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

Thomas Marvin Howard, 23,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Aug. 25 by Starke Officer J.W.
Hooper for felony possession
of a controlled substance while
in physical control of a motor
vehicle, possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
a controlled substance. Howard
had iq his possess-ion a metal
pipe with residue, a razor blade
and a small plastic bag with a
white powdery substance when
his vehicle was traffic stopped
on U.S. 301 at S.R. 16. Bond
was set at $20,000.

Robert J. Lester, 40, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 27 by
Starke Officer Thomas Murrow
for aggravated assault on a
person over 65 years of age.
Lester threatened to hit the
victim with a baseball bat
because he was making too
much noise in his apartment,
Officer Murrow said. The
victim is 80 years old. A
$10,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.

Sandra Elizabeth Covington,
48, of Starke was arrested Aug.
27 by Starke Officer William
Murray for disorderly
intoxication and resisting an
officer with violence. While
attempting to obtain
information from Covington,
she became angry and began to
curse the officer. She smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage. As the officer placed
her under arrest she struck him
with a closed fist, Officer
Murray said. A $5,000 surety
botid was posted for her release.

Joshua Stephen Spruce, 33,
of Callahan was arrested Aug.
26 by Lawtey Officer Johnny
Hemandez for disorderly
intoxication. Spruce was
walking in the middle of
Linwood Avenue yvelling
obscenities at citizens and
.vehicles passing by. He
' smelled, strongly of an
alcoholic beverage, Officer
Hernandez said. He was released
.from custody after a $2,500
surety bond was posted.

Michael Wasne Roberts. 20,
%%as arrested Aug. 27 by
Bradford Deput. Casey Moore
for trespass in a convey ance. At
3:45 a.m. Roberts was found
asleep inside the victim'ss
vehicle' in a parking lot.
Roberts was intoxicated at the
time, Depury Moore said. A
$2,500 surety bond %%as posted
for his release from custody.


David Leonard Harris, 20, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 26 by
Starke Sgt. Donald Spriggle for
disorderly conduct. Harris began
using vulgar language when
confronted at 9:20 p.m. about
smoking on school property in
front of children and parents.
He was released from custody
after a $1,000 surety bond was
posted.

Danwand L. Greene, 24, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 27 by
Starke Officer James E. Davis
for resisting arrest without
violence. As the officer
attempted to arrest Greene on a
warrant for violation of
probation, he fled on foot into
the woods at S.R. 16 and Pine
Street. Approximately 20 feet
into the woods Greene was
found lying on the ground with-
his hands behind his back.

Craig Ferber,- 41, *of
Jacksonville was arrested Aug.
22 by Bradford Deputy David
Thompson for three counts
trafficking in stolen '.property.
Total bond was set at $75,000.

Kenneth Hill, 36, of
Hampton was arrested Aug. 22
by Putnam deputies on. a
warrant from Bradford County
for violation of probation
uttering a forged instrument.

Thelma Priscilla Jenkins. 25,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Aug. 23 by Deputy Goodwin
for two counts failure to appear
with no bond.

Earl Lee, 20, of Starke was
arrested Aug. 22 by Officer
Murrow for trespass on school.
property. Bond was set at $205.
Lee was sentenced to time
served and released Aug. 27.

Karl Brandt Lobenthal, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested Aug.
25 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns for violation of
probation with no bond.

Lonnie Thompson, 44, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 24 by
Starke Officer Mark Lowery for
theft of cable service. Bond was
set at $1,000.


Fernando Hemandez, 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested Aug.
28 by Union Deputy Robert
Manning for contempt of court
failure to pay child support and
failure to appear. Bond was set
at $1,500.

Jennifer Williamson, 21, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 22 by
Officer Murray for failure to
appear case management. Bond
was set at $10,000.

Rebecca Crafton, 18, of
Lake Helen was arrested Aug.
23 on warrants for failure to
appear worthless checks. Total
bond ws set at $30,000. She
was released on her own
recognizance by Judge Johnny
Hobbs.

Thelma Jenkins, 23, of Lake
Butler was arrested Aug. 23 by
Union for failure to appear
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon and introduction of
contraband into correctional
facility.

Devon Rogers, 22, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 23 by
Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser for,
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon. Total bond was set at
$500,000.

Randy Eugene Crawford. 45,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 27
by Starke Officer Stephen
Murphy on a warrant for failure
to appear trespass in structure.
He was released after a $205
cash bond was posted.

Michael Jenkins, 29, of
Lawtey was arrested Aug" 23
for violation of probation
burglary of structure.

Tina Marie Wpoten, 34, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 24 by
Bradford Deputy D.E. Cannon
for violation of probation
possession of controlled
substance with no bond.

Katherine Knox, 36, of
Lawtey was arrested. Aug. 27
by Orange Park officers for
failure to appear worthless
check.


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Amanda Moppert,
Lawtey was arrested
by Clay deputies on
for failure to appear.


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Aug. 25
a warrant


Kenneth E. Mack, 41, of
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 27
by Lawtey Captain Nathan
Blom for failure to appear
worthless check with bond set
at $5,000.

Rodney J. Geiger, 19, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 24 by
Deputy Cannon on an order of
arrest for violation of probation
possession of alcoholic
beverage by a minor. He was
ordered to serve 12 days in the
county jail.

Kelly Johnson, 26, of
Macclenny was arrested Aug.
25 by probation officers for
violation of probation. Johnson
was released, after a $1,000
surety bond was posted.

Traffic
Lawrence S. Andrews, .35, of
Graham was arrested Aug. 28
by Bradford Sgt. George
Konkel 'Jr. for driving under the
influence (DUI). He refused to
submit to a breathalyzer after
his pickup was stopped on
'S:R. 16 at 2:40 a.m. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.

Lori Yacevich, 45, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 28 by Officer
Lowery for DUI and fleeing
attempting, to elude. She.
refused to submit to a
breathalyzer when her vehicle
was stopped at 1:18, a.m. on
iS.R. 16. A $5,000 surety bond
%ias posted for her release from
custod\


Marvin Albert Prose Jr., 37,
of Lake Butler was. arrested
Aug. 27 by Deputy Manning
for wilful-wanton reckless
driving. Prose's vehicle was
stopped for speeding on C.R.
18. An open cooler containing
several cans of beer was found
in the back seat. Prose admitted
he had been drinking, but


passed the field sobriety test,
Deputy Manning said.

Dennis Donohue, 42, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 25 by Starke Officer
James Hooper for DUI. He
refused testing. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.


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Classified Ads where one call does it all!05 ~ -
s-wr eo e a es t all! 496-210261


40 Notices
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
tre Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it Illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national ongin, or an
intention to make any
such preference, limita-
lion or discrimination "
Familial status includes
children under the age ol
18 living with parents or
legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people
securing custody of chil-
dren under 18. This
newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any adver-
ising for real estate.
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are
hereby informed thai all
dwellings advertised in
tnhs newspaper are avail-
able on an equal oppor-
unity basis To complain
Sof discrimination, call
HUD toll-free at 1-800-
669-9777, the toll-free
telephone numberfor the
nearing Impaired is i1-
800-927-9275 For fur-
ther Information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations, Lisa
Sutherland 850-488-
7082 ext #1005.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submitted
to the Starke office In
writing & paid In advance
unless credit has already
been established with
this office. A $3.00 SER-
VICE CHARGE will be
added to all billings to
cover postage & hari-
dling. THE CLASSIFIED
STAFF CANNOT BE
HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR MISTAKES IN
C LA S S IFI E D
ADVERTISING TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline Is Tuesday at
12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge Is $6.50


for the first 20 words.
then 20 cents per word
thereafter.
41 Auctions
AUCTION EVERY Thurs-
day & Saturday night, at
6551 NW CR 225.
Starke Starts 7:00pm.
Will take new and used
items for consignment.
sold 1 piece at a time
ABMO 000 1542. AUMO
0001153.
42 Motor
Vehicles
1985 BRONCO II. 4 wheel
drive. new irans, eng,
, brake lines, shocks, cold
air, new battery and
more. REDUCED to
$700 OBOI Can be seen
at ESP Automotive on
SR21 in Keystone or call
386-445-6302. 56


1999 GRAND AM, blacK,
rear spoiler, sun roof.
91.000 miles, Enkel rims,
(original rims. wheels,
Ilres Included) cuslom-
Ized stereo system.
$8000 Call 352-235-
* 1611.
LINCOLN TOWNCARS
and parts-90-97 motors.
transmissions. all body
parts Ricks Salvage. US
301N Slarke. 904-964.
5184
1994 GRANDAM, 143,000
miles. runs and looks
greal, auto trans. $1250
OBO Call 352-475-
5232.
WANTED CARS AND
trucks, running or not
Must be complete $100
and up Call 904-966-
2995 or 904-964,-2432.


MECHANICS SPECIAL-2-
1989 white Crown
Vcloria s police inter-
ceptor, 1 bad engine, 1
fuel problem, fix both or
Combine, clear titles.
$395. each or 2 for $600
OBO. Call 904-964-4111.
1987 MERCEDES 300(
,SDL, 6cyl luroo diesel.
grey with lan interior
nign miles, runs great
chrome rims, good tires,
needs paint and AC
work. 'Steal It for $3,950.
Call 904-964-4111.
1977 DATSUN pickup truck
for parts only. $200. Call
352-475-3348.
SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE,
40.000 asking $2000
Call 352-473-0165..'
FOR SALE: Delia Truck
Tool Boxes 1- Aluminum
crossover DOx for lull size


Iruck and 2 inner side
b, oxes 65 $500 00 for
set call 352-475-5232
1993 FORD F-150 XLT,
snort wheel base reg
cat' Power windows,
locks. AC, AMJFM Stereo
Cassette 2 gas tanks,
goose neck receiver in
bed and reese hitch in
rear Overload spnngs
and set up flo lowing
This truck is not ragged
out HasAODIransmis-
sion 5 OL 302 cu in
engine that needs to be
rebuild or replaced. Bad


bearings $1,500 firm
Call 386-496-1215 aher
S6p.m.
43 RV's &
Campers
1987 PACE ARROW
341oot, motor home,
good condition Call for
more deals $10.000.
Call 352-475-3348.
44 Boats &
ATV's
1995 SCOUT 202 Sportfish
boat with Evinrude
Ocean Pro 175HP out-'


board motor. Only 165
hrs on meter, $12,000.
Call 352-475-3348
14' 1987 GLASS
STREAMER, Suzuki
75HP, Iroling molor, ish
finder, galvanized Irailer.
$2900. Call 904-533-
9391 after 6pm
45 Land for
Sale
1 ACRE LOT IN Connerly
Estates, cleared,
$25,000. Firmi Call 904-
364.6900
WATERFRONT LOT.
wooded, 1.25 acres, on


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STri-County Classifieds
Bradford Union Clay
Reach over 20,500
Readers Every Week!

