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Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 2006
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Officials urge residents to prepare

for Ernesto in event track varies


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Officials from the Union
County Qffice of Emergency
Management are urging
Residents to be prepared in the
event the county experiences
any effects from Tropical
Storm Ernesto.
Director Doug York said his
office was tracking the
movement of the storm closely
and hoping the forecast would
pull the storm away from the
county.
"Right now the forecasted
track has the county seeing a
lot of wind and rain from the
storm," York said. "but there is
much uncertainty in the
forecast and residents should
prepare now instead of
waiting."
As of press time, York's
office was in a Level 3
monitoring stage. This meant
personnel were tracking the
movement of the storm, but
were not manning the office on
a 24-hour basis. The decision
to move to level one, which is
the office being staffed on a
24- hour basis would be made
as the storm get closer.
York reminded citizens that
even if the storm came ashore
as a Category I hurricane, not
to be fooled into thinking it
would be a non-event.
"Hurricane Wilma crossed
the southern tip of the state last
year as a Category I storm,"
York said. "It caused massive
flooding, power outages and
some are still rebuilding their
homes."
He said residents of the
county' should be checking


with Cowboys short lived


The above map shows the projected path of Tropical
Storm Ernesto as of press time. Union County officials


want residents to be ready
storm shifts to the west.
I

their supplies and ensuring that
hurricane preparedness kits are
ready. To be prepared,
residents should have enough
supplies on hand to sustain
, them and their families for 72
hours. Those supplies include
food, water, a battery-powered
radio and .flashlight,
emergency contact numbers,
any medicines being taken and
important documents such as
insurance policies and vital
records.
"You need to have at least a
72-hour supply of these items
on hand because it will be that
long before %ie receive anry


in the event the path of the


type of aid from the federal
government," York- said. "It
will take them that long to get.
supplies into affected areas so
it is important that you keep at
least that amount of provisions
on hand to sustain you and
your family until they can get
here."
Florida's Office of
Emergency Management is
helping residents get ready by
helping them prepare a
hurricane plan. At the office's
We b site ,
www.floridadisaster.org,
residents can enter personal
See STORM, p. 2A


Union County running back Justin Griffin looks to elude a Madison County defender
during Friday night's 41-6 lose to the Cowboys. The Tigers went into the game
hoping a new offensive scheme would give them upper hand against the Cowboys.
For the first six minutes of the game, the plan worked and Union County was able to
go toe-to-toe with the Cowboys. After the Tigers first offensive series, the Cowboy's
defense made several adjustments. Those changes helped Madison County coral the
Tigers and got them the victory. This week the Tigers will be in The Jungle to face
the South Sumter Raiders at 7:30 p.m. For more about last week's game and this
week's match up, see page 6C. Photo courtesy of Chapman Photography.


Voters will decide two local races this Tuesd


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The election season has
opened and with it come four
individuals looking to fill just
two positions.
Wayne Smith and Richard
Wright will square off in the-
race for the District 4 county
commission seat. Jason
Davison and George Green Jr.
Hill go head-to-head for, the
District 5 school board seat..
Both races will. be decided
during the first primary
election, which will be held on
Tuesday, Sept. 5.
In the District 4 county


commission battle, Wayne
Smith is the incumbent. He has
served on the board for the last
12 years. All but one of those
he has served as the board's
chairman. He will go up
against a newcomer in the
political arena.
- Richard Wright has lied in
Union Couift) since 1992.-He
is currently president, of the'
Union County Babe Ruth
Association, but has never held,
political office. He has worked
for the county in the past. He is
presently employed as a nurse
at Shands at the University of
Florida.
The school board District 5


seat will be up for grabs due to
the retirement of Sue
Whitehead. Jason Davison has
decided'he will be one-of .two
people %ying for the position.
He is a Union Count) native, a
Union County High School
graduate and has four children
Ain ,the school system His
opponent is familiar nith the
school system as well. -- --
George Green Jr. is a native
of Union County and
graduated fromUCHS. He is
employed full time with the
Florida Department of
Corrections as a corrections
officer at the Reception and
Medical Center. He also is a


part-time deputy at the Union
County Sheriffs Office. He is
part of the mentoring program
in the school system and his
children attend Union County
schools.
Because there are-only t(%o
opponents .for each seat, w ho
will sit in them Will be,decided
on Sept. 5. Supervisor of
Elections, Barbara "Babs"
Montpetit said the first primary
is the only vote needed to
decide the race,
"If there' were 'three'
candidates, and two were from
the same party, we would need
a second vote," Montpetit said,
"but because there are only


two, and each is from a
separate party, or e'en the,
same party, the race can be
decided with just one election.'!'
Montpetit also wanted to
remind voters the books for
registering for the Nov. 7
general election would \erN
soon. The last da) to register to
vote in the general election
will be Oct. 10. This is 29 days
prior to the election and when
'the state mandates Montpetit to
close registration.
Early voting will be another
way voters can make their
voices heard. Montpetit said
voters can come by_ her office
to cast their ballots. Early


voting will continue through
Sept. 2. Montpetit said her
office will be open on
,Saturday, Sept. 2, for early
voters.' ; .
She asked that voters know
that if the) have any questions:
as to where to vote or how they
can \oie, they can call-her
office for more information..
The elections office can be
reached by calling (386) .496-.
2236.
While there are two races
that will be contested, three
seats went unopposed: school

See LOCAL, p. 7A


Voters asked to reapprove library funding


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
On Tuesday, Sept. 5. the
voters of Union County will be
asked to once again approve a
funding measure that brings
the Union Count) Public
Library more than $90.000 in
re% enue each year.
E'er) two Near since 1998,
Voters have approved a half-
mill of additional property tax
that helps keep the library
operating. Because' the
measure is a special source of
funding Florida's State.
Constitution requires it be
approved by voters every two
years.
'We've been fortunate that
the otherss of this county have
appro ed this funding in such
great numbers for the past
eight years," said Library-
Director Mar) Brown. "We are
asking that the)' do the same
when they vote on Sept. 5."
The library has grown


tremendously from its humble
beginnings. During its first
year of operation back in 1990,
the library housed 3,091.
books. Fourteen ears later that
number has grown to well over
30,000. That same Near the
library presented 14 programs
to 516 children. Last year it
presented 200 programs to
over 10,000 children.
In its first year the library
circulated 9,687 books..Today,

it circulates nearly five times
that many. It is estimated that
it circulates between 45,000 to
55,000 books presently:
It has also grown into more
of a modern media center.. Not
only does the library house
books, it is home to videos,
audio cassette tapes, books on
CD and DVDs. Modernization
has not stopped there.
The library -is now:homre to
computers that allow patrons

See UCPL, p. 8A


Library employees Priti Bhatt and Diane Hannon help library patron Hannah Honour check out at
the counter. The library offers a variety of programs supported by tax payer dollars.


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STORM
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information to find out how
water and food are needed for
...their specific family.
It also recommends to kee')
the following items in a
preparedness kit. They are:
Battery-powered radio or
television.
o Flashlight(s).
o Extra batteries for radio,
television, and flashlights.
O First-Aid kit and first-aid
manual.
Changes of clothing and
sturdy pairs of shoes (one for
each person in your plan).
0Pillows and
blankets/sleeping bags (one for
each person in your plan)
o Feminine supplies.
Fire extinguisher.
o Manual can opener.
o Disinfectant
O Household bleach.
O Credit card and cash.
Personal identification.
o An extra set of car keys
Matches or lighter in a
waterproof container.
Wrench or pliers to turn off
utilities (household gas and
water).
O Whistle or signal flare to
signal for help.
Map of your local area.
York said that tropical-
storm-force winds in Union
County are not out of the realm
of possibility with this system.
He explained that if the storm
makes landfall in the Cedar
Key area, it is less then 60
miles from Union County.
Tropical-storm-force and
hurricane force winds from
storms can extend out much
further than that. -
"In 2004, Hurricane
Charley's eye pasted less than
50 miles west of Lake Butler, "
York said. "During that time,
the city experienced wind.
gusts of 68 mph, which is just
short of hurricane force winds.
*-A- small shift to the east in the
S tack of .that storm and the
damage you saw in other areas
could have easily happened
...h-iere." .. .
He then went- on to explain
that even after a storm passes,
the danger still lingers.
"Union County is on a ridge
and very prone to the tornadic
activity that is spawned once
the worst of a hurricane
passes,".'-York said.' "It very-
important you slay in place
until official word is given it is
safe to proceed."
Even if a hurricane does not
directly hit the county, York
said there, are other factors
local officials must consider.
"If a hurricane is going to
impact an east coast county,
like Flagler, their evacuation
route can send them through
Lake Butler," York said. "At
that point, as a host shelter, we
would have to begin accepting
evacuees. At the same time we
must look out for the needs of
our own residents, so it
becomes a delicate balancing
act."
York said that hurricane
forecasters are predicting that
the center of Tropical Storm
Ernesto will pass within 70
miles of the county.
"The probability that we
might get hit in some fashion
is real," York said. "We must
Sbe ready in the event it
happens."
He also urged residents to
have an evacuation plan in
place in the event they needed
to leave their homes.
"We can get just a few
inches of rain arid it cripples us
for a short period of time,"
York said. "If we get the kind
S of rain that a hurricane brings
.we are going to order
evacuations of low lying areas.
Residents need to know where
they're going to go and \ ho
.... -they are going to call to let
them know where their going.
It is vital you have these plans
in place."
------If'you have any questions--
about what should'be in your
emergency kit or the track of
the storm, the office has set up
a number to answer; questions.
Residents can call (386) 496-
4300 to make inquiries.

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


WS. looking
for board
members
The town of Worthington
Springs is looking to
establish a board of
directors for appeals and
procedures. If you are a
citizen and would like to be
on this board, contact the.
city office on Wednesday's
S between 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at
(386) 496-1006.


UC courthouse
closed for
holiday
The Union County..
Courthouse -will- -be'c61olsed
-Monday, Sept. 4,* in
observance of Labor Day.
Regular business will
resume on Tuesday, Sept. 5.


SRWMD
board to meet
Sept. 12
The Suwannee River Water
Management District's
Governing Board will meet on
Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 3 p.m.,
at District Headquarters, C.R.
49 and S.R. 90 East in Live
Oak.
The meeting is to consider
district business and public
hearings on regulatory and land
acquisition matters.
Following the meeting, the
first public hearing will be held
on the district's fiscal year
2007 budget.
All meetings, workshops and
hearings are open to the public.


Class of 1986
reunion to be
held Oct. 21
The Union County High
School Class of 1986 has set
its reunion for Saturday, Oct.
21, at the Pritchett farmhouse
beginning at 6 p.m.
Those that interested in
attending are asked to contact
Jordiana Bridges (386) 496-
2816, Dana King (386) 752-
6888, Tracey Starling (386)
496-4432 or Jill Townsend
(386) 755-9350.
The price for the event is
$40 per person or $75 per
couple. Each classmate
attending is asked to submit
five pictures of what they have
been doing for the past 20
years. They will be included in
a video presentation and copy
of it will be available. Pictures
can be submitted to Bridges at
8126 S.W. C.R. 796 Lake
Butler, FL 32054.
All reservations and money
need to be received no later
than Oct. 12.


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Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Web address: UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
nTradeArea Editor: James Redmond '
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Don Sams
Darlene Douglass
STypesetting: Joalyce Graham


Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


Earl W. Ray
Virginia Daugherty
Kathl Bennett


Toys for Kids
accepting
bicycle
donations
The Union County Toys
for Kids program is
currently accepting used
bicycles. The bicycles will
be refurbished and given to
less fortunate children
during the Christmas
season. Donations can be
dropped off at the Union
County Public Library.
Pickup and dropoff
information can also be
obtained by contacting
Director Mary Brown at
(386) 496-3432.


UCHS offers
FCAT tutoring
Union County High
School will be offering
tutoring classes Tuesday- -
Thursday from 3:15 p.m.-
4:15 p.m. Extra help will
also be offered on Saturday,
Sept. 9, 16 and 23 from 9
a.m.-noon.
Students can receive help
in a variety of areas on the
test. Parents wishing to
enroll their children can
pick up an application at
UCHS front office.
For more information,
contact Geraldine Griffis at
(386) 496-3040 ext. 4946.


I Items of Interest


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Commissioner,

representing District 2,

for another 4 years.

Thank you,

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UCHS open
house is

Sept. 11
The open house for Union
County High School is set for
Monday, Sept. I 1, at 6:30
p.m. All students and parents
are encouraged to attend.

Group forming
to restore
cemetery
A group is forming to
restore the cemetery
formerly known as
Townsend Pastures
cemetery.
For more information,
contact Collis Small at (386)
496-2786 or Keith Webster
at (386) 496-3940.


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Aug. 31, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


Lake Butler senior FFA chapter officers choose


BY ZACH SWEAT
LB Sr. FFA Chapter Reporter
On Thursday, Aug. 17, and
Friday, Aug. 18, the Lake
Butler Sr. FFA chapter elected
its chapter officers for the
2006-2007 school year.
On the first day of elections,
students voted for and elected
the following people: Kaleb
Clyatt, a senior, was chosen to
be the chapter president; Zach
Sweat, a junior, was elected to
the chapter reporter office;
Lacey Webb, a sophomore,
was elected to be the
parliamentarian; and Hillary
Ricks, a freshman, was elected
to the office of sentinel.
On the second day of
elections, more students were
chosen to become FFA
officers. Ashlyn Woodington
and Celeste Wilson, both
seniors, decided to do
something never done before
after receiving a tied vote.
Instead of having one chapter
vice president, they came to
the agreement that they would
split the responsibilities of the
office. Other officers who
were elected are: Aaron Dukes,
a junior, was chosen for the
office of chaplain. Kendyl
Willis, also a junior, will serve
as the chapter treasurer.
Hoping to get the year
started off with a bang,
chapter advisors, Tom
Williams, David Harris, and
Amanda James treated all of
the officers to a night of fun
and most importantly,
planning. After meeting at the
agriculture department, the
officers were picked up by a
"stretched" Cadillac Escalade
.and taken to the Texas
Roadhouse in Lake City.
During the ride and meal,
.the officers planned and
discussed what they hoped to
get accomplished during the
year and had a great time
talking and fellowshipping
with each other.


Kaleb Clyatt, Hillary Ricks, Kendyl Willis, Ashlyn Woodington, Aaron Dukes, Celeste
Wilson, and Zach Sweat leave from Union County High School on their night out.


Bishop recognized for

years of service


At its Aug. 14 regular meeting, city of Lake Butler of
Lake Butler city commissioners recognized a former
member for her service to the city. Lynn Bishop was
recognized for her 12 years of service to the board. In a
ceremony before the meeting, Mayor Jimmy Beasley,
along with the other members of the council, presented
Bishop with a plaque thanking her for loyalty and
dedication as a commissioner and vice mayor. Bishop's
retired from office in the last election cycle to dedicate
more time to her family. "Especially to my
grandchildren," Bishop said. Above: Mayor Jimmy
Beasley presents Lynn Bishop with a plaque for her 12
years of dedicated service as a board member. Pictured
below presenting the plaque to Bishop are
Commissioners LeRoy Stalvey, Fletcher Myers, Mayor
Jimmy Beasley, Bishop, Vice-Mayor Brantley Crawford,
Commissioner Ray Crawford and City Attorney John
Maines.


Kaleb Clyatt, Zach Sweat, Kendyl Willis, Aaron Dukes, Hillary Ricks, Celeste Wilson
and Ashlyn Woodington get ready to enjoy a meal at Texas Roadhouse in Lake City.


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one-hall (1/2) mill o( ad
valorem laxeos.

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GROUP A4
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S Loaneo H Shermean
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0 MeUrle EhrLich DEL


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GOVERNOR AND LT. GOVERNOR
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No Yet Oesignaled
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(Vole for One)

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0 George W Green Jr


Union Co. Library Referendum
> FOR the continued lunding
ol lhe Union County
Special Library District
bytaxation ol up to
one-hagI (12)mi)ll ol ad
valorem taxes.


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lundiro ol the Union
County Special Libraty
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Aug. 31, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


LEGALS


PROPOSED
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED
ON NOVEMBER 7,2006
NOTICE OF ELECTION
I, Sue M. Cobb, Secretary of State
of the State of Florida, do hereby give
notice that an election will be held in
each county in Florida, on November
7, 2006, for the ratification or
rejection of proposed constitutional
amendments of the State of Florida.
NO. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE III, SECTION 19
(Legislative)
Ballot Title:
STATE PLANNING AND
BUDGET PROCESS
Ballot Summary:
Proposing amendments to the
State Constitution to limit the amount
of nonrecurring general revenue
whichh may be appropriated for
recurring purposes in any fiscal year
to 3 percent of the total general
revenue funds estimated to be
available, unless otherwise approved
by a three-fifths vote of the
Legislature; to establish a Joint
Legislative Budget Commission,
which shall issue long-range
financial outlooks; to provide for
limited adjustments in the state
budget without the concurrence of the
full Legislature, as provided by
general law; to reduce the number of
times trust funds are automatically
terminated; to require the preparation
and biennial revision of a long-range
state planning document; and to
establish a Government Efficiency
Task Force and specify its duties.
Full Text:
ARTICLE III
LEGISLATURE -.
SECTION 19. State Budgeting,
Planning and Appropriations
Processes.-
(a) ANNUAL BUDGETING.
;- Effective July 1, 1994, General
law shall prescribe the adoption of
-annual state budgetary and planning
Processes and require that detail
-'reflecting the annualized costs of the
state budget and reflecting the
nonrecurring costs of the budget
requests shall accompany state
department and agency legislative,
budget requests, the governor's
recommended budget, and
appropriation bills.
(2) Unless approved by a three-
fifths vote of the membership of each
house, appropriations made for
recurring purposes from
nonrecurring general revenue funds
for any fiscal year shall not exceed
three percent of the total general
revenue funds estimated to be
available at the time such
appropriation is made.
(3) As prescribed by general law.
each state department and agency
shall be required to submit a
legislative budget request that is
based upon and that reflects the long-
range financial outlook adopted by the
jun it legyi ative budget commission
or that specifically explains any
variance from the long-range
inncial outlook contained in the
, :" re uet
i41For purposes of this section
subsection, the terms department
and agency shall include the judicial
branch.
(b) APPROPRIATION BILLS
FORMAT. Separate sections within
the general appropriation bill shall be
used for each major program area of
the state budget; major program
S areas shall include: education
enhancement "lottery" trust fund
"1tems; education (all other funds);
human services; criminal justice and
corrections; natural resources,
environment, growth management,
and transportation; general
government; and judicial branch.
SEach major program area shall
include an itemization of
expenditures for: state operations;
state capital outlay; aid to local
governments and nonprofit
organizations operations; aid to local
governments and nonprofit
organizations capital outlay; federal
funds and the associated state
matching funds; spending
authorizations for operations; and
spending authorizations for capital
outlay. Additionally, appropriation
bills passed by the legislature shall
include an itemization of specific
appropriations that exceed one
million dollars ($1,000,000.00) in
1992 dollars. For purposes of this
subsection, "specific appropriation,"
'ilemizalion,' and "major program
area" shall be defined by law. This
itemization threshold shall be
adjusted by general law every four
years to reflect the rate of inflation or
deflation as indicated in the
Consumer Price Index for All Urban
Consumers, U.S. City Average, All
SItems, or successor reports as
reported by the United States
; Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics or its successor.
SSubstantive bills containing
S appropriations shall also be subject
to the itemization requirement
mandated under this provision and
shall be subject to the governor's
'-- specific appropriation veto power
described in Article III, Section 8.
This subsection shall be effective
July 1,1994.
S (c) APPROPRIATIONS REVIEW
PROCESS.
(1) No later than Seotember 15 of
each year the joint legislative budget
commission shall issue a long-range
i' financial outlook setting out
Recommended fiscal strategies for
the state and its departments and
agencies in order to assist the
Legislature in making budget
decisions The long-range financial
outlook must include major worklad
and revenue estimates. In order to
implement this paragraph the joint
4 legislative budget commission shall
, use current official consensus
S:'- estimates and may request the
development of additional official
.:olrnta


document and supporting budget
request for review by the
appropriations committees of both
houses of the legislature. The review
shall include a comparison of the
major issues in the planning
document and budget requests to
those major issues included in the
govemor's recommended budget. For
purposes of this subsection, the terms
department and agency shall include
the judicial branch.
(d) SEVENTY-TWO HOUR
PUBLIC REVIEW PERIOD. All
general appropriation bills shall be
furnished to each member of the
legislature, each member of the
cabinet, the governor, and the chief
justice of the supreme court at least
seventy-two hours before final
passage by either house of the
legislature of the bill in the form that
will be presented to the governor.
(e) FINAL BUDGET REPORT.
Effective November 4, 1992, A final
budget report shall be prepared as
prescribed by general law. The final
budget report shall be produced no
later than the 120th 90th day after the
beginning of the fiscal year, and
copies of the report shall be fumished
to each member of the legislature, the
head of each department and agency
of the state, the auditor general, and
the chief justice of the supreme court.
(f) TRUST FUNDS.
(1) No trust fund of the State of
Florida or other public body may be
created or re-created by law without a
three-fifths (3/5) vote of the
membership of each house of the
legislature in a-separate bill for that
purpose only.
(2) State trust funds in existence
before the effective date of this
subsection shall terminate not more
than four years after the effective date
of this subsection. State trust funds
created after the effective date of this
subsection shall terminate not more
than four years after the effective date
of the act authorizing the in
creation of the trust fund. By law the
legislature may set a shorter time
period for which any trust fund Is
authorized.
(3) Trust funds required by federal
programs or mandates; trust funds
established for bond covenants,
indentures, or resolutions, whose
revenues are legally pledged by the
state or public body to meet debt
service or other financial
requirements of any debt obligations
of the state or any public body; the
state transportation trust fund; the
trust fund containing the net annual
proceeds from the Florida Education
Lotteries; the Florida retirement trust
fund; trust funds for institutions under
the management of the Board of
Governors Regents, where such
trust funds are for auxiliary
enterprises and contracts, grants,
and donations, as those terms are
defined by general law; trust funds
that serve as clearing funds or
accounts for the chief financial officer
or state agencies; trust funds that
account for assets held by the state in
a trustee capacity as an agent or
fiduciary for individuals, private
organizations, or other governmental
units; and other trust funds authorized
by this Constitution, are not subject to
the requirements set forth in
paragraph (2) of this subsection.
(4) All cash balances and
income of any trust funds abolished
under this subsection shall be
deposited-lntolle-general revehue
S.fund. "
(5) Theo0rprmvi 6InsJ' f tHig
subsection shall be effective
November 4,1992.
..(g) BUDGET STABILIZATION
FUND. Beginning with the 1994-1995
fiscal year, at least 1% of an amount
equal to the last.completed fiscal
year's net revenue collections for the
general revenue fund shall be
retained in a budget stabilization fund.
The budget stabilization fund shall be
Increased to at least 2% of said
-amount for the 1995-1996 fiscal year,
at least 3% of said amount for the
1996-1997 fiscal year, at least 4% of
said amount for the 1997-1998 fiscal
year, and at least 5% of said amount
or the 1998-1999 fiscal year. Subject
to the provisions of this subsection,
the budget stabilization fund shall be
maintained at an amount equal to at
least 5% of the last completed fiscal.
year's net revenue collections for the
general revenue fund shallbae
retained in the budget stabilization
und. The budget stabilization fund's
principal balance shall not exceed an
-amount equal to 10% of the last
completed fiscal year's net revenue
collections for' the general revenue
fund. The legislature shall provide
criteria for withdrawing funds from
the budget stabilization fund in a
separate bill for that purpose only and
only for the purpose of covering
revenue shortfalls of the general
revenue fund or for the purpose of
providing funding for an emergency,'
as defined by general law. General
law shall provide for the restoration
of this fund. The budget stabilization
fund shall be comprised of funds not
otherwise obligated or committed for
any purpose,
:. (h) LONG-RANGE STATE
PLANNING DOCUMENT AND
DEPARTMENT AND AGENCY.
PLANNING DOCUMENT
PROCESSES. General law shall
provide for a long-range state
planning document. The governor
shall recommend to the legislature
biennially any revisions to the glong-
_anoge state planning document, as
declined by law. General law shall
require a biennial review and
revision of the long-range tate
planning document, shall require the
governor to report to the .legislature
Son the progress in achieving the state
planning document's goals and shall.
require all departments and agencies
of state government to develop
planning documents that identify
statewide strategic 9oals and
objectives, consistent with the jlog-
range state planning document. The
long-range state planning document
and department and agency planning
documents shall remain subject to
review and revision by the


legislature. The long-range state
planning document must include
projections of future needs and
resources of the state which are
consistent, with the long-range
financial outlook. The department and
agency planning documents shall
include a prioritized listing of planned
I expenditures for review and possible
reduction in the event of revenue
shortfalls, as defined'by general law.
To ensure productivity and efficiency
in. the executive,, legislative, and
judicial branches, a quality
management and accountability
program shall be implemented by
general law. For the purposes of this
subsectiqn, the terms department
and agency shall include the judicial
branch. This subsection shall be
effective July 1, 1993;
(i) GOVERNMENT
. EFFICIENCY TASK FORCE. No
later than Januarv of 2007. and each


be submitted to the electors, shallbe
published in one newspaper of
general circulation in each county in
which a newspaper is published.
(e) Unless otherwise specifically
provided for elsewhere in- this
constitution, if the proposed
amendment or revision is approved
by vote of at least sixty percent of the
electors voting on the measure, it
. shall be effective as an amendment
to or revision of the constitution of the
state on the first Tuesday after the
first Monday in January following the
election, or on such other date as
may be specified in the amendment
or revision.
NO. 4
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT'
ARTICLE X, SECTION 27
(Citizen Initiative)
Ballot Title:
PIAOTECT PEOPLE,
ESPFCIAI I v VnIITH. FROM


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Tobacco daucaton ana prevention veteran's permanent service-
Program. Thereafter, this amount will connected disability; to specify
increase annually with inflation. This qualification requirements for the
spending is expected to reduce discount; to authorize the Legislature
tobacco consumption. As a result, to waive the annual application
some long-term savings to state and requirement in subsequent years by
local government health and general law; and to specify that the
insurance programs are probable, but provision takes effect December 7,
indeterminate. Also, minor revenue 2006, isielf-executing, and does not
loss to state government is probable, require implementing legislation.
but indeterminate. Full Text:
ARTICLE VII
NO. 5 FINANCE AND TAXATION
CONSTITUTIONAL SECTION 6. Homestead
AMENDMENT exemptions.-
ARTICLE III, SECTION 16 (a) Every person who has the legal
(Citizen Initiative) or equitable title to real estate and
Ballot Title: maintains thereon the permanent
I N D E P E N D E N T residence of the owner, or another
NONPARTISAN COMMISSION TO legally or naturally dependent upon the
APPORTION LEGISLATIVE AND owner, shall be exempt from taxation
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS thereon, except assessments for
WHICH REPLACES special benefits, up to the assessed
APPORTIONMENT BY valuation of five thousand dollars,


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the senate, the speaker of the house
of representatives, and the governor
shall appoint a government efficiency
task force, the membership of which
shall be established by general law.
The task force shall be composed of
members of the legislature and
representatives from the private and
public sectors who shall develop
recommendations for improving
governmental operations and
reducing costs. Staff to assist the
task force in performing its duties
shall be assigned by general law. and
the task force may obtain assistance
from the private sector. The task
force shall complete its work within
one year and shall submit its
recommendations to the joint
legislative budget commission the
govemor. and the chief justice of the
supreme court.
(j) JOINT LEGISLATIVE
BUDGET COMMISSION. There is
created within the legislature the joint
legislative budget commission
composed of eaual numbers of
senate members appointed by the
president of the senate and house
members appointed by the speaker
of the house of representatives. Each
member shall serve at the pleasure
of the officer who appointed the
member. A vacancy on the
commission shall be filled in the
same manner as the original
appointment, From November of
each odd-numbered year through
October of each even-numbered year.
the chairperson of the joint legislative
budget commission shall be appointed
by the president of the senate and the
vice chairperson of the commission
shall be appointed by the speaker of
the house of representatives. From
November of each even-numbered
year through October of each odd-
numbered year. the chairperson of the
joint legislative budget commission
shall be appointed by the speaker of
the house of representatives and the
vice chairperson of the commission
shall be appointed by the president of
the senate. The joint legislative budget
commission shall be governed by the
joint rules of the senate and the house
of representatives, which shall remain
in effect until repealed or amended by
concurrent resolution. The
commission shall convene at least
quarterly and shall convene at the call
of the president of the senate and the
speaker of the house of
representatives. A majority of the
commission members of each house
plus one additional member from
either house constitutes a quorum.
Action by the commission requires a
majority vote of the commisaiQo
members present of each house. The
commission may conduct its
meetings through teleconferences or
similar means, In addition to the
powers and duties specified in this
subsection, the joint legislative budget
commission shall exercise all other
powers and perform any other duties
not in conflict with paragraph (c)(3)
and as prescribed by general law or
NO.2
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
'ARTICLE VI, SECTION 4
(Legislative)
Ballot Title:
TERM LIMITS
Removed from the ballot by the
Florida Legislature.
NO.3
; CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT '
! ARTICLE XI, SECTION 5
(Legislative)
Ballot Title:
REQUIRING BROADER PUBLIC
SUPPORT FOR CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS
Ballot Summary: I
Proposes an amendment to
Section 5 of Article XI of the State
Constitution to require that any
proposed amendment to or revision of
the State Constitution, whether
proposed by the Legislature, by
initiative, or by any other method,
must be approved by at least 60
percent of the voters of the state voting
on the measure, rather than by a
simple majority. This proposed
amendment would not change the
current requirement that a proposed
constitutional'amendment imposing a
new state tax or fee be approved by at
least 2/3 of the voters of the state
voting in the election in which such an
amendment is considered.
Full Text:
ARTICLE XI
AMENDMENTS
SECTION 5. Amendment or'
revision election.-
(a) A proposed amendment to or
revision of this constitution, or any
part of it, shall be submitted to the
electors at the next general election
held more than ninety days after the
joint resolution or report of revision.
commission, constitutional
convention or taxation and budget'
reform commission proposing it is
filed with the. custodian' of state
records, unless, pursuant to law
enacted by the affirmative vote of
three-fourths of the membership of
each house of the legislature and
limited to a single amendment or
revision, it is submitted at an earlier
special election held more than
ninety days after such.filing.
(b) A proposed amendment or
revision of this constitution, or any
part of it, by initiative shall be
submitted to the electors at the
general election ,provided the
initiative petition is filed with the
custodian of state records no later
than February 1 of the year in which
the general election is held.
(c) The legislature shall provide
by general law, prior to the holding of
an election pursuant to this section,
for the provision of a statement to the
public regarding the probable
financial impact of any amendment
proposed by initiative pursuant to
section 3.
(d) Once in the tenth week, and
once in the sixth week immediately
preceding the week in which the
election is held, the proposed
amendment or revision, with notice
of the date of election at which it will


