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Homecoming:
a weeklong
event

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Tonight, the homecoming
queen and king will be
announced at Tiger Growl, but
Union County High School
homecoming festivities kicked
off Monday with the first day
of spirit week.
Each day students could
dress up as long as they were
still within the dress code.
Monday was "nerd/wacky
day;" Tuesday was "super hero
day" and Wednesday was
"camouflage day."
Today, Thursday, Nov. 2, is
"favorite college team day,"
and the week will wrap up
Friday with "purple/gold day."
Students should dress up to
support their school.
Students will perform skits
and the homecoming queen
and king will be announced at
Tiger Growl tonight.
The event begins at 7:30
p.m. at the football stadium
and will cost $2 per person.
On Friday, Nov. 3, the
homecoming parade line-up
will begin at 11 a.m. at
Sprinkle Field, with the parade
actually beginning at noon.
See the map for the actual
parade route.
Festivities will wind down
when the Union County Tigers
meet the Springfield
Rutherford Rams at 7:30 p.m.
on Friday night.
The Rotary Club of Lake
Butler will hold its shotgun
drawing at halftime, so if you
haven't purchased your $2
ticket, visit the Union County
Times office, 125 E. Main St.,
or see any Rotary member.









Toys for Kids
sign-up times
Families who are in
need of help at Christmas
can sign their children up
at the Lake Butler
Elementary School
Cafeteria on Saturday,
Nov.- 4, from 10 a.m. 1
p.m. and Monday, Nov. 6,
from 4-6 p.m.

Elections office
announces
early voting
The Union County
Supervisor of Elections
office is holding early
voting for the Nov. 7
election from now until
Saturday, Nov. 4.
The elections office will
open from 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
on Saturday to
accommodate early voters.
Hospital to
hold 5th health
fair Nov. 3
The Fifth Annual Union
County Health Fair will be
held Friday, Nov. 3, from
8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the
Lake Butler Community
Center.
More than 25 vendors
will be present offering
free health screenings,
such as blood sugar, blood
pressure, bone density and
more.
Cholesterol screenings
can be done for $10, and
flu shots are $13.
The first 10 cholesterol
screenings are free. For
the most a-ccurate
screening results, fasting
is recommended for four
to six hours prior to the
screening.
There will be free food,
prizes and much more.
The Union County Health
Fair is sponsored by Lake
Butler Hospital/Hand
Surgery Center.


Who will be next to wear the crowns?
Union County High School's weeklong homecoming festivities continue tonight,
Thursday, Nov. 2, as the king and queen will be named at Tiger Growl, held at 7:30
p.m. at the stadium. ABOVE: This year's queen contestants are (1-r) Michelle
Hunter, Ashlyn Woodington, Hali Perryman and Celeste'Wilson. BELOW: King
contestants are (1-r) Wade McDowell, Brett Maddox, Austen Roberts and Brandon
Shoup.


State, federal races

warrant trip to polls


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Ti-ines Editor
All of Union County's local
races were decided in the
primary, but there are still
plenty of state and federal
races and amendments on the
ballot to merit a trip down to
your polling site on Tuesday.
Nov. 7.
All the voting districts
stayed the same this year,.
except for Worthington
Springs.' -.
Worthington's district 3A
will no longer vote at the
Methodist church. Instead,
they will vote at the new
community center, which is
now complete.
All polls are open from 7
a.m. to.7 p.m.
Below are some major races
that might interest voters.
including .representative in
congress .,and judicial
candidates.

Circuit judge
candidates
Stan Griffis

BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Stan GrilTis of Alachua is
running for the seat on the
circuit bench in Group 4 of the
Eighth Judicial. Circuit, a'seat
being vacated by retiring Judge
Maurice Giunta.
.The Eighth Circuit serves
both Bradford and Union
counties, so local voters will
have a hand in making the
choice.
Griffis grew up on a farm in
Alachua and he and his wife,
Jcnnicir.nov'. a., n Ilu] _near
\\illiston where registered
Angus cattle are raised.
"Hard work. fairness and
earning respect by respecting
others are some of the guiding
values that my father taught


me while growing up on our
farm," said Griffis. "These
values guide my professional
life."
He earned his bachelor's
degree in criminal justice from
the University of Florida in
1991 and went on to earn a
master's degree in business
administration from the
University of North Florida in
1994. Griffis entered law
school at the University of
Miami, but transferred to
Florida State University and
earned his doctorate from that
law school in 1997.
While still in law school,
Griffis worked as a legislative
intern for the health care
committee of the Florida
House of Representatives. He
helped draft bills and
amendments and analyzed bills
being examined by legislators.
After obtaining his degree,
he worked for three years as an
attorney in Gainesville. Griffis
got experience in civil law. A
significant portion of the cases
heard in circuit court are
family law cases.
In 2000, Griffis became a
partner in the firm and acted as
office manager. He was a trial
lawyer and handled cases
including criminal defense,
family law and cases going
before the Appellate Court. He*
said he personally handled
hundreds of cases.
Circuit judges hear a"great '
number of felony cases, so
Griffis said this experience
will be a plus if he is elected.
His background in business
management led to his
handling the accounts,
prcpaiing tax documents and
billing, etc., for the firm. He
said;that c\perience will also
serve him, sirnc c Icuit judges
are expected to keep a rein on
court costs and help-craft a
reasonable budget.

See VOTE, p.5A


Local farmer: 1 of 8 to

receive environmental award


Eight Santa Fe River Basin farm
producers involved in the Suwannee River
Partnership CARES program received
awards for their exceptional environmental
stewardship at Marc DeChamplain's
Heaven's Gate Farm in Gilchrist County on
Oct. 5.
This included one local farmer, Marvin
Smith.
CARES-the County Alliance for
Responsible Environmental
Stewardship-was initiated by Florida Farm
Bureau and the Suwannee River Partneiship
to highlight efforts by farm owners to
improve natural resource management in the
Suwannee River Basin. The partnership
includes more than 50 local, regional, state
and federal agencies, research institutions,
industry associations, businesses and
conservation groups.
Farm owners who have met verifiable
standards of excellence, in :resource
management receive a CARES designation
and earn the privilege of posting a sign on
their properties identifying them as award
winners for their good; work. One of the
keys to the success of the program involves
site visits by public officials who assess the
implementation of state-of-the-art resource
management techniques, or best
management practices, at the farm property.
"Farmers have long been good stewards
of the land," said Andrew Walmsely,
environmental services coordinator for
Florida Farm Bureau. "Now. with new
information and technology available,
farmers are able to be even more proactive
when it comes to protecting the
environment."
Recently, the Florida Legislature granted
the Department of Agriculture and


Consumer Services the authority to create
the Environmental Stewardship-Certification
Program (ESCP).
The ESCP is a three-part program
consisting of quality assurance, education
and CARES recognition: Farmers enrolled
in the ESCP will implement sound, positive
environmental practices while establishing

and following environmental management
plans that maintain profitability.
Rich Budell, .Office of Agriculture Water
Policy assistant director with .the
Department of Agriculture, speaking to the
,crowd of over 200 attending the dinner,
pointed out that the farmers being
recognized had voluntarily. implemented
best management practices that increased
the efficiency of their operations and helped
protect the environment.
"The future of the state lies in privately
,held lands," he said. "We need to assist
those landowners."
CARES award recipients included the
following individuals:
Union County Marvin Smith: beef
cattle, forage crops and fresh market
vegetables; Columbia County Rod
Bowdoin; Gilchrist County William and
Jason Roberts; Doug Simpson; Le\ y County
- Tommy Harper; Alachua County -
Lawrence and Curtis Davis; Robert, Steven,
David and Merle Hines; David, Mark and
Brad Hodge.
The Florida Farm Bureau Federation is
the state's largest general-interest
agricultural association with about 140,000
member-families statewide. Headquartered
in Gainesville, the Federatio-n is an
independent, nonprofit agricultural
organization.


Worthington needs old photographs

The City of Worthington Springs would framed to give residents an idea of how the
like anyone with old photographs of community used to be.
Worthington Springs to bring in copies of If you have any photographs, please call
photos for use in the new community center. John Rimes, president of the city
Photos will be blown up, matted and commission, at (352) 538-7010.


Above, Mandy Norcross of Lake Butler takes
her son, Adam, trick or treating in his duck
costume on Halloween night.

Look on page 3A to see if

your little duckling made

the Trick or Treat page.


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section.

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Page2A UNION COUNTY TIMES Nov. 2, 2006



Have your child's portrait made for a good cause


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Want to have your child's
portrait professionally taken,
but not pay an arm and a leg
around the holidays for it?
The Union County fire
departments have a perfect
way for you to get a high-
quality, low-cost portrait and
help out a good cause at the
same time.
Through General


Farmers must
register by
Nov. 3 for ag
workshop

BY JACQUE BREMAN
Special-to the Times
Friday, Nov. 3, is the
deadline to register for the Ag.
Enterprise Workshops for
North Florida at NFREC-
Suwannee Valley, outside of
Live Oak, that will be held on
Wednesday, Nov. 8.
Registration can be made by
phone by calling (386) 362-
1725, ext. 101. Registration
includes workshop materials,
lunch and refreshments.
There is a fee of $20 (late
registration) due when you
attend. The workshops will
start at 8 a.m. and continue
-until 2:15 p.m.
One and a half CORE
C.E.U.'s will be offered for
those attending the 8:30 a.m.
and 9:50 a.m. Pesticide
Applicator Training sessions
taught by Jacque Breman. This
is a great opportunity to earn
those CORE C.E.U.'s for your
Private Pesticide Applicators
License renewal.
Other sessions include
information on best
management practices for
water quality, greenhouse
crops, food plots and native
plants for wildlife, cover crops
for organic farmers, forages
for horses, goat and sheep
nutrition, deciduous fruit
crops, selling value-added
products by direct marketing,
and southern heritage



Dinnersale .
Nov. 4 to
benefit WS
church
The New Jerusalem Full
Gospel Church will be selling
chicken dinners for $5 on
Saturday, Nov. 4, from 11:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Dinners will include potato
salad, green beans, macaroni
and cheese, a roll and dessert.
The church is located at the
comer of S.R. 121 and C.R. 18
at the caution light in
Worthington Springs.
For more information,
contact Roseanna Barnett at
(386) 496-1461, or -Annette
Seay at (386) 496-3383.


Get revived
Nov. 6-10 at
Worthington
church
The New Jerusalem Full
Gospel Church will hold a
revival from Monday, Nov. 6,
to Friday, Nov. 10.
Evangelist Calvin Robinson
will speak nightly at 7 p.m. at
the church located at the
corner of S.R. 121 and C.R. 18
at the caution light in
Worthington Springs.
Everyone is welcome.
For more information, call
Annette Seay at (386) 496-
3383, or Roseanna Seay at
(386) 496-1461.

Nov. 13 pool
tournament
to benefit
Toys for Kids
A pool, dart and bowling
tournament will be held
Monday, Nov. 13, at the
Double Deuce in Lake Butler.
Sign-up will be from 5:30-6
p.m., and the tournament will
start aftek that.
There'is a $10 entry fee to
participate in the pool
tournament, and a $5 fee for
both the dart and bowling
tournaments.
All proceeds will benefit the
Lake Butler Toys for Kids
program.
For more information,
contact Felicia Settles at (386)
496-9094.


Photographic Resources, the
fire departments will hold
portrait sessions called "Puttin'
on the Ritz," from Nov. 9-12.
GPR will provide tuxldos,
gowns and props for children
ages 3 months to 10 years old
to have their pictures taken for
only $9.95. Older children can
be in the portrait with their
younger siblings, but must
provide their own clothing.
As a fund-raiser to
organizations, GPR the gives
all of the $9.95 to the fire


vegetables.
Directions to the NFREC-
Suwannee Valley from Lake
Butler are: Take 1-75 north to
White Springs/Live Oak Exit
439. Turn' right onto C.R. 136
and continue west. Go west
approximately six miles to
C.R. 417. Turn left (south)
onto C.R. 417, and go one
mile. The entrance to the
research farm will be on the
left.
Brochures with detailed
agendas, directions and
registration information are
included in the November
issue of the Homestead &
Farm Notes newsletter, which
is available at the Union
County Extension Office,
Union County Library, Lake
Butler Farm Center,
Hillandale, Smith and Sons,
and Hobo Tractor.
Jacque Breman is Union
County's Extension director.
He has a Ph.D in agronomy,
plant genetics.

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departments. This year, the
money will go to support the
Fifth Annual Big Red
Christmas Drive, which
provides toys and clothes to


families in the community
during the holiday season.
From the portrait money,
parents will receive a three-
sheet portrait package (one 8 x


This is a sample of GPR's "Puttin' on the Ritz" $10
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size photos). Additional photos
and additional poses can be
done at an additional reduced
price.
If you are interested in
getting your child's portrait
made, you must schedule a
local appointment by calling
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Appointments must be made
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appointment, which will take
place on Thursday, Nov. 9, to
Sunday, Nov. 12, at the Lake
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These colorful characters, (front, I-r) Bobbie Grace
Barber, Ally Chapman, (back) Shelbie Barber,
Kierstin Jenkins and Karsyn Jenkins, know it is
always safer to trick or treat in groups on Halloween


(L-R) Karah, Union County Public Library aide Joannie Harvey, Arthur, Dianne
Hannon, Landen and Taryn get in the Halloween spirit at the library's storytime
program "Which Witch is Which?"


Paul Kish (right) hands out candy-with his wife, Maria (not pictured)-to Kyle
"Cody" Todd, 4, who was dressed as Alice Cooper, and Dylan Seay, 3. Amy Todd,
22, helped the youngsters keep track of the Halloween candy in her witch
costume.


(L-R) Skip Slater, Eileen Slater and Denise Hines pass out candy to children at the
RMC housing area. Their yard was filled with fake coffins and a ghost ship for
kids to explore. So many people were on hand at the housing area that law
enforcement personnel were on hand to direct traffic. Not pictured was guest
Stuart Bilsky.


While Erlinda Waters looks on to the next house, her
son 2-year-old son Tyler Waters takes a second look
at the house where he just collected candy. Tyler
was dressed as a penguin.



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First Baptist of LB welcomes new pastor


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
There are some big changes
in the works at First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler.
If you've driven down Main
Street lately, the outside
renovations are quite
noticeable, but change is
happening inside, as well.
On Oct. 1, Jason Johns
became the new pastor of the
church, taking Rusty
Womack's place.
Johns has been married to
his wife, Nancy, for eight
years. They have two children,
Chloe, 4, and Dawson, 7.
Dawson is in the first grade at
Lake Butler Elementary
School.
While the Johns family has
been in Kentucky for the last
six 'years, it was God's calling
that brought them back to their
Florida roots.
"Florida is home for us,"
Johns said.
He is from Hilliard where he


worked with his dad at a
logging business. His wife is
from Callahan.
In 1997, Johns said he
became a Christian ,and
afterward began working with
young people.
As the ministry grew, so did
his love of service.
"It became my passion to
work with young people," he
said.
He had been the full-time
youth pastor at Buford Grove
Baptist Church-near
Hilliard-when he again felt
called in a different direction.
"I felt called to teach, preach
the Bible," he said, but in a
more widespread way.
Instead of just working with
church youth, he wanted to
become a senior pastor.
Johns, his wife and Dawson
(only 7 months old at the time)
moved to Shepherdsville, Ky.,
to follow his calling in May of
2000.
"It was a pretty hard thing,"


Johns said of the move.
As hard as it must have
been, while in Kentucky, the
church Johns was pastoring at
doubled in size, from 135
average attendance to 270.
He eventually switched to
Mt. Elmira Baptist Church in
Shepherdsville in May 2004,
and joined the staff of Little
Flock Baptist Church as
preaching associate and
minister to young families and
college-aged people.
Johns said he gained some
valuable experience while in
Kentucky and is excited about
the future opportunity that God
has provided in Lake Butler.
Now the pastor of First
Baptist, Johns said the church
has three main goals it wants
to accomplish at this point.
First and foremost, he aims
to "spread the gospel of Jesus
Christ ... in a way that relates
to our community."
Through various ministries,
"We look forward to getting
involved in the community."