INDEX
40 Notice 57 For Sale
41 Vehicles Accessories 58 Building Matenals
42 Motor Vehicles 59 Personal Services
43 RV's & Campers 60 Secretarial Services
44 Boats 61 Scriptures
45 Land for Sale 62 Vacation/Travel
46 Real Estate Out of Area63 Love Lines ,
47 Commercial Properrn 64 Business Opportunity
Rent, Lease, Sale 65 Help Wanted
48 Homes for Sale 66 Invesiment Opportunity
49 Mobile Homes for Sale 67 Hunting Land for Rent
50 For Rent 68 Carpet Cleaning
51 Lost/Found 69 Food Supplements
52 Animals & Pets 70 Self Storage
53 Yard Sales 72 Sporling Goods
54 Keystone Vard Sales 73 Farm Equlpmenl
55 Wanted 74 Computers & Computer
.56 Trade or Swap ', Accessories

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

To place a Classified :
964-6305 473-2210 496-2261
NOTICE
Classified Advertising should be pad in advance unless credit has already been
tlished with the news A $3.0 service cage il be added o all killing
to cover postage and having. All ads placed by-phone are read back to the
advertiser at te limte of placement. However, he classified staff cannot b held
responsible for nistakies in classified adverisin taken by phone. The newspaper
reserves the ringt to corety classify ad edit all copy or to reject or cancel any
advertisements at any time. Only standard abbevations will be accepted.

READERS BEWARE
You need to investigate any. work at
home and Financial offers. Be careful
and investigate all offers before
sending your hard earned dollars to
these companies. The Telegraph
screens these Ads but cannot always
catch them all. If you have any
questions, call 904-964-6305.


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community. $560/mo. Approx.
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Cl assifie Ad h 1 d i al 964-6305

Classified Ads where one call does it all!473-2210


Noon. Lake Street;
Lawtey. Furniture, boy's
and adult clothes. Lots
of stuff!
YARD AND GARAGE
SALE, Saturday, Sept.
3rd, 8:00a.m. till ? Ev-
etything must go, lots of
items. Drinks will be for
sale to keep you cool!
Cancelled if rains. 515
Altman Road,,Starke.
YARD SALE, Friday and
Saturday, Orangewood
Apartments, #503 (is
Saturday only) and #804
(is Fri & Sat), from 9a
until ?
53B Keystone
SYard Sales
HUGE 2 FAMILY yard
sale, Saturday only Cor-
ner of SW Orange St
and Pecan St.
MOVING SALE! Furniture,
appliances, and many
other items. Saturday
only! 8am to 2pm. 625
SW Cardinal Dr, (in front
of KH Elementary
School).
YARD SALE, 10114 NE
CP- 1469, Earleton, Fl.
Jewelry, clothes, house-
hold items, toys, tools,
fishing items, Saturday
only! 8am to 2pm.
YARD SALE, baby things,
computers, women's
jeans, knick knacks,
bed, clothing. 110
Campbells Lane, corner
of 26 and 21, Thursday
irru Saturday 9a-5p.
FRI ONL'. 8AM TO 2PM,
at Park oft Palms, follow
signs to carpon
54 Produce
-GREEN BQJLING PEA-
NUTS, handpicked,
washed and ready for
Ine pot Deliveries to
some local areas Echo
Produce call 386 45.-
4821.
55 Wanted
WANTED TO BUY Ford
5.0L V8 motor tnal will
interchange in 1993
Ford F150 Will pay lop
dollar Call 386-496-
1215. : -, '
57 For Sale
WASHER/DRYER. elec-
tricigas sloves, $75
each Pine Grove Mein.
odist Church, CR199,
386-431-1940.
ELECTRIC wheel chair
$300; wide lift chair,
$250. Both in excellent
condition 2001 Dodge
Van converted to a
Brauh Entervan (for
Handicapped), 48,000
miles, like new. 352-473-
2241 leave message.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new :ype $100 ,


and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. call 352-37.2-
8588.
BED-KING SIZE Plllowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200,
sacrifice for $1400.352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
$399, King $499.
Memory foam sets as on
TV- too low to advenise
Call 352-473 7173 or
904-964-38,88.
ANTIQUE MAPLE bed-
room suite. Full bed,
highboy, dresser with
mirror, and nightstand
$695. Baby changing


table $20. Call 352-373-
6774.
BUNK BED, single/double
with mattresses $260.
Two couches $300 for
both or $175 each. Call
352-475-1088.
SEARS GARDEN TRAC-
TOR, 22.5hp, 50 inch
deck, needs belt, 10
years old, runs good,
$750 firm. Call 904-368-
6135, leave message.
6 INCH PINE NOVELTY
siding, denailed and bad
spots, cut off, about a
pick up truck full, lots of
3-6 foot pieces, $150
SCall 904-368-8135 leave
message.
REFRIGERATOR,
AMANA, 20 cubic feet,
beige freezer on top,
works fine $100. Call
352-475-5201.
OAK DINING ROOM table
w/5 chairs $100. 2 bak-
ers racks $50, full size
mattress $25, washer
$75. Call 904-364-7026.
CHEAP USED LUMBER,
you tear down and take
apart, 1x4, 2x4,1x6, 2x6.
Call Jack at 904-782-
3383.
58 Child/Adult
Home Care
INFANT CHILDCARE in
my christian home. Any,
days or hours. Close to
prison. Call 904-964-
8888.
CARE GIVER FOR hire.
Licensed CNA will run
errands, do light clean-
ng, Dr appis Reler-
ence ava.i5sle Call RC
or Karen al 352-4"5
1913 or 321-266-7802.
* 59 Personal
Services
SKIPPY CRAWFORD
Constiucion remodel
:ng porches and decks
-ree estimates. Call
904-219-1537.
J &J ENTERPRISES. car-
pet, vinyl, laminate,
wood, ceramic tile, also
home repairs. No job to


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conviction of persons) who

broke into Hayes Electric &

A/C trucks on the .weekend

of August 20.


$1,000 Reward


Call Randy at


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with any information.


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big or small. Licensed
and insured. References
available Call Jeff at
904-612-5456
HANDYMAN, 40 YRS
EXP. references. Re-
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floors, windows, doors,
etc. Fence repair, broken
sidewalks, small con-
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Large or small jobs. Call
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FINISHING TOUCH
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vice, residential and
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386-984-0772.
DEBRIS REMOVAL, pas-
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backhoe work $45 hour.
30 years experience.
Call Lyndel at 904-838-
8069 or 904-782-3897.
BRADFORD HOME repair
and painting. Painting
and home repair special-
ist, license #477. Free
estimates. Call 904-966-
2024.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy). Clark, (904)-


284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates. Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
HOUSEKEEPING, homes
or business, references
available, reasonable
rates. Call Joanne at '
904-235-4299.
KENDO KAN DO, need
something done around
yoru house? Pressure
washing, lawn care,
landscaping, carpentry,
cleaning, house paint-
ing, all sorts of odd jobs.,
Reliable, references pro-


Stump Grinding

Tractor work

Debris Removal .

Driveway f

Repair *


ECONOMY STUMP GRINDING INC.

Gurnte Lowst9ids


James & Lnaa DaIly
Owners & OCperalc.r
Licensed & Insured


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


vided, reasonable rates.
Call 904-964-3704
WE CLEAN HOUSES,
christian husband and
wife team. References
and background check
upon request. Call 386-
623-1020.
62 Vacation/
Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal.
House and dock accom-
modates up to 3 boats,
sleeps 8. Full kitchen,
private. $125/day. Ad-
ditional apt rental with
55 dock, fish cleaning
station, sleeps 6, half-
kitchen. $95/day. Addi-
tional rentals. Call Tina
at 352-498-5768.
65 Help
Wanted
LINE COOKS, Full & part
time, good pay & ben-
efits with experience.
Apply in person at
Johnnys Bar-B-Q, 7411
SR 21, Keystone, 352-
473-4445.
THREE FULLTIME POSI-
TIONS, cook, floater,
and kitchen utility/dish-

Newline Transport
IS SEEKING A
COMPANY
DRIVER


Experienced driver
with a good MVR.
Competitive salary
& Beneftis
package.


E.O.E.


New Line
Transport
1-888-714-0056


We're continuing to grow and in need of
qualified people to work at our Lake Butler
facility. Good benefits, pay based on.
experience. Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th
St. in Lake Butler or call 1-800-808-3052.


PRITCHETT TRUCKING


IH AC


Experienced Helpers &
A/C Mechanics for .

Residential / Commercial.

Call

904-964-2241 or

1-800-596-2322,


nrealit corn Call for Free
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GEORGIA Beauty! New
home in Ballground,
Governor's Preserve,
4,416 Sq.'Ft. Brick &
Frame, 2 cr garage 4
BR, 3-1/2 baihs. cusirom
cabineia ranitle
counlenrops. anlnd m.'
cusicom design bar. ne%
Irom f'amil, room 9
ceiling in Living Ro.om
hardwood floor. lacked
sione fireplace to ceiling.
large deck, full basemem.
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or (954)661-65,'-
LAKEVIE V
MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY,-3.13 Acres
$57,990. Spectacular
property offering
breathtaking lake and
mountain views. Located
20 minutes from Helena,
Montana at Canyon
Ferry Lake. Sr.ii' leled
utilities, read) 10 build
on. Call owner at
(888)770-2240.


FLORIDA LAND
BARGAINS! 10 to 40
Acres, SIiii ing ait
$79 900. GR NND
OPENING i 2--25!
Beautiful ranch
properties convenient to
uff of Mexico! Easy
access, utilities &
excellent financing.


