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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 2005
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Godwins named Farm Family of the Year


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Doyal and Wanda Godwin
of Worthington Springs have
been named the 2005 Farm
Family of the Year by the
Union County Farm Bureau.
Doyal was born and raised in
Miami. After graduating from
high school, he and his family
moved to McIntosh. While
there, his brother attended the
same high school Wanda did.
She and Doyal met when his
brother brought him to her
house for FFA quartet practice.
Wanda was the piano player
for the group.
"My first impression of
Doyal was that he was an old
man," said Wanda. "But I .did
like his red A-model Ford
pickup."
On Oct. 18, the couple
celebrated 52 years of wedded
bliss. The couple has four
children, nine grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
Their son, Steve, is retired
from the Army and he and his
wife, Gerta, work at the
Reception and Medical Center
in Lake Butler. Their daughter,
Debra, has been a teacher at
Lake Butler Elementary
School for more than 20 years.
She is married to Tom, who
also works at RMC.
Their daughter, Donna, who
was briefly a high school
teacher, has been employed as
a medical technologist at
'Shands at the University of
Florida for more than 20 years.
Their youngest daughter,
Sharon, is a high school
guidance counselor. Her


husband- Raiy, is retired from
the Air Force and currently
works for the Defense
Intelligence Agency in
Washington, D.C. They have
lived in Waldorf, Maryland for
more than 15 years.


See HEALTH 3A


Doyal was an Army
helicopter pilot for more than
20 years. He is a veteran of the
Korean and Vietnam wars. In
June 1971, he decided to was
time to do something else and
retired.


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In March 1984, the couple
.decided to move to the area
where 'Wanda's father,.
Desmond Dukes, was born.
Leaving Fayetteville, NC, they
found a new home near'
Worthington Springs where


they have been ever since.
Once there, Doyal decided he
wanted to do a little fishing.
He had a one-and-half-acre
pond dug on the couple's
property that he stocked with
catfish. To this day Doyal
catches, cleans and cooks
catfish for several community
events. During the tricounty
pond management supper in
September, Godwin supplied
99 pounds of catfish for
participants to enjoy.
Doyal has also ventured into
the cattle industry. A short
time after the pond wak
completed, he began
purchasing Limousin cattle.
This was the beginning of Dee
Gees Enterprises. Several
years later the name was
changed to D and W Limousin.
With the ever increasing costs
of feed and maintaince needs
for the cattle, Doyal decided to
get out of the cattle business
and sold his herd in 2004.
Hie has also been
instrumental in guiding the
Union County Extension
Office's educational programs
and. workshops in many ways.
Besides feeding participants,
he has been the chairman of
the Agriculture Advisory
Council and the Overall
Advisory Council.
As chair of the AAC,
Godwin was responsible for
reviewing and planning
agricultural education designed
to help 213 traditional farmers,
as well as 1275 ranchette land
owners. As the chair of the


See GODWIN, p. 2A


Driggers named, ity- amily-of e Year


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Clayborn and Irene
Driggers, of Lake Butler, have
been named the City Family of
the Year by the Union County
Farm Bureau.
The couple was born into
pioneer families of the county
and have lived in county their
entire lives. They both
graduated from Union County
High School and have been
married for 69 years. The
couple has two children, six
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Irene's parents were George
and Zona Spires of Lake
Butler. The couple owned a
grocery store that is now
known as Spires IGA.
Clayborn's parents were
;Buck And Ruby Driggers of
Lake Butler. The couple
owned a general merchandise
store that was housed in the


two-story building across froi
the Union County Public
Library.
Clayborn and Irene are
members of the First United
Methodist Church of Lake
Butler and have always been
active there. They' have also
belonged to or supported many
civic groups throughout the
community.
After retiring in 1981, the
couple enjoyed two decades of
traveling in their motorhome.
During their travels they were
able to see almost every state
in America along with Canada
and Mexico.
The Driggers are also long
time supporters of the Union
County Tigers and Florida
Gator athletic programs.
Though not as active as they
used to be, they still follow the
teams closely.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
ulctimes@alltel.net


Health Dept. confirms case of EEE


The Union County Health
Department has confirmed that
a second horse in Union
County has contracted Eastern
Equine Encephalitis.
The Florida Department of
Health is encouraging
residents of and visitors to
Florida to take a number of
steps to protect themselves
against mosquitoes.
According to the Center for
Disease Control (CDC) in
tAtlanta, Ga.,, EEE is
transmitted to humans and
horses through the bite of an
infected mosquito. EEE's main
transmission cycle is between
mosquitoes and birds. If.
infected, both humans and
horses can died from .the
disease.
EEE attacks the central
nervous system of horses. The
onset of the disease is sudden
and nearly all cases are fatal.
Early symptoms of EEE in
horses model that of rabies or
WNV Other symptoms


include unsteadiness, erratic
behavior and a loss of
coordination.
EEE can infect people of all
ages. Effects of the disease in
humans can be mild serious or
even fatal. Most people
infected with EEE do not
be-come ill. If they do,
symptoms- mirror those of
influVza. Fever, headache and
sore throat can also be
associated with the disease.
It is rare for a human's
central nervous system to be
affected. If a person's central,
nervous system is affected,
sudden fever, muscle pains and
a headache of increasing
severity often followed by
seizures and coma are the
result.
According to the CDC,
approximately 50 percent all
these cases are fatal.
Approximately 35 percent of
those who do survive the


Union County Farm Bureau President Elrey Griffis (right) presents the City Family
of the Year award to Clayborn (left) and Irene (middle) Driggers. The award was
presented Monday night during the Farm-City Week celebration.


Crash sends two LB residents to hospital


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
An accident .on Nov. 18 at
approximately 7:50 a.m. sent
two Union County residents to
the hospital.
Andrea Davison, 31, .of Lake
Butler was traveling
southbound on S.W. Ninth
Avenue when, according to a
report from the Florida High
Patrol, she failed to stop at a
stop sign at S.R. 238. She
drove directly into the path of
Troy Starling, 32, of Lake
Butler, who was traveling west
on S.R. 238.
Starling's 2001 Ford F150


Sitting the middle of S.R. 238 are the remains of a 2000
Toyota. It was struck when it's driver failed to yield for a
stop sign. The driver and one passenger were
trtnsonrted to the hnosnital


Several UC
offices closed
over holiday
Many government offices
in Union County will .be
closed over the
Thanksgiving holiday.
Closings are as follows: all
Union County offices and
departments will be closed
Thursday and Friday. The
city of Lake Butler will be
closed Thursday and Friday.
The Union County
Extension Office will be
closed Thursday and Friday.,
The Union County Times
will be closed Thursday and
Friday.



Pictures with
Santa help


raise money
The Big Red Christmas
Drive will be; offering
pictures with Santa on
Saturday, Dec. 3, from 2-4
p.m. and Tuesday, Dec. 6,
from 7-9 p.m. The event
will be held at the Union
County Emergency Medical
building located on S.R. 121
in Lake-Butler. For each
picture the. program is
asking for a monetary
donation or a new
unwrapped toy. For more
information,. call Mindy
"Gooddwm-,: (3,6) 867.0305.


UCHS offers
tutoring
classes
Union County High
School will be offering
tutoring classes Monday-
Thursday after school from
3:15-4:15 p.m. Students can
receive help in academic
subjects or FCAT skills.
The tutoring will be
ongoing. Parents wishing'to
enroll their children in
tutoring can either fill out
the form sent home with
their child or pick one up at
the front office. For more
information, contact
Geraldine Griffis at (386)
496-3040 ext. 4946.

Pneumonia
vaccine
available at
UCHD
Pneumonia vaccines are
currently available at the
Union County Health
Department. The vaccine is
recommended for persons
aged 65 and over, and for
persons under 65 who are at
high-risk for pneumonia.
High-risk categories include
those with chronic disease
of the heart, liver or lungs
and those with diabetes. For
more information or to
schedule an appointment,
call the UCHD at (386) 496-
3211.


3211.


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 Butler'or to the
Telegraph office (131
W. Call St.,.Starke).
Phone or fax 386-496-
2261 or call 904-964-
6305 in Starke.


Union County Farm Bureau President Elrey Griffis (middle) presents the Farm
Family of the Year award to Doyal (right) and Wanda (left) Godwin. The award was
presented Monday night during the Farm-City Week celebration.


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This!


93rd Year 33rd Issue 50 CENi;S


See CRASH, p. 8A


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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES Nov. 24, 2005



GODWIN LBMS names 166 to first nine week honor roll
Continued- from-gp. 1A


OAC, he was responsible for By GAIL D. LIVINGSTON
the evaluation and planning of Special to the Times
the entire extension office's A total of 166 students were
educational programs that named to the honor roll at
impacted more than 1,200 Lake Butler Middle School for
Union County youth and more the first nine-week grading
than 60 adult volunteers. This eriod. Forty-three students
was in addition to the regular period. Forty-three students
agricultural clientele of the made all A s, with a 4.0 o:r
office. higher grade point average. A
He has spent time helping the total of 123 students had a 3.0
youth of the county in other to 3.9 grade average for the,
ways as well. For years he first nine weeks. Students
taught the Hunter Education making all A s are shown in
Safety Course for the Florida the photos accompanying this,
Wildlife Commission. The story. The A-B honor roll
course is a prerequisite for students are listed as follows in
obtain a hunting license, alphabetical order by grade.
These days you can find Eigth grade Christopher
Doyal at the S and S in Alexander, Ashley Andrews,
Worthington Springs. Early Ashlee Barton, Adam Cason,
each morning his drinks coffee Taylor Chastain, Brianne
with the "Coffee Club". He Clyatt, Rose Cornett, Scott
also enjoys hunting and yatt, Rose Cornett, Scott
fishing. Dicks, Jenna Driggers, Mason
Ir 1995, Wanda retired form Dukes, Colby Elwood, Markie
the Florida Department of 'Emery, Raylynn Gibson,
Revenue. She had taught music Corey Gunter, Jonna Jacj many years prior to her work Sylvia Lutke, Kelly Martin,
at the department. She has also Daniel Nazworth, Brittany
served as the United States Pittman, Dylan Ramos, Hillary
Army Chaplain's division as it ln RodHua
an piano player and workshop Ricks, Angelina Rodriguez,
planner. She has also worked Tara Sapp, Alana Singleton,
with the Billy Graham Allison Southwell, Lauren
Ministry and played piano for Tomlinson, Charles Waters
several quartet groups. and Lounetta Watkins.
Since her retirement she has Seventh grade Jenie
been able to travel frequently. Jacqueline Anderson,
More than two weeks ago she Allen, Jacqueline Anlerson,
found herself in Los Angeles. Jason Archer, Cadilyn Bishop,
From there she traveled 15 Hayden Brown, April Cornett,
days. on a cruise to Ft. Kayla Drawdy, Amy Emery,
Lauderdale. Shelbie Finley, Chase Fry,
The .couple is a member of Emily Holmes, Kaylen Johns,
the Sardis Baptist Church in Candace Maddox, Taylor
Worthington Springs where a
they both enjoy signing in the McSpadden, Randy Moody,
choir and working with youth Jessica 0 Steen, Colby
groups. Odowski, Brooks Palmer,
Ashley Parrish, .Keatoii
James Redmond ca. be'--kjeynolds, Caleb Romrell,
reached at (386"-496-226Jl or Jameka Ruise, Lindsey
uctimes@alltel.net Saunders, Michaela Shannon,
Cheyenne Tempest,
Almanique Watkins.


190 make LBES
honor roll

By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


A total of 190 students were
named to the honor roll 'at
*Lake.-. Butter -Elementary
School for the. first nine-week
grading period. The students
had a grade point average of
3.0-3.9 for the first nine weeks.
The students are listed below
by grade.
Fourth Grade-Joseph
Chiomento, Zorria Corbitt,
Lauren Covin, Ashton Craig,
Cody Dyal, Alexis Sanchez,
Bethany Smith, Chance
Vaughn, Taylor Andrews,
Robin Buchanan, Brooke
.Womack, Alley Fletcher,
Jacob Hedman, Kyle Mosher,
Molly Parker, John Provin,
Shelbie Regar, Travis Starling,
Sith Waters, Randa Conner,
Carrie Dorsey, Jordyn
Driggers, Billy Heaton, Garrett
Hersey, Kendallyn Johns,
Colten McAlister, Chelsea
McRae, Corey Palmer,
Zackery. Palmer, Courtney
Personette, Christopher
Starling, Jonathan Besso,
Ashley Feltner,- Morgan
,Geisenburg, Terry Kitzman,
Sam Lovelace, Alexis Myers,
Josh Smith, Elizabeth Veals,
Hannah Hicks, Madison
Kellenberger, Chelsey Mack,
Charlie McCastle, Daniel
Bonds, Kylie Alvarez, Jack
Anderson, Tyler Bruneau,
Michaela Clemons, Morgan
Dobbs, Terra Godwin,
Geordyn Green, Taylor Joyner,
Oylan Phillips,...Spencer-
Shannon, JaiAil Strong, Mari
Ward, Jordyn Addisonr,
MiKayla Chandler, Dallin
Crews, Kayla Nettles, Dalton
Sumner, Danielle Willis,
Meagan Conners, Tristan
Andrews, Quay Drawdy, Jacob
Knight and Teigan Rengering.
Third Grade-M a c y
Adams, Angel Cruz, Joshua
Glover, Cody Miller, Garrett
Norman, Michelle Perez,
Preston Wilson, Julie
Albritton, Stephanie Godwin,
Antonio Hendrieth, Quatesha
Watkins, Thomas Webb,
Chase Wilkerson, Taylor'
Furukawa, Kaytlyn Grigsby,
Aaron Horn, Brianna Martin,
Amanda Russell, Victoria
Vinci, Shelby Wilkerson,
Aubrey Carr, Travis Kitzman,
Austin Mobley, Johnathon
Stewart, Makayla Poole,
Kelsie Barrick, Keyambre
Cobb. Crystal Rosier,
Sheenasassy Scarth, Brandon
Snowden, Witt Thomas,
Alplionso Brown, Brody
Brooker, Brenan Clyatt, Lilly
Combs, Alyssa Davison,
Conner McAlister, Tristyn
Southerland, Callie
Worthington, Selena


Sixth grade Ryan Adler,
Martavious Albritton, Shelby
Bullock, Dustin Burgess,
Jennifer Dicks, Caleb Dukes,
Quaneshia Edwards, Kelly
Gray, Priscilla Guthrie,
Courtnee Hardin, Timothy
Henson, Amy Hicks, Kailee
Hooten, Emma Howell,
Michaela Joyner, Rebecca
Lovelace, Ethan Pace, Grace
Perez, William Riggs, Sierra
Rimes, Sierra Self, Alana
Stevens, Bobbie-Jean Tatum,
Dekoda Veals, Hali Ward,
Casey Whitehead and Jacob
Yarbrough.
Fifth grade Ember
Alldredge, Dylan Allen, Lane
Bishop, Devin Boone, Mariah
Bowen, Kavia Bradley, Kelsey
Brooker, James Brown,
Victoria Castillo, Kyle
Chaffin, Chaton Croft,
Marshall Dobbs, Destiny
Elixson, Michael Ellis, Robert
Gockley, Shakeylia Griffin,
Caitlyn Halle, Ashlyn Harden,
Darci Hendricks, Tyler
Hopkins, Casey Johnson,
'Miesha Kendricks, Kierra
Maxwell, Hailey McRee,
Abigail Metz, Austin Morin,
Zachary Nettles, Deana
Parrish, Krysten Parsels,
Marina Ramos, Caroline
Rimes, Chelsea Roberts,
Nicole Shaw, Caitlin Shealy,
Drayton Shealy, Brianna
Tatum, Amber Templeton,
Christopher Thornton,
Shaimea Watkins, Haylee
West, Christine Wight and
Brittney Williams.