First Baptist Church of Lake Butler is undergoing approximately $350,000 in
renovations. On the side of the church, a new entryway is being constructed.
During construction, church has been taking place in the fellowship hall.


Seninr

Emphasis

Week to be

held at LCCC
Lake City Community
College will be hosting Senior
Emphasis Week from Monday,
Nov. 6, through Thursday,
Nov. 9, in the Lake City
Medical Center Auditorium of
the Barney E. McRae Jr. M.D.
Medical Technology Building
(#103) for a time of education,
fun, food and games.
The schedule will begin, at


8:30 a.m. with continental
breakfast and visiting with
friends and students.
"Guest speakers and student
presentations will begin at 9
a.m. The activities will .be
completed at 1:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, there will be
a covered dish -luncheon in
which guests and students will
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Pastor Jason Johns


On Wednesday nights, the
church has a program called
"His Kids" that aims to
creatively teach children the
Bible.
In order to reach a diverse
age range of children and older
students, Johns said the church
hopes to add a youth building.
"We want to eventually
build a new facility," he said.
"That's where our heart is
now."
This goal may be a little
further off. In the forefront is
the current church
remodelling.
"We're in a major renovation
right now," he said.
Approximately $350,000 has
been invested in the upgrades
to the church, and a dedication
service is expected to take
place on Sunday, Dec. 10.
Johns said the average
attendance of the church right
now is 250.
This will hopefully grow as
the church achieves the current
goals it has set forth.
First Baptist Church
currently has four students
studying at the Florida Bible
College, and the church takes
Mission trips to Montana and
Honduras.
Over time, Johns said he
will get to know the people of
the church better and will be
better able to spread the word
of Christ.
Johns attends the
Andersonville TheologiQal
Seminary and will graduate
with his bachelor's degree
within the next few months.
Previously, he attended
Valdosta State University and
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Nicholas Hamilton
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Brian Clemons
Mason Warren
Joseph Sardo
Brandon McCoy
Cydney Touchstone
Gabby Rainey
Jaedin Richardson
Jordan Ault
Whitney Hicks


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Olivia Crawford
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Sarah Spears
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Zachary. Thames
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VOTE
Continued from p. 1A

In 2005, Griffis opened his
own Gainesvillc law practice.
He takes cases involving
criminal defense,. family law
and appellate law. As sole
owner and manager of the
firm, Gril'fis has gained the
experience of running his own
business.
"I have been blessed with a
very successful private
practice in criminal. family
and appellate law." said
Griffis. "I am the niost
experienced candidate in
criminal court, having worked
as a private and conflict
attorney in the Eighth Judicial
Circuit for nearly a decade."
A conflict attorney is a
private, attorney appointed by
the court to. represent a
defendant. This occurs when
more than one defendant is
being charged in the
commission of a crime. It is
considered a conflict of
interest if the public-defender's
office represents both
defendants.
Griffis said' his experience
and his educational
background are strengths that
he can draw on if he is elected
to serve on the circuit bench.
He said his education is of a
higher caliber than that of his
opponents.
"I am the only candidate
v'.ith bothli .n M B.-\ ndJ .i l.,..
degree "\irlh honor, lie .lnid


GrilTis graduated cutl laude
(with honors) when hlie earned
his doctorate.
G riffis haI s liligalt ed
hundreds of cases and has had
the oppolrunily to watch a
niutbher o"l dilTlrent judges in
action. '
"It is important for judges 10
listen to all parties, treat
everyone fairly and decide all
cases based on the law.
Otherwise. the public loses
conl'idencc in the judiciary. I
want to bring these comiLmon1
sense valueCs to our bench."
Griffis said lie does 11ot
believe in judicial activism.
Some judges use their
decisions in a trial to try to
influence what laws mean. or
to try to force an interpretation
of the law that agrees with
their own personal views.
Griffis said legislators make
the law, not judges. "If elected.
all of my decisions will he
based on the law, not oln my
personal views." lie said.
Griffis' wil'e is a nurse
anesthetist, and they have Iwo
daughters, Abigail and Hailey.
The couple is currently
expecting their third child.
Griffis and his family are
members of tIhe Fellowship
Baptist Church in High
Springs, which is well-known
for its "13Betlielhem Live"
presentation where members
of (he church build a lil'e-size
version of the city olf
13ethleihem and populate it with
people in period costumetils.
Hle volunteers with the Sanita
f'e IPop Wartier Foot1ball
orlganiitali on. serlvilg as a
coach for the kids. a hoard
member and a sponsor. He is
also a past vice-president (if
that organization.
GrilFis is an active member
of tIhe Rotary Club. Big
Brothers/Big Sisters and was'a
member of the JUMP
Advisory Committee. JUMP
was a grant-Funded Juvenile
Mentoring Program that was
operated by Big Brothers/Big
'Sisters.


So(Iilt more information on
(irilTis. visil the W eb site at
\\'\wval ifan ri fis.com.I.

Stephen
Pennypacker

BY MARCIA MILLER
TCleg raphl Staff Writer
Sltephen Pennypacker of
(Giinesville is iq the race for
ihe circuit court judgeship in
group Iour ol' the ll eighth
Judicial Circuit.
Penniyipacker graduated Irom
P.K. Yonce in 1974 and
earned his bachelor of arts in
political science fIrom Duke
University in 1978. After
college, lie worked for the
adinissions department at
Shands Hospital. but said he
Fell drawn to do something
diflTerent wilt Ils life. During
college, lie had worked in alln
allornev's ofl'ice and had
enjoyed that exposure to the
legal practice. He applied for
admiission tlo law school.
He earned Ilis law degree
From ULF in 1983. served as an
associate in a general practice
firm and then entered private
practice in the Gainesville
area. He operated his own
practice until 1998 when hie
joined tile State Attorney's
Office as a division chief who
supervised 17 other attorneys.
While serving ias division
chliefl, Penlnypacker was in
charge oif prosCcutintg civil
child abuse cases and handlitig
the p)rosecutolr's side of Cas.es
that have gone to appeal. He
was also in charge of handling
cases that, involved committing
violent'sex offenders under the
civil court system after they
have served the time required
by the criminal court.
In 200.3, oP.itnypacker
became -a i'ragistrate for the
lEighlff Jludicial"'Circuit and
worked inl Alachua. Levy, and
Giilchrist counties.
"I sat on cases and made
recommendations to the


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judges." said Pennypacker. "A
magistrate hears a case. applies
the law to thile acts of the case
and makes recommendations
o Ihe jIudge."
Either side call Ihen 'voice
objections to those
recCommenlldations. The judigeo
makes the Ttinal decision. A
ilagistrate pertlorllms some of
the Ilunctions a judge would
perform. hut does not have the
authority to make the final
decision.
. Pennypacker presided in
more than 8.0()()0 circuit court
hearings as a magistrate.
Pennypacker has also had
experience as a family law
mediator. During a mediation.
he would hear the points made
by both sides and then weigh
those points against the law
he Fore suggest ng a
compromise.
"I knew then I had the
temperamllent to sit on cases.
listen to people, give them the
opportunity to be heard," lie
said.
Seeking a judgeship was a
natural outgrowth o1' his
strengths as as a lawyer, e said.
"As an attorney, I figured
ouLt that I could better represent
my clients if I looked at each
case from the standpoint of the
decision maker (judge).
Whether it was a divorce or a
criminal case. I listened to the
facts and then put myself in the
place of the decision maker
and analyzed the case from
that standpoint. I could then
inake sure the decision maker


got the information I wouldI
want to have i IV were ilie
decision i maker." said
Pennypacker.
As ta inagistrate.
Pennypacker was called on to
make' recommendations in
some very weighty masters.
Child dependency cases came
bhe ore him. It fell 'tI Y a
magistrate to iake a
recomillnmendation i 10 about
whether or not the child should
he returned and about what thie
parents had ito do be ore IIthe
child could gl t o iole Io Ihem.
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follow through and make sure
thle parents completed all the
reiluireinenls before the child
was ireturneId.
"That could well be a life ior
death decision, so it was a very
important responsibility." said
Pennypacker. "Sometimes tile
goal had to change I'rom
reunilfying thile family to
lerminating parental rights.
placing the child with a
relative, or placing the child ill
foster care."
Overall. Pennypacker has 22.
years ofi experience as an
attorney and has handled a
variety of cases. l'rom felonies
to family law. He gained
experience as an il tice
manager when worked in the
State Attorney's Office.
"As a magistrate. I gained
invaluable experience." said
Piennypacker. "I learned that
no matter what decision I
inade. it was going to make
sotmleolne unhappy. I have
experience grappling with the
reality that the decisions I
made had a profitund1 impact
on othlier people's lives. I know
I can do the job."
Pennypacker said he brings
to the table the ability to do Ihe
job and exposure to a variety
of areas of law. He said his
personality is also a plus.
"I am even-tempered and
patient." said Pennypacker.
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GOVERNOR AND LT..GOVERNOR
(Vote for One)

" Charlie Crist REP


S Jeff Kottkamp,


-: Jim Davis
Daryl L. Jones


UNITED STATES SENATOR
(Vote For One)


Katherine Harris

Bill Nelson

Floyd Ray Frazier

Belinda Noah

Brian Moore

Roy Tanner


AQRNlY GENERAL
t for One)


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' Walter Campbell


Charles H. Bronson REP

c:Z_ Eric Copeland DEM


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JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
SHALL JUSTICE R. FRED LEWIS OF
THE SUPREME COURT BE RETAINED
IN OFFICE?


YES

DEM
SHALL JUSTICE BARBARA JOAN
PARIENTE OF THE SUPREME COURT
REF BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?
O YES

NPA 2 NO

SHALL JUSTICE PEGGY A. QUINCE
OF THE SUPREME COURT BE
NPA RETAINED IN OFFICE?
.-- YES

A "- .NO

FIRST DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS
SHALL JUDGE EDWIN B. BROWNING
JR. OF THE 1 ST DISTRICT COURT OF
APPEALS BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?

:* YES
-' NO

REP SHALL JUDGE BRAD THOMAS OF THE
1ST DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS
DEM BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?

: YES

'> NO


SHALL JUDGE PETER D. WEBSTER
OF THE 1ST DISTRICT COURT OF
APPEALS BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?

: YES

.;:D NO

CIRCUIT JUDGE, 8TH CIRCUITrr
GROUP FOUR
(Vote for One)

C' Stan Griffis

'- Stephen Pennypacker


NO. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE III, SECTION 19
STATE PLANNING AND BUDGET
PROCESS
Proposing amendments to the State
Constitution to limit the amount of
nonrecurring general revenue which 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.

YES

.--. NO

NO.3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE XI, SECTION 5
REQUIRING BROADER PUBLIC
SUPPORT FOR CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS
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 ahy 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.
YES

NO


NO. 4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 27
PROTECT PEOPLE, ESPECIALLY
YOUTH, FROM ADDICTION, DISEASE,
AND OTHER HEALTH HAZARDS OF
USING TOBACCO
To protect people, especially youth, from.
addiction, disease, and other health
hazards of using tobacco, the Legislature
shall 'use some Tobacco. Settlement
money annually for a comprehensive
statewide tobacco education and
prevention program using Centers for
Disease Control best practices. Specifies
some program components, emphasizing
youth, requiring one-third of total annual
funding for advertising. Annual funding is
15% of 2005 Tobacco Settlement -
payments to Florida, adjusted annually
for inflation. Provides definitions.
Effective immediately. This amendment
requires state government to appropriate
approximately $57 million.in 2007 for the
Comprehensive Statewide Tobacco
Education and Prevention Prpgram.
Thereafter, this amount will increase
annually with inflation. This spending is
expected to reduce tobacco
consumption. As a result, some
long-term savings to state and local
government health and insurance
programs are probable, but
indeterminate. Also, minor revenue loss
to state government is probable, but
indeterminate.


C YES
C:. NO
NO.6
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 26
INCREASED HOMESTEAD
EXEMPTION
Proposing amendment of the State
Constitution to increase the maximum
additional homestead exemption for
low-income seniors from $25,000 to
$50,000 and to schedule the amendment
to take effect January 1,2007, if
adopted..

. YES

- NO


Steve Oelrich

C.I' Ed Jennings Jr


NO.7
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
PERMANENTLY DISABLED
-VETERANS' DISCOUNT ON
HOMESTEAD AD VALOREM TAX
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to provide discount from
the amount of ad valorem tax on the
homestead of a partially or totally
permanently disabled veteran who Is age
65 or older who was a Florida resident at
the time of entering military service,
whose disability was combat-related, and
who was honorably discharged; to
specify the percentage of the discount as
equal to the percentage of the veteran's
permanent service-connected disability,
to specify qualification requirements for
the discount; to authorize the Legislature
to waive the annual application
requirement in subsequent years by
general law; and to specify that the
provision takes-effect December 7, 2006,
is self-executing, and does not require
implementing legislation.
YES

NO ,
NO.8
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 6
EMINENT DOMAIN
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-fifths
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 aftdr January 2, 2007.


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grappling with the reality that
the. decisions I made had a
profound impact on other
people's lives. I know I can do
the job."
Pennypacker said he brings
to the table the ability to do the
job, exposure to a variety of
areas of law and the skills to
do the job.
He said his personality is
also a plus. "I am even-
tempered and patient," said
Pennypacker. "As a magistrate
I sometimes had 45 cases in
one day. These could be
emotionally draining cases. I
vowed to be the same
magistrate for the last case in
the evening that I was for the
first case in the morning.
Every case got treated with the
same fairness."
He said he is known for his
preparation before hearing
cases. He goes over all the
points presented in the cases
and researches the issues
involved. Being well informed
about each case before the
hearing meant the case moved
forward in a reasonable
manner and unnecessary
delays .were prevented.
Keeping extensive case notes
and making sure things were
followed through meant cases
didn't "fall through the cracks",
said Pennypacker.
Pennypacker is married to
Teresa, who is, currently a
division chief with the State
Attorney's Office. They have-
three daughters: Ashley, who
is married to Dan Vogt and
works as a fifth grade teacher
at P.K. Yonge; Aaron, who is
18 and just graduated from
P.K. Yonge; and Carson, who
is in the 10th grade at P.K.
Yonge.
He has been a member of
the Rotary Club since 1992
and has served in several
elected offices with the
Gainesville Sunrise Rotary
Club. As a former graduate of
P.K. Yonge and the father of
students attending that school,
he has served on the School
Advisory Council since 1986.
He also served five terms as
chairman.
Pennypacker is a member of
the Alachta County Health
Care Board, a position he has


held since 2001. He is a former
member of the Alachua
County Child Care Board.
Pennypacker enjoys helping
out the high school rowing
team and is president-elect of
Gainesville Area Rowing.
For more information on
Pennypacker, view his Veb
s ite a t
www.pennypackerforjudge.co
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Representative in L
Congress
Ander Crenshaw

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor


Republican Ander Crenshaw
currently represents Florida's
Fourth Congressional District
in the United States House of
Representatives and is one of
two candidates seeking the seat
this year.
Crenshaw was first elected
to Congress on Nov. 7, 2000.
In the current Congress, he
serves on the House
Appropriations Committee. As
a member of appropriations, he
serves on three subcommittees:
the subcommittee on Military
Quality of Life and Veterans
Affairs; the subcommittee on
Homeland Security; and the
subcommittee on Foreign
Operations.
He also serves on the Budget
Committee, which drafts the
annual spending targets for the
federal government.
In January 2003, Crenshaw
was chosen by the Majority
Whip to serve as a Deputy
Majority Whip, and he
continues his service in that
capacity in the 109thi
Congress.
As a Deputy Whip, he works
closely with the' Republican
Conference to help mobilize
members of Congress for key
legislative votes. Crenshaw is
also a member or the
Republican Policy Committee,
which develops and promotes
the issues to be considered by
the House.
This candidate is a third
generation resident of
Northeast Florida, born in
Jacks6nville in 1944. The son.
of an attorney and grandson of
a cracker factory owner, he
attended Robert E. Lee High
School, th&,. University,. of
Georgia on a basketball
scholarship and later received
his law degree from the


Incumbent Ander Crenshaw (Republican) chats with
resident Jon Pritchett (right) when he visited the
county a few weeks ago.