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NORTH CAROLINA
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mountain top view.
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COMMUNITY New
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washer position. Good
working conditions and
excellent benefits. Apply
Penney Retirement
Community. 800-638-
3138 or 904-284-8200.
DFWP & EOE.
GET YOUR CLASS B-
CDL, for only $250. We
train, 800-291-0412.
DOCS BUSINESS interi-
ors and office supplies
needs a part time office
assistant for, new loca-
tion close to Starke and
Lake Butler. Computer
experience required.
Flexible hours and com-
petitive wages. Fax re-
sume to 352-378-1596.
SCHOOL STUDENT
trainer for Sunshine In-


dustries. Trainer for high
school students enrolled.
at Sunshine Industries.
Training consists for job
readiness skills, inter-
personal skills and as-
sistance with job place-
ment. Prefer experience
with woodworking equip-
ment. Must work in un-
air-conditioned environ-
ment. Hours are 8-2:30
pm, Monday thru Friday.
Full beneftis. Must have
two years of experience
and lift at least 501bs.
Background and drug
test required. Apply at
1351 S Water St, Starke,
Fl 32091,904-964-7699.
BRADFORD COUNTY IS
seeking a full-time office
manager. Computer


skills, type 35 correct
words a minute; valid
Florida Drivers License
and an ability to work
well with the public, are
required. Must pass a
drug test, background
check and credit check.
Applicants must apply at
the Alachua Bradford
Career Center, 609 N
Orange St, Starke, 904-
964-8092. Applications
will be accepted until
September 8, 2005.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing, concrete/
block, plumbing, electri-
cal & siding) must have


J & R Overhead

Wood Truss & Metal Roof Manufacturer
is hiring for the following positions:

TRUSS PLANT OPERATORS
Experience is a PLUS!

OFFICE ASSISTANT
Good organization and customer skills
FULL TIME WITH GOOD BENEFITS!


Apply in person at 7061 Hwy. 21 N, Keystone Heights
Telephone: (352) 473-7417


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OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Go through Home several times most weeks.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching
that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
our location here in Starke. Vacation pay, Safety
Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year
,-. bonus, and driver recruitment bonuses. Blue
Cross Blue Shield medical and dental insurance.
Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
record.
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12 acre pond in Key-
stone Heights. $35,000.
Call 352-473-8966.
WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
webuyjunkyhouses.com.

47 Commercial
Property
STARTER CHURCH, for
sale/lease, off of SR100,
Florahome. Call Richard
at 800-400-5505.
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice, bam, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional office's for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and
more provided. Call 904-
964-2616.


48 Homes for
Sale

$1000 TO CLOSE, $676
per month. Starke, 3/2
comer lot, like new. Call
toll free 1-866-869-5766
ext 108 for detailsor
w w w c f I -
realestatesolutions.com
OWNER FINANCING
Brand new construction,
site built home, 3BR/
2BA, large wooded 2/3
acre lot, Keystone
Heights area. $1995
down. Call 352-258-
0865.
4BR/3BA HOUSE, ON 1
acre in Raiford, over
3000 sq ft. $165,000.
OBO. Some owner fi-
nancing possible. Call
386-431-1714.
INVESTOR SPECIAL! Vic-
torian home on B-2 lot, 2
story, needs renovation.
Reduced to $65,500!
Call 904-964-4111.





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35-43-88


49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
FOR SALE BYowner, 3BR/
2BA DWon 1 & 1/3 acre,
extra nice, fireplace,
Worthington Springs.
$59,900. Call 904-591-
2916 cell or 904-653-
1656 ask for Terry.
OWNER FINANCE 2BR/
1BA 1/3 acre, Keystone
Heights Area $995 down.
Call 352-258-0865.
WATERFRONT, BRAND
NEW, 3BR/2BA 2150 sq
ft, site built home, on 2/3
acre with paved roads,
$154,900. Call 352-692-
4343.
WATERFRONT,. BRAND
NEW, 3BR/2BA 2150 sq
ft, site built home, on 2/3
acre with paved roads,
$154,900. Call 352-692-
4343.
2001 28X80, DW, 3BR/
2BA, very well kept. Must
be moved. Call for.more
information 386-758-
6747.
FOR SALE 27.85 ACRES,
fenced, 3BR/2BA,
DWMH, 4 stalls, 2 bldgs,
shed, secluded. Located
off of East CR 125,
23364 NE 6th Ave.,
Lawtey. $325,000. Call
904-782-1347.
4BR/2BA, 1.5ACRES,
Keystone, Big .Tree Es-
tates, beautiful live oaks.
Owner finance' $5k
down, $600 month. Call
352-468-1078 or 352-
745-1841.
GREAT 3BR/2BA, DW,
with large yard, only
$66,900. Bright and
sunny, w/ new deck, only
minutes to Starke, on
301, near CR227. Call
Marion Mark at Watson
Realty 352-317-7517.
SAY GOODBYE TO your
landlord Possible "0"
down on land-home
packages. Call John for
details at 904-964-1462.
PAST CREDIT PROB-
LEMS? All credit applica-
tions accepted. Let us
find a solution for you.
Expert lending Co-
ordinater on site. Own
your dream home. Call
John at Sunshine Home
Center for details at 904-
964-1462.
4BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE,
1609 sq ft, great home,


only (1) at 2005 price.
Call Brenda at 904-964-
1817.
3BR/2BA, SW, 1116SQ FT,
2006 home priced to
move on your land. Call
Brenda at 904-964-1817.
50 For Rent
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new construction, site
built home, 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot, Keystone Heights
area. $1995 down. Call
352-258-0865.
SECLUDED LOT FOR
CAMPER, for rent. Well,
septic, and power pole
for electric in country.
Call after 7pm, 352-468-
2644.
BIG LAKE SANTA FE, at-
tractive 5 room apart-
ment, quiet, 120 ft pier
and picnic deck, $525
month. Call 352-475-
5832.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid
Central location. Ideal for
senior citizens with 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$105-$115./wk. Room
without bath, $90. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!.
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across


from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site,
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2/BR, CH/
A. $450 month, 1st, last,
and security deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
ON LAKE GENEVA, Newly
decorated, unfurnished
studio apartment. Dock
and laundry facilities
available, $375 per
month $375 deposit. Call
352-473-2919.
HOUSE FOR RENT IN
Starke, 1400 sq ft, 3BR/
1 BA, W/W carpet, central
heat pump, AC, appli-
ances, washer & dryer
hookups, carport, fenced
yard, near schools, No '


U904)644001


pets. Taking applications,
unit available Oct 01,
2005. $750 month plus
security, references. Call
904-964-8786.
NEW MOBILE HOME for
rent, very nice, 3BR/2BA,
pest control and lawn
service. $625/month, first
and last plus $300 de-
posit. Cell 352-745-2506
or home 904-964-3359.
WATER FRONT, 2BR/
2BA, CH/A, very clean,
washer/dryer hookup,
$410 plus security de-
posit. Call 904-368-
0832.
HAMPTON LAKE 2 bed-
room, completely fur-
nished MH. $450/month
includes electricity, CH/
A, porch. Call 352-473-
8981.
DOUBLEWIDE MH, 3BD/
2BA, fenced yard, screen
porch, no pets, extra
clean. 3 miles south of
Starke. $550/month plus
deposit. 352-468-2674.
LARGE 2BR, upstairs
apartment for rent. Lo-
cated '3 miles north of
Starke on Hwy 301. No
pets. $500/month plus
deposit. Call 904-964-
.5855. 1
PINE FOREST APART-
MENTS, 3 Bedrooms
starting' @-$371/mo., 2
Bedrooms starting
@$351/mo. Office open
Monday thru Friday from
9a-12noon and lp-5p.
Call 904-964-6312.


SAMPSON LAKE FRONT,
3/2 deck, dock, canal,-
washer & dryer hook
ups, boat slip, secluded.
All new inside. $1200
month. Call 904-964-
4005.
2BR/1.5BA, SWMH, with
large screened patio.
Bolt/Silver lake area. No
pets. $400 month. Call
386-867-1948.
TRAILER IN COUNTRY,
small but nice, newly re-
modeled, 2BR/1BA, ac,
mini blinds throughout,
wood deck, quiet area,
SE 49th Ave, Starke,
$375 month plus de-
posit. Call 352-468-
1093.
2BR/1BA HOUSE ON 1/2
acre in Starke, AC, new
paint and carpet, car-
port, indoor laundry, wa-
ter softner. $500 month.
Call 904-514-9232.
3BR/2BA MH ON 1/2 acre,
CH/A, in door laundry
hookups, $550 month.
Call 904-514-9232.
2BR/1.5BA, MH, $425 pe.r
month. A security de-
posit plus first and last
months rent is required.
Call 904-964-8431 or
352-745-1189.
COUNTRY LIVING, nice
2BR/1.5BA, MH (off of
R16 towards prison)
board fenced on 1 acre,
CH/A, double carport,


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front porch & back deck,
overlooking pond, $450
month, 1 yr lease, $450
deposit, refundable,
904-964-5079 or cell at
904-637-9374.
51 Lost/Found
LITTLE BLACK DOG,
151b. female. Last seen
with red collar near
Madison Street Baptist
Church. Please call
904-588-5755.
LOST- REWARD Black
lab, male, meutered,
short/stocky. Missing be-
tween SR 16 and BHS
area. Missing since 08/
25/05. Family pet, any
info, please call 904-
964-7162.
52 Animals &
Pets
6 MONTH OLD Boston
Terrier puppy, female,
playful and sweet. Reg-
istered, $400. Call 352-
373-9744.
MINIATURE SCHNAU-
ZER PUPPIES, male/fe-
male, salt and pepper,
have shots and health
certificates. $400,
Kingsley Lake 904-505-
8085.
REGISTERED REDBONE
PUPPIES. Call 904-
964-2793.
BEAUTIFUL GERMAN
SHEPHERD puppies.