"-ADDICTION, DISEASE, AND LEGISLATURE
OTHER HEALTH HAZARDS OF Removed from the ballot by the
USING TOBACCO Florida Supreme Court.
Ballot Summary: NO. 6
To protect people, especially CONSTITUTIONAL
youth, from addiction, disease, and AMENDMENT
other health hazards of using ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
tobacco, the Legislature shall use ARTICLE XII, SECTION 26
some Tobacco Settlement money (Legislative)
annually for a comprehensive Ballot Title:
statewide tobacco education and INCREASED HOMESTEAD
prevention program using Centers EXEMPTION
for Disease Control best practices. Ballot Summary:
Specifies some program Proposing amendment of the State
components, emphasizing youth, Constitution to increase the
requiring one-third of total annual maximum additional homestead
funding for advertising. Annual exemption for low-income seniors
funding is 15% of 2005 Tobacco from $25,000 to $50,000 and to
Settlement payments to Florida, schedule the amendment to take
adjusted annually for inflation. effect January 1,2007, ifadopted.
Provides definitions. Effective Full Text:
immediately. ARTICLE VII
Full Text: FINANCE AND TAXATION
BE IT ENACTED BY THE SECTION 6. Homestead
PEOPLE OF FLORIDA THAT exemptions.-
Article X, Florida Constitution, Is (a) Every person who has the
amended to add the following: legal or equitable title to real estate
Section 27. Comprehensive and maintains thereon the permanent
Statewide Tobacco Education residence of the owner, or another
And Prevention Program. In order legally or naturally dependent upon
to protect people, especially youth, the owner, shall be exempt from
from health hazards of using tobacco, taxation thereon, except
including addictive disorders, cancer, assessments for special benefits, up
cardiovascular diseases, and lung to the assessed valuation of five
diseases; and to discourage use of thousand dollars, upon establishment
tobacco, particularly among youth, a of right thereto in the manner
portion of the money that tobacco prescribed by law. The real estate
companies pay to the State of Florida may be held by legal or equitable
under the Tobacco Settlement each title, by the entireties, jointly, in
year shall be used to fund a common, as a condominium, or
comprehensive statewide tobacco indirectly by stock ownership or
education and prevention program membership representing the
consistent with recommendations of owner's or member's proprietary
the U.S. Centers for Disease Control interest in a corporation owning a fee
and Prevention (CDC), as follows: or a leasehold initially in excess of
(a) Program. The money ninety-eight years.
appropriated pursuant to this section (b) Not more than one
shall be used to fund a exemption shall be allowed any
comprehensive statewide tobacco individual or family unit or with
education and prevention program respect to any residential unit. No
consistent with the recommendations exemption shall exceed the value of
for effective program components in the real estate apsessable to the
the 1999 Best Practices for owner or, in case of ownership
Comprehensive Tobacco Control through stock or membership in a
Programs of the CDC, as such Best corporation, the value of the
Practices may be amended by the proportion which the interest in the
I CDC. This program shall include, at corporation bears to the assessed
a minimum, the following value of the property.
components, and may include (c) By general law and subject
additional components that are also to conditions specified therein, the
contained within the CDC Best exemption shall be increased to a
Practices, as periodically amended, total of twenty-five thousand dollars
and that are effective at of the assessed value of the real
accomplishing the purpose of this estate for each school district levy.
section, and that do not undermine By general law and subject to
the effectiveness of these required. -conditions specified therein, the
minimum components: exemption for all other levies may be
(1) an advertising campaign to increased up to an amount not
discourage the use of tobacco and to exceeding ten thousand dollars of the
educate people, especially youth, assessed value of the real estate If
about the health hazards of tobacco, the owner has attained age sixty-five
which shall be designed to be or is totally and permanently disabled.
effective at achieving these goais and and if the owner is not entitled to the
shall include, but need not be limited exemption provided in subsection
to, television, radio, and print (d).
advertising, with no limitations on (d) By general law and subject
any individual advertising medium to conditions specified therein, the
utilized; and which shall be funded at exemption shall be increased to a
a level equivalent to one-third of each total of the following amounts of
total annual appropriation required by assessed value of real estate for
this section; each levy other than those of school
(2) evidence-based curricula and districts: fifteen thousand dollars with
programs to educate youth about respect to 1980 assessments; twenty
tobacco and to discourage their use- thousand dollars with respect to 1981
of it, including, but not limited to, assessments; twenty-five thousand
programs that involve youth, educate dollars with respect to assessments,
youth'about the health hazards of for 1982 and each year thereafter.
tobacco, help youth develop skills to However, such increase shall not
refuse tobacco, and demonstrate to apply with respect to any
youth how to stop using tobacco; assessment roll until such roll is first
(3) programs of local determined to be in compliance with
community-based partnerships that ,theprovisions of section 4 by a state
discourage the use of 'tobacco and 'agency designated by general law.
work to educate people, especially This subsection shall stand repealed
youth, about the health hazards of on the effective date of. any
tobacco, with an emphasis on amendment to section 4 which
programs that involve youth and provides for the assessment of
emphasize the prevention and homestead property at a specified
cessation of tobacco use; percentage of its just value.
(4) enforcement of laws, (e).By general law-and subject
regulations, and policies against the to conditions specified therein, the
sale or other provision of tobacco to Legislature may provide to renters,
minors, and the possession of tobacco who are permanent. residents, ad
by minors; and valorem tax relief on all ad valorem
(5) publicly-reported annual tax levies. Such ad valorem tax
evaluations to ensure that moneys relief shall be in the form and amount
appropriated pursuant to this section established by general law.
are spent properly, which shall (f) The legislature may, by
include evaluation of the program's general law, allow counties or
I effectiveness in reducing and municipalities, for the purpose of
preventing tobacco use, and annual their respective tax levies and
recommendations for improvements subject to the provisions of general
to enhance the program's law, to grant an additional homestead
effectiveness, which are to include tax exemption not exceeding fifty
comparisons to similar programs twenty-five thousand dollars to any
proven to be effective in other states, person who has the legal or equitable
as well as comparisons to CDC Best title to real estate and ma ntains
Practices, including amendments thereon the permanent residence of
thereto. the owner and who has attained age
(b)' Funding. In every year sixty-five and whose household
beginning with the calendar year after income, as defined by general law,
voters approve this amendment, the does not exceed twenty thousand
Florida Legislature shall appropriate, dollars. The general law must allow
for the purpose expressed herein, counties and municipalities to grant
from.the total gross funds that tobacco this additional exemption, within the
companies pay to the State of Florida limits prescribed in this subsection,
under the Tobacco Settlement, an by ordinance adopted in the manner
amount equal to fifteen percent of such prescribed by general law, and must
funds paid to the State in 2005; and the provide for the perodic adjustment of
appropriation required by this section the income limitation prescribed In
shall be adjusted annually for inflation, this subsection for changes in the
using the Consumer Price Index as cost of living.
published bv the United States ARTICLE XII
Department ofLabor. SCHEDULE
(c) Definitions. "Tobacco" SECTION 26. Increased
includes, without limitation, tobacco homestead exemption.-The
itself and tobacco products that amendment to Section 6 of Article-VII
include tobacco and are intended or increasing the maximum additional
expected for human use or amount of the homestead exemption
consumption, including, but not limited for low-income seniors shall take
to, cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, effect January1.2007.
and smokeless tobacco. The NO.7
"Tobacco Settlement" means that CONSTITUTIONAL
certain Settlement Agreement dated AMENDMENT
August 25, 1997, entered into in ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
Settlement of the case styled as State (Legislative)
of Florida, et al. v. American Tobacco BalletTtle: D .
Company, et al., Case No. 95-1466 PERMANENTLY DISABLED
AH (Fla. 15th Cir. Ct.), as amended : VETERANS' DISCOUNT ON
by Stipulation of Amendment dated HOMESTEAD AD VALOREM TAX
September 11,1998; and includes any Ballot Summary: .
subsequent amendments and Proposing an amendment to the
successor agreements'. "Youth" State Constitution to provide a
includes minors and young adults. discount from. the amount of ad
(d) Effective Date. This valorem tax on the homestead of a
amendment shall become effective partially or totally permanently
immediately upon approval by the disabled veteran who is age 65 or
voters, older who was a Florida resident at
Financial Impact Statement: the time of entering military service,
This amendment requires state whose disability was combat-related,
government to appropriate andwhowashonorablydischarged;to
approximately $57 million in 2007 for specify the percentage of the discount
the Comyprehensive ,Statewide as equal to the percentage of the


upon establishment of right thereto in
the manner prescribed by law. The
real estate may be held by legal or
equitable title, by the entireties, jointly,
in common, as a condominium, or
indirectly by stock ownership or
membership representing the owner's
or member's proprietary interest in a
corporation owning a fee or a
leasehold initially in excess of ninety-
eight years.
(b) Not more than one exemption
shall be allowed any individual or
family unit or witoi respect to any
residential unit. No exemption shall
exceed the value of the real estate
assessable to the owner or, in case of
ownership through stock or
membership in a corporation, the
value of the proportion which the
interest in the corporation bears to the
assessed value of the property.
(c) By general law and subject to
conditions specified therein, the
exemption shall be increased to a total
of twenty-five thousand dollars of the
assessed value of the real estate for
each school district levy. By general
law and subject to conditions specified
therein, the exemption for all other
levies may be Increased up to an
amount not exceeding ten thousand
dollars of the assessed value of the
real estate if the owner has attained
age sixty-five or is totally and
permanently disabled and if the owner
is not entitled to the exemption
provided in subsection (d).
(d) By general law and subject to
conditions specified therein, the
exemption shall be increased to a total
of the following amounts of assessed
value of real estate for each levy other
than those of school districts: fifteen
thousanrtdflii Wlril W pectTo 1980
assessments; twenty thousand
dollars with respect to 1981
assessments; twenty-five thousand
dollars with respect to assessments
for 1982 and each year thereafter.
However, such increase shall not
apply with respect to any
assessment roll until such roll is first
determined to be in compliance with
the provisions of section 4 by a state
agency designated by general law.
This subsection shall stand repealed
on the effective date of any
amendment to section 4 which
provides for the assessment of
homestead property at a specified
percentage of its just value.
.(e) By general law and subject to
conditions specified therein, the
Legislature may provide to renters,
who are permanent residents, ad
valorem ta6 relief on all ad valorem
tax levies. Such ad valorem tax
relief shall be in the form and amount
established by general law.
(f) The legislature may, by
general law, allow counties or
municipalities, for the purpose of

their respective tax levies and.
subject to the provisions of general
law, to grant an additional homestead
tax exemption not exceeding twenty-
five thousand dollars to any person
who has the legal or equitable title to
real estate and maintains thereon the
permanent residence of the owner
and who has attained age sixty-five
and whose household income, as
defined by general law, does not
exceed twenty thousand dollars. The
general law must allow counties and
municipalities to grant this additional
exemption, within the limits
prescribed in this subsection, by
ordinance adopted in the manner
prescribed by general law, and must
provide for the periodic adjustment of
the income limitation prescribed in
this subsection for changes in the
cost of living.
(g) Each veteran who is age 65 or
older who is partially or totally
permanently disabled shall receive a
discount from the amount of the ad
valorem tax otherwise owed on
homestead property the veteran
owns and resides in if the disability
was combat related. the veteran was
a resident of this state at the time of
entering the military service of the
United States. and the veteran wae
honorably discharged upon
separation from military service. The
discount shall be in a percentage
equal to the percentage of the
veteran's permanent, service-
connected disability as determined
by the United States Department of
Veterans Affairs. To qualify for the
discount granted by this subsection,
an applicant must submit to the
county property appraiser, by March
1. proof of residency at the time of
entering military service an official
letter from the United States
Department of Veterans Affairs ,
stating the percentage of the
veteran's service-connected
disability and such evidence that
reasonably identifies the disability as
combat related, and a copy o'the
veteran's honorable discharge. If the
property appraiser denies the request
for a discount. the appraiser must
notify the applicant in writing of the
reasons for the denial. and the
veteran may reapply. The Legislature
may, by general law. waive the
annual application requirement in
subsequent years. This subsection
shall take effect December 7. 2006.
is self-executing, and does not
require implementing legislation.
S NO. 8
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 6
(Legislative)
Ballot Title:
EMINENT DOMAIN
Ballot Summary:
Proposing an amendment to the
State Constitution to prohibit the
transfer of private property taken by
eminent domain to a natural person
or private entity; providing that the
Legislature may by general law
passed by a three-f: hs vote of the
membership of each house of the
Legislature permit exceptions
allowing the transfer of such private
property; and providing that this
prohibition on the transfer of private
property taken by eminent domain is
applicable if the petition of taking that
initiated the condemnation
proceeding was filed on or after
January 2,2007.


Full Text:
ARTICLE X
MISCELLANEOUS
SECTION 6. Eminent domain
(a) No private property shall be
taken except for a public purpose and
with full compensation therefore paid
to each owner or secured by deposit
in the registry of the court and
available to the owner.
(b) Provision may be made by
law for the taking-of easements, by
like proceedings, for the drainage of
the land of one person over or
through the land of another.






Page 6A UNION COUNTY TIMES Aug. 31, 2006


Actors (1-r) Lyn Kramer, Karissa Eunice, Buzz Dyal, Region Community Theatre's September production
,Tami Curtis and Teri Sapp react to the sudden loss of of "Faith Country," in rehearsal now.
another cast member, Nancy Alvarez, in the Lake


'Faith
Country' on
stage in
September
In a small town trapped in
time, where the county fair is
the social event of the year and
fierce rivalry surrounds the
annual arts and crafts
competition, the characters in
the Lake Region Community
Theatre's latest production live
lives worthy of a televised
soap opera.
The dinner theater
production of the comedy
"Faith Country" will be
presented at the Starke Golf
and Country Club Sept. 8, 9,
10 and 15, 16 and 17. Dinner
will be served at 6:30 p.m., and
the show starts at 7:30.
"Faith County," by Mark
Landon Smith, is a country
comedy that takes place at the
Faith County Fairgrounds in
Mineola, a little'southern town
located right in ihe middle of
ffWhWre. The tribulations of its,
salty Southern characters will


LCCC hosts
college night
Tuesday, Sept. 19,from 4-7
p.m., Lake City Community
College will host its 20th
Annual College Night for 10th,
llth, and 12th graders, their
parents, LCCC students and
individuals thinking of
attending college.
The event will be held in
Howard: Gymnasium (Bldg.
010) on campus. All interested
community rhembers are
encouraged to attend, as well.
Colleges and universities
from throughout the state of
Florida, Georgia, Alabama,
New York, and other states
will be represented. Top
colleges such as the University
of Florida, Bethune-Cookman,
the United States Military
Academy at West Point,,
Savannah College of Art and
Design, Saint Leo University,


have you laughing till the cows
come home.
"Faith Country" stars Buzz
Dval. Nancy Alvarez,
-Matthew "-and Karissi-Eunice'-
Danielle and Lyn Kramer, Teri
Sapp, Tami Curtis, and Alan


Florida State University, and
Georgia Southern University.
Participants will have time
to talk individually with
college representatives to help
choose the college or
university that is right for
career goals.
Vince C. Rice, director of
admissions services, said, "The
20th Annual College night is
expected to be outstanding,
with over 50 colleges and
universities participating." "
Major colleges, universities,
community colleges, and
private colleges from across
the United States will be
recruiting and providing
information about educational
and training opportunities. The
20th Annual College Night is
open to anyone interested in
advancing and improving their
education and training.
For more information,
contact the admissions .office
at (386) 754-4288.


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Patterson. Matthew Eunice is seniors. Dinner tickets must be
also directing the production. purchased in advance. Tickets
Tickets are on sale nov/ at for the show alone (without
the box office located at 21.8 S. dinner ) i ill bhe $12.
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theater tickets will be $25 for the LRCT box office at (352)
adults and $22 for children ~n 226-4082.


4-H looking
for unique
individuals
The Union County 4-H
program is looking for
individuals with unique
hobbies or areas of interest
that are willing to share
them with 4-H youth.
Individuals interested in
activities such as crafts,
scrapbooking, sewing,
cooking, ethics, table
setting, archery, fishing,
hunting, ecology or just the
love of the outdoors are
asked to share their interests
with Union County youth.
If you are interested in
sharing your knowledge and
experiences with 4-H youth,
contact Courtnie Douglas at
(386) 496-2321.


The UC
Historical
Society looking
for
items/people
The Union County
Historical Society is open
every Monday from 9 a.m. to
noon to receive articles of
interest that tell the history of
Union County.
Items are being sought from
all areas of the county-Lake
Butler, Providence, Raiford,
Worthington Springs and any
small settlements no longer in
existence. Early maaps, court
documents, legal papers,
railroad or military
memorabilia, old bottles such
as medicine or Coca Cola were
in, period clothing,
photographs, naval store items,
farming implements,
yearbooks and old cameras are
just some of items the museum
is looking for.
Plans are being made to
open the museum on Sunday
afternoons. In order to do this,
volunteers are needed to give a
couple of hours of their time
once a month to host and guide
visitors among the treasures on
display.
"Please come by on any
Monday morning and share
your treasure," said UCHS
Officer Bill McGill. "If not,
give your gift of community
service as a volunteer museum
guide.


Wildfire threat
still a danger to
residents
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson said that despite
intermittent rain this summer,
showers have not come with
sufficient frequency to ease the


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wildfire threat. As a result,
Floridians need to remain
cautious with all outdoor fires.
"The summer rainy season
has been unusual and has not
developed like we had hoped."
Bronson said. "Normally, we
would be out of wildfire
danger by now."
The KBDI or Keetch-Byram
Drought Index is a way that
scientists measure the amount
of moisture in the upper 36
inches of the soil. Readings are
given on a scale of 0 (saturated
soil) to 800 (desert-like
conditions). High values of the
KBDI mean that conditions are
favorable for the occurrence
and spread of wildfires.
Typically in August, the
KBDI registers in the 100 to
200 range. The current
statewide average KBDI
reading of 442, which is more
typical of late spring when
wildfire danger is high, is
testimony to lack of adequate
summer rainfall.
Bronson is concerned that,
under these conditions, the
residual debris in forests from
recent hurricanes and tropical
storms will fuel bigger and
more destructive wildfires.
"Until we get more rainfall
and more widespread rainfall,
the large amount of uprooted
or dead and dying trees and
shrubs will make conditions
very dangerous for our
wildland firefighters," Bronson
said.
Florida averages about.
5,000 wildfires each year.
Since January 1, 2006, 4,195
wildfires have burned
214,646.2 acres and destroyed
43 homes and 164 other
structures. Meanwhile,
thousands .of homes and other
structures have been saved as a
result of the efforts of
firefighters.


Tim Giebeig I
386-496-199.0.
40 E. Main St. \
Lake Butlei ,FL 32054


Elect

RICHARD m S



WRIGHT



County Commissioner
District 4

Former Union County Employee
Road Department from 1992 to 1995
Rescue from 1995 to 1999
UF and Shands since 1999
President of Union County Babe Ruth
Member of Lake Butler Fire Dept. since 1992
A.S. Degree from Lake City Community College
Involved with youth activities in the county


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LOCAL
Continued from p. 1A
board District I seat, now held
by Allen Parrish, school board
District 3 seat, held by Marsan
Carr, and county commission
seat District 2, held by Morris
Dobbs. No opposition means
the politicians automatically
keep their positions for four
more years.
Also on Tuesday's ballot will
be a referendum to continue a
half-mill of property tax for
funding of the Union County
Public Library. First approved
in 1998, the measure brings
more than $90,000 to the
library each year. Voters must
approve the funding every two
years because of the nature in
which it is raised.
No matter the party, voters
will also be asked to chose a
candidate for circuit judge. In
-the Eighth Judicial Circuit,
group four race, Stan Griffis,
Lorraine Sherman and Stephen
Pennypacker are asking for
voter approval.
This Tuesday voters will
also decide which of -the
gubernatorial candidates will
represent their respective
parties. On the Democratic
side, Jim Davis, Rod Smith,
Glenn Burkett, Carol
Castagnero and John Crotty
are looking to represent the
party on Nov. 7. On the
Republican side, Charley Crist,
Tom, Gallagher, Vernon
Palmer and Michael St. Jean
are vying for the nomination.
On the Democratic ticket,
voters will chose between
Walter "Skip" Campbell and
Merrilee Ehrlich to see which
will run for attorney general on
Nov. 7. Also on the
Democrat's ballot will be the
race for state senator of
District 14 between Ed
Jennings Jr. and Perry
McGriff.
On the Republican side,
three candidates are looking to
run for the position of Florida's
Chief Financial Officer. Milt
Bauguess, Randy Johnson and


Tom Lee are looking to
represent the party in
November. Republicans will
also decide if Travis Horn or
Ste e Oelrich will run against
the Democratic winner for the
State Senate seat from District
14.
Republicans will also chose
a candidate to face Bill Nelson
for his United States Senate
seat. LeRoy Collins Jr.,
Katherine Harris, William
"Will" McBride and Peter
Monroe are asking for voters
to send them to November's
general election to 'face
Nelson.
Polls will be open from 7
a.m.-7 p.m. on Sept. 5.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


UCSO to
conduct safety
checkpoints
Over the next several
weeks, the Union County
Sheriff's Office will be
conducting roadside safety
checkpoints throughout the
county.
Deputies will be
conducting inspections of
vehicles to insure things like
tail lights, headlights and
brake lights are all in proper
working order. They will
also be inspecting the log
books of commercial
vehicles. The checkpoints
will take place throughout
the county. They will take
place at various times
during both day and night
hours. Union County Sheriff
Jerry Whitehead said his
department is concerned
with traffic safety.
"We are taking a
proactive stance when it
comes to traffic safety,"
Whitehead said. "If we can
prevent just one accident
with these efforts, it will
have been worth it."


Worthington voters polling location
changed due to construction


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The tlnion County
Supervisor of Elections is
reminding voters in
Worthington Springs that
because the town has no
community center, the polling
location for this year's election
has changed.
Barbara "Babs" Montpetit
said that while the town is in
the construction phase of its
new town hall, voters would
need to go to the Worthington
Springs United Methodist
Church to cast their ballot.
"This is only a temporary
measure while the building is
being constructed," Montpetit
said. "Once it is complete, the
polling station will return to
town hall."
Worthington Springs town
hall was damaged during the
2004 hurricane season. A large
oak tree toppled and caused
major damage to the structure.
Working with the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency and its insurance
company, the town was able to
procure enough funds to
completely rebuild the
building.
Montpetit said large signs
have been placed in front of
the church, on S.R. 121, so
voters will have no problem
recognizing it.


'We've put them out early so
Worthington Springs voter
won't be cofifused as to where
to go on election day,"
Mon.tpetit said.
Montpetit is also asking
voters that won't be in town
Sept. 5 or just wish to avoid
the lines at the polls to vote
early. She said she hoped
many people will take
advantage of the chance to
make their voice heard.
"We are conducting this
process to give everyone an
opportunity to vote," Montpetit
said. "The state wants every
registered voter to have the
opportunity to cast their
ballot."
Because of the county's size
and population, Montpetit will
offer only one place to cast
ballots early-the supervisor
of elections office. While some
might feel only having one
polling place has its
drawbacks, Montpetit said it is
the perfect place.
"If you forget your voter
registration card, we can look
up your name and issue you
one right on the spot."
Montpetit said. "This would
avoid a ballot possibly not
being counted."
She pointed out that those
voters who do not have a
voter's registration card when
they go to their normal polling
place will have to cast a


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provisional ballot. Instances
have come up were a voters
registration could not be
verified and the ballot was not
counted.
"By voting early, and at our
office, you void all these
problems," Montpetit said.
"And you don't have to wait in
line."
If you do plan to early vote,
Montpetit said the process is
the same as if you were voting
on election day.
"Voters need to bring their
voter's registration card and an
official photo identification,"
Montpetit said. "If you can't
find your card, take advantage
of the opportunity to vote early
and avoid problems. We can
make sure your vote counts."
The supervisor of elections
office will be open this
Saturday to allow voters a
chance to cast their ballots. It
will be the last day voters can
take advantage of the early
voting process.
Montpetit's office is located
inside the Union County
Courthouse at 55 W. Main.
Street on the first floor. Any
questions about the process
can be answered by. calling
(386) 496-2236.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


Postal Tidbits
Did you know for your
convenience your rural
route mail carriers have
postage stamps to sell to
you while on the route. Save
yourself a trip to the post
office and take advantage of
this convenience.


SHINE looking
for volunteers
inUC
Are you looking for a
flexible volunteer
opportunity that enables you
to make a real difference in
the lives of seniors in your
community? Do you like to
help others resolve
problems? If you answered
yes to these questions, then-
the Florida Department of.
Elder Affairs may have the
perfect volunteer position
for you.
Volunteers are needed in.
Union County for the:
award-winning Serving
Health Insurance Needs of
Elders Program. SHINE is a
free Medicare and health.
insurance information and
counseling program that-
helps elders make informed
decisions. SHINE
counseling takes place at
designated community-
centers or by telephone.
Seniors and their
caregivers receive:
information and assistance:
on programs that may help-
to reduce their health:
insurance and prescription
medication costs. SHINE
volunteers help Medicare-
recipients- compare
supplemental insurance
policies, interpret coverage,:
and review Medicare and
health insurance forms:
SHINE volunteers can also
help seniors understand the
new Medicare prescription
drug benefit.
Free comprehensive-
training is provided. Please
contact the Elder Help Line-
and tell them you would like-
to find out more about:
becoming a SHINE
volunteer.
Apply now for. SHINE's
next training class. For more
information, call (800) 262-
2243.


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to surt the World Wide Web.
This allows them access to
several online databases such
as Infotrac, NetLibrary, and
Heritage Quest. Eight hundred
to 1,000 patrons per month
currently use these services.
Growth help has also come
from a cooperative the library
formed back in 1997. Union,
Bradford and Baker counties
all agreed to become part of
what is now known as the New
River Public Library
Cooperative. It has enhanced
library services by allowing
patrons to access materials
from all three facilities. The
cooperative also allowed them
to have a bookmobile for those
who could not make it to the
main library.
The library also serves as an
outlet for teenagers in Union
County. The library's Junior
Friends of the Library allows
young people to get together
and helps the community as
well. The JFOL takes part in
many volunteer projects
throughout the community.
Thei library staff has- had a
significant change as well.
When the library opened in
1990, it had one employee.--
Today the staff has grown to
seven' Library Director Mary
Brown said she is proud of the
0gIrowth of the library over the
last.14 years.
"The growth of the library
has been astonishing," Brown
said. "We constantly strive to
provide quality library services
to the residents of Union
County."


SREC can help
seniors with
problems
Senior Citizens of Lake
Butler are you in need of
help to solve your daily
problems?
If so, the Suwannee River
Economic Council has an
advisory board that helps
seniors solve .these
problems. For more
information about the board.
and what it can do, call the
SREC at (386)-496-2342.


Group helps
people get
back to work
Abilities of Florida is an
organization that helps
people with physicall
disabilities or mental.health
issues regain employment.
The group provides services
designed to enable people to
prepare for and get gainful
employment. Services
include help with physical
or mental treatment, job
'placement and: retraining.
For more information, call
(386) 755-9026 ext. 3149.

SREC offers
home repair
help -
.-Is y1our home, suffering
from draftiness, leaky roof,
lack of insulation, restricted'
entrance or lack of heated
water? If so, the Suwannee
' River Economic, Council
S 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, located on S.R.
231 across from Tigers Den
Daycare in Lake Butler. For
'more information, call (386)
496-2342.


Annual porkchop lunch gets LCCC off to smoking' start


Library Director Mary Brown (right) helps library patron
Patricia Edenfield work on one of the library's
computers that has internet access. This Tuesday,
voters will be asked to once again approve a half mill
property tax to support library services.


Even with all its growth, the
library is planning yet another
expansion. This year the
library received a $500,000
grant to go toward building a
new facility. The funding,
from the state library board,
will go toward a new facility to
be built on S.W. Fifth Avenue
in Lake Butler. The building
will help the library meet the
space requirements
recommended by the state
library board.
Most of the library's funding
comes from the half-mill ad
valorem tax that voters must
approve. Tuesday, voters will
once again be asked to approve
this financing of the library.
The tax has allowed the library
to grow to what it is today.


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.
Fro more information about
the program, contact the
Suwanee River Economic
Council at (386) 496-2342.


Dial a Story
available to
children
Young children of Union
,County are invited to call
Dial a Story. Children can
hear a story by calling (386)
496-2542. Dial a Story is
free telephone service:,
provided by the Union
County Public Library.
Stories are geared toward
children ages 12 and
younger. Stories are
changed weekly. For more
information, call (386) 496-
3432.