University of Florida.
He is married to his wife,
Kitty, has two daughters and
was previously an investment
banker.
He was a member of the
Florida House from 1972-1978
and the Florida Senate from
1986-1994.
In an interview with
Crenshaw, he said the
Democrats are within 15 seats
of controlling the House, so he
takes this election very
seriously.
"There's a lot at stake," he
said. "I don't take anything for
granted."
Crenshaw said after three
terms, though, voters should
go on results.
Being on the budget
committee in charge of an
$873 billion discretionary
budget, he said they have been"
working to get a handle on
spending. The budget is
"manageable" at this point.
I Another.-issue .for him is
small business .programs.
' "A lot of god' things are
happening," he said of, the
economy growing at a 3.9
percent rate. In Congress, he
said he has been working to
allow people to spend more of
their own money.
Crenshaw said an example
of his work in Congress is the
national veterans cemetery that
will be in Jacksonville. More
than 235,000 veterans in this
area, he said, deserve to buried
close to their families, and he
is proud to say this is going to
happen.
While not many federal-


issues tie directly to Union
County, Crenshaw said his
work on national defense does
have an overall effect in the
area.
With the John F. Kennedy
aircraft carrier being gone
from Mayport in Jacksonville,
he said he is working to get
another carrier.
"The good news is we're
trying to get a carrier with
nuclear' capabilities," he said,
possibly the new George H.
W. Bush carrier.
With a proper port security,
he said the borders are better
defended.
Whatever the issues are,
Crenshaw said he is in office
and hopes to continue with his
seat to do "anything the people
need."
Fore more information, visit
www.crenshaw.house.gov or
www.andercrenshaw.com.


Robert 'Bob' Harms
Robert "Bob" J. Harms is
the democratic candidate for
Florida's Fourth Congressional
District in the United States
House of Representatives.
He is a 65-year-old divorced
father of three sons.
"The proudest thing I've
done is have three children,"
he said in an interview with the
Times.
Raised in southeast
Missouri, Harms has a
'bachelor's degree from
Southeast Missouri State
University.
He was married in 1966 (and
later divorced) and was a


teacher for three years in
Missouri and then in Miami.
Later, he transferred to
Jacksonville with the mortgage
company he was working for
at the time. In 1982, he started
his own mortgage lending
company.
Not a politician by career,
Harms will be incumbent
Ander Crenshaw's first
Democratic opponent since
Crenshaw took office in 2000.
Harms, who describes
himself as an "independent
democrat," said he really got
into politics after the 2004
election.
"I was very angry with the
outcome," he said.
Some hot button issues for
Harms are the Iraq War, health
care and education.
Harms said he was against
the war from the beginning,
and said if he was elected, he
would propose legislation to
get troops out of Iraq within
six months.
With the money the
government could save on
defense, Harms said it could be
used to fund more education,


possibly even giving students a
basic college education.
"I think a college education
should be free," he said.
On health care, Harms
believes in universal health
insurance.
Among other items, Harms
is pro unions, pro women's
rights and strong on the
environment (plans to seek
alternative fuel sources, such
as hemp seed); he said.
Harms said unlike his.
incumbent, he could.
understand and work for the
"little guy."
Harms' Campaign Chairman
Billee Bussard said, "He votes
his conscience. Bob's not a
professional politician. He's a
guy you can trust."
Harms urges everyone to
vote on Election Day, Nov. 7.
"It's hard to get people to-
care," he said, but "I'm a
proactive person. I plan to get
us back on track."
"I don't think yo- should let
other people make bad.
decisions for you."
For more information, visit.
www.harmsforcongress.com.


Congressional candidate Robert "Bob" Harms gets
election information from Supervisor of Elections
Babs Roberts Montpetit.


LBES student Postal Tidbits
pic ret Did you know for your
plc es convenience the rural route
set for l Nov 2 mail carriers have, postage
S stamps to sell to you while on
Lake Butler Elementary their routes? Save a trip to the
School will hold individual post office, and take advantage
student picture retakes:. on of this convenience.
Thursday, Nov. 2.
Call the school at (386) 496-
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. 2, 2006 UNION COUNTY ivrS Page 7A


Daughters

meet Nov. 6
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National
Society Daughters of the
American Revolution will
meet Monday, Nov. 6, at 10:15
a.m. at the Western Steer
Steakhouse on U.S. 301 in
Starke.
Members will catch up with
one another during this first
meeting of the group's 2006-
2007 year, and after the
meeting those who wish to
join, will stay and enjoy lunch
and a time of fellowship.
The Daughters cordially
invite all women whose
ancestors aided in achieving
American independence to
attend. Come learn about the
National Society Daughters of
the American Revolution and
its historical, educational and
patriotic activities.
Meetings are typically held
the first Monday of each
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(except January when
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For further information,
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DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, BETTY
LOU HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY
LOU HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK
A/K/A BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED, et al.
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS.
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, BETTY
LOU HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY
LOU HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK
A/K/A BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
UNKNOWN.
CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN.
Any and all unknown parties claiming
by, through, under, and against the
herein named individual defendants)
who are not known to be dead or
alive, whether said unknown parties
may claim an interest as spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, or other
claimants.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
UNKNOWN.
CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN.
You are notified that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in UNION County Florida:
PARCEL #1: Lot 1 except the last
142.5 feet thereof, and Lot 2, except
the west 104 feet thereof, also except
the right of way of ACL Railroad,
Dekle s First Addition to the City of
Lake Butler, Florida, according to the
plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 1,


ursuant to a Final Judgment of
foreclosure in the above-captioned
action, I will sell the property situated
in Union County, Florida, described
as:
A Parcel of Land containing a total of
1.0 acres more, or less, lying being
and situated in the South 1/2 of
government lot 7, Section 30,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
Union County, Florida, more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the NW corner of
Southwest 12th Avenue and Hwy. 238.
Travel West 246.48 feet along the
North right-of-way line of Hwy.238 to
a Point of Beginning. At Point of
Beginning travel West along the North
right-of-way line of Hwy. 238 a
distance of 210 feet, thence North 02
degrees 7 minutes and 6 seconds
West a distance of 210 feet. Thence
East 88 degrees 34 minutes 17
seconds West a distance of 210 feet,
thence South 2 degrees 7 minutes 6
seconds West to the Point of
Beginning. Containing 1.00 acres.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the Union County
Courthouse, South Door, in Lake
Butler, Union County, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 30th day of
November, 2006.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court this 31 st day of October,
2006.
UNION COUNTY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
WAYNE CARROLL
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 1898
Keystone Heights, Florida 32658
(352) 376-5578
Florida Bar No. 133454
11/2 2tchg. 11/9


www.rootsweb.com/-flcsecd/. Page 8, Public ecords or union NOTICE OF PUBLIC
County, Florida, said property being HEARING CONCERNING A
situate in the North half of PROPORTIONATE
Nov. 4 turkey Government Lot 3, Section' 31, FAIR SHARE
Township 5 South, Range 20 East. TRANSPORTATION
Parcel #2: The East 142.5 feet of Lot PROGRAM FORTHE
shoot to 1, Dekle's First Addition to the City of TOWN OF O RAIFR
Lake Butler, Florida, according to the BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
benefit VFW Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, TOWN OF RAIFORD, FLORIDA,
Page 8, Public Records of Union SERVING AS THE LOCAL
Come out to a turkey shoot County, Florida, except the right of PLANNING AGENCY OF THE
on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 9 a.m. way of ACLRalroad, ifnt 'any, said TOWN OF RAIFORD, FLORIDA,
to help the.local VFW raise Governm ent Lot 3, Section 31, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
money for its building fund. Township 5 South, Range 20 East, all pursuant to Sections 163.3161
The shoot will take place at lying and being in Union County; through 1$3.3215, Florida Statutes,
John Howell's shop on C .R. Norida. comments, objections and
Hou shop. f ains nd. recommendations concerning the
231 (south) next to Green's has.beefl.edaganstyoa following described program, will be
Grill requie to sv a cp of heard by the Town Council, serving
st. rf written defenses within 30 days after as the Local Planning Agency of the
A shotgun raffle drawing the first publication, if any, on Town of Raiford, Floida at a public
will be held at 4 p.m. Food Echevarria, Codilis &Stawiarski, hearion November4 l 2006, at
will also be served.is la nts aorey, ose address is 00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
VFW Post #10082 is 9119 ....oratLa ive Si the matter can be heard. The public
S m a o 300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and file hearing will be conducted in the
looking to make additions to the original with this Court either Town Cheariuncil Me conducting Rooed at the
its current building. Proceeds before service on Plaintiffs attorney Town of Raford Town Hall located at
from the turkey shoot will go or immediately thereafter, otherwise the intersection of State Road 121
toward the building fund. a default will be entered against you and County Rioad 229, Raiford,
for the relief demanded in Florda.o
Complaint or Petition. Florida. in b the
This notice shall be published once PSO 06-1, an application by the
GEI C A SL each week for two consecutive Town Counci, to adopt. a
S weeks in the Union County Times. Proportionate Fair-Share
WITNESS my hand and the seal of Transportation Program, to establish
this Court on this 23rd day of a method whereby -the impacts of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE October, 2006. dev opment on transportat on
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Regina Parrish facilities can be mitigated by the
AND FOR UNION COUNTY, Clerk of the cooperative efforts of the public and
FLRID^A By: Julia Croft private sectors.
AO -FLORIDA5 DulCrlk This public hearing may be continued
EAN SE"C RO 63P2006D155 1' 2 1tg to one or more uture dates. Any
EAN titio ner interested party shall be advised that
Petitioner IN T CIR C F the date, time and place of any
and IN THE CIRCUITCOURT FOR continuation of this public hearing
HEATHER P.OLE ROPER ...... OUJFOID.A. -shall beannounced during the public
Rs-._d~en_.:_-"0-"_'o.6"._-."_'2- .' -h'n an'f-crtnit no further notices
NOTICE OF ACTION OF' PROBATE DIVISION regaring this matter will be
DISSOLUTION OF RICHARD LAMAR ACOSTA published, unless said continuation
MARRIAGE Deceased. exceeds six calender wreks Irom the
TO: HEATHER POOLE ROPER, NOTICE OF date of the above reerenced neanng.
Rte. 3, Box 143-K. Lake Butler, FL, ADMINISTRATION At the aforementioned public hearing
32064. T (Intestate) all interested parties may appear to
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action The administration of the estate of' be heard with respect to the proposed
has been tiled against you and that RICHARD LAMAR ACOSTA, amendmenttothe Land Development
you are required to serve a copy of deceased, is pending in the Circuit Reulations eveopme
your written defenses, if any, to it on Court for Union County, Florida, R euli ons t
SEAN C. ROPER, whose address is Probate Division, the address of A op nd the proposed amendmentions
175 SW Michigan St., Lake City, FL, which Is 55. West Main Street, Lake Is available for public inspect Reulation at
32025, on or before Nov. 17, 2006, Butler, FL 32054. The estate is the Offic fhe Twn -lk c.at
and file the original with the Clerk of intestate. The names and addresses the Tfoe of the LRoa Clefk, Tocated
the Court at 55 W. Main St., Lake of the personal representative and the in the Town of Raiford Town Halle
Butler, FL, 32054, before service on personal representative's attorney are located at th. e ntersectionof State
Petitioner or immediately thereafter, set forth below. Road 121 an" County Road 229,
If you fail to do so, a default may be All interested persons on whom a Raford Florida, during regular
entered against you for the relief copy of this Notice of Administration business hours.
demanded in the petition. is served must file any objections that All persons are advised that if they
Copies of all court documents in this challenge the qualifications of the decade to appeal aref decision made
case, including orders, are available personal representative, venue, or ai l the l need a record of the
at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's jurisdiction of this Court, by filing a proceeding, and that, for ofsucthe
office. You may review these petition or other pleading requesting roceedngs, and that, for such
documents upon request. relief with this Court, in accordance purpose, they may need to ensure
You must keep the Clerk of the with the Florida Probate Rules, that a verbatim record of the
Circuit Court's office notified of your WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER proceedings is made, whichrecord
current address. (You may file THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A includes the testimony and evidence
Notice of Current Address, Florida COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. upon which the appeal is tobe based.
Supreme Court Approved Family ALL OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED 11/21tchg.
Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTICE OF PUBLIC
this lawsuit will be mailed to the Personal Representative: HEARING CONCERNING AN
address on record at the clerk's JEAN C. ACOSTA AENDMENT TO THE CITY
office. 100 Lakevlew Drive, #319 AED N TOH'
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Weston, FL 33326 OF LAKE UTLER LAND'
Family Law Rules of Procedure, Attomey for Personal Representative: DEVELOAPMENT I
requires certain automatic LAWRENCE D. ZIETZ, ESQUIRE BY TE CITY COMMISSION OF
disclosures of documents and Attorney Y THE CITY COMMISSION OF
information. Failure to comply can Flonda Bar No. 370223 THE. CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
result in sanctions, including 8181 W. Broward Blvd., #201 FLORID A, SERVINGAS THERD
dismissal or striking of pleadings. Plantation, FL 33324 PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD
Dated: Oct 20,2006 Telephone: 954-475- OFTHE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
ClerkoftheCircuitCourt 11/22tchg.11/9 FLORIDA AND THE LOCAL
By: Lacey Renfroe PLANNING AGENCY OF THE
Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA.
S10/26 4tpd 11/16 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
SCASE NO. 63-2006-CA-0095
AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES OF
FLORIDA, INC.
Plaintiffs.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS.


UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 63-2006-CA-0064
JIMMY H. WATERS,
Plaintiff,
vs. .' '
THOMAS S. STITT, PAULETTE A.
STIlT and BART
ANDREWS/ANDREWS SITE PREP,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT.


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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Ordinance No. 92-3 and
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215,
Florida Statutes, comments,
objections and recommendations
concerning an amendment, as
described below, to the City of Lake
Butler Land Development
Regulations, hereinafter referred to
as the Land Development
Regulations, will be heard by the City
Commission of the City of Lake
Butler, Flori4a, serving as the
Planning and Zoning Board of the
City of Lake Butler, Florida, and the
Local Planning Agency of the City of
Lake Butler, Florida, at a public
hearing on November 13, 2006 at
5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can he heard. The public
hearing will be conducted in the City
Commission Meeting Room, City
Hall at 200 Southwest First Street,
Lake Butler, Florida.
LDR 06-1, an application by the City
Commission, to amend. the Land
Development Regulations by adding
a new Section 14.14, entitled
Proportionate Fair-Share
Transportation Program, to establish
a method whereby the impacts of
development on transportation
facilities can be mitigated by the
cooperative efforts of the public and
private sectors.
This 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 this public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notices
concerning this matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calender weeks from the
date ot the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the amendment
to the Land Development Regulations.
A copy of the amendment to the Land
Development Regulations is available
for public inspection at the Office of
the City Manager, City Hall located at
200 Southwest First Street,. Lake
Butler, 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.
11/22tchg.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING AND ENACTMENT
OF ORDINANCES BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
The City of Lake Butler City
Commission will hold a Public
Hearing at 5:15 P.M. or as shortly
thereafter as possible at the Regular
Meeting of the Commission on
Monday, November 13, 2006, to
receive public comment on the
enactment of Ordinance No 06-08 and
Ordinance No 06-09 to amend the
Future Land Use Map of the
Comprehensive Plan and to amend
the current Zoning Atlas of the Land
Development Regulations
respectively:
ORDINANCE NO. 06-08
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT
*OF-TEN. OR 'LESS ACREJ_..
LAND TO THE FUTURE LAND USE
PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION
BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF
SAID ACREAGE, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES; PROVIDING
FOR A CHANGE IN LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM
RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 2
DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) TO
RESIDENTIAL., MEDIUM DENSITY
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 8
DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) OF