Mattox, Ryan Neumann,
Brittany Regar, Maranda
Stewart, Robert Trueblood,.
Christopher Kiser, Latavia
Jackson, Shyanne Griffis, Cole
...! L. i llr


Higginbotham, Jordan Howe,
Rodney Kaser, Tyler Mincks,
Chavarria, Mikal Erwin, Alexis Williams, Trever Poole,
Jordan Gore, Samantha Brittney Cooper, Lacey
Harden, Kayla Odom, Edgley. Nicole Lanterman,
Mercedes Smith, Meagan Jaszmin Link-Johnson, Billy
Sellers, Brandon Ames, Hunter Miller, Merideth Schmidt,
Ash, Triston Kitzman, Devonta Nolan Ward. Morgan Worrell,
Henderson, Devin Arizmendi, Katie Zipperer, Carmen
Jessica 'Brown, Aniston Dobbs, Francisco Gomez,
,Crawford, Kqri Dip.h...Ide... Lati.Yah McDonald, Tara
Kuczenska, Natahja Lee, Parnsh, Valf~rie Sy, "Philip
Tiffany Love and Wesley Brown, Brandon Hart, Ashley
Smith. Holt, McKenzie Mobley,
Second Grade--Meagan Hannah Musgrove, Dalton
Adkins, Caleb Henderson, Sapp, Emilee Southwell,
Samantha Massey, Caleb Matthew Weeks, Dairon,


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LBMS fifth grade all A s
Fifth-grade students at Lake Butler Middle School making all A s for the first nine-week
grading period were (front/ 1-r) Clay Abraham, Emily Akridge, Alexis Bennefield, Kelsey
Harrisonan and Shane Hendricks; (back/ 1-r) Vanessa Love, Danielle Pate and Dalton
Townsend. Not pictured: Stacy Norman.


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Crawford, Clay Halle,
Jonathon Hardin, Shiann
Hutchinson, Kortney Jenkins,
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LBMS sixth grade all A s
Lake Butler Middle School students in the 6Ih grade making all A s for the first nine-week
grading period were (front/ l-r) Marissa Boyle, Albert Brand, Garrett Crosby, Kiersten
Davison, Morgan Dukes; (,middle/ 1-r) Kaci Graham, Lindsey Hanson, Austin Harden,
Brandon Hattie, Brianna Langfor and Kaleb Nobles.(back/ l-r) Ryan Perez, Adam
Roddenberry, Jordane Spitze, Courtney Stephens, Brittany Trowell, Shelby Wooddell and
Abbey Worthington. Not pictured: Keanna Odom.


LBMS seventh grade all A s
Students in the 7"h grade at Lake Butler Middle School making all A s for the first nine-week
grading period were: (front/1-r) Colby Andrews, Linsey Clark, Cojirnie Driggers, Chelsie
Hersey, Megan Mobley; and (back/1-r) Jay Norman, Marissa Washington and Jamal White.


Not pictured: Michael Howell.
Big Red
Christmas
Drive taking
donations
,The Big Red Christmas
Drive is now accepting
donations for its annual
event. The group is looking
for new or slightly used toys
and clothes that will be
given to needy families all
aver Union County.
Monetary donations will be
accepted as well. Donations
can be dropped off at Union
County Volunteer Fire
Department station five on


S.R. 121 in Lake Butler or
The Rag Patch in Lake
Butler. For more
information, contact Mindy
Goodwin at (386) 867-0305.
SREC has new
meal site for
those 60 and
older
The Suwannee River
Economic Council has a
new congregate meal site
for seniors 60 and older. On
Tuesday and Thursdays,
from 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.,
seniors can come to the


Worthington Springs First
United Methodist Church to
enjoy free food, music and a
sing-along. For more
information, contact SREC
at (386) 496-2342.
Support group
hosts
workshop
The Family Caregiver
Support Group will host a
workshop entitled "Taking
Care of You during the
Holidays." The workshop
will take place on Tuesday,
Nov. 29, at Mom Barker's
Store located at the corner


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LBMS eighth grade all A s
Eighth-grade students at Lake Butler Middle School making all A s for the first nine-week
grading period were (front/1-r) Megan Adams, Ashton Howard, Adam Mott; (back/l-r)
Gabby Perez, Jordan Reynolds and Roman West.


of S.R. 121 and C.R. 18 in
Worthington Springs. The
workshop begins at 5:30
p.m. Limited respite
. opportunities are available.
For more information,
contact Carolyn Jones or
Velma Chandler at (800)
717-3277.

UCHS Class of
1995 planning
reunion
The Union County High
School Class of 1995 is
planning a reunion. If you
are a graduate or know a
graduate, please contact
Amanda Roberts Smith at
(386) 496-4506 or Rebekah
Welch Huffman at (404)
402-5774.


People in France, Ireland, India and Spain, as well as
Scotland, play the bagpipe. The ancient Romans used
a form of bagpipe that was used in Persia, Turkey and
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Scenes


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Tigers Head Coach Buddy Nobles helps seniors line up for their season photo.


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BY GAIL D. LIVINGSTON
Special to the Times
Union County High School
had a total of 144 students to
be named to the honor roll for
the first nine-week grading,
period. Twenty-nine students
made all As with a 4.0 or
higher grade-point average. A
total of 115 students made a
3.0-3.9 grade-point average.
Students making all A s are
featured in the photos
accompanying this story. The
A-B honor roll students are
listed as follows in
alphabetical order by grade.
12th grade Steven Baggett,
Treasa Barber, Ronnie Barton,
Stephanie Blakely, Lesley
Boyd, Brenda Chandler,
Whitney Dukes, Austin Emery,
Courtney Floyd, Jenna
Handley, Hannah Honour,
Tiffany Johns, Jennifer Lake,
Kerrie Lynch, Mallory Martin,
Amanda Mayer, Aaron Mayo,
Leah McDowell, Kasey
Nobles, Jill Peacock,
Christopher Perry, Kari
Pittman, Eric Rathmann, John
Sapp, Whitney Shannon,
Adam Smith and Lakisha
Witter.
11th grade Shawn
Andrews, Seth Bass, Samantha
Baynum, Lindsey Brannen,
Tara Dobbs, Carissa Driggers,
Tiffany Holmes, Stacy Hutton,
Miranda Kent, Brittany
Knight, Mallory Lintz, Brett
Maddox, Audrena Mallard,
Wade McDowell,' Jamie
Mobley, Brittany Mundorff,




Program/
quality
committees
to meet
The Early Learning
Coalition of Florida's Gateway,
Inc. Program/Quality
Committee 'Meeting will'be'
heldon.Monday, .Dec. 5, at.2,..
p.m. at the ELC-FG Office.
The coalition oversees the
state and federal funding for all
school readiness programs birth
to age five for Columbia,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee
and Union counties.
Community participation is
invited and input is welcome.


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Brandon Saunders, Morganne
Schlipf, Seol Shin, Cailey
Thomas, Samantha
Touchstone, Jennifer
Vanduzer, Thomas Ward,
Megan Welch. Donald West,
Jenifer Wight, Katie Williams,
Marcia Williams, Lana Wise
and Mallory Wise.'
10th grade Richard Allen,
Bu An, Ashley Benton, Jared
Brand, Terri Brown, Jody
,.Cason, Brandon Cauthen,
Michael Chandler, Yolanda
Chassie, Jordan Clyatt,
Chelsey Crews, Aundie Fields,
Crystal Fulbright, Danielle
Giebeig, Jennifer Gockley.,
Travis Hofmann, Sampson
Jackson, Eva Penzl, Destini
Perry, Cody Pillow, Nicolette
Sandquist, Courtney Shealy,
Brittney Starling, Michelle
Starling, Zachary Sweat,
Maurice Watkins, Allante
Webb, Charles Williams and
James Wring.
Ninth grade Alisha
Badger, Holli Barnett, Heather
Boggess, Kristopher
Bracewell, Michael Cairel,
Keith.Corson, Summer Depew,
Ashleigh Dyal, Coral .Finch,
Andrew Framer, Brittany
Griffis, Tyler Hamilton,
Chance Howell, Sara Hughes,,
Deaudra Jones, Joshua Martin,
Ashley McCrory, Jessica
Morgan, Amanda Parrish,
Breanna Parrish, Marquez
Perry, Julie Redding, Gabrielle
Reeder, Kayla Roberts, Justine
Rogers, Brooke Smith, Laci
Smith, Robin Thomas and
Susann Thomas.



Historical
society
accepts
items
The Union, County
Historical Society accepts
'"istoricaslr ftsaTrr tIhe' `'!
Museum 'every-';Me'tday ----
from 9 a.m. until noon.
Items can be taken to the
Townsend Building located
on S.R. 100 in Lake Butler.
For more information
contact Cindy North at
(386) 496-3044.


As seen
onTV.


UCHS ninth grade all A s
Union County High School students in the 9th grade making all A s for the first nine-week
grading period were (front/1-r) Cindy Crawford, Stephanie Crosby, Brandi Thornton and
Erica Townsend. (back/I-r) Charles Hobson, Joshua Dicks, Brady Clark, and Jonathan
Howe. Not pictured: Brodie Ellis.


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



Not what we say about our
blessings, but how we use
them, is t rue measure
of our thanksgiving.
-W.T. Purkiser
***


Father and son
share same
h irthdate
Oct. 28!
Oct. 28 of last
year was a
special birthday
for Danny Lee
NThornton, as his
first child was
born on his 32nd
birthday.
It's unique to have a child born on your birthday and to share the
same full names.
Happy Birthday...

Danny Lee Sr. and Danny Lee Jr.


VR StAte Plan Public Meetings
Come share your thoughts on the ways to improve
Florida's Vocational Rehabilitation Program.
December 1
11AM IPM
Millhopper Branch, Alachua County Library
3145 NW 43rd Street
Gainesville, Florida
December 1
5PM.-7PM
Columbia County Library
308 NW Columbia Avenue ,
Lake City, Florida ":

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Please note that the following accommodations will be provided American Sign Language
Interpreters. Assistive Listening Devices,
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24,2005 UNION COUNTY oivES Page 7A


Older
Americans
Act helps UC
seniors
The Older Americans Act
provides a variety of
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.


Historical
Society next
meeting in
Jan.
The Union County
Historical Society will not
have its regularly monthly
meeting again until
Monday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m.
The group has decided not
to meet until January
because of the holidays. For
more information call (386)
496-3044.
Dial a Story
available to
children
Young children of Union


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

The hardest thing in the
world to understand is
income tax.
-Albert Einstein
It is hard to fail, but it is
worse never to have tried
to succeed.
-Theodore Roosevelt


UCHS 10th grade all A s
Students in the 10th grade at Union County High School making all A s for the first nine-
wcek grading period were (front/1-r) Jessica Parrish and Mallory Rogers. (back/I-r) Jason
Rathmann, Justin Hanson, Zeke Scaff and Timothy Hutton. Not pictured: Lillie
Emmelhainz, Daniel Anard and James Rengering.


BIRTHS


i UCHS 11th grade all As
. Eleventh-grade students at Union County High School
Smoking all A s for the first nine-week grading period were
. (from left) Cody Tempest, Lynne Riherd and Zachary
Blunk. Not pictured: 'Phillip Holmes and Rebekah
Yarbrough.


UCHS 12th grade all A s
Union County High School students in the 12'h grade
making all A s for the first nine-week grading period were
(from left) Sara Richardson, Lacey Johnson and Holly
Reed. Not pictured: Acea Brown, Cara Hannon and Jessie


Lane.
County
commission
meets third
Monday
The Union County Board
of County Commissioners
meets on the third Monday
of each month beginning at
7 p.m. The meeting is held
in the county commission
chambers located inside the


Union County Courthouse
located at 55 W. Main St. in
Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
4241.

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AdHoc
committee
meeting is
Nov. 29
Please be advised that the
Early Learning Coalition of
Florida's Gateway, Inc. AdHoc
Committee meeting will be
held on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at
3:30 p.m. at the ELC-EG
Office.
The coalition oversees the
state and federal funding for all
school readiness programs birth
to age five for Columbia,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee,
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CRASH
Continued from p. 1A
struck Davison's 2000 Toyota
in the driver's dodr. According
to Union County Emergency
Medical Services personnel,
Davison had to be cut from the
Toyota with the Jaws of Life
before being transported to
Shands at the University of
Florida. A 3-year-old female
was also transported-to UF.
Three other children, riding
with Davison, were treated and
released at the scene.
FHP Trooper Lena Ward
estimates in her report that
$6,000 in damage was done to
the Toyota. She also estimated
that $4,000 worth of damage
was done to the truck.
As of press time, Davison
was listed in stable condition at
UF. There was no information
available about the 3-.year-old
girl. Ward said the accident is
still under investigation and
charges will be forthcoming.


LEGALSG

LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting of the-Board of
Directors on Monday, December 5,
2005, 6:00 P.M at the Quality Inn and
Conference Center in Lake City,
Florida.
11/24 2tchg. 12/1


PUBLIC NOTICE
RULE NAME:
6.216 Deferred Retirement Option
Program (DROP)
6.31 Terminal Sick Leave Pay
PURPOSE AND EFFECT:
To update Board Policies
SUMMARY:
To update Board Policies
AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes
LAW IMPLEMENTED:
ECONOMIC IMPACT: None
Policies can be viewed in the Office
of the Superintendent of Schools, 55
SW Sixth Street, Lake Butler, Florida
between the hour, of 8:00 A.M. and
4:00 P.M.
A HEARING IS REQUESTED
WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS
PUBLICATION IN ACCORDANCE
WITH SECTION 120.54 FLORIDA
STATUES, IT WILL BE HELD ON
JANUARY 10, 2006, AT 6:00 P.M. IN,
THE SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
ROOM. A COMPLETE TEXT OF
THIS PROPOSED RULE MAY BE
VIEWED IN THE OFFICE OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF
SCHOOLS, 55 S,W. 6TH STREET,
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA.
11/24 ltchg.
I...NLTHE-CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2005--CP-0013


HEALTH
Continued from p. 1A
disease are left with permanent
brain damage. Young children
and the elderly are at most risk
from this from of the disease.
Symptoms in humans usually
occur from, four to .10-days
after being bitten by an
infected mosquito.
There is no licensed vaccine
for human use, which makes
controlling the disease
difficult. Once infected, there
are no known effective
therapeutic drugs to cure
humans. Limited financial
support as well as not knowing
the cycle of the disease in the
wintertime has made the
disease difficult for the CDC
to control.
Currently the CDC's priority
is to develop and evaluate
vaccines for the disease. They
are attempting to develop and

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
NANCY C. LARKIN
.. Deceased.-- -"
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
NANCY C. LARKIN, deceased, Case
Number 63-2005-CP-0013, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Union
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Union County
Courthouse, Room 103, 55 West
Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida
32054. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
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evaluate therapeutic drugs, owners have done a good job
improve diagnostic and virus in getting their animals
detection tests and improve properly vaccinated over the
predictive capabilities as well. past few years and we have
CDC keeps tabs on cases of seen a significant drop in the
EEE through the National number of equine WNV
Notifiable Diseases cases," said Bronson. "But it is
Surveillance System. In 2003, critical that we don't become
it began testing a system complacent. Mosquito season
known as Arbonet. It is a is upon us and the chances of
,___natio .al., -. elec-t rfonli-c--conracin -tiestr iesTiave
S surveillance system established nC..e remed Hors
by CDC to assist states in of course, increased. Horse
tracking WNV and other owners are reminded that their
mosquito-borne virus such as animals' vaccinations must be
EEE. up to date, including the
Since 1964 the CDC has 200 necessary booster shots."
confirmed cases of EEE in In 2004, 48 cases of EEE in
humans. States with the largest horses were confirmed. Six
number of cases are Florida, cases*of WNV were confirmed
Georgia, Massachuses aretts and in that same year. In 2002, just
New Jersey. The center less than 500 cases of WNV
averages approximately four were reported. Vaccinations
cases per year, but has seen as 2001, whilethTe EEE vaccine
many as 14 cases in one year. 2001, been around for yearsccine
According to the CDC, more has been around for years
cases do not occur because the
primary transmission cycle
takes place in swamp areas
where populations tend to be
limited. Even if at first you -do
The Florida Department of succeed, you still have to
Agriculture Commissioner work hard to stay there.
Charles H. Bronson is urging -Richard C. Miller
horse owners to have their ***
animals vaccinated against
mosquito-borne illness. "Horse


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


Teenager charged with falsifying report of home fire


A 14-year-old Bi.lfr lI
County girl and her uncle have
been charged with filing a false
report to law enforcement
regarding a fire discovered in
the residence they shared with
the parents of the teen.
Lauren Ashley Howard, a
freshman at Bradford High
School, has been the subject of
much community concern over
the last two mnonilhs after
allegedly being assaulted twice
in a restroom at BHS.
County dispatch received a
call Nov. 15 stating there was
a fire in the house belonging to
Howard's parents northwest of
Starke, according to Sheriff
Bob Milner. Family members
extinguished the flames, but a
crowd of citizens surrounded
the- house', believing the fire
was related to the assaults of
the girl, Sheriff Milner said.
Howard and her uncle,
Jimmy Cecil Register, 27,
both stated--they were-about to_
leave the residence when they
noticed a fire coming from her
bedroom. They both told
deputies they saw, several male
figures running into a ncarb',
tree line. Investigators cast
doubt on their stories inimiall,
and had further concerns after
reviewing the scene more
closely after daylight.
The state fire marshall was
called in to assist in the
investigation, Sheriff Milner
said.
On Thursday, Howard and
Register were, interviewed
separately by Lt. Kenneth
Hinds and they both admitted
falsifying statements.
Howard stated she wanted her
parents to move her out of the
county and falsified the story to
create additional fear. She
admitted setting the fire in the
bedroom herself. Howard also
admitted to starting a fire the
previous evening while
spending the night with a
friend in another part of the
county. That fire was self
contained in a small room
.. Reg-ister admitted his claims
were false as he was trNing to
assist his niece in moving
from the county.
Register and Howard %were
charged by sworn complaint
with false report of
commission of a crime, d
misdemeanor punishable by
jail time and a fine..
Sheriff Milner says he hopes
this begins to bring closure to
an unfortunate set of
circumstances which cast. a-


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negative image on Bradford are being dealt with as to the safety of students at
County and the high school in appropriately by the school BHS has been addressed by two
particular. system and the criminal justice assemblies. .-at BHS, a
-Clearly, this young student system," Milner said. community meeting and an
had some issues~ita-sm~alL IThe totally unwarranted increased number of officers
group of students, all of whom pandemic fear n thCe-Tmunitty--- patrolling. BHS with the Starke.