Historical
society
accepts items
The Union County
Historical Society accepts
historical items for the
Marjorie Driggers Museum
every Monday from 9 a.m.
until noon. The museum is
located on S.R. 100 in Lake
Butler in the Townsend
Building.


Voters are not being asked to
approve a new tax, rather just
reapprove an existing one
The half-mil tax, whilee
raising thousands for the
library, costs property o, ners-
-very-little-r-A-property ou ner
with a tax assessment of
$50,000 pays $25 a year to
support the library.
To find out more about what
your public library has to offer,
stop by the library located at
175 N. Main St. or call (386)
496-3432. You can also find
them on the Internet at
www.union.newriver.lib.fl.us.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


This fall, Lake City Community College began its 59th year of educating the students
from its five-county district comprised of Baker, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist and Union
counties.To welcome back LCCC professors and staff, Norman Stephenson, Union
County resident and former LCCC trustee, treated them to the now "famous"
porkchop luncheon.Stephenson and his "right hand cooks," better known as "the
fabulous four," prepared inch-thick smoked porkchops, along with green beans,
dirty rice, rolls and drinks. The two long lines-of hungry employees were served by
LCCC student ambassadors in Howard Gymnasium. This is a much anticipated
activity that LCCC employees look forward to each year. "The college appreciates
the generosity of Stephenson and his crew for a smoking' good job well done," said
Sondra Yarbourgh, spokesperson for LCCC. Pictured above is Stephenson (front
right), former LCCC District Board of Trustees member, as he supervises the famous
porkchop lunch, as the "fabulous four" ready the meal.


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


Being around horses brings 'euphoria' to woman's life


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Meridith Babnick, as a child,
always wanted a horse for
Christmas.
Santa never did 'bring her a
horse, but now, as an adult, she
finds herself surrounded by 27
horses. Why, you could
probably say that Babnick is
euphoric.
Babnick and her husband,
Mike, own Euphoria Stables in
Bradford County. It is a place
where people can board their
horses, but Babnick also trains


and breeds horses, as well as
give riding lessons.
She and her husband, who
moved to Bradford from New
Hampshire three years ago,
both have day jobs-she works
in legal sales, her husband in
medical sales-but Babnick
hopes her full-time career will
eventually center around
horses.
"Right now, it's just fun,"
she said.
Still, Babnick has come a
long way from that person
whose first experience with a


horse had her getting thrown
off.
If she had her way, Babnick
would've gotten a horse a lot
earlier than she did. She said
she begged her parents for a
horse every Christmas.
"They didn't have any
money," she said. "One year I
got a lead rope. The next year I
got..a saddle' They never
bought me a horse. I finally
got married, and my husband
bought me a horse."
When she finally got that
horse, her intention was to


train it as a trail horse.
However, when she threw a
western saddle on it and
mounted it, she was bucked
off.
"I learned that I had to slow
down," Babnick said.
That led to her learning how
to ride in the English style.
That involves the use of a
much thinner saddle with no
horn to hang onto (English
riding involves jumping and
right putting them into that,"
. Babnick said.
Instead, she is going to focus


her 'efforts on breeding a
Friesian stallion she has with
spotted draft mares to produce
what she says should be
popular horses.
"They're all going to. be
black and white, which is a
hard color to find," Babnick
said. "Everybody's got brown.
and white. Nobody's got black
and white."
The horses Babnick
owns-including 14 boarder
horses-have more.- than.
See HORSES, p. 8B


Rebecca Bennett, 12,
practices jumping
with 6-year-old
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owners, water ski, jet ski and
pleasure power boat users are
urged to attend a meeting
concerning the Alachua County
Waterways Master Plan
(including Santa-Fe Lake and
Lake Alto).
Alachua County has
contracted with the University
of Florida to develop a
proposed Water.ways Master
Plan.
A. meeting will be held to
discuss, with UF personnel,
concerns and opinions on this
topic on Friday, Sept. 8, from
6 to 7:30. p.m. at Lake Area
Watersports, 829 N. S.R. 21
in Melrose.
Those attending the meeting
should bring lawn chairs.
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Rastus Aaron
GAINESVILLE Rastus Leroy
"Roy" Aaron, 95, died
Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2006. He
was a veteran of the U.S. Army,
serving in World War II. He lived
and worked in Starke for more
than 21 years.
Mr. Aaron is survived by: his
wife, Bessie Aaron of
:" Gainesyille; a son, Albert Aaron
of Starke; a daughter, Beulah
Brown of Gainesville; stepsons,
Patrick Mils, Ronald Mills and
Sean Mills, all of Gainesville; a
brother, Walter Bryant of
Gainesville; sisters, Ora Mae
Aaron of Riviera Beach, Gladys
Hill, Annie B. Tyson and Mildred
Petteway, all of -Starke; four
stepgrandchildren, one great-
grandchild and two great-great-
.* grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Aaron
were Aug. 26, 2Q06, at the
Female Protective Temple in
Gainesville. Burial followed in
Florida National Cemetery in
Bushnell under the care of
Chestnut Funeral Home of
-Gainesville.

Donald Austin
LAKE BUTLER Donald
Alexander Austin, 62, of Lake
Butler died Thursday, Aug. 24,
...,2006, at his residence following
S an extended illness.
S Born in Pensacola where he
lived mort of his life, Mr. Austin
moved tolake Butler in 1999. He
was a LI.S Air Force veteran,
serving in the Vietnam War. He
was an automobile mechanic
before ill health forced him to
retire. He. was a member of First
Baptist Church of Lake Butler.
Mr. Austin is survived by: his
wife of two years, Bama Virginia
Austin; a daughter, Donna Mae
Lowitz of Pensacola; two sons,
Michael Austin of Pensacola and
Frank .Austin of Wilksboro,
N.C.; twozstepsons, Joel "Chip"
Harden of Spring Hill and David
: Harden of Alachua; his mother,
Helen R. Austin of Lake Butler;'
two sisters, Barbara Ann
Harrison of Lake Butler and
Peggy Austin of Marianna; two
brothers, Henry "Junior" Austin
and Michael "Micky" Austin,
both of Pensacola; and seven
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Austin
were Aug. 26, 2006, in the
chapel of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler with the Rev. Ray
McKendree officiating.
Cremation followed.
Memorial contributions 'may
be made to Haven Hospice, 4200
N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
FIU-32606.:" -- .*a .


Ms. Finley is survived by: her
father, William "Buck" Finley of
Jacksonville; her mother, Teresa
Vaughn of Macclenny; her
stepmother, Sandra Hammons; a
son, Bryce Nelson; a daughter,
Hanna Nelson; six brothers,
Bobby Joe Finley, William
Finley, Albert Finley, Eugene
Finley, Travis Finley and Justine
Hammons; three sisters, Angela
Finley, Cassandra Carter and
Savannah Davis; and her
maternal grandmother, Geraldine
Collie.
Funeral services for Ms.
Finley were Aug. 24, 2006, in
the Christian Fellowship Temple
in Macclenny with the Rev.
William Smith officiating.
Cremation followed under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.

Mabel Kilby
STARKE Mabel Dare Kilby,
79, of Starke died Friday, Aug.
25, 2006, at Haven Hospice in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Kilby was of the
Methodist faith.
Mrs. Kilby is survived by: a
sister, Elizabeth Kilby of Starke.
Interment will be in the Kilby
family plot in Maryland.
Memorial contributions may
be made to First United
Methodist Church, 200 N.
Walnut St., Starke, FL 32091.

Dorothy Lizenbee
GRAHAM Dorothy Geiger
Hunter "Dot" Lizenbee, 84, of
Grahalm died Friday, Aug. 25,
2006, at Shands UF following a
brief illness.
Born in Polk County, on May
2, 1922, Mrs. Lizenbee was a
longtime area resident. She was a
member of Sampson City Church
of God and retired as a seamstress
at Big Dad's and Starke Uniform
Manufacturing Corp.
Mrs. Lizenbee is survived by:
a son, Jerry Geiger of Starke;
stepdaughters, Judy Still, Shirley
Spencer, Marie Sanford and
Marilyn Forsyth; stepsons,
Samuel Hunter, Merren Charles
Lizenbee; a sister, Vera Wilder of
Lakeland; 27 grandchildren, 60
great-grandchildren, three
stepgreat-grandchildren and nine
great-great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in death by her
husbands, Herman Geiger,
Samuel Hunter and Merren Clay
Lizenbee and a son, John Geiger.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Lizenbee were Aug. 29, in
Sampson City Church of God
with the Rev. Gene Bass
conducting the services,
"Tn'i-Fment followed d in Bethliel
Rantist Church Cemetery under


grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband
Benjamin "Ben" F. Mock, a
daughter, Melissa Dean, and
grandchildren, Benji Dean and
Harold "Bucky" Eadie. She was
the sister of the late Mavis
Thomas Goodge of Starke.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Mock were Aug. 30, 2006 in
Pine Level Church near Grays
with Pastor Kevin Byrd
conducting the services. Burial
followed in Hampton Cemetery
under the care of Peeples-Rhoden
Funeral Home of Hampton.
Memorial contributions may
be made to United Hospice, 1605
North Street, Beaufort, SC
39902.





The family of Gerald W. Thomas
would like to express our sincere
appreciation to all who donated to
Palliative Care Unit VA .Medical.
Center in honor of Gerald.
Thank you for all the support and
kindness extended to ourfamily
during our time of bereavement.
A special thanks to Cheryl Griffis,
Archie Tanner Funeral Home and
Jimmy Davis of Davis Express, Inc.
In appreciation,
the family of Gerald and
his wife, Judy


SInMemonry,

In Memory of
Jessica Angel Thomas
Jan. 14, 1977-Sept. 5, 2005
In memory of a best friend, a sister,
a mother, a daughterand a wife.
It's been a year since you went
away, but tellyou, itseemslike
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"A True Blessing"
from Dolly Harrell
& Family


I a m ,. I
I would like to thank the family of
Mrs. Dolly Harrellfor the
wonderful blessings and all they
have done for me.
I really enjoyed workingfor.them.
It was such a great joy io be part of
their family. Mrs. Dolly was a very
sweet person andIl lovedher very
much. She was an inspiration in imy
life. I learned so much from her.
Even though she was ill she was a
fighter. and always worried about
others. She loved her family and
friends very much. I will miss her
and know many more will too,
especially her family.
Thanks to: Regina Parrish, Brett
Parrish and family, Beth and Mike
.Iarrell, A lisha Griner, Ramona
Griner, Rhonda Roberson, Doyle
Archer and Uncle Wayne Hayes.
May God bless and keep everyone.
Emma Jenkins


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sorrow, sadness and made us feel O obituaries
blue. .
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all still love you. So you take care The obituaries on this page
and we will see you soon. We will are considered news and are
know when you're smiling upon us published free of charge by the
every time we see a flower bloom. Bradford County Telegraph.
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Starke and Lake Butler Head
Start is now enrolling students.
The free federally funded program
is now taking applications for the
2006-2007 school year.
The program is open to preschool
children who turn 3 years old on or
before Sept. 1. Head Start offers
educational activities, health and
family services. To apply in Starke,
call Kyle Bonesteel at (904) 964-
8280 to set up an appointment.
Parents may also stop by the Starke
Center, located at 1080 N. Pine St.,
or contact ECS Resource and
Referral at (904) 964-1543. To
apply in Lake Butler, call Alberta
Hampton at (386) 496-2160 or visit
495 Southeast 5th St. Bring the
child's Birth Certificate and proof of
income when applying.
A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.
The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free
mammograms and annual pap
smears to women 50 and older who
have little or no health insurance.
Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5
p.m.; Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
Friday, 8:30 -1 a.m. ACORN is
located in Brooker. Call (352) 485-
1133.
Do you have any concerns about
yopw'child's development? Free
i information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years. ,
To schedule an appointment' call
Child Find at (800) 2Z7-6036 or go
to www. nefec.org/fdlrs (click on
Child Find).
Hospice is in need of volunteers.
There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer
opportunity, call Carolyn Long,
386-328-7100.


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MELROSE Ella V. Cole, 95,
of Melrose died Sunday, Aug. 27, JOYCe M ock
2006, at her residence. Joyce M ock
Born in Augusta; Ga. on July VARNVILLE, S.C. Joyce
14, 1911, Mrs. Cole moved to Kathyren Thomas Mock, 72, of
Melrose in 1981 from Varnville, S.C. died Saturday,
Jacksonville. She retired as a Aug. 26, 2006, at the home of
small arms repair specialist from her daughter in Gifford following
the U.S. Army. She was a an extended illness..
member of St. William Catholic Born in Ocala, on Sept. 25,
Church.. 1933, the daughter of the late
Mrs. Cole is survived by: a Olson and Daisy Lewis Thomas
niece, Vivian Boehnlein of of Starke, Mrs. Mock was a
Melrose. homemaker and member of Pine
Graveside services for Mrs. Level Baptist Church near Grays,
Cole were Aug. 29, 2006, in S.C.
Keystone Heights Cemetery. Mrs. Mock is survived by:
Burial followed under the care of three sons, Eugene Mock of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Garner, N.C., William "Billy"
Heights. Mock and Robert "Bobby"
Graveside services for Mrs. Mock, both of Walterboro;-S.C.;
Cole- were Aug. 29, 2006, in. two dauighlters, Kathy Eadie and
Keystone Heights Cemetery with Kiniberly Tuten, both of Gifford;
Father Mike Williams 20 grandchildren and 18 great-
conducting the services.
Interment followed under the care '
of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

James Deen
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS James
Warren Deen, 66, of Keystone
Heights died Thursday, Aug. 24,
2006, at Roberts Care Center in
* Palatka following an extended
illness.
Born Sept. 17, 1939, Mr.
Deen moved to Keystone Heights
in 2002 from Jacksonville. He
was retired from the International
Longshoreman Clerk's and
Checker's (ILA) and was a ,
member of Victory Baptist
Church in Hampton.
Mr. Deen is survived by: his
wife, Shirley Harrison Deen of Polaris of '
Keystone Heights; a son. James 12556 NW US Hwy 441 G
Warren "Jay" Deen Jr. of ',..., 'i....,., ..- ...
Jacksonville; four sisters; and
three brothers.
Graveside services for Mr.
Deen were Aug. 26, 2006, in 24 Hour D l'
I Evergreen Cemetery in Emergency
Jacksonville with brother mergencyStructureDr
Tommy Smith and brother Response
Wayne Bailey conducting the ,'.
services. Interment followed .mrgency Water
under the care of Jones Funeral Emergency Water
Home of Starke. Removal
Memorial contributions msay
be made to Haven Hospice, 4200 Mld Prevention
N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32505, or Victory Baptist .
Church, p.O. Box 389, Dehumidification
Hampton, FL 32044.
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Want to have a more impressive
resume or college application.
Volunteer. Find volunteer
opportunities that fit your schedule
at www.volunteerlateway.org.
Children in Bradford
County can hear a story on the
telephone by calling (888) 428-
2531. Stories are suitable for
young children and are changed
weekly. The service is provided
by Bradford County Public
Library and New River Public
Library Cooperative.
BHS Alumni: The yearbook
staff of Bradford High School has
earlier edition yearbooks for
sale. Years available are 1993,
1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997.
Price is $40 each. See Wanda
Prevatt at BHS, (904) 966-6086,
to purchase.

A diabetes support group
meets the third Wednesday of
each month, 7-8:15 p.m., at
Trinity Episcopal Church on SR-
26 in Melrose. Each 30-45
minute session is free and open
to all diabetics and their
families. The service is provided
by Jeanne Eaton, RN and
Certified Diabetes Educator
(CDE).
Volunteers are urgently
needed to assist the ARC of
Bradford County. Specific areas
of need are one-on-one
assistance at Sunshine Industries
in the adult basic education
classes, assistance during field
trips and with arts and crafts
activities. Contact Bob Clayton,
(904) 368-0439.

The American Red Cross is
looking for volunteers for the
Lawtey Community School
shelter. Anyone interested in
participating should contact Lisa
Harley at Lawtey City Hall, (904)
782-3254, or Mr. Dion at the
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Starke's Windsor Manor gets new resident


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
He has brown eyes, thick
and dark hair, stands less than
a foot tall and wags his tail a
little with each step.
The newest resident at
Windsor Manor nursing home
is "Windsor," a 1-year-old dog
that has been bringing smiles
to the faces of the residents for
almost six months.
The nursing home's
admission coordinator, Elaine
Gunner, adopted the dog from
Starke's pound. Gunner is also
a member of PAWS.
"He was named Scruffy, but
the residents renamed him
Windsor," Gunner said of what
they guess to be a Scottish
Terrier.
"He was housebroken, and
he's very friendly," she said.
Nurse Suzanne Vanderbilt
takes Windsor home when her
shift is done because he can't
stay at the nursing home.
Windsor took time off in the
summer because it was so hot,
and he had to stay outside
during meal times, but


Vanderbilt said he should be
returning to the nursing home
more often, when it cools'
down.
"When I started leaving him
at home, the residents would
say, 'Where's the dog?'"
Vanderbilt said.
Both Gunner and Vanderbilt
said Windsor is like therapy,
for the patients, even though
he is not a registered therapy
dog.
"He makes a better day for
them all," Gunner said. "He
has a wonderful temperament."
Some of the residents had
dogs that they could not bring
to Windsor Manor with them,
and Gunner said Windsor
brings back those happy
memories for them.
PAWS is a volunteer group
that tries "to give animals like
Windsor a chance," Gunner
said.
PAWS volunteers adopt out
pound animals every first
Saturday of the month. The
animal shelter also has open
hours seven days a week.


Jeanette Root, 78, knows Windsor likes a little
pat on the head when he makes his rounds.


Windsor Manor nursing home's newest
resident, a 1-year-old dog named Windsor,
knows how to smile for the camera. With the
assistance of nurse Suzanne Vanderbilt,
Windsor visits with patients, like 78-year-old
Jeanette Root. "He's a pretty boy," Root said.


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day, 8:30 -11 a.m. ACORN is
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33.
o you have any concerns about
ur child's development? Free
formation and/or screenings are
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rild Find at (800) 227-6036 or go
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held every Wednesday at 7 p.m. at
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workaholics, compulsive spenders
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contest driving under the
Recent influence (DUI); sentenced to
divorces Tri County Probation 12
months, fined $557.50, license
granted in suspended six months, 504iours
community service work, attend
Bradford DUI school, drug and alcohol
The following marriages.. evaluation.
receivet-fnal-dioTuftTon during Stephanie Lynn Barnett pled
the month of July in Bradford no contest driving while license
County. suspended or revoked (DWLS);
six months Tri County
James W. Dorminey vs Amy Probation, obtain valid license,
R. Dorminey fined $171.25.
Joseph McCray vs Surena Randy E. Crawford pled no
M. McCray contest disorderly intoxication;
Tracy A. Dreer vs Richard 12 months Tri County
H.S. Dreer Probation, fined $197.50, drug
Angela Sellers Youngblood and alcohol evaluation, 50
vs Larry Wayne Youngblood Jr. hours community service work.
Debra J. Crew vs Chris W. Allegra Cashun George pled
Crew guilty no valid driver's license
'Margaret R. Wills vs Paul (NVDL); six months Tri
- WiHiams --- County Probation, obtain valid
Robert Olin Fulgham Sr. vs license, fined $171.25.
Christine Pearl Green Fulgham William Grayer pled no
Tina C. Wheeler vs Randall contest possession of cannabis
W. Wheeler Sr. and DWLS; 12 months Tri
Luana M. Nugent vs County Probation, drug and
Timothy D. Nugent Sr. alcohol evaluation, 50 hours
Richard Nugente vs Priscilla community service work, fined
M. Nugent $197.50, obtain valid license.
Marvin Lee Turner vs Karen Jose Jaimes pled guilty
Lynrinurner NVDL; six months Tri County
Scott Turbyfield vs Amy Probation, fined $205, obtain
Turbyfield valid license.
Stephanie G. GriffiR vs Jack Terry Lee pled no
Benjamin J. Griffis. contest attaching tag not
Ae jrI .assigned; fined $197.50.
J Lur px Robert Charles Luke pled no
une contest refusal to accept and
S DOnld McGovern vs Kim sign summons; fined $171.25.
M. McGovern Edwin J. May pled no
Paetrica G. Strong vs Henry contest attaching tag not
Alien Stronag assigned; fined $197.50.
LaDonna Perry vs Earl Py Leroy Auglin Scarlett pled
Nancy Lynn Bridierv;no contest expired license over
Wilford LeonBridier four months; six months Tri
Jessica M. Taylor vs County Probation, obtain valid
-Catherine Raye Snow vs license, fined $205, $100
Kevin W. Snow public defender fee.
Heaiher Gilliard vs Jason Lynn Addie Starling pled no
Gilliard contest DWLS; six months Tri
Louis R. Woeller vs Kathy County Probation, obtain valid
A. Woeller license, fined $171.25.
Edward Lee Blocker vs Brandon Dwayne Herndon
JacquelineE. Blocker pled no contest violation of
Julie L FullkervsBerna probation DUI and DWLS;
Fuller vsBprobation reinstated, 40 days
Charles D. Rles D. Riley vs Delores suspended.
M. Riley Jamie Coakley pled no
Nawaka Yuhtkeeta Jones contest domestic battery; 12
J esse Albert Jones.eta months Tri County Probation,
Jesse Albert Jones. no contact with victim, attend
Sand complete Batterer's
nty COU Intervention Program, fined
finals orJul $205,' public defender's fee
.. S A -$1-00.-$1
1Appearing before Judge Donna, Florian pled no
Johnny Hobbs in Bradford contest petit theft; 12 months,
Traffic .Misdemeanor,-Court qn~u Tri County Irobition, attend
July 25, the following and complete Criminal
defendants received final Cognition Intervention, fined
disposition in their cases: $205, public defender fee $100,
restitution.
Samuel Adams pled no Brian Gallimore pled no



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


contest battery, disorderly
intoxication; 12 months Tri
County Probation, restitution,
attend and complete Anger
Management Counseling, fined
$205, public defender fee $100.
Alvin Glover pled no contest
violation of probation DUI;
license suspended six months,
DUI school, 50 hours
community service work, fined
$730.

Pretrial conference
Joshua John Knipp pled no
contest petit theft; 12 months
Tri County Probation, fined
$205 restitution to Island Food
Store $50, county jail 20 days.
Nathan David Behar pled no
contest possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri
County Probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, 50 hours
community service work, fined
$197.50.
Landris Jackson pled no
contest NVDL; license
suspended six months, fined
$224.


July 18
Hubert Berry Jr. pled no
contest DWLS; obtain valid
license, six months Ti County
Probation, fined $205,'six days
county jail.

Octo .Burse pled no contest
DWLS; six months Tri County
probation, fined $205, six da s,,
county jail.
Shane L. Cooper pled no
contest DWLS; 12 days county
jail, six months Tri County
Probation, obtain valid license,
fined $205.
Alphonso Covington pled no
contest NVDL; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined $205.
Denny Edward DeVoe pled
no contest DWLS, vehicle not
registered; 50 days county jail,
six months Tri County
Probation, fined $205.
Raymond Charles Hill found
guilty DWLS; 12 months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, six days county jail,
fined $205.
Brad Lamar Jones pled no
contest NVDL; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined $205.
Richard Ayers Markle found
guilty possession of
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri'
County Probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation,, fined
$197.50.


Ebbie Dwayne McKinley
pled no contest DWLS; 12
months Tri County Probation,
90 days county jail, fined $205.
Kenneth Alton Pye found
guilty petit theft; $267.49
restitution, 12 months Tri
County Probation, fined $205,
attend and complete Criminal
Cognition Intervention.
Donald James Roberts pled
no contest possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri
County Probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, 50 hours
community service work, fined
$297.50.
Jimmie Tyson found guilty
DUI; 12 months Tri County
Probation, license suspended
six months, 30 days county
jail, fined $557.50, 50 hours
community service work.

July 11
Dozie Brown pled no contest
DUI; 12 months probation,
license suspended six months,
fined $557.50.
Latosha Brown pled no
contest DWLS; six months


probation, obtain valid license,
fined $171.25.
Barry Walter Cumming pled
no contest attaching tag not
assigned; fined $197.50.
Ross Edward Lishen pled no
contest DWLS; six months
probation, obtain valid license,
fined $171.25.
Jason Moody pled no contest
DWLS; six months probation,
obtain valid license, fined
$171.25.
Catherine Nell Price pled no
contest allowing unauthorized
person to drive; fined $171.25.
Paul Thompson pled no
contest attaching tag not
assigned; fined $171.25.
Raymond Findlay pled guilty
possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months
probation, fined $105, $100
public defender fee, drugs and
alcohol evaluation.
Merlin Howard pled no
contest possession of cannabis;
12 months probation, drugs and
alcohol evaluation, 50 hours
community service work, fined
$197.50, public defender $100.


Ryann Alan Howard pled no
contest assault on a law,
enforcement officer; 12 months
probation, anger management,
$105 fine, $100 public defender
fee, 12 days county jail.
Alvhord Lee pled no-contest
possession of drug .,i
paraphernalia; 12 months
probation, 50 hours community
service work, $197.50 fine,,/--
$100 public defender fee. :
Wilma Lee Leverette pled no 1_
contest improper exhibition of,-,,
dangerous weapon; fined .
$197.50.
Thomas Marshall pled guilty,-i.
possession of drug ,,
paraphernalia; 12 months "
probation, drug and alcohol"
evaluation, $105 fine, $100-4
public defender fee, 22 days in
jail with credit for 22 days. A
Sarah Frances Massey pled,
guilty wilful-wanton reckless;-
driving; 12 months probation,j
fined $557.50. drug and alcohol 'i
evaluation, 50 hours iT
community service work, attend).
See COURT, p. 5B


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A'big thank
you' from
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Dear Editor:
Hampton Mayor Jim Mitzel
and chairperson of the city
council. Martha Williams,
would like to personally thank
Jennifer Mitzel, Sandy
Williams and all theH.YFD
volunteer firefighters, plus
some close and personal
friends, for all their help again


upcoming election.
. Since Keystone Heights has
been traditionally so under
represented, it is very
important to vote for people
who will return phone calls,
attend meetings and be here to
represent us.
Please vote.
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Keystone Heights



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city of Hampton kids
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event was held Aug. 19 at the
city park.
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event Wouldn't have been so
successful. Again this year, a
big thank you to all who
donated in various Ways. It was
greatly appreciated.
-We look forward to this
event again next year.
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and Martha Williams


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FROM THE COURTS: I


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COUNCIL OF LAWTEY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed
ordinance, whose title hereinafter appears, will be
brought before the council for the second and final
reading on Sept. 11, 2006, at the Lawtey City Council
Meeting at 7 p.m. or as soon there after, at City Hall
Council Room in Lawtey, Florida. Copy of the
ordinance, containing legal description of the said
property by metes and bounds, may be inspected by
any member of the public at the office of the Clerk of
the City of Lawtey at City Hall,' Lawtey, Florida. All
interested parties wishing to be heard should attend
meeting.
ORDINANCE #06-01
AN ORDINANCE VOLUNTARILY ANNEXING
CERTAIN LANDS TO THE. CITY OF LAWTEY,
FLORIDA, MAKING CERTAIN FINDINGS
INCLUDED WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL LIMITS OF
THE CITY OF LAWTEY, CERTAIN LANDS
LOCATED CONTIGUOUS TO THE CITY OF
LAWTEY, DESCRIBED AS SUCH LOTS 9,
15,16,17,18, 23, 24, 25, AND 26, SECTION 14,
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
"WOODLAWN" AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 17 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BRIADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA AND PART OF
THE SW1/4 OF THE SE1/4 OF SAID SECTION 14.
REDEFINE THE BOUNDARY LINES OF THE
MUNICIPALITY; FINDING COMPLIANCE WITH
CHAPTER 171, FLORIDA STATUES; PROVING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCE IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
ATTACHMENT "A" ....
A portion,of Section 14, Township 5 South and
Range-22 East and described as follows:
Lots 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, and 26, Section 14,
Township 5 South, Range 22 East, "Woodlawn" as
recorded in plat book 1, page 17 of the public records
of Bradford County, Florida and part of the SW 1/4 of
the SE 1/4 of said section 14.
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ATTACHMENT "B" ARTICLE II
SECTION 1: BOUNDARIES The territorial
boundaries of the Municipality hereby created shall
be as follows: All of the Southeast Quarter and South
Half of the Northeast Quarter and Southeast Quarter
of the Northwest Quarter and the East Half of the
Southwest Quarter in Section twenty-three, and the
West Half of the Southwest Quarter and Southwest
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter in Section twenty
four, and the West Quarter of the Northwest Quarter
in Section twenty-five, and the North Half of the
Northeast Quarter in Section twenty 'six; all in
Township Five, South of Range twenty-two East. Also
West Half of Northwest Quarter and Northwest
Quarter of Southwest Quarter all in Section twenty-
three, Township Five South., and Range twenty-two
East, Bradford County, Florida. Also, a portiori of
Section 26, Township 5 South and Range 22 East
and described as follows: Commence at an iron at
the Northeast corner of said SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and
run North 88 degrees 28 minutes 30 seconds West,
along the Northerly boundary thereof (also being the
Southerly boundary of the of the City Limits of
Lawtey),172.43 feet to a found PK Nail and disc on
the Westerly boundary of the right of way of State
Road 200 (U.S. 301) (said Westerly boundary being
on the curve concave to the Northwest and having a
radius of 11404.16 feet) for the Point of Beginning.
From Point of Beginning thus described, run
Southwesterly, along said Westerly boundary and
along the arc of said curve, 175.91 feet as measured
along a chord, having a bearing of South 20 degrees
43 minutes 58 seconds West, to a found iron rod;
thence North 70 degrees 11 minutes 15 seconds
West, 236.72 feet to a found iron rod; thence North
01 degree 32 minutes 52 seconds East, 91.79 feet to
a concrete monument found on the Northerly
boundary of said SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 (also being the
Southerly boundary of the City limits of Lawtey);
thence South 88 degrees 28,minutes 30 seconds
East, along said Southerly boundary, 282.60 feet to
the Point of Beginning. Along with a portion of
Section 14, Township 5 South and Range 22 East
and more specifically described as: Lots 9,15, 16,17,
18, 23, 24, and 25, Section 14, Township 5 South,
Range 22 East, 'Woodlawn" as recorded in plat book
1, page 17 of the public records of Bradford County,
Florida and part of the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of said
section 14.


