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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida


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Thursday, September 29, 2005


93rd Year 25th Issue 50 CENTS


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A hot situation......


Lake Butler Volunteer Fire Department Chief Mike Banks (left), Firefighter Jerry Bryan
(middle) and Lieutenant Dennis Whaley (right) inspect the remains of a Jeep-
Cherokee that caught fire at the Intersection of S.R. 121 and S.R. 100 on Sept. 26.
Four men occupying the jeep jumped from the vehicle as it caught fire. None of them
were hurt. According to Banks, there were a few tense moments during the fire as
several small explosions were heard as the fire was trying to be extinguished. The
Florida Highway Patrol is the agency investigating the incident. No determination had
been made, as of.press time, as to the origin of the fire.


Travel discussion


raises concerns


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A plan for the Union County
High School Spanish Club to
travel out of the country is
raising concerns with some
school board members.
During the board's Sept. 27
meeting, School Board
Member Sandra Floyd voiced
concerned over a plan for the
club to travel to Italy during
Spring Break, and tentatively
to England, Ireland and
Scotland over the summer.
"I just wonder, from the
attorney, how will that affect
the school board and the
school system being
responsible if anything did
happen tothe students?" Floyd
questioned.
School Board Attorney Dan
Webb told board members
since the trip was being put
together by a school
organization, the trip would
qualify as a school-sanctioned
event.
"Because this trip is being
put together by a club, it would
be considered a school event,"
said Webb.
Superintendent Carlton
Faulk explained to the board
that Spanish teacher and


Spanish Club sponsor Beverly
Breckenridge had a lot of
experience with such trips.
"She taught at Ed White
(High School) for years and
they had been going on this
trip for more than T'-years-" -
said Faulk. "Different schools
in Florida do it. We want them
to be able to travel, but at the
same time we worry about
them going."
Debi Dukes pointed out to
the board that other groups in
the district take week-long
field trips.
"The safety patrols go to
Washington and the FFA goes
to Kansas City," said Dukes.
Faulk then suggested that the
groul look into the idea of
how the trip could happen,
without the board putting their
seal of approval on it.
"Renae does a trip to the
Bahamas for the seniors every
year," said Marsan Carr. "But
she does that all off-campus
and the school has nothing to
do with it."
Carr was referring to a
senior trip organized by UCHS
teacher Renae Allen. Each
year, at the end of the year,

See TRAVEL page 4A


UC residents travel to Gulf Coast


By JAME.S REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Several residents of Union
County recently came together
to gather and help deliver
supplies to victims of
Hurricane Katrina.
David and Bobbie Williams,
Marvin Griffis and DuWayne
Bridges all gathered supplies
for more than a week. A large
trailer,donated by Ray's Metal
Works, sat at Sprinkle Field so
that local residents could make
their contributions. The
Reverend Terry Elixson of
Grace Fellowship helped the
group acquire the donation.
"We wanted this to be a
countywide project," said
Bridges. He is the pastor of the
Sanderson Christian Revival
Center in Sanderson. The
group collected a variety of
items including diapers,
clothes, toiletry items,


medicine, food, water,
blankets,pillows and toys.
"We started to take a 16-20-
foot trailer," said Bridges. "We
quickly learned we would need
at least a tractor trailer."
So after getting the trailer,
the group had to find some
way to get it to its destination.
Phillip Pritchett of Pritchett
Trucking came through for the
group. Not only did Prtichett
loan the truck to the group, he
provided a driver and the fuel
as well.
Many other companies in the
area also made donations to
help the group. Family Dollar,
Dollar General, Spires IGA,
Community State Bank, the
Lake Butler Volunteer Fire
Department, the Macclenny
-Fire Department, the Union
County Public Library and the
Council on Aging all donated
items or money to help the
group's cause.


It was not -only Union
Co6unty'residents that helped ini
the effort, but Baker County
residents as well. Art and
Nancy Morris and Larry and
Jackie Sluder joined the group.
"It trully was a team effort,"
said Bridges.
Once loaded with relief
items, the group set out on its
trek westward. The group left
Lake Butler at 4:15 a.m. on
Sept. 16. They followed Bruce
Peterson, the driver of the
truck. The journeidy was--
familiar to Peterson. The week
before he was in Mississippi
delivering ice to areas in need.
The caravan traveled
throughout the day until it
reached the small town of
Bayou La Batre, Ala. It is a
small fishing village on the

See COAST page 5A


David Williams prepares to hand out a bicycle
he brought from Lake Butler to brighten the
day of a young boy in the hurricane ravaged
area of the Gulf Coast.


Lake Butler FFA earns top awards


By JAMES REDMOND
Times StaffWriter
Recently the Lake Butler
FFA Chapter of Union County
High School traveled to
Orlando to compete in the state
competition and attend state
convention.
Many members of tfie
chapter came home with more
than they left with. The
chapter's poultry evaluation
career development team
brought home top honors in the
state. The team, consisting of
Sarah Bennett, Hali Perryman,
Carissa Driggers and Stacy
Hutton, beat out numerous
other teams for the title.
Bennett scored the highest on
any contestant in the event.
The event tests competitors.
skills in poultry production and
management, processing,
marketing and consumption of
poultry products. Competitors
evaluate poultry samples, as
well as the eggs they produce.
To help defray the cost of
traveling to compete in the
national contest in October, the
team received a $750 check
from the Florida Department
of Agriculture. The team will


travel to Louisville, Kentucky
in October to compete for
national honors.
Also taking top honors in the
same category was the Lake
Butler FFA chapter from Lake
Butler Middle School. The
team, consisting of Marvin
Brooks, Tara Sapp and Ryan
.Waters placed first in the
middle school division. -
The team. was put through
the same type competition as
their high school counterparts.
Some of the other schools the
team beat out were Jennings
Middle School, Fort King
Middle School, Turkey Creek
Middle School and South
Sumter.
Another team receiving
honors was the Lake Butler
FFA Parlimentary Procedure
team.- The team placed second
in the state just being edg-d
out by Durant High School.
The margin of victory was .33
points. The team was made up
of Jamie Mobley, Jenn'Lake,
Celeste Wilson, Caleb
Williams and Aaron Dukes.

See FFA page 2A


The UCHS poultry judging team took top honors in the state. Pictured from L-R are:'
State officer Sarah Bennett, team members: Marcia Williams, Carissa Driggers, Stacy
Hutton, Hall Perryman, advisor David Harris and state officer Hunter Fugate.


FFA selling
dinners-to- -.....
raise money
The Lake Butler FFA will
be selling chicken dinners
on Friday, Sept. 30 at the
Union County High School
agricultural building.
Dinners will be sold from
1 1 a.m.-2 p.m. A $5
donation will be the price
for each dinner. Local
businesses that buy five or
more dinners can have their
order delivered. The event is
being held to raise funds to
send Area II FFA vice
president and local FFA
member Andrea Andrews to
the state leadership
conference. For more
information, or to pre-order
dinners call the ag
department at (386) 496-
4196.



WS civic club
to meet
The Worthington Springs
civic club will meet at its

clubhouse on Tuesday, Oct.
4, at 10 a.m. Lunch will be
served at noon and everyone
attending-is asked to bring a
covered dish. The business
meeting and luncheon will
be hosted by Pam Williams
and Loca McLeod.


Harmony Free
Will hosts
luncheon
Harmony Free Will
Baptist Church will host a
community women's
luncheon on Saturday, Oct.
22, from 10 a.m.-I p.m.
Guest speaker Diana Bryant
will present a program
entitled "What's in your
hand, sister." For more
inifbrmation -or to, -register
:call Gloria Clyatt at (386)
496-1218 or the church at
(386) 496-3553.



New
Jerusalem
Church hosts
dinner
The New Jerusalem Full
Gospel Church will host a
spaghetti supper on
Saturday, Oct. 8, from 4-6
p.m. Dinners will be $5.
Following the dinner, a
gospel sing will be held
with special guests "The
Reflections". The church is
located at the corner of S.R.
121 and C.R. 18 in
Worthington Springs. For
more information, call
Annette at (386) 496-3383
or Roseann at (386) 496-
1461.


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


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FFA
Continued from jiageilA
UCHS student Justin
Howard also took top honors.
Howard was recognized as the
State Star Agribusinessman at
the event. Howard's career in
FFA helped him win the
"honor. Howard has been a
.member of the live stock
judging team as well as
competed in the tractor
operations competition. In his
sophomore ,year ipt high school,
Howard began his own
landscaping business.
His family has a long
agricultural background.
Currently he is employed at his
grandfather's tractor company
in Lake City. Along 'with
selling tractors, his family
farms cattle, tobacco, green
beans and hay. Upon
graduation, Howard has plans
to attend Lake City
Community College to pursue'
a degree in landscape
technology. For his efforts,
Howard received a $200 award
and a plaque.
One other highlight for the
Lake Butler FFA was the
election of Andrea Andrews to
state vice president. While at
the convention, she was also
recognized by the Florida
Association of Agricultural
Educators' as the top FFA
member in the state.
Also receiving awards at the
event were Clint Williams,
Kris Bracewell and Caleb
Williams. Clint earned second
place in the .middle school
division of prepared public
speaking. Bracewell took I
home second place in the
- extemporaneous public
speaking category. Caleb
Williams earned fifth place in
senior division of prepared
public speaking .-
More than .3,000 FFA
members, guests and
supporters attended- the week
long event. Se'vieral thousand
awards, along with thousands
of dollars in scholarships were
presented to FFA members
throughout the event.
This year's convention
theme, "No Limits"
symbolized the agricultural
organization's long term
dedication and mission to
prepare students for leadership
roles in their home and
community. It also looks to
prepare the same FFA
members for the vast career
opportunities afforded to them
in the industry of agriculture.
Florida's Agricultural
Commissioner Charles
Brohson, state Rep. Ed
. Jennings and ,Sen. Daniel
Webster were just some of the
many Florida political officials
attending the event.
Participants attended
leadership workshops and met
with fellow FFA members
from across the state. Those
same participants competed in
a variety of events including
parliamentary procedure,
opening and closing
ceremonies and agricultural
electrification essay
interviews.
Also during the convention,
approximately 200 members d
received their state FFA
degree. This is the
association's highest award.
Members were also treated to a
agricultural career show where
more than 40 ..exhibitors ,
provided educational materials (
and career awareness S
information to members.


James Ree
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class of


1990 plans..
15-year
reunion
The Union County High
School class of 1990 will have
its 15-year reunion on Friday,
Oct. 28, at 6 p.m.
For information and location,
call Tim Roberts at (386) 496-
4621/984-0945. or Email
unioncounty90@yahoo.com.


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State officers Erie Lane (left) and Hunter
Fugate (right)present Andrea Andrews
(middle) with her FAAE outstanding FFA
member award.


The LBMS FFA also took top honors in poultry judging in the state. Pictured from L-R
are: State officer Hunter Fugate, team members Ryan Waters, Kris Bracewell
(standing in for Marvin Brooks),- Tara Sapp and state officer Betty Manning. In the
Second row Is advisor David Harris.


State officers Erie Lane (left) and Erin
Stoutamire (right) present Justin Howard with
his Star Agribusinessman award. In the
second row are his parents Mel (left) and John
Carl (middle) and Lake Butler FFA advisor
Charlotte Emerson.


r.;.. y calling is great when greatly pursued.
-Oliver Wendell Holmes


'Daughters'
plan first
meeting
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the. National
Society Daughters of the
American Revolution will
meet Monday, Oct. 3, at 10:15
a.m. at the Western Steer Steak
House in Starke. After the
meeting those who wish to will
stay and enjoy lunch and a
time of fellowship.
This will be the first meeting
of the year and members will
be catching up on their
summer activities and
discussing the events and
issues for the coming year.
There will also be a short
program.
The group cordially invites
all women to attend whose
ancestors aided in achieving
American independence.
Come learn about the National
Society ,Daughters of the
American Revolution and their
historical, educational and
patriotic activities.
We look forward to seeing
you there.
--For, further information,
please contact Susan Lucas at
352) 473-2744, or visit.
ww.rootsweb.conm/-flcsecd/.


Lulu Baptist
celebrates
homecoming
Lulu Baptist Church will
celebrate homecoming on
Sunday, Oct. 16, beginning
at 10 a.m. Dinner on the
grounds will follow at noon.
Everyone is invited and
asked to bring a covered
dish. For more information
call (386) 496-8007.


The Parliamentary Procedure team took second place in the state competition.
Pictured, from L-R are: State officer Becca Hamilton, team members Katie Crawford,
Jamie Mobley, Jenn Lake, Celeste Wilson, Caleb Williams, Aaron Dukes and advisor
Charlotte Emerson.
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Tri-county fish pond workshop successful West earns black bel


By JACQUE BREMAN-
UC Extension Director
On Sept. 20, an extension
..education workshop was held
at Fellowship Baptist Church
south of Raiford to help fish
pond owners in three counties.
Forty-four people attended
the event. Most folks attended
as much for the delicious food,
prepared by Doyal Godwin
and his helpers, as well as for
the helpful management
information. Godwin
personally caught and cleaned
catfish. The 99 pounds of
catfish fillets were wonderfully
fresh and tender.
Everyone loved the food.
Thanks to Godwin and his
helpers for the wonderful job
they did. This labor of love
was from the concern and
hopes that Godwin has to help
farmers and pond owners
better manage their fish
through extension information.
Dr. Denise Petty, University
of Florida Fisheries Extension
veterinarian, presented a
program entitled "Water
Quality Parameters and
Management that Affect Fish
Health". Dr. Ken Langeland,
University of Florida
Extension Aquatic Weed
specialist, presented a program
entitled "Water Quality
Parameters that Drive Fish
Pond Weed Growth, Common
Weed Identification and
Control Options".
Those who attended had
the advantage of speaking with
the extension specialists after
the program about, their pond
management problems. The


Some of the participants of the program prepare to
enjoy catfish and other treats prepared by Godwin
and his helpers.


Union County Extension
Office organized and
conducted this fish pond
workshop as a direct result of
the need to help residents
better manage their ponds and


the support of their advisory
council members. For more
information on fish pond
management contact the Union
County Extension Office at
496-2321.


LCCC helps Katrina victims UC resident

I__ graduates

":ffromFWC


L-R Debra Harrison, Myrtle Kerce and
Kimberly Cannon load a car truck full to
deliver to the loading area for transport.


The victims of Hurricane
Katrina are on the minds of
many, and the Lake City
Community College chapter of
Florida Association of
Community Colleges is no
exception.
Chapter President Frances
Ash got the ball rolling by
letting the campus, know that
they were taking donations and
i listed several drop-off points
on campus and the main drop-
off point located in front of
Goody's at the Lake City Mall.
Several employees,
including Bonnie Gootee,
admission specialist, worked
over the Labor Day holiday by
unloading supplies from
vehicles as they pulled through
the parking lot and placed the
donated items in the collection
trailer.
One truck had already been
filled and was on its way .to the
hurricane victims while
another one was being filled.
The second truck was to leave
on Sept. 9. On Sept. 8, the last
of the supplies collected. on
campus were separated and
boxed for shipping.
At the end of the work day,
Myrtle Kerce, another
admission specialist, had four
boxes of supplies and two
cases of water which were
loaded into her car with the
help of Kim Cannon, veterans
assistance specialist, Debra.
Harrison, senior staff assistant,
and Dennis Tarkington, tech
prep coordinator.
These items were delivered
just as the truck was being
reopened for the evening.
There were supplies that
people had dropped off while
the trailer was closed around
the end of the truck. Kerce
helped load those items and
unload people's vehicles.
While there,' she saw several
people just come up and give a
monetary donation.
This Katrina relief effort was
held in conjunction with
Hopeful Baptist Church and


Terry Dicks Trucking
Company. "Once again,, I had
the opportunity to see in action
the caring and generosity of
our people at LCCC and the
community," Kerce stated.
FACC extends a huge thank
you to all who donated items,
participated in unloading
vehicles and loading the
trucks, and opened their hearts
to the many victims of the
hurricane.


Thirty new law enforcement
officers for the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) graduated
from their 29-week academy
and received their badges
today.
FWC officers are among the
most diversely trained in the
country. Their first 22 weeks
of training prepare them for
certification as law
enforcement officers, but they
must successfully complete an
additional seven weeks to earn
their FWC badges.
The additional training
focuses on a variety of topics
unique 'to the agency's
officers' responsibilities such
as the forensic science
components of gathering and
preserving evidence in
conservation law enforcement
cases. Other unique training
includes capturing dangerous
animals, identifying animal
tracks, tracking individuals and
vehicles in wilderness areas,
recognizing illegal commercial
fishing devices and traps and
off-road night driving.
The new officers and their
assignments are:
Southwest Region:
Damon J. Pulaski, Lee
County, David F. Brady, Lee


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On May 22, Roman West completed the testing require
to receive his first degree black belt in the martial art
Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan. West has been attending
Tang Soo Do Karate classes at the Stitt School of
Karate and Self Defense in Lake Butler since 1999. We
Is the first student at the school to earn a black belt.'
was very pleased to have Roman continue his Karate
classes so diligently and to graduate," said Master
Thomas Stitt, who was West's instructor. West (left)
and Stitt (right) are shown above just after West's bel
was awarded to him.


County, Jan F. Sweet,
Highlands County, Adonious
T. Duhart, Polk County,
Richard B. Wilcox, Lee
County, Scott J. Peterson, Lee
County, Algimantas- M.
Simontis, Lee County,
William C. Holcomb,
Charlotte County, Darrell
L. Henderson, Polk County.
South Region:
Joseph P. Bro6ks,
Okeechobee County,
Aaron C. O'Reilly, Parm
Beach County, Edwin 0. Harp,
Broward County, Kathy E.
Sullivan, Miami-Dade County,
Dieter C. Iten, Martin County,
Christopher Douglas,
Okeechobee County, Roberto


Farewell


M. Fernandez, Miami-Dade
County, Demone W.
Hattaway, Monroe County,
Ryan C. Smith, Monroe
County, Raul Sanchez, Collier
County, Faris L. Livesay,
Monroe County, Ryan N.
Knutson, Collier County, Chris
B. Holleman, Monroe County.
North Central Region:
Michael S. Heath, Clay
County. Benjamin B. Gill,
Union County, Michael P.
Goodwin, Clay County.
Northeast Region:
Thomas F. Kist, Lake
County, Jason C. Carroll,
Osceola County, Emily J.
V .ought,.'- Brevard County,
Justin A. Discenza, Indian


SFlu shots
t available Sept.
30
The I4nion County Health
Department will begin
distributing flu vaccinations on
Friday, Sept. 30.
Vaccines will be given on
Friday from 8-11 a.m. and 1-4
p.m. and on Tuesdays from 8-
11 a.m. The cost of the vaccine
is $12 if you are not covered
by Medicare. Medicaid does
not pay for flu vaccine. Those
interested in receiving the
vaccination are asked to call
the UCHD at (386) 496-3211
to be screened and to schedule
an appointment.
The health department is
using the following criteria to
screen patients. They will be
prioritizied as follows:
o Persons aged 65 and over
with comorbid conditions..
o Residents of long-term
care facilities.
O Persons ages 2-64 years of
age with comorbid conditions.
o Persons ages 65 and over
without comorbid conditions.
o Children ages 6-23
months.
0 Pregnant women.
o Health-care personnel who
ed provide direct patient care.
of 0 Household contact and out-
g of-home caregivers of children
ages 6 months and younger.
S (Comorbid conditions
st include cancer, hypertension,
" diabetes, heart disease and
e spleen removal.)
For more. information,
contact the health department
It at (386) 496-3211.


River County.
Headquarters:
Sabra Thornton, Leon
County.
The FWC plans to begin
training its next class of law
enforcement officers Feb. 26.
Anyone interested in a law
enforcement career with the
FWC should contact Antonio
Kilpatrick at (850) 558-4083 to
begin the screening process.
The agency is especially eager
to recruit more minority and
bilingual officers.




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on September 30.