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CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 06-09
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO THE REZONING OF
LESS THAN TEN CONTIGUOUS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION BY THE
PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID
ACREAGE; AMENDING THE
OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS;
PROVIDING FOR REZONING
FROM RESIDENTIAL SINGLE
FAMILY (RSF/1) TO
RESIDENTIAL/OFFICE (R/O) ON
CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The proposed Ordinances may be
examined at the office of the City
Manager between the hours of 8:00
AM and 4 30 PM, Monday through
Friday, at City Hall. The public
heanng will be held in the City
Commission Chambers at City Hall
at 200 S.W. 1st Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, 32054. All interested parties
may appear and be heard with
respect to these proposed ordinances
All persons are advised that if they
need to appeal any decision made at
this meeting, a verbatim record of the
proceedings may be needed written
comments may be submitted to the
above address to the attention of
Richard 0, Tillis, Land Development
Administrator. All interested persons
are invited to attend and comment
Richard 0 Tillis
City Clerk
11/2 ltchg.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC,
HEARING AND ENACTMENT
OF ORDINANCES BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
The City of Lake Butler City
Commission will hold a Public
Hearing at 5:15 PM or as shortly
thereafter as possible at the Regular
Meeting of the Commission. on
Monday, November 13,. 2006, to
receive public comment on the
enactment of Ordinance No. 06-10
and Ordinance No. 06-11 to amend
the Future Land Use Map of the ..
Comprehensive Plan and to amend
the current Zoning Atlas of the Land
Development Regulations
respectively: .
ORDINANCE NO. 06-10
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF


LAKE BUTLER,----FLQORIDA,
RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT
OF TEN OR LESS ACRES OF
LAND TO THE FUTURE LAND
USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION BY THE
PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID
ACREAGE, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES; PROVIDING
FOR A CHANGE IN LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM
RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 2
DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) TO
COMMERCIAL ON CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 06-11
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO THE REZONING
OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION
BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF
SAID ACREAGE; AMENDING THE
OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS;
PROVIDING FOR REZONIN6
FROM RESIDENTIAL SINGLE
FAMILY (RSF/1) TO
COMMERCIAL CENTRAL
BUSINESS DISTRICT ON
CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The proposed Ordinances may be
examined at the office of the City
Manager between the hours of 8:00
AM and 4:30 PM, Monday through
Friday, at City Hall. The public
hearing will be held in the City
Commission Chambers at City Hall
at 200 S. W. Ist Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, .32054. All interested parties
may appear and be heard with
respect to these proposed
.ordinances. All persons are advised
that if they need to appeal ariny
decision made at this meeting, a
verbatim record of the proceedings
may be needed. Written comments
may be submitted to the above
address to the attention of Richard 0.
Tillis, Land Development
Administrator. All interested persons
are invited to attend and comment
Richard 0. Tillis
City Clerk
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Pageant,
talent show is
Nov. 11
The Third Annual Tiny
Miss, Little Miss, Petite Miss,
and Junior Miss Princess
Pageant and Talent
Competition will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m. in
the Bradford High School
auditorium.
Admission is $6 for adults
(1l2 and up) and $4 for children
(3-11). Doors open at 5:30
p.m.


COMMUNITY

CALENDAR

Nov. 2

UCHS Tiger Growl
7:30'p.m. at UCHS stadium.
$2-admission.

Early Voting
Supervisor of Elections
office. 8 a.m. 5 p.m.

Nov. 3

UCHS Homecoming
Parade
Noon. Line-up starts at 11
a.m. at Sprinkle Field.

Early Voting
Supervisor of Elections
office. 8 a.m. 5 p.m.

Health Fair
Lake Butler community cen-
ter. Most screenings free.
8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m.

Nov. 4

Early Voting
Supervisor of Elections
office. 8 a.m. 5 p.m.

UCHS Marching Band
District Competition
Colubmia High School -'until
6 p.m. See band director for
UCHS's performance time.

Nov. 6

Woman's Club dinners
$5 per dinner. 11 a.ii. 1
p.m. at Woman's Club.

Worthington Springs
commission meeting
7:30 p.m. at new community
center.

Nov. 7 '/i3l=
o' \VOTO

Election Day
Polls open from 7a.jm. -7
p.m.

Nov. 8

Early Release
Union County Schools
release students early: UCHS
and LBMS 12:30 p.m.
LBES .12:05-12:15 p.m.

Midterms
UCHS sends midterms home
today.


County meets
third Monday
of the month
The Union County Board of
County Commissioners meets
on the third Monday of each
month in the commission
meeting room. It is located
inside the Union County
Courthouse.
Meetings start at 7 p.m. For
more information, call (386)
496-4241.

Lake Butler
meets second
Monday of
the month
The Lake Butler City
Commission meets the second
Monday of the month at 5:15
p.m. at city hall, 200 S.W.
First St.
For more information, call
(386) 496-3401.



LCCC serves
up 'Jazz and
Java' Nov. 3
Lake City Community
College's library will host
another evening of Jazz and
Java on Friday, Nov. 3, from
7-10 p.m.
Join LCCC for coffee,
biscotti and live music with
Harry Wuest and his jazz
ensemble. Poetry slams and
readings will also be
performed.
,Preceding the free event
from 6-7 p.m., an art walk will
feature the work of LCCC
students, as well as works from
the current show. It features
pieces from the Art League of
North Florida and is on display
in the Performing Arts Center.
For. more information,
contact (386) 754-4337.

Church gospel
sing and fish
fry Nov. 4
The New. River NC
Methodist Church will be
holding a gospel sing and fish
fry on Saturday, Nov. 4.
It will be located at .the-
church on'C.R. 125- in Union
County. -
The-meal will be served at 5>
p.m., and the singing will
begin at-7 p.m. Holy Ground'
and Southern Joy will be the
featured Southern gospel
groups.
Everyone is invited to enjoy
an evening of fellowship and
blessings. For more
information, call (386) 431-
1536 or (9014. 964-3583.

Worthington
meets Nov. 6
Due to election day on
Tuesday; Nov. 7, the regularly
scheduled town of
.Worthington -Springs council
meeting has been changed to
Monday, Nov. 6.
The council will .meet on
Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the new
community building's council
room.

Order of


Eastern Star.
to hold sale
Nov. 4
Lake Butler Chapter No. 40;
Order of the Eastern Star, is
having a garage sale on
SaturdayV'No%. 4.
'The sale, located at 325 W.
Main St., will continue from 8
a.m. until all is sold out or the
chapter volunteers are all give-
out.


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indoor garage
sale Nov. 11
The Lake Region
Community Theatre is hosting
an indoor garage sale on
Saturday, Nov. 11,, from 8 a.m.
- 2 p.m. at the LRCT.
The theater is located at 218
South Walnut Street in Stake.
This LRCT fund-raising
project will take place rain or
shine and will offer the
community a wide range of
items.
,Proceeds from the sale will
go toward the theater
renovation projects that are
currently under way.
If you would like- to donate
items or need additional
information, contact the theater
at (352) 226-2082.


SREC offers.
free lunches
to seniors
The Suwannee River
Economic Council serves
lunch to seniors each week for
free.
The weekly lunch menu for
senior citizens (age 60 and
older) is:
- Monday beef patty
with brown gravy,
mashed potatoes, beans,
rye bread, margarine,
.lemon cake and low-fat
milk.
Tuesday macaroni
and cheese, green peas,
carrots, wheat bread,
margarine, orange juice
and low-fat milk. ,
Wednesday scalloped
potatoes with ham and
.cheese, green beans,
white bread, margarine,
warm diet apple cake
and low-fat milk.
Thursday oven-
breaded chicken,
whipped sweet potatoes,
green beans with onions,
dinner rolls, margarine,
orange juice and low-fat
milk.
F r i d a y Italian
meatloaf with tomato
sauce, mashed potatoes,
mixed vegetables,, wheat
bread, margarine, chilled
cinnamon applesauce
.-..-andlow-fat milk.

Woman's Club,
to sell dinners
Nov. 6
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club i ill be selling take-out
chicken and rice dinners as a
fund-raiser on Monday, Nov.
6.
Anyone interested in dining
on chicken and rice, .green
beans, potato salad, rolls and a
dessert can show up at the
Woman's Club from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. A $5 donation is
requested.
Proceeds from the dinners
will benefit the club's
scholarship program, which
awards a scholarship to a
Union County student each
year.


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A drawing for a Remington
870 28-inch barrel shotgun
will be held on Saturday, Nov.
25, with proceeds to benefit a
local woman with cancer, Judy
Wilkerson.
Local businesses selling the
tickets include the Fast Track,
Lee's Custom--Automotive,
C&S Outdoors Inc. and
Jackson's Building Supply.
Tickets are $5.
For more information, call
Loni Lilliston at (352) 258-
2641 or Janine McSpadden at
(386) 496-9054.


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Have you always wanted to
travel abroad and see places
and things you've never seen?
Well, now is your
opportunity.
Twenty-four Union County
residents are now planning
their next trip with Educational
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France and Switzerland,
departing at the end of May
2007.
This trip is affordable, and
accommodations are clean and
safe. An experienced


Educational Tours director will
be with the group at all times
to be sure they don't miss
anything.
This is a wonderful
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students and adults, said Union
County High School Spanish
teacher Beverly Breckenridge.
You do not have to be a
parent of a student to take the
trip and where you -reside is
not a factor. All are welcome.
For more-information, call
Breckenridge at UCHS at
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Section B: Thursday,Nov. 2, 2006


ii


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


(Front row, I-r) Bruce Brown, Charlie Daniels, Chris Wormer, (back row, I-r) Taz
DiGregorio, Charlie Hayward and Pat McDonald are the Charlie Daniels Band.



Charlie Daniels to headline

Starke Fall Jam Nov. 3-4


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer -
Thousands are expected to
attend the first-ever Starke Fall
Jam this weekend, s.-id
organizer Johnny Waiterson
Tuesday.
The success of the Bike Fest
held in June prompted J&J
Motorcycle Accessories
Productions, of which
Watterson is a part, to begin
plans for a second event.
"It was a lot of fun the first
time, so we decided we were
going to do it again," said
Watterson.
With big-name draws like
the Charlie Daniels Band and
Blackfoot as headline
entertainers, big crowds are
pretty much guaranteed for the
two-day event that runs from 8
a.m. to midnight on.Friday and
Saturday, Nov. 3-4, at the
Bradford fairgrounds on U.S.
301 north in Starke.
"The support of the
community has been
phenomenal," said Watterson.
"We can't tell you how much
we appreciate all the help 'and
support we have received, as
we planned this event." .
Ticket sales have 'been going
well, he said, and people were
coming into the motorcycle
accessory shop on U.S. 301 in
Starke throughout the
interview Watterson held with
a Telegraph representative, so
that would seem to be a fair
statement.
The event will include
motorcycle vendors and .clubs,
but will not be as geared
toward bikers as was Bike
Fest, said Watterson. The
number of vendors was
purposefully limited for this
event, he said. "We held back
on the number of vendors we
recruited, but got some of the


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Hot contests set at fest
Several contests will be held during the two-day Fall Jam set
.. this weekend.
On Friday. Nov, 3
Bike games will be held throughout the day for those
who attend on motorcycles.
On Saturday. Nov. 4
A' 'Bike games throughout the day
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larger vendors out here," he
said.
Although a large variety of
motorcycle accessories will be
on sale, so will all types. of
clothing and lots of other items
to interest the entire family,
Watterson said.
"This has been set up more
as a community event, not just
for bikers," he said, "although
bikers will be there."
A number of local nonprofit
organizations and businesses
will also be participating as
vendors. Food of all types,
including hot dogs, sausages,
chicken and rice, hamburgers,
chicken tenders, barbecue, ice
cream and- much more, will be
on sale for those who come
hungry.
Money from the beer sales
will be donated to the Bradford
Fair Association for
improvements to the


fairgrounds. "We'd like to help
them improve their facility so
the community can benefit
from that," said Watterson.
Tickets are on sale now at
J&J Motorcycle Accessories in
Starke (904) 964-2010. Tickets
are $10 to include all events on
Friday, $15 to include all
events on Saturday, or $20 to
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The Fall Jam opens at 8 a.m.
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The Charlie Daniels Band is the headliner for the show at Fall
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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Nov. 2, 2006


SICRIME


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:

Stephen Christopher
Kirkland, 18, of Lake Butler
was arrested Oct. 26 by Union
Deputy Ken Smith for battery
and kidnapping (false
imprisonment). Kirkland is
charged with hitting the victim
while holding her against her
will in his vehicle, Deputy
Smith said. Kirkland allegedly
pulled the victim from the
vehicle, pushed her to the
ground and choked her, Deputy
Smith said. The victim got a
ride to the sheriff's office to
report the incident.

Ennis Lee Lariscey, 30, of
Hampton was arrested Oct. 17
by Starke Sgt. Kevin Mueller
for theft, uttering a forged bank
check and forgery. Lariscey is
charged with forging a bank
account check belonging to the
victim in the amount of $100.
He cashed the check and
received the money on Oct. 5,
Sgt. Mueller said. Bond was -
set at $30,000.

Eric Jason Gunter, 29, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 25 by
Sgt. Mueller for three counts
of burglary, two counts of
theft and criminal mischief.
Gunter is charged with
breaking into Delta Food and
Gator Beverage on Oct. 23
.betweenf2 and 7 a.m. Inside-
the stores he-stole cigarettes,
Sgt. Mueller said. Gunter also
threw a concrete block into the
glass door of C&M, but was
unable to gain .entry, Sgt.
Mueller said. Bond Was set at
$40,000. Gunter was
additionally charged Oct.. 28 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph A.
Jones with failure to appear
issuing a worthless check with
bond set at $5,000.
Christopher A. Mosley,
24, of Starke was arrested Oct.
27 by Bradford Deputy Aaron
Black for possession of,
cocaine, possession of firearm
by a convicted felon and
possession of marijuana and
drug paraphernalia. During the
execution of a search warrant at
Mosley's residence, the deputy
found one ounce of cocaine,
four grams of marijuana, a
pipe with residue, two small
scales with crack residue and a
.357 revolver, Deputy Black
said. Bond was set at $35,000.
Mosley was also charged on a
warrant for violation of
probation possession of
cocaine with no bond.

'Billy. Dean McCall, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 24 by Starke Patrolman
William Murray for aggravated
battery. McCall was involved
in a confrontation with the
victim. He removed a --lock-
blade knife from his pocket and
struck the victim three or four
times in the chest and stomach
area, causing minor scratches,
Patrolman Murray said. Bond
was set at $10,000. McCall-
was also charged on a writ of
bodily attachment from Nassau
County with no bond.

Jason Edward Michael, 30,
.- of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 28
by Lawtey Patrolman J.W.
-Padgett for battery. Michael is.
charged with being involved in
a fight just before midnight.
The fight was domestic related,
Patrolman Padgett said. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.


Jason Matthew Lee, 30, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 27 by
Starke Patrolman J.W. Hooper
for felony battery and battery.
Lee is charged with striing
the victim on the hand,
causing a contusion. Lee also
struck a second victim during
the 1:01 a.m. altercation,
Patrolman Hooper said. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release.

Marquita Annette Griffis,
28, of Starke was arrested Oct.
28 by Starke Patrolman
Michelle Davis for disorderly
intoxication. Griffis is charged
with screaming and hollering
at an employee in the Huddle
House during an altercation.
She smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage and refused
commands from the officer,
Patrolman Davis said. She was
released from custody after a
$1,000 surety bond was
posted.

Nettie Crews Stokes, 49,
of Raiford was arrested Oct. 29
by Starke Patrolman Stephen
Murphy for disorderly conduct.
Stokes is charged with causing
a disturbance at Days Inn just
before midnight. She smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and was unsteady on
her feet, Patrolman Murphy
said.

Travis Lamar Bonnell, 26,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 27 by Patrolman Davis
for possession of cannabis,
prescription medication
without a prescription and
resisting arrest without
violence. During a traffic stop
the officer found Bonnell had
10 Hydrocodone pills in a pill
bottle. The bottle did not have
a name or identification on it,
-Patrolman Davis said. Bonnell
resisted by trying to flee. and
fight with the officers. A
$20,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.

Frantz Jose Innocent, 37,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 27
by Bradford Deputy Stephen
Bivins for child abuse.
Innocent is charged. with
striking a child in the face with
an open hand and using a belt,
causing marks on his forearms,
Deputy Bivins said. He .was
released. rom...custody..-after.-a.. -
$5,000 surety bond was
posted. .,.