Free to a good home!
Ready to gol Call 904-
964-3520.
LHASA-APSO PUPPIES,
born 07/22/05. One
chocolate party color,
one black with white tips.
Parents on premises.
$275 each, taking de-
posits. Call 904-964-
4954 or cell at 352-745-
1231. '
53A Starke
Yard Sales
PINE GROVE CONGRE-
GATIONAL Methodist
Church, annual garage
sale, Thursday thru Sat-
urday, Aug 25-27 AND
Sept 1-3, 7am to 6pm,
.CR199, Raiford, Fl. Look
for signs. Behind Prison.
Lots of good stuff. Appli-
ances, electric & gas
stoves, washer/ dryers,
fumiture, books, clothes,
household goods and
more. Early, birds wel-
come' 386.431-1940
ANGELA'S EVERYTHING
STORE Delier man a
yard sale. Tpis week's
specials: Living room
sets from $75, dinettes
from $35, complete
queen all wood bedroom
set $295 Dunkbeaso in
manres-es. ONLY i.150,
'king Ded a frame $150,
DVD's and VHS movies
for only $1 to $4, guitars


from only $29. Lots more
great stuff!!! With this ad
10-50% off everything in
the store! 1640-A South
Hwy 301, Starke, FL
(across from KOA Camp
Ground) 10:00 8:00 M-
F, Sat. 8:00 2:00. 904-
368-0065.
GARAGE SALE, Saturday
from 8a -4pat 1218 East
Call Street, Starke.
53A '
LARGE YARD SALE,
rocking recliner, lots of
household goods, nick
nacs and clothes. Whis-
pering Oaks apartments,
turn left, Apt#2106, 2000
Alison Way, Saturday 8a
-4p. 53A
YARD SALE, corelle
dishes, clothes, kids
things. 1002 North Clark
Street. Saturday 9a un-
til 53A
YARD SALE, Saturday 9a-
3p at 711 Glendale
Street. 53A
YARD SALE, GRIFFIS
7 LOOP, bdwflex, com-
puter, c-lothes, toys;
misc. household items at
12957 SE CR 100a, Sat-
urday 9a-3p. 53A
ESTATE SALE, Saturday
only, 8a until ? 560
Weldon Street, 4.iJlocks
from 301 off Hwy 16
West.
YARD SALE, Thursday,
Sept. 1st from 8a til


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STARKE CITY LOT REALTY
Large city lot (162'x136')
adjacent to Courthouse. Zoned -415 East Call Street
for attorney office, title Starke, FL
company, insurance office, real
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any purchase over $25

West SR-100
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922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
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Office Open: Monda) Frida) 8:0to0 4:30 p.m.
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258-0865.
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CIAN, Bradford C
Bradford County
cepting application
full time Mainte
Technician. The Iv
nance Techniciar
be required to p
skilled and tec
work, in the reno
alteration, and n
nance of County n
pal buildings. W
and coordinate co
cial construction p
to ensure that go
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prescribed time
with funding para
and in use of reg
guidelines and c
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nance and rep
buildings, or plur
mechanical need,
todial work, and
work as required
cilities Maintenan
apartment. The mir
qualifications ir
five (5) years e
ence. Salary ra
negotiable comn
rate with expert
.Applications ai
sumes may be tu
or mailed to the C
the Court, ATTN:
tenance Supervis
Drawer B, 945 N.
Ave., Starke, FI
The deadline for a
ing applications is
day, September 6
at 4:00,pm. App
forms are availa
the Clerk of the
office located
Bradford County
house, and v
county websi
www.bradfor
fla.org. The Cou
serves the right t
any and all applic
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ployer.
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ler, 2-6pm, M-F.
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all 352- Penney Retirement
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ng. Call Diane Lutzen at 904-
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS-
TANT immediate open-
ing, bookkeeping expe-
rience needed, com-
puter skills a must, da-
tabase experience a
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perience. Insurance,
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904-964-7535.
CONSTRUCTION FRAM-
ERS and helpers
needed. Experienced.
Please call 352-494-
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NEEDED, 1 or2 months
exp preferred, but will
train a reliable hard
worker. Call Larry at
352-473-2542.


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available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator 2
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
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position available, 40 hr
min per week. Apply at
Gator II Farm Supply.
South of Starke on Hwy -
301. HS Diploma re-
quired.
DUCT MECHANIC-
NEEDED. Must have
experience. Must be
able to pass background
check and drug test.
Must have valid drivers
license. Please apply in
person at Touchstone
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SE 3rdAve, Lake Butler,
Fl 32054.
CONSTRUCTION experi-
enced framers and help-
ers needed. Please call
352-494-3776.
STARKE COMPANY
needs drivers.We have a
position in our small
Company that requires a
driver with a minimum of
a CDL "B" with Hazmat
endorsement. We offer


good starting wages,
benefits, and an exciting
opportunity. If you are
ambitious, are looking
for a job with a future and
are tired-of commuting
please fax your resume
today to 800-524-9315.
TECHNICIAN ASSIS-
TANT: Shop and field
helper, one-ton truck
drivertowing utility trailer
over Eastern US. To
assist Field Technicians


collecting pollution
samples from smoke
stacks. Cannot be afraid
of heights, some heavy
lifting, work outdoors,
climb stairs and ladders.
Frequent travel and
overtime required. Work
in the shop when not in.
the field. Pass drug
screen. Contact Ambi-
ent Air Services, Inc.
904-964-8440, Starke,
FL.


311 N Temple, Starke.
NO PHONE CALLS!
PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS needed for fast
paced growing com-
pany, apply in person
9am to 4pm,Mon-Fri @
10858 SE SR 221,
Hampton. Call for direc-
tions 352-468-2455.
COUNTER/CUSTOMER
service position. Must be
bondable with good at-
tendance and punctual-
ity records. Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 N
Temple, Starke. NO
PHONE CALLS!
TIRED OF COMMUTING
to Gainesville or Jack-
sonville? Professional
Environmental Consult-
ant seeks an office as-
sistant. Must have word
processing experience,
organizational skills,
document preparation,
and some knowledge of
excel and accoOnting
software required.
Pleasant work environ-
ment. Salary based on
experience, ($10 to $13/
hr). Typing test will be
required. Please fax or
send resume to: AASI,
106 Ambient Airway,
Starke, Fl 32091. 904-
964-6675.


SHOP HELP NEEDED, full
time 40 hours week. Ap-
ply in person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
SURVEY CREW CHIEF
for land survey business.
Must have 5 years expe-
rience. Call 904-964-
6708.
WELDER, EXPERI-
ENCED MIG/TIG, steel
& aluminum for fabrica-
tion shop in Keystone
Heights. Mon Thurs
7am to 3:30pm, Fri
6:30am to 3:30pm. Ex-
cellent benefits, Drug
Free Workplace. 352-
473-4984.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-.
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619. 't
DRIVER NEEDED WITH
class B license & good
driving record for in state
deliveries. Full time. Ex-
cellent benefits, Drug
Free Workplace. 352-
473-4984.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
mowing, trimming, gen-
eral outdoor cleanup.
Full time. Excellent ben-
efits, Drug Free Work-
place. 352-473-4984:.


APT MAINTENANCE,
Part-time maint. person
needed for local apt.
complex. Must be reli-
able and familiar with all
phases of apt turn,
plumbing and electrical.
Send resume or letter of
interest to 7865
Southside Blvd., Jack-
sonville, FL 32256 or fax
904-642-0972. EOE
HEAVY TRUCK TECH,
full-time. Must have ex-
perience and own tools.
Apply in person to Mid
State Power Systems @
10065 US 301 South,
Hampton, FL 32044,
between 9a & 4p. 352-
468-1644, Fax 352-468-
1845. -
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early morning newspa-
per route in Florahome
and Grandin. Must have
dependable transporta-
tion, cash bond and tele-
phone. Call 904-964-
5165 or 1-888-810-
4524.
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transport MH and/or ser-
vice setup truck. Call
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CRI M E:


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.

Traffic

.Jerrod Alan Perry, 21, of
Graham was arrested Aug. 27
by Sgt. Konkel for DUI.
Perr's blood-alcohol level was-
.16 percent when his vehicle
was stopped on U.S 301 at
4.05 a.m. A surety bond %was
posted for his release.

Garnet Mec Shaw. 28, of
Jackson ille was arrested Aug.
28 by Deputy Moore for DU1.
Her blood-alcohol level was .10
percent when her 1997 Ford
SLUV was stopped on S R. 16
at 1:52 a.m. A $1.000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Edoardo Todaro. 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 24 by Clay Deputy Renee
Scucci for DUi and operating
without a license. Todaro's
vehiclee was stopped on S.R. 21
for speeding He failed testing
and was placed under arrest. His
blood-alcohol level was .12
percent. Deputy Scucci said.

Shawn Michael Gibson, 21,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Aug. 27 by Bradford Deputy
Drew Moore for DLIi and
DWLS. Gibson's blood-alcohol
le\el was .13 percent when his
1995 Ford was stopped at 1:55
a.m. He was additional,
charged on warrants w ith
violation of probation DWLS
and failure to appear D\\L.S.
Bond %was set at $5,000.

Stuart A. Barnes. 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 27 by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper J.W. Barry for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS), habitual
offender and giving false name.
Barnes gave two names and a
date of birth (other than his
own).to the,trooper.. His 1982
NMercury was stopped at II
Sp.m. for running the stop sign
, on C.R. 21B and S.R. 21.
Bond %was set at $5,000

Steven J. Allen. 29, of
Jacksonville was arrested Aug.
25 by Starke Officer S.E.
Swain for no valid driver's
license (NVDL) and giving a
false name to law enforcement
officer. During a traffic stop.
Allen first gave the name of
William. but would not give
his social security number.
Officer Swain said. A $500
cash bond was posted for his
release from custody.

Roberto Chavez. 44. ol
Hampton was arrested Aug. 25
by Clay deputies for NVDL.

Thomas Allen, 30, of
Kissimmee was arrested Aug.
24 by Officer Hooper for
NVDL. Allen has never had a
license. Officer Hooper said.
Bond was set at $500.
Ricky Strowbridge, 40, of
Wadley, Ga. was arrested Aug.
26 by Officer Lowerv for
DWLS. He was released after a
$500 surety bond was posted.

Jimmie Abel Romero, 27, of
Jacksonville was arrested Aug.
26 by Starke Officer William
Murray for DWLS. A $500
cash bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Paul Williams, 45, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 22 by Officer
Murrow for failure to appear
DWLS. Bond was set at $205.
v He was released Aug. 24.