After 36 years in local banking. Jackie Cunningham is
retiring. Friends are invited to stop by and join us at a
reception this Friday from 11 a m till -4 30 p m
Good luck, jackie! We will m:ss \'ou


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Money Manager



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TRAVEL West Nile virus
Continued from page 1A Case confirmed
in UC
Allen gets a group of senior Due to a recently conirme
high school students together horse case of West Nile virus
and takes a cruise to a in Union County, the Florida
Carribean destination such as o
the Bahamas. The group is department of Health i
organized without the school encouraging residents of an
eming involved visitors to Florida to take
.en Floyd then once again number of steps to protect
reiterated her concern. themselves against
"I just have concern about mosquitoes.
the"IfThe state monitors animals
the trip," said Floyd. "If they as sentinels for arboviruses
want to pay their own way and including Eastern Equine
organize it on their own, we Encephalitis,West Nile and St
would not have any say in it Louis Encephalitis virus, to
anyway. determine if any of those three
Floyd went on to remind viruses are present in the
board members on a recent community FDOH and the
-case-of a student traveling commurida DepDOH and the
overseas that disappeared. Florda department of
oLook what happened with Agriculture and Consumer
Natalee in Arubappen" said withFloyd. Services, along with other state
Natalee in Aruba," said Floyd. and local agencies, are
"Anything could happen working to detect viruses
besides accidents, we never spread by mosquitoes
know" spread by mosquitoes to
know." humans or animals.
Floyd was referring to the humans or ammals. .
case of Natalee Holloway. She Mosquito-borne infections in
case of Natalee Holloway. She people can cause headache,
and 124 of her classmates from fever, dizziness, confusion,
MoUntain Brook High School movement disorders and coma.
took a senior class trip to FDOH is working to keep
Aruba. Holloway went missing residents .woi.ngt k Tp
just before the group was to residents a i formed. The
return and J snot.been-heard Hotline offers recak Informatded
-from since. The event was not Hotlne offers reclded
sanctioned by the high school updates on medical alerts
because the senior had already 880-582status an srvellance at (888)
graduated. 880-5782.
Floyd also expressed Additionally, information on
Floyd als express these arboviruses can be
concern over the protection of obtained by calling (850) 410-
the students leall Obtained by calling (850) 410-
the students legally. 0900. The Florida Fish and
"They lose protection once Wildlife Conservation
they're out of the country," Commission maintains a Web
said Floyd. "We've got laws site for reporting wild bird die
here in America and we know offs related to West Nile virus.
what we're dealing with. Once To report a dead bird, visit
they're. t of the United States myfwc.com/bird. Locally you
we're not 'going to have any myfwc*com/bird, Loca lyyou
control overing them. I feel may contact Richard Land or
control over them. reonsibfeel Sally Keller at the Union
concern for being responsible County Health Department at
for students being in other
countries. (386), 496-3211.
While Board Member Allen FDOH has a variety of
Parrish said he felt that Floyd's suggestions to help residents
point was valid, he disagreed. prevent mosquito bites and
point was valid, he disagreed. mosquito-borne illness. They
"As a school -board we re include:
going to incur liability with our 0 Minimize outdoor
students where ever they may activities between dusk and
go," said Parrish. "I look at'it dawn when mosquitoes are
as these students may never most active.
have another opportunity to do
something like this. I do want When outdoors and
to voice my opinion and say I mosquitoes are present, wear
don't have any. problem with shoes, long pants and a long-
this traveling." sleeved shirt.
Parrish went on to say it was Use mosquito repellent as
the board's responsibility to directed by the manufacturer.
not only protect students, but 0 Repair residential
to enhance their educational screening, including, porches
ex ..erien'c. "" "' .... .' ." a'nd pAtio ", if tears or other
Eaulk then asked UCHS openings are found.
Principal Gale Lappalainen to Eliminate mosquito
see if Breckenridge would breeding sjtes.
pursue the trip as a nonschool FDOH offers these tips on
function. eliminating mosquito breeding
"Well what happens when sites:
we send a student to the Clean out eaves, troughs
international science fair?" and-gutters.
--asked-Lappalaiten. "' 0 Remove old tires or drill
She was told by Floyd that holes in those used in
items like that would be playgrounds to drain.
brought up later that day in a o Turn over or remove
workshop. empty plastic pots.
"I've never been out of the Pick up all beverage
country and don't care to go containers and cups.
out of the country," said Floyd. o Check traps on boats or
"I am concerned that I am other equipment that may
accepting responsibility for collect water.
letting them go and something Pump out bilges on boats.
happens to 'them. I don't mind 0 Replace water in birdbaths
them going, I just don't want and pet or other animal feeding
to be responsible for it." dishes at lgast-enceawTeek.
Faul k_ a -Chinge water in plant
--lppalinen to have the trip trays, including hanging.
become a nonschool function. plants, at least once a week.
The discussion came about Remove vegetation or
during the consent agenda obstructions in drainage
portion of the meeting. The ditches-that prevent the flow of
item had already been- water,.
motioned and seconded and More information can be
had to be voted upon. Floyd found at FDOH'S Web site at
then mentioned to amend the doh.state.fl.us
original motion to not include
the trip. Alvin Griffis seconded
the motion, but it lost in a 3-2
vote. The original motion was Correction does much, but
then voted upon and was encouragement does more.
approved by 3-2 vote. Voting Encouragement after
for the motion were, Carr, censure is as the sun after
Parrish and Sue Whitehead. a shower.
Floyd and Griffis cast the nays. -Johann Wolfgang von
The motion carried and the Goethe
event will go on as a school-
sponsored event. A ,


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


Free women's

Acorn 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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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
No. 63-03-CA-3
CIVIL ACTION
Mortgage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc.,
PLAINTIFF,
vs.
William R. Ingersoll, et al.;
DEFENDANTSS.
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated Sept.
14,2005, and entered in case number
63-03-CA-3, of the Circuit Court of
the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for
Union County, Florida, wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.,
is Plaintiff and- WILLIAM R.
INGERSOLL, JACQUELINE V.
INGERSOLL, UNKNOWN
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY
N/K/A/ RICHARD HOPPER;
UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
REAL PROPERTY N/K/A RICHARD
HOPPER are Defendant(s), I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash
at the FRONT DOOR OF THE


MIDDLE OF THE UNION COUNTY A DISTANCE OF 305.00 FEET TO
COURTHOUSE, at 11:00 a.m. on the THE POB.
20th day of October, 2005, the has been filed against you and you
following described property as set are required to serve a copy of your
forth in said Final Judgment: written defenses within 30 days after
THE SOUTH 264 FEET'OF THE the first publication, it any, on
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski,
NORTHEAST 1 /4 OF Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26, 9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite
d TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 19 300,.Tampa, Florida 33634, and file
s EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, the original with this Court either
MORE PARTICULARLY before service on Plaintiff's attorney
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: or immediately thereafter; otherwise
s COMMENCE AT THE a default will be entered against you
d NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID for the relief demanded in the
a SECTION 26, AND RUN NORTH Complaint or petition.
t 89 DEGREES 02 MINUTES 03 WITNESS my hand and the seal of
t SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE this Court on this 20th day of
NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION September, 2005.
26, A DISTANCE OF 1331.47 FEET REGINA PARRISH
S TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER CLERK OF THE COURT
OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF By: Julia Croft
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF As Deputy Clerk
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26; In accordance with the Americans
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 Disabilities Act, persons with
DEGREE 42 MINUTES 56 disabilities requesting reasonable
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE accommodations to participate in this
WEST LINE OF SAID proceeding should contact (904) 496-
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST3711 (Voice) or (904) 374-3639
; NORTHEAST 1/4 OF (Voice or TDD) orvia Florida Relay
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26, Service at 1-800-955-8771.
A DISTANCE OF 406.23 FEET TO 9/22 2tchg. 9/29
THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF
THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT
PARCEL OF LAND; THENCE RUN TO ISSUE TITLE V AIR
NORTH 88 DEGREES 54 OPERATION PERMIT
MINUTES 57 SECONDS EAST A REVISION
DISTANCE OF 665.58 FEET TO Florida Department of Environmental
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE Protection
EAST LINE OF SAID NORTHWEST DRAFT Permit No.:
1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF 1250008-002-AV
NORTHWEST'1/4 OF SECTION 26; New River Regional Landfill
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 Union County
DEGREE 41 MINUTES 41 The Florida Department of
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID Environmental Protection (permitting
EAST LINE OF NORTHWEST 1/4 authority) gives notice of its intent to
OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF issue a Title V Air Operation' Permit
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26, Revision to New River Solid Waste
A DISTANCE OF 264.02 FEET TO Association for the New River
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF Regional Landfill located east of State
SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF Road 121, 2.5 miles north of Raiford
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF Union County. This is a revision to
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26; Title V Air Operation Permit No.
THENCE RIJN SOUTH 88 1250008-001-AV. The applicant's
DEGREES 54 MINUTES 57 name and address are: Mr. Darrell
SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE 0. Neal, Executive Director, New
SOUTH LINE OF SAID River Solid Waste Associati6n,
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF Route 1, Box 375, Raiford, Florida
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF 32083-0647.
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26, This permit revision is being issued
A DISTANCE OF 665.48 FEET TO for the purpose of including the record
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF keeping requirements of 40 CFR
SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF 60.758 a) in Subsections A and B of
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF the initial Title V Permit No. 1250008-
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26, 001-AV.
THENCE RUN NORTH 01 The permitting authority will issue the
DEGREE 42 MINUTES 56 PROPOSED Permit, and subsequent
SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID FINAL Permit, in accordance with the
WEST LINE OF NORTHWEST 1/4 conditions of the DRAFT Permit
OF NORTHEAST 1/4., ,OF unless, a response received in
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26, accordance with the following
A DISTANCE OF 264.02 FEET TO procedures results in a different
THE POINT OF BEGINNING, decision or significant change of
TOGETHER WITH A 1983 MANA terms or conditions.
.MOBILE HOME, VIN ,The permitting'authority will accept
#063850S7714A, TITLE #22228062, written comments concerning the
RP#R171365 AND VIN# proposed DRAFT Permit issuance
063850S7714B, TITLE #22228063, action for a period of 30 (thirty) days
RP # R171366. from the date of publication of this
A/K/A Rt. 3, Box 53, Lake Butler, FL Notice. Written comments should be
32054. provided to Department of
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of Environmental Protection, 7825
this court on Sept 20,2005. Baymeadows Way, Suite B-200,
REGINA PARRISH Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590.
Clerk of Circuit Court Any written comments filed shall be
By: Julia Croft made available for public inspection.
Deputy Clerk If written comments received result
ECHEVARRIA, CODILIS & in a significant change in this DRAFT
STAWIARSKI, P.A. Permit, the permitting authority shall
Attomeys at Law issue a Revised DRAFT Permit and
9119 Corporate Lake Dr. require, if applicable, another Public
!3rd Foor .. ...*. .. ........ Notice. ""... ...
Tampa FL33634 .. .'. A person whose Substantial interests
:Telephone:;813251.4766; ...< ,- are affected by .the proposed
In accordance with the Americans permitting decision may petition for
Disabilities Act, persons with an administrative hearing in
disabilities requesting reasonable accordance with Sections 120.569
accommodations to participate in this apd 120.57, Florida Statutes (F.S.).
proceeding should contact (904) 496- The petition must contain the
3711 (Voice) or (904) 374-3639 information set forth below and must
(Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay be filed (received) in the Office of
Service at 1-800-955-8771chg. 29 General Counsel of the Department
92 2tchg. 9/29 of Environmental Protection, 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Station #35, Tallahassee, Florida
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 32399-3000. Petitions filed by any
FLORIDA IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
No. 63-2005-CA-0033
CIVIL ACTION
BANK OF AMERICA, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, UIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHERtCLAIMANTS CLAIMING
- BY, THROUGH, UNDER, MARY R.
TUCK, "
DECEASED, et al,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER,MARY R.
TUCK, DECEASED
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
THE UNKNOWN PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
ESTATE OF MARY R. TUCK,
DECEASED
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: '
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN ,t
ANY. AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,'
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE' HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS, SPOUSES,-
HEIRS,, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN .
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the -
following property in UNION County,
Florida:


persons other than those entitled to
written notice under Section
120.60(3), F.S., must be filed within
fourteen days of publication of the
public notice or within fourteen days
of receipt of the notice of intent,
whichever occurs first. Under
Section 120.60(3), F.S., however, any
person who asked the permitting
authority for notice of agency action
may file a petition within fourteen
days of receipt of that notice,
regardless of the date of publication.
A petitioner shall mail a copy of the
petition to the applicant at the address
indicated above, at the time of filing.
The failure of any person to file a
petition within the applicable time
period shall constitute a waiver of that
person's right to request an
administrative determination
(hearing) under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S., or to intervene in this
proceeding and participate as a party
to it. Any subsequent intervention will
be only at the approval of the
presiding officer upon the filing of a
motio n compliance with Rule 28-
106.205, Florida Administrative Code
(F.A.C.).
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the permitting
authority's action is based must
contain the following information:
(a) The name and address of each
agency affected and each agency's
file or identification number, if Known;
(b) The name, address and telephone
number of the petitioner, name
address and telephone number of the
petitioner's representative, if any,
which shall be the address for
service purposes during the course of
the proceeding, and an explanation of
how petitioner's substantial rights will
be affected by the agency
determination;
(c) A statement of how and when the
petitioner received notice of the
agency action or proposed action;
(d) A statement of all disputed issues
of material fact. If there are none, the
petition must so state;
(e) A concise statement of the
ultimate facts alleged, as well as the
rules and statutes, which entitle
petitioner to relief;
(f) A statement of the specific rules or
statutes the petitioner contends
require reversal or modification of the
agency's proposed action; and,
(g) A statement of the relief sought by
the petitioner, stating precisely the
action petitioner wishes the agency to
take with respect to the agency's
proposed action.
A petition that does not dispute the
material facts upon which the
permitting authority's action is based
shall state that no such facts are in
dispute and otherwise shall contain
the same information as set forth
above, as required by Rule 28-
106.301, F.A.C.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to formulate final
agency action, the filing of a petition
means that the permitting authority's
final action may be different from the
position taken by it in this notice of
intent. Persons whose substantial
interests will be affected by any such
final decision of the permitting
authority on the application have the
right to petition to become a party to
the proceeding, in accordance with
the requirements set forth above.
Mediation is not available for this
proceeding.
In addition to the above, pursuant to
42 United States Code (U.S.C.)
Seption 7661d(b)(2), any person may
petition the Administrator of the EPA
within 60 (sixty) days of the
expiration of the Administrator's 45
(forty-five) day review period as
established at 42 U.S.C. Section
7661d(b)(1), to object to issuance of
any Title V permit. Any petition shall
be based only on objections to the
Title V permit that were raised with
reasonable specificity during the 30
(thirty) day public comment period
provided in this notice, unless the
petitioner demonstrates to the
Administrator of the EPA that it was
impracticable to raise such


COMMENCE AT, THE SE
CORNER OF SECTION 1'5,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA;
THENCE RUN S 86 DEG 29'30" W,
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF THE
SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE
SAID SECTION .15, A DISTANCE
OF 900.00 FEET TO THE POB;
THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING S '
86 DEG 29'30" W, ALONG SAID
SOUTH LINE, A DISTANCE OF
428.76 FEET TO 'THE SW
CORNER OF SAID SE 1/4 OF SE
1/4; THENCE RUN N 04 DEG
04'37" W, ALONG THE WEST LINE
OF SAID SE 1/4 OF.SE 1/4 A
DISTANCE OF 330.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN N 86 DEG 29'30" E,
A DISTANCE OF. 403.70 FEET;
THENCE RUN S 04 DEG 05'19" E,
'A DISTANCE OF 25.00 FEET;
THENCE N 86 DEG 29'30" E, A
DISTANCE OF 25.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN S 04 DEG 05'19" E,


objections within the comment peri(.,.i
or unless the grounds for sut.i,
objection arose after the commef r
period. Filing of a petition with thi.
Administrator of the EPA does ri.'
stay the effective date of any Title
permit properly issued pursuant :.
the provisions of Chapter 62-21-
F.A.C. Petitions filed with th-
Administrator of EPA must meet th.
requirements of 42 U.S.C. Secticn
7661d(b)(2), and must be filed wi
the Administrator of the EPA at: U..
EPA, 401 M Street, S.W
Washington, D.C. 20460.
A complete project file is available fl.
public inspection during norm,.;
business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:0.
p.m., Monday through Friday, except'
legal holidays, at:
Permitting Authority:
Department of Environmental
Protection
Northeast District
7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite B-20';
Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590

Telephone: 904/807-3300
Fax: 904/448-4363
The complete project file includes the
DRAFT Permit, the application, and
the information submitted by the
responsible official, exclusive of
confidential records under Section
403.111, F.S. Interested persons ma/
contact Christopher L. Kirts, P.E. at
the above address, or call 904-807-
3300, for additional information.
9/29 1tchg
NOTICE OF ZONING
CHANGE
The Town of Worthington Springs.
Florida proposes to change the land
use classification of the land shown in
this advertisement and as more full,
set forth in the ordinances whose title
appears below.
ORDINANCE NO: 2005-02
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TC,
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN
FIVE CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF
LAND, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION BY LES-QUE-ONE
PROVIDED FOR REZONING
FROM RESIDENTIAL SINGLE
FAMILY DISTRICT TO
COMMERCIAL WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
TOWN OF WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS, FLORIDA, REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT,
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The Town Council of Worthinaton
Springs, Florida will hold ,a public
hearing on the proposed zoning
change on the 4th day October 2005
at 7:30 p.m. The town council
meeting will be held in the
Temporary Town Hall which is
located at the Fire department on SR
121 in Worthington Springs, Florida.
At the public meeting interested
parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed ordinance:
(which contain a legal description of
the property to be rezoned) are
available for public inspection at the
Town Hall on Wednesdays from 8:00
A.M. to 4:00 P.M..
All persons are advised if they decide
to appeal any decision made at the
above hearing they will need a record
of the proceedings, for which
purposes they may need to ensure a
verbatim record of the proceeding are
made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based. The public
hearing may be continued to one or
more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised of the date,
time and place of any continuation of
the public hearing at the scheduled
hearings. No further notices
regarding the matter will be
published. Persons who require
assistance to participate in the
meeting are requested to notify the
office of the Clerk of the Town
Counsel by calling Town Hall in
Worthington Springs, Florida at 386-
496-1006 at the times set forth above
48 hours prior to the date of. the
public hearing.
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\laba.ia/M"issisppi border. It
a' made famous in the movie
'iorrest Gcump."
rhie group located a small
church ihat had been badly'
damaged :by the storm. What
\;as left of the structure had
been converted into a food
paniry. It.was also serving as
Pastor Daniel Brown's home.
Hits family's home had been
'otalled by the storm.
Bridges said people were
ikned up patiently in the streets
tir hours waiting on anything
(hey could get. Once the truck
.irived, items were handed out
,,s fast as they could be
unloaded,
According to Bridges, there
\as a real need of four main
ncms. Food, water, blankets
and pillows were looked upon
as essential items.
"People were telling us they
had been sleeping in their cars
or in tents without pillows or
blankets," said Bridges. "It
w as just any place they could
find that was dry."
After unloading the supplies'
aind seeing the need, the group-
decided to stay the night and
help minister to the needs of
;he residents. A local minister
opened up his home to the
group so it would have
lodging;
"Not only did Reverend
Davis giv6 us place to stay,
*they fed us as well," said
Bridges.
The next morning, the group
set out to cut down trees,
:emove limbs and rake yards to
help residents get their lives
.nto some semblance of
normalcy. The group left the
area that afternoon and pulled
into Union County around
midnight.
"I want to thank everyone
that donated items, money or
time to this cause," said
Bridges. "I'm very proud of
our local residents."
Bridges said he was proud to
represent the area.
"Thank you for letting me
represent our community,"
said Bridges. "It was an honor
and. pleasure to help those in
need. Please continue to pray
for these victims."
David Williams and Art
Morris are not done with their
efforts. The men will be
leaving .Friday, Sept. 30, to
once 'again'.visit the region.
They will be taking some of
the many needed supplies to
hurricane victims. They are
currently collecting blankets,
sleeping bags, tents, air
mattresses, water, .rice, soap
and cleaning supplies. If you
would like to participate or
donate, gall David or Bobbie
Williamsat(386) 496-9705.


ElIsabeth von Trapp


Marvin Griffis (left) and David Williams (right)
get ready to unload some of the supplies
brought to hurricane victims by the group.


Bruce Peterson of Pritchett Trucking stands
next to the truck donated by the company to
haul the relief supplies.


Bobbie Williams (right) helps an unnamed
Alabama resident begin to clean up debi
from Hurricane Katrina.