Douglas Roppelt, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 24 by Clay deputies for
shoplifting.

Saheed Reginald Mustapha,
28, of Saginaw, Mich., was
arrested Oct. 28 by Patrolman
Murray for disorderly
intoxication. Mustapha was
involved in a verbal 'argument
on North Temple Avenue at
1:19 a.m. She refused to quiet
down and continued to scream
and curse at the officer,
Patrolman Murray said. Bond
was set at $1,000.

Willie Dave Houston, 46,
of Lake Butler was arrested
--Oct.- 28 by Union Deputy
Mindy Goodwin for
shoplifting and resisting a law
enforcement officer without
violence. Houston is charged
with stealing from Spires. The
deputy saw him fleeing and
ordered Houston to stop, but
he went into a wooded area.
After the deputy drew her
Taser, Houston came out of
the woods with his hands
Above his head and was
transported to the county jail,
Deputy Goodwin said.

Marge Christakes, 60, of
Worthington Springs was
arrested Oct. 30 by Deputy
Smith for trespassing.
Christakes was sitting in a car


in front of Elixson's shop
where she had received a
trespass warning on Feb. 1.
Tiffany Wexler, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 26 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for petit theft. She was
charged Oct. 23 with violation
of probation.

Russell Griffis, 32, of
Raiford was arrested Oct. 27 by
Orange Park Officer P.D.
Hansen for failure to pay child
support. Griffis may purge by
paying $830.

Javares Lamar Barnes, 25,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 27
by Clay Deputy Bryon Maylon
for violation of probation petit
theft. Bond was set at $502.

Mark Smith, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 25 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for grand theft of
property.

Tamara G. Lindsey, 29, of
Brooker was arrested Oct. 27
by Bradford Deputy Clint
Lockhart on a warrant for grand,
theft. Bond was set at $50,000.

Sharon W. Huffstickler,
55, of Lawtey was arrested
Oct. 27 by Bradford Deputy
Drew Moore on a warrant for
grand theft and fraudulent use
of credit card. She was released
from custody after a $20,000
surety bond was posted.

James David McDaniel, 40,
was arrested Oct. 20 in Orange
County on a Bradford warrant
for violation of probation.
Bond was set at $5,000.

Merlin Devon Howard, 26.
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 26


in Pasco County on a Bradford
warrant for failure to appear
domestic battery. Bond was set
at $5,000.

Thomas 4oss O'Steen was
arrested Oct. 28 by Starke
patrolmen on a warrant for
worthless check. A $225 cash
bond was posted for his
release.

Traffic
Jacob Matthew Jones, 20,
of Gainesville was arrested
Oct. 29 by Bradford Deputy
Thomas Sapp for driving under
the influence (DUI). Jones'
bloqd-alcohol level was .18
percent when his 2000
Plymouth was stopped on
U.S. 301 at 4:23 a.m. He was
released from custody after a
$2,000 surety bond was
posted.

David Cory Pike was
arrested Oct. 27 by Hampton
patrolmen for DUI. He was
released after a $2,000 surety
bond was posted.

Christopher Ryan Carlton,
31, of Lawtey was arrested
Oct. 27 by Clay Deputy S.K.
Strickland for driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS), attaching tag not
assigned and possession of
cannabis. During a traffic stop
at 6:30 a.m. for a violation of
right of way, the deputy found
a bag of marijuana in the
driver's side door pocket.
Carlton was transported to the
county jail.

Damion Joel Middleton,
22, of Starke was arrested Oct.
29 by Deputy Sapp for DWLS
knowingly. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.


Jessica Williamson, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 30 for DWLS.

Victoria Jackson, 30, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
27 by Patrolman Davis for
DWLS. She was released from
custody after a $2,500 surety
bond was posted.

Joshua John Gill, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 29 by Clay Deputy Lance
Kraemer for operating a motor
vehicle while his license was
suspended or revoked with
knowledge. Gill's vehicle was
traffic stopped on S.R. 21. A
computer check found his
license suspended indefinitely
Oct. 3.

Johnnie D. Bellflower, 25,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 28
by Patrolman Murray for
violation of driver's license
restriction. He was released
from custody after a $500
surety bond was posted.

Nora Norine Myers, 36, of
.Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 24 by Clay Deputy Renee


Scucci for failure to appear
DWLS. Bond was set at $502.

Lillian Penelope McGee,
61, of Hawthorne ws arrested
Oct. 27 by Clay Det. Edwin
Gibson for violation of
probation leaving scene of
-accident with injuries. McGee
was arrested Oct. 26 for grand
theft. The arrest violated her
probation, Det. Gibson said.


Robert Demps, 54, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 26 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
failure to appear felony
DWLS, fleeing eluding law
enforcement officer at high
speed, resisting arrest without
violence and petit theft with no
bond.



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CRIME I1


Students attend SPARC Attack


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:

.Travis Dekon Covington,
20, of Starke was arrested Oct.
29 by Deputy Sapp for failure
to appear DWLS and violation
of probation. Surety bonds
totalling $4,705 were posted
for his release from custody.

Daniel Edward Dukes, 39,
was arrested Oct. 23 by
Bradford Deputy Scott Konkel
for failure to appear DUI. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Louie M. Wartluft, 18, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 29 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for violation of probation
DWLS. He was released after a
$5,000 surety bond was
posted.
Nathan Mack, 50, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 23 by
Deputy Sapp for failure to
appear DWLS. A $4,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.


Sworn
complaints
filed on BMS
students
A 13-year-old Bradford
Middle School student was
charged with theft and dealing
in stolen property last week.
The student stole a game
system from another student
and tried to sell it for $5,
"according to Patrolman David
'Bukowski. The student was
,sentenced to the Alternative
School for 45 days due to this
" being a repeated offense,
:Patrolman Bukowski said.
Another 13-year-old BMS
i student was charged with
:: battery after allegedly choking
Another student, He was
*released; to his parents,
Patrolman Bukowski said.,
i .- ,'

Melrose man
struck while
jogging
A 59-year-old Melrose man
iwas struck by a vehicle Oct.
30 as he was jogging on
Southwest 75th Street in
Alachua County.
Ralph King was transported
ito Shands at the University
following the 5:25 p.m.


accident, according to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper W.J.
Berger. King's condition was
good as of press time.
A 1999 Honda, driven by
George Richard of Gainesville,
was eastbound on Southwest
14th Avenue. King was
jogging on the sidewalk
adjacent to Southwest 75th
Street, Trooper Berger said.
King and the Honda entered the
crosswalk at the same time and
King was struck on his left
side. King tumbled onto the
hood before falling to the
ground, Trooper Berger said.
He suffered injuries to his head
and shoulder, Trooper Berger
said.
Charges are pending in the
crash, Trooper Berger said.

Starke man
hospitalized
from crash
A 49-year-old Starke man
remains in fair condition
following a crash on C.R. 225
in Lawtey.
Dennis D. Roberts was
transported to Shands
Jacksonville by TRAUMA
One after his van crashed Oct.
29. He remains hospitalized
with his condition upgraded
from serious to fair.
Roberts, driving a 1988
Chevrolet van, was westbound
on C.R. 225 at 2 a.m.,
according to Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper M.D.
Childress. As the van entered
the city of Lawtey, Roberts'
lost control and the van rotated
in a counterclockwise
direction, striking a concrete
curb, Trooper Childress said.
The van struck two sign posts
before striking two trees,
Trooper Childress said.
Damage to the van was
$1,500. Charges are pending in
the crash, Trooper Childress
said.

FHP
checkpoint
locations
for November
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during October in
SBradford.and Union counties. -


Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed toward drivers who
violate the driver's license
laws of Florida.
The patrol has found the
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver's license
laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.
The checkpoints are as
follows:
Union County
C.R. 238 and S.R. 238 west
of Lake Butler, S.R. 121 in
Raiford, north of Raiford and
in Worthington Springs, C.R.
16 west of Starke, C.R. 18 west
of Worthington Springs, S.R.
231 south of Lake Butler, C.R.
229 north of S.R. 121, C.R.
231 Bradford/Union line.
Bradford County
S:R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
100A east of Starke, C.R. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227,
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, C.R. 221 in
Hampton, SW 75th Ave. west
of Starke, C.R. 18 at C.R. 221,
C.R. 18 in Hampton, C.R. 225
east of Lawtey, C.R. 225 at
C.R. 229, S.R. 16 west of
Starke, Market Road north of
Starke, C.R. 18 west of
Hampton, S.R. 227.

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STONE-IRWIN
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On Oct. )J8 and 19, high
school students from around
the district were chosen to
attend SPARC Attack, a two
day overnight event held at
Florida Bible Camp in High
Springs. A total of 150
students were selected to
attend based upon their GPA,
leadership skills and advisory
recommendations.
This year the main theme of
SPARC, an acronym for
Safety Preparedness and
Readiness Coalition, was teen
suicide prevention.
Students were given suicide
prevention strategies they can
use to strengthen young
people who are coping with
daily stress, depression or a
general negative outlook.
During the camp, groups of
students introduced projects
and ideas geared towards first
aid and response, teen suicide
issues and leadership skills.
Projects ranged from topics
such as youth crime watch to
disaster and emergency
preparation.
Not only were the projects
designed to strengthen and
empower youth and build
character, but they emphasized
preparedness activities that can.
be implemented in schools and
communities in light of the
recent natural disasters to hit
the state.
The students were also
involved in activities such as
See SPARC, p. 11B


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fearful, and while several men were
questioned, it would be months before
Rolling was arrested and charged with
the murders.
In November 1991, a grand jury
returned an indictment, charging
Rolling with five murders. He went to
trial, pleading "not guilty," but as the
trial began, he confessed to the five
murders and pled "guilty."
Circuit Court Judge Stan Miller
sentenced Rolling to death for each of
the five murders and the jury concurred.
He spent the next 12 years on Death


Rolling, a drifter from Louisiana, Row, at Florida State Prison and/or
checked into the University Inn in Union Correctional Institution.
Gainesyie,A 18,99 bucheced ou p.Wedesda afternoon,
ou .uocn^to cp mJodseo. e r.p1w.xeecujo,. there .Nere
Archer Road. 20-25 media vehicles with large round
On Aug. 26, the bodies of university antennas positioned on the west side of
students Christina Powell, 17, and SR-16 inside prison grounds, waiting to
Sonja Larsen, 18, were found in their inform the world of Rolling's fate. The
apartment on SW 16th Street. rejection of his appeal to the Supreme
The next day, Aug. 27, the mutilated Court was received in the prison about
The next day, Aug. 27 the mutilated an hour before the scheduled time, and
body of Santa Fe Community,.College plans continued to move ahead. At 6:13
student Christa Hoyt, 18, was found inm p an ve he
her apartment on SW 24th Avenue. p.m., word was received from the prison
her apartment on SW24th Avenue. that Inmate Danny Rolling was dead.
On Aug. 28, the bodies of university Followin an execution, the inmate's
students Manuel Taboada, 23, and Tracy er'
Paules, 23were found i.n their body is taken to the medical examiner's
apartmenton Archer Road. office in Gainesville for an autopsy,
apartment on Archer Road. after which it will be transferred to the
Gainesville residents were frightened Archer Funeral Home in Lake Butler. In
that a serial killer was stalking the the Rolling case, the body will be
community and many college students claimed and removed by Rolling's
fled the city. brother, but unclaimed inmate bodies
The saga of serial killer Ted Bundy eint i Pi cemetery at
d in Union Correctional Institution.
remained in the memories -of the
Ti tiispebple, feeding the fear of more Several family members of the five
brutal murders. Bundy was executed at victims were among the hundreds of
Florida State Prison Jan. 24, 1989, for people across the road from the prison
murdering a 12-year-old girl near Lake compound. Some expressed hope that
City, and leaving her body in a pig pen, closure would now be possible.
He was known to have killed 28
women, and.possibly many, many more. By Buster Rahn, Special to the Telegraph
Gainesville residents had. reason to be


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Reader
questif'ls
Florida law
IDear Editor: -" '" -i'
I It has come to my attention
'that there is a law that solely.
,pertains to the state of Florida.'
In the sorrowful event that
there is a negligent/wrongful
,death that occurs from a
,physician/hospital, the only
family that can proceed with.,
any legal action is children of
the deceased that are under the
age of 25 or a spouse. No other'
living or blood relative can
lawfully seek legal action'
unless they uere dependent
wholly or substantially on the.
deceased for support.
What happens if the hospital,
or doctor's malpractice causes
the death of an elderly widow
who was retired? Her children
are over 25 and there are no
other dependent relatives, tihenr
the only damage recoverable are
the funeral expenses and
medical bills that, were caused


by the negligence.
A malpractice suit solely for
the purpose of recovering the
funeral bill which may range
from $3,200 to $12,500 often
costs between $40,000 and
$90,000 in expenses, and
would cost extremely more
than what could be recovered.
Hospitals in Florida are full of
unmarried adults with no
children under 25 and full of
'retired people without spouses.
This law only applies to
medical malpractice and no
other types of negligently
caused deaths. This'statute


elevates doctors and hospitals
to the status, of having
immunity for negligently
killing some. of the most
defenseless members of our
society-the elderly, the
disabled and the
underemployed.
The only way to,.start the
process of removing this
discriminatory law is for the
people of Florida to express
their opinion- to their
representative.
F. Givens
Defuniak Springs


Logan Wilson (far right) gets his hand stamped by P.E. coach Will Hartley to record
how many laps he has walked. Also waiting behind Wilson are Alec Harden and
Mikell Kimbrell. Austin Olive is also pictured waiting.


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walk for health and prizes


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
As the name suggests, the
"Walking Club" at Starke's
:Southside Elementary School,
is a program in which students
walk, but many chose to run
on the program's kick-off day.
Walk, run-it doesn't
matter. The end result is the
same-students get the
opportunity to participate in
See WALK, p. 11B

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Rolling gets cheers and

jeers in final curtain call


Curtain calls are usually fun things,
with actors accepting cheers from the
audience for their performances
immediately following the main act.
Danny Rolling had to wait more than
16 years for his final curtain call, and it
was anything but fun for the lead actor
in the sad real-life drama that was
played out in Gainesville almost 20
years ago. The final curtain dropped
Oct. 25, a few minutes after 6 p.m. in
the execution chamber of Florida State
Prison. Rolling is dead at the hands of
the state.


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Martha Neeld

Martha Neeld
LAWTEY Martha Neeld, 67,
of Lawtey died Friday, Oct. 20,
2006, at Haven Hospice Roberts
Care Center following an
extended battle with cancer.
Born in Pelham, Ga., Ms.
Neeld lived much of her life in
Jacksonville before moving to
Lawtey 10 years ago.
Ms. Neeld is survived by: a
son, Thomas Rice of Lawtey; two
daughters, Angela Boring of
Jacksonville and Ann Haywood
of Hazelhurst, Ga.; and numerous
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
Services for Ms. Neeld will be
private.
'Memorial contributions may
be made to St. Vincent's
Children's Miracle Network

Rose Aleshire
STARKE Rose Marie
Aleshire, 66, of Starke died
Sunday, Oct. 22, 2006, at Shands
UF in Gainesville.
Born in Burbank, Calif., Ms.
Aleshire was assistant
postmaster for the U.S. Postal
Service in Starke.
Ms. Aleshire is survived by: a
brother Don Aleshire of Orlando.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Delbert Bennett
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Delbert W. "Del" Bennett, 64, of
Keystone Heights died Thursday,
Oct. 26, 2006, at his residence
following an extended- battle
with cancer.
Born in Broadwater, Neb., Mr.
Bennett moved to Keystone
Heights in 1970 from
Jacksonville. He served in the
U.S. Navy during the Vietnam
War and worked for Perdue Office
Interiors for many years until ill
health forced- his-retirement.
Mr. Bennett is survived by:
his wife of 40 years, Patricia
Liddell- -Benneit. of Keystnne c"
Heights; a 'on. Dafrrin Perdue
Bennett; a daughter, Dana
Eatmon; his mother, Lois
Bennett of Shoshone, Idaho; a
brother, Donald, Bennett of
Eugene, Ore.; and four
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his father, Doyal A.
Bennett, and a brother, Dale
Bennett.
A celebration of the life of Mr.
Bennett was Oct. 30, 2006, in
Moring Funeral Home in
Melrose.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Haven Hospice of the
Lakes, 6400 St. Johns Ave.,
Palatka, FL 32177.