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"I continue to maintain BHS
is as safe as any high school in
Florida but we.are not immune
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Keep food
safety in mind
during the
holidays
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is urging consumers
to familiarize themselves with
food safety measures as the
holiday season approaches.
More than 76 million people in
the United States are sickened
by food-borne illnesses every
year and more than 5,000 cases
are fatal.
"Many people have buffets
for holiday meals and for
parties,,and it's important that
they know what can and cannot
be left out for an extended
period of time," Bronson said.
"In the chaos of the holidays, it
is important that consumers be
familiar with food safety tips
and follow them." ...-
The Department's Division of
Food -Safety is responsible for'
assuring the public a safe and-
'. holesCome food supply
:through permitting' and
inspecting food establishments
and lab testing food products.
But the most important food-
borne illness prevention
measures are in the home. Food
poisoning is caused by bacteria
that are often undetectable by
sight, smell or taste.
'One top concern this time of
year is the increased risk of
illness resulting from stuffing
turkeys prior to cooking ---
which is not recommended by
food safety experts.
Here are some other tips to
follow for a safe holiday
season:
-- Thaw the turkey in the
refrigerator, not on the counter.
Room' temperatures promote
bacteria growtth. Allow one day
of defrosting for each five"
pounds of turkey weight.
-- Cook the stuffing separate
fromthe turkey. Stuffing put in
an uncooked turkey is
susceptible to bacteria growth.
-- Cook to the proper
temperatures. A whole turkey
should reach an internal
temperature of 180 degrees F.
The stuffing in a turkey should
reach a temperature of 165
degrees F. Cooking a turke) at
an oven temperature. of lower
than 325 degrees F is unsafe
because it allows the bird and
it uffir"ttlrMIdin the dangerW
z.'ne ficr bacterial gro,'.th for
oo' long.
-- Don't interrupt the cooking
process Interrupting the
cooking process promotes
bacteria growth.
-- Slice the turkey before
refrigerating. Whole turkeys do
not store safely in the
refrigerator. Put the slices into
shallow containers, cover and
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-- Be careful with holiday
buffets. Servings should be.
kept small and replenished
often directly from the stove or
refrigerator. The longer food is
kept out -- especially beyond
two hours -- the higher the risk
of food poisoning.
--'Carefully store leftovers.
To speed up the cooling
process, put leftovers-. ito -
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ag disaster around the state, including ai
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meeting with industry
aid bill representatives. 'He has
Florida Agriculture and estimated a more than $2
Consumer Serr v i cs'.billion loss to' agriculture from
Commissioner Charles H. the hurricanes, predominantly
Bronson hailed the disaster Katrina and Wilma. Florida's
legislation introduced recently nursery industry has been
by Senator Mel Martinez and hardest hit, suffering more than
Congressman Mario Diaz- a billion dollars in damages.
Balart along with other Winter vegetable crops were
members of the Florida also devastated because they
Congressional Delegation that had already been planted when
would provide assistance to Hurricane Wilma cut a swath
those in the agriculture and across the state.
aquaculture .industries who Bronson is organizing a tour
have been devastated by recent with members of Florida's
hurricanes, congressional delegation on
SBronson met last week in November 21 to show U.S.
SWashington, D.C., with Department of Agriculture
members of Florida's Deputy Secretary Chuck
congressional delegation and Conner firsthand the damage
industry representatives to that has resulted from the
outline the crop and hurricanes. They will be
infrastructure damages suffered traveling to Immokalee,
by agriculture and to request Homestead and Labelle.
help. "I am very appreciative of
"Some of our farmers are dn. the fact that all thenembers of
the verge of going out of Florida's congressional
business as a result of the delegation recognize the severe
multiple hits by hurricanes and damage and are responding'as'
I am extremely pleased our quickly as possible with
delegation has responded so emergency legislation,"
quickly,". Bronson said. Bronson said. "I am hopeful
"Agriculture and aquaculture that some financial help will
are critical to Florida's become available soon so that
economy and our farmers, many of whom also
representatives in Washington took a beating last year, can get
,clearly understand the need for back on their feet."
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James Bennett
STARKE James Dinkum
"Dink" Bennett, 87, of Starke
died Thursday, Nov. 17. 2005, at
Shands Starke emergency room.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr.
Bennett moved to Starke in
1975. He retired from civil
service at Jacksonville Naval Air
Station as a machinist in 1975.
He was a member of Pine Level
Baptist Church and was former
choir director at South Point
Baptist Church in Jacksonville.
Mr. Bennett is survived by: his
wife. Martha Bennett of Starke; a
son Jim Bennett of Jacksonville;
a daughter Melanie Anderson of
Okeechobee; three step-
daughters, Violet Secrest of
Starke, Venicia Mason of Bailey,
Colo. and Brenda Cooper of
Fredericksburg, Va.; a step-son
John Myrick of Leesburg: nine
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his first wife' Betty
Bennett and a son Rex Bennett.
Funeral services for Mr.
Bennett were Nov. 22, 2005 at
Pine Level Baptist Church with
the Rev. Terry Williamson
officiating and the Rev. Roman
Alvarez assisting. Burial
followed in Hope Cemetery
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Pine Level Baptist
Church Building Fund.

Agnes Conner
JACKSONVILLE Agnes
Conner, 88, of Jacksonville died
Friday, Nov. 18, 2005, at Frank
Wells Nursing Home in
Macclenny.
Born in Bryceville, Mrs.
Conner lived in Starke before
moving to Jacksonville in 1987.
She was a member of New River
Congregational Methodist
Church and was a homemaker.
Mrs. Conner is survived by:
two daughters, Macil McCloud
of Starke and Cecil Ann Wright,
of Jacksonville; seven grand-
children, eight great-
grandchildren and three great-
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her
husband Demery Conner and a
son Clyde Conner.
. Graveside service for Mrs.
Conner were Nov. 21, 2005 in
Brandy Branch Cemetery in
Baldwin with the Rev. Alvin
Griffis officiating. Internrent
followed under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.

Lorraine Goyette
'KEYSTONE'I EIGHTS -
Lo6i-i- '. Marli.,.Goyette.'..i-l o~ ...
Keystone Heights died Monday,
Nov. 21, 2005, at Shands at AGH
following a brief illness
Born in Wesiberry, Long
Island on Aug. 25, 1934, Mrs.
Goyette moved to Keystone
Heights in 2004 from California.
She was a retired school teacher
and was of he Catholic faith.
Mrs. Goyette is survived by:
her husband of six months James
L. Goyette of Keystone Heights;
two step children, Todd Goyette
and Kimberley Kennetto a
brother Edmond Neder of
Orlando; and five grandchildren.
.Memorial services for Mrs.
:Goyette will be held at a later
date. Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights is in charge of
arrangements.


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LAWTEY Funeral services
Edward "Mr. Shorty" Johnson,
84, of Lawtey will be held at I1
a.m. on Saturday. Nov. 26, 2005
at Philadelphia Baptist Church,
1191 Middleburg Rd. in Lawtey.
Arrangements are under the
care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.
Mr. Johnson died Friday, Nov.
18. 2005, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville.

Frank McConnell
STARKE Frank Oscar
McConnell. 73. of Starke died
Thursday, Oct. 6, 2005 at Shands
Starke.
Born in Port Morris, N.J., Mr.
McConnell lived in Salt Lake
City, Utah before moving to
Starke six years ago. He served in
the U.S. Army and was a die and
tool mechanic. He was a member
of Air Park Baptist Church.
Mr. McConnell is survived by:
three sons, Frank 0. McConnell
Jr.. David McConnell and John
McConnell. all of Utah: three
daughters, Deborah Prevatt of
Starke, Mary Sawyer of Houston,
Texas and Tima McConnell of
Utah; a brother Newnan
McConnell of New Jersey; a sister
Florence Wolverton of New
Jersey; numerous grandchildren
and great-grandchildren.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home
of Starke was in charge of
arrangements.

Harry Owen
STARKE Harry Owen, 60, of
Starke died Sunday, Nov. 20,
2005, at Shands at the University
of Florida.
Funeral arrangements were
incomplete at press time. Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke is
in charge of arrangements.


Margaret StanleyV brothers, Arch Walters and Ed
K rE YSTONE HIGHS Wa.lters, both of California, and
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Joey Walters of Montana.
Margaret Lee Stanley. 78. of Memorial services for Mr.
Keystone Heights died Sunday Memorial services for Mr.
Nov. 20, 2005, at her residence Walters were Nov. 16, 2005 in
following a brief illness. the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Born in Belleaire, Ohio on Funeral Home of Starke with the
Nov. 8, 1927, Mrs. Stanley Rev. Robert Nichols officiating.
moved to Keystone Heights 32 -Interment followed in Dedan
years ago from West Virginia, She Cemetery.
was a licensed practical nurse and`.. _
member of First Assembly. of God Gracie Young
Mrs. Stanley is survived by: STARKE Gracie Young, 61,
three sons, Delbert Stanley of of Starke died Saturday. Nov. 19,
Keystone Heights, Gregory 2005, at Orange Park Medical
Stanley of San Antonio, Texas Center.
and Dean Stanley of ,Bell; a Funeral arrangements were
brother Larry Littleton. of. incomplete at press time. Archie
Kissimmee; a sister Janet Nichols Tanner Funeral Home of Starke is
of Williamstown, W.Va.; seven in charge of arrangements.
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband Delbert
A. Stanley.I "When You Say It With Flowers
Memorial services for Mrs. Beautiful oweraid"
Stanley will be held at a later It' Bautflly ad"
date under the care of Jones I since l73s
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
Memorial contributions may i
be made to the Children's:.Make a I 2 ,
Wish Foundation. 1 4


Mark Walters
BROKER Mark LeRoy
Walters Sr., 57, of Brooker died
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005, at E.T.-
York Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville:
Born in Eureka, Calif., Mr.
Walters lived in Alachua before
moving to Brooker seven )ears
ago. He retired from tlhe:city of
Gainesville as a power plant
supervisor. He also worked at
Dollar General.
Mr. Walters is survived by: his
mother Maron Walters of
California; a son Mark Walters Jr.
of Archer; a sister Clare Morton
of Maryland; his fiancee Nancy
Tweedy of Brooker; three


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Thursday, November 24, 2005 Page 4B


Let's not get carried away


The Florida Department of
Corrections is currently having its
problems, some of which are brought
on by faulty hiring' and promotion
practices at the highest levels, but the
sitiuti,,n doesn't provide anyone with
a free pass to take pot shots at honest,
h.tir-working correctional employees
who man the ramparts every day (and
night), dealing with convicted felons
with warped and twisted minds and
just plain mean streaks in their
personalities.
Tom Edwards, a Gainesville
attorney representing former DOC
employee Marcus Dwayne Hodges, in
seeking to justify his client's alleged
misadventures, attempted to paint all
present and former DOC employees
with the same brush, saying, "When.
you -get caught up in a subculture,'
which is what the Department of
Corrections really is-a closed, a very
closed cohmmunity-Mr. Hodges was
put in a situation where he did things
he would not normally do. People ina
the department can retaliate directly
or indirectly and that is a practice that
has been associated with, the.
department since it was organized."
Edwards is woefully wrong, in
saying that working in a prison setting
causes an employee to "do things he
would not normally do.'" The
--thousands ofemployees- who spend a
career in correctional positions and
never violate rules and regulations
give proof that the few recalcitrant
employees bring their poor values
with them rather than obtain them-


Reader thinks
patriotim
has lost its
zeal
Dear Editor:
As a publisher, I keep a
watchful eye on most, local
publications. I read the Lake
Region Monitor on a' weekly,
basis .
In the last edition, there was
a story on the front page that
was headlined. "Ultimately, the
day was about Them."
The story was about the
Veterans Day activities in
Melrose. It's funny because. I
had just been thinking about
the real lack of support and
reverence our American Vets
get for all they have done for
us.
I had just been at the comer
of S.R. 21 and S.R.100 where



Thanks to all
who attended
-unveiling
Dear Editor:
I would like to thank
everyone who attended the
"unveiling" of the breath-
taking granite monument on
Veterans Day at the Keystone
Heights cemetery.
It was unbelievable that



Thanks to .

-C school.

district
Dear Editor: .
It is so easy to become sw ept
away in the current created by,
the issues and events which
have recently come to light and
captured the attention of
everyone in Bradford Count'..
I myself am guilty of
wanting to know: the who,
what, when, where, why and
how of it all. But' in doing so,
I have lost sight of many of the
wonderful things that go on
within our school and
community, Experiences and'
events which. in the shadow of
these more sensational stories,
have become overlooked.
Wonderful things that drew me
,to Bradtord County in the first
place and made me choose to
remain here when given the
opportunity and choice to live
elsewhere.
With Thanksgiving ap-
proaching, I thought it would
be an appropriate time to share


through prison association.
For the record, Hodges is one of
five former DOC employees who has
reached an agreement to cooperate
with investigators in order to avoid
trial for distribution of steroids.
Hodges has been charged with
hunting illegally in two states, South
Carolina and Florida. He participated
on a prison softball team whose
behavior was so unsportsmanlike that
the team was banned from
competition for two years. In
September 2002, Hodges was arrested
in Gainesville for failing to move off
a downtown street after bar-closing
time, 'but was never prosecuted.
Hodges' behavior was less than stellar
long before he joined the Florida
agency.
The Florida .Department of
Corrections was established by the
1959 Florida Legislature when it was
transferred from the Department of
Agriculture to the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services.
there to remain for two years before
being established as an independent
department in state government.
Bradford County native Louie L.
Wainwright was DOC secretary for
more than 30 years, during which
time the agency grew from seven
institutions and a few road camps to a'
major penal system, with some type
prison facility in 64 of the 67 Florida'
counties. During the Wainwright
tenure, personnel problems were
virtually unknown.
By Buster Rahn, Editorial Writer


the fire department was taking
up a "boot collection," not for
veterans or.disaglqd vea groups
on Veterans Day, but For
"Jerry's Kids."
Don't get me wrong. I think
that the cause of Jerry Lewis is
a great and deserving cause. I
just didn't think it appropriate
on a day to remember what
America is because of the
selfless bravery and heroism of
our veterans.
To me, as an American. there
is only one holiday that means
so much as Veterans Day and
that is Christmas. The way I
see it, God made us and our
veterans and active duty
military protects us, and our
way of life
So when I saw the article
starting with "Ultimately" I
thought, "What'? Was there
something preempting Veterans
Day? Ultimately. You'%e got to
be kidding."