COURT
Continued from p. 4B

DUI school.
Stephen. Perry pled no
contest petit theft; fined
$197.50, public defender fee
$100.
Michael P. Peterson pled no
contest possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months
probation, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 50 hours
community service work, fined
197.50, public defender fee
$100.
Gary Arthur Schaupp pled no
contest DUI; 12 months
probation, $2,395 fine, license
suspended 10 years, drug test,
Interlock two years, attend
advanced DUI school, 60 days
county jail.
Jeffrey Benenson found
guilty DUI; 12 months
probation, fined $557.50,
license suspended six months,
50 hours community service
work, DUI school, drug and
alcohol evaluation.
Milton Deron Davis found
guilty possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri
County Probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, 5'0 hours
community service work, fined
$197.50.
Kelly Robinson .pled guilty
possession of cannabis; 12
months Tri County Probation,
drug and alcohol evaluation,
fined $297.50.


OFFICIAL SAMPLE BALLOT
PRIMARY ELECTION'
DEMOCRATIC PARTY
BRADFORD COUNTY, FL
SEPTEMBER 5, 2006

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STATE

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR
.. (Vote for One) "

O 0 Glenn Burkett DEM
Not Yet Designated
GD D Carol Castagnero DEM
Not Yet Designated
CID John M. Crotty DEM,
Not Yet Designated
(, C Jim Davis DEM
Not Yet Designated
CD Rod Smith DE.M
Not Yet Designated


ATTORNEY GENERAL
(Vote for One)


C> Walter "Skip" Campbellf DIEM

,: : Mernlee Ehrlich 'DEM



LEGISLATIVE

STATE SENATOR
DISTRICT 14
(Vote for One)

C0 Ed Jennings, Jr,, DEM

O Perry C. McGriff, Jr DEM




NONPARTISAN

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT 2
S(Vote for One)
ID Greg Alvarez

0 Michael Barber

(CI Bobby Carter

CD Stacey Shuford Creight6n

C= Richard, Sapp

NONPARTISAN

:: CIRCUIT JUDGE
8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-GROUP 4
( Vote for One)

.: Stan Griffis

CID Lorraine H,.Sherman

'CD: Stephen Pennypacker


Circuit court
July finals
in Bradford
Appearing before Circuit
Judge David A. Giant July 25
in Bradford .County, the
following defendants received
final disposition in their cases.
Larry Douglas Mallard pled
no contest false identification
given to law enforcement
officers and two counts forgery;
366 days Department of
Corrections (DOC) with 46
days credit for time served.
Mallard pled no contest
felony driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
habitual offender revocation;
366 days DOC.
Lemuel Leander Cooper pled
no contest fleeing and
attempting to elude a police
officer; 90 days county jail with
69 days credit, license
suspended two years.. court
costs.
Tamara Sanford pled guilty
grand theft; four years
probation, 100 hours
community service, DNA
sample, 'court costs, $6,200
restitution to CC mini storage.
William Dodd pled no
contest resisting arrest with
violence; eight months county
jail with 207 days credit, court
costs reduced to civil judgment.
Ronald Nathaniel Cooper
pled no contest DWLS felony;
18 months probation, advanced
driver improvement course,
$405 court costs.
Jeffrey Paul Gaudette pled no


contest felony DWLS habitual
offender; 18 months probation,
$405 court costs.

July 11
Paul Everett Heaton Jr. pled
no contest sexual offender
failure to report, possession of
drug paraphernalia; 26 months
DOC, 24 months probation
with drug offender sanctions,
drug treatment in DOC, 130
days credit for time served.
Varion Nickolde McGill pled
no contest unlawful sale and
possession of recorded material;
three years probation,
restitution hearing set for Aug.
15.
Eric Lamore Harris found
guilty unlawful sale,
possession of recorded material;
four years probation, court
costs.
Carlos Lenard Jones pled no
contest improper exhibition of
dangerous weapon,. domestic
battery, neglect of a child.
without harm; 270 days county
jail with 156 days credit, no
contact with victim, 24 months
probation with drug offender
sanctions, complete Batterer's
Intervention Program, court
costs reduced to civil judgment.

Trial status
conference
Lonell Bernard Gadson pled'
no contest felony DWLS
habitual offender; 366 days
county jail with 135 days'
credit, court costs reduced to
civil judgment.
Randi Wendell Holmes pled
no contest possession of a


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REPUBLICAN PARTY
BRADFORD COUNTY, FL
SEPTEMBER 5, 2006

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APPEAR ON ALL BALLOT STYLES

CONGRESSIONAL

UNITED STATES SENATOR,
(Vote for One)
C, ) LeRoy Collins Jr. REP

: Katherine Harris REP

ID William Will" McBride REP

(I Peter Monroe REP

STATE

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR
(Vote for One)
(D: Charlie Cnst REP
Nol Yet Designated
Q Tom Gallagher REP
Not Yet Designated
<:D Vernon Palmer REP
Not Yet Designated
, Not Yet Designated

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Vote for One)


:0 Milt Bauguess
(>ID Randy Johnson
C:D Tom Lee


REP
REP
REP


LEGISLATIVE

STATE SENATOR
DISTRICT 14
(Vote'for One)
.CD Travis Horn REP:
(D 'Steve Oelnch REP




NONPARTISAN

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT
'(Vote for One),
C(I Greg Alvarez

(I Michael Barber

Bobby Carter

C:D Stacey Shuford Creighton


CIRCUIT JUDGE
8th JUDICIALCIRCUIT-GROUP 4
(Vote for One)
(I Stan Griffis
I Lorraine H. Sherman
C( Stephen Pennypacker


controlled substance; 18
months DOC with 133 days
credit, court costs reduced to
civil judgment.

July 7
Joe L. Cirerol pled no
contest grand theft, dealing in
stolen property; 110 days
county jail with 110 days
credit, 18 months probation,
court costs $405.
Syvella Domearria Jackson
found guilty trespass of
occupied structure, battery; no
contact with victim, one year
probation.


SRWMD
board to meet
Sept. 12
The Suwannee River Water
Management District's
Governing Board will meet on
Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 3 p.m.,
at District Headquarters, C.R.
49 and S.R. 90 East in Live
Oak.
The meeting is to consider,
district business and public:"
hearings on regulatory and land
acquisition-matters.
, Following the meeting, .the
first public hearing will be held
on the district's fiscal year
2007 budget.
All meetings, workshops arnid
hearings, are open to the public.


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NONPARTISAN

'.'SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER" I
DISTRICT 2 -
(Vote for One)

C.- Greg Alvarez

C; Michael Barber

(:D Bobby Carter

':CI Stacey Shuford Creighton

(.D Richard Sapp

CIRCUIT JUDGE
8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-GROUP 4
(Vote for One)

.:(cD Stan Griffis

.- i Lorraine H. Sherman

(E'., Stephen Pennypacker


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CONTACT THE BRADFORD COUNTY
ELECTIONS OFFICE AT
P.O. Box 58, Starke, FL 32091
(904) 966-6266
Fax: (904) 966-6165,
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Two arrested
for assault,
battery
Two Bradford County men
were arrested Aug. 23 after
deputies were called to a
disturbance on 160th Street.
Deputies responded to a
complaint of shots being fired
and threats in progress.
When the deputies arrived
they found the victim had
sustained a head injury and a
possible broken leg, according
to Sgt. Ron Davis.
Robert Paul Rodgers, 26, was
charged with aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon, Sgt.
Davis said. Rodgers allegedly
struck the victim in the head
with a wooden board, causing
him to lose consciousness and
fall on the steps leading to his
residence, Sgt. Davis said.
Rodgers remains in custody
under a $25,000 bond.
Jarrod M. Kersey, 27, was
charged with battery and
aggravated assault by Inv. Mike
McKenzie. Kersey is charged
with striking Rodgers multiple
times in the head with his fist.
He then allegedly grabbed a .22-
caliber rifle and threatened
Rodgers, Inv. McKenzie s,,aid.
Kersey, who is a convicted
felon, was also charged with
possession of firearm by a
felon, Inv. McKenzie said.
Kersey remains in custody
under a $50,000 bond.
The investigation is
continuing.

Man charged
with battery,
child abuse
A 30-year-old Bradford
County man was arrested Aug.
22 for aggravated battery and
child abuse.
William Kahakua was charged
by Sgt. George Konkel with
physically abusing the victim
and her child. He allegedly
struck the victim and later
struck the 1-year-old in the face
when he became angry over the
child's crying, Sgt. Konkel
said. Minor injuries to the child
were reported.
Kahakua, who denied the
allegations, was placed under
arrest on the charges. He was
released from custody Aug. 23
after a $25,000 surety bond was
posted.

Sex offender
arrested in
Starke
A 24-year-old Starke man was
arrested Aug. 21 for failing to
register his current address.
Joshua Hilts was found
attempting to enter a home on
Westmoreland Street by
jimmying the back door,
according to Sgt. Robert
Melton. Hilts, who is a
registered sexual 'offender, had
identification that gave a
Jacksonville address, Sgt.
Melton said.
Hilts was charged criminal
mischief, criminal trespass,
failing to register as a sexual
offender and on a warrant for
failure to appear possession of
cannabis.
Total bond on the charges
was set at $104,000.
Patrolman J.W. Hooper
assisted in the arrest.


Brown said. Bond was set at
$5,000 in the charges.

Chadwick Mark Hoilman, 33,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Aug. 25 by Union Deputy
Mindy Goodwin for criminal
mischief and burglary. Hoilman
is charged with kicking in the
front door at a residence on
S.R. 121 in Worthington
Springs. Deputies were unable
to establish the reason for the
5:50 a.m. disagreement between
Hoilman and the residents of
the home. He was also charged
on a Clay County warrant for
littering over 500 lbs., Deputy
Goodwin said

Ryan Allen Byrd, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 27 by Clay Deputy Trent
Cecrle for simple battery,
domestic. Deputies- were called
to a disturbance at 2:20 p.m. on
Los Padres Avenue. Byrd is
charged with grabbing the
victim and throwing her against
the wall during an argument,
Deputy Cecrle said.

Myra Roberts, 36, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 23 by Deputy
Bivins for domestic battery.
Roberts is charged with
slapping the victim during an
altercation. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.

Robert Marvin Bailey Jr., 35,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Aug. 26 by Union Deputy
Robert Manning for battery.
Deputies responded to a
disturbance at 1:30 a.m. on
138th Terrace. Bailey is charged
with striking the victim during
an altercation, Deputy Manning
said.

Joseph B. Stafford, 33, of
Lake Butler was arrested Aug.
23 by Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby for burglary of an
occupied dwelling, criminal
mischief, disorderly
intoxication and resisting arrest
with violence. Stafford is
charged with busting a door to a
Starke residence to force his
entry. He refused to cooperate
with officers and a Taser had to
be used to subdue him,
Patrolman Crosby said. Bond
on the charges was set at
$25,000. Patrolman Brown
assisted in the arrest.

Matthew W. McElveen, 30,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Aug. 25 by Starke
Patrolman P.A. King for
possession of cocaine.
McElveen's vehicle was
stopped at 1:18 a.m. for an
inoperative brake light. He was
observed attempting to conceal
a piece of crack cocaine in his
mouth, Patrolman King said.
Bond was set at $15,000:

Lawrence B. Isgette, 20, of
-Melrose was arrested Aug. 26
by Patrolman King for
possession of drug
paraphernalia and' possession of
alcohol by person under 21.
Isgette's vehicle was stopped at
11:22 p.m. for an inoperative
tag light. The K-9 alerted on
the 'vehicle after the officer
noticed. an odor of narcotics
coming from inside. A search
revealed a metal crack pipe and
an open bottle of alcohol inside
the vehicle, Patrolman King
said. Isgette was also charged
on a Putnam warrant with
violation of probation


possession of marijuana. He
was released from custody after
surety bonds totalling $3,504
were posted.

Christopher Thompson, 31,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Aug. 28 by Clay
deputies for possession and use
of drug paraphernalia.

Nancy Eileen Duffy, 32, of
Gainesville was arrested Aug.
24 by Patrolman King for
possession of controlled
substance. Duffy's vehicle was
stopped at 1:38 a.m. on South
Walnut Street for an inoperative
brake light. After, the K-9
alerted on the vehicle, the
officers found a pill bottle with
Duffy's name on it, but the
bottle contained several
prescription medications,
including morphine and Xanex,-
not prescribed to Duffy. She
was released from custody Aug.
26 after a $15,000 surety bond
was posted. Gabriel Romero,
23, of Alachua, a passenger in
the vehicle, was charged by
Patrolman King with
possession of controlled
substance and possession of
marijuana. The officers found a
bag of marijuana under
Romero's seat and numerous
morphine pills in a bag
between his feet. Romero was
charged by probation officers
Aug. 25 with violation of
probation aggravated assault
with intent to commit a felony.
Bond was set at $20,000.

John Underwood, 36, of
Hampton was arrested Aug. 25


LEGALS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CONCERNING A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION 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 special exception, as
described below, will be heard by the
Board of Adlustment of Bradfod ,.
County, Florida, at a public hearing n
on September 11, 2006 at 7:00 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the matter
can be heard, in the County
Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, County Courthouse located at
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida.
SE-06-7, a petition by Rogers Joseph
agent for John A. Palumbo, to request
a Special Exception be granted as
provided for in Section 4.8.5 (2) of the
Land Development Regulations to
allow churches and other house of
worship in a Residential Single
Family-1 classification in accordance
with a petition dated August 1,2006 to
be located on property described. as
follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
13, Township 8 South, and Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows:
Parcel Numbers: 05549-0-00100 and
containing 1 acre more or less..
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 be announced during the publicc
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing. ,
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to'.


by Starke Sgt. lKicnard Crews
for possession of cocaine and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Underwood's
vehicle was stopped for an
inoperative t.g light. During a
consent search the officer found
two.pieces of.crack cocaine and
a glass crack pipe in the
vehicle. Bond was set at
$20,000.


Thomas C. Higginbotham,
20, of Starke and Clayton A.
Thornton, 18, of Lake Butler
were arrested Aug. 26 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
unlawful *possession of.
alcoholic beverages by person
under 21. While patrolling the
area of Cypress Lake at 1:50
a.m., the deputy observed a
cooler of beer in the back of
Higginbotham's 1999 Ford
pickup truck parked at the boat
ramp.. Higginbotham and
Thornton were both under the
influence and were taken into
custody. Thornton was also
charged on a warrant from Clay
County for indirect criminal
contempt. Higginbotham was
released from custody after a
$1,000 surety bond was posted.
Thornton was released after a
$1,000 surety bond and a $220
cash bond were posted.

Brian Henry Leukel, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 25 by Clay Deputy Tyson
Strickland for trespass on
property other than a structure.
Leukel "was ,charged with
harassing a student at a football
game. He smelled strongly of


be heard with respect to the special
exception.
Copies of the special exception
application are .available -for public
inspection at the Office of the Director
of Zoning, Planning, and Building,
County Courthouse located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
.decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings; and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.


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an alcoholic beverage and was
told to leave the property.
Leukel refused to leave and was
taken into custody, Deputy
Strickland said.

Scott Converse Ranney, 49,
of Melrose was arrested Aug.
24 by Clay Deputy Anthony
Harris for disorderly
intoxication. Ranney was
charged with attempting to
obtain money from people at
local retail establishments
while he was drinking an
alcoholic beverage, Deputy
Harris said.
Jamie Larun Mobley, 28, of
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 25 by
Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser on
warrants for possession and sale
of cocaine. Mobley is charged
with selling approximately .5
grains of crack cocaine to. a
confidential source for $40,
according to Task Force Agent
Brian Davis. Total bond was set
at $100.000.
Dean Sinor, 39, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Aug. 22
by Bradford Deputy C.M.
Williams on three counts
giving false identification to


law enforcement officers. Bond
was set at $30,000.

James R. Maynard, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested Aug.
26 by Bradford Deputy Aaron
Black on warrants from Putnam
County fer organized scheme to
defraud and grand theft with a
$2,504 bond. He was released
after a surety bond was posted.

Carmen Lentini, 50, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 26 by
Patrolman Brown on a warrant
for failure to appear issuing
worthless check. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.

Lorelei Guinan, 40, of
Keystgne Heights was arrested
Aug. 26 by Bradford Deputy
Drew Moore on a warrant from
Clay County for petit theft.
Bond was set at $10,002.

Jonathan P. Olofsson, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 24 by Starke Patrolman
S.E. Swain on a warrant from
Clay County for violation of
probation uttering with no
bond.


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

David Taylor, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 22 by Clay Deputy
Melissa Dangerfield for child
abuse. Taylor is charged with
striking the 22-month-old
victim across the face, causing
injury and severe- bruising,
Deputy Dangerfield said. The
incident occurred on July 31.

Tommy Smith,, 38, of
Maxville, was arrested Aug. 24
by Bradford -Deputy Stephen
Bivins for domestic assault.
Smith is charged with
threatening to kill the victim,
Deputy Bivins said. He was
released from custody after a
$5,000 surety bond was posted.

Daniel Taylor, 34, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 25 by Starke
Patrolman Shawn Brown for
domestic battery and open
adultery. He' is charged with
grabbing the victim by the
neck. Taylor, who is married,
admitted his girlfriend was.
pregnant by him, Patrolman


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CRIME


S.R. 26 crash
kills Melrose
woman
A 62-year-old Melrose
woman died Monday--jnI a
vehicle crash on S.R. 26 near'
Orange Heights.
Ernestine Gaither, driving a
2003 Chrysler station wagon,
was struck by a 1988 Ford van
that drove into her lane of
travel, according to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper J.
Berger.
The van, driven by Scott
Schlegel, 30, of Gainesville
was eastbound on S.R. 26. For
unknown reasons the van
travelled across the center line
and into the westbound lane,
Trooper Berger said. Gaither
Attempted to avoid the van by
swerving out of the lane and
onto the shoulder, but her left
front was struck by the left
front of the van, Trooper Berger
said.
The Ford rotated counter-
S clockwise and overturned onto
.. its side. The Chrysler was
projected northeasterly due to
the collision, Trooper Berger
said.
S Schlegel was taken to Shands
S University incritica.l condition.
S Trooper Berger said.
Gaither was dead at the scene.
Damages to the vehicles in
the 8:20 a.m. crash on Aug. 28
were estimated at $13.000.
Charges are pending.

I Melrose man
critical after
S.R. 20 crash
A 20-year-old Melrose man
as critically injured Aug. 25
when he was ejected from his
Chevrolet pickup.
Jessie K. Seaman was taken
I to Shands Gainesville
following the 9:05 p.m. crash
On S.R. 20 in Putnam County,
according to Florida Highway
Patrol Sgt. D. E. DuPont.
S A 2001 Jeep, driven by
Lawrence Paper, 62, of
Interlachen was eastbound on
S.R. 20. Seaman, driving a
S 1983 Chevrolet SI0, was
pulling onto S.R. 20 from a
private dive to travel west, Sgt.
DuPont said. Seaman pulled
into the path of the Jeep. The
dri\ er attend to av 05 .
: ... *'u ri 9 ngh'1rdnt eo i ep
struck the left front of the
Che\rolet, Sgt. DuPont said.
The Chevrolet was knocked in a
clockwise direction and Seaman
was ejected.
Charges are pending blood-
alcohol results, Sgt. DuPont
said.
Paper received minor injuries.
Total damages received to the
vehicles were $13,000.


Teen arrested
for attempt
to take deer
A 19-year-old from
Macclenny was arrested Aug.
25 for attempting to take deer
out of season.
Fish and Wildlife
Commission Officer Bret Gill
responded to a call from a
owner of private land where a
shot had been fired. The owner
also reported a vehicle was
trespassing on the property
located on C.R. 18 three miles
west of Brooker.
When the officer arrived at the
scene at I I p.m., he requested a
K-9 and officer. The K-9 found
a gun hidden on the side of
C.R. 18, Officer Gill said.


Joshua DuPree was located
and arrested for felony trespass
with a firearm and attempting
to take a deer out of season.
DuPree was released from
custody after a $20,000 surety
bond was posted.
.'. Assisting in the arrest were
Officer Billy Giles and Sgt.
Bobby Adams.


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

Glenna G. Rishforth, 46, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 23 by
Bradford Sgt. R.W. White as a
fugitive from justice from
Indiana with no bond.
Rhonda Kay Thomas, 35, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 23 by
Bradford Deputy R. Watkins for
'failure to appear violation of
probation possession of drug
paraphernalia with bond set at
$5,000.
Alejandro Andres .Adan, 20,
of Jupiter was arrested Aug. 25
by Clay Deputy Travis Chaires
on a Bradford warrant for failure
to appear violation of probation
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at $5,000.
James Walter Mullis Jr., 52,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Aug. 27 by Deputy
Cecrle for violation of
probation domestic violence
with no bond.
Duane Growe, 27, of '
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 26 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for contempt of court.
Melissa Jo Schlieve, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 25 by Clay Deputy Glenn
Wood on warrants for obtaining
property for .worthless checks
and failure to appear worthless
checks. Bond was set at $225.


' a a-3ovasquez;
Keystone Heights was a
Aug. 24 by Clay Deput
Boykin on a warrai
cultivation of marijuana
was set at S 1.503.
Chad Alan Soucier,
Keystone Heights was
Aug. 24 by Deputy Boy
a warrant for possess
marijuana with intent
and cultivation of mar
Bond was set at $1,503.
Kenneth Gainey, 1
Sanderson was arrested A
by, probation officer,
violation of probation
theft burglary. He
transported to Col
County.


Rachel Jones, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 28 by Green Cove
Springs officers for failure to
appear.
Quentin Cooper, 22, of
Melrose was arrested Aug. 28
by Clay deputies on warrants
for aggravated, assault and
improper exhibit of firearm.


Michael Darnelle Jones, 22,
of Orlando was arrested Aug. 26
by Union Deputy George Green
for failure to appear.
Leon Watkins III, 28, of Lake
Butler was arrested Aug. 23 by
Union Lt. H. M. Tomlinson on
a capias for obstruction of
justice and possession with
intent to sell cocaine and
marijuana, Bond was set at
$25,000.
Dontral Devon Goolsby, 19,
of Raiford was arrested Aug. 23
by Lt. Tomlinson for failure to
appear. He was returned to the
Department ofCorrections after,
his first appearance.


Bruce McHollan, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 22 by Hampton Sgt. A.
J. Gibson for DUI and refusing
to take a breath test. He was
released Aug. 23 after a $2,000
surety bond was posted.
Matthew Latner, 23, of Green
Cove Springs was arrested Aug.
22 by Starke Patrolman J.W.
Hooper for no motorcycle
endorsement and on a Clay
warrant for contempt of court.
Surety and cash bonds totalling
$720 were posted for his-release
from custody.
Kristy Ann Sauls, 22, of,
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 25 by Clay Deputy
Thomas Brown for DWLS.
Sauls' vehicle was stopped on
S.R. 100 for having no tag
light.
Carrie Ann Freeman, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 23 by Clay Det. R.
Smith for DWLS with
knowledge. Freeman's vehicle
was stopped kin Middleburg for
displaying a tag reported stolen
from Duval County.


Travis Brendle, 24, of Starke John J. Sheffield, 32, of
was arrested Aug. 22 by Starke was arrested Aug. 22 by
Bradford Deputy Lee Garnto on Patrolman Brown for giving
warrants for grand theft.' ,false information to law
uttering, a forged bill and .enforcement officer and habitual
violation of probation DUI. traffic offender. Sheffield was
Surety bonds totalling $1,500 b stopped for running a stop sign.
were posted .for his release from He first gave his brother's name
custody. to .police, Patrolman Brown
said. Sheffield was released
Michael Osborne, 36, of from custody Aug. 23 after a
Starke was arrested Aug. 23 by $20,000 surety bond was
Patrolman Brown on warrants posted.
' t ... ... a t


from sarasota County for
battery and. contempt of court.
He was released from custody
after cash bonds totalling $915
were paid.


Guillermo H. Hemandez, 26,
of Green Cove Springs was
arrested Aug. 25 by Patrolman
Brown for DWLS. Bond was


Traffic set at $1,000.
Jack Ohschwager, 60, of
Keystone Heights was arrested-"--Ronald Spires, 54, of
Aug. 25 by Clay Deputy Keystone Heights- was arrested
Thomas Brown for driving Aug. 22 by Clay deputies for
under the influence (DUI). DWLS and altered temporary
Ohschwager's vehicle was tag.
stopped for speeding on C.R.
315. A strong odor of alcohol Robert Nichols, 34, of Starke
was noticed by the deputy. was arrested Aug. 26 by Starke
Ohschwager failed testing and Sgt. M.D. Watson for DWLS,
was placed under 'arrest. His habitual traffic offender. He was
blood-alcohol level was .09 released from custody after a
percent. $2,500 surety bond was posted.


4,- William.Homer-ScottJr., 24,.;,., Heribehto RodrigueHJr'. 22,
arrested of Keys!tone .Heights wA'T. HGweY in te' ',' i S,'was
RB arrested Aug. 25 by Clay arrested Aug. 25 by Lawtey
r Deputy Jason Kimes for DUI, Patrolman N. Edenfield for
. Bond driving while license suspended .DWLS habitual traffic offender
or revoked (DWLS) habitual nd- fleeing eluding police
and fleeing attetimpting to elude officer.-Rodriguez fled from the
25, of police officer. Scott's vehicle officer who tried to stop him
arrested was stopped at 1U:5/ p.m. after for speeding in a school zone.
- it ran a stn si n and almost Bond was set at $5,000.


ion of
to sell'
'ijuana.

9, of
Lug. 21
s for
grand
was
lumbia


struck the patrol car, Deputy
Kiimes said. 'While Deputy
Kimes attempted to stop the
Chevrolet truck, the vehicle
swerved across the roadway,
picking up speed and traveling
into a ditch. After driving into a
wooded area the vehicle became
stuck in the sand, Deputy
Kimes said. Scott was placed
under arrest. His blood-alcohol
level was. 12 percent.


James Dalton VarHadore, 27,
of Keystone Heights' was
arrested Aug. 23 by Deputy
Cecrle for DWLS, knowingly.
Vamadore's 1992 Geo was
stopped on S.R. 100 with a tag
attached that was not assigned
to the vehicle, Deputy Cecrle
said. His license is suspended in
Florida and Virginia.


Curtis Shell, 40, of
Gainesville was arrested Aug.
23 by Jacksonville deputies on
a Bradford warrant for failure to
appear violation of probation
DWLS. Bond was set at
$5,000.
James Belflower, 33, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 24 by
Deputy Watkins for failure to
appear DWLS. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Charles Rathel, 40, of
Jacksonville was arrested Aug.
21 by Deputy Williams for
failure to appear violation of
probation resisting arrest
without violence and no valid
driver's license. Bond was set at
$4,000.

SPD plans DUI
checkpoints
The Starke Police Department
will be conducting driving
under the influence (DUI)
checkpoints and/or saturation
patrols between Aug. 18 and
Sept. 4 on S.R. 100, S.R. 16
and U.S. 301 as part of the
Labor Day National
Enforcement Crackdown.'
The goal of the campaign is
to save lives through the use of
high visibility DUI


enforcement operations. The
theme is, "Drunk Driving, Over
the Limit, Under Arrest."
Florida crasHl statistics for
2005 indicated that 1,240
people were killed in alcohol-
related traffic crashes. This is a
13.4-percent increase over
2004.
"You are encouraged to act
responsibly during the Labor
Day holiday," Lt. Barry Warren
said. "If you plan to drink,
arrange to use a designated
driver, public transportation or
a taxi. Remember, if your
breath-alconoi level is over me
limit, you will be under arrest."


DUI safety
checkpoint
set for
Sept. 1
Deputies from the Bradford.
County Sheriffs Department
will be conducting a driving
under the influence (DUI) safety
checkpoint on S.R. 100 west of
Starke on Sept. 1 from 9 p.m.
until 2 a.m.
The purpose of the activity is
to detect and apprehend people
who are under the influence of
alcoholic beverages and/or
drugs.
The activity also coincides
with the 2006 campaign, "You
Drink, You Drive, You Lose."


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Doc (left) and
Kobi peek out
from their
stalls at
Euphoria
Stables.


Meridith Babnick is pictured with Mea, a 10-year-old spotted draft horse. Mea is a
rescue horse, having previously been utilized in the making of the menopausal
drug Premarin, which is made from the urine of pregnant mares. "They have a
catheter up them for about five or six months every year," Babnick said. "All their
job is is to stand in concrete in their own manure and produce urine for this


drug."