Nicole Lynn Baker, 24, of
Hamoton was arrested Aug. 22
by OTficer Lowery for DWLS.

Charlie Lee Jonas, 18. of
Starke was arrested Aug 26 by
Bradford Deputy Scott Konkel
for D\VLS. He was additionally
charged by Bradford Deputy
Drew Moore on a capias for
failure to appear DWLS and
grand theft auto. Total bond
was set at $17,000.


warrants from Bradford for
failure to appear petit theft and
NVDL. Total bond was set at
$5,500.
Susan Smith, 40, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 23 by Officer
Murrow for failure to appear
possession of drug
paraphernalia and DWLS. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Willie Smith, 34, of Riviera
Beach was arrested Aug. 23 for
failure to appear DWLS. Bond
was set at $2.000. He was
released on his own
recognizance by Judge Hobbs.

r


Johnny King, 36, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 23 by
Deputy Konkel for failure to
appear NVDL. He was released
from custody after a $2,000
surety bond was posted.

Robert Hesters, 33, of'
Melrose was arrested Aug. 24
for failure to appear DWLS. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

James Garland, 21, of Lake
Butler was arrested Aug. 24 by
Deputy Williams for violation,
of probation failure to appear
DWLS. Bond was set at


$5,000. He was released on his
own recognizance by Judge
Hobbs.

Kristopher Williams, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested Aug.
23 by Bradford Deputy Josh
Luke on a warrant for failure to
appear DUI, DWLS and
displaying another person
license. Bond was set at
$5,000. -
Carl Ashley Rowe, 23, of
Hampton was arrested Aug. ,24
by Bradford Investigator M.L.
McKenzie on a capias for
violation of probation NVDL,


A $5,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.

Ted Bernard Curtis Jr., 48, of
Hampton was arrested Aug. 26
by 'Officer Murrow for failure
to appear DUI (two charges)
and willfully causing pollution..
Total bond-was set at $13,000.


FHP

checkpoint
locations


for September
Bradford County.
SR-230 east of Starke, CR-
10A east of. Starke, CR-231
in Broker, CR-225 west of
Lawtey, CR-225 at CR-227,
CR-229 north-... of Starke,
Speedville Road, CR-221 in
Hampton, SW 75th Ave,-west
of Starke. CR-18 at CR-221,
CR-18 in Hampton, CR-225
east of Lawtey, CR-225 at CR-
229, SR-16 west of Starke,
Market Road north of Starke,
CR-18 west of Hampton, SR-
227.


Harold Sherrill, 52., of
Middleburg was arrested Aug.
22 by Bradford Deputy Charlie
Williams for felony DWLS and
wilful-wanton reckless driving.
Bond was set at $50,000,
Sherrill was transported to the
Department of Corrections.

Kimberly Conner, 32,, of
Melrose was arrested Aug. 22
b\ Putnam deputies on


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Section C: Thursday, September 1, 2005 Telegraph Times Monitor




Growth just one factor in rising property values in BC


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Traffic on U.S. 301 suggests
'more and more people pass
through Bradford County on
their way to somewhere else,
but more and more people are
also choosing to stop in the
county and make their homes
there, which is one of the
factors that has led to the
increase of both property and
home values.
Tom Smith, owner of
Coldwell Banker Smith and
Smith Realty, said there was a
time when it was unusual to
have a house sell for $100.000,
in Bradford County. Now, he
says it's not unusual to see
houses going anywhere from
-$200,000 to $300,000.
"In general, I'd say the
-prices in the last five years
.have probably gone up, on
.average, about 10 percent a
year," Smith said.
Smith said he has seen a big
jump in raw -land values,
especially in the last 18
months. A piece of land that
may have sold for $2,500-
$3,000 an acre a couple of
years ago can now go for
$7,500-$ 10,000 an acre.
One factor that has
contributed to those increases
is the influx of people moving
into the county. Smith said
many people from south
Florida, after last year's
hurricanes, have been looking
for another area of the state to
move to.
"(Those people) still want to
be in Florida, but they don't
necessarily want to be in south
Florida," Smith said. "We're
seeing a lot of people from
south Florida coming up this


way." Florida continues to attract South Floridians are not people. Fl
Jimmy Alvarez, Bradford people from out of state. necessarily looking at just any "This is hard to believe, but
County ..property appraiser, "Florida's beginning to fill place in Florida to relocate to.. we've had brokers tell our th(
said south FloridIirsargaiso ..-up-and.they're beginning to Smith said Bradford County, .agents on two different to
looking for less crowded areas look at areas lie ~ours-to---froi-what Jie's heard, is a occasions that Bradford
of the state'to move to as south relocate to," Alvarez said. specific destinat -thse County is the talk of south


orida," Smith said.
There are several factors,
ough, that have contributed
the increase in property and
See GROWTH, p. 5C


EDMPLOYEEDPRICING[


o.. t .


Lake Region

property has---

appreciated

since 2000


By JAMES WILLIAMS
LRM Editor

How much have property
values appreciated since 2000?
To answer the question, the
Clay County Property
Assessor's office provided
information to deri.e the
steady increase in assessed
property values in Keystone
and Clay County. -
Dean Weaver of Watson
Realty provided a small,
random sample of properties
resold by Watson on two or
more occasions within the last
five years. This gave a rough
approximation of the increase
in market price-not the
assessed value-in percentage
and in dollars.
The Real Estate Multiple
Listing Network Web site.
maintained by Lloyd Green
and participating real estate
brokers listed all properties for
sale at a given moment by the
member brokers. While the
MLN Web site does not
.. provide historical information.
like the Watson Realty figures
did, it showed a general
approximation of market
values of various types of
properties today.
The data provided by Roger
Suggs of the County Tax
Assessor's office showed that
Keystone's real property
values increased by 45 percent
since 2000, with tangible
property values declining at -2
percent.
According to the appraiser's
figures, the two values
combined left a 36 percent
increase of Keystone's
property values from 2000 to
2005. These figures are not
adjusted for the rate of
inflation which is tied, in turn.
to increases in the consumer
price index.
Comparable data for all of
Clay County showed assessed
real property values had risen
by 81 percent countywide in
the last five years. The
county's tangible property
values had risen by 10 percent
during the same period, with a
combined total increase of 72
percent since 2000.
Did Keystone play a larger

See KEYSTONE, p. 7C


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BC woman uses boundless energy to help victims.


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer

Energy. Ask anyone who
knows her and they will tell
you Nancy Alvarez has plenty
-. of it-and she prefers to
expend it helping other
.people.
She was born and raised in
Bradford County and has never
.. --lived anywhere else for more
than a few months. Through
the years, she has been
involved in so many projects
and programs that it would be
S-impossible to name them all;-
but in recent years her efforts
have been aimed mainly at
assisting crime victims.
Alvarez was appointed as
the crime victims' advocate for
the Bradford State Attorney's
Office in April of .this year,'
but she has been an advocate
for crime victims for many
years--she just never got paid
for it before.
She worked for a number of
years in a clerical position
with the Department .of.
Children and Families. She
was not an investigator or a
caseworker, but she saw the
families come into the office
and knew they had needs,
some of which DCF could
meet and some it could not.
Alvarez was an outspoken
advocate for the families who
came into the office. She said
she realized the caseworkers
had to adhere to department
guidelines and had to be very
U"politically correct," so there
Were limits to what'they could
do to help the families.
If a family had needs DCF
could not really meet, Alvarez
did not hesitate to put them in
touch with some other
organization or group who
might be able to meet those
needs. She would even use
church and other contacts of
her own to help meet the
needs of the families who
came in. Even s.o, not every
need could be met.
"There were days when I
just went home and cried and
cried," she said. "No one at the
-office knew that I went home
and cried, but there were times
when I thought that I just
couldn't go back and see
people ith such needs. I
S-."a.lwa-s did, though. I always
went back."
In 1998, the Bradford
County Domestic Violence
'. Task Force was formed with
'he idea of+ bringing together
representatives of all the
agencies andda organizations
who could assist domestic
violence victimss in any way.
The task force asked DCF for
a representative and her boss
asked Alvarez to go.
"I initially went just
because mi boss said so," said
Alvarez, "but I thought it was
a great idea, so I got really
involved."


Nancy Alvarez holds up one of several T-shirts
designed by local domestic violence victims. The
victims were trying to describe how they felt about
domestic violence. '


The task force was designed -
to do on a larger scale what
Alvarez had been doing on a
small scale for several years.
The group provided for a
cooperation between all the
groups that were involved
with domestic violence
victims, from law enforcement
to counselors, to shelters, to
job placement programs.
Locally, the group also
raised funds to provide for
education programs aimed at
helping to prevent domestic
violence. Funds were also used
to assist local victims in
getting out of abusive
situations.
Alvarez has worked with the
task force since 1998 and has


served the group as chairman
more than once.
"No one wants to admit that
domestic violence happens in
their area," said Alvarez. "'If
they do know it happens, then
they think law enforcement or
someone else needs to take
care of it. People don't see
domestic violence that
happens to other people as
something they need to get
involved in."
Alvarez said people judge
others based on their own
experiences. "Not everyone
has a perfect, wonderful life."
she said. "There are a lot of
issues out there. If you're not
involved in other people's
lives, you go around thinking