close to 150 folks came by to
help the Garden Club of the
Lakes and the city of Keystone
'Heights honor a'll'veterans of
all wars. .. ,
I also want to thank all the
participants in the program:
without them the program
would not have had the
meaning for which we were all
there. Many thanks go out to
all those who donated to the
monument. Your contributions


some items which are reason to
be thankful to live in Bradford
--Counts and be a part of
Bradford County Schools.
I am thankful for the teacher
who...:
*stays late to help a child
learn;
*paid for mys'onto go rnfa
held trip when I could 'not
afford it;
*has a not so secret stash of
lunch money to buy meals for
children. who forgot their
lunch;
*bought clothes and shoes
for a little girl in need;
*buys crayons, paper, pencils,,
books and other school
supplies for their students;
*an endless supply of caring,
hugs, and Kleenex tissues;
*listens to a child when no
one else will;
*takes work home day in,
day out. and over the weekend'
*goes in to work on a
Saturday and Sundays;
*skips lunch to work with a
student or meet with a parent;
*goes to the ball field to
watch and cheer for his or her
students who play baseball or
football;


"Ultimately," you or I woul(
not be free to sit here and write
abotAings an~r.us,,.aswe
do. if it were nor for the
sacrifices made by men and
women who have fought and
died for our way of life and to
protect this country, our
families, and our precious
freedom which is so taken for
granted.
I thought the article' itsel
was very good. I just was
angered by the carefree use o
words in the headline. I am
convinced that patriotism has
lost its zeal, as years have goni
past.
Our lack of patriotism ii
schools. God in schools, lega
issues, political issues. and
rights issues, have clouded ou
judgment and appreciation foi
those who loved this country'
enough to make the "Ultimati
Sacrifice." ,
David Gord


will never be forgotten, jus
like our veterans will never bi
forgotten:-.,
' Please visit the Veteran:
Memorial Pathway and the
monument soon. You will be
glad you did.
Thank you all again.
Joan Jone.
Vice Presiden
Garden Club of the Lake
Chairman of the VMI
project


*attends concerts or danct
recitals;
*encourages children anm
gives second.-third and fourtl
chances or as many as it take
because giving up is not an
option: :
*really does believe that nc
child should be left behind:
!*has hope for a child tha
others may have given up on;
*drove a van packed witl
clothes. food, and medical
supplies to children ir
Mississippi and Louisiana;
*taught a child to play ar
instrument, and built a roonm
for them to play it in.
I am Thankful for all thi
caring people who do i
difficult and stressful job fo
little pay or gratitude.,
To the teachers of Bradforc
County and everywhere. thani
you for all you do."
To parents and students
Take a moment to reflect or01
some of the wonderful thing
these hard working amt
..dedicated people do and there
take a moment to say, "thank
you." I
Carol Baie
Starki


Doyle Thomas
Open letter to
Commissioner Doyle Thomas:
We want to take this time to
commend you for your
eagerness and willingness to
support the Pleasant Grove
Community. You assisted in
providing insight into


Mother
speaks out
Dear Editor:
A week after my daughter's
IEP meeting I am still furious.
I am completely taken aback
when I see our school leaders
at work. I have never seen such
ignorance in my life. Weeks
before the meeting, I went to
the principal of Southside and
voiced my concerns to. the
principal, Mr. McRae. Much to
my dismay, when I discussed
the fact that' my daughter is
mentally retarded and the
curriculum was, far too
advanced for her, he looked at
me as if I had just called her a
foul name. She was standing
beside me and heard the entire
conversation.
I want my daughter to know
I %\ ill fight tor her to receive an
education that is based .around
her needs. Well weeks later at
our IEP meeting, Mr. McRae
decided he needed to tell me
that "all children deserve a
positive parent. All children
deserve a parent who believes
in them."
When I asked him what he


availability and criteria of
grants for which will
ultimately benefit our
community. Your efforts are to
be applauded. Continue to keep
us informed and keep an' open
line of communication with our
group. The concern citizens of
Pleasant Grove appreciate you
and commend you as we feel
you are doing a good job
representing our district.
We are prayerful that our
grant for recreation will be
approved during 2006. We


was trying to say, he responded
that I called my daughter
"retarded." Well, hello, you
have documentation' that'
doctors have provided you
with that has the diagnosis of
mental retardation. It is time
our community taught our
children to be proud of
themselves with all their
imperfections.
It is a shame that a leader of
a school would think that
children should not know that
they'have a disability and what
it is called and what it means. I
truly believe that I speak for
many parents with children
with disabilities. Our children
should grow up knowing and
being proud to work around it.
My, daughter will never be.
ashamed. I think it is
horrifying to know that people
in this, day would still put
such, a negati 'e connotation on
a medical diagnosis. Knowing
many adults witr mental
retardation who have attended
the Bradford County Schools
my heart breaks when they ask
what their disability is and are
ashamed of the words "mental
retardation." If you want to
find the medical definition


Should economic benefits these
nt industrial parks provide are
residents .be exaggerated as they usually sit
empty for years. Most
asked tod pay important, if someone near the
airp r airport is injured because of
for airport increased a'nd incompatible
4date4,s? activities, who is going to be
UapU L S responsible? Are we going to
Dear Editor: wait until someone is killed
The residents .of Bradford before recognizing that money
and Clay counties should be or economic development isn't
informed of the planned everything?
d development at the Keystone The current map of the St.
e Heights Airport because they John's River Water
e tlnllaWiisked*rh-tt1)lanagerfent Di~stfict:' aqu'feY.
0e Acording to the airprr"s'2004- recharge areas depicts the
d Master Plan Update, 5-20% of airport being on land of the
d the cost of these developments highest recharge rate in an area
would come from local sources, where the water table is also at
r and is estimated will be at least its highest. Due to .this
s $2,541,667. If funding that combination, ,that land
r would come from "other" recharges not only the adjacent
sources is added in, the cost to area's lakes and ground water
f us could be upwards of but water in areas much farther
s $5,641,667. These amounts are away, and is the most
f likely to be higher due to important recharge area around
n typical cost overruns and the Keystone. Both .Clay and
S Airpark Authority is already Bradford counties and the City
e having to take a $100.000 loan Of Keystone would :have to
out. to complete its current T- violate sections of their
n Hangar project. This local share Comprehensive Plans by
1' of funding is supposed to come allowing more than a small
d from the Airpark Authority percentage of each platted lot at
r itself but they have been the airport to be further
r running budget deficits developed. These are Comp.
y recently and apparently they Plans the commissioners spent
e have already approached many hours and taxpayers'
Bradford County for a money on to, among other
Y $200,000 hand out. In my things, help protect our
opinion, increasing drinking water. This all comes
development at the airport is at a time when water supply'
risky both in terms of safety has supposedly become a top
t and water quality so to priority for everyone.
e subsidize this at all is a bad Many people, myself
idea. included, have for a long time
s The airport presently shares focused on the amount of water
e; the immediate area with Camp in our lakes. However, our
e Montgomery and Camp Crystal water won't be worth much if
Lake with the Salvation Army its quality is further and further
Camp close by.The residential degraded. The land at the
s population of the area has, in airport. along with adjacent
t recent years, increased rapidly. Camp Blanding, is also a
s In the last year or so, there has unique natural resource. The
p been a helicopter accident, a State spends hundreds of'
*t plane that had to ditch onto the millions of dollars each year to
lake bed of Lake Brooklyn and purchase exactly this type of
paratroopers that reportedly land for preservation. In this
landed half a mile from their case, the City of Keystone
e targets. The airport is being-' already owns it. People have
used more and more for written about the airport being
i military exercises. According to ; a potential jewel although,
1 the Master Plan, there are with the security fencing going
s currently about 28,420 take up, it looks more like a prison.
offs and landings per year and However, replanted and in its
they want to accommodate an natural state, that :land is
o estimated 35,350 per year by already a jewel and should be
building more hangars, etc. .preserved for. recreational and
t Now the Authority wants to educational purposes and for
add a 300-acre Industrial Park the natural resources it holds
h to the mix. Why do we need for future generations.
' this? Neither the City of Most people reading this do
n Keystone nor either Bradford nqt live near the airport and
or Cl'av counties is allowed to may still being ,asking
n receive payments from the themselves why they should
I industrial leases and the care. The point I'm trying to


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residents,
your pets are.

in' danger
Dear Editor:
I would like the people of
Bradford County to know their
pets are not safe.
My family's beloved 4
pound Chihuahua "Nacho"


was literally torn apart by a
very large bull dog in my yard
in front of my three small
children. The bulldog knocked
down one of my girls then
went back to finish killing my
dog, all while the owner of the
bull dog slood by watching
and did nothing, not even so
much as calling back his
monster.
I. called the sheriff's
department who came out and
called out the "so called"


Know there are other areas of
concern and need for
improvements. We want to
continue working with you and
the county on areas needing
improvement such as roads,
lighting of streets, etc.
Commissioner Thomas, keep
up the good work.
The Concerned Citizens of
Pleasant Grove
Clarence Desue, president
Linda D. Chandler,,
vice president
Sharon Sams, secretary


look in 'the DSM 5. Mental
retardation only means that you
learn differently and at a slower
pace than average people. It is
there with all other diagnoses.
Bradford schools better wake
up.
I am not the only parent with
a disabled child that is angry at .'
the lack of knowledge the
schools have on disabilities.
My child will learn at her
speed and not be pushed
through this system because of
teachers' and administrators' i:i
lack of knowledge. After being
so insulted at Mr. McRae's ,
comments about my openness
with my child I have taken it
upon myself to report 'this
schools system's lack of
understanding of disabilities to ,.
anyone and everyone that will '.,-A
listen to me.
I will continue to bri-ng ';,
Bradford County Schools into i,
the 20th century and force then
to educate my child at her.
speed. I love you Brittany,
always believe in yourself, and L.:
I promise I will continue to ;.
fight for your education.
Sue Maltzahn
Starke


make is. that all counts
residents are going to pay for
things that could harm us with
little or nothing to be gained.
According to the' airport's
meeting minutes of 4/20/05,
there has been talk of the
Bradford County Commission
giving the Keystone Heights
Airport $200,000 to build' an
access road off Hwy. 100. To
date, there have been some new
hangars built .but this road
would be the first big step to
opening up the larger acreage
in the-airport 'for'-development
of' 'the Indust'ita" 'Park
Considering the conditions of
our current roads, it's
unbelievable our county
commissioners would even
consider giving that amount of
money to a facility they don't
even own. The Airpark
Authority is careful to say in
its meeting minutes that they
have received no
"confirmation" on this
$200,000. That may be because
of the public hearings that are
required, apparently a minor
formality for our decision
makers to undergo.
This newspaper reported that
the Airpark Authority is
"restricting access" to them
from the public by changing its
meetings format. One of the
things the Authority recently
considered was spending more
than $8,000 on a new entrance
sign. If the Authority and the
elected officials that support'
them are proud of their plans
then they should purchase the
sign, put their names on it and
take responsibility for their
decisions so that. in the future,
nobody forgets who is
responsible for the results. Our
decision makers should
remember that this is not some
sort of contest about who wins
because then future generations
will lose. It may be difficult for
them, but they should consider
the evidence and rethink their
plans.
The following are the current
members of the Airpark1:
Authority: Robert Canady,
Scott Roberts, Dean Weaver
and Douglas Rudd allF
appointed by the City of
Keystone, William Phillips
appointed by Bradford County,
Glen Harris appointed by Clay
County and Major Cecil
Cauley representing the Florida
National Guard. If you share
any of my concerns about the
airport, please contact them or
your commissioner and tell
them. Thank you.
Eric Piper
Crystal Lake


animal control officer, who, by
the way, was very cold and
uncaring, who basically said
because it was not one of my
children who was maimed or
killed, they could do nothing.
No citation for the dog not
being on a leash or for the
owner for not controlling the
dog was issued.

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Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
Th lle owing individuals
wmre anested recently by local
law' .:ii. cimeni officers in
Pi .d,-i,. Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
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"dide Monroe Stephens,
2, of Hampton was arrested
Nov, N9 by Bradford Deputy
S'.,ci I' I ;, for domestic
t. ..ad aggravated assault.
Sr.:-yi,7 is charged with
twistng the victim's arm. He
then thiaened to cut her throat
with a box cutter, Deputy
Lyons said, Bond was set at
$5,000.
Shawn A, Martin, 33, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 20 by
Bradford Deputy B.D. Morgan
for baie:% and battery on law
enforcement. Martin is charged
with shoving the victim in the
chest \ hen placed in the
patrol car. Martin became
violentt and began striking her
head on the window. DeputL
Morgan said. A Taser was used
to calm Martin however she
again began kicking the
wIindow ith her feet. When
removed from the vehicle she
kicked the deputy and the Taser
%as used She was placed in
leg irons and placed in the
patrol car without t further
incident. Deputy Morgan said.
Ro\ James Tiberio. 43, of
Starke %%as arrested No\. IS by
Starke Officer J.W. Hooper for
batter\ Tiberno is charged %ith
striking the victim Tiberno
was intoxicated at the time.
Officer Hooper said Bond was,
set at I .000.


Jonatan Godicoa Hemandez,
20, of Orange Park was arrested
Nov. 19 by Starke Officer
William Murray for possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Hernandez' vehicle was stopped
for speeding on S.R. 16.
During a search the officer
found a digital scale with
marijuana residue and a pipe in
the center console. He was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Christopher Lobenthal, 38,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 17 by Starke Officer
Jason Crosby for possession of
cannabis. During a traffic stop
the officer found marijuana
rolled in cigarette paper in a
package of cigarettes,- Officer
Crosby said. A $1,000 surety
Sbond was posted for-his release
from custody.
Brandon Scott King, 19, of
Jacksonville was arrested Nov.
17 by Bradford Deputy David
Young for burglary of
dwelling, petit theft, burglary
of conveyence and possession
..f o'ntroll.d substance. King
,as found p.ssed out in a
vehiclee at 4 15 a m.. Deputy
Young said He hdd JppalentI',
been in a neib. htiime ,...heic
he had stolen cigareites.
Prescription druls %ere found
on him at the time of his
arrest Bond as set at
S40.0010.
Jackie Rayj Daughert.. 21.
of Hampton v.as anested Nov.
19 by Union Deput, James
Lee for criminal mischief.
Dauaghertn is charged .with
damaging a vehiclee by
punching the frnnt fender,
Deputy Lee said.

iMs rile Bro'. n. 38. of Starke
was arrested Nov. 15 by


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Bradford Deputy Moore on a
warrant from Duval County for
worthless checks. A $5,003
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Cecil Suggs, 63, of
Macclenny was arrested Nov.
15 by Starke Officer Stephen
Murphy for violation of
probation exploitation of
elderly. He was transported to
Baker County.
Kurtiza Brown, 20, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 15 by
Bradford Deputy Sheri Mann
for violation of probation grand
theft. A $2,500 surety., bond
was posted for Brown's release.
Leeadriea Farmer, 23, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested
Nov. 15 by Bradford Deputy
Josh Luke for violation of
probation' sale of cocaine. She
was transported to Baker
County.
Connie Robinson, 38, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.


17 by Officer Hooper for
violation of probation
worthless check. Bond was set
at $2,000. She was transported
to Alachua County.
Kathleen Mathias, 50, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 19 by Clay deputies on
warrants for contempt of court
and contempt possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Justin Scott Hamill, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
20 by Union Deputy Robert
Manning on a warrant for
criminal mischief. Bond was
set at $10,000.
David Otis Gentry, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
18 by ,Union Deputy Mac
Johns on a warrant for failure
to appear. Bond was set at
$1,500.
Christopher Geisenburg, 22,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 16 for violation
of probation child abuse.


Ted Crawford, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 16 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for indirect criminal
contempt.
Ann Thompson, 42, of St.
Augustine was arrested Nov.
17 by Bradford Deputy Kaye
Sargent for violation of
probation possession of
marijuana.
Gladys Lobri, 38, of
Gainesville was arrested Nov.
17 by Starke Officer Matt


Watson on warrants from
Pinellas County on four counts
failure to appear obtaining
property with worthless.
checks. Bond was set at $939.


Jimmy Cecil Register, 28,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 18
by Bradford Investigator M.L.
McKenzie on warrants from
Duval County for sale of
powder cocaine, ecstasy and
domestic battery. Bond was set
at $50,003.