HORSES
Continued from p. 1B
the horn would get in the way
because the rider has to lean
forward). An English rider
controls the horse with his or
her legs and movements in the
saddle.
It's a slower training
process, but Babnick said it
allows riders to fully
understand their horses.
"They do have a language,"
she said. "After you do learn it,
it's just such an amazing
feeling to be able to
communicate like that and
have them understand and, in
the end, be able to ride
beautiful horses."
Babnick went from training
her own horse to training other,
people's horses. That came
about because people who
were getting bucked off their
horses remembered her getting
bucked off of hers.
."I started riding their horses
a couple of times, then
teaching them how I did it and" .
stayed on," she said.
Babnick said it takes a year
to train horses fully,, but she
will work with other people's
horses for just a month or two,
letting the owners then
complete the training.
Besides training horses,
Babnick breeds them, starting
first with thoroughbreds.
She had a thoroughbred
mare that used to be used for
racing. Track horses are
worked hard at a very young
age, so they don't stay healthy
for very long, Babnick said.
That was the case with her
thoroughbred, which had
severe arthritis.
"We decided to breed her,"
Babnick said. "When we
decided to breed her, we
thought, 'Well, you can't
really have a breeding program
with one horse,' so we bought
two more brood mares off the
track and bred all three."
Babnick is going to stop
breeding thoroughbreds,
though, because she said she
can't stand taking them to
auctions and imagining what
will happen to them because of
the racing industry.
"Their life as a race horse is
really hard, and I don't feel
enough room to roam. Babnick
and her husband moved from


Compassionate
Friends are
there
!Every day you should hug
your.children and give thanks
that they are a part of your life.
This advice comes from people
wiho know best' what is
irrepla.ceable-a unique
organization called The
Compassionate Friends.
jEach year more than
218,000 ,children and young
adults die in the United States.
This is every parent's worst
nightmare. The Compassionate
Friends is a mutual assistance,'
Nonprofit t, self-help
organization that *offers,
support and understanding to
fa~mi i es who have experienced
thWe death of a child. It is open
to, anyone who has lost a child,
aitd there is no charge or fees.,
If you or someone you know
has lost a child, simply call
Alice Watts at (352) 473-7162,
e~t. 42, and leave a message.
|The Compassionate Friends
support .group meets on the
* fi .st Monday of each month at
7 p.m. behind Trinity Baptist
: Church in the Potters' house.
, Trinity Baptist is located on
S.R: 21' in Keystone Heights.


four acres in New Hampshire
to 40 acres in- Bradford
County.
"Here, they have all the
grass they want," Babnick
said. "It's a very happy place."
Horses are not the only one
experiencing happiness there.
Thirteen girls, ranging in age
from 4-14, now don't have to
face a drive to Ocala to
participate in one of this
country's pony clubs:
Babnick's place is the home of
the new Alligator Creek Pony
Club, which meets twice a
month.
The club came about
because three girls who were
taking lessons from Babnick
were members of the pony
club in Ocala. Rebecca


Bennett, a 12-year-old
Bradford Middle ,School
student, used to attend the
Ocala pony club. She said it
was hard to keep up with her
school work and other
responsibilities while traveling
to Ocala for meetings.
Now, she does not have far
to go and she has a place
where she can'ride a horse
about as often as she would
like.
"Here, I can come and ride
any time Miss Meridith allows
me to," Bennett said.
Bennett's parents bought her
a thoroughbred, which will
soon be trained by Babnick.
Babnick, however, will not
do so alone.
"She's coming here a couple


Misfit, a 7-year-old thoroughbred, had a broken leg when Meridith Babnick bought
her. The former race horse is healing and has only a slight limp.


of days a week after school to
help me with the whole
process, by her choice,"
Babnick said of Bennett. "I
really appreciate when people
do that, but I don't require it."
Babnick gets a joy out of


working with young people
and helping them learn more
about horses. After all, she did
not get that'chance as a child.
"It is so rewarding,"
Babnick said.
If you would like more


NOTICE OF ZONING CHAN


The City Commission of the City of Starke,
Florida proposes to amend the Zoning Map
of the City of Starke Land Development
Code, hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Code, as shown in the
following maps, as follows:
,:(1:) Z 06-2, an application by Christopher J.
Durban, to amend the Zoning Map of the
Land Development Code by changing the
zoning district on certain lands, from
RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM
DENSITY (R-1C) to COMMUNITY
COMMERCIAL (B-2) property described, as
follows:
A -parcel of land lying within Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford
County, Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Lots 14, 15 and 16,
Block 3, City Park. Subdivision of Weatherly
and Carman's Addition to Town of Starke, as
recorded in the POblic Records of Bradford
County, Florida.
Containing .46 acre, more or less.'
(2) Z 06-3, an application by Harvest
Christian Church, to amend the Zoning Map
of the Land Development Code by changing
the zoning district on certain lands, from
MOBILE HOME PARK (RM-2) to MULTI-
FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (R-2A) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 28, Township
6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southwest corner
of the Southwest 1/4.of the Southeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28; thence
South 89031'20" East, along the Northerly
boundary line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast' 1/4 of said
Section 28, a distance of 129.68 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence North 01038'05"
West 257.97 feet; thence North 87023'31 "
West 231.59 feet to the Easterly right-of-way
line of Short Street; thence North 18005'40"'
East, along the Easterly right-of-way line of
Short Street, 389.86 feet to the Southerly
right-of-way line of Thomas Street; thence
.North 89o45'18" East, along the Southerly
right-of-way line of Thomas Street, 502.30
feet; thence South 00012'15" West 121.01
feet; thence South 89046'54" East, 102.08
feet to the Easterly boundary line of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28; thence
South 00'40'30" East, along the Easterly
boundary of the Southwest,1/4 of Southeast'
1/4 of Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28, a
distance of 523.70 feet; thence North
8931'20" West, along the Southerly
boundary line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Section 28, a distance of 492.45 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
AND
A parcel of land- lying in Section 28, Township
6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford County,
'Florida. Being more particularly described, as
follows: That portion of the Northeast 1/4 of
the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 28 lying


North of Alligator Canal.
AND
A parcel of land lying in Section 28, Township
6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly described, as
follows: The West 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of
the Southeast'1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Sec-tion.28, less and except the,West-66.Q0
feet and the East 90.00 feet thereof.
LESS AND EXCEPT
A parcel of land lying in Section 28, Township
6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southwest corner
of the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28; thence
South .89031'20' East, along the Southerly
boundary line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Section 28, a distance of 129.68 feet; thence
North 0138'05" West 257.97 feet; thence
North 87o23'31" West 231.59 feet to the
Easterly right-of-way line of Short Street;
thence North 18005'40", East, along the
Easterly right-of-way line of Short Street,
259.14 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
North 18005'40" East, along the Easterly
right-of-way line of Short Street, 130.54 feet
to the Southeasterly intersection of the right-
of-way lines of Short Street and Thomas
Street; thence North 89045'18" East, along
the Southerly right-of-way line of Thomas
Street, 91.49 feet; thence South 00o54'06"
East 121.89.feet; thence South 88053'13"
West 133.98 feet to the Point of Beginning.
All said lands containing 19.87 acres, more
or less.
The first of two public hearings concerning
the amendments will be held on September
12, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Commission
Meeting Room, City Hall located at 209 North.
Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. 'The titles
of said ordinances read, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-0488
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE; RELATING
TO THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY THE
PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE;
PROVIDING FOR REZONING FROM
RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM
DENSITY (R-1C) TO COMMUNITY
COMMERCIAL (B-2) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND'
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. ,2006-0489
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
LAND' DEVELOPMENT CODE; RELATING
TO THE REZONING OF MORE THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY THE


information about the Alligator
Creek Pony Club (which is
open to boys and 'girls up
through the age of 21),
Euphoria Stables or the
services Babnick provides,
please call (904) 964-2325.


GE
PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE;
PROVIDING FOR REZONING FROM
MOBILE HOME PARK (RM-2) TO MULTI-
FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (R-2A) OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN'THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA;
'PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING-
ALL. ORDINANCES. IN -CONFLICT AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Section 28, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.


A PORTION"OF THE CITY OF STARKE--
A portion of Section 28, Township 6 South,'-.
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.


The public hearings 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 hearings
shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notice
concerning the matters will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all
interested parties may appear to be-heard
with respect to the amendments on the date,
time and place as stated above.
Copies of the amendments are available for
public inspection at the Bradford County-City
of Starke Zoning Department located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to
appeal any decision made at the above
referenced public hearings, they will need a
record of the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that a.
verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and.
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.






Aug. 31, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 9B


Starke woman recounts eventful, emotional life in book


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jesus loves me! This I know,
for the Bible tells me so.
Starke resident Rosemary
"Shoney" Rodriguez grew up
singing this in church, and she
always knew Jesus loved her,
but she wasn't really sure what
love was.
She never heard the word at
home. She never heard the
word when she was put in the
Manzanar War Relocation
Center, "one of 10 camps
where Japanese American
citizens, and resident Japanese
aliens were interned during
World War II," according to
the Manzanar historic Web
site.
Rodriguez will retire from
her job in medical records at
Bradford Terrace nursing
home in January, but her life
story has not been a short or
uneventful one.
She' tells of her journey in a
book she had published in July
about her life, taking people
from her abandonment as a
child to knowing God's love
today.
Starting on a Brother
typewriter and eventually
moving to a computer,
Rodriguez took four years to
--write her book, "The Stolen
Yearss"
She described this period as


Shoney Rodriguez poses next to her book
"The Stolen Years" in her office at Bradford
Terrace in Starke. Next to her book are
pictures of her children and grandchildren,
who were the first ones to receive her book.


a "very emotional four years"
where tears would fall onto her
keyboard when she' was
typing.
"I wrote the book from my
heart," she said. "I want my
book to be inspirational and to
help others, and it already
has."
Residents, their families and
coworkers all ask Rodriguez
for advice, and she has plenty
of it to give. One man even
found his children after
Rodriguez's advice.
"I just love people," she
said, but this love did not come
naturally.

A childhood full
of pain, not love
Rodriguez was born to a
Japanese father and a mother
of Spanish, Indian and German
descent in 1941 in California.
The next year during World
War II, anyone of Japanese
descent was sent to military-
style camps. Rodriguez was
supposed to stay with her
mother because she and her
sister, Shirley Ann Kawata
(Rodriguez's maiden name)
could pass for Spanish, while
her dad went to the camp.
Eventually, Rodriguez was
abandoned by her mother at


After being
released from
camp
Manzanar,
Rosemary .
Rodriguez ,
(Kawata, at the
time) went to
father in
Cozad,
Nebraska.
Here she is .
shown in.
January 1947
when she was
almost 6 years
old.





camp Manzanar, the only
camp with an orphanage.
There she was rarely held,
and no one told her and her
sister they were loved.


After the war, she was sent
to live in Nebraska with her
dad who was remarried. Her
See BOOK, p. 10B


NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT TO
THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN


In 4,s Rosemary Rodriguez (left) and her
Cozad, Nebraska.


NOTICE OF ZO
The City Commission of the City of
Starke, Florida proposes to amend the
text of the City of Starke Land
Development Code, hereinafter referred
to as the Land Development Code, as
shown on the map below, as follows:
(1) LDC 06-3, an application by the City
Commission, to amend the text of the
Land Development Code by amending
Section 6-3, entitled Location of parking
facilities, amends the Land Development
Code to provide for off-site parking
standards associated with residential
uses located in Community Commercial
(B-2) zoning districts.
(2) LDC 06-4, an application by the City,
Commission, to amend the text of the
Land Development Code by amending
Section 1-12, entitled, Definitions,
amends the Land Development Code to
modify the definition of recreational
vehicle by adding park model trailers,
van conversions and fifth wheel trailers
to the definition.
CITY OF STARKE


public hearings concerning the
amendments will be held by the City
Commission to consider the enactment,
of ordinances to adopt the amendments'
on September 12, 2006 at 7:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in the City Commission Meeting
Room, City Hall located at 209 North
Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. The
titles of said ordinances read, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-0486
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
TEXT OF THE CITY OF STARKE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE; RELATING TO
AN AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF
THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, BY


NING CHANGE'
THE CITY COMMISSION; AMENDING
SECTION 6-3, ENTITLED LOCATION
OF PARKING FACILITIES, BY
PROVIDING FOR OFF-SITE PARKING
STANDARDS ASSOCIATED WITH
RESIDENTIAL USES LOCATED IN,
COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (B-2)
ZONING DISTRICTS; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN -CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-0487
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
TEXT OF THE CITY OF STARKE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE; RELATING TO
AN AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF
THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,; BY
THE CITY COMMISSION; AMENDING
A PORTION OF SECTION 1-12,
ENTITLED, DEFINITIONS, BY
REVISING THE DEFINITION OF
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TO ADD
PARK MODEL TRAILERS, VAN
CONVERSIONS AND FIFTH WHEEL
TRAILERS; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearings 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 hearings shall be announced
during the public hearings -and that no
further notice concerning the matters will
be published.
At the aforementioned public hearings,
all interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the amendments
on the date, time and place as stated
above.
Copies of the amendments are available
for public inspection at the Bradford
County-City of Starke Zoning
Department located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, North Wing, Starke, Florida,
during regular business hours.
All persons are 'advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made at
the above referenced public hearings,
they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.


BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA, SERVING I
AS THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY I
OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161 through
163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended,
objections, recommendations and
comments concerning an amendment,
as described below, will be heard by the
City Commission of tihe City of Starke,
Florida, serving as the Local Planning
Agency of the City of Starke, Florida, at
a public hearing on September 12, 2006
at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter ,can be heard, in the City
,CoQmm.s ioD Meeting '.:Room, ,City Hall,
Ibct'ebd'at 209 North'ThbhitsonrStreet,
Starke, Florida.
R 060623 A, an application by Big River,
Developers, LLC, to amend the. Future
Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan' to change the
future land use classification from"
AGRICULTURE (less than or equal to 1
dwelling unit per 5 acres) to
RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (3 to
8 dwelling units per acre) on property'
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Sections 20 and
21, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described; as follows: Begin
at the Northwest corner of the Northeast
1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section;
20; therice North 8824'28" East, along
the North line-of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20, a
distance of 303.99 feet; thence North
8625'35" East, along the North line of
the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
said Section 20, a distance of 813.93
feet, to the Southerly right-of-way line of
Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road),
also being a point on a curve concave
Northerly and. having a radius of 399.63
feet and a central angle of 15018'44,"
and being subtended by a chord having
a bearing of South 68042'46" East, and
a chord length of 106.48 feet; thence
Easterly, along the arc of said curve an
arc distance of 106.80 feet to a point on
the East line of said Section 20; thence
South 01 44'07", East, along the East
line of said Section 20, a distance of
291.46 feet; thence North 88029'01"'
East 330.01 feet; thence North
0144'16" .West 283.42 feet, to the
Southerly right-of-way line of said
Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road);
thence North 87014'29" East, along the
Southerly right-of-line of said Northwest
173rd Street (Market Road) a distance
of 766.76 feet to a bend in the South
right-of-way line of said Northwest 173rd
Street (Market Road); thence North
87046'20" East along said Southerly
right-of-way line of said Northwest 173rd
Street (Market Road) a distance of
214.13 feet, to the East line of the West
1/2 of the Northwest-1/4 of said Section
21; thence South 0025'14" East, along
the East line of the West 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21, a
distance of 2,078.64 feet; thence South
88036'06" West 239.12 feet; thence
South 00026'00" East 545.73 feet to the
South line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21; thence


South 88 039'54" West, along the South *
line of the Southwest 1/4 'of the 2
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21 a ,
distance of 1,011.81 feet, to the '
Southwest corner of the Southwest 1/4 i:
of the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21; 4
thence North 01 O43'22" West, along the,
West line of said Sectiop 21, a distance
of 1,326.79 feet, to the Northwest corner -
of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest
1/4 of said Section 21; thence South ir;
87052'57" West, along the South line of 'd
the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4,
of Section 20, a distance of 626.09 feet ^
to the Southeast corner of the' West 1./2
of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4
of said Section 20; thence North 00 O
53'57" West,-along the East line of the ,;
West 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of the i
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20 a
distance of 100.00 feet; thence South
87652'57" West 164.90 feet; thence a
North 2135'16" West 682.69 feet; -
thence South 84o50'21", West 208.86 n
feet, to the Easterly right-of-way of State s
Road 16 and the West line of the w
Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4, of
said Section 20; thence North 000 11'12" '
West, along said West line of the. ,
Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of 3a
said Section,20, a distance of 563.84
feet, to the Point of Beginning. -
Containing 102.35 acres, more or less. .
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE ,
A portion of Sections 20 and 21,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, .'
Bradford County, Florida.







"a



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 J
public hearing shall be announced
during the public hearing and that no -
further notice concerning the matter will .'
be published, unless said continuation ,
exceeds six calendar weeks from the -i
date of the above referenced public o
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing, alL,.
interested parties may appear to bet,
heard with respect to the amendment. T
Copies of the amendment are available in
for public inspection at the Bradford' '
County-City of Starke Zoning
Department located at 945 North Temple,
Avenue, North Wing, Starke, Florida,,,t
during regular business hours., A
All persons are advised that if they .
decide to appeal any decisions made at,
the above referenced public hearing,,,
they will need a record of the, '
proceedings, and that for such purpose
they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made,&
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be ,
based.


:






Page 10B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Aug. 31- 2006


Shown above is the cover of "The Stolen
Years" by Starke resident Rosemary "Shoney"
Rodriguez. It was published in July.


BOOK
Continued from p. 9B

mother had filed for divorce
and was no longer in the
picture.
Rodriguez described in her
book how she and her sister
had to endure painful torture
by her stepmother: being tied
to a bed, burnt with a hot iron
and being told they were
cursed.
"I think God was with me
and my sister because we
didn't have anyone looking out
for us," she said.
Her stepmother would send
them to church just to get rid
of them.
"When I was little, we
would have to go to Sunday
school," she said. This is
where she, learned,about God,
'and the song, "Jesus Loves"
;M e", :
"You don't know what it
(love) means," Rodriguez said.
"You never heard it as a kid."

The teenage years
After moving back to
California with her family,
Rodriguez still endured more
hard years.
She never received
Christmas or birthday gifts and
felt unloved.
She worked for long hours
in the field with her dad,, a
strawberry farmer.
"My daddy was a number
'one green thumb farmer," she
. said.
She thinks her father did not
know how to deal with the
abuse by her stepmother and
didn't think it was his place to
intervene.
i Rodriguez and her sister
were being abused, but she
said there were no laws against
it at the time. She and her
sister both ran away from
home at separate times.
Throughout the years, she
bounced from foster home to
foster home. They never
worked out. She. got into
trouble and ,vas even raped.
She went to juvenile hall.
She reunited with her mom
who had remarried and had
other .children. Rodriguez's'
mom eventually said the
situation was not, going to
work out. After age 13, she
never saw her mom again.

Her first born
Rodrigu,ez did not have a
good example of what a
mother %%as supposed to be and
became a mother in 1959 at
age 18; She had no assistance
from her family.


"I raised myself," she said.
She raised the child on her
own because of the domestic
violence she had experience at
the hand of her boyfriend.
There were no laws against
that either.
SThe place she was living at
the time was being sold, and
she moved around trying to
find a place to live. She was,
kicked out of places for being
Spanish.
Her baby was taken away
from her when she left it with
a babysitter one day to look for
a place to live. The court
officials told her she could get
her child back if she found a
stable, male role model in its
life.

Her three sons
Rodriguez married, and her
husband was her. hope for a
stable figure' in her daught t'~ :
-life.: -y ," ; '- -,.
However, the records were
sealed, and she couldn't get
her daughter back. Her
daughter had been adopted.
When Rodriguez and her
husband were married, she had
great hopes for their future. He
played in major pool
tournaments to make a living.
Together, they had three sons.
Around then, she regained
contact with her sister, 'who
began to live with them. One
day, Rodriguez found her
-sister, putting drugs in her
children's dresser drawers.
"She was.just as lost as I
was," Rodriguez said.,
The sister ran.out, and to this
day, Rodriguez has not seen
her again.
"I'm hoping my book will
lead to my sister," Rodriguez
said. .
Internet and other searches
have turned up little or no
information on her sister,
Shirley Ann Kawata (last name
, was Tober at one point).
Rodriguez's marriage fell
apart. Her husband abused her
and had an .affair.
"I did the best I could to
keep my kids safe," she said.
Then, her i husband
kidnapped the children by
gunpoint from the babysitter
and ran off. Rodriguez's three
sons were Mario, 5, Johnny, 3,
and David, 15 months, at the,
time of the kidnapping.
"I got the call at work," she
said. "I went ballistic."
She got a divorce and went
on a search for her children to.
steal them back.

23 years apart
"I used to say Smith and
Wesson were my best friends,"
Rodriguez said because she


J ... '





This is what Rodriguez's sister, Shirley Ann,
looked like when she was a child. On the left is
a photo from 1951 and from 1953 on the right.


carried a gun' with her while
she searched for her sons. She
intended to find her ex-
husband and kill him.
"I had a bullet, and it had his
name on it," she said.
She followed her ex-
husband's trail at major pool
tournaments.
Through broken cars, only
being able to afford a bicycle
as transportation and jobs here
and there, Rodriguez went to a
half dozen states looking for
her children.
The FBI told her only stolen
cars could be investigated, not
stolen children. The California
police would not even let her
put flyers up of her missing
children.
Private investigators she
hired ripped her off, but the
trail led finally to Florida.
After searching for 11 years,
Rodriguez knew if she ever did
get her children back, she
needed a home for them.
With her second husband,
they bought what she describes
as a "nice little property" in
Starke, where she still lives
today.
Through the years,
Rodriguez "got desperate" as
she began having health
problems.
"I told the Lord, 'Let me
find my kids first, and then
you can have me.'"
Because she missed so much
time with her children,
Rodriguez said she put God in,
her life so if she did find her'
children they would be' proud
of her.
"I had a lot of miracles
happen to me," she said.
An advocacy group in. New.


BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, SERVING AS THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant
the City of Starke Land Development Code,
hereinafter referred to as the Land Development Code,
and Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida
Statutes, as amended, objections, recommendations
and comments concerning amendments, as described
below, will be heard by the City Commission of the City
of Starke Florida, serving as the Local Planning
Agency of the City .qf $tatE:c1Flrida, hereinafter.
referred ttoas'the- O.'pommisiorrtserving' s"-as
Local Plahning 'Agency, at a public hearing on
September 12, 2006 at..6:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matters can be heard, in the City
Commission Meeting Room, City Hall located at 209
North Thompson Street, Starke, Florida.
(1) Z 06-2, an application by Christopher J. Durban,
to amend the Zoning Map of the Land Development
Code from RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM
DENSITY (R-IC) to COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (B-
2) on the property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section 28, Township 6
South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as follows: Lots .14, 15
and 16, Block 3, City Park Subdivision of Weatherly
and Carman's Addition to Town of Starke, as recorded
in the Public Records of Bradford County, Florida.
Containing .46 acre, more or less.
(2) Z 06-3, an application by Harvest Christian
Church, to amend the Zoning Map of the Land
Development Code from. MOBILE HOME ..PARK (RM-
2) to MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (R-2A) on the
property described, as, follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 28, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.. Being more
particularly described, as follows: Commence at the
Southwest corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28;
thence South 89031'20" East, along the Northerly
boundary line of the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast
1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28, a distance
of 129.68 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence North
01 o38'05" West 257.97ifeeft; thence North 87023'31 "
West 231.59 feet to the Easterly right-of-way line of
Short Street; thence North 18005'40" East, along the
Easterly right-of-way line of Short Street, 389.86 feet
to the Southerly 'right-of-way line of Thomas Street;
thence North 89045'18 East, along the Southerly
right-of-way line of Thomas Street, 502.30 feet; thence
South 00012'15" West 121.01 feet; thence South
89046'54" East, 102.08 feet to the Easterly boundary
line of the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28; thence South
00'40'30" East, along the Easterly boundary of the
Southwest 1/4 of Southeast 1/4 of Northeast 1/4 of
said Section 28, a distance of 523.70 feet; thence
North 89931'20" West, along the Southerly boundary
line of the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28, a distance of 492.45
feet to the Point of Beginning,
AND
A parcel of land lying in Section 28, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: That portion of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 28
lying North of Alligator Canal.
AND
A parcel of land lying in Section, 28, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: The West 1/2 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4
of said Section 28, less and except the West 66.00
feet and the East 90.00 feet thereof.


Mexico eventually found her
children in 1994, when the
reunion with her children first
appeared in the Telegraph.
Johnny and David lived in
Texas. Her son, Mario, had
died and lived there, too.

Reuniting with
her sons
"(The Lord) told me 1994
was going to be my year."
It was that year when she
got a phone call from her son,
and for the first time in 23
years, she heard the word,
"mom."
Her kids were raised in
gangs and abused by their
father, but she said she does
not hold hate in her heart.
"Hate," Rodriguez said.
"That word is taboo for me.
You have to forgive to go on
in life."
Even though she wanted to
kill her ex-husband, she said,
"God stopped me." If she had
killed him, she said her
children would never have
forgiven her because he was
the only parent they had
growing up.
On Sept. 9, 1994, they had a
reunion in Texas. She even got
to visit the grave of her oldest
son, who she had not seen
since he was 5 years old.
All of these things fell into
place for Rodriguez when she
put God first in her life, she
said.
"When you feel no one cares
about you ... you have a
friend, and his name is Jesus,"
she said.
"I don't question God, 'Why
did it take 23 years?'" she said.


"He chose my path, and I
followed it."

Writing 'about her
journey
Rodriguez said she first


started writing a book because
her aunt "Toki" encouraged.
her to tell her life story.
She said part of her life is:
American history (the
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A parcel of land lying in Section 28, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: Commence at the
Southwest corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28;
thence South 89031'20" East, along the Southerly
boundary line of the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 28, a distance of
129.68 feet; thence North 01 38'05" West 257.97 feet;
thence North 87o23'31" West, 231.59 feet to the
Easterly right-of-way-line of Short Street; thence.North
18005'40" East; along the Easterly right-of-way line of
Short Street, 259.14 feet to the Point of Beginning;
thence North 1805'40" East, along the Easterly right-
of-way line of Short Street, 130.54 feet to the
Southeasterly intersection of the right-of-way lines of
Short Street and Thomas Street; thence North
89045'18" East, along the Southerly right-of-way line of
Thomas Street, 91.49 feet; thence South 00054'06"
East 121.89 feet; thence South 88.53'13" West 133.98
feet to the Point of Beginning.
All said lands containing 19.87 acres, more or less.
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Section 28, Township 6 South,-Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.

SZ06-2 _0


A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Section 28, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida


The public hearings 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 hearings shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notice concerning the
matters will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested
parties may appear to be heard with respect to the
amendments.
Copies of the amendments are available for public
inspection at the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning Department located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Courthouse 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
hearings, they will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS TO AMEND THE
ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE


Shoney Rodriguez (center) didn't want to let
go of her sons, Johnny (left) and David (right,
with his child), in 1994 when she reunited with
them for the first time in 23 years.


i.-






Aug J TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MOriTOR--B-SECTION Page 11B


SHONEY
Continued from p. 10B

Japanese war camps), and she
.wanted her children and
grandchildren to know exactly
what she had been through.
"Everyone needs to write a
story, even if they didn't have
Sa life like me," she said. "This
is history to be passed from
generation to generation."
"The Stolen Years" gives
people more than just a history
of her life.
"They can gain spiritually,"
she said. "All these people
now need to. realize other
women had to endure. I had to
endure all this to have laws
changed."
Children can also learn the
importance of the things they
have, she said.

"I'm not trying to make
money," Rodriguez said.
"I promised Godc the first
royalties (from her book). I've
kept my word:'"
).T 'i. -


I STARKE
811 S. Walnut St.
904-964-7830


Rosemary
"Shoney
Rodriguez
braves a cold
winter in
1947, as
shown in this
old family
photograph
she received
after reuniting
with her aunts,
cousins and
other family
members in
1990. She
found many of
them online.









Her life today
A self-described "feisty"
person, Rodriguez enjoys
working at Bradford Terrace
nursing home in the medical
records department.
"I think God put me here for
a reason,"'she said. "People
here (Starke) are caring.
They're generous. I don't see a
lot of bad."
Besides her records job, she
said she talks to the residents
and even does karaoke with
them.
"It brings so much joy in
people," she said of the singing
she calls "senior idol." "I want.
to give back all the blessings
God gave me."
Rodriguez will retire from
the health care field in January,
after working in home health
care, hospitals and at Bradford
Terrace for approximately
three years.
"I feel I've been blessed,"
she said. "My prayers didn't
get answered right away, but
they got answered."
She has no regrets about her
life because in the endit all


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turned out well.
"I could have been the
biggest drug addict and
alcoholic, and no one would
have blamed me. You don't
give up."
When times got tough,
Rodriguez said she would pray
because it was the only thing
left for her to do.
"There's going to be bumps
in the road, but stay on the
path," she said.
When asked about how she
overcame the things in her
past, Rodriguez said she tried
therapy, but her therapist
always seemed really uncaring.
"I talk to God," she said.
"He's my therapist."
"He can turn it around and
put you on the right road."
Currently, one of
Rodriguez's sons lives in
Texas, and the other lives in
Starke. Her adult daughter
even found her after many
years.
Newspapers and television
stations in Florida and Texas
have covered her story. Her
friends are even e-mailing
Oprah trying to get her on
Television.
"I didn't expect for my story
to go to the media," Rodriguez
said.
Her main goal now is to find
her sister. ..
"(Media attention) would
help me find my sister faster,"
she said. "I think I'm going to
be able to find her."
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Rodriguez keeps the above newspaper clipping, as well as others, to
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from a flyer she tried to post in California but was not allowed to put up.


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for "The Stolen Years" by
Rosemary "Shoney"


Rodriguez. It is available
through other online book
dealers, as well.


To find the book locally, see
Rodriguez at Bradford Terrace
nursing home.