James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
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Bronson will
co-host farm
bill forum
Florida Agriculture
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson, will join U.S.
Department of Agriculture
(USDA) Secretary Mike
Johanns in hosting a forum in
Orlando next week to seek
input from farmers and ranchers
on assessing national farm
policy and suggestions for
improvementss.
The forum is one of many
that USDA is holding around
the country in anticipation of
,he 2007 U.S. Farm Bill. The
Orlando meeting .will take'
place at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
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Florida as the location of one
of its Farm Bill Forums, given
the diversity of our agricultural
sector," Bronson said. "I
encourage our agricultural
producers to turn out and
provide suggestions on the
specific needs of Florida
agriculture to ensure the Farm
Bill that Congress enacts in
two years will reflect those
needs."
USDA has asked that
comments provided at the
Forum focus on the following
areas:
The design of a national
farm policy to enhance U.S.
competitiveness in global
markets.
Policies that encourage
new farmers to enter farming
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In the coming months,
Bronson said he will work
with USDA and Florida's
congressional delegation to
ensure that the needs of
Florida's agricultural producers
are addressed in the Farm Bill.


The hills are'
alive With the
sound of music
'On October 14, the Alfonso
Levy Performing Arts Center
at Lake 6 City Commurnity
College will celebrated its 25th
Anniversary and kick-off its
2005-06 Lyceum Season
sponsored by First Federal
Savings Bank.
At 7:30 p.m.. vocalist
Elisabeth von, Trapp .will
perform sglectionis from her
CD, as well as timeless
wonders ,ike Rogers &
Hammerstein's "Favorite
Things" and "Edelweiss,"
soaring gospel and pop classics
like "A Whiter Shade of Pale,"
and her own stunning
compositions.
Schooled in the classical
precision of her legendary
family, the Trapp Family
Singers, whose story inspired
"The Sound of, Music,"
Elisabeth has created her own
astonishing style, ethereal and
earthy, delicate and powerful.
Often considered a cross
between Judy Collins and
Loreena McKennitt, critics
have called her voice
"hauntingly clear," '.joyfully
expressive", and "simply
beautiful." t .
Elisabeth von Trapp's voice,
as pure as Alpine light, soars
with effortless elegance from
smoky depths of' shadow to
luminous arcs of sound,
touching ou: hearts' deepest
secrets Qf love and loss,
evoking .oy:.and tears in The,
same breath.,
Season tickets are $44
general admission 6 events;
$36 seniors- LCCC' staff and
students, students from other
schools 6 events; and $105,
Family Discount Pack -;n A..
events each for .4 -family
members. Individual ticketis-
are $14 general admission, $13


( seniors, and $12' LCCC staff
and studentss, students from
other schools.;
Join _us for a celebration
d( dinner' bieore the show in
Howard Gym. Dinner includes
rIS roast be~ or chjikon, parsley
potatoes, broccoli spears,
salad, dinner rolls, beverage
and dessert. The cost for the
dinner is $7.
For season tickets,
individual tickets and/or dinner
reservations', call the box
office at (386) 754-4340. The
nce to box office is open Monday-
licies


T .WiWshes Ic. makes available
power (elerie) whwM chairs to
senior citizens od the permanently
disabled at no easttothe-recipient,
if they 'qualify. Th .power'
wheelchair 4m pavidel to those
who cannot walklnd.'cannot self-
prol a mailwl whelchair in their
home, and.who meet the additional
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Older
Americans
Act helps UC
seniors
The Older. Americans Act
pro\ ides a variety ot
services to seniors in Union
County. Home delivered
meals, nutrition education,
telephone reassurance,
recreation, health support
and congregate meals are
just some of the many
services the program offers.
For more information about
these programs, contact the
Suwannee river Economic
Council at (386) 496-2342.


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)


Happy 2nd Anniversary
Andy Raulerson
C'o my loving husband


I love you eah and every day with all my heart.
It's been two years now since we said IDo,. and we are still
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IJ stad beide you whe belong in our loig happy home.
Some people have trial to tear us apart trying to take v-
thing you worked for right from the start, tifng to destroy us
and tearusaprt, but it didn't work Can't they'll baus
we're still together and happy as can be.
It's all over now and we are still together and going strong so
maybe now they'll move o and leawe you and me alwne.
Chdr time is coming lust wait and ser be se aod do 't
like liars, greead, and thieves.
And wheC we stop ad l ad loo round you have't lost any-
thing, you still have me.
od bArugh us together to fight this fight and. Ady, my
love we aalright.
d salid h'dhe take areof us andhe's doe a gad job. e
brought us together and gave you a son. love you ,Andy, frow
the first hdlo and I'm proud to be your wife where aw we may
go.
o matter where you are my heart bdogs oyou V are a
good man. husband, and father too.
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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.

Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
Child Find at (800) 227-6036 or go
to www. nefec.org/fdlrs (click on
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UC Kids help out Katrina victims


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"' Avenue in Lake
Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
3401.


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.


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.


YMCA looking
for counslers
and volunteers
The North Central Florida
chapter of the YMCA is
looking for counslers and
volunteers for an afterschool
program it will begin
starting Thursday, August 4.
Individuals are needed from
1:45 p.m. until 6 p.m. to
work with elementary to
middle school aged
children. Training before the
program, begins will be
provided. For more
information call (904) 964-
9622.


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 SR-100 in Lake Butler.
For more information


contact Cindy
(386) 496-3044.


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victims of Hurricane
Katrina. On their own,
they decided to put
together a car wash to
help raise money. On
Sept. 10, a group of six
got together at Spires IGA
in Lake Butler to put on
the event. In the span of
just a couple of hours, the
group was able to raise
more than $200 to give to
relief funds. On Sept. 15,
they took their proceeds
to the Fighting Gator
Touchdown Club where
they presented to former
University of Florida
quarterback Danny
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a former quarterback for
the New Orleans Saints.
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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


State urging
conservation
Clay Electric Cooperative of
Keystone Heights is
encouraging its 150,000-pilis
customers in North Florida to
reduce their electricity usage
following a statewide
generating capacity advisory
issued today by the Florida
Reliability Coordinating
Council to all utilities in the
state.
The FRCC is asking
Floridians to conserve
electricity because of the
impact recent storms have had
on natural gas production in
the Gulf of Mexico. Florida
utilities receive much of their
natural gas from this region.
Seminole Electric Co-op,
which supplies wholesale


power to Clay Electric and
nine other electric co-ops in
the state, has experienced
significant cuts in natural gas
fuel supply which will force
Seminole to use back up fuel
oil supplies at its Payne Creek
Generating Station in Hardee
County.
According to the FRCC, 30


to 35 percent of the electricity
generation in Florida depends
upon natural gas as a primary
fuel.
Clay Electric is urging its
members to reduce their use of
electricity whenever possible,
until further notice. Some
conservation tips that can help
lower energy consumption


include:
> Reduce the use of air
conditioning during late
afternoons and early evenings.
Air conditioning is one of the
largest users of electricity
around the home. The easiest
way to reduce air conditioning
run times is to adjust the
thermostat up a few degrees


(for example, from 75 to 78).
> If no one is home during
the day, raise the thermostat to
82 degrees or warmer. Change
the unit's filter if it hasn't been
changed lately. This helps the
unit operate more efficiently.
> Close blinds and curtains
to keep sunlight out. Turn off
r6om air conditioners and fans


when you leave -the room.
> Reduce the use of
nonessential appliances like
dishwashers and clothes
dryers, and limit their use to
periods other than late
afternoons and early evenings.
Turn off all nonessential
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Sonny's
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Hurricane
relief
Sonny's Bar-B-Q, the'
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U.S., announced its
participation in Dine for
America Day, a nationwide
fund-raising event to support
the American Red Cross Relief
Fund and help those affected
by Hurricane Katrinra.
Restaurants across the country
are banding together to
participate in the event, slated
for Wednesday, Oct. 5.
Each participating Sonny's
franchisee will be donating
proceeds from the day's sales
aind Sonny's Franchise
Company will contribute up to
an additional $50,000 in
matching donations.
"It's important for us to
band together and help," said
Bob Yarmuth, CEO of
Sonny's Franchise Company.
"Our industry needs to step up
and be heard.. This National
Restaurant. Association
initiative does just that."
Yar-muth said the SonnN':a-
locations in the affected areas
suffered minimal damage.
Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q
was founded in' 1968 in.
Gaines' ille. by Floyd "Sonny"
Tillman. Sonny's 'has more
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years.
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maintained by students and'
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Invertebrates at the University
of Florida.


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OBITUARIES: ...


Henry J. Brown


Henry Brown
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Henry "Brownie" J. Brown, 88,
of Keystone Heights died
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005, at
Bradford Terrace Nursing Home
> in Starke, following a brief
illness.
Born in Albany, Ga. on Oct.
28, 1916, Mr. Brown moved to
Keystone Heights in 1975 from
West Palm Beach. He was of the
Baptist faith and. was
owner/operator of Brown's Paint
and Body Shop while living in
West Palm Beach. He. was a
member of the Keystone Heights
and North Palm Beach country
clubs.
Mr. Brown is survived by: his
wife of 69 years Ozie C. Brown of
Keystone Heights; two daughters
Becky Albritton .of Keystone
Heights and Palm Beach and
Fran Smith of Jupiter; five
grandchildren and 12 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Brown
were Sept. 24; 2005 in the.
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, in
Keystone Heights with family
members conducting the services.
Interment followed in Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
Memorial contributions, may
be made to Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4200 NW 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606 or
the charity of your choice.

Marilyn Buehne
STARKE Marilyn Linda
Dennison Buehne, 68, of Starke
died Wednesday. Sept. 21, 2005,
at Jacksontille Mayo Clinic
following an extended illness.
Born in Raiford on Nov. 3,
1936, Mrs Buehne moved to
. Starke in 1995 from Chicago
She was a homemaker and office
worker. She w as a member of First
United Methodist Church of
Starke and United Methodist.
W6men.
.Mrs. Buehne is survived by:
her husband of 48 years James
Lee "Jim" Buehne of Starke; a
sister K'athryn Alvarez of
Raiford; and his niece and care
giver Linda Norcross of Lake
Butler.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Buehne were Sept. 24, 2005 in
First United Methodist Church
of Starke with the Re\. Mike,
Hutcherson conducting the'
services. Interment followed in
Crosb. Lake Cemetery under the
care of Jones Funeral Home.


Robert Flory
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Robert William Flory Sr.. 47, of
Keystone Heights died Monday.
Sept. 26. 2005. at his residence.
Born in Columbia, S.C.. Mr.
Flor) mo ed to Ke. stone
Heights 12 years ago from
Orlando. He was a barbecue chef
for Country Caterers and served
in the United States Coast Guard.
Mr. FlorN is sur' ied by: his
wife Sharon Norton Flory of
Keystone Heights; a daughter
Christina Flory of Altamonte
Springs: a son Robert W. Flor% Jr
of Keystone Heights; a step-son
Charles B Lawrence of Keystone
Heights: his mother Virginia
Donahue of Keystone Heights;
three brothers, Carl C. Baker of
Orange Heights, James W Baker
of Altamonte Springs and Earle
S. Baker of Haines Cit): a sister
Cindy Sullian of Kessione
Heights; and his maternal
grandmother Odetne Brown of
Waldo.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


Jimmy Acree
BEECHGROVE, TENN.
Jimmy Acree, 40, of Beech
Grove, Tenn. died Sunday, Sept.
11, 2005, in Tennessee from
injuries sustained in a car
accident.
Born in Gainesville on April
26, 1965, Mr. Acree lived most of
his life in Melrose. He was a
member of the Kentucky and
Tennessee walking horse
associations.
Mr. Acree is survived by: his
wife Tammi Biddle Acree of
Beechgrove; two sons, Jonathan
Michael Acree and Ryan James
Acree, both of Paris, Ky.; his
mother Janet Acree of
Hawthorne; his father David
- Acree of Alachua; two brothers,
Jon Acree of Melrose and Phillip
Ledoux of Florida; a step-brother
Charles Willis of LaCrosse; and a
step-sister Gina Willis of
Jacksonville.

John Crawford
WALDO John Donohue
Crawford, 46, of Waldo died
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005, at
Shands at Alachua General
Hospital following an extended
illness.
Born in Gainesville on Nov.
26, 1958, Mr. Crawford was a
lifelong area resident. He was a
pulpwood worker and worked in
maintenance for the University
of Florida Athletic Department.
He was a member of First
') Christian Church of Hampton.
Mr. Crawford is survived by:
two daughters, Deena Crawford
and Terry Crawford, both of
Hampton.; a son John D..
Crawford Jr. of Hampton; his
mother and, step-father Margaret
and Frank Brown of Hampton;
his fiance Tammy Gillette pf
Waldo: three srsters. Donna
Adkinson of Stockbridge, Ga.,
Margaret "Peggy" Crawford of
Waldo and Rebecca Anglon qf
Gainesville; a brother Patrick
Craw ford of Waldo: and fi\-e-
grandchildren.-He--was- preceded
in death b) a sister Be'.erl\
Smith.
Funeral services for Mr.
Crawford were Sept. 23, 2005 in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
the Rev. Randy Thomas and the
Rev. Robert L. Bums conducting
the services. Interment was in
Santa Fe Cemetery in Hampton
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke.


Anthony Geiger
STARKE Anthony Cecil
"Tony" Geiger, 59, of Starke
died Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005, at
Shands at Alachua Geqera!
Hospital following a brief
illness..
Born in Gainesville on Nov.
22, 1945, Mr. Geigbr was a
lifelong resident of Bradford
County. He was disabled and was
a member of First Baptist Church.
of Starke
Mr. Geiger is survived by: his
wife 'KathN Fowler Geiger of
Starke; four daughters, LaRae
Huff of St. Petersburg, Leisha
Hodges, Jamie Garrison and
Tabitha Terry. all of Starke. a son
Timothy Geiger of Lake City; his
mother Era E\el n Walker
Geiger 'of Starke'; a sister
Charlotte Vallellanes' of
Gainesville; a brother Billy
Geiger of Starke; seven
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren
Graveside services for Mr.
Geiger %&ill be held at 10a.m. on
Friday, Sept. 30, 2005, at Crosb\
Lake Cemetery in Starke with the,
Rev. Ben Bryant conducting the
.,services. Interment will follow
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home on Thursday.
Sept. 29, 2005. from 7-9 p.m.


George Haas
MELROSE George Allen
Haas Jr., 75. of Melrose died
Friday, Sept. 23, 2005, at Shands
at UF following an extended
illness.
Born in Mobile, Ala. on Sept.
5, 1930, Mr. Haas moved to
Melrose in 1992 from
Gainesville. He was a 1953
graduate of the United States
Military Academy at West Point
and was president of Haas
Chemical Co., Inc. He was a
member of Trinity Baptist
Church in Keystone Heights.
Mr. Haas is survived by: his
wife of 10 years Bonnie Babcock
Haas of Melrose; children, Allen
Haas of Gainesville and Carol
Haas of Miami; step-children,
John Nickerson and Karen
Nickerson, both of Melrose; a
brother Daniel Ogden Haas of
Alpharetta, Ga.; and a sister
Catherine Haas Blacksher of
Mobile, Ala.
Funeral services for Mr. Haas
were Sept. 27, 2005 in Trinity
Baptist Church with Pastor James
Peoples and Pastor Scott
Stanland conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Keystone Heights Cemetery
under the care of Jones Funeral
*Home of Keystone Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made to: Trinity Baptist
Church, P.O. Box3 109 ,.
Keystone Heights, FL 32656 or
Mission of Hope, P.O. Box 8504,
Mobile, AL 36689.


Beatrice Jackson
STARKE Beatrice Pittman
"Bat" Jackson, 70, of Starke died
Friday, Sept. 23, 2.005 follow ing
a brief illness. ;. .
Born in Brooker on. Nov. 3,
1934, Mrs. Jackson lived in New
York before returning to Starke.
She was a cook at the Camp
Blanding Officers' Club and % as
a homemaker. She was a member
of Encriczer Missionary Baptist
Church where she served on the
Deaconess Board.
Mrs., Jackson is survived by:
her husband of 51 years Charles
Jackson Sr.; three daughters,
Marianne Alica McMillian,
Shaketha Jackson, Shantavia
Jackson, all of Starke; four sons,
Charles Jackson Jr., Todd
Jackson, Shaun Jackson, Roy
Shane Jackson, all of Starke.
seven sisters, Mercy V. Allen of
Detroit, Irene Marshall of St.
Petersburg. Mars Ann Williams.


Robert Havens
KEYSTONE HEIGcHTS -
Robert "Bob" Ezra Havens, 80,
of Keystone Heights died
Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005, at
Shands AGH in Gainesville
following a battle with cancer.
Born in Elmira, N.Y. on July 8,
1925, Mr. Havens moved to
Keystone Heights 18 years ago
from Breesport, N.Y. He served in
the U.S. Army during World War
II and retired as a master
electrician. He was a member of
St. Anne's Episcopal Church
where he sang in the choir. He
was past president and current
treasurer of Keystone Heights


Stamp Club and in Breesport was
a member of Masonic Lodge
#0725 and was a Boy Scout
leader.
Mr. Havens is survived by: his.
wife of 57 years Jean' Mills
Havens of Keystone Heights; a
daughter Lisa Coe of Hawthorne;
a son Scott Havens of Valrico; six
grandchildren and two great-:
grandchildren.
Private funeral services for Mr.:
Havens were held Sept. 26, 2005;
in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in.:
Keystone Heights with Father.,
Harold Ritchie conducting the,
services, Interment will follow at'
a later date in Elmira, N.Y.


Joanne Jackson, WWanda
Middleton, all of Starke.' Merriel
Jones of Ft. Lauderdale, Etta
Perkins of Clermont; three
brothers, James Pittman, Thomas
Pittman, both of Ft. Lauderdale,
and Theodore Pittman of Starke;
two step-daughters, Priscilla
Dinkins and Betsy Jackson, both
of Starke; foster children.- Janice
Mortimer of Tallahassee, Cynthia
Berry, Janet Aldridge, Aletia
Haile DeSue. Cecil Coleman, all'
of Starke; 15 grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in death by\
brothers, Willie Pittman Jr.,
Robert Pittman and Johnnie
Pittman and a sister .Pearl B.
Gillyard.
Funeral services for Mrs
"Jackson will be held at II a m.
on Saturday, Oct. 1,. 2005. in
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church %ith the Rev. James
Wilco\, pastor, the Rev. J.W
Warren. eulogist. and the Re%. J.
Mosley, conducting the services
Interment will follow. in"
Oddfellow CemeterN in Starke
under the care of Haile Funeral
Home of Starke.
Visttanon % ill be Friday, Sept.
30. 2005 at Ml. Moriah United
Methodist Church in Starke
Family hour is from 2-3 p.m.;-
friends from 41-8 p.m. Visitation
will also be at Ebenezer Church
prior to the sert ice.