Cassandra Carter
JACKSONVILLE Cassandra
Leann Finley Carter, 23, of
Jacksonville died suddenly at her
residence on Saturday, Oc., 28,
2006.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Carter lived most of her life in
Macclenny before moving to
Jacksonville four years ago. She
was a homemaker and was of the
Baptist faith.
Mrs. Carter is survived by: her
husband, Jeremy Carter of
Jacksonville; two daughters,
Jessilyn Trinity Carter and
Brooklyn Legena Carter; a son,
Logan Carter; her mother, Sandra
Hammonds of Macclenny; her
father, William "Buck" Finley of
Jacksonville; a sister, Angela
Finley of Macclenny; six
brothers, William Finley Jr.,
Travis Finley, Bobby Joe
Finley, Eugene Finley and Justin
Hammonds, all of Macclenny,
and Albert C. Finley of High
Springs; her maternal
grandmother, Lois Wright of
Macclenny; and her maternal
grandfather, Gene Hammonids of
Kingsport, Tenn.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Carter were Nov. 1, 2006, in
Chrisian Fellowship Church of
Macclenny with the Rev. David
Thomas officiating. Burial
followed in South Prong
Cemetery in Baker County under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

John LaRue
PALM COAST Dr. John
Robert LaRue Jr., 67, of Palm
Coast died suddenly on Saturday,
Oct. 28, 2006, at Shands UF.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., on
Nov. 11, 1938, Dr. LaRue moved
to Palm Coast seven months ago
from Enterprise, Ala. He was of
the Episcopal faith and was a
retired DMD. He retired as a
colonel in the U.S. Army,
serving during the Vietnam War
and afterward. He was a member
of the Order of the Purple Heart
Association.
Dr. LaRue is survived by: his
wife of 44 years, Etta Soltis
LaRue of Palm Coast; two
daughters, Karen Elizabeth LaRue
of Jacksonville and Shari LaRue
Bishop of Palm Coast, formerly
of Starke; a son, Michael Robert
LaRue of Palm Coast; and four
grandchildren.
Graveside services for Dr.
LaRue will be held on Thursday,
Dec. 14, 2006, at Arlington
National Cemetery with an Army
chaplain conducting the
services. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones Funeral Home
of Starke.

Taylor TUOi fer
M)DDLEBURG Infant Marie
Taylbr Turner,'8 days old, died at
Wolfson Children's Hospital on
Tuesday, Oct. 24, .2006,
following heart complications,"
Taylor was born in Orange
Park on Oct. 16, 2006. She is
survived by her parents, Fred
Turner and Stephanie Ramsey of
Middleburg; four siblings, Fred
Patrick Turner III, Alliyah Jade
Turner, Sydney Bell Ramsey and
Ciara Shay Turner; maternal
grandparents, James and Jeanette.,
Stevens of West Palm Beach; and
her paternal grandparents, Fred
V. Turner Jr. of Venice and


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Nina Crawford
LAKE CITY Nina Scott
Crawford, 85, of Lake City died
Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2006, at
Still Waters Extended Care
Center following an extended
illness.
Born in Buenivista, Ga., Mrs.
Crawford lived in Plant City
before moving to Lake City in
1964. She and her late husband,
Vernon Crawford, lived on a farm
near Ellisville. She retired from
Belk Lindsey as a clerk. She was
a member of Lake View Church of
Christ in Lake City.
Mrs. Crawford is survived by:
a son, Charlie Crawford of Lake
City; three brothers, Perry Scott,
Billy Scott and Garnet Scott, all
of Columbus, Ga.; a sister,
Thelma Melton of Dublin, Ga.;
two grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Crawford were Sept. 30, 2006, in
the chapel of Archer Furneral
Home of Lake Butler with
Brother Carlton McPeak
officiating. Burial followed in
Douglas Cemetery in Lulu.


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In Memory

In Loving Memory
,of
Justin D. Edwards
March 29, 1976-Nov. 4, 2005
The Broken Chain
We little knew that day God was
going to call your name.
In life we loved ou dearly.
In death we do the same.
It broke our hearts to lose you.
You did not go alone. For part of
us went with you. The day God
called you home.
You left us beautiful memories.
Your love is still with us. And
though we cannot see you, you are
always at our side.
Our family chain is broken.
And nothing seems the same.
But as God calls us one by one,
the chain will link again.
Grannie, Pops and
all of your family


In Memory

In Loving Memory
of
Hailey Cheyanne
Jackson
Nov. 1, 2004 --Nov. 2, 2004

You were only here for a little
while-long enough for us to see
your precious face, hold you in
our arms and tell you how very
much you were loved.
I thank God for giving us that
time. It didn't seem long enough
then, but it means so much now.
Not a single day passes thdt I
don't think of you ... what a
beautiful little girl you would be
now ...what a joy you would have
brought to our lives.
I know there are.angels and that is
what you were meant to be ... I
knew you were an angel the first
moment I looked at you.
"Our Little Angel, Our Beautifdul
Little Hailey.
In our hearts always,
Daddy, Grammie Kelly,
Aunt Ashley, Uncle Logan


InMemoryj1


Michelle Lee


In Loving Memory
of
Michelle Lee
Oct. 31, 1973 Oct. 13, 2001
My heart is saddened that already
another year has come and gone
without you. I treasure the
memories of oui friendship and
although you are gone, you will
neter beforgotten. You were the
"icon" of what a "true friend" is
and will always be to mne.
Happy Birthday!! I Love Ya Girl!
Forever in my heart,
Christy S.


In Loving Memory
of
Mannie
October 17, 2006
To our sweet boy, Mannie:
You touched our lives for four
beautiful years and you have
blessed our lives forever. We love
you so much.
The things you have taught us
have made us stronger and better
people. Children are supposed'to
;.earn from their parents, but we
have learned from you. You were
truly a blessing and a gift from
God. Not one day will pass that we
won't long to hold you tight, kiss
your cheeks and tell you how
much we love you.
We know you would have grown
up to be a great and handsome
man. Now we know that you are
the most beautiful angel in heaven.
Forever in our hearts, you will
remain. And not one day will go
by that we will not be thinking of
you! We love and miss you so
much!
Love Always,
Mom, Dad and Ronnie Marie


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T4le Madison Street Baptist Church Upward Soccer third-fourth-grade Lady Tigers
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Morris, Karen Clark, Sierra Kersey, Jace Atkinson, Mackenzie Cogdill, (back) coach
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The Madison Street Baptist Church Upward Soccer third-fourth-grade Lady
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Madison Worth, Brooke Parrish, Sarah Samons, Briel Waldrop, Priscilla Waters,
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The Madison Street Baptist Church Upward Soccer third-fourth-grade Wolfpack are:
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Caleb Oschner, Tyler Wainwright, Wyatt Griner, Trevor Finley, (back, from left)
coach Martin Seay anddcoach R6nhie Beck. Photo courtesy of Thornton ..
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BY JIM DEVALERIO
Bradford Extension Agent

A. workshop for producers
and local entrepreneurs is
being offered at the Bradford
County Extension office on
Thursday, Nov. 16, from 5:30-
9 p.m.
This workshop is a follow-
up to a meeting held last
August where potential
sustainable crops for North
Florida were discussed.
Enough people were interested
in vegetable and herb
production to warrant another
meeting.
These workshops are part of
the University of Florida's
endeavors to train and assist
farmers to produce sustainable
agricultural products. The
university is doing this because


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Contiued from p.1 B

Blackfoot, performing at 10
p.m.
Live entertainment on
Saturday begins at 8:30 a.m.
with a second performance by
Gonzo Gator. Flashback takes
the stage at 10 a.m. and
Creature will perform at 11:30
a.m.
The Dirt Road Band will
kick off the afternoon at 1 p.m.
Southern Rukus performs at 2
p.m., Big Engine takes the
stage at 3 p.m. and Thermal
Image will be back at 4:30
p.m.
Grump will perform at 6
p.m. and Local Traffic will
take the stage again at 7:30
p.m.
Saturday's headliner will. be
the Charlie Daniels Band, who
will be on stage at 9:30 p.m.
"Charlie Daniels celebrated
his birthday this past weekend,
so we have a little something
planned to recognize him in
appreciation for his years on
stage," said Watterson.
In. addition. to_ this wide
variety of musical
enteridinment, there will bea "
number of "bike games" or
mini competitions and
exhibitions for motorcycle
lovers. Bike games will take
place throughout the day both
days.
Those who have a
competitive urge can
participate in the contests on
Saturday. At 12:30 p.m., the
ladies will take' the stage for a
bikini contest. That will be
followed by a "darkest tan"
contest at 2:30 p.m.
At 4 p.m., the best tattoo
will be chosen from those
sported by the competitors. At
5:30'p.m., Dick's Wings is
sponsoring a wing eating
contest. The winner of that
contest might not want to try
out for the "best abs" contest at
7 p.m., but there should be
plenty of competitors vying for
the prizes.
A mechanical bull will be
available for riding both days,
but those who want something
a little less tame can have their
wish, too. Live bull riding will
take place at 6 p.m. on
Saturday at the Bradford
Roping Club arena adjacent to
the fairgrounds.
,"We're going to have 30 live
bulls in an open bull .riding.
competition," said Watterson.
A Fall Jam ticket will gain
you free entry to that event as.
well. In fact, Watterson said a
Fall Jam ticket includesentry
for all the entertainment,
contests and special events
planned in relation to the Fall
Jam.
A wrestling ring will also be
set up with a match scheduled
for 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
"The biggest thing is that we
want to say thanks to the
people who have supported us
in planning this event," said
Watterson. "The community
has just been great."
Sponsors for .the event
include WEAG Eagle Country,
Wind FM, K-Country,. A
Bradford Plus Insurance, Law
Offices of Brown and Broling,
Hot Wheels Florida TV Series,
T-Mobile, Budweiser, Coastal
Wrestling Association, J&J.
Motorcycle Accessories,
Jennings Insulation and
Pritchett Trucking Inc.
Parking will be organized by
the Bradford County Sheriff's
Explorers. Donations to the
explorers will help fund the
program that provides local
young people the opportunity
to explore a career in law
enforcement. The funds will be,
primarily used to fund a trip


there are several community
markets throughout the state
that cannot get enough fresh
produce to sell at their
markets. Part of the reason for
the shortage of produce at
, community markets is because
people do not know the
markets exist.
People nped to know what
crops can be grown and the
best methods to grow them
here in Bradford County.
Vegetables and herbs are some
commodities people like to
grow along with fresh fruit.
Bob Hochmuth, a University
of Florida multi-county
vegetable p.rodfiction
specialist, will be teaching two
topics: "Growing Vegetables
and Herbs 'in the Field" and

See HERBS, p. 9B


the local young people are
planning to state convention
meetings in December, March
and June.
For more information, call
(904) 964-2010 or e-mail
jjcycle@amnetline.com.


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BY PAT WAINWRIGHT
Special to the Telegraph
The family of Mable Britt
Wainwright and Truby Lee
Wainwright held a family
reunion on Oct, 7, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club hosted
by Louie, Anabel and Pat
Wainwright with 76 family
members attending.
Mable and Truby Wainwright
were married in Starke on Oct.
26, 1908, and resided in Lawtey
until their deaths in 1968
(Truby) and 1989 (Mable).
Their children were Bill, Henry
(Pete), Edward, Frank (Doc),
Louie. James (Cobby),


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CONGRESSIONAL

UNITED STATES SENATOR
. .... .. ... .Vypte f QrO e).......

4 Katherlne Harris REP

C Bill Nelson DETAv
. Floyd Ray Frazier NPA
c Belinda Noah NPA
S Brian Moore NPA
- Roy Tanner NPA

- Write-in
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
DISTRICT 6
(Vote for One)

C Clifford (Cliff) B. Steams REP
> David E. Bruderly DEM
STATE -

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR
(Vote for One)

< Charlie Crist REP
Jeff Kottcamp

J Jim Davis DEM
Daryl L. Jones,

S VMax Linn REF
Tom Macklln

S Rilchard Paul Dembinsky NPA
Dr. Joe Smith

C Jo1hn Wayne Smith NPA
James J. Kearney

O Kpri C.C. Behm NPA
Carol Castagnero

Wrte-iln

ATTORNEY GENERAL
(Vote for One)

Bll I McCollum REP
> V\(Walter "Skip" Campbell DEM
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
(Vote for One)

Tom Lee REP
C:5 Alex Sink DEM

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
(Vote for One)

<=> Charles. H. Bronson REP
SErip Copeland DEM

LEGISLATIVE' .
STATE SENATOR
DISTRICT 14
(Vote for One)

> Steve Oelrich REP
> Ed Jennings Jr DEM


Marguerite, Jack and Dan, and
three other sons who died in
infancy.
Surviving children are Louie,
James, Marguerite and Jack.
Marguerite Wainwright Brassell
of Dover, Del., was unable to
attend because of illness;
It had been many, many years
since the family held a reunion
and everyone was happy to be
able to be together again.
The relatives enjoyed a
period of getting reacquainted
and socializing before dinner
while munching on an array of
vegetables, fruits and relishes
and viewing old family pictures.


Also displayed were some of
grandmother's knitting,
crocheting and other
handiworks brought by Betty
Wainwright Knight.
Louie Wainwright provided
background music with CDs by
Marvin Goldstein, a highly
acclaimed pianist, arranger and
entertainer, and Rufus
Wainwright, pianist, songwriter,
and vocalist. Billy Wainwright
distributed baseball cards of his
son, Adam Wainwright, who
pitches for: the St. Louis
Cardinals. Adam wa involved
in the playoffs and could not
attend the reunion.


The tables were decorated
with fresh potted mums in
bright fall colors, votives, and
garlands of amber beads.
After dinner, everyone
enjoyed more visiting, coffee
and after-dinner mints while
several relatives took more
snapshots and individual family
group pictures.

The reunion was a success,:
the food was very good, the.
accommodations were great and -
everyone left with a greater
appreciation for family and a-
closer relationship with
extended family members.


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BRADFORD COUNTY PRECINCTS AND POLLING LOCATIONS


Precinct 1
Precinct 2
Precinct 3A
Precinct 3B
Precinct 4
Precinct 5A
Precinct 5B
Precinct 6A
Precinct 6B
Precinct 7


Lawtey City Hall
Macedonia Freewill Baptist Church
Bradford County Fairgrounds, Bldg. 3
Bradford County Fairgrounds, Bldg. 3
Senior Center, Georgia Street.
First United Methodist Church, Walnut St.
First United Methodist Church, Walnut St.
Northside Baptist Church, SR 16, Starke
Northside Baptist Church, SR 16, Starke
Church of God by Faith, 730 Old Lawtey Rd.


Precinct 8
Precinct 9
Precinct 10A
Precinct 10B
Precinct 11
Precinct 12
Precinct 13
Precinct 14
Precinct 15


First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, Starke
Shands at Starke, North Entrance
Theressa Community Center, SE 38th Ave.
First Methodist Church of Keystone, Multi-purpose Bldg.
Hampton City Hall
First Presbyterian Church, Call Street
Praise Christian Assembly, CR 18, Graham
National Guard Armory, Edwards Road
Brooker City Hall/Community Center


Due to the ongoing construction project at the Lawtey Community Center, the polling location for Precinct 2, for the November 7th
Election has temporarily been moved to the MACEDONIA FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH, 2496 Lake Street in Lawtey.


NONPARTISAN

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
SHALL JUSTICE R. FRED LEWiS.DF
THE SUPREME COURT BE RETAINED
IN OFFICE?,

> YES
N 1 NO
SHALL JUSTICE BARBARA JOAN
PARIENTE OF THE SUPREME COURT
BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?

> YES
< NO
SHALL JUSTICE PEGGY A. QUINCE
OF THE SUPREME COURT BE
RETAINED IN OFFICE?

O=> YES
'O NO
FIRST DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS
SHALL JUDGE EDWIN B. BROWNING
JR. OF THE 1ST DISTRICT COURT OF
APPEALS BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?