The City Commission of the City of
Starke, Florida proposes to change the
use of land within the area shown on the
map below, by amending the 'Future
Land Use Plan Map of the City of Starke
Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter
referred to as the Comprehensive Plan,
as follows:
(1 ) R 060623 A, an application by Big
River Developers, LLC, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan to change the
future land use classification from
AGRICULTURE (less than or equal to I
dwelling unit per 5 acres) to
RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (3 to
8 dwelling units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Sections 20 and
21, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: Begin.
at the North\vest corner of the Northeast
1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section
20; thence North 88024'28" East, along
the North line of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20, a
distance of 303.99 feet; thence North
86125'35" East, along the North line of
the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
said Section 20, a distance of 813.93
feet, otheeo.uthqrJy rjight-of-way line of
Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road),
also being a point on a curve concave
Northerly and having a radius of 399.63
feet and a central-angle of 1518'44"
and being subtended by a chord having
a bearing of South 68042'46" East, and
a chord length of 106.48 feet; thence
Easterly, along the arc of said curve an
arc distance of 106.80 feet to a point on
the East line of said Section 20; thence
South 01 44'07" East, along the East
line of said Section 20, a distance of
291.46 feet; thence North 8829'01"
East 330.01 feet; thence North
0144'16" West 283.42 feet, to the
Southerly right-of-way line of said
Northwest 173rd Street (Market Road);
thence North 87014'29" East,'along the
Southerly right-of-way of said Northwest
173rd Street (Market Road) a distance
of 766.76 feet to a bend in the South
right-of-way line of said Northwest 173rd
Street (Market Road); thence North
87046'206" East along said Southerly
right-of-way line of said Northwest 173rd
Street (Market Road) a distance of
214.13 feet, to the East line of the West
1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of said Section
21; thence South 0025'14" East, along
the East line of the West 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21, a
distance of 2,078.64 feet; thence South
88036'06" West 239.12 feet; thence
South 00026'00" East 545.73 feet to the
South line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Northwest 1/4 of Said Section 21;thence
South 88039'54"West,along the South
line of the. Southwest 1/4 of the,
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21 a
distance of 1,011.81 feet, to the
Southwest corner of the Southwest 1/4
of the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21;
thence North 01 43'22" West, along the
West line of said Section 21, a distance
of 1,326.79 feet, to the Northwest corner
of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest
1/4 of said Section 21; thence South
87052'57" West, along the South line of
the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4,
of Section 20, a distance of 626.89 feet
to.the Southeast corner of the West 1/2
of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4
of said Section 20; thence North
00953'57'' West, along the East line of
.the West 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20 a
distance of 100.00 feet; thence South
87052'57" West 164.90 feet; thence
North 2135'16" West .682.69 feet;
thence South 8450'21" West 208.86
feet, to the Easterly right-of-way of State
Road 16 and the West line of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of


said Section 20; thence North 0011'12"
West, along said West line of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
said Section 20, a distance of 563.84
feet, to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 102.35 acres, mole or less.
The first of 'two public hearings
concerning the amendment and the
ordinance adopting the amendment will
be held on September 12, 2006 at 7:00
p.m. in the City Commission Meeting
Room, City Hall located at 209 North
Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. The
title of said ordinance reads, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-0490
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION OF MORE THAN
TEN ACRES OF LAND ON THE
FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF
THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION BY THE CITY
COMMISSION, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161
THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED;
PROVIDING FOR.A CHANGE IN THE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM
AGRICULTURE (LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT PER 5
ACRES) TO RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM
DENSITY (3 TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Sections 20 and 21,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida


The public hearing is being conducted
by the City Commission to consider
transmittal of the amendment to the
Florida Department of Community
Affairs.
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 be announced
during the public hearing and that no
further notice concerning the matter will
be published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the amendment.
Copies of the amendment are available
for public inspection at the Bradford
County-City of Starke Zoning
Department located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, North Wing, Starke, Florida,
during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they,
decide to appeal any decisions made at
the above referenced public hearing,
they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that for such purpose
they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of'the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.


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American Red Cross gives hurricane preparedness tips


If you haven't noticed, it's
hurricane season.
The American Red Cross
wants to make sure you know
where your family will be ,if
disaster strikes.
Where will your family be?
They could be at work, school
or in the car. How will you
find each other? Will you know
if your children are safe?
The best answer to these
questions is to plan, prepare
and practice.
Devise a. plan. All the
steps you and your family will
need to take to prepare for a
severe weather emergency that
may require evacuation.
Decide to evacuate or stay
secure at home. If you live
along the coast or in a mobile
home park, you will most
likely evacuate in the event of
a hurricane. Identify ahead of
time where you will go,
choosing several places, such
as a friend's home in another
city, a motel or a shelter. Keep
the telephone numbers of these
places handy, as well as a road
map. You might need to take
alternative or unfamiliar routes
if major roads are closed or
clogged.
Find a secure interior
location in your home. If you
decide not to evacuate, identify
ahn interior, first-floor room
with no windows, such as a
bathroom or a closet, This will
protect your family from severe.
wihds.
Get information about
shelters. Find out where
shelters are in your area and
learn their locations.
Prepare for pets. Find out
which shelters accept pets.
Learn evacuation routes and
practice them. Be sure to make
allowances for traffic and decide
how long it will take to get to
your final destination.
Plan for senior citizens and
people with special needs. Hell
relatives and neighbors who are
older or have special needs plan
what they will do in the event
of disaster. Their situations are
unique and may require special
transportation and sheltering.
You can also help them
register with JEA so their
-utilities are flagged for priority
restoration after the storm.
Check disaster plans fot
work and school. Ask youi
:workplace and your children's
school if they.have a disaster
plan and if you can read it.
Find out if you are an essential
employee at work and whale
your responsibilities will be.
Check insurance coverage
for flood and wind damages.
Inventory household items



Baker Co. to

host wildlife
management
,workshop
The Northeast Florida Beef
.-:and Forage Group, and the
.:Baker Soil and Water
Conservation District would
like to invite those.interested
..,to a wildlife management
workshop on Thursday, Sept.
,;.7.,, at the Baker County
Agricultural Center.
The program, which. is free,
:.begins at 5:30 p.m. and will
adjourn at approximately 8
..p.m.. It will provide an update
-on the latest recommendations
for managing wildlife on your
property. In addition,
information will be provided
on.resources and services that
.can benefit a: wildlife habitat.
. Farm .Credit of -North
Florida will provide snacks
and refreshments. Local
:sponsors will have door prizes
at the end of the program.
.: Topics will include; Food
,plot establishment methods,
forage varieties, for food plots,
what deer tell us .they prefer,
|improving wildlife habitats,
cost share opportunities, arid a
landowner perspective on
wildlife management.
SIndividuals from the Florida
.Fish and Wildlife
"Conservation Commission,
NRCS and local extension
offices will be presenting and
available for questions;
STo register, please call the
'Baker County Extension


.Office at (904) 259-3520 by
Tuesday, Sept. 5, to allow
planning for refreshments and
handouts.


with photographs. This helps
when filing insurance claims.
Videotape is another option,
but insurance companies prefer
photographs.


Assemble a disaster supply
kit. For specific details on
what to put in this large,
watertight kit, please see
www.nefloridaredcross.org, or


call (904) 358-8091.
According to the American
Red Cross, disaster can strike
quickly and without warning


during hurricane season,
forcing people to evacuate their
neighborhoods or confine them
to their homes.
After a hurricane watch (A


hurricane or hurricane-like
conditions may threaten your
specific area within 36 hours)
See TIPS, p. 2C


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Ask a
librarian
Students throughout Florida
are taking advantage of Ask a
Librarian--Florida's free
online chat service that
connects them to librarians for
assistance with research and
instruction on locating
information on the Web.
Librarians using instant
messaging and co-browsing


TIPS
Continued from p. 1C

is issued:
check your hurricane kit,
flashlights, portable radio, cell
phone chargers, extra batteries
and portable television.
monitor local media.
collect valuables and
personal effects.
get gas and secure yard
items.
prepare windows, reinforce
doors, inspect mobile home
tie-downs and get cash.
check prescription
medication, call out-of-town
contact.
After a warning (Expect
winds at least 74 miles per
hour or dangerously high water
and rough seas within 24
hours) is issued:
take immediate action.
close and cover windows
and glass; stay clear of
windows.
turn refrigerator and freezer
to coldest settings.
store water in clean
containers.
unplug major appliances.
go to a designated safe
place and take disaster kit;
evacuate if told to do so by


technology provide students
with the assistance and
resources that they need to
complete assignments from
home, school, or anywhere that
has an Internet connection.
Live librarian assistance is
available at www.aska
librarian.org between I10a.m.
and 10 p.m., Sunday through
Friday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
on Saturday. Students can also
submit questions via e-mail 24
hours a day, seven days a
week.


local authorities.
close all interior doors.
secure and brace external
and garage doors.
leave early if evacuating.
turn off water and
electricity.
take your disaster kit and
make arrangements for your
pets.
For more information,
please contact your local Red
Cross chapter at (904) 358-
8091, or log onto
www.nefloridaredcross.org.


Sign-ups are
under way for
Starke Rec.
fall programs
The Starke Recreation
Department is offering the
following fall programs:
*Adult ceramics-classes
are held every Wednesday
morning and Friday night.
Registration is year round.
Note: the department offers
greenware and bisque, which
'can be painted at home if you
are not interested in attending
classes.
*After-school camp-
registration lasts through
Thursday, Aug. 31, for this K-
8 program. It starts Tuesday,
Sept. 5, and lasts through the
school year. The program is
every weekday after school,
including planning days.
*Senior citizens club-
classes are every Tuesday, 11
a.m.-1 p.m. Registration is


year round.
-Baseball and softball-
registration lasts through
Friday, Sept. 1. Program is for
ages 4-18. League play begins
Monday, Oct. 2. Note: T-ball
for ages 4-6 is being offered
for the first time in the Babe
Ruth Leage.
*Girls fastpitch softball-
registration lasts through
Friday, Sept. 8. This program
is broken up into the following
age groups: 8-under, 10-under,
12-under, 14-under and 16-
under.
*Flag football-registration
lasts through Friday, Sept. 8.
The program is for ages 8-13
and league play starts Monday,
Sept. 18.
*Kids ceramics-
registration lasts through
Thursday, Aug. 31. The
program, which starts
Wednesday, Sept. 13, is for
ages 7-17. Classes are
Wednesday and Fridays,
2:30-3:30 p.m. and 3:45-4:45
p.m.
*Soccer-registration lasts
through Friday, Sept. 8. The


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program is for ages 4-13, with
league play beginning
Monday, Sept. 18.
*Exercise class-held
Monday, Wednesdays and
Friday, 9-9:30 a.m., upstairs
in the old armory. The classes,
which start Wednesday, Sept.
6, are free.
*Tiny Tots-registration
lasts through Thursday, Aug.
31. The program, which starts


Thursday, Sept. 7, is for ages"
3-5. Classes are every:
Thursday, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Coaches are needed for T-
ball and girls fastpitch softball.
The department also offers
private and group instruction
in karate and judo-kai.
For more information,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.


Are you having a hard time ..


Finding employees
Keeping employees_..
You arce not alone.
One of ihe main problems is
that you doni' kno%\ ho%, you
Compare to other employers in
Bradford, Union and
Southwest Clay counties. '
Can you honestly say you
know how you compare in: the
amount of training provided,
the number of paid days off,
the number of employees you
hire, the number of employees
who quit, the opportunity for
' promotion,. the number of
employees involved in your'


benefit plan.
By all means, find out,
before your employees do.
WVilh unemplym.cnl
dropping below 3 percent in
ihe North Florida Region you
need to know what other
businesses are offering. The
North Florida Regional
Chamber. of Commerce and
FloridaWorks are working
together to educate employers
on what they need to do to be
competitive in a fully
employed market.
We ask that you participate
in this year's Best Places To


Work program. Each company
participating in this 40-
question survey will receive a
20-page report detailing,
eexactlv where they stand in
this community. This is
information every business
will want to have if they are
going to be competitive.
Go to
www.PersonnelDynamics.net
to complete the survey, which
is open to chamber members.
Deadline for participation is
Friday, Sept. 1. Call Pam
Whittle at (904) 964-5278 for
info.


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The North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce would.
like to invite :your company to,
parficipaul, in. ,n upcoming
Job/Career Fair.
This event is scheduled for
Tuesday, Sept:.26, from 9 a.m.
.to 2 p.m,
The job fair is a restjlt ofi a
partnership between
FloridaWorks (formerly
Bradford Career Center) and the
North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce.
There will be no charge for


employers or job seekers. and this
will be a great time to market sour
company to the community, and
find.great employees-
We& are working ro 'make this
the biggest and best job fail
Bradford County has ever had.
And would greatly appreciate your
company being a part of this
event.
If you would like to participate
or would like additional
information please contact Pam or
Susan at (904) 964-5278. Don't
wait, reserve your space today.
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When: Thursday, Aug. 31
Time: 12 Noon
Where: Capital City Bank
Community Room
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1018 N Temple Ave Starke FL 32091 POLITICAL FORUM
For more information please contact the Chamber at(904)964-5278 When: Thursday, Aug. 3
Mondaythru Fridampm. .Candidates for Bradford County.
School lpard District 2
';.... Time: 6:30-'S;p.m.
:Where:.- Conference Center
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Time: 5-7 p.m.


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Keystone defense keeps Bucs in check for 21-0 win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The offense sputtered in the
second half, but the 21 points
it put on the board in the first
half were more than enough as
the Keystone Heights defense
held visiting Branford to less
than 140 yards of offense in a
21-0 win to open the season on
Aug. 25.
"Anytime you get a
shutout-no matter who you
play-is a positive," Keystone
Head coach Chuck Dickinson
said.
It was a challenge for the
-defense because Branford's
.offense had a different look
'than' it did in the spring,
:Dickinson -said. Still, the
-


Indians limited the Bucs to
five first downs through the
first three quarters and less
than 70 yards in each half.
"I think we made,,our
adjustments" Dickinson said.
"The defense played well."
The unit was led by
linebacker Jack Taylor, who
had 10 solo tackles and eight
assists. Linebacker Brandon
McGuire had four solo tackles
and eight assists, lineman
Jeramy Lewis two solo tackles
and nine assists and lineman
Adam Bailey four solo tackles
and five assists.
Defensive back Clayton
Mosley got the Inidans off to a
good start in the second half
when he intercepted a pass on
the first play from scrimmage


in the third quarter.
Things did not get much
better for the Bucs during the
remainder of the quarter as
they were held to no yards.
Robie Latner had -a pass
breakup on a third-down play
on one drive, while another
drive saw Lewis record a
tackle for a loss of 5 yards and
Sam Theisen sack Bucs
quarterback David Campbell
for a loss of 7 yards.
Branford did gain a first
down in the quarter as a result
of a Keystone penalty, but
fumbled the ball away on the-
next play,. with Taylor
recovering for Keystone.
The Bucs did threaten to
score on their last two


possessions of the game. They
drove 45 yards to the Keystone
20 on one drive, but turned the
ball over on downs.
Then, after a partially
blocked Keystone punt,
Branford drove from the
Keystone 40 to the 8-yard line.
A penalty and a pass breakup
by Mosley forced the Bucs to
set up for a 30-yard field goal.
The holder failed to handle the
snap, however, and the kick
was never attempted.
Keystone's offense actually
fared worse than the Bucs in
the second half. The Indians
gained just 59 yards, failed to
capitalize on Mosley's
interception, which gave them
the ball at the Branford 26, and
had three drives go three-and-
out. Another drive ended after
four plays on a fumble.
"I guess we decided to play
one quarter offensively,"
Dickinson said.
Actually, the Indians seemed
unstoppable in both quarters of
the opening half-a fumble
See KHHS, p. 11C


Keystone's Cameron Yarbrough attempts to catch a
pass in front of a Branford defender.


Keystone
defensive
back Clayton
Mosley (left)
attempts to
corral
Branford
running back
Brett Suggs.


Indi ans travels to take on


Class 2B Baldwin Friday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights will play
..an opponent that's a little
similar to the Branford team itW
just defeated % hen the 'iialh
travel to Baldwin for a.7 p7..m
game on Sept. I."
Baldwin, like Branford,
experienced little success last
year, going 2-7. The team
scored an average of 10 points
per game (getting shut out
three times) while allowing an
average of 28 per game.
However, also like Branford,
the team returns a lot of
players-eight starters on each
, side of the ball.

Some key returners are
senior running back/linebacker
Matt Hufstetler. senior


offensive/defensive lineman
Kenny Lentz, senior
offensive/defensive lineman
Kenny Howe, senior
linebacker Robbie DeGrave,
junior running back/defensive
bh.k"EfiC' Gfeen and'M 'i ,li
offensive/defensive lineman
V.J. Milay.
Baldwin opened the season
with a win, defeating
Providence 33-8 last week. Its
wing-T offense generated four
rushing touchdowns, 371 yards
on 47 carries and the first 26
points of the ball game.
Providence did' not score
until the fourth quarter.
Baldwin's defense allowed
127 rushing yards on 27
carries and 188 passing yards
on 19 completions.
Baldwin's defense also had
three interceptions, one of


which was returned 6 yards for
a touchdown.
Last year, it was Keystone
that did all the scoring in a 43-
0 win over Baldwin. Running
back Greg Taylor paced the
IA diahs, rushing for
tquchdwnrs of 6, 7 and 15
yArds, While also scoring on a
60-yard reception.
The Indians rushed for 170
yards on 40 carries.
Keystone quarterback Blake
Lott, who had. 92 yards on four
completions, threw two
touchdown passes.
Defensively, Keystone held
Baldwin to 21 yards rushing
on 18 carries and 104 yards '
passing on seven completions.
Michael McLeod and Josh
Mangus each intercepted a
pass for the Indians, who had
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Tornadoes overcome slow start, defeat Pirates 33-16


BY ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer
The Bradford football team
overcame a nine-point deficit
and the ejection of four players
to defeat the host Fernandina
Beach Pirates 33-16 on Aug.
25.
Bradford's offense, which
generated 451 rushing yards,
finally stopped committing
mistakes and began scoring.
The Tornadoes scored four
straight touchdowns,
beginning with Jawan
Jamison's 25-yard score with
2:41 left to play in the third
quarter.
Running back Rob Harris'
27-yard touchdown run early
in the fourth quarter put the
Tornadoes up for good.
The spurt came after an
approximate 20-minute delay
as officials tried to restore
order after a fight broke out.
Several players from both
teams were ejected, including
Bradford's Corian Garrison,
Dejor Hill, Clinton Jenk-ins-and
Deon Sewell.
Those four players will not


be allowed to play in this
Friday's Baker County game
per Florida High School
Athletic Association rules.
Bradford head coach Ichad
Bankston said his team,
despite the incident, was able
to settle down and play better.
"We just took control of the
game," he said.
Bradford's opening drive
seemed to typify and foretell
the way the game would go for
the Tornadoes during the first
three periods. The Tornadoes
started on their own 27 and,
behind the running of Harris
(who broke off a 28-yard
scamper) and Jamison, moved
the ball to the Pirates' 1-yard
line before shooting
themselves in the foot with a
penalty that set them back 10
yards. The team then fell
victim to a quarterback
sack-ultimately coming away
empty with the Pirates taking
over on downs on their own
16.
A devastating quarterback
:sack by Bradford linebacker
Marcus Wilson helped force
the Pirates to punt on their first


Bradford running back Jawan Jamison (shown in
the preseason win over Matanzas) rushed for 147
yards and two touchdowns in a 33-16 win over
Fernandina Beach.


possession. The result was that
Bradford's offense found itself
in good position, starting its
second drive at the Fernandina
45.
The Tornadoes, behind the
running of Hill, Jamison and
Harris, were this time able to
advance the ball to the 16.
Once again, the drive stalled,
and Bradford turned the ball
over on downs.
Despite starting their next
drive on Fernandina's 47 and
getting a 16-yard run from
Jernard Beard, the Tornadoes
were forced to punt after a
costly penalty and a fumble.
"We had chances early to
really get a lead," Bankston
said.
A long return by the Pirates'
James Souther set the ball up
on their visitors' 38. On the
second play of the series,
receiver Ernest Green, on a
slant pattern, caught a pass at
the 15 and finessed his way
into the end zone at the 5:29
mark of the second quarter.
The two-point conversion


attempt failed and the Pirates
led 6-0.
As if getting a wake-up call,
the Tornadoes, after the
kickoff, commenced a 76-yard
touchdown drive, highlighted
by the running of Jamison and
a 38-yard explosion by Beard.
Harris carried the ball to pay
dirt from the 11 with 2:14 left
in the half. The point-after kick
by Glen Velasquez was good
and the Tornadoes edged
ahead 7-6, which would be the
score at the half.
The Pirates came out
swinging in the second half on
their first drive, starting on
their own 38. Behind a 28-yard
romp by Southers, and a 23-
yard touchdown dash by
Green, the Pirates went ahead
13-7 just two minutes into the
second half.
A fumble on the kickoff by
Chuckie Covington, after a 20-
yard return, handed the ball
right back to Fernandina on
Bradford's 25. Despite the gift,
See BHS, p. 7C
!


Bradford takes on rival Baker Friday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The bad news for the
Bradford football team is that
it will enter its game against
Baker County -without -four
players, who will have to, sit
out the game after being
ejected from the Tornadoes'
season-opening win over
Fernandina Beach last week.
What's the good news?
Well, it could be the fact that
the Tornadoes will be facing a
team that failed to win a game.
last year, returns few starters
and is adjusting to a head
coaching change.
However, that opponent is a
fierce rival that is coming off
of a convincing win to open
the season.
Bradford travels to
Macclenny on Friday, Sept. 1,
to play the Class 3A Wildcats
at 7:30 p.m. Corian Garrison,
Dejor Hill, Clinton Jenkins and
Deon Sewell will not be able
to participate per Florida High


School Athletic Association
rules.
Still, the team must prepare
as usual.
"We'll just approach it
normally and go after it,"
Bradford head coach Chad
Bankston said.
It's possible the situation
regarding what players are
suspended could change, since
the FHSAA will most likely
review video from the
Fernandina Beach game,
Bankston said. He doesn't
expect anything to change,
however, in regards to who
winds up sitting out for
Bradford.
Baker County, meanwhile, is.
dealing with coming off a
winless season that saw head
coach, Carl West resign with
one game left on the schedule.
Still, the Wildcats, under
new coach Bobby Johns,
opened the season with a 34-8
win over Middleburg.
Two of Baker's five
returning starters had big plays


in the win. Senior quarterback
Carlos Holton rushed for a 35-
yard touchdown, while junior
running back Lucious Lee
rushed for touchdowns of 18
and 38 yards.
Lee finished the game with
175 yards on 19 carries, while
Holton had 90 yards on six
carries.
In all, the Wildcats rushed
for 401 yards on 41 carries.
The Baker defense, which
returns one starter, limited
Middleburg to 81 rushing
yards on 26 carries, but did
allow Middleburg to average
18 yards per pass completion.

Johns, a former Baker player
and assistant coach who helped
transform Bloutstown into a
Class A power, inherits a team
that lost its first three games
last year by a combined eight
points. Included in that was a
20-18 loss to Bradford after
the Tornadoes blocked a 34-
yard field goal attempt as time
expired.


Bradford's defense forced
five turnovers on the night,
including two after taking the
lead for good on graduate
James Jamison's I-yard
touchdown run.
The two teams were pretty
much .even -in terms of rushing
the ball (Bradford had 160
yards to Baker's 150), but the
Wildcats were able to gain 156
yards on four pass
completions. That included a
51-yard touchdown pass by
Holton.
Jamison had three
touchdown runs for
Bradford-all in the second,
half..
Note: Visitor seating and
ticket sales, which begin at
5:30 p.m., will be on the north
side of the field only. Fans will
not be allowed to pass from
one side of the stadium to the
other.
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north of the field at Christian
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I,.


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bradford Reyes


McCranie and Reyes are wed


Lindsey Allison McCranie
and Stephen Bradford Reyes
were married May 20, 2006,
oceanside at the Sea Turtle Inn
in Atlantic Beach.
The Rev. O.J. Aldrich
performed the ceremony.
Violinist was Zory Zinger.
Given in marriage by her
parents, the bride wore a white
gown and sequined flip flops
and, carried a bouquet of pink
roses.
The bride is the daughter of
Larry and Kathy McCranie of
Kennesaw, Ga.
The groom is the son of
Stephen E. Reyes of Lawtey
and Patty Reyes of Starke.
Man of honor was Kevin
McCranie, the bride's brother,
with bridesmaids Chelsie M.
Higgins, Rachel A. Aldrich
and Katie C. McCranie. The
bride's attendants wore black


spaghetti strap, tea-length
dresses.
Stephen E. Reyes was best
man, with groomsmen, Bryan
E. Reyes and Andy Redding.
The groom and his
attendants wore black tuxedos.
A reception immediately
followed the ceremony.
The bride is a 2002 graduate
of Georgia Southern
University and works at
Centex Homes.
The groom is a 1997
graduate of Bradford High
School. He is also a graduate
of Santa Fe Community
Building Construction
program. He is a field
supervisor for D.R. Horton
Builders.
Following a honeymoon to
St. Lucia, the couple lives in
Fleming Island..


Support


Samuel Luke Stucky

Samuel

Stucky
Matt and- Kirn Sticky of
Starke announce the hirth of|
their son. Samuel Luike' Silcky.
on April 12. .2(0i in
Gainesvillc.
Maternal grandpavlt.n'ts, are
Cheryl Brownlie ',f SI;t. and
Mr. and Mrs. .limcs Douglass
of Thercssa.
Paternal nrandpatrenis arc
Herb- and Sharon Stucky of
Keystone H-ciglhts.
Paternal great-g ltndparcnts
are Sam and M:ary Stucky ol'
, New Port Richie.

Birth announmcenmeiets are
considered news and are a
free service of the Bradford
County Telegraph, Union
C(ounr} Times and Lake
Regiod Monitor.
Announcements are edited
for style and content. A 1-
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for $12.


theme covered dish supper.
The meeting will be held at
Trinity Baptist Church, 3716
S.E. S.R. 21 in Keystone
Heights.
For local information, call
Alice Watts at (352) 475-3162.
To learn more about the
Compassionate Friends, visit
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group Free
meeting set bluegrass
for Sept. 4 concert set
The Compassionate Friends,. ..
a support group lor parents for Sept. 16
who have lost children, will A free bluegrass concert will
meet on Monday. Sept..4, at 5 be held on Saturday. Sept. 16,
p.m. There will be a holiday- at 2 and 6 p.m. featuring Ryan,


Jade KirkL
Felicia Carroll anJ
Kirkland of Likc
announce the birth i
daughter, Ja di.c if :
Kirkland, on Aug. 5. ,
Patience Corner of G li, '
Jade weighed 7 pou,.
ounce and measured c '
in length.
Maternal grandparen'-
Dwayne and Carla C-"iz 1.
Lake Butler.
Maternal great-grandi .
are Louise Carroll ,,
Butler -and Stewart ,
Barbara Hester of Mont'


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Paternal grandparcni ,i
Gary Burkhcad and ;i!
Burkhead, both of Elkh ti. ,d.
Paternal great-grand ,
are Edward and Faye f'.;i.,' i
Lillian, Ala. and .
Christakcs of Won li n
Springs.


WI NORTH NO .3
Do you have any concerns a;' a ;t
, your child's development',.; :
information and/or screeriniigs re
available for ages birth to 5 k \' s.
To schedule an appointment. :
Child Find at (800) 227-603(0 go
to www. nefec.org/fdirs (clicL <'
Child Find).
Hospice is in need of voluaecir:s.
There will be a volunteer tratiniig
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer
opportunity, call Carolyn Long,
386-328-7100.


Holladay, Sweetwater ;ind
Coastal Blue. The concert i., in
conjunction with the N:BA's
Music in the Schools Pro ,ranm.
The public is invited.
The North Florida Bluegrass
Association will also be
holding its monthly camping
and pickin' outing Friday and
Saturday, Sept. 15 and I( at
Dixieland Music park in
Waldo.
For information on i i,,.
call Vic Tauro at (385)
3.988. For information on the
concert, call Toby Vanderb:!t at
(904) 284-8941.


The groom-elect is a
graduate of BHS and member
of Starke Church of God by
Faith. He works at Canaam
Steel.


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appy Aniversary to you. my l husband
Maci Ren6 Dukes and "
Gerald Lynn Turner / CIkymou dar0W,[, for 50 wOAdeTrfudl years.
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Robin and Michael C.
.Dukes of Lake Butler
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter.
Maci Ren6 Dukes, to Gerald
Lynn Turner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lynn Turner of Eggville,
Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Sanderson of Tupelo, Miss.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of the late
Donald and Marie Dukes and
Donald and Beverly Welch of
Brooker. She is a 2002
graduate of Union County
High School and a 2006
graduate of Free Will Baptist
Bible College in Nashville,
Tenrin. She will teach high
school world history in Tupelo.
The groom-elect is the
grandson of Tommy. and
Margaret Turner of Egg\ ille
and Jack and Shirley Tacket of
Tupelo. He is a 2002 graduate ,
of Moore~ille (Miss.) High
School. He is a 2006 graduate
of Free Will Baptist Bible
College. He is youth minister
for rthe Tupelo Free Will
. Bapist Church.
THe wedding is planned for
Saturday, Sept. 2, 2006, 7 p.m.,
at the home of Paul and Jeanne
Davjs, formerly the home of
the lale Donald and Marie
Dukes, with a reception
-following alt Michael and
1 Robin Dukes' home, 7669
S.W C.R. 796.
S In case of inclement
\ wear'ier, the wedding % ill be at
Harhionv Free Will Baptist
Church with the reception
following in the Family Life
Center.


Family
invited.