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He, the family of Stacey "Dude"
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Starke man working to put TV series together


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
From cutting hair to on the
air.
Starke resident David
Holland has been a hair stylist
since the late 1970s and owns
his own salon (Hairy Business)
in Starke. He's currently also
staying busy shooting and
editing video he hopes will
become a TV series in Florida.
Holland describes Hot
Wheels Florida as a show
"about cars, bikes, trucks and
the people who own them." He
and friend Ken McKlem are
the executive producers of the
show. Both are former
photojournalists with WCJB
TV-20.
"We've been in production
for about a year," Holland
said. "We've covered tons of
stories. People probably don't
realize what goes on around
here."
For example, Holland, who
shoots and edits video footage,
said he spent a day with stunt
actors who were in Keystone
rehearsing for the movie "The
Dukes of Hazzard." He spent
five weeks at Chopper City
Customs in Jacksonville,
documenting the complete
process- of building a bike,
transporting it to Connecticut
and auctioning it off for
$76,000 to support cystic
fibrosis research.
Holland' has visited car
shows and interviewed car,
truck and motorcycle
afficionados-all within the
state of Florida.
"The good thing about Hot
Wheels Florida is it's a local
J show about local people and
clubs," Holland said.
Starke ~ ill also be included
in some of that footage.
Holland interviewed car, truck
and motorcycle .afficionados
and shot footage of motorcycle
stunt drivers and the Hot
Wheels Florida Girls on Sept.
25 on Walnut Street near Hairy
Business. The band Flashback,
which is providing music-for
the TV show, also performed
at the event, which gave
Holland a chance to produce
some footage without having
to tra el from home.
"I'm bringing iL all to me.
That mak$,.it ea ier to gather.
rup-ff1ot s, saidrcHolland.. %4who,
gave thanks to the city of
Starke and Bradford County
for their cooperation in
allowing him to pull Sunda)'s
event off.
Holland said his plan for the
30-minute show is to air it five
nights a week during a 13-
week season. He is envisioning
a late-night showing on cable,
satellite and Direct TV. His


David Holland shoots video of a stunt driver for the television series Hot Wheels
Florida.


two-year goal is for the show
to be aired throughout north '
Florida. His five-year goal is to
have the show aired
throughout the entire state
'That's quite a jump from
when Holland began dabbling
in photography as a hobby, and
that came about as a result of ,1 .-
being a hair stylist.
.Holland said he did not plan 7
on being a hair sty list at first.
He worked as a roofer and a,
mechanic after serving with .
the Navy, but those were jobs
he did not want to do the rest
of his life. Getting his hair cut
,by a friend who was a certified
stylist prompted Holland to go
to school and become certified'
himself.
"I've been doing it ever
since," Holland said. "I love it
as much today as I did the:day
I started."
If Holland had followed
some other career path, he' may
not have, gotten into David Holland dis
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"* b*2 'odd- sle "Should take 'a ".' ..s ... 'i.
picture of it.
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bought a camera, put me up a o ab I
little curtain and had me a COLLISION REPAIJ
backdrop, and started taking
pictures,of my work." Holland
said. "That's how it started." -'- *
Still photography eventually
led to video. Holland produced
a documentary on the Battle of,
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Thursday, September 29, 2005 Page 4B

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Wearing the black hat
Every disagreement doesn't result in to city coffer
putting a black hat on an opponent, although to help defra
some Starke officials feel the Florida city operation,
Municipal Power Association should be costs. Last yea
wearing one for its pricing.of electricity. S t a r k
FMPA holds an exclusive contract with transferred
Starkc. signed in 1997. to provide electrical a r o u n
power to the city for resale to local businesses $ 70 0,0 0 0
and residents. Starke and FMPA. until Without th
recently. enjoyed an excellent working transfer. th
relationship for 25 years, but the price of c i t .
electricity, largely driven by the cost of commissioner
energy (especially natural gas) is causing would have t
friction between two former business friends, raise taxes to
In fact. Starke is atllempting to find a way would have to
out 6if its long-term commitment with FMPA. subject politic
believing that it can purchase electricity at a According
lower price on the open market. FMPA priced Ledger, the
the contract termination at a cost considered problems for
to be prohibitive by the city-$23.8 million, partly to blamr
FMPA. which serves 29 municipalities from year that end
Key West to Havana, explains the expensive shows a $9.5
termination costs as Starke's pro-rata share of city lost $7
commitments made in its behalf for pro\ hiding department I
a stable and reliable source of electricity $105.85 for
through contracts and construction of new complaint is
generating plants to meet increasing demands Lakeland to 'ch
statewide. of natural gas
Also included in the $23.8 .million are the Lakeland,
estimated stranded costs of departure, that is each year fror
to say the potential financial impact to FMPA general fund
an-d- its- members resulting from Starke's 2004, Lakelan
proposed departure. this fiscal ye
Starke has an interesting history of million.
producing and transmitting electricity to city As a result
streets, homes and businesses, beginning Starke has tw
before the turn of the century in 1900. It was on board, w
one of three cities in the state with generating collective third
ability, the two others being Jacksonville and new board s
Ocala. In 1898 (maybe 1899), Lake Butler possible result
owned and operated a small generator, which I. The 15.c
it decided to sell, for whatever reason, and power from F
Starke bought the unit. It was only large communities.
enough to power street lights, possibly along cities and amo
Call Street. That small unit was the beginning year (in mega%
of Starke's power plant on east Call Street. 2,"';, Jackson%
which still contains seven large generating Starke. 19: B
uunits, only'one of which is operable. The cost customers the
to repair *or replace the generators is opfline, mahn
prohibitive, and the cost of locally produced '2. FMPA ha
electricity cannot be justified. The generators source of e
are too small and too expense to operate in production to
today's competitive market. population. TI
However, the generators and city-okned' not always ha'
distribution system enable Starke to'meet the times.
criteria for membership in FMPA, which is 3. Generaiii
restricted to municipalities with self-owned the city are t'
elec!iLQgr.ponents. .; 1%. to FPL.lines
Sometime in the distant past. hen the city not aFv, ays
charter was written or revised, city fathers connection it
included a proviso that makes it difficult for 'away, and th
present day commissioners to dispose of the terminal is abc
city-owned electric facility. The charter 4. Getting
requires a 75 percent affirmative vote by city owned land cc
voters to sell or dispose of the plant. Voter 5. Starke is
turnout in recent elections makes for little Electric Co-(
optimism that the required figure can ever be Jacksonville f
met. cooperative a
FMPA was formed Feb. 24. 1978. for the alone isn't si
avowed purpose of bringing together Florida reaffirm its rr
municipalities % ith electrical systems. but not finances in oi
necessarily generating capacity, to provide with re enues
electrical power at competitive prices. The 32 of a small cith
municipalities meeting the criteria for 6. Starke stl
membership were struggling with out-grown the magnitude
and out-dated equipment and the choice order to reac
between generating some or no power and exchange the
buying electricity on the open market. ie" the large
Today, some 27 years later. FMPA claims' Certainly il
29 of the 32 cities and towns as members. Starke and I
Fifteen of them purchase all their power from bridged by g
FMPA. and five buy a portion of their power agreement at
needs from the agency. Nine municipalities termination o
maintain membership, but do not buy any best interests
power from FMPA, and three of the 32 have ithin the cur
never joined. Starke joined FMPA about In separate
1980. former mem
Former City Clerk Neal Tucker said the board,. and N
city was a member when he was first elected director of I
to office in 1981. but the original contract is nostalgia that
filed away and cannot be easily located. Thai participants
contract was nonexclusive. and the- city, retirements, o
bought from other suppliers, principally was a sense o
GRU. n in a common
In 1997, when the new contract was signed, Let's put a
FMPA was charging $51 for 1.000 kilowatt- within the org
hours, but the cost has now climbed to $73. %\e "ant. FMI
Starke charges its residential customers formed, and
$110.30 per thousand kWh. with commercial against the thi
customers' paying even higher rates. Cla% and electric
Electric Co-op currently charges residential today. There i
customers $92.20 per thousand kWh. but will it alone is haz
increase rates $5 next month.. .
Most cities that have electrical departments
transfer some of the revenues from the utility


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Editorial Writer '


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Reader says
thank you for

library

support
Dear Editor:
The spirit of Union County
is an amazing thing to see.
This past Friday night the
Union County Public Library
held a fund -raising event at the
high school football game in
order to raise money for the,
new library building.
There are many people who
helped to make this event
successful and I would like to'
take the opportunity to thank
those who supported "Library


Night in the Jungle."
First of all, tank you to all
the Union County fans who
supported the library by
purchasing tickets, spirit items,
and dinners at the football
game. Also, a special thank you
to the following individuals
and groups who helped to
make this event possible -
Carlton Faulk and the UC
School Board, Gail
Lappalainen, Buddy Nobles
and the Tiger Football Team,
Kelly Dorsey and the UCHS
Band, Sandra Gass, Mike
Fletcher, Billy Woodington
and the QB Club,. Pam
Woodington and the UCHS
cheerleaders, Wally Mooney-
ham, Adrian Chapman, Dana


Scaff, James Redmond and the
Union County Times. WUCR
Radio, New River Public'
Library Cooperative and the
,IJC library staff.
With everyone's continued
support, we will soon see a,
new public library that will
proudly serve this community )
Mary C. Brown
Union County


Man Is a gregarious animal,
and much morn so in his
mind than in his body. He
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walk, but he hates to stand
alone In his opinions.'
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o offset the shortfall, or they
reduce the operating budget, a,
ians don't want to think about.
to the July 19 edition of The
city of Lakeland is having
which FMPA is the culprit, or
e. Three-quarters into the fiscal'
s Sept. 30, Lakeland Electrio
million loss. Records show the
7.5 million. in the electric
ast year. The city charges
1,000 kWh, but the city's
that FMPA doesn't allow
charge for the increase in the cthe
that it sells to FMPA.
like Starke, transfers mon-yv
m the electric department to 'heno
to reduce the tax burden. In
id transferred $21 million, and
ear the city will 'transfer $16

tof the recent city election,'
vonew commissioners coming
vhich may well change the
king of decision makers. The
should carefully consider the
ts of their actions.
cities that buy all their electric
MPA aren't exactly backwoods
Listed below are several of the
unt of electricity purchased last
wattss: Kissimmee. 3012; Ocala,
ille Beach, Ifs; Kevr West. 141;
ushnell. 9. FMNPA charges all
same rate: itf the price %ere out
others would d be complaining.
s provided a stable and reliable
electrical power and plans
provide for an ever growing
he open market for power mia\
ve surplus encrg\ at peak usage

ng power and getting power to
.o different situations,. and the
.q urrentjy t'eeding-he city mat.
be a'a% ilable. The nearet'i
GRU is ahout e' en mile,;
ie cost to connect with that
out a $1 million a mile.
right-of-way across privately
would take many months.
an island, surrounded by Clay
op, FPL, GRU and maybe
Electric. Its strength lies in a
agreement; attempting to stand-
mnart.:The hew board should
membership in FMPA. put city
rder by matching expenditures
. arid recognize the limitations

hands on the threshold of grow th
e of which isn't vet know n. In
h its potential. the city music
provincial thinking of today to
*r picture of tomorrow.
ihe schism between the city of
FMPA isn't too broad to be
ood faith negotiations seeking
ind understanding rather than
f a long-term contract. Starke's
can be served by working
rent agreement.
conversations with Tucker. a
ber of the FMPA. executive
lark McCain, public relations
FMPA, I detected a note ot
the camaraderie of the original
no longer exists because of
r politics in past years. There
of belonging and of cooperation
cause that is no longer present.
iway the black hat and work
;anization to effect the change .
PA w as a good idea when it was
remains an excellent hedge
ree powerful electric companies
co-ops that dominate the state
s strength in organization; it go
ardous.


Did you know as you walk
up the steps to the building
which houses the U.S. Supreme
Court you can see near the top
of the building a row of the
world's law givers and each
one is facing one in the middle
who is facing forward with a
full frontal view. It is Moses
/and he is holding the Ten
Commandments.
As you enter the Supreme
Court courtroom, the two huge
'oak doors: have the Ten
Commandments engraved on
each lower portion of each
door.
As you sit in the courtroom.
you can see the wall right
above where the Supreme
Court judges sit a display of
the Ten Commandments'.
Every session of Congress'
begins with a prayer by a paid


Starke CC to,
meet Oct. 4
The next meeting of the
Starke City Commission will
be Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m.'
The meeting is at city hall
and is open to the public. An
agenda is available in advance
in the office -of the city clerk.
For more information, call
(904) 964-5027.


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preacher, whose salary has been
paid by the taxpayers since
1777.
Fifty-two of the fifty-five
founders, of the Constitution
were members of the
established orthodox churches
in the colonies. '
How have we gotten to the
point that everything we have
done for 220 years in this
country is now suddenly
unconstitutional? Let's put' it
around the world and let the
world see and remember what
this great country was built on.
It's' time the silent majority
tells the loud'minority to sit
down and: shut up, Jesus
cleaned the Temple, maybe.
Christians should unite and
clean house in Washington.
Dorothy Burger
Hampton


Lawtey will

meet Oct. 3
The Lawtey City Council
will meet at 7 p.m. on
Monday, Oct. 3. The meetings
are held at Lawtey City Hall.
Meetings are open to the
public, and an agenda is
available in advance. For more
information, call (904) 782-
3454.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR .

S support your seems that the buck stops with inspiration for me in life.Yet, I
local teachers the teachers and that we are the can name several teachers
l0CalteaCherS sole section of society with whom I loved and admired.
Dear Editor: any responsibility for anything. growing up. I even had a few
I come from a long line of Certainly everyone else is college professors who were
teachers. My parents were trying to avoid any kind of inspirational.
teachers and four of my aunts responsibility. But due to a Granted I am from a long-ago
and uncles were teachers. lack of clout or time to speak era when women could only
Looking for adventure, I, on out, teachers end up being choose be teachers, nurses or
the other hand, was determined responsible for the rise and fall secretaries. Now there are so
not to teach. However, the siren of our society. I thought it many more career choices for
call of working with children took a whole village to raise a- women. But, thank goodness,
finally drew me in at the ripe child, but apparently it just men and women still choose to
old age of 32. takes teachers. be teachers.
Now, as a veteran teacher of The last visage of hope for So, take time to thank a
23 years I feel the frustration of our society is, its teachers. After teacher for a job well done. I
not having time to teach due to all, where do the doctors, treasure most my notes of
the increased paperwork and lawyers aind legislators get thanks from parents and
testing requirements. their education? Who promotes children. And the best
I know many good teachers the.arts and teaches history so compliment of all is when a
who have left the profession we do not repeat past mistakes? former student becomes' a
because of the increasing Teachers of course. There is a teacher. Then I know that
demands on their time with line of thought that says teachers along the way have
little increase in pay. If there is technology is the answer to all encouraged and inspired and
one thing legislators should our educational ills. In fact nurtured a young person who
know it is that laws do not more money goes into also had a love of learning and
make better teachers. technology than- increasing teaching children.
If I hear, "By law teachers teachers' salaries Frankly, I Gayle Anne Bone
are required to..." one more never felt in love with any of Melrose
time I think I will scream. It my computers nor were they an


Open letter to extension director. She is a We, as the advisory
person whq can and will make committee, have seen and heard
Bradford the hard decisions that are six applicants for this position
necessary to run this office. and Butterfield has been as
County She. has had a large part in qualified as some and more
Keeping our office friendly and qualified than most. She has
COmmissioners efficiently run. worked in this office for more
Dear Editor. Yes, we need an agriculture than five years and has a better
As an active 4-H'Leader and agent but with Butterfield, as .understanding of our county
member of the advisory CED/4-H agent, and her staff; and our office than any of the
committee, Iwould like to Wendy Burton, livestock agent, other five.
commend that you consider and Kimberly Paul. secretary, I highly recommend that you
offering the position of county they can handle everything that do not drag this out by re-
extension director to Judy comes up, as they have done ad,,ertising this position for a
Butterfield. the past year. Then you can third time.
She has been a real asset to advertise for the position of To me, this leaves our
our 4-H program and I believe county agriculture agent and extension office in limbo for
she will do the same as our the office can be complete. another year and is a waste of
extension director/4-H agent.' In closing let me also add our county's money when we
She has proven herself to this that, over this past year the have a very competent. and
count in many. wa s. position for CED has been proven applicant in the person
She' is a ery organized and advertised two times and on of Judy Butterfield.
professional person and has one occasion the deadline was Gwen LaFollette
done a great job this past yee.. extended because a third Starke
as our "acting" county applicant was needed.

l UI car and may or may not have officers he has.
Sr ICbodily coverage, so they are How many lights do we
basically interested in the car. have on 301? How many police
cameras are Get two or three of these do we have on duty?
tickets in a year and see what it Is he planning on cutting
puton the does to your insurance rates. back on the number of men on
Pot What if the ticket is mailed the police force? How many
SPO to you and it does not get police cars do we have sitting
Dear.Editor: delivered to your mail box?.. idle? .Go by the police station_.
SIn response to the statement Since you didn't know you got and take aake a look at how many
made by Police Chief Gordon d ticket, you won't apipear,- ot police cars are in the parking
Smith in the Telegraph about pay the fine. lot at any given time.
bringing traffic cameras' to If you don't appear it makes Now I suppose anything that
Starke, he stated that it would you an FTA (failed to appear).. will generate money in the
not take points away and Now you have' another fine, public coffers would be.
would average around $100 per and how high will that go? If welcomed by our politicians
ticket. you don't have to appear but but do you really want to deal
Sounds simple doesn't it? still don't pay the fine because with this headache and added
Well for those of you with you didn't know about it, what financial burden that is about
access to a computer I strongly will that do for you? I am sure to be put upon us?
suggest that you go to the law has some kind of As for a problem with
wwv%.highwayrobbery.net and monetary penalty for that also. people running red lights,
check out this nightmare. What about the problems maybe we should send our
Picture this scenario, your with the cameras themselves? police force to Lawtey to learn
wife' and or your kids go to There are problems with the how to write tickets. Especially
town and enter the yellow light right and left turns. There are since I called the police station
'but before they clear the road' problems with the calibrations Sept. 27 and was told our
to the other side the light turns of the yellow lights. What police persons have a problem
red. Barn. you get a ticket about "late time tickets"? Who with being able to write a
because it's your car; You say is going to see to the ticket that will not be thrown
it's not me driving. calibration of the lights? The out of court.
Do you think the instance 'camera company? So let your voices be heard
company, will care who is Well I wonder whose now on this issue before they
driving? interest they have at heart. How sign a long-term contract that
Do you not think this often will the calibrations be will add one more headache to
information will be shared with checked? your daily life.
insurance companies who will How do we avoid this DeeStoner
gladly drive up your rates? impending nightmare? We tell Starke
After all you are insuring the the police chief to utilize the


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One nation under
God is not
unconstitutional
Dear Editor: "
There ar, Bible verses etched
in stone all over the Federal
buildings and Monuments in
Washington D.C.
James Madison, the fourth
president, know as the father of
our Constitution made the
following statement. "We have
staked the whole of all our
political institutions upon the
capacity of mankind for self
government, upon the capacity
of each and all of us to govern
ourselves, to control ourselves,
to sustain ourselves according
to the Ten Commandments of
God."
Patrick Henry, that patriot
and founding father our
country said, "It cannot be
emphasized to strongly or to
often that this great nation was
founded not by religionists but
by Christians, not on religions
but on the Gospel of Jesus
Christ.",
Thomas 'Jefferson worried
that the courts would overstep
their authority and instead of
interpreting the law would
begin making law. Anoligarchy
the rule of a few over many.
The first Supreme Court
Justice John Jay, said:
"Americans should select and
prefer Christians as their
rulers,"


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Sept. 29, 2005 TELEGRAPH, TIMES &MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


Jessica Danielle Elixson
and Terry Lee Cutford Jr.


Elixson and
Cutford to
wed Oct. 1
.Mr. and Mrs. Johnny G.
Elixson. of Lake Butler
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Jessica Danielle Elixson, to
Terry Lee Cuiford Jr., son of
Terry and Glenda Cuiford of
Lake Ciiy.
The bride-elect graduated
from Union County High
School in 1997 and from.City
College in Gainestille in 2003
with a degree in allied health.
She is a Certified Medical
Assistant.
The g.room-elect is a 1996
graduate of Columbia County
High School and is employed
by New Millennium in Lake
City.
The ceremony will take
place on Saturday, Oct., 1,
2005, at 2 p.m.-in New Life
Christian Fello%..h-ip--ai 422
SW Baya Dr. in Lake City.
A reception will follow at
the Lake City'Women's Club.
No local invitations were,
mailed. All family and friends
are invited.


Ki thy-Yeyetta Jones
and Ricky Antonio Farmer


Jones and
Farmer to wed
Clarence and Annie Bell
Griffin of Lake Butler
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Kimith Yevettia Jones, to
SRick, Antonio Farmer of
Jacksonville.'son of Flora
Mitchell of Jacksonville and
Albert Farmer of Lake City.
The bride-elect is employed
by Blue Cross Blue Shield.
The groom-elect is a
fabricator at SMI Joist.
The wedding %\ill take place
on Oct. S. 2005 at Elizabeth
Baptist Church of Lake Butler.


Lindsay Marie Wynn and
Michael Scott Sanguine

Wynn and
Sanguine to
wed Oct. 15
Steve and Cheryl Wynn of
Starke announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Lindsay Marie Wynn; to
Michael Scott Sanguine of
Gainesville, son of Terez
Sanguine of Phoenix, Ariz.
The bride-elect is a 2001
graduate of Bradford High
School. She is currently
attending Santa Fe
Community College and is
working at Love N 'Care
Preschool in Gainesville. She
attends Sampson City Church
of God.
The groom-elect is a 1998
graduate of Coronado High
School in Scottsdale, Ariz. He
earned an international
business degree from the
University of Florida in 2003
and is employed by Zeno
Office Solutions in Gainesville.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005, at 5
p.m. in Sampson City Church
of God.
A by in station only
reception %kill follow in
Savannah Grande in
Gainesville.
Invitations hae been mailed.


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Nevaeh Skyler Martin
Nevaeh
Martin
Kiera Lindsay and Rickey
Martin of Starke announce the
birth of their daughter, Nevaeh
Skyler Martin, on Sept. 16,
2005 in Gainesville. She
weighed 6 pounds. 7 ounces
and measured 19 inches in
length.
Maternal grandparents are
Vera Hurd and Jimmy Barnes
of Jacksonville.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Ilean and Howard Roberts
of Bonita Springs. N
Paternal grandparents are
Linda and Rick Martin. of
Starke.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Shirley House and Barbara
Kees of Starke.