C- YES
>= NO
SHALL JUDGE BRAD THOMAS OF THE,
1ST DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS
BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?

<=> YES
<=> NO
SHALL JUDGE PETER D. WEBSTER
OF THE 1ST DISTRICT COURT OF
APPEALS BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?

> YES
=> NO
CIRCUIT JUDGE
8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-GROUP 4
(Vote for One)
> Stan Griffis

<= Stephen Pennypacker



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT 2
(Vote for One)

> Grea Alvarez
*0 Stacey Shuford Creighton


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AVAILABLE
October 23rd November 4th
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Daily
Monday Saturday

Just bring
your signature & photo ID
to the mobile Early Voting Center,
located in the North Parking Lot
of the Courthouse -
945 N. Temple Ave., Starke


PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS
NO. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL.AMENDMENT
ARTICLE III. SECTION 19
STATE PLANNING AND BUDGET
PROCESS
Proposing amendments to the State
Constitution to limit the amount of
nonrecurring general revenue which 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
Iong-range state planning document; and
to establish a Government Efficiency
Task Force and specify its duties.

< YES
C NO
NO. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE XI, SECTION 5
REQUIRING BROADER PUBLIC
SUPPORT FOR CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS
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.
O YES
O NO

NO. 4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 27
PROTECT PEOPLE, ESPECIALLY
YOUTH, FROM ADDICTION, DISEASE,
AND OTHER HEALTH HAZARDS OF
USING TOBACCO
To protect people, especially.youth, from
addiction, disease, and other health
hazards of using tobacco, the Legislature
shall use some Tobacco Settlement
money annually for a comprehensive
statewide tobacco education and
prevention program using Centers for
Disease Control best practices. Specifies
some program components, emphasizing
youth, requiring one-third of total annual
funding for advertising. Annual funding Is
15% of 2005 Tobacco Settlement
Payments to Florida, adjusted annually
for inflation. Provides definitions.
Effective immediately. This amendment
requires state government to appropriate
approximately $57 million in 2007 for the
Comprehensive Statewide Tobacco
Education and Prevention Program.
Thereafter, this amount will increase
annually with'inflatlon. This spending Is
expected to reduce tobacco
consumption. As a result, some
long-term savings to state and local
government health and insurance
programs are probable, but
indeterminate. Also, minor revenue loss
to state government is probable, but
Indeterminate.

< YES
> NO


PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS
NO. 6
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
I ARTICLE XII, SECTION 26

INCREASED HOMESTEAD
EXEMPTION
Proposing amendment of the State
Constitution to increase the maximum
additional homestead exemption for
low-income seniors from $25,000 to
$50,000 and to schedule the amendment
to take effect January 1, 2007, if .
adopted.

O YES
o NO

NO. 7
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
PERMANENTLY DISABLED
VETERANS' DISCOUNT ON
HOMESTEAD AD VALOREM TAX
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to provide a discount from
the amount of ad valorem tax on the
homestead of a partially or totally
permanently disabled veteran who IS age
65 or older who was a Florida resident at
the time of entering military service,
whose disability was combat-related, and
who was honorably discharged; to
specify the percentage of the discount as
equal to the percentage of the veteran's
permanent service-connected disability;
to specify qualification requirements for
the discount; to authorize the Legislature
to waive the annual application
requirement in subsequent years by
general law; and to specify that the
provision takes effect December 7; 2006,
is self-executing, and does not require
Implementing legislation.
<= YES
C NO
NO. 8
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 6
EMINENT DOMAIN
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-fifths
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.


O YES
< NO


This sample ballot was prepared
in accordance with Section 101.20, Florida
Statutes, and fumished by the Supervisor of
Elections Office of Bradford County, Florida.
Terry Vaughan
Supervisor of Elections
FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION CONTACT THE
BRADFORD COUNTY ELECTIONS
OFFICE AT:
P.O. Box 58, Starke, FL 32091
(904) 966-6266
Fax: (904) 966-6165
www.bradfordelections.com


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The extended family of Mable Britt Wainwright and Truby Lee Wainwright at the recent family reunion.



Wainwright family reunion was a hit at Starke country club


OFFICIAL SAMPLE BALLOT

GENERAL ELECTION

Bradford County, Florida

November 7, 2006


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scenes from


A man identified only as "Bear Claw" crept among
the frightened crowd.


a downtown


Halloween


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Downtown
Starke was
once again the
setting for the -
Great Pumpkin
Escape, which
was held Oct.
28. RIGHT:
Amanda and
Derek Smock
showed up
dressed as Lilo
and Stitch.


Geisha girl Liberty Bennett.


. -,in ess Madison Starling'aWd AUstifi R6 rick.
saddled up and rode horses during their visit to
downtown Starke.


Keystone's 2006 Miss Firecrackers-Kara Hoilman
and Billie Jean Byron-face painting at the American
Cancer Society booth.


HERBS
continued from p. 8B
1Hydroponic -Systems for.
Vegetables and Herb
production." Hochmuth has a
ot of experience in all phases
f vegetable and herb
reduction.
Another reason for :the
hortage of products at
communityy markets is that
additional ways that farmers
"ell their produce are not used
khen selling at community
marketss. Instead of selling to
irge food brokers, farmers,
market their goods in local
markets directly to the
)nsumer. A grower not only
as to be able to produce a
op but also has to have the
:ople skills for direct
ltarketing. iMaiy producers '
ho sell at community markets
-tuall) enjoy the customer.
teraction and they definitely
ijoy having more control
ier the prices their goods
ing. .
Because of the: changes in-
arketing structure,
workshops offered by the
university of Florida through
e Bradford County Extension
-rv'ice usually include a class
i some aspect of marketing
rategy. The workshop on
Dv. 16 w ill include a talk on
packaging Options for
wholesalee and Direct
arkeis" by. Linda Landrum
lulti-countv marketing
ent).
To round out the evening
ere w-ill also be a
-sentation on what it takes to
a certified organic gardener.
ganic gardening involves
)ducing a crop without using
.nthetically' produced
;endnments or pesticides.
ganic gardening is not for
yryone, but those who enjoy
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it are very passionate about it.
This course will also cover
some organic gardening
methods as well.
The public is invited to;
attend the workshop regardless
of race, color, sex, national
origin, or handicap. A chili
dinner will be served at 5:30


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Attendees must pre-register
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14. Seating is limited to 40, so
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

Notice is hereby given that the 2006 Ceirtified'Tax Rolls have been delivered by
the Property Appraiser to the Tax Collector. Tax Rolls are open for collection for
all Real Estate, Special Assessment, Tangible and Railroad Taxes for Bradford
County, SRWMD; SJRWMD, Starke, Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker as of
November 1, 2006 in the office of the Tax Collector, Bradford County
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addresses. If your notice has not been received by November 10, 2006, please
notify our office. If your address has changed please complete the enclosed form
and return to our main office.

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November
December
January
February
March
April


4% Discount
3% Discount
2% Discount
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Penalty


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SFCC Starke Fall Festival-

art winners are announced


Officers of the Bradford County Kennel Club are (front, from left): Kay Monaghan,
treasurer, Lois White, secretary, Howard Zane, president, and Carol Stevens, vice
president. Board members are (back, from left): Carol Green, Frances White, H.
Thomas Swanson and Kenny Stevens.


Newly formed Bradford

kennel club seeks members


The Bradford County
Kennel Club was organized in
April for the purpose. of
bringing together all those who
love and own dogs.
The object of the club is to
promote purebred dogs and


WALK
Continued from p. 4B
some physical activity and,
hopefully, are encouraged to
live a healthier lifestyle.
The program is a
cooperative effort between the
school and the Bradford
County Health Department.
Raynell Fields, chronic disease
health promotion and
education coordinator with the
health department, said it is
hoped the program, which
offers incentives, will allow
children to have more energy
throughout the day and lower
their risk of obesity.
Students at Southside have
the opportunity to walk--or
run-early in the morning
before school begins and also


dog-related activities.
However, owning a non-AKC-
registered dog is not a
detriment when joining the
club. It is an opportunity to
become a member of Bradford
County's first-ever kennel


during 9-9:30 a.m. and 10:30-
11 a.m., provided they have
finished their classroom work.
Lawtey Community School
has also instituted a walking
program, which its first- and
second-grade students
participate in during their P.E.
classes.
During the first day of the
program at Southside,
students, as they completed a
lap, had their hands stamped.
by P.E. coaches Will Hartley
and Alan Womack. Students
receive prizes, depending upon
how many laps they do. Prizes
include pencils, rulers,
bracelets, jump ropes, water
bottles and T-shirts.
There is also a competition
between classrooms where the
class with the most laps toward
the end of the year receives a
pizza party.


club. Members can take active
parts and their input is helpful.
Future plans include match
shows, which are an
inexpensive way to train dogs
for the show ring, obedience
classes, which are popular with
owners seeking to improve
their dogs' behavior, and
junior showmanship for
children 8-17.
The Bradford County
Kennel Club meets the third
Thursday of each month at
Capital City Bank in Starke.
Meetings begin at 7:30 p.m.
For more information,
please call Howard Zane at
(904) 964-6296.


BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
The winners of the 2006
SFCC Starke Fall Festival
student art contest are as
follows.
High school: first place-
Caleb Smith, ninth grade;
second place-Megan Rainey,
eleventh grade; third
place-Kim Juchmiewicz,
twelfth grade; and fourth
place-Atesha Beaufort, twelfth
grade.
Fourth and Fifth Grade: first
place-Bailey Creighton fourth


SPARC
Continued from p. 3B
putting together first aid kits to
be distributed to schools,
intense socialization with other
students and football and
volleyball games..
Monisha Perkins of
Bradford High School said, "It
was a very interesting.
experience. I learned a lot on
first aid. It also felt good to be
around a lot of other leaders of
our youth."
On-the second day of camp,
guest speaker Nan Henderson
interacted directly with the
students to assist them with
strategies and insights to build
resiliency in their lives and the
lives of others.
Bradford High School
student Jasmine Jefferson said,


grade, Lawtey Community
School; second place-Molina
Jackson, fourth grade, Lawtey
Community School; third
place-James Bowman, fourth
grade, Lawtey Community
School; and fourth
place-Allayna Norris, fifth
grade, Southside Elementary
School.
Kindergarten to Third
Grade: first place-Autumn-
Miller, third grade, Southside
Elementary; second place-
Emily Ford, first grade,
Lawtey Community School,
third place-Makayla Smith,


first grade, Hampton
Elementary tied with Ty Ward,
third grade, Southside
Elementary; and fourth
place-Eric Jones, first grade,
Lawtey Community School
tied with Dawson Watson,
third grade, Starke Elementary.
The Best of Show award
was given to fourth grader
Bailey Creighton of Lawtey
Community School.
Juried awards were also
given to local artists Millard
Griffis of Starke (Best of
Show) and Sheila Crawford of
Lawtey (Award of
Excellence).


"The activities were very life
changing. It had very helpful,
life tips. I would advise
everyone to participate next


year."
Bradford High School
student Andrew Norman
contributed to. this story.


Theater group
to hold garage
sale Nov. 11
Lake Region Community
Theatre is hosting an indoor
garage e on Saturday, Nov.
11, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at
the LRCT theater location at
218 South Walnut St. in Siarke.
This LRCT fund-raising
project will take place rain or
shine and will offer the
community a wide range of
items, at rock-bottom prices.
Proceeds from the. sale will go
toward the theater renovation
projects that are currently
underway.
LRCT is a nonprofit,
volunteer organization.
If you would like to donate
items or need additional
information please contact the
theater at (352) 226-2082.


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students. The program matches
first- and second-graders who
are struggling with reading
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This is also an excellent
opportunity for high school
students seeking volunteer
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YMCA will train volunteers
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Section C: Thursday, Nov. 2, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor




Former UCHS running back having impact at Clemson


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
He may have been held to
just 41 yards in his team's 24-7



3 UC grads

getting a

taste of

college life

BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Former Union County
Tigers football players
Brendan Odom, Willie Oliver
and Chris Perry are once again
teammates as they were all
awarded with scholarships to
play football for the Bethune-
Cookman Wildcats in Daytona
Beach.
"Work hard and enjoy your
high school days, because
you're going to miss them,"
said Perry. "And don't take
anything for granted."
Good thing Perry didn't take
for granted that he would not
have a future playing college
football.
Around this time last year,
five scholarships by fellow
Tigers players were already in
the works-Brendan Odom and
Willie Oliver were going to
play for Bethune-Cookman
College, Kasey Nobles for
Rice University, and C.J.
Spiller and Kevin Alexander
for Clemson University.
Bethune-Cookman offered
early scholarships to Odom
and Oliver, but there were no
scholarships funds left to offer
to Perry.
Two days before national
signing day, Perry received a
call from Bethune telling,,him
that they_wanted him to come
play football for them. "I had
prayed about this a lot. I was
so excited when they called, I
couldn't believe it," said Perry.
The trio all agree --that
sometimes the schedule can be
a bit crazy. Generally,
practices are from 3 to 6:45
p.m. every weekday and
Saturday, too, unless there is
a gamiie. The only day they
really have off is Sunday.
"One big difference between
practices at high school and in
college is that there is a lot
more running," says Odom.
Odom has played on special
teams in six games for the
Wildcats this season, making a
total of 10 tackles, seven of
those being solo tackles. He
also has one quarterback sack
and one forced fumble.
The first time Odom ran
down the field playing for the
Bethune Wildcats was at Alltel
Stadium in Jacksonville.
"I was so nervous. I mean,
that place is huge compared to
high school stadiums," said
Odom. "And the traveling is
fun, I get to see some sights,
but some places are a lot
colder than I am used to."
Perry and Oliver were both
redshirted their first season at
Bethune, meaning they do
everything with the team
except travel and play in the.
games.
"It's really more of a
compliment, though, because
being redshirted means we get
an extra year of playing
football with the Wildcats after'
we graduate from college,"
said Perry.
According to Oliver, college
life is definitely a lot harder.
"At football practice, we do so
much conditioning. And the
school work- in college is a lot
tougher, as well.
Teachers give you the work
to do and expect you to turn it
in on time. If you don't, you
get an 'F' just like that.
All those things we were
told over-and over again about
being responsible really come
in to play. There's no one there
to remind you of what you
need to do or wake to you up
in the mornifigs," said Oliver. ,:
"It's tough, but I am
thankful for the people of
Union County who helped me
to be a better person.


See GRADS, p. 2C


loss to Virginia Tech on Oct.
26, but Clemson freshman
running back C.J. Spiller has
put together some good
numbers 'this season, which


may possibly end with him
being named the Atlantic
Coast Conference's Rookie of
the Year.
Spiller, a 2006 Union


County High School graduate,
has already been named ACC
Rookie of the Week three
times, the latest coming a week
before the loss to Virginia


Tech. In that game, a 31-7 win
over Georgia Tech on Oct. 21,
Spiller rushed for 116 yards
and had 50 yards receiving. He
scored two 50-yard


touchdowns (one rushing and
one receiving).
That game also led to Spiller
See SPILLER, p. 5C


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Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Nov. 2, 2006



Tornadoes stifle West Nassau offense in 40-14 win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford used a stifling
defense to snap a two-game
losing streak and give the
Tornadoes a 40-14
homecoming win over District
3-2A opponent West Nassau
on Oct. 27.
The Tornadoes (5-4, 2-3 in
District 3) gave up a scoring
drive of 54 yards to open the
game, but that was the
highlight of the night for the
West Nassau offense. The
Warriors (5-4, 2-3), whose
second touchdown came on a
drive that began at the
Bradford 2-yard line, were
held to minus-26 yards rushing
and 67 yards overall.
A key player for Bradford
was Marcus Rhines, who has
not played since Sept. 29.
Rhines, returning from an
injury, was a .disruptive force,
forcing West Nassau
quarterback A.J.
Higginbotham to fumble twice.
"He came back tonight and
was just all over the
backfield," Bradford head
coach Chad Bankston said.
Rhines' second forced
fumble was recovered by
teammate Justin Henderson,
who returned the ball 4 yards
for a touchdown that put the
Tornadoes up 19-14 with 9:34
to play in the second quarter.
The defensive unit's other
Marcus-Marcus Wilson-
had two big plays when the
Tornadoes had their backs to
the wall in the final minute of
the half.