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Nov. 24, 2005


CRIME


Coach faces
allegations of
sex with teen
A Bradford High School
softball coach and Southside
Elementary School physical
.education teacher is facing an
allegation that he had sex with
a teenager several years ago.
Jeremy James McFadyen,
35, was charged on a sworn
complaint Nov. 17 by
Gainesville Police with lewd
and lascivious molestation.
The complaint accuses
McFadyen of engaging in a
sexual relationship with a 14-
year-old girl, starting in
August 1999. according to
police spokesman Sgt. Keith
Kameg.
Police began investigating
the allegation involving
McFadyen after receiving an e-
mail from the victim saying
she wanted to talk about the
incident and meeting with
Detective Patti Nixon,
The alleged relationship,
which took place in northwest
Gainesville when the victim
was an Alachua County
resident, ended about two years
later, during the girl's junior
year in: high school, Kameg
said.
McFadyen is on lea'e, until
the, allegations have been
confirmed The State
Attorney's Office, had not
received the complaint as of
press time. That office will
determine if formal- :charges
will be filed against McFadyen.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recentlN b\ local
law enforcement officers inm
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Ulysses Tyrone Dommon,
32, of Starke was arrested Nov.
20 by 'Fish and Wildlife
Commission Officer Harold V.
Barry for failure to appear or
pay civil penalty. Bond was set
at S2979.50 cash only.


Precious Linnette Fotecr.
27, of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 20 by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper C.L. Lee on
warrants for failure to appear
worthless checks from Union
County. She was released after
surety bonds totalling $1,500
were posted.
Traffic
Harlie Boyd Gilliam, 36, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 20 by
Deputy Lyons for driving under
the influence (DUI). Gilliam
refused to submit to breath,
blood or urine testing when his
1990 Pontiac was stopped on
Market Road at U.S. 301 at
11:20 p.m., Deputy Lyons
said. He was additionally
charged with refusing to sign
citation, unlawful tag alteration
and driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS).
Ethan Etienne Anderson, 25,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 19 by Union Deputy
Robert Manning for DUI and
fleeing attempting to elude
police. Deputies responded to
U-tpell Liquors where a vehicle
belonging to a missing person
was located. Two individuals
fled the vehicle but one of
them, Anderson, was later
located. He admitted to driving
the vehicle, Deputy Manning
said. He. smelled strongly of
an alcoholic beverage and blew
a .17 percent. His license is
suspended, Deputy Manning
said. .
Jerome Lee, 42, of Lawtey
was arrested Nov. 18 by Officer
Crosby for DWLS, He was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.' .
Jarell De-Angelo Harris, 20,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 18
by-. Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper J.W. Barnr for DWLS
and .on a warrant. from
Columbia County for failure to
appear DWLS. His vehicle was
stopped for speeding on
Northwest 177th Street. Surety
bonds totalling $850 were
posted for his release from
custody.
Kevin Meng, '42, of
Hampton was arrested Nov. 16
by Bradford Deputy D.E.
Cannon on an Alachua County
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Jestes for failure to appear
DWLS arraignment with bond
set at $1,000. He was also
charged on a writ of bodily
attachment from Duval
County. He may -purge by
paying $3,000..
David Taylor, 45, of
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16 by Lawtey Francis for
worthless checks and DWLS.
Surety bonds-totalling $2,861
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custody.
"Anthony Mathias, 44, of
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Nov. 19 by Clay, deputies as a
habitual traffic offender; and
illegal license plate.
Warren Wright, 35, of
Jacksonville was arrested Nov.


17 by Bradford DepuIt David
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DWLS. Bond wai set at
4$4,000 .. .... .
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Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov.. 19 by Clay deputies .fof
violation of probation epired
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of Latey was arrested No%. 19
by Deputy Morgan for failure
to appear violation of
.probation DWLS. A $5,000
was: posted for her release from
custody.
Safety traffic
checks set
for Hampton
Officers of the Hampton
Police Department will be
conducting license and vehicle
safety inspections from
Thursday, Nov. 24,: through
Thursday, Dec. 1.


SPD sets
Click It or
Ticket
The Starke Police
Department will join law
enforcement across the state in
an effort to save lives this
holiday season by reminding
everyone to buckle up.
Florida's Click It or Ticket
campaign brings' attention to
the needless deaths that occur
on our roadways each year
during the Thanksgiving
holiday because motorists fail
to use their safety belts.:
This traffic safety initiative
will run from Nov. 18 to Nov.
30, which will include the
Thanksgiving holiday travel
period.'


Traditionally, the:
Thanksgiving holiday period is
one of the heaviest traveled
times across the U.S. The:
result is a significant increase'
in traffic crashes.
Last year in Florida, during;
the same time period, 77.
people died in motor vehicle '
related crashes and over half of'
those fatalities were not using:
-their safety belts. .
Thanksgiving is a joyous:
holiday, but is is also one of
the. deadliest on our roadways,';
Lt. Barry Warren said. Too;
many people are being killed inj
traffic crashes because the\ just'
didn't take a few seconds to put'
,on their safety belts. Children'
and young adults learn best -by:
example and we all need to:
make sure they see the right:
example, Lt. Warren said.


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Where Main Street and Chamber Offices',
100 E. Call Street, Starke
Time: 900AM
Your facilitators will be:
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Construction and Engincering,
Dee Dee DeLongpre-Exec. Dir. Of Sustainable Alachua 'County
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Community service courtesy of 4-H club
The Bradford County Green Acres 4-H Club participated in the Walk for Hunger
SNov. 20. The club raised approximately $300 for the Food Pantry in Starke. After
Sthe walk, club members delivered Thanksgiving cards to their adopted
grandparents at Bradford Terrace: Members made the cards at their last meeting.
Pictured above are: (front row, from left) Krystal Cornwall, Mackenzie Gault, club
leader Kim Paul, Courtney Paul, Paige Eaves, Andrew Eaves, Jordyn Bennett,
(middle row) Rachel Rosier, Kenneth Brown, (back row) Lizabeth Davis, Marcia
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member Dylan Gault.


LETTERS
Continued from p. 4B
SI would consider this dog to
.e vicious as my poor little
(log bled to death on my lap.
He also had a broken back. yet
(he bull dog will continue to
'roam the streets of Lawtey.
I am heart broken and don't
understand why nothing could .
be done.
Also, shame on the uncaring
owner who never e'en said he-
vas sorry.
Ellen Williams
S- Lawtey


Our children
deserve more
What is it going to take to
get the principal and school
board to get a plan together to
save our school and its
students? What is it going to
i~ake to turn this school
around'? Our children deserve
more.
How safe are our children?
How many weapons are being
brought in? And does school
security even know? How
much are our children actually
learning under these
conditions'?
Maybe this explains why
our children are in a "D"
school. I don't recall these-
problems %%ith past leadership
and if it can't be handle
quickly and appropriately, I
feel new leadership should be
placed in the school.
SWorker harder and smarter to.
fix the school problems. Keep-
our school out of the press.
Stop it from being a laughing
stock. Help our children have
better. Make parents
accountable. And listen to


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those (.parents, students,
community) that can help or
need your help with issues.,
One way to figure out how to
fix problems is to find out
what all of them are.
Remember these students are
this county's future. We need'
to show by example. We-need
to care about one another. We
need to get the job done and
dope right. Our children
deserve more.
Rev. Jerry Carris
Brooker


Parent makes
suggestion to
ease violence
problem
Open letter to Harry Hatcher
and Karl Wendell
Since moving to Starke in
1992, I have heard throughout
the years about the problems
associated with Bradford High
School, i.e. violence eicq.J~.jk,
that )ou seriously os
following:
Institute a volunteer patrol
system. The volunteers could
consist of senior-year students
(credit earned for their
services) and parents. If you
had one parent and one senior
year student patrolling the
halls each school day for the
entire year, I feel confident you
would see good results.
As a parent. I wouldn't mind
taking one day off a year to
help maintain a good learning
environment for my child.
If this was heavily advertised
'and it was made to look
"uncool" for parents and
students not to participate, it
could be a success.
Of course, )ou \would have
to screen the parents for any


listor\ of acts that would d deem
them unacceptable to be around
children.
Please take the time out of
your busy schedules to check
the Guardian Angels %%ebsite
and consider these suggestions.
I truly believe there are
solutions to every problem.
Norma Gail Reames
Starke


Bradford Middle

students help families
for Thanksgiving
Members of the Bradford Middle School girls'
basketball team, along with coach Annie
Williams, assemble canned and boxed goods
for Thanksgiving baskets, which will be
distributed to needy families. BMS students
donate food for the baskets every year. This
year, students donated more than 2,600 items.
Pictured above are: Williams, Synteia Postway,
Coyia Chandler, Tricia O'Ouinn, Shantavia
Jackson, Kenetra Jenkins, leashel Williams
Quinessa Portis, Mia Shell, Ashley Johnson,
Shantel Guion, Alagra Chandler, Macy Winkler,
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player Shantic Mack I not pictured. LEFT:
Shantavia Jackson (left) and Shantel Guion
box items for the food baskets.


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Page 8B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Nov. 24, 2005


LEGALS
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC
HEARING
CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY QF_
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as
amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
'the Land Development Regulations,
objections, recommendations and
comments concerning an
amendment, as describedibelow, willP
be heard by the Planning and Zoning
Board of Bradford County, Florida-
serving also as the Local Planning
Agency of Bradford County. Florida,
ai a putrlic hearing on December 5.
200C5 al 7 O0 pm or as soon
_ -__ tlhareer as the matllr canh,eeard.
in ir e C'uri,, Commission Meeting
Rc,:.m Counry Courthouse located al
9-45 NJorHr, Temple Avenue. Starke.
Fiorda.
Z 115- 11 an application by Ralph
Hazen. as agent for Randall D. and
Pairicia M Williams. to amend the
Official Zoning Atlas of the Land
Development Regulations by
charging the zoning district from
RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY-1
tRSF-11 to RURAL RESIDENTIAL
(RRI on property described, as
follows
Tax Parcel No 05646-0-00000
A parcel of land lying within Section
13. Township 8 South. Range 22
East. Bradford County. Florida
Being more particularly described, as
follows Commence at the Southeast
corner of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Southwest 1/4 of said Section 13,
thence North 88E59'43- West 320.00
feet, thence North 00E02 10' East
482 70 feet. thence North 38E36'38'
East 179 00 feet: thence North
50E04E04' East 271.84 feel lolte-East
line of the Southwest 1/4 of said
Section 13, thence South 00E02'10'
East along the East line of the
Southwest 1/4 of said Section 13 a
distance of 244.67 feet to a concrete
marker at the edge of the water of
Boll Lake. thence South 88E59'20'
East 285.00 -feet, -thence South
00E02'10" West 558.00 feet to the
South line of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of said Section 13.
thence North 88E59 20" West along
the South line of the Northwest 1/4 of
the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 13 a
distance of 285 00 feet to the
Point of Beginning
Containing 8 49 acres, more or less.


Auto repair mechanics to attend technical
r training or other courses related
training to auto repair. Letters
t r i 11 informing repair shop owners
program is about the program have been
pro a0 111 is sent to every registered auto
laiInched repair shop in Florida.
launIChed "Consumers will greatly
In an effort to enhance benefit from a more educated
customer service at the state's work force in the repair
more thanl20.00O(repai-shops,-i.ndustry" --Brnmsor-' said.
Florida Agriculture and "Automobiles become more
Consumer Services technologically advanced every
Commissioner Charles H. year and consumers rely on the
Bronson has launched a expertise of repair technicians
program to assist employees of t.o keep this investment in
auto repair shops with good working order."
additional training. The lawy creating the
The Motor Vehicle Repair- assistance program was passed
Education Assistance Program in 1993 but there was no
will provide scholarships for available funding until the


2005 legislative session. As
part of Bronson's legislative
budget request in 2005,
lawmakers appropriated
$100,000 to be used on a first-
come-first-served basis. The
funds can only be used to pay
the cost of technical training
and cannot be used to cover
travel costs or other expenses.-
-'T he ~iding-d comes from
registration fees paid by the
motor vehicle repair industry.
Motor vehicle repair shops
must apply to the Department
to be eligible for the program.
Educational assistance funding
is limited to $1,000 per
registered location per year, or.
a maximum of $3.000 to a shop
owner with multiple locations.


Shops must also provide the
Department with proof hiji
training has been completed.
The training facility must also
meet the requirements spelled
out in the law.
For more information about
the program, visit the Division
of Consumer Services web site_
- -at-http'/www?800helpfla.comn/
mvreducation.html.


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All graduating seniors in the
state of Florida who will be
attending a state-supported'


school the nex-t
semester/quarter after
graduation (excluding hummer
sessions) are eligible to be
awarded one of 10 $1,00'0
scholarships.
An original 1,000 word
essay with the theme "Why
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the contest application must be
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Public Education and
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February 15, 2006. Write for 'a
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Tne public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notices
concerning the matter will 'be
published unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing. .
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the
amendment. .- -. -
Copies of thne amendment are
available for public inspection at the
Office of Ihe Director of Zoning,
Planning and Building. County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue. North Wing. Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
..____poceeing -and-that- frt'su-iVT
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based
11/24 ltchg.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A
VARIANCE AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE BRADFORD
COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the
Bradford County Land Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections.
recommendations and comments
concerning a variance, as described
Delow, will be heard by the Board of
Adjustment of Bradford County.
Florida. at a public hearing on
December 5. 2005 at'7:30 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room. North Wing, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue. Starke, Florida.
V-05-15, a petition by Davio Carter,
to request a Variance be granted as
provided for in Section 12.3.1.2 of the
Land Development Regulations to
allow a variance on yard setbacks
from required 30 feet front setback to
requested 14 feel and from ,15 feet
side yard setback to requested 10
feet. on property described, as
follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
12. Township 9 South, Range 22
East, being Parcel Number: 06230-A-
20900. Bradford County, Florida
The public hearing may be continued
to, one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing,
shall De announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be
published, unless said. continuation
exceeds-six-calendar weeksfrorrrthe--
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,,
all interested parties-may-appear to
be heard with respect to the special
exception.

Copies of the variance application are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the Director of Zoning,
Planning, and Building. County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referetced publicly
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure .
that a verbatim-' fei'd of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the, testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
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Rising gas prices have
affected more than just the
ajerape driver
As I don't have a car. rising
gas prices- have made me feel
more obligated it help paN for
gas after getting rides from
friends." said Joe Khan, a
student at the Llni\eralt ol
Florida.
With current gas prices ai
appr.",imateli an arm and a
leg per gallon, gas,
conservation has suddenlN
become a topic bf concern.
Fortunately. this is a
problem w%%ith many solutions.
Common sense tells us that
abstaining from dri ing
whenever possible iC the best
way to sake gas Carpooling.
consolidating errands into
feer trips and walking are
also great wa s to conserve
fuel. But when driving is
imperative, manN methods ol
conservation remain.
The condition of car has
much to do vkith s fuel
efficiency.
Changing the fuel filler in
your car improves fuel
efficiency, according to Matt
Troianello of Tires Plus.
A clean fuel filler enables
fuel to flow freely from the gas
tank to the engine. Any
hindrances in the gas flow will
not only cause some gas not to
reach the engine, but will also
require the driver to press the
gas pedal harder, and in both
of those processes, waste gas.
Troianello also suggested a
.. fuel injection -service to help
permit free flow of gas from
the tank to the engine.
Keeping tires properly
inflated also improves fuel
efficiency.
More monetarily convenient
than maintenance though.
drift ng J certain a) can
,,,greatlyi Tniprove gas rnileage.
Excessive idling negatively
affects fuel efficiency. Instead
of letting a car warm-up or
leaving a car on while parked
for an extended amount .of
time. it is more efficient to just
turn the car off and restart it
when needed.
Using the air conditioning
significantly lowers fuel
.efficiencN. However, on the
highway, using the air
conditioning is a better
alternative than rolling down
the windows because, at high
speeds, wind resistance
becomes more of a factor.
"Excessile speed will eat
up your gas fast." Troianello
said.
According to
w\\ww,.fueleconom).go\. ever)
five mph over 60 mph
decreases fuel efficiency) by an
average of 7 percent.
While ever, car reaches its
optimal fuel efficiency at
different speeds, most cars
reach their peak around 45 to
55 mph.