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that everyone lives pretty
much like you do. They don't.
Not every parent is like June
and Ward Cleaver."
Alvarez defines the task
force as a "bunch of people
who try to help victims." Her
dedicated work as one of that
"bunch" brought her to the
attention of the state attorney's
office when it was searching
for a new victim advocate.
-Alvarez took the job and said
she loves it. She is now
working full time to help
victims of all types of crime
in addition to continuing to
serve as a volunteer on the
task force.
"I can now do what I always
w--anted to do at DCF.., and I
-get paid for it," she said."
The SAs- victim advocate
helps -crime victims through
the court process. "I explain
-what is happening each step of
the way and explain their role
in what is happening," said
Alvarez. "Some crime victims
come in here and don't have a
clue as to what is going to
happen. They're scared to
death."
She said she explains things
.and lets them know they have
nothing to fear. "They're the
victims. -They haven't done
anything wrong," she said.
Alvarez said she is
-particularly proud of .Project
Payback, which is sponsored
by the state attorney's-office.
Every time a person is found
guilty of a crime, $50 .of the
court costs go into a crime
compensation fund that is
aimed at helping victims of
crime.
Part of that money funds
Project Payback. When
juveniles are found guilty of
crimes and ordered to pay
restitution to the victim, it is
often the parents who actually
pay the bill.
"The parents didn't cause
that %ictim's loss, the young
person did." said Alvarez. ]f
that young person is of legal
working age, he or she can get
a job and earn the money to
pay the victim back, but a
young person under 16 carnt
do that.
Project Payback works. with
juveniles who are -under 16.
SFor example, a 10-year-old


who vandalizes a .home can
work for nonprofit
organizations, churches and
governmental agencies doing
community service activities.
Project Payback pays
minimum wage for the
community service hours, but
not to the 10-year-old-to the
victim of the his or her crime.
"It's a. win-win situation.
The victim gets the money
back for the loss the juvenile
caused, the juvenile learns to
take responsibility for his own
actions and the church or
nonprofit organization gets the
assistance it needs," .said
Alvarez.
- in addition to working hard
as an advocate for victims of
domestic violence and other"
crimes, Alvarez serves on the
board of directors'for the State
Housing -Initiative Program
(SHIP); which provides decent
homes for. low-income people.
She is active with the
Salvation Army and is also
very active in her church, the
Sampson City Church of God.
Alvarez also discovered a'
love of acting when she
auditioned for a local theater
group in 2000. She has
appeared in every production
the Lake Region Community


Theatre has put on since that
time, including "A Christmas
Carol", "The Christmas
Chair", "Murder on Center
Stage", "Good Night
Caroline", "Home at Six",
"The Kentucky Marriage
Proposal" and other
productions.
She is also currently:
rehearsing for the group's
upcoming production, "Magic'
Bubble".
The theater is important to
Alvarez. She said the
experience, of seeing a play on
a stage is special. "If you see a
movie, then you've seen a
movie. If you see a play, then
you've livedLan experience,"'
she said.
Being involved in the'
theater, the church and all the,'
other activities she finds time'
for requires a lot of that energy:
Alvarez seems to have.
"It just struck me one day to,*
go to the auditions; I thought'
it should be fun and I like to
stay busy," she said. Anyone
who knows her can tell'you
that is a big understatement.
"Some days I go home so
tired, but it all just fills me
up," she said. "It's fun and
you only go around once, so
you may as well have fun
doing it."


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Field conditions put halt to Union-Madison matchup


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

The first game of the season
for the Union County Tigers is
now in the record
books-well, not. really, with
the reason being that the game
was called after severe weather
sent both teams into the locker
rooms with the visiting
Madison County Cowboys
leading 17-14.
Lightning in the area had
school officials and the
officiating crew worried about
the safety of all involved. With
7:20 left in the second quarter,
everyone was asked to seek
shelter until the storm had
passed.
As the storm cell sat over
Tiger Stadium the clouds
opened and deluged the field
with massive amounts of


water. When the storm
subsided, officials inspected
the field and declared it unsafe
to play on. The field was
already wet from rains earlier
in the day.
According to the National
Weather Service, a line of
showers that had moved
through the area just three
hours before kickoff had
dumped more than an inch of
rain on the area. In the interest
of safety, officials called the
contest and said it would not
count.
While both coaches were
visibly disappointed with the
cancellation, each understood
the reasoning behind it.
"The referee said if this Was
a district game we might get
after it after another half an
hour, but it's not so he said
there was really no use,"
Union County head coach


Buddy Nobles said. "The
earlier storms did not help."
The only effect the game
will have on either team is on
statistics. The Tigers' statistics.
won't show that C.J. Spiller
dashed 65 yards on the game's
opening play for a touchdown.
They also won't reflect the 40-
yard pass Spiller caught from
Austen Roberts for a
touchdown.
Spiller had more than 130
all-purpose yards before the
contest was cancelled.
While the statistics won't
show how well the offense
performed, they also won't


show how many yards the
defense gave up, either. The
Cowboys were able to move
the ball 182 yards in the short
time the teams had to play-it
averaged out to more than 9
yards per carry.
"They took it to us on the
fronts," Nobles said, referring
to the fact that the Cowboys
controlled both the offensive
and. defensive lines of the
Tigers. Spiller's two key plays
kept the ballgame close.
The Cowboys scored
touchdowns on a 2-yard run by
Harry Reddick and a I-yard
quarterback keeper by Fred


Johnson. Leo Ballera's 37-yard
field goal gave the Cowboys a
17-14 lead. It also turned out
to be the final play of the
contest.
The only consolation the
defense could find was that it
was matched up with a potent
Cowboys team. Madison-
County went 11-1 last season,
and finished as Class 2A state
runner-up. The Cowboys
defeated Bradford for a shot at
the 2A title.
Friday night's rain was not
the only dampening the Tigers
received this week. The team.
learned that senior starting


linebacker Austin Emery will
be lost for the entire season
. due to a shoulder injury.` It is
unclear if he will be able to
return if the Tigers find
themselves in the playoffs.
With all the rain came one
glimmer of sunshine this week.
Depending on doctors'
recommendations, senior
offensive lineman Darin
Hendricks could see action
against the South Sumter
Raiders this Friday night.
Hendricks injured his knee
prior to the start of the season
and was thought to be lost for
the season.


Tigers travel to play South Sumter


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


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HEARING CONCERNING A VARIANCE AS PROVIDED Madison County in the season against
VARIANCE AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE BRADFORD opener last week that was be op(
FOR IN THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND cancelled due to the weather, was h
COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT will present the Tigers with a score
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'BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF BRADFORD Bushnell South Sumter, and ]
.ADJUSTMENT OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA; NOTICE IS another Class 2A power, will avera{
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-HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuantto the Bradford County Land Development e SouthSumterwhich ame
"-'Bradford County Land Development Regulations, as amended, hereinafter Sept. 2. South Sumter, which game
-Regulations, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Land Development breezed through the regular anothi
-,referred to as the Land Development Regulations, objections, season last year before losing stretch
"Regulations, objections, recommendations and comments in the first round of the season
'recommendations and comments concerning a valance, as described
-concerning a variance, as described below. ill be heard by the Board of playoffs, is coming off of a 28- points
'below, willbe heard by the Board of Adlustment of Bradford County, 27 loss to Clermont East Soi
-Adjustment of Bradford County, Florida, at a public hearing on Ridge, a top 10 team in Class which
TFlorida, at a public hearing on September 12. 2005 at 7:30 p.m or
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rhe Raiders had a 27-14
over East Ridge, but an
rd kickoff return for a
down helped propel East
. to the come-from-
d win.
; South Sumter offense,
h gained 388 .yards
it East Ridge, seems to
rating in high gear as it
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just, 13.6 points per game last
year.
The Raiders were 9-0 last
season before losing 24-21 to
Santa Fe in the Class 3A
quarterfinals.
Union County head coach
Buddy Nobles has referred to'
South Sumter as a "mid-state'
.Madison County," alluding to,
the similarity of talent that
both schools possess.
South Sumter head coach
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glowing in his description of ,
Union County ;
"We are honored to hae the
,opportunity to play against
such a great program with such
a' colorful history in Florida
football" Sherman said.
"Coach Nobles and his staff


are second to none when it
comes, to preparation, work
ethic and football success.
"C.I. Spiller is incredible
and offensively the Tigers are
quite impressive."..
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most impressed with the
Tigers' defense, especially
defensive end Willie Oliver
and linebackers Kevin
Alexander and Brendan Odom.


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tndians run their way to30-point win over Branford
MIR 1 1!;Branford 6. The call went to quarterback, on fourth-and- 11,
By A-RNIE HARRIS f ,. -..' _,- running back Daniel Crapse, found receiver Brian Bullock
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One might say the Keystone
Heights Indians got off on the
right "feet" in their opening
game at Branford on Aug.26 as
they trounced the Buccaneers
36-6.
The feet in question
belonged to Greg Taylor,
Michael Williams and Wil
Breton, who broke off
touchdown runs of 62, 82 and
56 yards, respectively.
Keystone's offensive attack
wasn't limited to the running
backs going through
Branford's defense like a hot
knife through melting butter. It
was well augmented by the
passing of quarterback Blake
Lott, who connected
repeatedly with receiver Josh
Mangus in a manner that
recalled last year's successful
pass.duo of quarterback Tyler
Davis and wide receiver Chad
S Hapner.
S As. fruitful as the Indians'
offense was, Branford's was
conversely barren against
Keystone's defense-
especially in the first half
which witnessed the
Buccaneers scoring no points,
'making no first downs and
being limited to 1 net yard.
Branford was at a decided
disadvantage, having to call on
third-string quarterback Tim
Clark, a 14-year-old ninth-
grader, since its injured first-
stringer didn't suit up and his
backup, Tyler Byrd, was
injured early in the first
quarter.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
" Keystone Heights will 166k
to make its home opener as
successful as its season opener
on the road last. week as it
hosts a Baldwin team that was
not able to play its.game last
week.
The Indians host Class 2B
BaTdwirh' FriTdy,'- Sept. 2, 'ai
7:30 p.m. Baldwin's opening


S.- By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
This year's Keystone
Heights volleyball team is off
to another fast start early,
having won its first three
matches, including a 3-0 (25-
12, 25-21, 25-9) win over
Ridgeview on Aug. 29 in
OrangePark.
The Indians, who won six of
their first seven matches last
season, got 20 assists from
Jessica Ford and. 12 kills fror6
Mallorie Wasik in the win over
Ridgeview. Ford and Wasik
are averaging 23.3 assists and
11.7 kills per match,
respectively, in this still early
season.
Ford also had two blocks,
while Jessica Whitfield led the
team with three. Cassandra
Bruey led the team with nine
digs and Brenda Ward had
three service aces.
Ridgeview became the
second Class 4A team to be
defeated by the Class 3A
Indians this season. Keystone
opened the season with a 3-1
(25-22, 25-15, 23-25, 33-31)
win over Menendez on Aug.'
23 in St. Augustine.
Ford tallied 31 assists and
she and Wasik each had 15
kills. Kim Russell had 18
service points and Whitfield
had six aces.
Defeating larger schools is a
nice accomplishment, but
Keystone's 3-0 (25-11., 25-9.
25-21) win over host
Interlachen on Aug. 25 was
more important as it got the
Indians off to a' 1-0 start in
S District 6.
Ford had 19 assists, ,18
service points, six kills and
five digs against the Rams,
while Wasik had eight kills,
four digs and two service aces.
Whitfield had six aces and five
kills.
Keystone played district
opponent Crescent City on
Tuesday and will host district
opponent Union County on


Keystone running back Daniel Crapse (far left) prepares to take a handoff from
quarterback Blake Lott. Crapse scored a touchdown in the Indians' win over
Branford Photo courtesy of KHHS teacher Bonnie Wright.