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S The Rev. Carl E. Tyson of
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Vi Vashawn Renee Tyson, to
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Prcregistration is required. Call
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Union County is no match for Madison in 41-6 loss


BY .JAMES REDMOND
77'Si.o Stff WWriter
The Union County Tigers
traveled to Madison Friday
night to open i the regular
season and get a true test of
Buddy Nobles' new offensive
schenIIe.
In the early stages of the
cointsL,.. the plan was effective,
but the l iourth-ranked. Class
?A Madison County Cowboys
made a lew adjustments and
handed the Tigers a 41-6
defeat


Union's offense was led by
senior quarterback Austen
Roberts, who was I 1 -of-20 for
126 yards.
The team's running backs
carried the balll 2 time, for 37
yards and earned the Tigers'
only score of the game.
Though the Tigers did not
top the Cowboys on the
scoreboard. the team did come
out on top in a few categories.
The Tigers had one penalty for
10 yards while the Cowboys
had 16 penalties for 130 yards.
The Tigers also earned one


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Quarterback Austen Roberts looks to get off a pass
under heavy pressure from a Madison County
defender. Photo courtesy of Chapman
Photography.


more first dCown ha tllhe
Cowboys.
What lihuirl tihle T'I'igtes lmst
ere 111e li\c im es te ll:c I l
unmbcdi tlhe LfootIball, Madison
.ecoveil thIree of th Iose.
Del censliv stops by the
Cowh ys on critical drives
also hlurl the Tigers' effort.
The game began with Union
winning the coinl toss and
electing to kick off to the
Cowboys. Madison County
wasted ni> lime in getting its
side of lthe scoreboard to light
tip. The Cowboys went 70
yards in eight plays. With 8:10
left in the first quarter, the
Cowboys quarterback called
his own number and went 18
yards for the score. The extra
point failed, but the Cowboys
had a six point lead.
Knowing the Tigers had to
answer the score, Nobles used
plays to do just that. Mixing a
combination of the pass and
run, the Tigers marched down
the field to the surprise of the
Cowboys and their fans.
The six-play di ive
culminated with senior Josh
Mitchell's 2-yard touchdown
run. He then attempted the
extra point, which failed,
leaving the score tied at 6-all.
The quick strike made it
appear as if the Tigers would
make the game a shootout
rather than the blowout many
thought it would be. A strong
Madison team, however,
would answer right back.
A kickoff return of 54 yards
helped the Cowboys en rodte


Union County center Jeremy Shuler lines up over
the ball. Shuler played against Madison County
despite the recent death of his mother. Photo
courtesy of Chapman Photography.


to their next score. Madison's
quarterback utilized two pump
fakes to get a receiver clear for
a 36-yard scoring play. It took
the Cowboys all of 15 seconds
to score.
A false start made Madison
think twice about going for a


two-point conversion. A extra-
point try from 19 yards out
failed.
Being up by only six points,
the Cowboys looked to put
even more points on the board.
Madison attempted, and
recovered, an onside kick.
While it did not appear the ball
traveled the required 10 yards,
the referee ruled it had and


gave the Cowboys possession.
From there it took the
Cowboys six plays and four
minutes to score what would
prove to be the points that
would put the game out of
reach for the Tigers. A
Madison running back took a
pitch and went 16 yards to
make the score 18-6 in the
Cowboys' favor. The two-
point conversion gave the
Cowboys a 14-point lead.
Union's offense showed
some bright spots, moving the
ball on several occasions. Each
time the Tigers got
momentum, however, the
Madison defense found a way
to break the Tigers' surge.
The Cowboys just proved to
be too much for the Tigers.

Playing with a heavy
heart
One Union County player
was on the field playing with a
very heavy heart. Junior
Jeremy Shuler's mother passed
away unexpectedly just days
before the game. Shuler,
though, decided his place was
on the football field Friday
night.

The offensive lineman
battled in the trenches and
helped keep Madison players
off of quarterback Roberts.
Shuler was honored by UCHS
football radio broadcasters
Charlotte Emerson and David
Harris.
"This is truly a courageous
young man for being able to go
out and play football after all
that has happened," Emerson
said.


Tigers host Class 2A runner-up Friday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It does not appear that things
will get any easier for the
Union County football team
this week.
The Tigers, fresh off a 41-6
defeat at the hands of fourth-
ranked, Class 2A Madison'
County, now play the second-
ranked team in Class 2A when
they host South Sumter this
Friday, Sept. 1, at 7:30 p.m.
South Sumter, last year's,
state runner-up, is like
Madison 'Co unty in that the
Raiders- can compete against
teams in larger classifications.
The Raiders opened last season
with a one-point loss to Class
6A East Ridge.
This year, South Sumter lost
16-10 to East Ridge,.which is
currently the I10h-ranked team
in 6A.
During a 9-1 regular season
last year,.the Raiders scored an


average of 44 points per game,
while allowing just 13 points
per game.
In the playoffs, South
Sumter outscored opponents
102-49 (including a 29-14 win
over Madison County) before
losing 50-15 to Chaminade-
Madonna in the state
championship.
South Sumter's offense has
lost standout quarterback
Jarrod Smith,-but running back
Tony Smith returns. He had
112 yards on just five
carries-including a 61-yard
touchdownr-in a 41-6
preseason win over Hernando.
Defensively, the' Raiders
return nine starters. They gave
up just 163 yards in their
preseason game, recovering
two fumbles and intercepting
four passes.
Union County no longer has
running back C.J. Spiller, and
the Tigers had to play a half
without him in last year's 49-


26 loss to South Sumter.
Spiller played the first half,
scoring touchdowns on runs of
5' and 25 yards, but he played
just one play in the second half
because of an injury.
Running back Josh Mitchell,
a senior this year, scored a


touchdown on a 12-yard run in
that game, while senior
quarterback Austen Roberts
added a 10-yard scoring run.
South Sumter wasted little
time scoring, taking its
opening possession 80 yards
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Keystone opens


district play with


win over Union


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Mallory Wasik had 12 kills
to help lead the Keystone
Heights volleyball team to-a 3-
0 (.25-11, 25-8, 25-7) win over
visiting Union County in the
first district match for both
teams. .
" The Indians (2-1 prior to
Aug. 29) were attempting to
rebound from a loss and they
had no trouble doing so.
Keystone got off'to 12-1, 10-I'
and 11-3 leads in each of the
three games as a Union
program that has struggled in
recent years could never stay
close.
Ke. t.nce made its early run
in the first game- with Lori,
Albritton serving. She had an.
ace and Wasik had several


kills as the Indians reeled off
six points.
Runs of four and five points
behind the serving of. Noel
Bartley and Tysee Williams
helped the Indians go up 10-1
in the second game. Williams
won the game for 'Keystone
with a service ace.
Keystone, led. 18-7 in the
third game before closing out
the match with seven straight
points behind the serving of
Michelle Houser. A kill by
Wasik scored match point.
Albritton and Houser led the
Indians with seven and six
digs, respectively, while also
leading the team with four
service aces each.
Markie Emery had four kills
to lead Union. Kelly Bennett

See DISTRICT, p. 7C






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drops 2 stm r tches


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
New Bradford volleyball
coach Josh Crow figured his
team could take some lumps
early this season and that has
proved to be the case as the
*Tornadoes, after a 2-0 start,
werg swept by both Columbia
and district opponent Baker
County in recent action.

Crow said the players are
dealing with a bit of indecision
right now as they are learning
a new offense and a new
approach to playing.
"It just takes a little bit of
time to replace those old
habits," Crow said.
Bradford hosted a Columbia


tea tm i h ,t (t ';. I; ,! ; i '' i,
to be wo! t ; ; ,d
more prepared. n ,
Tigers defeated the Tora :,
3-0 (25-1 1. 25-17, 25-16 n
Aug. 22.
Desti y H e .i
Tornadoes in digs jnd lii
with no h iting e is.
Bradlid opened i !i,,tii -
4A play h a it :,,
Baker Conity it, ;. i.:;d tlhe
Tornadoes a 0 () 5 2 1. 2 I 1.
25-16) loss ot! Ay!?. -
"It wasn't for Iack of lustile
on the part oA our si les,
Crow said ofl ihe ,,. Hc said
Samantha St,. Ii-r w,l did the
majority)' of i!,: si lnm jl \.'dl
a good match.
Stocker led tile leani w it
service aces (lJu r), \\'whtl


I-:||:.; I'i i l! ld tlhe leamn ui
x) and hitting
lntage (.294).
'Tic u!timat goal is for the
Y'oraddoe.s lo play well at the
end thei season. The addition
of ;m assistant coach (Karen
Mchinr ) l II help, as will
playing in i ',o tournaments.
Cov saMi.
"l-opefully, that will all pay
o)f when we get to the
postseasonT, he said.
Bradford (2-2 prior to a
Tuesday match against district
opponent Middleburg) will
host district opponent
Suwanuiee on Thursday, Aug.
3 I. t 6:30 p.m.
The junior varsity team.
Shich is 3- 1, will play
Suwannee at 5 p.m.


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Keystone's Carey Taylor (left) and Union County's Lacey Webb converge at the
net in hopes of making a play in the Indians' 3-0 win.


DISTRICT
Continued from p. 6C


Tuesday, will itav! i to play
district opponent Malanzas
tonight, Aug. 31. Keystone
then hosts Oak Hall on Fliday,
Sept. 1, and Ridgevicw on


was the Tigers' leading server. Tuesday, Sept. 5.
The Tigers won a total of six Those three ma
n-atches the last two % seasons, schedulcJ f.:. 6 .- aI
but. despite he loss to jurir,,i -arM:1n
Kestorirne',aIread' .b&e R p. h r.
their wa\ toi a much-impro'ed
season. Union put two straight
wins together prior to playing ._____---.
Keystone and was 2-2 heading
into its Aug. 30 match against
Pierson Taylor.
That second win was 3-2
(29-27, 18-25, 25-22, 31-33,
15-10) over Hamilton County ./
'on Aug. 22 in Lake Butler.
Hannah Hayes led the Tigers -
in kills with 17, while Bennett lo t i
had 11 and Lacey Webb had 4
eight. ; -I
Webb, who had 20 assists
and Miranda Kent were the "B 1-
leading servers with 16 points
each. Bennett had 13 points, -
Jessica Parrish had 12 and
Hayes had 11. -
Kent also had a team-high
eight digs. C,
While the Tigers were
coming off of a win, the
Indians were coming off of a
3-1 loss to St. Johns Country
Day on Aug. 22 in Orange .- 4
Park. The Indians won the first" t
game 25-21 before Country '
Day closed.out the match with
wins of 30-28, 25-17 and 25-
21..
Wasik had 21 kills, while
Albritton had 11 service '..
points and 10 assists. .
The Indians, who played '
Crescent City this past


tchls are
f dllow'ing
lie at 5


SUtjion travels to Jasper for a
rematch .with Hamilton
tonight, Aug. 31, at. 6:30 p.m.,
following a junior varsity
game at 5 p.m.
On Tuesday, Sept. 5, the
fingers host district opponent
Crescent City. at 5 p.m.. The
jLjnior varsity teams will plai\
at 4 p.m.


Rob Harris (far left) contributed 143 yards to a Bradford rushing attack that
generated 451 yards against Fernandina Beach.


BHS
Continued from p. 4C

the Pirates came away empty-
handed after what seemed like
a sure touchdown by running
back Southers became a
touchback when he fumbled
the ball out of bounds through
the end zone.
The Tornados then began a
promising drive after running
back Hill chewed up 16 yards
on two carries. At that point,
however, quarterback Antwan
Brown ran into trouble, first
muffing a snap from center for
a 1-yard loss, then unwisely
sending up a wounded duck of
a pass while being dragged to
the ground by Pirate defenders.
The ball was easily
intercepted, at which point the
fight broke out.
When play resumed, the
Pirates took a 16-7 lead when
a 41-yard field goal attempt by
Max Shaw split the uprights at
4:28 of the third quarter. *
On the next series, Bradford
scored on a 66-yard drive,
culminating in Jamison's 25-
yard touchdown dash at the
2:41 mark of the third quarter.
The drive was also highlighted
by a 20-yard run by Harris and
an l 1-yard pickup by Beard.
The score stood now at 16-
14, in favor of Fernandina,
heading into the fourth quarter.
As the. final quarter opened,.
thi- Tornadoes found
ithcmselL's in good position at


the 50 and they took advantage
of the opportunity.
Runs by Jamison and Beard
moved the ball to the 34. A
couple of plays later, Harris
carried the ball 27 yards for a
touchdown with 10:11 left to
play, giving Bradford a. 21-16
lead.
The Bradford defense shut
down the Pirates on their next
series, which ended with the
Fernandina punter having to
cover a bad snap for a big loss.
The Tornados took over at
their opponent's 34.
On the first play from
scrimmage, Jamison took the
handoff and raced 23 yards for
a score with 6:24 on the clock.
Bradford's lead was 27-16
after the two-point attempt
failed.
The Pirates further
sandbagged themselves when
they fumbled an onsides kick
by Bradford and the latter took
over on Fernandina's 36. On
two successive runs, Harris
carried the ball to the 10. Two
plays later, Beard carried it in
from the 1 for a touchdown
wtih 5:20 left in the game. The
two-point conversion attempt
once again came up short and
the score stood at 33-16.
Bankston was pleased,
overall, with the Tornadoes'
first outing of the season.
Although concerned that his
team failed to capitalize on
chances to jump out to an early
. lead in the.game, he praised
the running of Harris, Jamison
Sand Beard, who respectively.-


posted 143, 147 and 99 yards
rushing.
He was also complimentary
of his offensive line, which last
year consisted of all new
starters, Bankston said the
linemen are still making some
mistakes, but they have
improved in a year's time.
"As a unit, they did a good
job," he said.
Bankston also singled out
Wilson and Justin Henderson
for their defensive efforts.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 0 7 7
FBHS: 0 6 10


19-33
0-16


Scoring Summary
F: Green 36 pass from
Wingard (run failed)
B: Harris 11 run
(Velasquez kick)
F: Green 23 run (Shaw
kick)
F:' Shaw 41 FG
B: Jamison 25 run
(Velasquez kick)
B: Harris 27 run
(Velasquez kick)
B: Jamison 23 run (pass
failed)
B: Beard 1 run (run failed)


Team Statistics
B
First Downs 24
Rushes/Yds. 58-451-
Passing Yds. 9
Passes 1-8-1
Punts 1-40
Fumbles-Lost 4-1
,Penalties 10-85


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352-468-2684.
, MOBILE HOMES FOR
SALE, 386-496-3687.
COUNTRY LIVING -
PLENTY OF ROOM, and
affordable price. 4/2,
split floorplan, DWMH,
$79,900 at 7940-B
Darwood St. Call Maria
at Watson Realty Corp.
352-473-6232 or 281-
4078.
2/1, 924 SQ FT MOBILE
HOME FOR SALE. On
own property with par-
tially fenced yard. 10x20
screened porch, new A/
C, freshly painted inte-
rior, w/w carpet, many
amenities. Pleasant
area of High Ridge Es-
tates, asking $42,500.
Call 352-473-1076.
50
For Rent
FOR RENT; 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR/2BA, CH/A,
heat, $575 per month. A
security deposit plus first
and last months rent is
required. Call 904-964-
8431 or 352-745-1189.
LARGE 2BR upstairs un-
furnished apt. 3 miles
north of Starke on Hwy
301. 1st & last month in
advance, $500 per
month. Call 352-283-
4634.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FL
3BR/2B DWMH, large
lot, porch, $700 per
month, $700 security de-
posit. Call 352-213-4563.
FURNISHED ROOMS


FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central location. 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$110 $120./wk. Room
without bath, $95. 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
StarkeApts. 2BRHC&
non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
HOUSE IN LAKE BROOK-
LYN AREA. 1600 sq ft,
3/2,1 acre of land, large
oaks. Available Septem-
ber 1st. $1200/mth, first,
last plus $500 security.








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Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer -
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133 Voice TTYcey 1-600-545-1 33, EO. 31

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


Call 352-222-6001.
IN RAIFORD, UNFUR-
NISHED 3/2 MH. Heat
and air condition, front
and back porches,
screened in, no pets.
$500/mth, security de-
posit, first and last
month's rent required.
Call 386-431-1568.
2BR/1BA FOR RENT, CH/
A, $550 per month, good
condition, no pets, first &
last plus deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-4111, leave
message.
LAKE GENEVA HUGE
DW, DIRECT LAKE-
FRONT. $800/mth plus
security. 7804 SR100,
Keystone Heights,
McDonald's Trailer Park,
352-478-2697.
LAKE GENEVA- 2BR MH,
DIRECT LAKEFRONT.
$500/mth plus security.
7804 SR100, Keystone
Heights. McDonald's
Trailer Park, 352-478-
2697.
SHARE HOUSE IN
STARKE. Room for rent,
$300/mth, includes utili-
ties. Call 904-964-2989,
if no answer, leave mes-
sage.
FOREST PARK APTS. OF
LAKE BUTLER now
renting 1 and 2 BR's.
Rental assistance avail-
able to qualified appli-
cants. Office hours Men,
Wed and Thurs, 8am-
12pm and lpm-5pm.
Call 386-496-3439.
Equal Housing Opportu-
nity.
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to schools & Key-
stone Heights. No pets.
$550 per month plus de-
posit. Call 352-475-6260
3/2 DW ON 1 ACRE,
STARKE AREA, fire-
place, CH/A, deck.
$575/mth plus deposit,


$600/mth with washer
and dryer. Call 352-468-
3221.
2/2 FULL BATH DW, SPLIT
DESIGN, mobile home,
furnished. Nestled in the
woods on Santa Fe
River. Clean, comfort-
able, tranquil. No pets,
$700/mth. Call 386-496-
2030.
SINGLEWIDE 3/2, 1 PLUS
ACRES, fenced, w/d
hook-up, close to McRae
Elementary. $600/mth,
$600/dep. Leave mes-
sage, references re-
quired, 386-338-4661.
2/1, LIVING ROOM, DIN-
ING ROOM, kitchen, on
paved road in Theressa.
Home phone 352-473-
3073, cell 352-745-
4039.
3/2 LARGE MOBILE
HOME WITH DEN, CH/
A on private lot on paved
road in Keystone
Heights. $650/mth plus
one month security de-
posit. References re-
quired, call 904-553-
3301.
3/2 LIKE NEW-HOME ON
CR225. Outside city lim-
its. $850/mth, $850/dep.


FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
' South-. Only 3/10 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
*Ideal Location*
Call (904) 964-3827


Bill Morganand Jack Ploss
Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 or 904-219-4648
3085 SE 113 Way Starke, FL 32091
Licensed & Insured


BRAND NEW CHARMER wth many upgrades and special
attention to detail. K tchn has soltd Ith cabins, stae
steel Maytag appliances, great room w/stone fireplace and
gas remote control logs, master ue. UpgradedBerber
carpet, ceramic tile, recessed ghtig, 2 AC units; 2 hot
water heaters, extra insulation. Sd wilg to pay $3,000
of buyer's closing cost. ,$199,900. Cal hid Sfth.

Smiith & Smith Realty
(904) 964-9222


James & Linda.Dailey
Owners.& Qperalors
Licensed & Insured


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LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"


ROOF
RE-ROOFS
METAL SINGLES
FLAT ROOF
LOWSLOPED


S GRAVEL .1 INSURED,. STORM DAMAGE
"THE BEST POSSIBLE ROOF AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE"
,,, Office: 386-497-1419 i
P0 uox 82 Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOFI
,Ft. White, FL 32038 'Fax: 386-497-1452


We Cart It OPEN 24/7-
Owner: Buddy Browder,
CONCRETE /

www.wecartit.com 19563 NW SR 16
Starke, FL


Wei Haul Redi-MIxed Concrete
in our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
our plant to yur redil-forms.
$149 per yd + tax- deliveredto you!
1 -yard = 80 sq. ft. at 4" deep


Non-smoker, no pets.
Agents/owners Ann or
Ken Ryan at 904-364-
6148 or 904-364-8213.
52
Animals & Pets
NEEDED FOSTER
HOMES for dogs. Any
donations appreciated.
Any amount. Call
Tammy at 352-258-6582
or Cristy at 904-334-
7319 or Bradford County
Paws 904-964-9200.
WANTED LITTLE DOG
LOVERS lots of us
need a home, some of
us have been abused,
some of us were res-
cued from puppy mills.
Can you help us please?
Visit our site at stfb.com
or contact Vivianne at
904-797-3146.
DOGS FOR ADOPTION
OR FOSTERING Very
friendly Shep mix,


Adoption Building Materials
ADOPTION A nurturing METAL ROOFING
family seeks to adopt an SAVE $$$ Buy Direct
infant to love and From Manufacturer. 20
cherish. We are colors in stock with all
financially secure to Accessories. Quick turn
provide a promising around! IFelivery
future. Please cal Available Toll. Free
Christine and David at (888)393-0335.
(888)322-


0924.
Announcements
Is Stress Ruining Your
Relationships? Buy and
Read DIANETICS by L.
Ron Hubbard Call
(813)872-0722 or send
$8.00 toDianetics, 3102
N. Habana Ave., Tampa
FL 33607.
Auctions
AUCTION 3 444 Acres
Prime Timberland
Randolph County,
Georgia Thurs., Sept. 7,
7:00 p.m. Dawson,
,Georgia Dawson Country
Club This property,
selling by order of a
National Timber
Investment Management
Organization, has been
owned by timber
companies and estates
for generations. Property'
will be offered in 17
large tracts ranging in
size from 10 to 454
acres. Significant
merchantable timber,
intensely managed.
Eleven miles of road
frontage. Great
opportunity for investors,
developers & sportsmen.
Pay 15% down, 10%
buyer's premium.
GAL#2034 Call for
property information
packages. (800)479-1763
John Dixon& Associates
www.johndixon.com
North Central Florida
Multi-Proerty
AUCTIO SepMt 14 15,
16' Homes Riverfront
Lots, Lakefront
Homesites, Acreage,
Residential, Commercial,
Many ABSOLUTE!
(800)257-4161
higgenbotham.com
Higgenbotham
Auctioneers ME
Higgenbotham, CAI
A U305/AB 158.
Highlands County Multi-
Property AUCTION
I IAM, Sat..
Sept 9 Lake Placid, FL
Homesites, Acreage,
Residential, Agricultural
Many ABSOLUTE!
(800)257-4161
higgenbotham.com
Higgenbotham
Auctioneers ME
Higgenbotham, CAI
AU305/A B 158. .
AUCTION Land and
Antiques, 90 acre farm
Pipestem Summers
County WV 25979
offered in parcels,
beautiful property,
great antiques,.
september 16th.
Information
www.riverbendauction.c
om (800)726-2897
Randy Burdette.
#927, Mary Felosa
Broker.


Business Opportunities
Vending Route: Snacks,
Drinks, all brands. Great
Equipment." Great
Support. You choose
locations from what's
available!! Financing
available with $7,500
down. (877)843-8726,
Local. B#2002-037.
ALL CASH' CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Machines,
Free Candy All for
$9,995. (888)629-9968
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We will not be
undersold!
Looking for successful*
entrepreneurs only to
open franchise
businesses in town, must
be proven in
management, a born risk-
taker, DO NOT CALL
otherwise (800)819-
2634.
Earn $367.97 per day
with your own business.
No B.S. No boss. Just
partners. Free training.
www.wahdreamteam.co
m
Business Services
**GOT A
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Dramatically increase
sales by accepting all
major credit and ebit
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rates! Free start up! Free
eq uipment upgrades!
(800)568-9115.
Health Insurance
FREE PRESCRIPTION
Savings Card. Print your
free card today.
www.newdrugcard.com.
No gimmicks/no catch.
Provided by Foundation
for Uninsured
Americans.
Help Wanted
NOW HIRING
GEOLOGIST for our
Andalusia, Alabama
office. Send resume and
transcripts to CDG
Engineers & Associates.
Inc., P.O. Box 278,
Andalusia, AL 36420;
fax: (334)222- 4018;
e-mail: khall@cdge.com;
phone: (334)222-9431.
0/0 Driver The F/S is
higher here! Zero down
lease/low payments.
$1.11 Avg. $2,000
Productivity Bonus
$2,600 Referral Bonus.
Base Plate provided. FFE
(800)569-9298.
Licensed Life & Health
Agents to market full
portfolio of insurance
products including a $0
remium Medicare
Advantage plan with Part
D. Unlimited qualified
leads. Earn 75kqto 125k.


approx 6 mths old. We
also have chocolate lab
pups, approx 5 mths old,
friendly. Lab mixes
available. Rotti mix,
male, friendly. A male
boxer mix, a few years
old. We seem to have a
number of larger breed
mix pups. These pups
and dogs are looking for
a good home. Then
many kittens of different
ages and colors. If you
ask, we do have some
cats that are already
neutered and in foster
homes waiting for a for-
ever home. Call Tammy
.at 352-258-6582 or
Kristie at 904-334-7319
or Bradford County
Paws 904-964-9200.
BEAGLE PUPPIES 2
mnales/2 females,
months old, shots and
wormed. $75 each, call
352-258-0692.


Pasture = CASH$

Is your Bahia Pasture root bound?

DON'T plow it up...

turn it into cash!

Call

Hendricks Turf, Inc.

386-496-2174


Management Position
also available for the
right candidate. Call
Larry or Steve @
(866)224-8450 ext. 5018..
OTR drivers deserve
more pay and more
hometimei $.48/mi. 1
year experience. More
experience makes more!
Home weekends! Run
our Florida Region!
Heartland Express
(800)441- 4953
www.heartlandexpress.co
m.
Driver-HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIVERS
for Central Florida
Local & National OTR
positions. Food grade
banker, no hazma, no
pumps,, great benefits,
competitive pay &new .
equipment. Need 2 years
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your
o ortunity today.
(XO)741-79%.
DRIVER: YOU WANT
IT, WE HAVE ITI Solo,
teams, owner operators,
company drivers,
students, recent grads,
regional, dedicated long
haul. Van, flatbed. Must
be 21. CRST Career
Center. (800)940-2778,
www.driveforcrst.com.
INTERESTED IN A
POSTAL JOB Earning
$57K/yr Avg Minimum
Pay? Our services can
help you prepare for the
Postal Battery Exam
Find Out How! Call
Today For More
Information... (800)584-
1775 Ref Code #P5799.
POLICE OFFICERS:
Earn up to $20,000
bonus. Train to
protect your fellow
Soldiers and be a leader
in the Army National
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Instruction
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR-TRAINING
FOR EMPLOYMENT:-
Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders. Dump Trucks;
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators; National
Certification, Job
Placement Assistance;
Associated Training
Services
(800)251-3274
www.equipmentoperator.
com.
Heavy Equipment
Operator CERTIFIED.
Hands on Training.
Job Placement
Assistance. Call Toll
Free (866)933-1575:.
ASSOCIATED
TRAINING SERVICES,
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Trail. Lecanto, Florida,
34461.
Investment Property
NEW HOMES in
OCALA, FL Pre-
Construction Pricing,
Zero Down for Investors,
Realtor Inquiries
Welcome. Call Kinder


AUSTRALIAN SHEP-
HERDS born 7/3/06.
Health certificates,
mother and father on
site, $300 each. Call
352-485-1082.
SHUINESE SMALL FLAT
FACE, SHORT and
sweet. 2 puppies, both
males. 1/2 Shitzu, 1/2
Pekingese, 10 weeks
old. Wormed and first
shot, $225 each. Pa-
pered sire and dame.
Have AKC numbers for
registration. Grandfa-
ther on property. Ask for
Lynn Stewart, 386-431-
1415.


53A-
Yard Sales
SEPTEMBER 2 YARD
SALE, 8am-12pm,. 65.
Colley Rd. Furniture,
odds and ends.
SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-?,
2 family yard sale. North
301 left on 225 in
Lawtey, 1.5 miles on
right. Furniture, baby
crib, lawn mower, etc.
COME ONE, COME ALL
for bedroom sets, living
room sets, dining sets,
cars and much, much
more. Come get great
deals at 737 Faxon Ln,
8am-2pm, September 2.


* CHAMPION
HOME INSPECTIONS
-~ EXISTING HOMES,~ -

For the Buyer and Seller...
A full pre-sale o- pre-closing inspection
on electrical, plumbing, structural,
roofing, interior, etc.
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904-964-5525


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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904-964-6872 386-496-0089


Enjoy nature at its fines. 3'2 with den or
office and shed on 1 acre. Fenced front
yard. Very private. All this for $149,900.
$500 BONUS to buyer's agent. Bring all
offers. Motivated seller. Call 'Beky
Constant at 904-505-3972.
WATSON REALTY CORP.