David Hinds
Kelli Haight and David
Hinds of Graham announcee the
birth of their son, David Daniel
.Hinds Jr., on Aug. .21,.2005 at
the Women's Center in
Gainesville.
David weighed 9 pounds. 3
ounces and mtasured 22
inches' in length. He joins three
sisters, 4-year-old Chasiti, 3-
\ear-old De;rini and 2-year-old
Triniti.
Maternal grandparents are'
Denise and \\a\ne Haight of
Graham.
Paternal grandparents are
Brenda and Kenneth Hinds of
Lake Butler.


Bembry and Hines are engaged


Bill and Clara Bembry ot
High Springs announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Kimi Bembr\. to Derrick
Hines. son ot Jean Hine" ot
High Springs and the late Chris
. Hines.
S- Thin e .-bride-,elect-" is- the'
granddaughter of Faye Buie of
High Springs and the laeic
George Buie and the late R.J.
and Alice Bembry of Alachua.
She is a graduate of Santa Fe
SHigh School (SFHS) and
.University of Florida. She is
employed b) Dibros Corp. in
Jonesville.
The groom-elect is the
grandson of J.L. and June
Townsend and the late Emma
Belle Townsend of Chiefland
and Murrel and Betty Jo Hines
of High Springs. He. is a
graduate of SFHS and Santa
Fe Community College
electrical apprenticeship
program. He is self-employed
by Hines Construction and
Sitex\ork in High Springs.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday. Nov. 5, 2005 at 6


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Kimi Bembry and
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Church.
reception ill
immediately toll, the
ceremony' at \kaccasassa
Plantation in Branlord.
No local in'\ stations Lill be
mailed. All friends and family\
are invited.


The Alachua Count,
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free mam-
mograms and annual pap smears to
women 50 and older who have little
or no health insurance. Hours.
Mon.-Thurs., 8-30 a m -5 p.m
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Oct. 9
You don't have to get wet to
learn about the wonders oL -.
water. At the Santa Fe
Community College Teaching
Zoo Fall Open House,
children's games, crafts and fact
boards will focus on water's
importance to wildlife.
On Sunday, Oct. 9. visitors
will tour the zoo from 10 a.m.-
2 p.m. at its free open house at
the college's Northwest
Campus, 3000 NW 83rd-St. in
Gainesville.
The public is in itecd.


Alvarez family
reunion set
for Oct. 8
A family reunion of the
descendants of Joseph "Jos6"
and Juana Barbee Alvarez will
be held on Salurday. Oct. 9, at
Northside Baplist Church on
SR-16 in the Fellowship Hall.
Friends,and family\ member
should bring covered dishes,
desserts and lea or drinks.
Lunch will be scricd at aboul
12:30 p.m.
Ealing and drinking ulensil,
will be prmi ided. .
For information. call 9114-
964-9203.


Clark family
to have
reunion
Oct. 8
The descendants of Willie
Lloyd and Polly Elizabeth
Luke Clark will have a family
reunion on Saturday, Oct. 8.
The reunion will be held at
the Lulu Community Center on
SR-100.
The reunion will begin at
noon. All family and friends
are invited.
For information, call Freda'
Clark-Kellman at (904) 771-
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6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
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Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM, at
the comer of Orange and Call
streets, in Starke has slated commu-
nications on the second and fourth
Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
and a covered dish dinner on the
second Monday at 6:30 p.m.
The Bradford County Veteran
Service Officer da\ s of service are
Tuesday and Friday s, from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. For inquiries, please call
(904) 966-6385.
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ties will be posted at no charge at
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may be picked up at the Bradford
Executive Center at 113 E Call
Street in Starke. '


UCTI. I
Descendants of Joe E. and
Alma Starling and Jimmy and
Dolly Starling will have a
reuniht oni-Saturday, Oct. 1, at
the Community Center in Lake
Butler. Directional signs will
be posted.
Lunch will be served around
noon. Family and friends
should bring a covered dish,
dessert or tea/drinks and a
favorite recipe.
Information for the family
tree program will be updated
and family pictures can be
scanned.
Set-up for the room will
begin about 10 a.m.
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Lawtey man
Sgts prison
time for rape
A 28-year-old Lawtey man
was sentenced to serve prison
time after a jury found him
guilty of raping an elderly
woman in'May 2004.
Gary Laveme Burch Jr.'was.
on trial last week for sexual
battery and burglary with
intent to battery. The jury
deliberated until' midnight on
Friday and returned at 9:30
a.m. on Saturday before
rendering a guilty verdict at
noon.
Judge James Nilon sentenced
Burch to the Department of
Corrections for 50 years:
Burch was arrested June 2 for
questioning in connection with
the May 29 rape of a 73-.ear-
old woman from Lawte.
Entering through a windo'.,
Burch raped the woman in her
bedroom. He told her to "hush"
or he would kill her. according
to Investigator Lt. Kenneth R.
Hinds Jr. (The victim was
treated at a Gainesville hospital
and released.) E idence at the
scene, which xwas processed b)
Florida Department of Law:
Enforcement's lab. gale a
positive match to Burch.
When confronted by the
e% idence. Burch confessed to
the crime. No apparent reason
was given for the attack,
according to Lt. Hinds. Burch'
lived in the same neighborhood
as the victim m and knew she
was alone. Burch left: the
S victim's home without
stealing or asking for-
anything, Lt. Hinds said.

Melrose man
charged with


theft of
lottery
tickets
A 27-year-old Melrose man
in custodN for thefts in the
Keystone Heights area has
been charged with the Sept. 9
burglar, at Nick's Quick Stop
in Melrose.
David Carl Gatlin is charged
with entering the business bN.
removing the air conditioning
unit and dcucuhataas-attached
ib the "Bdsiness and crawlirtg
through the hole %%here the
duct was fed into the building.
Once inside the business,
Gatlin removed $1.900 in
lottery tickets from the lottery
display, $724 in cash, $205 in
rolled coins from a filing
cabinet. $699 cash from a cigar
box and'25 $1 bills. Six 20-
pack containers of beer were
also stolen from the store, Det.
Smith said. Total value of the
theft was $2,870.
Gatlin %\as arrested Sept. 12
on charges of burglary.
burglar) to conveyances and
grand theft. He ws charged
with stealing four batteries
from vehicles, a VHS radio
from a boat and two CD
players, Del. Smith said. The
thefts occurred Sept. 2 at
Tony's 4.x4. Value of the
stolen items %was $410. He was
Also charged with stealing a
leaf blower and a small air
compressor from a garage on
Rose Lane. Gatlin advised that
d he and a co-defendant sold the
items. valued at $1,300, for
S rack cocaine, Det. Smith said.
S Gatlin was again charged
Sept. 19 with burglary and
grand theft. He is charged w ith
entering a home on Lakeiew


Street where he took a large
sum of money from the
Victim's wallet, Det. Smith
said.
During the month of
September, investigators
charged Gatlin. with home
burglaries, auto burglaries and
thefts from soda vending
machines, Det. Smith said.
A co-defendant, John
Bennett, was also arrested with
Gatlin in connection to the
home and auto burglaries, but
not the lottery tickets or
vending machine theft, Det.
Smith said.

Credit union
burglarized
Sept. 25
In the early morning hours
of Sunday, a Starke credit
union was burglarized with
suspects stealing ..more than
$40,000.
The alarm, system and the
telephone lines were cut before.
Sthe suspects entered the
business at 2:20 a.m. Once
inside the business, the
'suspects turned the cameras
before bre making into the safe,
ATM machine and teller
drawers. Lt. Barr. Warren said.
Thp break-in at the Florida:
Credit Union in the Deerfoot
Village Shopping Plaza on
: tU.S. 301 wouldd hade gone
,unnoticed until Monday. A
nearby, business that opened
SSunday, morning found they
had no telephone service. After
discovering the cut lines
outside the building they called
police, Lt. Warren said.
The surveillance cameras
caught at least two men, both
Nearing dark clothing, inside.
the building One of the
suspects. ith his hood
removed, is looking into a
camera, Lt. Warren said.
Police are looking at
suspects linked to similar cases
of recent break-ins at credit
unions in Du\al County.

Three
arrested at
George's Bar
Three area men were arrested
Sept. 24 at George's Bar on
S.R. 16 near Starke.
1 1o9.E'. '.Lamb.- 26, and
Chad NM. Ellis, 21. both of
Lake Butler. were charged w ith
battery. During an argument
the two men started striking
each other. They ukere separated
and placed under arrest.


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according to Deputy B.D.
Morgan.
During the altercation the
deputy proceeded to close the
establishment and get
everybody to leave. Russell.
Griffis, 30, of Starke was
instructed several times to
leave but refused. He was
arrested at 2 a.m. by. Deputy
Morgan and charged with-
trespassing after warning. He
was released from custody' after.
a $1,000 surety bond was
posted.
Lamb and Ellis were released.
after $ 1,000 surety bonds were:
posted for each of them. ,

Union men
arrested for
resisting
A 27-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested Sept. 25 for
resisting and assaulting a law
enforcement officer.
Tony Ervin Paytee was with
se eral other subjects at a
residence where deputies
responded to a battery at 1:40
a.m., according to': Deputy,
Robert Manning. Paytee
appeared to be agitated,:
hollering he was going to get
someone, 1 Deputy Manning
said. He w.as told not to lea'e,
but while the deputy had his
hand on the driver's side door.
Paytee put the Nehicle in drive
and sped away, nearly running
over the deputy 's foot.
Deputy Manning- got into,
his vehicle and attempted to
catch Paytee, ordering him to.
stop. Paytee jumped from his
vehicle and starting cursing at
the deputy, Deputy Manning
said. :
s. He. was told he would be
'subdued %ith a Taser itf he did
notcomply, at which time he
placed his hands behind his
back and was transported to
jail, here he %%as charged with:
\ehicular assault on a police
officer and resisting a lawful
order, Deputy Manning said.
At 10:50 p.m. deputies were
advised there was a
continuation of the incident in
the same area.
Alex Sebastian Paytee. 25.
Instead he sit down on the
porch of the apartment where
he was again ordered to lea'e
or go inside, Deputy Manning
said. -
Parvee snatched a%\a% from
the deputy when told he was
under arrest for resisting the
order. Paytee was advised he
would be subdued with a Taser
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behind his back and was
handcuffed. Paytee was charged
with resisting without
violence, Deputy Manning
said.

Man charged
with hitting
victim with
beer bottle.
A 32-year-old man was
arrested Sept. 21 for breaking a
beer bottle on the victim's
elbow. -
Willie- Robinson Jr. was
charged aggravated battery with
a deadly weapon, according to
.Deputy 'Brett. Handley.
Responding to a fight in
progress on Southwest Eighth
Avenue Sept. 20 at 10:20
p.m., deputies found the
victim with his left arm
covered in blood. The victim
stated Robinson had struck
him with a beer bottle that
broke on irripact, Deputy
Handley said, Robinson, was
heavily intoxicated and unable
to make any sense. He was
taken into custody, Deputy
Handley said.
The victim was transported
to Lake. Butler Hospital where
.he received stitches, Deputy
Handley said. X-ray results of
his arm were not '-included in
the report.

Middleburg
man killed in
crash
A 27-year-old Middleburg
man died from injuries he
received %hen his motorcycle
was struck Sept. 20.
Clarence. E. Longstreth,
driving. *a 2002 Harley
Davidson, was westbound on
S.R. 230 -at 11:07 p.m.,
according to Trooper M. Elder.
A. 1993 Saturn, driven by
NiMontague Strickland. was
eastbound on S.R. 230.
Strickland swerved his Saturn
in an attempt to miss an
unidentified object in the
roadway and trav\elled off the
roadkwa. and onto the shoulder,
Trooper Elder said. When he
attempted to correct the


vehicle, Strickland's Chevrolet
crossed the two lanes, striking
the Harley.
Longstreth suffered fatal
injuries as a result of being
struck by the Saturn, Trooper
Elder said.
Charges are pending in the
Clay County crash.
Strickland,. 18, of Archer
was not injured. Total damages
were estimated at $14,000.

Four injured
in noon crash
on S.R. 100
A two-vehicle crash Sept. 21
south of Keystone Heights on
S.R. 100 sent one of the
drivers to a Gainesville
hospital in serious condition;
Allen Wooten, driver of a
2000 Chevrolet, was


northbound on S.R. 100,
according to Trooper S.P.
Allain. Stephen Michael,
driving a 2002 .Kia, was,'
southbound. Trooper Allain
said. Wooten lost control on
the wet roadway and started to
spin before crossing into the
southbound lane. The Kia
struck the driver's door of the
Chevy. Wooten, 23, of Orange
Park was seriously injured,'.
Trooper Allain said.
Michael, 24, of Keystone
Heights and passengers Gabel
Castaneda, 5, of Orange Park
and Joshua Ritter, .19, of
Lawtey were all listed as
receiving injuries. No hospital
information was available
however.
Charges are pending. further
investigation. Total damages
were estimated at $16,000 in
the 1 p.m. crash.


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Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
Individuals arrested recently
by local law enforcement
officers in Bradford, Clay
(Keystone Heights area) or
Union County included the
following:
Jason Anthony Green, 27, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 19 by
Starke Sgt. Robert Melton for
domestic' battery and violation
of probation. Green is charged
with grabbing and pushing the
victim during an argument,
Sgt. Melton said. Bond was set
at $1,000.
Daniel Micah Morgan, 25,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 20
by Starke Lt. Barry K. Warren
for domestic battery. Morgan
is charged with repeatedly
striking the victim, causing
contusions to her body, Lt.
Warren said. Morgan was taken
into custody at 4 a.m.,
additionally charged on a
warrant. with driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS). Total bond was set at
$7,500.
Gary Galry Williams, 38, of
Lake Btitler was arrested Sept.--
25 by Union Deputy Ken
Smith for resisting an officer
with violence and disorderly
intoxication, At 2 a.m..
deputies responded to an
assault call on. Southwest
Eighth Street. Williams was
outside his residence, where he
said someone was knocking on,
his window, Deputy Smith
said. He had a strong ofdo f
an alcoholic beverage about his
person and was unsteady. He'
refused to return to his home
and became very
.argumentative. He was placed
under arrest but became
'combative and attempted to
strike the deputy with his fist.
After a brief struggle,
Williams was handcuffed and
transported to the county jail.
Alexander Paul Waldron Sr.,
26, of Worthington Springs
was arrested Sept. 25 by Union
Deputy Donny Jones for
burglary of conveyance,.
burglary and disorderly
intoxication. Waldron is
charged with attempting to get
into cars and begging for-
,money. He was extremely
intoxicated and became
belligerent during attempts to
talk to him. Deputy Jones
said. He had earlier attempted
: to enter a house by a rear
window, Deputy Jones said.
Kevin Jenkins, 27,"of Starke
was arrested Sept. 20 by Starke
Officer Matthew Watson for
domestic battery and false
imprisonment.
Kindal Bryan Mobley, 28, of
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 23
by Bradford Deputy Joseph
Jones for battery domestic- and
false imprisonment. Mobley is
charged with grabbing ihe
victim during an argument
-when she tried to leave,
Deputy Jones said. He pinned
her against the seat of her car'
by her shoulders. Deputy Jones
said. When she started to yell
for help, Mobley let her go.A A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Linda Elliot, 40, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 22 by Starke
SOfficer Keith Parker for
disorderly conduct. She was


released after a $500 surety
bond was posted..
Dawnya K. Mosley, 19, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 25 by
Starke Officer Jessie Small for
retail theft. Mosley was seen
concealing a bottle of
vitamins, valued at $6.89, and
attempting to leave Winn
Dixie without paying, Officer
Small said. Bond was set at
$500.
Ralph Adolph Thomas, 45,
of High Springs was arrested
Sept. 23'by Bradford Deputy
Joseph Jones on a writ of
bodily attachment from
Alachua County. He ,may
purge by paying $1,100.
William Bradley, 21, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 20 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
violation of probation battery.
James Nettles, 45, of
Macclenny was arrested Sept.
20 by Sgt.. Melton on a
warrant for violation of
probation obtaining controlled
substance. He was transported
to Clay County.
Randy Kilby, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 21 by Bradford Deputy
David Thompson for violation
of probation burglary, of
dwelling sale.and. possession
of drug paraphernalia.

Charles Barnes, 22, of
.Starke was arrested Sept. 21 by
Starke Officer Paul King for
violation of probation lewd and
lascivious and domestic
battery. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Lillian Jenkins, 53. of
Starke was arrested Sept. 21I by
probation officers for violation
of probation aggravated
assault.
Edwin Baker. 18, of Starke
was arrested .Sept. 21 by
probation officers for violationn
of probation felony battery.
Dana Gail Etienne. 19, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 24 by
Starke Officer William Murray
for failure to appear worthless
checks. Total bond was set at
$8,000.

Danny Morris, ,44, of St.
Augustine was arrested Sept.
22 for violation of probation
worthless check. Bond was set
at $1,000.
Sandra Florer, 40, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 22 for fraud
personal identification. Bond
was set at $25,000.
Fayon D. Hawkins. 46, of
Gainesville was arrested Sept.
25 by Deputy Luke on a
warrant for violation of
probation for controlled
substance. She was released on
her own recognizance by Judge
David Giant.
Daniel Reese, 19,. of Starke
was arrested Sept. 22 by Clay


deputies for violation of
probation domestic battery.
James Goode, 25, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 22 for
failure to appear violation of
probation possession of
marijuana and drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$5,000.
James Owen, 37, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept..
22 by. Jacksonville officers, on
a Bradford warrant for violation
of probation.
Joe Alan Prevatt, 40, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 21 by
Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson on
a warrant for grand theft motor
vehicle parts. Bond was set at
$5,000. Prevatt remains in the
Department of Corrections
(DOC).
Larry N. Holland, .55, of
Raiford was arrested Sept. 21
by Lt. Tomlinson on a warrant
for escape. Holland remains in
DOC.
Solomon Jones, 41, of
Pinchgut was arrested Sept. 21
by Union Deputy Robert T.
Manning on a writ, for
contempt of court. He may
purge by paying $662.
John Edward Sanders, 21, of-
Lake City was arrested Sept.
.26 by Lt. Tomlinson on -a
warrant for violation of
probation with no bond.
Mario Maurice Williams,
22, of Raiford was arrested
Sept. 22 by Lt. Tomlinson on
a capias for battery on officer.
He was released back to DOC.
Christopher Dewayne
Alexander, 33, -of Lake Butler
was :arrested Sept. 22 by.-Lt.--
Tomlinson on a capias for
failure-to appear. Bond was set
at $15,000. He was released on
his own recognizance by Judge
Stan Morris.
Joel Rodriguez. 24, was
arrested Sept 21 by Lt.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
possession of. controlled
substance and smuggling
contraband into prison inmates
with no bond. Rodriguez was
returned to DOC.

Traffic
Cuartis Armstrong, 52; of -
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 20
by Starke Officer Thomas
Murrow for driving while
under the influence (DI)UlI.
Armstrong's blood-alcohol
level was .065 percent when
his vehicle was stopped on,
U.S. 301 at 2:31 ;a.m. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release.
Deborah Harley, 27, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 25 by
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
Jr. for DUI. Her blood-alcohol
level was .039 when her
vehicle was stopped on C.R.
233 at 2:37 a m She was
released on her own
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Michelle J. Best, 44, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 21 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
for DUI. Best refused testing
when her 1993 Jeep was
stopped on S.R. 100 at 2:18
a.m. She was released after a
$2,000 surety bond was
posted.
Edward Griffis, 27, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 19 by
Deputy Moore for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS). A $500 cash
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Richard Westenberger, 25, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 22 by
Lawtey Officer Padgett for
DWLS. He was released after a
$5,000 surety bond was
posted.

Jorge Torres Figueroa, 73,
of Lawtey was arrested Sept.
24 by Florida Highway Patrol
(FHP) Trooper M.D. Childress
for DWLS and on a warrant for
DWLS. Figueroa's vehicle was
stopped, at a checkpoint. He
stated he did not have a license
and was placed under arrest.
Toial bond v. us -,et at $8.500.