Growth
management
road projects
announced

for N. Florida
As Governor Jeb Bush
unveiled more than $3 billion
in transportation improvements
funding as part of Florida's
sweeping growth management
reforms signed into law last
June, the region's Florida
Department of Transportation
announced local projects.
SThe "pay-as-you-grow"
proposal overhauled the state's
growth management laws for
the first time in two decades to
ensure roads, schools and
water are available to meet the
needs of Florida's growing
communities.
The transportation funding
will be used to relieve a
backlog of road projects and
improve major transportation
corridors across the state.
"In\esting in our
transportation system is vital to
Florida's economic prosperity
and our high quality of life,"
said Bush. "These crucial
transportation projects will
benefit Florida's citizens,
visitors, and businesses by
moving people and goods


manual is up to the driver,"
Troianello said.
When driving a manual,
using overdrive gears, when
possible, saves gas and helps
to reduce wear on the engine.


Hopefully, ini the not-too-
distant future, fluctuating
gasoline prices will no longer
ibe a concern.
"We're going to start seeing
hydrogen vehicles," said Ryan


Fischer of Gatorland Toyota.
Toyota, in addition to other
companies,' is currently
working on hydrogen car
models and a few of these cars
are already being driven.


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Rapid acceleration and braking
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more so than anything else.


As far as transmissions go,
automatic cars are more stable
while, manual cars may
fluctuate in gas mileage.
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Daughter and dad form rock-solid relationship


Laurel and John
Baker have teamed
up to create lamps
using pieces of coral

By CLIFF SMELLEY,
Telegraph Staff Writer

If only her sculpting teacher
could see her now.
Laurel Baker, 'a 2000
Bradford High School
graduate, has been an artist
throughout her entire life, but
she preferred working with
two-dimensional media. She
took a sculpting class at the
University of Florida and
admitted she hated it.
"I was no good at it," she
said. "Whenever you make a
sculpture, you have to think
about every side of the piece.
It was hard for me."
Now, Baker and her, father,
John Baker, are working
together and handcrafting
lamps out of Florida agatized
coral.
The lamps, referred to as the
"Sea Light Collection," are
available on the Web site


This is one of
the coral
lamps
pictured on
Laurel and
John Baker's
Web site.


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Laurel Baker


www.rocknwoodartists.com
and at the Lighting Gallery in
Gainesville. Baker and her
father have been making the
lamps since November of last
year,
Baker said what she finds
most interesting about the
lamps is that each one is
different. It all depends upon
what a particular piece of coral


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looks like. -
"They're just so original and
individual," Baker said.
"That's hard to find in 'this
world because everything's


now mass produced."
Baker's father, whom she
described as being a "rock
hound" for more 'than 30 years,
had a collection of coral just


BC fair will undergo changes in '06


Fair manager Chub
Johnson discusses
changes and
upcoming events
with Kiwanis Club

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Chub Johnson, manager of
the Bradford County Fair,
attended a recent Kiwanis Club
of Starke meeting to talk about
the Bradford County Fair
Association, upcoming events
that will, be held at the
fairgrounds and some changes
for the next fair, which will:'be
held earlier than it has in the
past.
The 2006 Bradford County
Fair will be 'held March 17-26,
- w^hip"ZV .i ..,P.,tin its
rtwo. weeks easier than
normal. Johnson said here are
several reasons for that,
including avoiding a conflict
with the Clay County Fair. The
two county fairs have been
ongoing at the same time fg9r
the last several years.
"We feel that this
competition is not healthy for
either fair, so we wanted to
move (ours) up and get us two
weeks ahead of Clay County,"
Johnson said.
Another change, because of
holding the fair earlier, means
that it will not coincide with
Bradford County schools'
spring break. Johnson said
some people may view that as
a bad thing, but he believes it
will actually benefit the fair.
Johnson, who grew up in
Bradford County, remembers
how the schools were more
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displayed at the booths.
He has talked to various
teachers as well as
Superintendent Harry Hatcher
and Johnson said they are
excited about having that
involvement once again.
Also, more people will have
the chance to attend the fair
since it does not occur during
spring break.
"We feel that doing it the
same week as spring break, we
lose a lot of parents and we
lose a lot of kids because folks
take vacation time and they go
see family in other parts of the
country," Johnson said.
"We're hoping that by having
it when it's not in conjunction
with the spring break that
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boost our exhibition area, but'
also involve more families and
more kids in the fair."
An emphasis has' been
placed on improving, the
exhibition area and Johnson
said he feels that cn be
accomplished by increasing
the number of days the'ateaeis
open to the public.
Last year, the exhibition area
was open five of the 10 days
the fair was open. It will be
open for the duration of the
fair this year with the
exception of the two Sundays
that fall during that time.
Johnson said that will. allow
more people to see the exhibits
and he hopes that, in turn, will
increase the number of
exhibitors.
"We're hoping it's going to
be more of a participating-type
of event this year than we had
last year," Johnson said."f-
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sitting in his backyard. That,
and the fact that Baker got
"bored with
photography-which used to
be her main area of
interest-led to the idea of
creating the lamps.
"I needed something new,"
Baker said. "My dad and I just
got together and started
talking-I had more free time
since I was out of school. We
started looking at the rocks and
we started thinking. We just
got inspired to make
something out of these rocks
that would be functional and
that someone would be
interested in."
Baker said when she and her
father first started making the
lamps, they tried placing the
cut coral on a wood base that
was simply square or round.
That looked, unnatural,
however, whihli led the duo to
cutting the wood to conform
with the shape of the coral.
"Once we have the rock cut
and finished, we set it onto a
template," Baker said. "I draw
around the rock in an organic_-
shape, kind of mimicking the
rock. Then we cut the wood
out into that shape."
Baker said she does most of
the woodwork,, while her
father cuts the coral. She's
learning plenty about the coral
as well during the process. Her
father majored in'geogy.
"He teaches me' while we
work together," Baker said.
"I'm learning a lot about


rocks."
Working with wood and
rocks is probably not
something, Baker envisioned
doing in her life. She had
always taken pictures and went
to UF with the idea of pursuing
photography. However, Baker
said she got burned out on
photography toward the end of
her last year in college.
"I did not want to see
another photograph for the rest
of my life," she said. "There
are just so many images in this
world-I just didn't want to
make another one."
That left Baker unsure of
what she wanted to do with her
life. She moved away from the
area for six months, but
eventually returned home
because she was homesick.
She began spending a lot of
time with her father and,
eventually, an artistic
collaboration was born.
Baker said she thought
working with her father would
be tough, but the two work
really well together.
'"It's exciting and our
relationship has gotten so
much better because. ,we're
both allowed to be creative in
our own ways," Baker said.
The daughter-and-father
team are prepdiain for a tairAto
Tucson, Ariz. for, a gem show
in February. Baker said it is
the largest such show in the
world and she and her father


of approximately 1,00lcoho ma ing ourlife
,members. It is chartered Is
through the Departm~nt of
Agriculture.
"A lot of folks have called
me in the past and assumed we
receive city and county funds,"
Johnson said. "We don't.
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CORAL
Continued from p. 2C

are planning on taking 100
lamps with them.
"'Since they're all handmade,
it's going to take a while,"
Baker said. "Right now, we've
got about 30. The next month
and a half we're going to be
really busy."
The Bakers' Web site also:
features jewelry, which Baker.
said she would like to make
more of,
"I've made a few pieces and
I've learned to weld 'with
metal," she said. '"It's fun
because I just like to work with
my hands. I want to move
more into jewelry and make
some designer pieces using
coral."
Though she's mainly
working in a different medium,
Baker has not abandoned
photography. She works part
time at Thornton Photography
in Starke, where she also
interned while attending UF,'
and she takes the pictures that
appear on the Web site.
Baker also likens the process
of working with coral to that of
working in a dark room, As a
photographer develops an


Laurel Baker is pictured with her father, John. The
two have been making lamps since November 2004.


image, he or she is the first
person to see that image on
paper.
"With the rocks, this thing
has been forming for millions
of years," Baker said. "When
my dad cuts it open, we're the
first person to see it. It's a very


IIK throughout the state to earn
jO Hn I SO Ni' points that will allow them to
o Hn o 2 compete nationally.
Continued from p. 2C The cookoff will consist of
four divisions, with awards
throughout the year to try to being handed out, by a team of
bring in new, stuff to "the 35 judges, to first through
community," Johnson said. fourth place in each division.
"It's also a wvay for us to raise The first-place team receives
funds in order to be able to $1,500.
operate the' fairgrounds and Johnson said the event has
make whatever improvements generated a lot of interest,
we can." '. especially in light of the fact
The fairgrounds will be that the top two teams in the
hosting three upcoming events, state were upset at the Ham
beginning with the fifth annual 'Jam in Green Cove Springs.
Christmas Craft Show, which "I didn't realize there was
will be held Dec. 3-4. The 30" such excitement in the
annual Antique Engine Show barbecue world," Johnson said.
makes *its return to the The cookoff will also feature
fairgrounds Dec. 8-10. an amateur event-the
."These folks have been Backyard Cookoff--that will
coming to us for seven or eight be judged by local
years now," Johnson said, "celebrities," Johnson said.
referring to the engine show. The Academy of Model
"They're just wonderful Aeronautics will be hosting the
people and they've got some King Orange Invitational at the
really.neat stuff when it comes fairgrounds Jan. 1 3-14.
to these steam engines, old Johnson said the event will
motors and everything." feature 42 teams, competing in
Coinciding with the Antique ..thee parking lot in front of
Engine Show is a barbecue Building 3. from throutghouLt
-eeokoff.- sa-net.ioned -by'---ik -ihe..United States,. -Canada.
Florida Barbecue Association.
which will be held Dec. 9-10.
The event is the last chance for
barbecue teams 'from I ,


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meeting
On Tuesday, Nov. 29, the
initial meeting of the Lake
Region Rug Hookers Guild
will take place will meet at the
Melrose Library community
room from 6-8 p.m.
Experienced rug hookers are
welcome, as well as, those
interested in learning this
traditional American art from
the 1840s.
The library is located at 306
Wynnwood Ave. in Melrose.
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exciting feeling to know that
you're the first person to see
inside this rock after millions
of years.
"The formations in each
rock are so different. It's really
neat to see just what this earth
can do. It's amazing."


Mexico and South America.
,'Starke's Boy ,Scouts of
America Troop 70 will be on'
site serving food and drinks
and several model airplane
vendors will also be present.
"It's kind of a new event, so
I'm excited to see what kind of
attention it draws," Johnson
said. ,
If you would like more
information about any of these
events or the upcoming'
Bradford' County Fair, please
call Johnson at (904) 964-
5252. He also encouraged
anyone who is interested to
become involved with the
Bradford County Fair
Association. Board meetings
are the first Tuesday of every
month and fair association
membership is $10.
"Anyone .can come and
attend the board meetings or
membership meetings any time
they want to," Johnson said.
"We encourage that. Please get
involved because the more
folks get involved, the better it
will make our community and
the different activities the fair
.association promotes."


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more efficiently."
In FDOT District Two,
which includes 18 counties in
Northeast and North Central
Florida, $180 million was set
aside for growth management.
FDOT District Two Secretary
Charles Baldwin said' the funds
"will be used for projects
which were identified to
strengthen the region's
economy and increase our
safety and mobility."
"The projects include all
facets of transportation
including rail, seaports,
airports and highways," said
Baldwin.
The $3.1 billion in
transportation improvements
includes $2.8 billion in state
money and $351 million in
public and private partner
funding to enhance the
Strategic Intermodal System.
A statewide network of high-
priority transportation
facilities, the SIS makes up the
core of Florida's transportation
system and includes the state's
largest and most significant
commercial service airports,
spaceport, deepwater seaports,
freight rail terminals,
passenger rail and intercity bus
terminals, rail corridors,
w aterwaN S and highways.
-"The department's three top
priorities are safety.,
maintenance and mobility,"
said Florida Department of
Transportation Secretary
Denver Stutler. "Accelerating
our investment in road and
transportation projects will,
improve the quality of life of
millions of Floridians while
.strengthening our growing.
economy."
Projects planned for the next
five budget cycles will be
presented during public
hearings on the DOT's
proposed work program this
fall. SIS projects selected for
funding must -be consistent
with adopted local government
comprehensive plans and link
to growth management
objectives in the new law.
Projects must also relieve a
backlog of transportation
needs, provide improved
alternatives for moving goods,
or support mobility within'
designated..multimodal districts
and u urban infl1l,


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redevelopment and
revitalization areas.
In addition, $52 million of
County Incentive Grant'
Program and Small County
Outreach Program projects
were placed in the
department's work program in
partnership with counties this
year to improve roadways,
safety and transportation
facilities.
Major projects funded under
the new initiative in the FDOT
District Two region include:
* Interstate 10/Marietta
Interchange---Construction of
the relocated interchange at I-
10/Marietta Interchange just
west of 1-295 to improve
safety, operations and
capacity. Estimated cost: $51
million.
a Interstate 95 from
Heckscher Drive to Interstate
295-Advance construction of
two lanes to provide a six-lane
facility. Completes six-lane
construction of 1-95 through
Duval County. Estimated cost:
$29 million.
* U.S. 17 from Creighton
Road to Milwaukee Avenue-
Advance construction of two
lanes to existing four-lane
Doctors Inlet Bridge to
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$16.3. million.
* Port of Jacksonville
seaport improvements-
Improvements at Talleyrand
Terminal, Dames Point
Terminal and Portwide
maintenance dredging.
Estimated cost: $7. million.
* Jacksonville Transporta-
tion Center/Multimodal Traffic
Management Center-Located
at the Prime Osborn Center.
Estimated cost: $8.1 million.
* State Road 9B from the
St. Johns County line to north
of U.S. I-environmental
mitigation. Estimated cost: $6
million.
* Interstate 95 from St.
Johns County line to Interstate
295-Advanced Traveler
Information System. Estimated
cost: $2.7 million.
* Florida East Coast
Railway from Sunbeam Road
to Magnolia-Rail improve-
ments. Estimated cost: $8.2
million.
* Gainesville .,Regional
Airport at State Road 24
(Waldo ,Road)-Airport
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* Florida Northern Railroad
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Celtics defeat Tigers 31-20, claim Region 2 title


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
"It just didn't turn out the
way we wanted it to."
That statement from Union
County Tigers senior running
back C.J. Spiller summed up
almost the entire 48 minutes of
football the Tigers played
against the Ocala Trinity
Catholic Celtics Friday night.
-Expect for a surge by the
Tigers early in ,the third
_quarter, and one score with just
nine seconds left, the Region
2-Class 2B final went the way
of the Celtics, who scored the
.game's first 17 points. The
early lead, along with two
quick scores in the third
quarter, helped the top-ranked
Celtics defeat the fifth-ranked
Tigers 31-20.
Trinity (12-0) will now host
second-ranked Blountstown
(12-0) in a state semifinal
game Friday, Nov. 25.
It was the second time in
three weeks the Celtics-
--defeated the Tigers. The two
teams met in Lake Butler
during the regular season, with
Trinity winning by two poirits


to claim the District 4
championship.
The Tigers (7-4) were
hoping this season would play
out like their season two years
ago. Dixie County defeated the
Tigers during the regular
season and finished as the
district champion in 2003, but
when the two teams met in the
second round of the playoffs, it
was Union that came away
victorious.
While the Tigers had an
upset on their minds, Trinity
quarterback John Brantley had
other plans. Brantley hooked
up with wide receiver
Courtney .Graham for a 31-
yard touchdown with 7:05 left
in the first quarter. A little
more than three minutes later,
running back Rudell Small
took a pass from Brantley,
turning it into a 43-yard score.
Toward the end of the
second quarter, the Tigers'
offense found some fire. The
Union defense limited the
,Celtics to just three points in
their last two possessions,
which seemed to light the
spark.
Union quarterback Austen


Roberts found several
receivers to move the chains.
The offense, though moving
the ball, could not close the
deal and the Tigers entered the
half down 17-0.
The offense came out in the
third quarter and continued to
move the ball. An 80-yard
drive to open the second half
was capped by a 76-yard
touchdown run by Kevin
Alexander, which gave the
Tigers their first score.
From there, the momentum
began to swing in favor of the
Tigers.
After a holding call backed
the Celtics into a third-and-18
,situation, the Union pass rush
forced Brantley to throw an
incompletion. The Celtics
punted and buried the Tigers at
their own 6-yard line.
The Tigers, with their
offensive fire still burning, put
together a 10-play drive that
took more than four minutes
off the clock. With Tiger fans
on their feet, Spiller capped the
.drive with a 30-\ ard
touchdown scamper. Rodencia
Ausitn's second straight extra
point pulled the Tigers to-
within three points.