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LANDIHOME PKGS. in Alachua, Bradford,
Columbia, Gilchrist, Levy, Dixie, Marion, Putnam
and Union counties. Call Gene, Jim and Roy. (352)
372-4663 Westgate Mobile Home Sales. _

Westgate Home Center
4431 NW 13th St. Gainesville, FL '
352-372-HOME (4663)


Classifieds


Homes at (352)622-2460
or
www.InvestinOcalaFL.c
om.
Legal Services
ARRESTED?
ACCUSED?
ACCIDENT VICTIM?
HURT? Talk to a lawyer
Now. Call 24 Hours.
Personal Injury and
Criminal Defense.
Attorney Referral
Service A-A-A
(888)733- 5342. Protect
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FREE DIABETIC
SUPPLIES!
MEDICARE
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Call Us Toll Free
(866)294-3476 and
receive a FREE
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Miscellaneous
DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS
children, etc. Only one
signature required!
*Excludes gov fees!
Call weekdays (800)462-
2000, ext.600. (Sam-
6pm) Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from Home.
*Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Computers
*Criminal Justice. Job
placement assistance.
Computer provided.
Financial Aid if
qualified. Call (866)858-
2121
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ch.com.
AIRLINE MECHANIC -
Rapid training for high
paying Aviation Career.
FAA predicts severe
shortage. Financial aid if
qualify.- Job placement
assistance. CALL AIM
(888)349-

Real Estate
Gulf front lots $595k.
Homes starting mid
$300k. New master
planned ocean front
community on beautiful
Mustang Island, near
Corpus Christi, TX.
www.cinnamonshore.co
m, (866)891-5163.
BEAUTIFUL N.
CAROLINA. ESCAPE
THE HEAT IN THE
BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL
MOUNTAINS OF
WESTERN
NC "Homes, Cabins,
Acrea ge &
INVESTMENTS.
CHEROKEE
MOUNTAIN GMAC
REAL ESTATE.
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com Call for free
brochure (800)841-
5868.
Wi t h Tennessee's
Beautiful Lakes &
Mountains, you are sure
to find the perfect spot to
call home. Call Nancy


Gaines, Gables & Gates
.865)388-7703 (865)777-
191
www.nancygaines.com
MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA AAH
COOL SUMMERS
MILD WINTERS
Affordable Homes &
Mountain Cabins, Land
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE (S"71 837.
2288 EXIT
REALTY MOUNTAIN
VIEW PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com.
NATIONAL BUILDER
0% DOWN when you
own land! HOME
BUILT ON YOUR LOT
starting at $58 per square
foot. Call for FREE color
brochures. (800)622-
2832.
East Tennessee- Norris
Lake 5.6 acre wooded
LAKEFRONT lot-
$66,500 5.1 ACRE
WOODED view lot-
$28 900 Call Lakeside
Realty @ (423)626-5820
Or visit
www.lakesiderealty-
tn.com.
North Carolina Mtns.
Asheville Area Starting
@ $89,900 for
spectacular parcels with
views waterfalls,
mountain streams
amenities & much more.
Call for appt. (866)930-
5263.
North Carolina Cool
Mountain Air, Views &
Streams, Homes, Cabins
& Acreage. FREE
BROCHURE (800)642-
5333. Realty Of Murphy
317 Peachtree St.
Murphy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmurphy.co
m.
NC: Best buy in
mountains! Owner
financing, three acres
with spectacular view.
Paved road, gated,
restricted. 3400' altitude.
$95,000, Bryson City.
Call owner! (800)810-
1590.
www.aewilliams.net.
CUMBERLAND
PLATE A U TN
Spectacular 1 to 5 acre
parcels from the $40s.
Bluff view, wooded or
pond sites. Clubhouse
with fitness center.
Nature trails. Min. to Fall
Creek Falls State Park.
Call (866)292-5769.
LAKE BARKLEY
WATERFRONT 2.51
acres of lakefront
property on the TN/ KY
border. Partially wooded,
in a quiet
area off of the main
channel in a large cove.
$44,500. Call now
(866)339-4966.
NC MOUNTAINS 7
acres on mountain top in
gated community,
view, trees, waterfall &
large public lake nearby,
paved private access,


$99,500 owner
(866)789-8535
NC77.com.
GEORGIA/ NORTH
CAROLINA Captivating
mountain views,, lakes;
rivers, waterfalls.-
Homesites starting @
$39,900. Log home kits
@ $39,900. Limited
availability. Call
(888)389-3504 X 700
LAKEFRONT
REDEVELOPMENT
OPPORTUNITY!
www.grandeharbor.info.
All water- access
homesites direct from
the developer. -Most
amenities already in. Far
below
market value, from
$79,900. Possible 18 mo.
NO PAYMENTS! .
Call Now! (888)BY,
LAKES.
Waterfront Wilmington,
NC Historic Port City
Coastal Development
The Bluffs on the Cape
Fear. Fastest Growing
County in NC. Grand
Opening Fall 2006.
Direct Ocean Access.
Reconstruction
incentives to call now.
www.thebluffsnc.com
(866)725-8337 Cape-
Fear Bluffs, LLC
Broker.
Western New Mexico
Private 62 Acre Ranch
$129,990 Mt.
views, trees, rolling
hills, pastureland,
borders BLM. 1930's
stone homestead and'
barn, ruins. Horseback
riding, hiking, hunting.
Perfect .family ranch,
electricity. 100%
financing. (866)365-
2825.
TENNESSEE
DEEPWATER..
PROPERTIES! "
STARTING AT ONLY.
39,900! Won'tLast!.Call
Now! (866)950-5263
ext 105.
Steel Buildings
STEEL BUILDINGS
FACTORY DIRECT.
30x40 was $13.290, now
$6,820; 40x60 was
$21,859, now $10,562;
60x80 was $36,148, now
$17,642; Sizes to
100,000 square feet.
Erection & Dealerships
Available. (800)720-
6857.
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Where one call R
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964-6305 473-2210 *496-2261


53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
MCGOVERN'S ESTATE
SALE Yard, barn and
moving sale. Final week
end. Still lots of good
items available. Build-
ers: House full of Bali
mini blinds, Shelfco
closet shelving, large
wooden pool deck (you
take it apart and haul it
off). Plus, one set con-
crete steps, seasoned
oak firewood,-large and
small wire, spool tables,
patio furniture set, high
table, 4'chairs, umbrella,
Sears cartop luggage
carrier, hundreds of L.P.
albums, 2 large jewelry
showcases, one lighted
wall display case, Hank
Aaron 1957 Topps base-
ball card, lots of other
stuff. Sale dates: Friday
9/1, Saturday 9/2, and
Sunday 9/3, 9am-? 717
Nightingale St, 352-473-
4931.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
Children's clothes,
household, misc. 635
NW Highland Ave (near
KHES). Saturday, 9am-


FILL DIRT

for sale

You Pick-up
or
We Haul
.R.L 125 lawtyv
904-759-1191


54
Produce
KING'S FARM HAS fresh
peas for sale. Zipper
Cream and Black
Crowders. Early crop.
Call 904-209-8485.
55
Wanted
I BUY OLD COIN Collec-
tions. Silver dollars, sil-
ver quarters, silver
dimes, nickels, pennies,
proof sets, mint sets, etc.
Call 904-964-3321.
OLD POSTCARDS. We
will buy one card up to
large lots, collections or
albums. Please call
904-422-4200.
57
For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still In
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
-Brand new still boxed.


BANANA BAY
LANDSCAPE INC.
Specializing in
PALMS and TROPICAL
Residential ~ Commercial


ndscape with Sophistication & Attitude
S ady owned & operated by Charlie Revay

352-214-1320 352-475-2885

Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


.Hom-epaxir
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Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrificetS1100.
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.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
4 TIRES COOPER
DURANGO A/T, LT315-
75R-16, 35", load range
D, $180. Call 904-966-
0631.
ARCHERY BOWS PSE
NOVA. Never shot,
$180. Bear white-tail 2,
has case, sites, detach-
able quiver and arrows,
$150. Call 904-966-
0631.
QUEEN SIZE BED
FRAME with box
springs, headboard,
nightstand, 'dresser and
armoire. Approx. 3
years old, looks new.
$1000 OBO, call 964-
5516 or 904-237-4604.
HOTPOINT 21 CU FT UP-
RIGHT FREEZER, ex-
cellent condition. $275
negotiable. Call 904-
Q64-4922.


* Pumps
* Sales
* Parts
* Service

Myers
- ^ ,.


* Title insurance
* Title searches
* Over 13 years
in the title industry


USED 16FT PROWLER
TRAVEL TRAILER,
$500. Small handheld
electric generator, $100.
Call 850-758-6103.
LOFT BUNK BED SET -
Built-in desk and book-
case, 6 drawers, white-
washed, excellent condi-
tion, $400.. Call 352-
473-2365.
CULTURED MARBLE
BATHTUB, new, 72x42,
Whirlpool with skirt,
splashes and pump.
$600 firm. Call 904-509-
7204.
59
RPersonal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and Insured. Call 386-


Rotary Well Dri
864 N. Temple Ave. US
Starke, FL


496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
HANDYMAN WORK mow-
ing, vinyl siding, under-
pinning, tin roofs, pump
houses, replace win-
dows, concrete work,
pressure washing
(doublewides $100,
singlewides $75), etc.
Will beat any written es-
timates, call 352-485-
2264.
SECRETARIAL SER-
VICES Typesetting, re-
sumes, etc. Call Melissa
at 904-364-6463.
IRRIGATION & LAND-
SCAPE Solutions. Com-
plete lawn maintenance
and irrigation services.
High quality landscape
lighting. Licensed & In-
sured. Master card &
Visa, free estimates,
commercial & residen-
tial. Call 386-965-8091
pr 352-214-1136.
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Limerock,
crush create, asphalt
millings, building sands,
gravels, tractor work.
We haul, we spread.
Business 904-782-3172,
mobile 904-509-9126.
Monday through Satur-
day.
LOVING RELIABLE
CHILDCARE, state reg-
istered. Call Vicki, 964-
3629.
CHILDCARE IN MY LAKE
BUTLER HOME. 30+
ears experience. All


* Real estate closings
- purchases, refinances
~ cash transactions
-.loan packages


Senice
is our


Priority


Cathy Skelly
Office Manager


True 30-year fixed rate

commercial loans

(WITH GUARANTEED RATE REDUCTION EVERY
5 YEARS WITH GOOD PAYMENT HISTORY)


-MD MAL USNSSOFTH YA


904-964-8111
TOLL FREE 866-964-8111

105 Edwards Rd., Starke

www.TrinityMortgageFL.com


hours, great rate, bal-
anced meals. Call 386-
496-1062.
AFFORDABLE, DEPEND-
ABLE house cleaning,
weekly, biweekly,
monthly or new con-
struction & dry foam car-
pet shampooing, win-
dows. Call for free quote
904-769-1541.
LAKEAREA HANDYMAN.
Painting, pressure
washing, carpentry re-
pairs, etc. Free esti-
mates, references. Call
Johnny, 352-478-6306.
65
Help Wanted
SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,


CALL
TODAY!

04-964-400(
866-964-4207

1107 S. Walnut St
Starke, Florida
locatede d Behind Bradford
County Eyes Center)


I' MORTGAGE
BANKERS
ASSOCIATION
ir' vtAng in co 1n 1iities


fertilizing etc. Full time
40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la-
boreis, Class A CDL
drivers- valid Drivers li-
cense a Must! Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292
or call 904-275-4960,
EOE. Drug Free Work-
place.
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS needed, Crew
leader & helper positions
available, full time and
part time available, ben-
efits. Apply in person at
Authorized Construction
Services, 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Technologies,
located in Keystone
Heights is accepting ap-
plications for assembly
positions. Will train.
Hours are from Monday
thru Thursday from 7am
to 3:30pm, and Friday
from 6:30am to 3:300m.


Jenny v. iviann
Branch Manager/.
Mortgage Consultant


$85,000

Bungalow on
Santa Fe Canal




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$194,900
3/1 A-frame on 1 AC
White Sands Lake

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Starting salary is $7.25
per hour. DWFP, good
benefits. Call 352-473-
4984.
2ND SHIFT Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vancement. Hours are
from Monday thru Fri-
day from 3:00pm to
11:30pm. Starting salary
is $7.25 per hour. Ameri-
can Access Technolo-
gies is located in Key-
stone Heights. DWFP,
good benefits. Call 352-
473-4984.
HOME SUPPORT Staff to
work with developmen-
tally disabled individuals
in group homes in
Starke. Requires High


auzanne ijoraon
Mortgage Consultant


School Diploma or GED,
valid FL drivers license
with good driving record.
$8.25 hour plus benefits
EOE/M/F/D/V call 904-
964-8082 or 904-964-
1468
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking, de-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends. Starting pay
at $8.50. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016.
SEAFOOD COMPANY IN
GREEN COVE
SPRINGS needs pro-
duction workers immedi-
ately. Day and night
shifts available with ben-


In just 71 Days...
you can have the skills
you need to get a job as a

Dental Assistant
10 week course, Saturday only
Tuition $1950 Payment Plans
call Christi@
Jacksonville Dental Assistant
School
for info-packet:
904-398-3401
next class starts:
Nov. 4, 2006
Reg. by FL Commission for Independent Educaiton








Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

ICall Glen Lourcey
FORD DESIGN GROUP, 2-485-1818


FORD DESIGN GROUP, LLC


10507 Leader Lane, Orlando, Florida
Phone: (352)494-5442 (321) 235-1250
STEEL JOIST, DECK,
STRUCTURAL STEEL DETAILING.
ARCHITECTURAL AND CIVIL
DRAFTING AND DESIGN SERVICE.
PRODUCTSAND SERVICES
JOIST DETAILING
STEEL DETAILING
CIVIL SITE LAYOUT AND'
CONSTRUCTION DRAWING- '*
*ARCHITECTURAL LAYOUT,
DETAILS, AND DESIGN
DRAFTING SERVICES
PLANS REVIEW
SITE GRADING


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Refinance &
Purchases


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~ Conventional
New Construction
Home Equity Loans
- No Income Verificatior
Loans

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S"$189,900
is 3/2 brick home. 1 AC.
arena White Sands Lake.


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7396 SR-21 N., Keystone Heights
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Mult Million Dollar Producer melissa@helenhersey.com


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Drivers:

Excellent Benefits and Pay!

Stable and Successful Company!

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history required.

Dave: 3440 W. 20th St.

Jacksonville, FL 32254


Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings
Decorative Concrete
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Pumping & Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
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Mobile: (904) 364-7153


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Roofing, Inc.

Licensed & Insured

(904) 964-8304

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Classified Ads


a-^v Where one call i
does it all!

964-6305 473-2210-496-2261


' efits optional. Starting at
$7/hr. Call 904-284-
6053.
SMALL GROUP HOME
NEEDS ASSISTANCE
with disabled adults from
11-7am. 2 years of ex-
perience required. Can
substitute college credit.
Background and drug
test required. Tempo-
rary position, apply at
ARC of Bradford, 1351
S Water St, Starke, FL
904-964-7699.
ACCOUNTING CLERK 4
years of accounting ex-
perience, proficient with
Excel and Access, back-
ground screening and
drug test required. Call
904-964-7699.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR SECURITY OF-
FICERS in Palatka area,
class "D" security license
and valid FL drivers li-
cense required. Hiring
bonus to qualified appli-
cants. Call 386-325-
2001x4351 for appoint-
ment. EOEM/F/D/V.
MECHANICS GREAT
PAY AND BENEFITS.
All shifts available. Ex-
perienced truck trailer.
Centurion Auto Trans-
port, 800-889-8139.
NOW HIRING Experi-
enced Concrete Fore-
man. Valid driver's li-
cense a must. Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292
or call 904-275-4960.
EOE, Drug Free Work-
place.
CLERICAL HELP
NEEDED for busy con-
struction office. Good
communication skills,
computer skills, MS Of-
fice QuickBooks and
Human Resources ex-
perience a plus. Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292
or call 904-275-4960.
EOE, Drug Free Work-
place.
FULL-TIME CLERK
WANTED, including
weekends. Apply at
Webb's Antique Mall,
441/175 Ellisville, 386-
758-0016. $7/hr.
DISABLED WOMAN
needs minimal assis-
tance. Flexible hours,
Monday thru Friday,
Starke area. Call 904-
964-5926 or 904-276-
9722.
PART-TIME OR FULL-
TIME HOUSEKEEPER
needed. Call 904-769-
3171.
CROSBY LAKE CEM-
ETERY ASSOCIATION
Is looking fora part-time


Bookkeeper/Business
Manager. Pay is nego-
tiable. Contact Freeman
Register Ill, President for
further information, 352-
468-2703.
DENTAL ASSISTANT 5
YEARS EXPERIENCE
required. Fax resume to
904-396-4924. Don't
have experience yet?
See the ad for Jackson-
ville Dental Assistant
School in the Education
Section of the Classified
Ads of this paper. It
starts with the headline:
"In Just 71 Days, You
Can Have The Skills You
Need To Get A Job As A
Dental Assistant."
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR FULL AND PART
TIME EMT certified Se-
curity Officers in Palatka
area. EMT Certification,
and valid FL drivers li-
cense required. Class
"D" Security License pre-
ferred, training assis-
tance available. Hiring
bonus for qualified appli-
cants. Call 386-325-
2001 ext 4351 or 904-
281-0070 ext 206 for
appt. Palatka am@
bellsouth.net. EOE M/F/


DN.
EXPERIENCED CDA
TEACHER needed for
fast growing learning
center. For more infor-
mation, call Michele at
352-473-2008.
NEED A BETTER JOB?
Want more money? Get
a new career! American
Construction Training is
now training Heavy
Equipment Operators.
All inclusive, call now 1-
800-219-2352.
REGISTERED NURSES -
Want to make a differ-
ence in your commu-
nity? Work in Public
Health. The Bradford
County Health Depart-
ment is seeking 3 Reg-
istered Nurses, position
#64060490 (closing date
8/30/06), position
#68773 (closing date 8/
31/06). (School Health
position) and position
#64067672 (closing date
9/6/06). Must be li-
censed as a Registered
Professional Nurse pur-
suant to Chapter 464,
Florida Statutes. Must
be fingerprinted and
drug screened. May be
required to work extra


TOWN&COUNTRY




2 Sales Persons Needed

- MUST be highly motivated
- MUST need to make lots of $$$$$$$$
- MUST be career minded
- MUST need to make lots of $$$$$$$$
- MUST be aggressive
- MUST need to make lots of $$$$$$$$
GREAT BENEFITS
GREAT COMMISSION PLAN
AWESOME TRAINING
NO EXPERIENCE
Call Tony
904-964-7200


KRYSTAL
582 N. Temple Avenue (Hwy 301)
Starke, FL




NOW HIRING

Assistant Managers, Shift Managers,

and Crew AT PREMIUM PAY
Apply in person at our Starke location
Interviews between 1:30 4:00 pm
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE




WANTED


PART-TIME DISPATCHER

(Days, Nights & Some Weekends)
To work in our Lake Butler Facility.
Apply in'person at

Pritchett Trucking, Inc.

1050 SE 6th St. (State Road 121)
S c Lake Butler, FL.

or call Don Montgomery at
888-578-1842
386-496-2630


NOW HIRING CLASS A CDL DRIVERS


WE OFFER A COMPETITIVE PAYV
AND BENEFITS PACKAGE
INCLUDING MEDICAL, DENTAL
AND VISION PLAN, 401K,
PAID VACATION AND
QUARTERLY SAFETY BONUS


DRIVERS WORK A 4 DAY WORK WEEK
AND ARE HOME DAILY
WITH WEEKENDS OFF


ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING
SHOULD APPLY IN PERSON AT:
PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP
4041 NE 54TH AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL
PH. (352) 378-8844 ext 338


--- PJ- Performance

SIood Group


hours or days in the
event of an emergency.
Starting salary is
$35,000. Applications
will be accepted online
at https://peoplefirst.
myflorida.com/ or com-
pleted State of Florida ,
applications may be
faxed to (904)636-2627.
Call 1-877-562-7287 for
assistance in applying
online. EEO/AA/VP
Employer.
CDL CLASS A well
established carrier is
looking for experienced
drivers with a minimum
of two years tractor
trailer experience. We
offer a five day work
week and our drivers are
home every night.
Health, dental, & 401K
available. Must pass
DOT requirements.
Please contact Don
Turner at 800-488-0409.
We are an equal,


opportunities employer.
EXPERIENCED WELD-
ERS NEEDED. Alumi-
num mig and tig experi-
ence. For more info, call
352-473-6882.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator II
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, must have
good drivers license and
own transportation,
Middleburg area, with at
least 6 months commer-
cial exp. Call Larry at
352-473-2542.
CAREGIVERS NEEDED.
We need your help to
make a difference in the
lives of older adults by
helping them in their
homes. No certification
required. Car/flexibility
required. If you want a


WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATES

PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP,
GAINESVILLE, FL IS NOW
HIRING HIGHLY MOTIVATED
WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATES FOR
OUR SHIPPING CREW.

ASSOCIATES WILL WORK
SUNDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
IN A DISTRIBUTION WAREHOUSE.

PFG OFFERS A COMPETITIVE
PAY AND BENEFITS
PACKAGE INCLUDING. A MEDICAL,
DENTAL AND VISION PLAN,
401K AND PAID VACATION

ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING
SHOULD APPLY IN PERSON AT:
PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP
4041 NE 54T" AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL
PH. (352) 378-8844 ext. 338


,--e Performance
'4 rFood Group


job you can feel good
about, we want you
working for us. Home
Instead Senior Care, call
today, 904-350-1648.
FL Reg#227408.
JOIN THE ALCOA TEAM!
Sales and Marketing
Administrative Assistant.
REDD Team Manufac-
turing; a division of
Alcoa, located in Key-
stone Heights, FL is
looking for a full-time
Sales & Marketing Ad-
ministrative Assistant to



LAlKE CITY
CI NIVITn COLLEGE
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN I
A paraprofessional position
managing serials, and
newspapers. cataloging and
processing new books, and
assisting with acquisitions,
reference and circulation.
MARC cataloging experience
required. Associate degree in
appropriate area plus three years
library experience, or High
School diploma, or equivalent,
with five years library
experience. Working knowledge
of EX Libris Aleph software and
knowledge of Dewey Decimal
System preferred.
Salary: $21,612 plus benefits
Application deadline:
September 14, 2006
NURSING LAB
INSTRUCTOR
168 Day full-time,
Grant Funded Position
Conduct the learning experience
in the laboratory preparing
nursing students for clinical
experiences. Responsible for lab
preparation, organization,
inventory and maintenance.
BS in Nursing, State of Florida
RN license (or license eligible).
and 3 years experience in
acute/skilled care facility.
Salary based on degree
and experience.
Application review .
will begin immediately.
College application required.
Position details and
application available on the
web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment


WHITEHEAD BROS.,INC.

LAKE CITY LOGISTICS







Over-The-Road Drivers Needed!
New trucks with ThermoKing APU's. 1800 watt inverters, top
of th^ line leather seats, walk-in condo sleepers;, and new air-
ride front suspension for a smoother ride than you have ever
experienced. Home several nights most weeks as we have a
good mixture of regional and over the road. Home most
weekends. Personalized dispatching that comes from only
dispatching 25 trucks locally. Earn up to 30% of revenue
immediately. NO WAITING!!! New increased layover pay. Up
to $100.00 per day. 2 weeks vacation. $1200.00 per year
Safety Bonus. Driver of the Year bonus. Driver recruitment
bonus. Medical and dental insurance. Need 2 years experience.


CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE

904-368-0777 or 888-919-8898


AVON WANTS YOU

RtIPRISt:NTATIVES NEEDED IN
ALL AREAS
EARN EXTRA MONEY NOW FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
Earn a little money or a lot
Your choice, your way
$10 Start up fee Start Today!
Start up commission 50% Do your
own shopping at 50% discount.

Visit my Avon store and recruiting/training
center @ Waldo Flea Market.

To buy your Avon needs instantly or to start
your Avon Career Sat/Sun 9-4
Call Sherry (Independent Sales Rep.)
904-964-8851
Toll Free 1-800-269-4126 code #05
Cell 407-361-0375


join our team. You will
be responsible for Sales
& Marketing control and
support, customer prod-
uct management, data
files management, sales
support and customer
service. Must be profi-
cient with MS Office pro-
grams, including MS Ex-
cel, Power Point, MS
Wora and MS Outlook.
Answer telephone, orga-
nize files and other docu-
ments. Must be detail
oriented, well organized,
self-motivated, team ori-
ented as well as have
excellent verbal and
communication skills.
College degree desir-
able but not essential. 3-
5 years of experience in
administrative support
required. Competitive
salary and excellent
benefits. If you feel
you're the right one for
this position, please fax
or email resumes to
Maria.Gall@alcoa.com
or fax to 352-473-1845.
No phone calls, please.
DFWP, EEOC. Visit our
website: www.redd
team.com orwww.alcoa.
com.


CLERICAL HELP
NEEDED. Full time for
busy trucking office.
Good communication
and computer skills, MS
Office, QuickBooks, A/P,
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By TERRY BRADLEY /p^ -.. _,
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I'm pleased to tell you that
we've finally made it through
the hot, humid days of August.
The promise of September is
cooler days, plenty of football
and lots of hunting.
The afternoon thunderstorms
are helping out -our dry
conditions and we should get
some rain from Enesto-our
area fishing holes are in need
of water. As we head into fall,
the best thing that could
happen is we get enough rain
to fill up all our lakes and
rivers. This will make for
excellent fishing in the fall and
next year will be as good as
this year.
The fishing scene always
slows down in August. The
fish never really stop biting, it
just gets so hot that folks slow
down a bit. It's hard to venture
too far from the cool AC.
Temperatures begin to cool
down in September and


fishermen turn their attention
to speckled perch. All our area
lakes and rivers hold plenty of
specks. Some of the more
popular. ones are Hampton,
Sampson, Santa Fe and
Lochloosa lakes.
However, activity at area
lakes and rivers is half of what
it is in the spring. A lot of
fishermen turn their attention
to hunting in the fall. If you
don't hunt, you'll have a lot of
fishing holes to yourself.
Let's turn our attention to
the upcoming hunting season.
Bow hunters are out.in force
getting ready for the season.
Bow hunting in our area opens
Saturday, Sept. 23, and runs
through Sunday, Oct. 22.
Our first-ever crossbow
season begins Oct. 23 and runs
through Oct. 27. The good
news about this season is that
you can hunt with your bow.
The only difference between


bow and crossbow season is
you can only shoot antlered
deer.
The week between archery
and muzzleloading seasons is
always during the rut."This
should be an excellent time to
bag a nice buck with a bow or
crossbow.
Muzzleloading season is
Oct. 28-Nov. 5 and general
gun season is Nov. 11-Jan. 21.
Bald Eagle Bait. and Tackle
in Keystone Heights held its
annual Classic Bass
Tournament on Aug. 23, with
34 boats qualifying. The
winners were Chris Kadlec and
C.K. Ryan with five fish
weighing 16.14 pounds.
The duo also landed the
biggest bass, which weighed
6.28 pounds.
Second place went to Shane
O'Neal and Jared Crews with
five fish weighing 13.54
pounds and third place went to
Jeff Fitts with four fish
weighing 12.28 pounds.
Everyone knows I have a
Terry's Huntin' and Fishin'
store in Macclenny also. I'm a
Baker County boy and I have a
lot of friends in the Starke
area. We'll be pulling for pur
teams this Friday night. This
football rivalry between Baker
County and Bradford goes
back a long way, but when it's
said and done, we'll, all be
friends the next day.
I'll catch up with you in a
couple of weeks and we'll talk
a little more about hunting.


Bradford runners set a


number PRs at jamboree


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Ten cross country runn
from Bradford Middle a
Bradford High school
recorded personal-record tin
at the Buchholz Jamboree
Santa Fe Community Colle
in Gainesville on Aug. 26.
The middle school and hi
school runners ran together
the jamboree, in which
places were recorded. Bradfc
coach John Loper said not
of Bradford's runne
S competed-just those he a
the coaching staff felt w<


ended their first drive of the
game.
That fumble was recovered
by the Bucs at the Keystone
49. From there, they drove to
the 17-yard line before turning
the ball over on downs.
The Indians took care of the
ball the second time they
touched it, putting together a
'12-play, 83-yard drive that ate
,.up nearly seven minutes.
Running back Greg Taylor,
who finished the game with 86
* yards on 14 carries, was the
workhorse. He had" seven
carries for 39 yards, bLt it was
a pass that capped the drive-a
3-yarder from Blake Lott to
*Josh Mangus for a touchdown
.,at the 6:25 mark of the second
quarter.
Michael McLeod added the
PAT for a 7-0 lead.
Keystone's next drive
consisted of only five plays,

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for Bradford, including Carlton
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nd who led the Bradford runners
ls with times of 23:08 and 25:30,
ies respectively.
at David Weeks ran a time, of
;ge 25:37, followed by three
runners with PR times: Luke
gh Thompson (26:24), Simon
at Crawford (27:00) and Rowdy
no -Rensberger (27:18).
)rd
all Sean Andrews finished with
;rs a time of 27:26, while Thomas
nd Boyette and Don Huitt had
ere PRo qf 27:56 and 29:07,


but it covered 56 yards. Runs,
of 5 and 10 yards by Kyle
Cravey and Taylor,
respectively, gave the Indians
first downs before Dickinson
called an old play he .had 'seen
Union County run. The result
of that call was Cameron
Yarbrough scoring on an end-
around from 34 yards out,
putting the Indians, with the
PAT, up 14-0 with ,1:57
remaining in the half. I
"I thought we'd have a
chance with (that play)
because now we've got
somebody who can run that
thing," Dickinson said.
The Indians were not done
scoring in the half, even
though they did not get the ball
back until just 40 seconds
remained on the clock. A 31-
yard reception by Yarbrough
moved the Indians to. the
Branford '14. Lott then threw
t wo s traig ht
incompletions-looking for,


respectively.
Travis Ledger crossed the'
line in 29:18, followed by
James Ramseur with a PR of
30:20 and Jordan Dyal with a
PR of 31:01.
N'atali- Powell- led the
Bradford girls and was the
only one to record .a PR with a'
time of 25:15.
The remaining Bradford
girls and their times were:
Ashley Sutherland 25:45,
Samantha Steffan 27:05,
Christina Jordan 28:26,
Mehgan Perry 36:18 and
Tracey Ledger 36:29.


Yarbrough each time-before
finally connecting with Taylor
for the game's third and final
touchdown.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 0 0 0
KHHS: 0 21 0


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Scoring Summary
K: Mangus 3 pass from Lott
(McLeod kick)
K: Yarbrough 34 run
(McLeod kick)
K: Taylor 14 pass from Lott
(McLeod kick)


Team Statistics
K.
First Downs 8
Rushes/Yds. 34-200
Passing Yds. 61
Passes 4-12-0
Punts 3-31
Fumbles-Lost 3-1
Penalties 5-40


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captains Chelsea Jackson and Laquisha Williams, (middle row) Latasha Smith,
Ashley Johnson, Lakia Bright, Destyn Gibson, (back row) assistant coach
Samantha Harmon, Sherraine Stephens, Loretta Jackson, Juanita Carter, Nicole
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Bradford Middle volleyball


team starts season 1-1


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford Middle School
volleyball' team opened its
season on the road against
Chiefland on Aug. 28, splitting
a double header.
Latasha Smith had nine
service points for the
Hurricanes in the first game,
then scored seven points-six
of which were aces-in the
second game.
Captain Chelsea Jackson had
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This year's team is
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Bradford plays travels to
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Sept. 5, then travels to play
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Thursday, Sept. 7.
The Hurricanes play their
first home matches on
Monday, Sept. 11.
The remaining schedule is:
at Fort White Sept. 19, at home
against Lake Butler Sept. 25,
at home against Keystone
Sept. 25 and at home against
Ruth Raines Oct. 2.


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double headers, are scheduled:
for 5 p.m. with the exception
of the Sept. 19 Fort White-
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