Vernold Williams, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
22 by Starke Officer J.W.
Hooper for no valid driver's
license. (NVDL). A .$500
.,uretl bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Lawrence Albert Bo\le III,
18, of Lake Butler a\as arrested
Sept. 21 -by FI-P Trooper
M.E. Birchard for N-VDL and
careless driving. While
investigating a1, to-\ehicle
crash on S.R. 100, Bo\le was
Jound withou 4a valid license
and -\as placed under arrest,- .
David McSpadden, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
20 by Bradford Deputy James
Cedar for violation of
probation DW\LS.
Frank Dee Williams Jr., 29,
of Hampton was arrested Sept.
.24 by Deputy Moore for
failure to appear DWLS. Bond
was set at $3,000.
Charles Ledbetter, 46, of
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 26
by ClaN deputies on a warrant
for failure to appear first degree
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The Florida Highway Patrol
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Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
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troopers will concentrate their
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,In addition, attention will be
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'Daughters
plan first

meeting
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National
Socie(t Daughters of the
.-American Rebolution will
meet Monday. Oct. 3. at 10:15
a.m. at the Western Steer Steak
House in Starke. After the
meeting those who wish to will
stay and enjoy lunch and a
time of fellowship.
This %will be the first meeting
of the year and members will
be catching up on their
summer activities and


laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.

Union County
CR-238 and SR-238 west of
Lake Butler, SR-121 in
Raiford, north of Raiford and
in Worthington Springs, CR-16
West of Starke, CR- 18 west of
Worthington Springs, SR-231
south of Lake Butler, CR-229
north of SR-121, CR-231
Bradford/Union line.

Bradford County.
SR-230 east of Starke, CR-
100A east of Starke, CR-231
in Brooker. CR-225 west of
Lawtev, CR-225' at CR-227,
CR-229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, CR-221 in
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discussing the events and
issues for the coming year.
There will also be a short
program.
The group cordiall inites
all women to attend whose:-
ancestors aided in achieving
American independence.
Come learn about the National
Society Daughters of the
American Revolution and their
historical, educational and
patriotic activities.
We look forward to seeing
you there.

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SUnlike shows like
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Holland said that's an easy
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I've just got so much I can do
and there is more out there."
Though Holland used this
past Sunday's event in Starke
as a means of shooting footage
for the 'show, when he does
take to the road, he does not
have to go far to gather stories.
"Within a 100-mile radius
there, are tons of stories to
cover," Holland said.
For example, Holland said
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Adam Gaskins and the Cable
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which Gaskins manages. The
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No matter what type of
vehicle Holland profiles, his-
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Bradford

resumes

play against

Bolles

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford football
team's next opponent ro-led--
through Class 3A last year.
claiming the state
championship with a perfect
record.
Now, the Tornadoes will
have to go through that same
team if they want to win their
own district in Class 2A.
Bradford travels to
Jacksonville to take on the
Bolles Bulldogs, the top-
ranked 2A team in the state,
Friday, Sept. 30, at 7:30 p.m.
Both teams are coming off
of open dates, with Bolles
bringing a 4-0 record into the
game. The Bulldogs have not
lost a eaime since the Class 3A
title game in 2003, going 18-0
during that span.
Besides a hard-fought 21-14
win over Clay. Bolles has had
an easy time with its
opponents this- season. The
Bulldogs opened the season by
defeating West Gadsden and
'Lake Highland Prep by a
combined score of 116-7 and
picked up their first district
win by defeating Keystone
Heights 58-7.
.... It was Bolles' passing
offense that-hurt-Keystonethe


most. Quarterbacks Randy
Hardin and Alex Hepler
combined to pasT Tor-302
,ards, with Hardin completing
10-of-13 passes with no
interceptions Hardin had
touchdown passes of 22. 3S.
37 and 44 yards.
Trey Herndon led the team
against Keystone with four


receptions for 95 yards and
t\%o touchdowns. Chris Jones
had _fot.r_eceptions for 70
vards and one touchdown.
For the season, the Bulldogs
are averaging 204 Iards per
game rushing and 171 yards
per game passing.
Bolles' defense is yielding
just 60 ,ards rushing per game


and 63 yards passing per game.
Keystone was held to 42 yards
rushing and 45 yards passing
-T-he- Bulldogs' defense scored
once on a 29-yard ihnterception-
return
Clay, a Class 3A team. is the
only opponent to play Bolles
close this season. The Blue
De ils led the Bulldogs 7-0 at


the half before Bolles scored
all 21 ol fi, points in the third
quarter
Bolles went 14-0 last season
and-defeated Tampa Jefferson
42-21 In 2003. hfe Bulldogs
%,ere stale runners-up %kith a
12-2 record TheN won the
Class 2A championship in
2002 with a 14-1 record.


Three of Bolles' returning'
starters from last season aret
offense linemen, all of whor,
are seniors. The team alsoI
returns tswo members of it,
defensi.ebackfield. n
The last time Bradford ana.
Bolles played each other wa5.
in 2000, with the Bulldog;.
w inning 28-7.


Jeremy Brown .


Locals seeing
the football
field at state
universities


-By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Union County graduate
Jeremy Brown scored his first
collegiate touchdown in
Jacksonville University's .55-
21 win over Butler on Sept. 24.
Brown, a fullback,, scored
twice in the game, with both
scores coming on 2-yard runs.
His first touchdown run put
Jacksonville up 14-13-in the
second quarter. His second
touchdown capped the game's
scoring in the-fourth quarter.
The former Tiger carried the
.ball 10 times for 35 yards. He
has a total of 11 carries for 46
yards in two games.
-- Bradford High School
graduate Letroy Guion,- .a .
defensive tackle, has played in
two games for Florida State
University after missing the
Miami game because of. an
ankle injury. Guion has a total
of five tackles.
Both players graduated from
their respective high schools
earlier this year.


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Premature birth leads


woman to March of Dimes


By LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer

When the doctor told her in
her week 29. checkup that
everything looked fine with-
her pregnancy, Ginger Lee and
her husband Byron expected
their baby to be happy and
healthy.
The very next day, however,
Ginger went into labor, and a
baby girl named Tayler was
born. Tayler weighed 2
pounds,. 9 ounces and was 14.


inches long.
Being 11 weeks premature,
Tayler had to be hooked upto
a feeding tube, a heart monitor
and a ventilator. Nurses
inserted IVs into her that were
like threads, said Tayler's
grandmother Robin Lee.
One week later, the family
finally got to hold their baby.
"She was so-light, it was like
holding a baby blanket," said
Tayler's grandmother Robin.
It would be another seven
weeks before they could take
Tayler home.


Only a day or two after being. born preterm, Tayler
Lee is hooked up to a feeding tube, a heart
monitor and oxygen.


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Robin Lee and .her daughter-in-law Ginger Lee
hold Tayler Lee. They're glad that the premature
baby has grown into a healthy 1-year-old.


Volunteer


now for p
Starke's first ever March of
Dimes Light a Little Star, an
enchanted evening of family
fun and celebration, gives the
I; community the opportunity to
come together and brighten the
future for all babies.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, at the
Bradford County High School,
the track field will be filled
%with families and friends who
have teamed up to honor and
share stories about special
babies in their lives. Babies are
in crisis today, Nearly half a
;million are born prematurely
Seery year and the number is
rising. Here in Florida. there
are 26,609 premature births
each year, accounting for 13
-- percent of all live births.
Premature birth is the
number one killer of newborns
-- and a major cause of serious
health problems. It costs
society billions of dollars
every year. That is why the
March of Dimes is leading a
national effort to save babies
from premature birth by
funding research to find the
causes and by supporting local
programs that offer hope and
help to families with a baby in
intensive care.
"As part of that effort, you're
invited to help Starke launch
Florida's first Light a Little
Star," said Lila Sellars, Light a
Little Star chair.
The celebration-closes with
-a moving ceremony called
Stars in Motion. During this
ceremony, hundreds of pink
and blue glowing stars will
shine in honor of all Starke's
babies-those who were born
healthy and those who have
suffered the consequences of
premature birth.
"Come join your neighbors
and the March of Dimes, and
light a little star to help
brighten the future for all
babies," Sellars said. '
Teams are forriing from
schools, businesses and
organizations to raise money to
fight premature birth. Family
teams that have had a baby'
' born prematurely or families'
who just want to celebrate
their babies are also invited to


File to six of those weeks.
she %was in an incubator
.because her tiny system could
not maintain the proper body
t' temperature.
While in Shands at the
Uni'ersitv of Florida, Ginger
said a counselor, who was paid
for by a March of Dimes grant.
always checked in on her.
The) were \erN supportive.
she said.
Now more than a sear old.
Taler has been doing great.
but it was not certain from the
beginning that this would be
the case. Prematurity often
results in death or lifelong
_ disorders.
"She's as normal as any
other child." said Ginger. as
Tayler happily played w ith
anything she could get her
hands on.
The whole experience was
scary for everyone involved,
Robin said, No one knew how
long Tayler was going to be in,
the hospital, if she was going
to get better and all the,1pther
unknown questions that run
through your mind.
After the experience, Robin
Lee became involved in he
March of Dimes.
Lee said it %was "ius a
important as anything else in
the world" because a person
doesn't drink, doesn't smoke,
eats right and does everything
the doctor tells them. and a
baby can still be premature-for


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Gault, received a $500 scholarship from Buckmasters.


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Doctor's still do not krqow. Chuck Odern
in most cases, why premardirity
occurs. h..eii. earn
Lee hopes people % iTI 1


support the March of Dimes
because of what they do for
everybody, she said.
They research premature
birth and its causes, educate
women about preterm .labor,
and take other steps to save
babies' lives.
Tayler is not the only
example of premature birth. In
2003 in Bradford, Union and
Clay counties, there were a
total of 400 preterm births.
For this 'reason. Lee said
there needs to be a lot of
research. Funding comes from -
co mjtni t.y supp or T.4 P f

Star. which is currently raising
money in Bradford County and
the surrounding communities.


s are raising money


remature babies


participate.
Bradford County was chosen
to host the first such event in
Florida. and organizers hope to
make the November event a
model of success. The goal is
to raise $30,000.
For more information about
Light a Little Star, contact
Sellars at (904) 966-6018.
The March of Dimes is a
national voluntary health
agency whose mission is to
improve the health of babies
by preventing birth defects,


premature birth and infant
mortality. Founded in 1938,
the March of Dimes funds
programs of research,
community services, education
and advocacy to save babies
and in 2003 launched a
campaign to address .the-
increasing rate of premature
birth.
For more information, visit
the March of Dimes Web site
at www.marchofdimes.com or
its Spanish Web site at
www.nacersano.org.


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scholarships

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Two $500 scholarships were
awarded as part of the annual
banquet for the local chapter
(One Shot) of Buckmasters,
which was held Aug. 20 at the
Camp Blanding armory.
More than 400 people
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Also, Dennis Glover-
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for his wheelchair-at the
banquet.
The Buckmasters chapter


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the many local businesses and
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Bob
Matthews
caught this
30-inch,
redfish, which
weighed
approxi-
mately 12
pounds, in
the St. John's
River. Photo
courtesy of
Steve Hall.


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Fall fishing

By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors
Editor
Last Thursday, Sept. 22, was
the first day of autumn and the
Florida sportsman had many
outdoor opportunities to
choose from. Even though
Saturday was opening day for
North Central Florida
bowhunters, many local
sportsmen went fishing
(bowhunting results will
appear next week).
Though many local anglers


continued to catch bass, bream
and catfish, other fishermen
headed out to salt water to take
advantage of the fall migration
of, all the saltwater gamefish,
like the redfish.

The redfish
The saltwater redfish, also
known as red drum, puppy
drum, red bass and simply as a
"big red," is a terrific sporting
fish and highly sought after by
many fishermen.
With lots of pull per pound,
this great fish will take a wide
assortment of bait. A big red
cnarbe caught on fresh shrimp,
cit bait, .a small crab, fiddlers,
sand fleas or even on a live


finger mullet or mud minnow.
Many, of course, are harvested
with nearly any type of
artificial lure-from jigs to
plugs and flies. Imagine
catching one, of these big
beauties on a fly rod!

Bob Matthews
Bob Matthews, a frequent
visitor to the Lake Area
Region, especially Lake
Hutchinson near Keystone
Heights, makes sure he finds
those big reds every fall.
Bob relates that he and


fishing partner Steve Hall were
trout fishing in mid September
on the St. Jqhn's River near
downtown Jacksonville when
they noticed a big school of
feeding fish approaching their
boat.
Tossing out one-eighth-
ounce jigs with curlytail plastic
grubs, both anglers
immediately hooked up and,
after a 15-minute battle, an
identical pair of 30-inch,
copper-colored beauties were
See FINS, p. 10C


Shelby Gray, 5, caught this nice bluegill at Little
Lake Santa Fe. Photo courtesy of Linda Dixon.


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Late miscue costs Tigers in one-point loss to Eastside


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
It's the play that a football
team behind in a game-dreams
of and the team leading dreads.
That play happened to the
Union County Tigers last
Friday night.
r Leading 12-7, with 25.2
seconds left in the game,
Tigers quarterback Austen
Roberts attempted to pitch the
ball to Justin Griffin on a
fourth-and-8 play. The pitch
bounced off an Eastside
defender and fell to the
ground. From Eastside's 31
yard line, another Ram picked
up the ball and rumbled 65
yards before fumbling the ball-
into Union's end zone.
The ball was recovered by
an Eastisde player, but
officials ruled the fumble to be
an illegal forward pass. The
Eastside offense would take
over at the Union 12-yard line
with 12.6 seconds left and no
timeouts for either team.
On their first attempt,


Eastsides quarterback Micguel
Johnson threw a 5-yard pass
that fell incomplete. The
incompletion took five seconds
off the clock and left time for
just one more play. Taking the
snap, Johnson dropped back
and found a receiver in the
back of the end zone to give
the Rams a 13-12 lead.
After the score, Eastside was
penalized for excessive
celebration. The penalty put
the ball on the Tigers 19-yard
line. Not wanting to take any
chances with one second left,
Eastside's coach had his
quarterback take a knee.
On the ensuing kickoff, the
Rams kicked the ball out of
.bounds. With one play left,
Tigers head coach Buddy
Nobles called on C.J. Spiller to
pull out the game. Roberts hit.
Spiller on a slant from the
Union 40-yard line. Spiller
traveled more than 20 yards
before being tackled, ending
the game and the Tigers' hopes
of pullThg out a last-second
victory.
After the game, Nobles took
full responsibility for the loss.


Linebacker Kevin Alexander tackles an Eastside
player. Photo courtesy of Ashley at Chapman
Photography. -


Tigers host district game this Friday


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Union County lost its second
game of the season last week,
but the Tigers are 1-0 in
district play and will look to
improve that record to 2-0
against the 1-3 Newberry
Panthers on Friday, Sept. 30, at
7:30 p.m. in Lake Butler.
The Panthers, who have yet
to play a district game, are
coming off of a 15-7 loss to
Interlachen. Newberry was
held to 86 yards of offense
against Interlachen, including
gaining just 53 yards rushing
on 21 attempts. The Panthers
have averaged 68.7 'yards
rushing in their last three
games.
Running back Antwan Ivey,
who rushed for 159 yards in
the Panthers' season-opening
35-32 loss to Santa Fe, was
-held to 23 )ards on seen
carries against, .Interlachen.
Ivey did, however, have a 70-'
yard 'punt return 'against the
Rams, which set up
Newberry's only score-a 1-
yard .touchdown run by
quarterback Josh Pardo.
Ivey and his- brother.--
Anfitawn, are dangerous threats.


Antawn beey had a 38-,ard
punt return for a touchdown in
the Panthers' loss to Santa Fe
and touchdown receptions of
55 and 71 yards in Newberry's
19-14 win over Dixie County.
Defensively, the Panthers,
who are allowing an average
of 22 points a game, have been
susceptible to the run. They
gave up 243 yards rushing
against Dixie County and
allowed Interlachen running
back Joe Lewis to rush for 135
yards on 23 carries.
The Panthers have been
good, however, at creating
opportunities for their offense.
Newberry .forced five
turnovers against Dixie
County, two in a 24-7 loss to
Fort White and three against
Interlachen.
Newberry, which went 4-6
last season, is a young team
this year with just three seniors
on its roster. One of those
seniors is running
back/linebacker,, J,oe; .RaYido,",
who had a good gqme for. the
Panthers againf'' Union"'lAi`T
year.
Pardo had touchdown runs
of 7 and 68 yards, but the
Tigers still came out victorious
- -by a-score of 23-14. It was one
of the closest games of the


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trailed 14-6 at the half.,
Union's offense churned out
331 yards on the ground, with
C.J. Spiller rushing for 166
yards on 14 carries. Spiller had


touchdown runs of 7 and 70
yards.
In all, the Tigers had 498
yards of offense.
.The Panthers had 245 yards
of offense.


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"I screwed up. It's my
fault," Nobles said. "We
should have handed it to C.J.
up the middle (prior to the
turnover) instead of pitching
it."
Nobles said he was proud of
the Tigers, both offensively
and defensively, for the way
they performed.
"It was a hard-fought game
and we played hard tonight,"
Nobles said. "This was just a
tough way to lose a football
game.
The loss did not hurt the
Tigers' chances at postsea'son
play since Eastside (3-1) is not
a district opponent.
Union (2-2) put the first
points of the night on the board
with a touchdown ,run from
Kevin Alexander. It was the
third of the season foar
Alexander. A blocked extra
point left the Tigers with a 6-0
lead.
The Tigers' defense shut out
the Rams offense for the first
half of the game. When the
Rams did score in the third
quarter, it ended the Tigers'
streak of holding opponents
scoreless for more than six
quarters. Union shut out .the
Chiefland Indians last week
28-0.
One factor that contributed
to the Tigers' defeat was the
loss, or injury of several
defensive lineman. .Scott
Raulerson was taken off the,
field in the third quarter and
later transported to the
hospital. It has since been
learned that Raulerson hal.
been diagnosed %\ith a torn
ACL that. may likely put him
out for the rest of the season.
The full extent of the injury
will not be known until
swelling in his leg is reduced
and doctors perform
arthroscopic surgery.
Willie Oliver left the game
several times with pain in his
knee. Josh Blunk would also


be injured, but is expected to
return this week.
Several other Tigers.
sustained minor injuries.
For the season, the Tigers'
offense is averaging 329 yards
per game. The majority of
those yards are coming from
the running game. Even
though Spiller never reached
the end zone against Eastside,
he did rack up 120 yards. In
four games he has amassed
654 yards on 63. carries. His
10.4-yards-per-carry average is
double that of any area running.
with the same amount of
attempts.
The Tigers' defense is
putting up some impressive
numbers on the season as well.
They are allowing an average
of 264 yards of total offense.
Through four games the unit
has given up a total of 89
points.
Alexander continues to lead
all tacklers with 35 solo
tackles. Brendan Odom is right
behind him with 34. Rodencia

Austin's 24 solo tackles places
him third on the team.


Score by quarter
EHS: 0 0 7
UCHS: 6 0 0


6-13
6--12


Scoring Summary ,
U: Alexander 3 run (kick
blocked)
E: Lovelace 31 pass from
Johnson (Curry kick)
U: Roberts 1 run (pass failed)
E: Tragash 12 pass from
Johnson (no conversion
attempt)


Team Statistics
U
First Downs 15
Rushes/Yds. 36-225
Passing Yds. 66
Passes(C-A-l) 4-12-1
Punts 3-34.5
Fumbles-Lost 2-2
Penalties 10-99


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Indians drop second straight, lose 42-7 to Fort White f


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

It was a night where little
went right for the Keystone
Heights football team. Missed
assignments by the offensive
iine, defensive breakdowns
and two dropped snaps on punt
attempts were some of the
things that contributed to the
Indians' 42-7 loss to visiting
Fort White on Sept. 23.
"We didn't play very well,"
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said. "We've got to
get better."
About the only bright spot
for the Indians (2-2) on the
night was a drive put together
by the offense at the end of the
first half. Quarterback Blake
Lott completed 7-of-9-passes
as Keystone marched 85 yards
for a score. Tight end Josh


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer "

'The Keystone Heights
volleyball team cracked the, top
10 and then 'kept its perfect
record intact b,;'d'efeatlng 'St.
Johns Country Day 3-0 (25-'18.
25-12, 25-16) on Sept. 22 in
Orange Park.
Keystone improved to 13-0
and is now ranked ninth in the
state in Class 3A.
Mallorle Wasik had 10 kills,
12 service points and eight
aces for the, Indians. Jessica
Ford and Jessica Whjtfield
each. had eight service points
and -two blocks, with Ford also
contributing 18 assists.
Cassandra Brue. had nine
digs ..
Last week also saw
Keystone dispatch another
district opponent. The Indians
defeated visiting Crescent City
3-0 (25-17, 25-11, 26-24) on
Sept. 20 to improve to. 6-0 in
District 6, Keystone has swept
every district opponent it has
played. : ,
Ford had.25 assists and six
digs, while Wasik had 12 kills
and six service points.
Whitiheld had 13 service
points, three of which were
aces, and Brenda Ward had six
kills.
SThe Indians will now
prepare to host a 10-team


2 KH boys

place in

top 50


Mangus, who caught four drive, scored a touchdown on
passes for 47 yards on the an 8-yard pass play with 50


tournament, which begins this
Friday, Sept.. 30; at 3 p.m. The
last-match on Friday will be
played at approximately 7 p.m.
Play will resume on
Saturday. Oct. 1. at 9 a.m. The
finals are scheduled for 4 p.m
. .Joining. KeCstone 'ia the
, tournament 'will be"Bradford.
Bartram Trail, ClaN. Fleming
Island. Interlachen. Menendez,
Middleburg, Pro\idence and
Ridge% iew.
Admission to the tournament
is $5 per da\. A two-dav pass
may be purchased for $8.
On Tuesday. Oct. 4, the
Indians travel to Pierson to
play district opponent Ta\lor
at approximately 6 p.m. A
junior %arsilt match will be
played at 5 p.m.