.It appeared the Tigers were
going to make a comeback, but
the Celtics would not just roll
over. It took them just two
plays and 43 seconds to
answer the Tigers' score. The
short series covered 65 yards,
with Graham .hauling in a 23-
yard touchdown reception. The
extra point extended the
Celtics' lead to 10 points.
Momentum-began to fade
for the Tigers. The offense, on
its next possession, gained just
7 yards on three plays.
Then, on fourth-and-3 from
their own 27-yard line, the
Tigers took a time out to
discuss the situation. As the
Tigers broke their huddle,
something in Union head
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STornadoes
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By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Destiny Bass' 3-pointer
sparked an 8-2 run to close out
the third quarter and gave the
Bradford girls' basketball teams
the lead for good as the
Tornadoes went on to defeat,
Keystone Heights 55-46 on
Nov. 18 in Starke.
The Tornadoes (2-0 prior o
Nov. 21) trailed for most of the
first half, but Bass' long-range
field goal put Bradford up-33-
32. Tosha Griffin then added a
free throw, followed by
baskets .by both Grilfin and
Khalaa Hill as the Tornadoes
went into the fourth quarter up
38-34.
Keystone (2-1 prior to Nov.
21) would pull to within 44-42
after getting three baskets from
Jessica Whitfield and one from
Kim Russell. However, the
Tornadoes would score the
next six points. Griffin
converted on a layup following
her own steal, Jerrica Warren
drained her third trey of the
game and Griffin added a free.
throw to put the Bradford up
50-42.
Griffin led all scorers with
21 points, while Hill and
Warren had 17 and 11 points,
respectively.
The Indians were led by
Whitfield's 17 points, .while
Russell, who paced the Indians
in the first half with nine
points, finished with 12.
Mary Anne McCall added
nine points for Keystone.
Bradford. w-hich opened the
season with a 40-5 win over
Interlachen, played P.K.
Yonge Nov. 21 and district.
opponent Ridee Jiew Nov. 22.
The Tornadoes will be back in
action on Tuesday, Nov. 29,
against district opponent Baker
ACounty in Glen St. Mary at 6
p.m.
Keystone, which hosted its
dnnual Thanksgiving
tournament Nov. 21-22, will
host district opponent Pierson..
Taylor Nov. 29 at. 7:30 p.m.,
following a junior varsity
game at 6 p.m.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 13 11 10 12-46
BHS: 7' 15 '16 17-55
Scoring
Keystone (46): McCall 9,
Reddish 6, Russell 12,
Spaulding 2, Whitfield 17. Free
throws: 8-14.
Bradford (55): Ba.ss 3;
Goodman 1, Griffin 21, Hill 17,
Newman 2, Warren 11. 3-
pointers: Bass, Hill, Warren 3,
Griffin 4. Free throws: 8-14.

Indians
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site of last,
season's,
playoff defeat

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team opened the
season with two straight wins
before falling to Bradford (see
related story), including a 50-
41 win over a Clay team that
eliminated the Indians from the '
S playoffs.last year.
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Whitfield in the nine-point Keystone outscored visiting
win. Whitfield scored 10 Oak Hall 24-14 in the second
points in the fourth quarter, half to come from behind and
including a 6-for-6 earn a season-opening 51-42
performance from the foul win on Nov. 15.
line. The Indians were outscored
SKarlyn Reddish was the only 15-10 in the opening quarter,
other player in double figures but were able to rally and trail
with 10 points, by just one point, 28-27, at the
half.
Whitfield and Kellie
tSpaulding led the Indians with
Score by Quarter 14 points each. Reddish and
KHHS: 10 13 9 18-50 Kim Russell each had eight
CHS: 6 10 12 13-41 points.
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By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team traveled to
Crescent City for its first
district match of the season,
but the host Raiders made sure
the Indians didn't go home
winners as Keystone fell 4-2
on Nov. 18.
Crescent City scored the
first two goals of the match
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Earlier result:

Clay rallies for tie
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A fast start and a 3-0
halftime lead were not enough
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second win of the season as the
host Clay Blue Devils rallied
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TIGERS
Continued from p. 4C
score put the Tigers' fire out,
they continued to play hard,
with the defense pitching a
shutout in the fourth quarter.
The Celtics drove more than
80 yards to begin the fourth
quarter, but Union senior
-defensive back Chris Perry
picked off Brantley in the end
zone.
Union's offense never gave
up either. After 'Perry's
interception, the offense
engineered a 14-play drive that
included a fourth-and-6
conversion. An 18-yard
reception by senior tight end
Kasey Nobles kept the drive
alive.
The drive was capped off
when Roberts found junior
running back Justin Griffin for
a 15-yard touchdown
reception. A delay of game call
made the extra point a 25-yard
attempt, which was blocked.
Coach Nobles.said"he was
proud his team never gave up.
"Our kids won't quit;" he
said. "They've got that Union
County spirit. It's the spirit of
the fighting purple and gold."
Nobles credits that fighting
spirit to the team's seniors,.
who were on the- first team he.
led as a head coach;
"As freshmen, we asked
them to come up and pla. on
the varsity level," Nobles said.
"We took a lot of lumps that
year, but they never gave up."
Nobles also took time to
look forward, suggesting that
no changes were in store for
his defensive unit despite
Trinity's success.
"We're not going to back
down from our defense,"
,Nobles said. "We're going to
keep playing the way we play.
It's won championships
before."
A heavy-hearted Spiller was
quick to give credit to the'
Celtics.
"That's a great team we just
came out here and played,"


Bradford High School senior James Jamison (far left) is the school's all-time
leading rusher with 3,128 yards.


Jamison finishes career as

Bradford rushing leader.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
When James Jamison began
playing football in the'
,Bradford County, Pop Warner
Association, he was a
defensive lineman. He was
moved to running back a year
laler because of his speed,
That was a good move. as
,Jamison recently wrapped up
his Bradford High School
career by surpassing the
school's career rushing record.
"When I came into the
-season, I just had a goal for
each game to get as many
yards as possible to help me
break it," Jamison said.
Jamison, who rushed for 942
yards this season, finished his
career with 3,128 yards,
eclipsing 1999 graduate
DeWhitt Betterson's 3,041-
yard total. Jamison also
finished his career with 47
touchdowns, placing* him
second behind 2002 graduate
Demetrice Hankerson, who
had'48 career touchdowns.
Bradford head coach Chad
Bankston said Jamison getting
the record %as a bright spot in


'a tough season in 'which the
Tornadoes w,won only three'
games.
"'In a year where we
struggled, it was a good
personal accomplishment for
him," Bankston said.
Jamison admitted the record
was something he had his eye
on since he was in middle
school.
"I heard about it a lot in
eighth grade," he said. "I was
like, 'When I get to high
school and play varsity
football, I'm going to break,
that.' I've been trying all'these,
years and I finally got it."
Several colleges have
expressed interest in Jamison,,
who was a first-team Class 2A
all-state selectionilfast year,
with 1,400 yards., Central
Florida' has offered him a
scholarship and Jamison will
make his visit to that school
next month. He also has a visit
to Georgia Southern scheduled
in January.
Wake Forest, Florida
International, Middle
Tennessee State and Villanova
are among the other schools
that have expressed interest.
Jamison said when it comes
to making a decision on which


school to go to,, he will look
closely at the percentage ,of
student-athletes that gradduate
from that school. He has
already earned a qualifying test
score and is interested in
earning a degree in electrical
engineering or
tOmmunications.
"I'm going to play football,
but I want to get my education,
too," Jamison said.
Bankston, who has known,
Jamison since he' was a
freshman, said Jamison has
"all the moves in the book" on
top of being fast.
"I think he's got great'
potential t(. be a good college
athlete, without a doubt,,
wherever he chooses to go,"
Bankston'said.
Betterson's record stood for
seven seasons. How long does
Jamison feel his record will
last? .
"I'd say it will stand for a
few years, hopefully, but
they've got some good players
coming up behind me like Rob
Harris, Dejor Hill, Jernard
Beard and my little brother
(Jawan Jamison)," Jamison
said. "I'd like for my little
brother to breakit, but we'll
see how it goes."


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Spiller said. 'I wish them the
best of luck as they go to
state."
Perry said the Tigers' third-
quarter rally could be credited
to the team just. coming,
together.
"We fell into a deep hole in
the first half," Perry said. "At
halftime,, we all got together


I II


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'and knew we had to come
back."
Perry also said that unlike
the last meeting between the
two teams, the Tigers were
truly spent after this one.
"I mentioned in. the previous
game that we didn't leave it al
on the field, but this game we
did," Perry said.


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Starke Rec.
Dept. is now


registering for
basketball
Registration .is currently.
under wa\ for the Starke
Recreation Department's youth
basketball program, which
starts its season on Monda\,:
Dec. 5.
Players may register through
Wednesday. Nov. 30. for the
program, which h is divided into
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7. 8-10, 11-13 and -14-17
(determining date for age is
Dec 51.
SGames are played upstairs in
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be clinics for each age group.,
prior to the start of the season
on Tuesday, Nov. 29, and
Thursday, Dec; I. The 4-7
clinics will be 2:45-3:15 p.m.,
followed by the 8-10 clinics at
3:15-3:45 p.m., ;the 11-13
clinics at 3:45-4:15 p.m. and
the 14-17 clinics at 4:15-4:45
p.m. '
T%0o games %%ill be played
each %week of the season, either
on Monday. Tuesday. or

Starke
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The Starke Recreation
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Edwards Road Complex will
be closed Nov. 28-Dec. 9 for
repairs.
If you have any questions.
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Walking


to

prevent


hunger


Tom O'Brian
is present at
the walk
every year,
handing out
cold water to
the walkers
halfway
through their
trek.


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Lucas Thompson (left) and Henry Sutton were two of
approximately 50 walkers taking part in this yea'
Walk for Hunger. The funds raised from the walk
benefit the Bradford Ecumenical Ministries Food
Pantry. A total of $5,724.28 had been raised as of
* Nov. 20.


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People of all ages participated in the walk, including
9-month-old twins Justin and Jerrod McCormick,
who are being pushed along by Genie Dyal.


Lillian Stump (left) and Kyrsten Johnson Patterson
walk hand in hand to help raise funds for the
Bradford Ecumenical Ministries Food Pantry. Stump,
who is still raising money, had amassed
approximately $1,300 at the time of the walk.


from a cup held by
Dennis O'Neal during
a break in the walk.
RIGHT: Jordyn
Bennett puts on one
of the T-shirts given
out to those who
participated in the
walk.


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Music oe complete $100
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5405. 904-263-8933 or
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533-9391 atter 6pm
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14 ACRES I fSTARKE
beautiful, wooded; Odver
1700 ft of paved road.
SFinancir g available w.no
dowr $249 000 Call
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BUILDING LOTS range in
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acres located walking
distance Irom CrosOy
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zoned S F resdentali
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Reality Asssi of NE
Florida 904-334.7179
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4343. www.new
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Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
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NEW, 3BR/2BA 2150 sq
ft, site built home, on 2/3
'acre with paved roads,
$154,900. Call 352-692-
4343. www.newhouse
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INVESTOR SPECIAL! Vic-
torian home on B-2
(Business or Residential)
lot, 2 story, needs com-
plete renovation. Starke
home. Reduced to
$65,500! Call 904-964-
4111.
3BR/1BA, BLOCK home,
CH/A, City of Starke lot,
with all appliances
$75,800. Call 904-364-
6900 or 904-591-2956.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
BEAT HIGH PRICES! New
2006 Fleetwood 3/2,
Timberwood DW, Del,
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low as $49,995. South
Pine Fleetwood, Ocala.
Call 352-671-9210.
ALL NEW FLEETWOOD,
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plus loaded with extras!
Must see! $69,995.
South Pine Fleetwood,
Ocala. Call 352-671-
9210.
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WOOD Dont buy before
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Singles. Ocala, Drive a
little, save a lot! 352-671-
9210.
WON'T FIT MUST. SELL
28x80, 2006 model, 4+2,
for only $51,800 price is
negotiable. Call Mike at
352-373-5428.
OVER STOCK Inventory
will sacrifice Fleetwood,
2006, model 32x74,
4BR/3BA and has a
study for $59,995. In-
cludes setup, delivery, 5
ton AC, skirting and
steps. Call Mike at 352-
378-6024.
2006 4+2 FOR $39,995.
Includes 2 mini decks,
AC, skirting, setup, and
delivery. Factory special!
Hurry-before sale ends!
Call Mike at 352-373-
5428.


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$21,000. Call Mike at
352-375-3408.
BRAND NEW 2006,
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loaded for $46,995.
Setup and delivery in-
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only! Call Mike at 352-
378-6024.
1989 USED SW, 2+2 with
glamour bath, setup and
delivered for only $9995.
Call mike at 352-378-
1008.
1991 HOMES OF Merit,
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2BA, vinyl siding, FP,
large covered back
porch, very good condi-
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Call 904-964-4020.
MOBILE HOMES, for rent,
2BR $350 & up, per
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6770 or cell 904-769-
9454.
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$154,900. Call 352-692-
4343 Information avail-


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FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! -COM-
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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 dc/heat, on site
,laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, FI 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.
FOR RENT; 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR/2BA, A/C,
heat, $550 per month. A
security deposit plus first
and last months rent is


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required. Call 904-964-
8431 or 352-745-1189.
HUGE 3BR/2BA SWMH on
1/3 acre, pets consid-
ered. $400 month and
$400 security. Keystone
area. Call 352-478-2697.
HIDDEN OAKS, Lake But-
ler for rent mobile homes,
3BR/2BA or 2BR/1BA.
Call 386-867-2099.
LARGE 2BR upstairs
apartment for rent. Lo-
cated 3 miles north of
Starke on HWY 301.
$500 per month plus de-
ppsit. Call 904-304-4956
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/2BA DW, CH/A,
washer & dryer, $500
month, 1st, last and se-
curity. Call 352-213-
4563.
2BR/1 BA SWMH $405/mth
plus security and utilities.
Large 2BR/2BA SWMH,
CH/A, $475 /mth plus
security and utilities.
Lake Geneva MH Park,
Under new ownership
Keystone Heights SR
100. Must have good
rental history. Call Rick
352-473-3569.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2/BR,' CH/
A. $450 month, 1st, last,
and security deposit.
Available beginning, of
December, call Joan at
904-964-4303:
2BR/1BA HOUSE, 1100
SQ FT. CHiA. FP. on 1
acre, paitally lencea .
$575 monin C311 901-,
614-7170.