After both teams went three-
and-out on their opening
series, the Indians went on the
warpath, starting on their own
15-yard line. Featuring two
completions to Mangus
covering 22 yards, the drive
was, capped by a 62-yard run
by Taylor, who finessed his
way .through Branford's
Interior defense,: found a
gaping hole and switched, on
his afterburners. He reached
pay dirt at 5:55 of the first
quarter, putting the Indians out
in front 7-0.
While the Indians' defense
kept the Buccaneers' offense
tightly bottled up, their offense


game against Providence was
postponed because of
inclement weather.
Baldwin lost some key
members-including the
quarterback, a running back
and a wide' receiver-of its
offense from last year.
However, the defense does
return five players who can
step'in at linebacker, as' wellt
having an experienced
defensive' 'ehd and an
experienced safety.


Thursday, Sept. 1. Keystone
then plays Mandarin on the
road on Wednesday. Sept. 7.
Both matches are scheduled
for 6 p.m. following junior
varsity matches at 5 p.m.


scored its second touchdown at
4:05 of the second quarter as
Taylor carried the ball from
the 7-yard line, sweeping wide
left and beating defenders to
the corner of the end, zone.
This drive, which increased the
lead to 14-0, began at. the.
Bucs' 45 and was highlighted
by three runs by Breton
covering 30 yards.
The Indians, after getting the
ball right back at the Branford
18 because of: a fumble, blew a
golden opportunity to add to
their lead by committing three
penalties, the last of which,
nullified a diving touchdown
reception by Lans Hardin.


Nine players from the spring
who were supposed to be
starters won't play, as they
either left the team or' were
dismissed from the team.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said Baldwin has an
"explosive offense" that likes
to spread the field.
Baldwin's record last season
was 2-8. The team averaged
23.1 offensive yards per game.
While yielding an"'verage of
32.3 points on defense.
The last time Keystone and
Baldwin played each other was
to cap the 2002 season.
Keystone won that game 24-0.


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Branford again gifted
Keystone with the ball -on the
former's 25 after failing to run
out the clock in the first half.
This gave placekicker Michael
McLeod, after a 10-yard run
by Taylor. the opportunity to
drill a 32-yard field goal
through the uprights as the
clock ran out on the half, at
which point Keystone held a
17-0 lead.
The Bucs picked up where
the\ left off in the first half,
going three-and-out on their
first series of the second half.
Keystone. taking over on
Branford's 43, began a drive
which culminated in the team's
third touchdown. Crucial to the
series was Mangus, who, on
third-and-12, again was found
wide open bs Lott in the left
flat.. Mangus sidestepped a
tackler on his way 'to a 20-yard
gain down to the Bucs' 25.
From there, a 7-yard reception
and a 9-yard scamper, both by
Taylor,-placed the ball at-the


0.
Branford, despite achieving
its first first down of the game
on the following series, was
forced to punt on fourth down
from midfield. The punt was
fielded by Williams at his own
18 near the right sideline. He
then swept left on a long arc
past all Branford defenders and
ran the ball 82 yards for a
touchdown without a defender
laying a hand on him, giving
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After again shutting down
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way to a 56-yard touchdown
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36-0.
Branford's sole touchdown
came on the following series
as Bucs running back Willie'
Daies romped 56 yards from
his own 21' to Keystone's 23.
From there, the Bucs'


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did at the closing whistle, at
36-6.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: .7 10 13 6-36
BHS: 0 0 0 6-6
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K: Taylor 7 run (McLeod
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K: Crapse 6 run (conversion
failed)
K: Williams 82 punt return
(McLeod kick)
K: Breton. 56 run
(conversion failed)
B: Bullock 24 pass from
Clark (kick blocked) .


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Rushes/Yds. 25-214
Passing Yds. 104
Passes 8-13-0
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Labor Day
weekend


By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors
Editor
For many outdoorsmen and
women, the Labor Day
weekend marks the unofficial
end to summer and the
beginning of fall-yes, even
here in north central Florida.
With 90-degree days, a heat
index often in the hundreds.
those pop-up afternoon and
evening thundershowers, bahia
grass that just won't quit
growing and humidity so thick


.-that you'd think it would
grouiTd those mosquitos (I
wish)-one would think that
summer just won't let.go.
But it will and, before you
kno" it. we will be hearing of
a fall trout and redfish run,
somebody will catch a bunch
of specks and you'll see the
bow hunters out practicing for
the opening day of archery
season (Sept. 24).
The fall hunting and fishing
season is coming.

A $3,500 fish?
That's right. Jodi Marriott
and Steve Gray caught just one
bass, an 8.74-pounder, in last
week's grand finale to the
Little Lake Santa Fe Bass
Classic and they won it all!


Marriott and Gray won the
classic by catching the largest
single bass and winning the
total aggregate category with'
the most total weight, taking
the classic's top .prize of
$3,575.
Thirty-seven boats, with 72
anglers, entered the classic,
launching at 6:35 p.m., with a
9:30 p.m. check-in. Coming in
second place, and winning
$1,000, was the term of Wally
Johns and Chris Kadler with
6.12 pounds. John Acree
placed third with 5.54 pounds
and won $444.
Local anglers won more than
$5,000 in this year's
tournament. A special thanks.
.to Joey Tyson, tournament
director, for administering this
fine tournament for our
outdoor and fishing
community.

Akridge, Jackson win
Also, Keystone Heights
angler Paul Akridge. `ho had
also placed several times in the
Little Lake Santa Fe Bass
Classic, along with San Mateo
partner Mike Jackson. recently
won the River City Trails bass
tournament over at the Crystal
Co'e Marina. They' caught one
last large fish just before


weigh-in and. fortunately, that
fish pushed them to the top in
total weight-25.27 pounds
with eight fish weighed.
Congratulations to all the
local anglers who fished,
placed and participated, 'in
these tournaments. With all
this great tournament action,
and the water filling up our_
lakes, the Lake Area Region is
again, regaining its status as a
great place to fish.
Happy Labor Day to all of
,our readers and their families.
Enjoy this weekend and let us
hear of your fishing, hunting
and camping success'. Take a
picture and send it in. Be safe.
Enjoy the Outdoors!

Share your outdoors
stories and photos
If Nou have an outdoors
story or photo you %would like
to share, you may e-mail John
W hitf i eld at
huntfishwriter@aol.com.
Photos may also be e-mailed to
sports@bcielegraph.com or
dropped off at the offices of
the Bradford Counti
Telegraph in Starke. the Lake
Region Monitor in Keystone
Heights and the Union County
Times in Lake Butler.


GROWTH
Continued from p. 1C

home values. Smith and
Alvarez both agree on one
significant factor.
"One-is low interest rates,
which have really driven
values, said Alvarez, who
'said his office has recorded
median sales prices increasing
from $65,025 in 2003 to
$78,795 in 2004. "It's made
real estate one of the few,
places where you can invest
money and hope to have a
fairly good return."
Said Smith: "People can
afford to borrow more money.
The payments are less because
of the low interest rates."
Alvarez said last year's
hurricanes also had another
effect other than just causing
south Floridians to consider
other places to live-they
created shortages of building
materials. That, in turn, caused
the costs of those material to
increase.
"The cost of reproducing
any kind of improvement to
real property jumped up
practically overnight, or at
least in the space of a few
months," Alvarez said.
Then there is the fact that
Bradford County is simply
catching up with other areas of
the state. As Smith put it, the


county was one of the last
bastions in the state with low
prices.
"We have' had traditionally
low land values-raw
land-for a long time,"
Alvarez said. "We're just
really catching up with some
other areas of Florida that are
very close to us."
Alvarez feels Bradford
County i$ on the verge of
tremendous growth and he and
Smith both stress that it is
important for the county to be
ready for that growth. Smith
feels there are issues with the
Bradford County schools,
which do not fare well when
compared tq other counties,
that need to be addressed.
People moving into the area
always ask about the condition
of the schools, Smith said.
Alvarez said the growth is
something all county entities
have to look at and prepare for.
"Many of the small counties
around us have sort of gotten
blindsided by growth,"
Alvarez said. "They were
caught unawares and were ill
prepared. Sometimes it was
their fault, sometimes it
wasn't.
"If we get caught flat-footed,
we can hardly say we didn't
see it coming because it's all
around us. We just need to ,
start planning for it and take
whatever steps necessary to be
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Tornadoes have trouble kicking, scoring in 13-12 loss


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The offense struggled,
squandering several scoring
opportunities, and the kicking
game proved to be disastrous
as the Bradford Tornadoes
opened the regular season with
a 13-12 overtime loss to
visiting Fernandina Beach on
Aug. 26.
Bradford failed to come
away with any points on first-
and-goal opportunities from
the 2 and the 10 and also failed
to score on another possession
inside the Fernandina 20.'
Also, the Tornadoes had one.
field goal and two extra-point.
attempts blocked. Fernandina
returned the blocked field goal
for a touchdown to go up 6-0
as time expired in the second
half.
The two blocked extra
points ultimately set up
overtime and resulted in the
loss when the Pirates were able
to answer Bradford's score in
overtime and convert on their
PAT.
"We just didn't block very
well up front. That, was part of
it," Bradford head coach Chad
Bankston said of the team's
kicking problems.
Bradford had the first
possession during the Kansas


Chuckle Covington and Kevin Randolph bring down
Fernandina Beach's Terrell Dallas as Bradford's
Corian Garrison (far right) moves in to finish the
play.