Quarterback
Blake Lott
(left) looks
downfield for
an open
receiver.


seconds remaining in the half.
Michael McLeod's PAT pulled


West Nassau is next Keystone opponent


By ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer

As the Keystone Heights
Indians prepare to hit the road
to face the West Nassau
Warriors at 7:30 p.m. on
Friday, Sept.' 30, in Callahan,.
head coach Chuck Dickinson's
main concern will be to get his
team to regroup and bounce
back after two dispiriting
trouncings at the hands of
Bolles and Fort White.
The Warriors, who have
been to the playoffs four
straight years, lost their first
game to Fort, White, but have
taken their last three against
Hilliard, Ribault and
Episcopal. They return with
five starters from last year, of


whom senior running back
Marcellus Nelson is the most
likely to upset the Indians'
plans to get back on the
winning track. That is, if he's.
healthy. Nelson sat out most of
last week's game against
Episcopal with a' sprained
ankle-tbl agh 'he scored the
winning touchdown in
overtime-and he's at best iffy
for this week.
"We just don't know right
now if he's gonna be ready for
this game or whether he's
going to have a limited role," .
Dickinson said.
Nelson, in the three games
he has started, has posted an
astonishing 531 yards rushing
on.78,carries for an average.of
nearly 7 yards a carry. His.
most dominant effort was


against Ribault on Sept.
16-he ran for 281 yards on 30
carries, an average of 9 yards a
run.
Other than Nelson's
running, West Nassau's other
main asset is a tough defense
that has so far allowed an
average of 13 points a game.
The Warriors also forced I11
turnovers this season, six of,
them on interceptions against.
Ribault.
If West Nassau does ha\e a
weakness on defense, it -may
be its pass defense, which has
allowed 447 yards on 32 pass
attempts, for an average of 14
yards a reception.
Last year, when the two
teams clashed, the Indians lost
.21-77.Nelson was the decisive
factor .in that 'game with 158


yards on 25 carries and two
touchdowns.
Overall, the Warriors rushed,
for .1,94 yards and passed for
76. while Keystone rushed for
just 42 yards and passed for
118

Injury update...
Dickinsoin said running
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Hamner. v. ho caused concern,
last week '. hen he was carried
off ihe field on a stretcher with
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probably won't .see action
igJint West Nassau.
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the Indians within 17-7.
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half and put together a nine-
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drive.
Keystone, facing a 17-point
deficit, abandoned its running.
game and the Fort White
defense was ready,
intercepting Lott on
Keystone's first two drives of
the half. Fort White scored 10
points following those
turnovers and .tacked, on
another touchdown after
punter Lans Hardin dropped
his second snap from center in
the game.
"If we could've held. them
(at the start of the, second half),
scored again and gotten it
close, where we were one
score away, then we could've
gone back to our base-type
offense and start trying to
control the ball-run it at them
and mix itPip more than we
did," Dickinsonsaid. ,"' got to
where it was a one-.
dimensiinal game It's hard to
win a game when you have to
become one dimensional like
.that."
The Indians struggled when
they did try to run the ball in
the first half, gaining just 39
yards on 13 carries on their,
first four possessions. which
yielded onl) three first dow n-,
Mean'hile. Fort White built
a 17-0 lead., ,parked b\
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White running back Donald
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Keystone, however, held
Fort White out of the end zone
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lined up to go for it on fourth
down from the 1-yard line, but
an illegal procedure penalty
backed the team up. That sent
Conner Haydenriout onto the
field to kick' a 22-yard field
goal to make the. score 17-0
with 4:03 remaining in the first
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Warren Tillery and Daniel
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BMS runners claim both


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By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford Middle School
boys' cross country .team
finally took first place and the
girls' team kept up its winning
ways at a meet hosted by BMS
on Sept. 27.
Bradford's'boys had finished
second in every meet until the
home meet, when it finished
ahead of Williston. The team
was without'its top runner,
Robert Proctor, who is nursing
an injury.
"Our boys really stepped
up," coach John Loper said.
Kelvin Jenkins placed fourth
during the two-mile race with
a time of 14:19, while Terry
Puckett was fifth with a time
of 14:53 and Ryan McKeown


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford High School's-
Chris Underhill was runner-up
in the junior varsity race of the
Bob Hans Invitational on Sept.
24 at Ridgeview High School
in Orange Park.
Underhill ran a personal-


was sixth.with a time of 14:59.
David Weeks and Travis
Ledger were ninth and 10",
respectively, with times of
15:07 and 15:12. Dyllan
Bradley was I 11th with a time of
15:54, Dustin Padgett 17"h with
a time of 16:27, Brett Purdy
19' with a time of 17:08,
Demetri Postway 20't with a
time of 17:40, Sean Andrews
23'~ with a time of 19:03 and
Mike Ricks 24th with a time of
19:20.
The girls' team, which
improved to 4-0 on the season,
was led by Samantha Steffan,
who won the race with a time
of 15:03. Bradford runners
took the top-four slots as
Ashley Sutherland was runner-
up with a time of 15:11, Nicole
Miller was third with a time of
16:03 and Christina Jordan


record (PR) time of 19:05.57,
finishing behind Englewood's
Alan Robertson, who had a
time of 18:55.80. .
Sam Osborn earned a 25th-
place finish 'for Bradford with
a PR of 21:10.88, while Justin
Hollingsworth was 43rd with a
time of 21:52.54. Josh Moore
had a time of 22:30.48, which


Tosha Newman (right) passes a ball from the back
row. Also pictured is Senquinta Hall.


Bradford volleyball


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district teams


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
They were one point away
from extending the match to a
fourth game. but the Bradford
Tornadoes could not avoid a
sweep at the hands of district
opponent Middleburg, which
defeated Bradford 3-0 (25-13,
25-13, 27-25) on Sept. 22 in
Starke. .
Bradford 14-4. 1-4 in District
3-4A prior to Monday. rallied
from an 18-15 deficit %%ith
Tosha Newman serving. She
recorded two consecutive aces .
as the Tornadoes %-ere able to
tie the score before a service
error forced sideout. .
The two teams were tied at
22-all when Bradford, with,
Destiny Bass ser' ing, werint up
24-22 on two attack errors bN
Middleburg. The Broncos
forced sideout and .tied the
game .before a kill by
Bradford's Jachael Nichols
gave the Tornadoes the ball
back.
Nichols later had a nice,
block at the net, but
Middleburg was still able to
force sideout and go. on and
win the game 27-25 and end
the match.
The Tornadoes rarely held a
lead during the first two games,
of the match as the Broncos
were able to record double-
digit wins. Bradford did score
the first point of the first game
and would go on to build a 6-5
lead behind four' consecutive
service aces by Nichols.
Nichols finished the match
with six kills and six digs.
while Newman had seven kills,
10 digs and two blocks. Bass
had six digs and Kierra Mosley


had 12 assists.
It was the third loss for the
Tornadoes after defeating
Columbia 3-2 (13-25. 20-25,
25-22, 25-19, 16-14) on Sept.
12 in Lake City. In that win,
Nichols and Minnie Mack had
18 and 20 assists, respectively.
while Newman had 19 kills, 14
digs and four blocks. Bass and
Jerlene Dommon had 12 and
13 digs. respectively.
The Tornadoes could not use
the win as momentum as they
would then be defeated 3-2
(22-25. 25-22, 25-18. 19-25,,
17-19) b. district opponent
Ridge\iew on Sept. 13 in
Orange Park. Mosle> had 33
assists in the losing effort,
while Newman and Senquinta.
Hall had 22 and 19 'digs,
respectively. Bass added 16'
digs.
Newman leo. the team with
12 kills and Mack had 10.
Bradford bounced back from
that loss by sweeping Union
Count, 3-0 (25-18, 25-23, 25-
15 on Sept. 19. Newman had,
10 digs and fie kills, while
Nichols had 12 assists and five
digs Bass had five kills and
five digs and Hall added file
assists.
The Tornadoes hosted
district leader ,Santa Fe on
Sept. 20 and the ninth-ranked
Raiders left with a 3-0 (25-13.
25-12, 25-22) win. Newman
had 10 digs and six kills and
Nichols had seven assists,
"Santa Fe has yet to lose a
district match.
Bradford played district
opponent Baker County on
Sept. 27 and will host district
opponent Suwannee on
Thursday, Sept. 29, at
See BHS, p. 10C


was fourth with a time of
16:56.
Also earning top-10 finishes
were Natali Powell, who was
sixth with a time of 17:42,
Hannah Ricker, who was ninth
with a time of 18:24, and Rosa
London, who was 10h" with a
time of 19:01.
Heather Harris was I 11h with
a time of 19:08, while Synteia
Postway was 12th with a time
of 19:34, Megan Perry 17'.
with a time of 20:31, Krystal
Cornwall 20th with a time of
21:19, Caitlin Wade 21s" with a
time of 23:1.8, Shelby Ashley
24h' with a time.of 24:00 and
Sarah Swords 25"h with a time
of 24:05.
"They're doing pretty well
right now," Loper said of the
girls' runners.


is his PR.
Courtney Cragg. led
Bradford's, girls' runners with
a time of 26:42.98, which was.
good for 47th place. Also
representing Bradford's girls'
team were Tracey, Ledger
(34:12.10) ,and Shruti Desai
(35:04.96-PR).
Coach John Loper was
happy with the performaninces
considering Underhill and
Osborn are the onli runnels
who have varsity experience
along with Desai, who also has
some varsity experience.
"Our kids are getting used to
running against high school
competition," Loper said.


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The top 10 finishers at the BMS meet on the boys' side were: (front, from left) Ty
Forgey, Geremy Dewitt, Trevor Mays, Kelvin Jenkins (BMS), Terry Puckett (BMS),
(back row, from left) Ryan McKeown (BMS), Bradley Jones, Daniel Strunk, David
Weeks (BMS) and Travis Ledger (BMS).


Placing in the top 10 for the girlsat the BMS meet were: (front row, from left)
Samantha Steffan (BMS), Ashley Sutherland (BMS), Nicole Miller (BMS), Christina
Jordan (BMS), Karry Spain, (back row, from left) Natali Powell (BMS), Caley Hibits,
Megan Martin, Hannah Ricker (BMS) and Rosa London (BMS).


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FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central location. 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" ohn'"
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, Ft 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.
2 STORY, 1BR/1BA, cot-
tage, No pets. .1st, last,
lease, deposit. $300
month. Call 904-964-
,3579;
LARGE 2BR/2BA on 2/3,
acre. Pets considered,.
Keystone area, $400
month. Call 352-478-
S2697.
FOR RENT! Beautiful 4BR/
2BA homes for $560 per
month. Quiet neighbor-
hood, attached garage,
modern appliances,
curbside trash pickup, all
the conveniences of
apartment living in your
'own private home. Call
904-964-1871 to sched-
ule your personal tour
today!
SILVER LAKE,, KEY-'
STONE area, 1BRMH,
large enclosed porch,
,quiet, safe area. $450
month. Lawn care in-
cluded. Call 352-473-
5214.
2BR HOUSE WITH REAL
characlei. Harawooa
Iloors, remodeled kitchen
and more. No peis. no
smoking, yearly lease.
$800 month rent $800
security deposit. credit
report required Carroll
Rentals & Management,
Inc. 352-473-1025
2BR-COTTAGE, CH/A,
large deckand- more
$575 monih rent and
$575 secunry deposit,
credit repon required No
dogs. Call Carroli Rent-
als & Management. Inc.
352-473-1025.
SAMPSON LAKE FRONT.
3/2 deck. dock, canal,
washer & dryer hook
ups, Doat slip, secluded
All new inside. $1200
monin. Call 904-964-
4005.
MH FOR RENT, CR 239.
3BR/2BA $550 rent.
Call cell at 352-214-
5491 or after 6pm 386-
496-1058
STARKE. 1BR APT, laige
living room, sit-down
kitchen, fully carpeted,
window coverings, appli-
ances, CH/A, security.
$350 month, 1st and
last Quiet neighbor-
hood. Call Dixon Rentals
at 863-398-4061 or 352-
588-0013.
MELROSE HOUSE IN
Lake Geneva Estates,
charming neighborhood,
across from water.
Newly decorated, large
1BR/1BA, ceramic tile &
berber carpet, lull size
washer & dryer, walking
w closet, garage. $655 per
month Call 352-475-
3981.
MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT. 2BR/1BA, AC,
washer & dryer, fenced,
on acreage. $500
month. Call 386-756--
9849.
NICE CLEAN MH. $600.
Isl & last months rent
and cleaning fees. No
pets. Call 904-964-3595
51 Lost/Found
$500 REWARDI Blacknan
male, German Shepherd
puppy, 5 months old, last
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side'of Lawtey off of
CR125.-Call 904-782-
3910 with any informa-
tion Please.
52 Animals &
Pets
ADORABLE CHIHUAHUA
puppies, 3 females and
1 male, available 09/26/
05, shots current. Both
parents on premises,
$200. each. Call, 352-
475-2885. Leave mes-
sage.
FREE, A CAT AND 2 kit-
tens, 386-496-3297.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
FRI & SAT, LITTLE BIT of
everything, whole lot of
Snothin. Organ, kitchen
wares, chest, wagon
without horse, lots more.
. _CR 230,-2 blocks from
Golf Course on rignt.
look lot signs
HUGE YARD SALE. ladies
large clothes. appli-
ances, ans-n-crafts. and
much much more. Inter.
section of CR225 and
CR229. Look for signs:
Friday & Saturday 8am
to 2pm..
YARD SALE AT Smith
Bros Body Shop, HWY
301 N. Saturday only!
7:30 am to 1:30pm.
Womens clothes (sin.,
med.) mens clothes,
house stuff, etc. Weather
permitting.
LARGE YARD SALE Sat-
urday, 8am til ? Whisper-
ing Oaks Apts. SR'100
toward Keystone Aptr I
2106 Ghliaer rocker w.
stool Ike new furniture.
housenold. clothing If
raining will be under roof.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY.
Sept 30 and Oct 01,8am


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til ? Clothes, jewelry,
holiday decorations,
cook books, tools, too
much to list. 6 miles west
on CR 229.
GIGANTIC YARD SALE,
Fri & Sat, Sept 30 and
Oct 01. Furniture, nice
clothes, and lots of good
stuff. 2 miles on CR 229
(past Votech) 6013 NW -
CR 229, Starke.
GARAGE SALE! Saturday,
10/01/05, 8:30am until?
1020 E Call St. (fourth
house on right, east of
hospital).
3 FAMILY YARD Sale, Sat-
urday only 8am to 2pm.
CR 233 West (Morgan
Rd) 1 mile on left. Cloth-
ing, dishes, and more.
HOME INTERIORS,
Scratch & Dent sale and
more. Saturday, October
01, 8r30am to 3pm. Call
SDaisy at 904-964-7474
-for directions.
AC 1700 BTU, $200,
Plants and lotsmore.: Fri
&Sat, 10am to4pm. 100
to Bayless and follow
signs...
CHURCH WIDE RUM-
MAGE sale, Fri& Sat at
First United Methodist
Church Fellowship hall,
200 N Walnut St. Starke.
527 N WALNUT ST, Sat-
urday, 7am to 1pm. Vic-
torian China Cabinet,
cherry wardrobe, oak
coffee table, framed art,
household items, nice
children clothes, misc.
904-964-9045.
SATURDAY 8am to 2pm.
Tools, household, knick
knacks, clothes (men's,
* 'women's, .ginris 2T-sze
8). Something for every-
one, priced to sell. SR
100 East, 3.1 miles from
301, brick home on left.
Look for signs.


53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
GARAGE SALE, Saturday,
October 01, at Keystone
Golf Course, 8am to ?
SATURDAY, OCT 01,
8:30AM TO ? Melrose,
SR 21 beside post office.
Over 200 videos includ-
ing old war movies and
westerns, paperbacks
$1, kitchen and house-
hold, clothing, craft sup-
plies, knick-knacks, craft
and children books,
computer desk. Some-
thing for everyone. Low
prices.
FRI & SAT, MOVING Sale,
Captain Grogs, 7813 SR
100.-9arn to 4pm, furni-
ture, collectibles and
good stuff.
YARD SALE, 280 Berea
Ave, Fri,Sept 30, 8am to
4pm and Sat, Oct 01,
8am to noon.
SATURDAY ONLY! 8am to
_3pm, 7530 Grand Mesa
Circle, Keystone Hgts. 4'
miles down 214 to Grand
Mesa Ave., housewares,
futon, electronics, video
games, books, ladles
plus sizes clothes also
yugioh cards..
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
220 NW 4TH Ave, 8am'to
1pm. Toys, clothes, and
some furniture.
WORTHINGTON Spings,
offofSR121 across from
Santa Fe River.Park, 2
S.family yard sale with.
Schildrens items a'nd
household items, 9am to
2pm.
55 Wanted
LAND WANTED 25 to 250
acres, some wetlands


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3/2 concrete block home "ith large family room w/fireplace.
wood floor in foyer w/coat closet, walk-in closets in 2
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okay. Must close before
12/15/2005. Fair price
paid. Call 904-608-5239.
57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $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 352-372-
8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
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
PILLOWTOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
$399, King $499.
Memory loam seis as on
TV- loo low to avertise
Call 352-473-7173 or


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ANTIQUE MAPLE bed-
room suite. Full bed,
highboy, dresser with
mirror, and nightstand
$695. Baby changing
table $20. .Call 352-373-
6774.
2 POSTAL JEEPS, ONE
runs, one for parts,
$1000 for both. Call 352-
473-3478.
THIRTY INCH Magic Chef
gas range, with four
burners and excellent
condition, like new,
rarely used. Hotpoint re-
frigerator/freezer with
water line attached to ice
maker in freezer section.
Asking $200 each'OBO.
Call 386-496-3162 from
9am til 7pm daily.
GUITAR (NEW) $25, fridge
side by side $399, Whirl-
pool washer & dryer
$160. Sofa & love seat
like new $399. Dinette
wood $50. Day bed with
mattress $150. Thurs,
Fri and Sat. 352-475-
2283.
DINETTE SET TABLE & 4
chairs with hutch. Off-
white marble with glass
inset top, silver colored
wrought iron, padded
chairs, very heavy. In-
cludes hutch with two
doors on front and top
holds wine bottles and
wine glasses. Beautiful.
Paid $3000 at Rooms'
To Go in. Orange Park.
Asking $800 OBO, seri-
ous inquiries only call
904-964-7574.
WHITE FLAT EXTRA long
bed sheets, approx 100,
$1 each. Pillow cases
.25 each Make an offer
for all. Alsoother house-
hold items. Call 904-
964-6770 or 904-769-
9454.
ASSORTED FURNITURE
for sale, modern glass
coffee and end -tables,.
queen sleeper sofa.&
chair, and other' small
items. Keystone. Call
352-473-1213.
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sale, 8x14 $1000, 6x8
$600. both like new. Also
5x9 dog kennel with
chain link top, $300. Call
386-659-1719.
58 Child/Adult
Home Care
HOME DAYCARE, 24/6,
meal program, transpor-
tation, large yard, excit-
ing curriculum, personal
attention, loving atmo-
sphere, parents dream
daycare. Call Sarah at
352-473-0220 license #
F04CL0087.
PERSONAL CARE-chores
in your home by mature
experienced lady. Prefer
CR352 & CR21 area.
Please call Patricia at
352-473-7393.
59 Personal
Services
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..
LEGAL FORMS- Bank-
ruptcy, divorce, wills,
contracts, deeds, corpo-
ration, notary and many
others. Call Tom at 904-
964-5019.
WILL -CLEAN YOUR
HOME or small busi-
ness. Honest and de-
pendable, Keystone
area only. Call Tabetha
at 352-473-2218 or 352-
478-1060.
LOCKHART LANDSCAP-
ING Inc., debris removal,
landscaping, lawn care
and pressure washing.
No job too big or small.
Call 904-964-1437 or
904-364-0876.
HOUSE & MOBILE Home
painting. Interior/exte-
rior, high quality, low
prices, 40 years experi-
ence. Call Pete at 352-
473-8472 anytime.
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


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
experience in one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
transportation. Call 352-
258-0865.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total investment
$10. Start today, local
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
teed! Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience
necessary. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
.9301.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
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even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-
Brainer" surveys! Start
today! http://clickbank
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sponline.
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 years expe-
rience. Call 904-964.
6708.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hamptol.,
Phone 352-468-2619.'
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Account Clerk I
Clerical accounting work involving a
limited range of duties, to support the
SCollege's system of financial resources
involving but not limited to accounts
i payable, property records maintenance.
subsidiary ledger maintenance and data
entry,
High School graduate plus two years of
business office experience. Must be
computer literate and experienced in word
Processing and data spreadsheets.
Salary $18,669.00 Annually plus benefits.