LISTED AGAIN 1BR/1BA
cabin on Crosby Lake,
$350 a month. Call 904-
964-6687.
MH ON PRIVATE LOT
2BR/1BA, $325 month
and $150 deposit. Call
904-964-7865.
KEYSTONE LAKE cot-
tage, 2BR/1BA, fur-
nished, washer & dryer,
.$650 month plus one
month security deposit.
Call 904-287-4103.
2BR/1BA, MH $450 a
month in Starke City lim-
its. Call 904-964-6569.
3BR/1BA, CH/A, IN
RAIFORD. Call 386-431-
9293.
NICE 3BR/2BA DW,
Worthington Springs
area. Includes washer &
dryer, and free satellite
service, quiet $600
month. Call 386-496-
2354.
NICE 3BR/1BA HOUSE
newly renovated, large
.private lot CH/A & Car-
port, $575 month. Call
386-496-2354.
3BR/2BA MH on one acre
close to Keystone. $500
month $500 security. Call
352-475-6260.
51 Lost/Found
LOST KEYS with a cross.
Cross has a picture on
back. One key painted.
If found please call
3860496 1894
52 Animals and
Pets
AKC WARLOCK DOBER:
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East Alabama Mountain
Property For Sale One
hour Cesi of Allania in
Piedrmont. AL Great for
enjoyment or invesimeni
'I acre $6.142 do wn
$51h Monahl
Information Call Glenn
(850)545-4928
ESCAPE TO YELLOW
TOP MOUNTAIN.
WHestern NC Eas)
Access. Paved Road;
Prnis%.c. Galed. Awesome
iewu .r Acreage creeks
. log cabn shell from
$89.00 F inancir,
Available 1828124-

Unique 6 000 sq iI Lake
Laner home. pri ale.
2ac. 325 fi on lake.
requ.nIe gardens.
waterialls. boar dock
50mi NE of il.anla. GA
tl.5.iC.000 Doris
Sa,ag.: RE, 770)1861-
8525.
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beautifullvy wooded
parcel .i 34.000 acre
lake in Tennessee Enjoy
Unlimited water
recreaio..n. Surrounded
t. 'lare forest. Lakefront
.iilable. Excellent
financing! Call now
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unfinihed inside view.
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Lake Barkle) I to 6
acres from the $40s New
to Market Call
866.339-.4966
.T N WEEKEND
RETREAT ACREAGE
New lake community
close to Challanooga &
Kno\ ille Limired
number of phisale boal
slips Communil) lake
access and amenities I/2
* acres from 540K Call
i866,292 .569
$10000 DISCOUNT'
Grand Opening' Ocala
.,rea. rhe Preserse at
Oak Hill. Upscale
equestrian community of
5 ro 21 acre parcels
Private. galed Irail.
Discounr ends 12.15,'05
Broker.Owner 30520330.
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OWN A PRIVATE
MOUNTAIN RETREAT
ypeci.iculr gated
riverfront mounilain
co m mun t n rear
Ahcirlle. NC 1-8 acre
building sites from Ihe
$60s Borders National
Forest Communinl Icsl e
& river walk' Chll
,866)292-5762,
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PROPERTIES" Locnied
onTprisline Norris I.ke.
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Lakefronts, lake &
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Best- Brnmswik County
North Carolina, Hom6s
and homesites. CAI.L
NOW! (800)682-9951
Coastal Carolina
Lifestyle Inc
www.coastalcarolinalifes
tyle.info. ,
Steel Buildings
I WEEK BUILDING
SALE' Lisr Chance' "
20%26 No, $139Q5.
2i'%1 S5"00 30x40
iS.10 40 .1bu ,12 900
Orher, Mricel 140
M PH H.I.her ..iiable
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Pioneer r c ,,)4.'lh 4 -122


at $500, 1 male at $600.
Call 904-368-0521.
MINI BABY PYGMY goats,
make great pets, very
loving, parents on.pre-
mises, blue ribbon qual-
ity, only 4 left. Call 904-
964-8169.

LOVING HANDS
PET SITTING
Going out of town for
the Holidays?
Keep your pet happy
by letting them stay
home!
Call Karilon for rates.
on home visits
352-473-4174 z
352-359-0575
Lensed. bonded Insuredn
LAB PUPS, AKC regis-
tered, will be ready Dec
05, (perfect for Christ-
mas) litterof 8,4 yellows,
2 chocolates left, $400,
$100 deposit. Parents on
premises to view. Re-
serve your puppy today.
Call 352-235-1273 or
352-235-1275.
CHIHUAHUA PUPPY,
(long hair) ready now, 1
males, black & white,
beautiful $200. Call 904-
782-3848.

53 Yard Sales
YARD SALE Sat, Nov
19th, 7am-4pm.' Furni-
ture, clothing, household
misc., exercise equip-
ment, & truck topper.
Conerly Estates, 2nd
house on right.
YARD SALE, Fri & Sat,
8am to 2pm. CR 230 to
NE 15th St. One street
before Golf Course.
Christmas decorations
some homemade.
53 B
GARAGE SALE! Saturday
only 8am to noon. Ap-
pliances, tools, toys,
clothes, shelves, car
seats, bike, camping
equip & more. 8485 Lilly
Lake'Rd, Melrose. Off of
CR 214, between Gizmo
and Midway, go. to
Melrose Rd take a left on
Lilly Lake Rd and look for
signs.
HUMUNGOUS GARAGE
sale on Lake Santa Fe,
come early, Fri & Sat.
Lots of nice items for
sale, furniture, Glothing,
small appliances, etc.
Take SR21 to 21B (Mid--
way) follow signs to end.
55 Wanted


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WANTED! 5 TO 20
ACRES plus zone AG 1
or AG 2 with structure or
bare land. Call 904-783-'
4600.
WANTED GOLD & SIL-
VER coins and bullion.
Call 904-964-4244
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
$5860, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.'
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
'Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
:$399, King- $499.
Memory foam sets as on
TV- too low to advertise.
Call 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
JESSE JAMES Iced metal
22" rims & tires asking
$1800 paid $2500.
Brush guard for full size
truck $600. Call 386-
431-1044.
59 Personel
Services
BUSINESS & Commercial


lans a arranged 50Kur a
up, also receive cash for
owner financing mort-
gage notes. For more
information write to: PO
Box 263, Raiford FI,
32083 or call 352-283-
6118.
LOSE WEIGHT for the last
time! Free samples! 904-
346-1127 or www.StartA
NewYou.com
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., owher
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home, exterior
cleaning; Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Pree estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for'
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144. tfri^
59
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
-lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, iarndscape aesogn
Reasornale rnies. 'iree
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-'2820, if no answer
pleasee leave message.
'LEGAL FORMS- Bank-
rptcy, divorce, wills,
contracts, deeds, corpo-
ration, notary and rrany
Others. Call Tom at 904-
964-5019 or 352-235-
4350.
MILLERS TREE SgR-
;VICE, free estimates, li-
cersed and insured, 20
years experience. Call
904-796-0129. 59
KENDO KAN DO, need
something done around
,,our house? Pressure
ivnasmnng,. lawn cadre,
Landscaping, carpentry,
cleaning, house paint-
.ng allsoris oi odd
Relihae reference-so
'.ded reasonable res
Cali 904-96-143704 =
TECH BRIGADE, atETd-
abqe computer repair.
We make house cals.
Call 352-235-6038.
65 Help
Wanted


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ENTRY LEVEL- American
Access Technologies is
now accepting applica-
tions for our Keystone
Heights location. Will
train with great potential
for advancement. Train
-. to be a punch operator,
-7 brake operator, grinder,
..- run a hardware press,
etc. First and second.
shift possibilities. 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting
salary is $7.25 hour.
DFWP. Good benefits.
352-473-4984.
S,AWN MAINTENANCE-
Individual to do mowing,
:-:; trimming, general out-
;, door clean up. Full time,
excellent benefits,
DFWP. Call 352-473-
..... 4984.
;-'.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
$10. Start today, local
training. Call Sherry at
.,,904-964-8851.
,-.DISCOVER HOW ANY-
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.-$HOP HELP NEEDED, full
time 40 hours week. Ap-
ply in person at US Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
SARE GIVER 2 years
- experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
z.ents. 2 or 3 days per
.week. Su-EI's Retire-
,-.ment Home, Hampton.
..Phone 352-468-2619.
',SALES CONSULTANT,
,,,, Farmers Furniture has
;an immediate opening


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tor sales consultant. Po-
sition offers competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply in
person at Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected tor an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
DELIVERY/WARE-
HOUSE career opportu-
nity: We are looking for
dependable, self moti-
vated people who enjoy
working in a retail deliv-
ery/warehouse position.
If you have a valid driv-
ers license, can meet the
DOT driving require-
ments for vehicles with
GVWR greater than
10,000 Ibs but less than
26,000 lbs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100
Ibs, please consider join-
ing our team. The posi-
tion offers competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply in
person at Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF-
to work with develop-
mentally disabled indi-
viduals in group homes
in Starke. Requires High
School Diploma or GED
& Valid FL Drivers Lic,
w/good driving record,
$7 per hour plus ben-
efits. EOE call 904-964-
1468 or 904-964-8082
FULL TIME ADMIN ASST
for vibrant United Meth-
odist Church, admin and
people skills a must.
Resumes must be re-
ceived by Dec 9,2005 at
FUMC, P 0 Box 157,
Starke, FL 32091. Salary
negotiable, send in-
quires: firstunitedmeth
@earthlink.net.
DAIRY FARM LABOR-,
ERS, hardworking de-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016.
MAINTENANCE PER-
SON needed. Welding,
machinery, and general
farm maintenance. Pay


up to $10 per hour, de-
pending upon experi-
ence. Call 386-462-
1016.
STAFF NEEDED TO work
with disabled persons,
must have experience,
high school diploma or
GED, days and evening
hours. Call 904-966-
2100.
DAYCARE DIRECTOR and
teacher positions avail-
able in Starke. Director
applicant must have cre-
dentials. Fax resume
352-336-9421.
SUPERVISOR TRAINEE
needed. Building Prod-
ucts Industry seeks an
ambitious, energetic,
mechanically inclined
person for a Manage-
ment Trainee position.
Prefer 2-year degree.
We are an EECC, Drug
free workplace. 401K,
health/dental/life insur-
ance, paid holidays/va-
cations. Apply at Gilman
Building Products. 6640
CR 218, Maxville, FL or
fax resume to (904) 289-
7736.
CLERICAL WORK from
home. $250 to $500 per
wk. Helping US com-
pany process HUD/FHA
refunds. Call N.T.A. 800-
798-8119
DETAILERS NEEDED exp
a plus. Call Kendall at
352-274-3495.
EMERGENCY PRE-
PAREDNESS PLAN-
NER-Bradford County is
accepting applications
for a full time Emergency
Preparedness Planner.
The Preparedness Plan-
ner is responsible for
technical work and pro-
duction of planning
documents as: well as
develops emergency
management plans; de-
velops operational
guidelines; establishes
Standard Operational
Guides (SOG); analyzes
collected data or infor-
mation for making rec-
ommendations to
the Emergency Mana-
gement Director
regarding compliance
with the County and


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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HAS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR AN EXPERIENCED

Automotive Technician
If you are a hard working, self motivated individual don't
miss this opportunity to join our winning team: We offer
competitive wages and a great work environment.
Up to $2,500 Sign-on Bonus (Based on experience)
Monday-Friday Work Week
Paid Vacation Holiday Pay
Full Compensation For Training
Life Insurance Retirement Program
Please apply in person only at:
1901 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL
See Tina Crews Service Manager
EOE*DFWP


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TRUCKING

$1,000 Sign On Bonus!


We have immediate positions for both local and
regional Day or night shift available. 401K,
Health Ink., Paid Vacation, Performance and
Safety Bonus. _


State Comprehensive
Emergency Manage-
ment Plans (CEMP).
The minimun qualifica-
tions include a High
School Diploma or Gen-
eral Equivalency Di-
ploma (GED) and two (2)
years experience in
emergency prepared-
ness planning. A Bach-
elors Degree in the field
of planning, business or
public administration
may substitute for one (1)
years exp. in the field of
Emergency Prepared-
ness Planning. Applica-
. tions may be turned in or
mailed to; Clerk of the
Court, P 0 Drawer B,
945'N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL 32091. The
deadline for accepting
applications is Friday,
December 2, 2005 at
4:00pm. Applications
and job description
forms are available at
the Clerk of the Courts
Office located in the
Bradford CoUnty Court-
house, The Alachua/
Bradford Career Center,
609 North Orange
Street, Rm. 09-19,
Starke, FL 32091-2434
orvia the county website
at www.bradford-co-
fla.org. The county re-
serves the right to reject
any and all applications.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.


CLASS "A" Industrial Me-
chanic for 3rd shift main-
tenance crew. Must
have 5 years experi-
ence. Pay ranges from
$16.96 plus .26 shift dif-
ferential. We are an
EEOC and Drug Free
workplace. 404K, health/
dental/life insurance,
paid holidays and vaca-
tions. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, 6640
CR 218, Maxville, Fl or
fax resume to 904-289-
7736.
HUMAN RESOURCES
Coordinator Wanted,
Full-time Human Re-
sources Coordinator for
REDD Team Manufac-
turing, a Division of
Alcoa, located in Key-
stone Heights, FL. The
incumbent will coordi-
nate all human re-
sources functions. Du-
ties include recruiting,
interviewing, screening,
and employee relations.
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,
1-2 years of experience
in Human Resources.
Excellent verbal and
communication skills.
Salary DOE. Please-fax


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Career-minded

Sales People Needed

Good pay structure
Brand new facility
Insurance & 401k
Great organization

Call
964-3200
or apply in person at
15000 Hwy 301 S. Starke, FL

Driver CDL A req'd
HOME EVERY NIGHT &
WEEKEND GUARANTEED

Avg. $888 $1018/wk
No Touch Freight
85% Preloaded/Pretarped
,Snday calIs welcome!.,
Jackson ve,-FL Terminal- -
877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com


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Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Train in Florida
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement Assistance
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
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or email resumes to
Mark.Wortham @alcoa
.com or fax to 352-473-
1850. No Phone calls
please. DFWP. EEOC.
Visit our website:
.www.reddteam.com or,
www.alcoa.com
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la-
borers, Class A CDL
drivers, mechanics- valid
Drivers license a Must!.
Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting top 10 pay? Leading
home time? Van, flatbed,
or curtainside? Owner
operators/students wel-
come. Sign on bonus.
Class A required. Roehl,
"The take home more,
be home more carrier."
Call 7days/week $$$
800-626-4915 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com.
THE CITY OF STARKE
Purchasing Department
has a job position open
for a Delivery/ Ware-
houseman. Duties to in-
clude but are not limited
to, deliveries and pick-
ups from vendors, safely
load and un-load sup-
plies from delivery trucks
by hand or forklift, pull
stock from shelves for all
departments and advise


Director of Purchasing
when stock items are
low, keeping stock ware-
house clean and safe,
responsible for fuel facil-
ity readings and log,
open all gates daily in
the maintenance yard
and perform other duties
as directed. Employee
works under direct su-
pervisiQn of the Director
of Purchasing. Must
have a High School Di-
ploma or GED and must
have a current Florida
Drivers License. Applica-
tions can be picked at
the Bradford Career
Center located at 609 N
Orange St, Starke, Fl,
and returned to the
same. Applications' will
be accepted thru the
close of business on Fri-
day, December 09,
2005. The City of Starke
Is and'EOE.
EARN EXTRA HOLIDAY
cash! $500-$2500/mth
PT from your home &
around your schedule.
Full training. Free info.
www.LuvYourJob.com.
HELP WANTED part time
help answering phones,
assisting customers.
New Wave Digital,
applications, 179 S.
Lawrence Blvd, Key,
stone Heights 352-473-
8383.
COMMUNICATIONS
TOWER technicians


wanted. Gainesville
based tower company
looking for hard working,
drug free applicants with
good driving records.
Tower experience pre-
ferred, light travel, good
pay & benefits. Call 352-
375-7734
PRE-SCHOOL TEACH-
ERS 2 full time positions
available. Competitive
starting salary, based on
exp. and education. In-


PRE-SCHOOL TEACHERS

2 Full-Time Positions Available

4 Competitive starting salary

based on experience and education

-4 Insurance Retirement Vacation


Northside Christian Academy Pre-School J
corner of SR-16 W & CR 225 Starke, FL
CALL (904) 964-7124 Ask for Glenda


surance, retirement and
vacation benefits avail-
able. Call Northside
Christian Academy Pre-
School at 904-964-7124,
ask for Glenda.
72 Computers
and
Accessories
TECH BRIGADE, afford-
able computer repair.
We make house calls.
Call 352-235-6038.


Company Drivers Needed $19


- 20/HR


Immediate openings for Tractor Trailer Drivers with at
least 18 months experience. Minimum age 25. Clean MVR.

Jacksonville Area

PAT SALMON B SONS OF FLORIDA

(a USPS mail contractor)

Apply in person 1501 Pickettville Road, Jax, FL

or call 904-781-7821 or 904-781-2245

or Email ehall@patsalmon.com


RNs LPNs EMTs
"LOCKED" IN Excellence
Positions at various prisons in North
Florida currently available
Full Benefits
Exceptional Health Care Insurance

Vested Retirement after 6 yrs
Annual & Sick Leave Accrued
Paid Holiday
VS.
Per Diem (OPS) Positions np benefits.
Contact: Kathryn Reed, LPN
904-368-3310 or email:
reed.kathryn@mail.dc.state.fl.us
or Sharon McKinnie, RNC @
850-922-6645 or Email:
mckinnie.sharon@mail.dc.state.fl.us


Experienced Cook

Needed
Local Full-Service Restaurant
Competitive Salary Based on Exp.,
(Positive attitude essential)
Call Matthew at

352-316-2934
M-W-F *2- 4 pm
"A Great Working Environment"
DFWP-EOE


HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH, STARKE, FL
WWW.DAVIS-EXPRESS.COM


STAY IN THE "SWEET PART" OF
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Guaranteed Hometime
* Health & Disability Ins. Available
Life & Dental Ins. Provided
401k Available
Safety Bonus


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