City tiebreaker. A 6-yard
reception by Marcus. Wilson
set up fourth down from the 3


and James Jamison, bouncing
off of several defenders, found
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Steele, Tamra Boswell and Katelyn Petteway.


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there. The snap was
mishandled on the PAT and
the kick was blocked.
Two plays were all the
Pirates needed to.score. Terrell
Dallas carried the ball both
times, the second a 2-yard
plunge into the end zone.
Kicker Max Shaw connected
on the PAT to give the Pirates
the win.
Fernandina's score in
overtime and the Tornadoes'
offensive and kicking woes-
overshadowed a dominant
performance by the defense.
Bradford gave up 88 yards and
five first downs.
The Pirates only averaged
2.4 yards per rushing attempt,
but Bradford did not fare much
better, averaging 2.7 yards per
attempt. Bradford running
backs combined to rush for
just 18 yards, but quarterback
J.R. Petteway did rush for 85
yards. One of his carries was a
34-yard touchdown that tied
the game at 6-all with 2:59 to
play in the third quarter.
However, the Tornadoes had
more opportunities to score,
but failed to do so inside the
red zone.
Pass receptions of 42 and 13
yards by Rob Harris and
Wilson, respectively, and a 15-
yard run by Jamison gave the
Tornadoes a first-and-goal at
the 10 on their third possession
of the game. The result of the


BHS volleyball
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with win
It was a successful opener
for the Bradford Tornadoes,
who got, the volleyball season
started With a 3-0 (25-20, 25-
13, 25-15) win over visiting
Hamilton County on Aug. 25.
Destiny Bass led the
Bradford attack by compiling
seven kills, while Katheryn
. Banks had a team-high 11
digs.
The Tornadoes played
district opponent Santa Fe on
Tuesday and will host district
opponent Baker County on
Thursday, -Sept. 1, at 6 p.m.
following a junior varsity
game at 5 p.m.


Tornadoes' next four plays
were a loss of 2 yards on a
running play, a dropped pass in
the end zone, a quarterback
sack of 9 yards and an
incomplete pass.
"We're young right now and
we're trying to overcome some
of that," Bankston said of his
offensive unit's struggles. "We
just weren't able to punch it in
down in the red zone."
Bradford's last possession of
the first half was a perfect
example of that.
Jamison had an interception
return of 49 yards that gave the


Tornadoes the ball at the
Fernandina 6-yard line.
Bradford lost 17 yards on its
first two offensive plays, from
there on a quarterback sack
and a fumble.
A pass interference penalty
on fourth down by the Pirates
gave the Tornadoes a first
down at the 12. D.J. McBride
then had a carry of 7:yards and
two plays later, the Pirates
were flagged fori being
offsides, resulting in first-and-
goal at the 2. '
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KEYSTONE
Continued from p. 1C

"or smaller part in the increase
in county values? Subtracting
Keystone's values from county
values produced no change in
percentage increases in real or
tangible county increases, nor
in Clay's combined totals.
That is, with or without
Keystone's values included,
the county's percentage
increases remained the same.
According to the Financial
Trend Forecaster, the rate of
inflation, tagged to the
consumer price index,. has
risen b\ 12.97 percent since
2000 When 2005 values are
measured against 2000 dollars,
the absolute rate of increase in
total real estate values in the
last fi\e sears has been 60
percent counts \\ ide.
When the same inflation rate
is factored into the county
appraiser's figures. Keystone
has seen an aLeraged 13
percent increase in assessed
real and tangible property
\alues during the last fi\e
years.
The Watson Realt) figures
suggest a different story.
although the methods of
calculation are a little
unreliable. Watson Realty
provided 10 examples of
properties that had been sold
three times o'er the last few
sears, some going back to the
late 1990s. While eight of the
properties had more or less
expected rates of increase, tio
were anomalies One property
jumped from a %6.500 sale to a
$120,000 \alue at its second
sale, with the assumption that a
house "%as built on the
property in the interim.
Another property's first sale
listed an asking price of %100i
The .assumption is that
property was transferred fromF
one family member to another.
but in both cases, using the
information without
adjustments ske" s the rate of
appreciation if averaged into
other figures
Computed increases for the
other eight properties, found
. an annual averaged increase in
market values of 7 percent per
year since each property's base
year. This led to a total
increase in market \alues since
roughly \ 1996 of 8-4 percent.


When anomalies were
eliminated, and the most recent
asking price was calculated
against its earliest price
recorded, market increases
averaged as much as 116
percent.
, Finally, the MLN Web site
provided information on
properties for sale on one day
during the first part of August.
All waterfront properties was
isolated from others in the list,
assuming those premium
properties would skew, the
price of all other types
upwards. All 60 of the other
properties then had an
averaged current asking price
of $24.591 per acre.
The properties were then
divided into four i1pes of
undeveloped lot.,: waterfront,
acreage. mobile home and
residential. EmptN lots in the
waterfront category averaged
$45.043 Acreage went for
$15.813 Mobile home lots
went for $28.663.. and
residential lots were going for
$36.221 per acre.
Local realtors hate offered
numerous reasons for the
recent interest in Lake Area
real estate. Among them are
South Florida people moving
north to escape
overdevelopment and frequent
hurricanes. Others ha'e
suggested Internet access has
fueled a market well outside
the area. with home buyers and
investors from other states.
Canada, and e'en Europe
snapping up properties in
North Florida. Some realtors
cite the 911 disaster. An aging
population and the rising cost
of home heating have also
been noted.
The September/October
edition of the American
Association of Retired
Persons' magazine also noted
that one out of ever\ three
homes purchased in the U.S. is
a second home, bought by
Americans aged 55 to 64. Sale
prices of second homes hate
jumped b) 25 percent since
2001, with increases as much
as 56 percent in Cape Coral.
Fast of the heels of the
housing bubble is the distinct
possibility that it might burst.
If a sharp downturn in the
economy) came along, new and
second homebuyers could be
stuck with -high mortgage
payments and shrinking
income.


The albatross sometimes follows a ship for days, but is
seldom seen resting. It feeds on scraps of food thrown
from the ship, or on fish and squid.


BHS to play long-time rival Friday

-,, ., ,,- c v matchup 21-14. was supposed to- step in ,for rushed for 124 yards and hiad-
Bv ('I :F: QF SM LLEY .III _.


My LI-r -nLLB i
Telegraph Staff Writer

The rivalry resumes.
Bradford and Baker County.
have not played 'each other in
football .since 2002, but the
two teams will clash with each
other-this Friday, Sept. 2, at
David Hurse Stadium in Starke
at 7:30 p.m.
The'two teams have played
each other 53 times. Bradford
holds a 39-13-1 series edge,
but the Wildcats \\on the last


BHS
Continued from p. 6C

Instead of punching the ball
in the end zone from there, the
Tornadoes committed an
illegal procedure penalty on
first do" n and McBride was
dropped for a 6-yard loss on
second down
On third down. the Pirate_;
%%ere flagged for pass,
interference again, going
Bradford first-and-goal at the
7 A subsequent
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty mo\ed the ball to the
4.


Baker County, like
Bradford, is coming off of a
season-opening loss (10-9
against Middleburg). The
Wildcats, a Class 3A team,
return seven starters on offense
from last season and two on
defense.
Four of the Wildcats'
starters on offense are linemen,.
which should be good news to -
retuiifing running backs
Eugene Murriell and Jonathan
Trippett, who are both seniors.
Senior Craig Yarborough


never made a serious scoring
threat in regulation. Bradford's
defense refused to allow the
Pirates to build on the
momentum they carried into
halftime. Fernandina's first
two possessions of the second
half saw Wilson sack the
quarterback for an 8-yard loss,
which forced the Pirates to
punt, and Kadeem Leserson
intercept a pass
Bradford finally scored on
its second possession of the
second half. The drive did not
start out promising as Rob
Harris %was dropped for a 2-
yard loss. but Petteway then
scrambled for a 15-yard gain
to the Fernandina 42. Three
plays later. Petteway eluded
defensive pressure and broke
free along the sideline for a 34-
yard touchdown run to tie the
game.
It was the footwork of
Pettea.ay again that put the
Tornadoes in scoring position
during the last two minutes of
the game. He had a 44-Nard
run to the Fernandina 29. A
subsequent penalty gave the
Tornadoes first-and-5 at the
19. McBride had a 2-yard run,
but the next two plays were an
incomplete pass and a sack for


departed quarterbacks Kris
Linster and Bear Woods, but'
he was injured during the
Wildcats' 20-0 preseason loss
to West Nassau (Yarboroughi
was also one of the returning
starters on defense). -
The Wildcats run the Wing-
T on offense, but if they ever
throw the ball, they have a.
formidable receiver in Gary'
Dugger, who set a school`
record last year with 861
receiving yards.
Against Middleburg, Baker


a loss of 3 yards.
Bradford's fourth-down
attempt was another
incomplete pass with 25
seconds remaining in
regulation.
Bradford's offensive
backfield suffered a blow
when Harris broke his wrist.
Bankston said Harris will
probably be out at least six
weeks. Chuckie Covington
will be counted on to fill the
void.
Also, lineman arid
linebacker Kevin Randolph
suffered a shoulder injury.
Bankston, on Monday, said he
did not know the severity of
Randloph's injury.


no yards passing. Defensively;
the 'Cats allowed 219 yards-
rushing and no yards passing.- --
Last season, Baker went 6-3
Sas-a Class 3A participant. The
'Cats averaged 26.6 points per-
game on offense, while the
defense allowed 20.1 points
per game.
Bradford and Baker played
one common opponent last
season-Bishop Kenny.
Bradford defeated Bishop
Kenny 36-13 and the "C6is
defeated the Crusaders 40-12.


Score by Quarter
FBHS: 0 6 0 0 7-13
BHS: 0 0 6 0 6-12
Scoring Summary
F: Green blocked field goal
return (kick failed)
B: Petteway 34 run (kickl-
blocked)
B: Jamison 3 run (kick.
blocked)
F: Dallas 2 run (Shaw kick)


Team Statistics
B


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passing Yds.
Passes
Punts
Fumbles-Lost


11
38-103
64
4-18-0
6-31.5
2-1


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