Staff Assistant I [
Secretarial work of a varied nature in the
Criminal Justice Training Center at Olustee.
High school:diploma or equivalent plus
three years secretarial or clerical
experience. Proficient in Word and Excel.
Familiarity with College procedures or
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Salary: $20, 583.00 annually plus benefits

Deadline for applications: October 14, 2005

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Inquiries: Human Resource Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City. FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitice.edu
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tionist, outstanding op-
portunity for a friendly,
:. hardworker with good
-:people skills, excellent
pay & benefits. Mon -
Thurs 8am to 5pm. Call
352-331-4938 10am to
..11am.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
.':'like atmosphere and
:-work at Windsor Manor.
-.-Open positions for
CNA's, dietary and
: 'housekeeping. Fill out
:.:applications at 602 E
r. Laura St., Starke 32091
or fax resume to 904-
964-6621. Call 904-964-
3383 for appointment.
:EEOC/DFWP.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS,
N=earn up to 50%. Sell
..Avon, start today for only
$10. Call 877-340-7389
ISR.
OFFICE CLERKS, part-
t' ime and seasonal. Mini-
.mum 2 years experi-
ence. 10 key & typing
-required. Filing, phone
,and computerwork. Pay
:'based on.experience.
.LApply at J & S Account-
"ing and Tax, 6315 SE US
..,HWY 301,.Hawthorne,
"'between 9am and 11am,
Tuesday,,.Wednesday
,and Thursday only
"SEWING" LESSONS,
'leam the ?asics weekly
.sessions, one-on-one
'instructions, 30 .years
.exp. Call 352-473-4064.
DRIVERS WANTED! Daily
runs, dumptruck, ClassA
,CDL required, $10 per'
Hour to start, local com-
-pany. Call 904-964-5742
'or 386-623-4578 for in-
Slerview
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking de-
'pendable transportation,
snit work, holidays &
WI weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
S1016.
[DRIVER- CDL CLASS A,
Starke to Orlando, once
daily. Great for retiree.
Call 888-302-6565.
ELECTRICIAN HELPERS
1 needed for jobs in
i Palatka arid Gainesville.
No.experience neces-
i sary. $7.50 per hour.to
i start. Drug Screen re-
quired, must have valid
drivers license and be
dependable 18 yis and
up Call 352-376-8375
l J CORMAN RAIL-
t ROAD.,Malerial Sales
S Company seeks CDL-A
I Driver/Laborer at its
Stamre yard. Will stage
loads, load trucks and
deliverto customers, off-
load at .customer sites,
ouiine vehicle mainie-
p nance and general vard
,'oik Will maintain i.
S ventory, usage, delivery
and DOT-required pa-
perwork. Requires op-
1 eration of straight and_
c6rconbnation vehicles.
SOn-Cali status I dlb.q
casonal lraver.lll'ih'e.
sponsiiiiiies at oiher R
SJ. Corman locations.
Apply in person 14550
Soulneasl 43rd Street,
1 Slarke FL, 32091.
i jobs'@rlcorman cornm
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NOW HIRING FOR man.
agemeni plos.,iion lor
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Hamburger restaurants
in the North Florida area.
Please. call 904-259-
5297, or fax your resume
to 904-259-6274.
THE YMCA IS looking for
after school counselors
in Lake Butler, 2-6pm,
M-F. Please call 904-
964-9622 today or apply
in person at the YMCA.
STAFF NEEDED TO work
with disabled persons,
must have experience,
high school diploma or
GED, days and evening
hours. Call 904-966-
2100.
ROAD SUPERINTEN-
DENT BRADFORD
COUNTY: Bradford
County is accepting ap-
plications for a full-time
Road Superintendent.
The Road Superinten-
dent is an administrative
and supervisory'position
responsible for organiz-
ing, directing, and oper-
ating the Bradford
County Road Depart-
ment. The superinten-
dent is primarily respon-
sible for coordinating
and supervising road
maintenance crews for
construction, reconstruc-
tion, and maintenance of
all county owned roads
both paved and un-
paved. Work is per-
formed under the direc-
tion of the County Man-
ager and is reviewed
through conferences.
repons and ooservalon
of results obtained. The
minimum qualifications
include graduation from
high school and 'rye
ears progressively re-
sponsiole administrative
and management expe-
rience in the mainte-
nance of county high-
ways and roads include.
.ng iniee years ol super-
visory experience; or
any equivalent combina-
tion of related training
and experience. The
successful applicant
rnust have the ability to
effectively supervise and
coordinate the activities
of subordinate supervi-
sors and employees and
communicate effectively
wln ,:ouny government
olicials and citizens
Salary range is nego-
taDle commensurate
with experience, with an
established range of
$45.000 to $49.000 per
arnumn Applica ions and
resumes may be turned
in or mailed to Clerk of
the Court. PO Drawer
' B 945 N Temple Av :
enue, Starke. FL 32091.
The deadline for accept-
ing applications is Thurs-
day, October 13,2005 at
4:00 p.m.. Applications
and' job description --
forms are available at I
Ir,1e4Idyrdoir CoUtAVfs'
Oltice located in nthe
Bradford County Court.
house. The Alacnua/
Bradlord Career Center
609 rNorin Orange
Street, Rm 09-19,
Starke, FL 32091-2434
or via tre country weosile
at wwvw Oraidlord-co-
fla org Tre county re-


serves the right to reject
any and all applications.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
NOW HIRING 2 PART
time helper positions
$7.00 per hour. Apply in
person at Authorized
Construction Services,
7200 SE US HWY 301,
Hawthorne. 352-481-
0008.





JANITOR
DAVIS EXPRESS,
INC. is looking to
hire dependable
individual to do
Janitorial work. This
will be a part time
position with approx.
25 hours per week in
the evening paying
$12 per hour. Apply
Davis Express, Inc.,
Hwy 301 South,
Starke, FL.
FULL-TIME HEAD
TELLER, M&S Bank ,.
seeking a head teller for
the Hawthorne, office.
Two to inree years su-
pervision and banking
experience preferred but
not required Apply at
any M & S Bank. lc.aionr,
EOE AA/HiV
RETAIL SALES.CASHIER
position avail able 40 nr
min per week Apply at
Gaior II Farm Supply
South of Starke on Hwy
301 HS Diploma re-
quired.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available 40 hour minir
mum per week Gator 2
Farm Supply. Soulh of
StarkeonHWY 301 HS
diploma required
Customer Service Repre-
senialive Wanted Full-
lime Customer Service
Representative for
REDD Team Manufac-
turing, a Division 9f
Alcoa, locale inr Key.
stone Heights. FL Tne


incumbent will coordi-
nate sales and quotes
for the Sales Team.
Must be organized, mo-
tivated, and team ori-
ented. Must be proficient
in Microsoft Office and
including MS Excel, MS
Word, and MS Outlook.
.College degree desir-
able but not essential. 3-
5 years of experience in
customer service. Excel-
lent verbal and commu-
nication skills. Salary
$10.00 -$12.00/ hr.
DOE. Please fax or
email resumes to.
BridgetBryant@alcoa.com
or fax,to 352-473-1850.
No Phone calls please.
DFWP. EEOC. Visit our
w e b s i 1 e :
www.reddteam.com or
www.alcoa.com.
Account Clerk I. Clerical
accounting work invglv-
ing a limited range of
duties to support the
College's system of fi-
nancial resources involv-
ing but not limited ,to ac-
counts payable, property
records maintenance,
subsidiary ledger main-
tenance and data
entry. High School
graduate plus two years
of business office expe-
rience. Must be com-
puter literatle and expe
rencer in word process.
ing ana dala spread-
sheets Salary
$18. 69 00 Annually
oClu. DEnelis Staff As
slarnt II Secrelanrial
work of a varied nature
in ire Criminal Justice
Training Certei al
Olusie Hign scnooi d,
ploma or equivalent plus
inree years secrelarial or
clerical experience Pro.
fi.ieni in Word and EA-
cel Familiariy with Col.
lege procedures or
DOC FDLE procedures
desired Salary
$20,583.00 annually
plus benefits Deadline
lor applications October
7, 2005 College applica-
tion required Po-siion
details and applications
available on ine weD at
www.Iakecitycc.edu In-
quiries: Human Re-


source Development
149 SE College Place,
Lake City, FL 32025,
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594 E-
mail: boettcherg
@lakecitycc.edu LCCC
is accredited by the
Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College
in Education & Employ-
ment.
THE UNION COUNTY
SOLID Waste Dept. and
Road Dept has an open
position for a full time
general laborer. This po-
sition will require experi-
ence with heavy equip-
ment and you must be
able to pass a back-
ground screening in or-
der to work with inmate
laborers. This position
also requires ONLY per-
sons who have'a valid
CDL license. The work
schedule Monday
through Friday from 7:30
am until 4:00 pm with a
30 minute lunch break.
Anyone who is inter-
ested in this. position
should' submit 'an
applicator or resume to
Ine Solid Wasle Dept or
Ihe Board of Comm.s
sionOffice Applications
will De laken rom 09'291
05 inrougn 10106!'05'al
5.00pm. ,
BRADFORD TERRACE s
currently accepting ap-
plicalions lor CNA's for
the 3'11 and 11,/7 shil
Please apply in per sor
at 808 S Colle/ R0.
Slarke Fi 32091 Call
904 .964-1 r220 DFWP,
EOE
MOTORGRADER opera-
tor needed Drug-free
workplace w in Denelirs
EFpenence a must Ap.
ply winhin Anarews Pavy
ing. Inc 386-162.1115
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
Drug-iree workplace
wir, De.neiils Experi.
ence a mus. Apply
wir.in Andrews 'Pavirig.
Inc 336.-462-1115 -
UNDERGROUND utiily.
pipe loremen Drug-tree
workplace wiln benetlis
Andrews Paving Inc.,
386.462-1115 Experi-
ence a must.


PARKSIDE A.L:F. IS look-
ing for a PRN person.
Must be available forany
shift. Apply at 329 N
Church St, Starke, FI
32091 between 7am and
5pm, Monday Friday.


PARTS
CLERK
DAVIS EXPRESS,
INC. is seeking
qualified individual to
fill position as parts
clerk. Duties include
but not limited to
-placing parts orders,.
receive and stock
parts and supplies,
maintain inventory,
assist with taking
service calls for
emergency
breakdowns, etc
Good communication
and computer skills a
must and able to
work flexible hours
Apply at Davis
Express, Inc.. Hwy
301 S., Starke, FL
904-964-6619
REMODELING WORK-
ERS .withO carpentry,
paining. drywall & sading
exp For rome repairs
Tools & vericle required
Work ,n Gainesville Call
352 332-2234
WANTED BUS DRIV-
ERS. Bradford County
School Board will train.
CDL DUS class 10 10,'05
10 27.05 Monday -
Thursday. II interested
call L Smilh at 904-966-
6735
CLERICAL- SMALL OF-
FiCE in Keystone
HeighIlsaccepting appli-
cations for individual
with good customer ser-
vice sklus Spreadsneet
and word processing


experience required.
Position will involve or-
der entry and inventory.
Full time, benefits,
DFWP. 352-473-4984.
HAMPTON HOUSE
childcare is accepting
applications for a full
time Pre K teacher.
Must have CDA. Please
call 352-468-2581 Mon-
Fri 6am to-6pm or apply
in person at 10228 North


If


Division St., Hampton.
HELPER WANTED. No
exp necessary. Call
Butch at Affordable RV
Repair 904-964-2500.
FARM EQUIPMENT sales
position. Call Mon Fri
9am to 5pm: Call 904-
964-4238.
MOBILE HOME set-up
crew workers needed,
full time: J.R. Mobile
Home Service. Call 386-


496-3687 or 362.494
2326.
NEEDED: DISABLED
LADY needs assistance,
Starke area. Please call
Margaret at 352-871-
2144.
72 Computer-&
Accessories
PC REPAIRS, high quality,.
inexpensive; Call Allen
at 904-509-6381.


Immediate opening located in Worthington Springs,
FL. Experience preferred but not necessary.
Competitive salary. Hours are 6:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday thru Friday. We offer 401k, group
insurance, paid holidays, sick and vacation days.
Fax resume to: Mid-Fla Hauling at (386) 496-2606
or call 800-766-7558 after 10:00 AM.


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Wood Truss-and ~itpl Roof Manufacturer -

Hiring for the following position:

TRUCK DRIVER


- Flatbed and Wide Load Experience
Class A or B CDL


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Telephone: 352-473-7417


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.


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immediate need for LPN or GPN
SThe successful candidate will possess strong
critical thinking skills and a proven ability to
'work independentl. Daily interaction with
inmates is required. Beneftis.include paid
Florida Retirement System, paid health
insurance, generous leave and holiday
time. Salary commensurate with
experience., 12-hour shift. Every other
weekend is a ,3-day weekend off.
C/ criminal histori\/background check,
pre-emplo ment drug screen and
pol graph are required. Employees
are subject to random drug screen.
Applications M ill be accepted Monday,
i October 3, through Friday. October 28.
2005. and are available from Bradford
Career Center. 609-A North Orange Street,
Starke, FL 32091, tel: 964-8092, 'Monday
through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p..m. and
FridaN 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p m.


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Page 10C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Sept. 29, 2005


BHS
Continued from p. 6C

approximately 6 p.m.,
following a junior varsity
match at 5 p.m.
The Tornadoes will. compete
in a 10-team tournament at
Keystone Heights High School
on Friday and Saturday, Sept.
30-Oct. 1. The tournament
begins at 3 p.m. on Friday,
with the last match of that day
being played at approximately
7 p.m. Saturday's action
begins at 9 a.m. with the finals
scheduled for 4 p.m.
Admission to the tournament
is $5 per day or $8 for a two-
day pass.
Bradford will play road
matches on Monday, Oct. 3,
and Tuesday, Oct. 4, against
Hawthorne and. Suwannee,
respectiiel\. Both matches are
scheduled for approximately 6
p.m. following junior \ar'itn
matches at 5 p.m.


FINS
Continued from p. 3C

in the boat The', ,.eithed
approximately 12 pounds each.
After a couple of quick
pictures and big grins, both
fish were released, as the\
were oser the 27-inch
maximum size limit.
A good story and a great
meniorN

Shelby Gray
Five-\ear-old Shelbi Gra% is
off to a great start in her
fishing experience Linda
Dixon pros ided Shelb.'s
story
Living on Little Lake Santa
Fe is great tor grown-ups and
children alike. Shelbv Gray
and her brother, lMason. enlov
fishing the lake at all times of
the day. Shelb is 5 Yea ts old
and Mason is 2.
Her favorite fishing is tor
the small bream at the edge of
the lake in front of A'ana and
Papa's house using hler rod
and reel. However. recently
she decided to fish Indian with her little play fish net that
her brother uses to pretend
fish with. She was feeding the
fish at the dock their favorite
breakfast-bread crumbs-and
dropped a piece into her net.
As she a.i sitting Ithere
deciding >i hat to do witll the
soggy bread, a hand-stied
bream saam into the net.
Thinking she had hit tihe
jackpot that morning. Shelhy
jumped up with the fish in her
net, screaming a, her Grampa.
!"I got one.
The next morning. after
Shelb3 and Mason had gone
home. Grandpa was feeding
her fish and noticed how uany
little fish were waiting to be fted
and called Shelby in
Jacksonville via the phone. She
quickly informed him that she
could tell him how to catch a
big one if he would do as lhe
said.
. Congratulations. Shelb !--
You are already. a great
fisherman and %%e know% that
your fun is just beginning We
hope you catch man> more and
teach young Mason and Papa
just how it is done.
Good fishing.
Good hunting.
Enjoy the great outdoors


KHHS


Continued from p. 5C

work.
Lott completed a 13-yard
pass to Mangus, then two
straight passes to Greg Taylor
for a net gain of 18 yards.
Mangus then came through
again with receptions of 16
and 10 yards, moving the
Indians to the Fort White 16.
Keystone called a timeout
with 58 seconds remaining
after an 8-yard reception by
Taylor. Lott then found
Mangus at the 5 and Mangus
fought-his way into the end-
zone from there for a


touchdown.
The second half was all Fort
White:
Fort White began the half
with a 68-yard touchdown
drive which featured a double
pass play that resulted in a 41-
yard gain before Salsberry
again made' a'touchdown-
saving tackle at the Keystone
4-yard line. Dickinson and his
coaching staff were yelling at
the players prior to the play to
watch out for the double pass
%play.
"The thing that upsets me
the most is just the mental
mistakes we made tonight,"
Dickinson said.
Fort White capped- the drive
with a 2-yard touchdown run


by Gilmer. Its defense then
forced- turnovers on
Keystone's first two drives of
the half.
E I v i n Sheppard's
interception at the Keystone 47
led to Fort White's fourth
touchdown. Lewis ripped off a
27-yard run following the
turnover before Mike Williams
had a'19-yard run to the 1-yard
line. Gilmer scored from there
with 5:15 remaining in the
third quarter.,
Sheppard mishandled the
snap on the extra point, but he
picked up the ball and
successfully ran it into the end
zone, making the-score 32-7.
Fort White's Andrew
Sherrer tacked on a 44-yard


field goal after teammate
Chase Cappalia came up with
an interception at the Keystone
26. TelasLscore-carne-e-n-a -
yard touchdown run by
Trevares Holden with 10:21 to
play in the game.


Score by Quarter
FWHS: 14 3 "1.8 7-42
KHHS: 0 7 0 0-7

Scoring Summary
F: Ruise 23 pass from
Gilmer (Hayden kick)
F: Ruise 71 pass from
Gilmer (Hayden kick)
F:- Hayden-22 FG
K: Mangus 8 pass from Lott
(McLeod kick)


F: Gilmer 2 run (Hayden
kick)
F: Gilmer 1 run (Sheppard
run=
F: Sherrer 44 FG
F: Holden 1 run (Sherrer
kick) -5

Team Statistics -
K -F
First Downs 10 1
Rushes/Yds. 22-50 34-195
Passing Yds. 109 '40
Passes 10-25-2 4-7-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 60

The dictionary-is the only.
place where success i
comes before work.
.-Arthur Brisbane -a


Share your outdoors
stories and photos
S]If you have an outdoors
story or photos you would like
to share, please e-mail John
W hitfield at
hunifishs% riter @aol.com.
Photos may also be submitted
at the offices of the Bradford
County Telegraph, the Lake
Region Monitor and the Union
Count. Times.


Social

Security rep's

office moved
Please be advised that the
Social Security
representative's office has
been moved from the north
wing of the Bradford County
Courthouse to the courthouse
annex. 955 N. Temple Ase.
(U.S. 301 1. Suite D. in Starke.
The annex is located bemteen
Pizza Hut and the courthouse
The representative is in
Starke on the fourth Tuesda.
of each month from 10-11 a.m.


Happiness is not in our
circumstances but in
ourselves. It is not
something we see, like a
rainbow, or feel, like the
heat of a fire. Happiness is
something we are.
-John B. Sheerin