Bradford
defensive
back Eugene
Blye (left)
attempts to
break up a
pass to West ,
Nassau's ,"
Derek
Anderson. ,









West Nassau began a drive
at the Bradford 6 after
recovering a fumble. However,
the Warriors' Derek Bradley
was dropped for an 8-yard loss
by Wilson, which forced the
Warriors into third-and-goal
from the 15. West Nassau
eventually settled for a 32-yard
field goal attempt, which
Wilson blocked to preserve
Bradford's 26-14 lead as time
expired in the half.
Wilson wasn't even
supposed to play because, in
S-Bankston's words, he's
"banged up." However, he
wanted to play and wound up


making his mark.
"He gutted it out," Bankston
said. "He made some nice
plays."
The Tornadoes had trouble
running the ball at first, but
quarterback Antwan Brown
solved that problem by tossing
two first-half touchdowns. He
finished the game 9-of-16 for
188 yards and no interceptions.
"Antwan stepped up,"
Bankston said. "He just made
some great plays and great
decisions."
His first great play was a 17-
yard completion to Jernard
Beard that gave the Tornadoes


a first down at the West
Nassau 15 on their first
possession of the game. Later,
on third-and-5, Brown rolled
out as if he was going to run
before pulling up and lofting a
10-yard touchdown pass to
Eugene Blye, which tied the
game at 7-all after the PAT by
Glen Velasquez.
The Warriors were
practically handed their second
touchdown of the night. A bad
punt by Bradford from its own
9-yard line rolled backwards
before being downed at the 2-
yard line. Higginbotham
scored on a run behind center


on the first play of the second
quarter to put West Nassau up
14-7.
Bradford faced a third-and-2
on its next series, but instead
of running the ball, Brown
heaved a pass downfield to
Beard, who reeled it in for-a
73-yard touchdown.
Velasquez missed the extra
point, but the importance of
the score could not be
understated.
"Even though we were still
down a point, that was a big
momentum swing," Bankston
said.
Henderson's fumble return
gave the Tornadoes the lead
for good. Running back Jawan
Jamison then extended that
lead with the first of three
touchdown runs at the 5:52
mark of the second quarter:
Jamison's 38-yard run put
Bradford up 26-14, which was
the halftime score.
That score stood until the
fourth quarter when Jamison
scored on a 1-yard run. A 34-
yard reception by Beard, who
finished the game with four
catches for 128 yards, set the
scoring play up, which
increased the Tornadoes' lead
to 33-14.
Jamison capped the scoring
with a 63-yard touchdown run
with 3:31 remaining in the
game. He finished the night
witi 143 yards on 14 carries.
West Nassau never mounted
any kind of scoring threat in
the second half, turning the


ball over twice.
Corian Garrison and Kyle
Mercer each had a fumble
recovery for Bradford along
with Henderson, while
Jamison had an interception.
.Henderson finished with five
tackles to lead the team, while
Garrison and Jamison each had
four.


Score by Quarter
WNHS: 14 0
BHS: 13 13


0 0-14
0 14-40


Scoring Summary
WN: Anderson 7 run (Guffin
kick)
B: Blye 10 pass from Brown
(Velasquez kick)
WN: Higginbotham 2 run
(Guffin kick)
B: Beard 73 pass from Brown
(kick failed)
B: Henderson 4 fumble return
(run failed)
B: Jamison 38 run (Velasquez
kick)
B: Jamison 1 run (Velasquez
kick)
B: Jamison 63 run (Velasquez
kick)


Team Statistics


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passing Yds.
Passes
Punts
Fumbles
Penalties


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WN
15
19-(-26)
93
10-28-1
5-40
5-3
8-65


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11
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188&
9-16-0,
2-17
2-2Z
9-83:


Bradford looks to finish above .500


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The chance to 'finish the
..season above .500.
That's what's on the liie for
the Bradford football team
when it closes out the season
by hosting the Sebring Blue
Streaks this Friday, Nov. 3, at
7:30 p.m.
Bradford is currently 5-4,' as
is Sebring.
The Blue Streaks, like
Bradford, are coming off of a
win last wgel,, Jp fact, Sebrng.
has won two straight after a
49-14 loss to DeSoto. The
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GRADS
Continued from p. 1C

Especially coach Buddy
Nobles and coach Dennis
i Dotson who showed me' what
it was gonna be like sq that I
was ready for this."
Odom agrees that for the
most part, in college, you are
on your own. "There's lots of
research involved, and you,
have to be:: organized ,and
motivated to get things done.
"I think that kids in school
should know not to be
ashamed to ask for help while
they have teachers, that are
there for them. 'Asking for help
doesn't mean you are dumb."
More than anything, Odom
thanks those in his community.
who helped him get where he
is, especially his athletic
coaches as: well as Avery
Roberts, Andrew Jones, Mr.
Emery and Randy and Tasha.
Most importantly for Perry,
he wishes to thank God for this
opportunity, his parents,
family, teachers and the town
of Lake Butler. I
And to young people, who
may be thinking about a future
in college sports, Odom has
this to say: "First of all, don't


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Keystone's rushers leave Ribault in the dust, 31-14


BY ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer
The rushing of Greg Taylor
and Matt Story proved too
much for visiting Ribault as
the Keystone Heights football
team defeated the Trojans 31-
14 on Oct. 27 to lock up a trip
to the playoffs.
Taylor rushed for 185 yards
and three touchdowns on 24
carries, while Story had 104
yards and one touchdown on
22.carries as the Indians (8-1)
claimed the runner-up spot in
District 3-2A. The win capped
Keystone's district record at 4-
1 and will send the Indians to
Bushnell to play South Sumter
in the Region 2 semifinals on
Friday, Nov. 10.
Keystone lit up the board,
thanks to its rushing duo,
before the game was a half-
minute old. Story took the
opening kickoff and ran it 49
yards to Ribault's 46. On the
very next play, quarterback
Blake Lott handed off to
Taylor, who took it the
remaining 46 vards for a


touchdown at the 11:34 mark
of the first quarter.
The Trojans (2-7, 2-3 in
District 3) looked as if they
were in more hot watyr on
their second series when a
Keystone punt pinned them at
their own 1-yard line.
However, Ribault commenced
a well-balanced, time-
consuming drive directed by
quarterback Chris Everett.
Featuring the rushing of Justin
Jones and the pass receiving of
Chris Summers, the 99-yard
drive for a touchdown
culminated with Summers' 25-
yard touchdown reception.
That knotted the score at 7-all
with 2:10 left in the first
quarter.
"It took our defense a little
time to adjust to their offensive
speed and game plan,"
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said, "but we got,
that pretty well accomplished
after that drive."
Midway through the second
quarter, Keystone began a 67-
yard drive, featuring the
tandem of Taylor and Story on


the ground, an 18-yard
reception by Taylor and
significant gains by Kyle
Cravey. Taylor finished the
drive, carrying the ball into the
end zone from the 21. The
point-after kick was off the
mark, putting the Indians
ahead 13-7 with 5:26 left in the
half.
On their next series, the
Indians began what looked like
a promising drive on their own
9, with the dynamic Taylor-
Story duo again claiming large
chunks of Ribault real estate.
However, it came to naught as
Keystone got to Ribault's 15
and then were pushed back 18
yards by a quarterback sack.
Ribault moved the ball to
their own 44 on the first drive
of the second half when
Keystone defender Brandon
McGuire picked off a pass and
returned the ball to Ribault's
30.
The offense again went with
the tried and true Taylor-Story
combo, with the former
running the ball in from the 8
for his third touchdown. The





Keystone's
Matt Story
(right), shown
catching a
pass against
Interlachen
on Oct. 20,
^ scored one
touchdown
and rushed
for 104 yards
in a win over
SRibault.


Indians successfully tacked on
two points as Lott hit a wide-
open Riki Olivier in the back
of the end zone, putting the
Indians up 21-7 at the 7:30
mark of the third quarter.
Ribault wasted little time in
cutting Keystone's lead to
seven on its next series,
driving 80 yards for a
touchdown on just four plays.
The drive was highlighted by a
58-yard dash by running back
Brandon Warren, who
eventually scored on a 9-yard
run with 5:39 remaining in the
third quarter.
The Indians, on the next


series, seemed on their way to
scoring another touchdown
when they drove from their
own 28 to the Trojans' 19. It
was then that the Indians were
flagged for a chop block
(which Dickinson vehemently
objected to, but later admitted
was probably the correct call),
which set them back to the
point where they had to settle
for a 34-yard field goal by
Michael McLeod. The kick put
Keystone up by 10 with 11:09
left in the game (McLeod's
six-for-six booming kickoffs
for touchbacks was no small
factor in the Indians' win).


Ribault, in an attempt to get
back into the game, tried an
option pass from receiver
Pierre Blackshear to another
receiver who was in the right
place, but didn't anticipate
defender Lott streaking in front
of him and picking off the
pass.
Keystone, now sitting pretty
at the Ribault 24, let Taylor
carry the ball down to the 8 on
three straight runs. Story
finished off the short drive
with a dash to paydirt with
8:40 left in the contest to cap
the scoring at 31-14.
See KHHS, p. 5C


Michelle
Houser (left)
had 19 digs
for Keystone
in its loss to
Lake
Highland
Prep. Katie
Taylor (right)
had four kills.


Defending volleyball champs

end Keystone's season


Indians wrap up regular


season against Hawthorne
SBY TTF LLMF'T .I .FV


Telegraph Staff Writer
Ke'st'ne '"iHeighs hia
ahreac oc g up a playoff
berth, but ieITndians, if they
are to compile a 9-1 regular
season record, must defeat a
ihigh-scoring Hawthorne
Hornets team on its home field
this Friday, Nov. 3, at 7:30
Sp.m.
The Indians are looking to
'finish with the best regular
season record since the 1992
team, which also went 9-1.
Hawthorne has had a pretty
good season, too. The Hornets
;have won their last four games
!and are 7-2.
Hawthorne is averaging 31
:points per game (36 per game
in their last four games). Their
last two games, against
iBranford and Bronson, have
resulted in 49-6 and 41-0
victories.'
The Hornets return four
starters on offense from last
year. One of those returners is
senior wide receiver Julious
Scott, who had 705. yards and
six touchdowns last year.
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One of Hawthorne's two
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Defensively, the Hornets
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Keystone took a; 22-6
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Hawthorne last year. The game
featured a 32-yard touchdown
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Telegraph Staff Writer
Lake Highland Prep put an
end to the Keystone Heights
volleyball team's season for
the second straight year,
defeating the Indians 3-0 (25-
7, 25-17, 25-16) in a Region 3-
3A semifinal match on Oct. 28
in Orlando.
; It was a,, rough, start for. the
Indians ,(1-712) against the
defending' state champs,' but,


Keystone head coach Scott
Conkling said he was proud of
the way the players came back
and competed in the second
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In the end, though, Keystone
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private schools as well, which
makes it tough for public
schools like Keystone to


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"We do the best. we can,"
Conkling said.
Michelle Houser recorded
19 digs for Keystone against
Lake Highland, while Mallory
Wasik had seven kills, eight
digs and two service aces. Lori
Albritton and Kim Russell had
eight and six assists,
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huff

Johnson and
Huff are wed
Angelia Johnson and Paulr
"Chico" H. Huff, both of
Keystone Heights, were wed
Oct. 27, 2006, at the Bradford
County Courthouse in:Starke.
A justice of 'the peace
performed the ceremony.
The bride, is the' daughter of
Marie Fredrickson of Keystone
Heights. She is employed b\..
Gartiekf's Ckaners.
The groom is the son ol June
and pau.1, Huft .if Keystone
Heights.' He worksk s for
Vallepcort Con,-iruciinn.
A receptton %iill be held at a
later date.


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Nadia
Norman
of Lake Butler announce the
birth of their daughter, Nadia
Drew Norman, on Sept. 25,
2006, in Gainesville.
Nadia weighed 6 pounds, I
ounce and measured 19 inches
in length. She joins a sister,
Taryn Ann Norman.
Maternal grandparents are
Jack and Ann Schenck of Lake
SFowler Butler and Doyle and Celeste
Dewey Aaron Leo Fowler Kemp of Crawfordville.
Maternal great-grandparents
Dewey Fowler are Alex and Adeline Cardenas
of Texas, Perrry and Louise
Ernest and Janet Fowler of Kemp of Lawtey and Ingrid
Raiford announce the birth of Schenck of Lake Butler.
their son, Dewey Aaron Leo Paternal grandparents are
Fowler, on Sept. 13, 2006, at Tim and Judy Smith of
Alachua General Hospital in Providence and Michael and
Gainesville. Charlene Norman of Alabama.
Paternal great-grandparents
Dewey weighed 7 pounds, are Jean Norman of Raiford
12 ounces and measured 19 and Bill and Polly Putnam of
inches in length. He joins a Lake City.
sister. Erica Kristen Fowler.
Maternal grandparents. are onired annoucemen r a re
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Willie R. and Evelyn Lee of
Raiford announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, LaTanya Veida Lee,
to Alberto Nikia Bethea, son of
Larry Bethea of Houston and
Joyce Bethea of Lake Butler.
The bride'elect is a graduate
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The groom-elect is a
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Dodie McRae and
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The groom-elect _isthe-son-
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A reception will follow the
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Family and friends are
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Browning
marks 90th
Annie Louise Browning
celebrated her 90th birthday
with her family on Oct. 22.
She was born on Oct. 25,
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Mrs. Browning is the wife of
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upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Ashley Poppell, to
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Brian K. Sutton and
Elizabeth L. Drake


Drake and
Sutton to wed
Nov. 18
Henry and Pam Drake of
Hawthorne announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Elizabeth L. Drake, to Brian K.
Sutton, son of Ken and Glenda
Sutton of Starke.
The wedding is scheduled
for Saturday, Nov. 18, 2006, at
Austin Cary Memorial Forest
in Gainesville.
Invitations are forthcoming.


SPILLER
Continued from p. 1C

being named the National
Freshman of the Week by
Rivals.com.
The former Union County
Tiger's first two Rookie of the
Week honors followed wins
over North Carolina (52-7) on
Sept. 23 and Wake Forest (22-
17) on Oct. 7.
Against North Carolina,
Spiller rushed for 58 yards on
12 carries, scoring on runs of 2
and 7 yards.
He had a 72-yard touchdown
run against Wake Forest,
which was the longest run by a
Clemson running back in 13
years and the team' s longest
touchdown run since 2002.
Spiller finished the game with
104 yards on nine carries.
Spiller and fellow running
back James Davis (a
sophomore who was the ACC
Rookie of the Year last season)
have combined for 1,555 yards
this season. Their 332 yards
against Georgia Tech ranks
second on- 'the -school's -top
single game combined, ", ng1
yrds (Raymond Priesier T'rid
Nealon Greene combined for
358 yards against Duke in
1985). ,
Spiller and Davis, combined,
have rushed for an average of
S172.8 yards per game. If they
maintain that pace, they would
set a school record for
combined rushing yards per
game by a duo over the course
of a season. The record is
172.4 yards per game.
Also, Spiller is averaging
6.5 yards per carry, which
would give him the fourth-best
average in Clemson history if
the season were to end today
(Davis' 6.6-yards-per-carry
average would place him
third).
Clemson will host Maryland
,this Saturday, Nov. 4, at 12:30
p.m. The game will be
televised on ESPN 2.


KHHS
Continued from p.
Of some conce
Dickinson was the cond
receiver Josh Mangi
suffered what appeared
severe knee injury. Dik
said he will definitely n
against Hawthorne, and
on a day-by-day status
that.

Thanks...
Dickinson wished to
his thanks to Profe
Mortgage and C.B..
Realty for the pre-game

Score by Quarter
RHS: 7 0 7 0-
KHHS: 7 7. 7 10-
Scoring Summary
K: Taylor 46 run (Mcteo
R: Summers 25 pass
Everett (McRae kick)
K: Taylor 21 run (kick fa
K: Taylor 8 run (Olivie
from Lott)
R: Warren 9 run (McRae
K: McLeod 34 FG
K: Story 8 run (McLeod

Team Statistics
R
First Downs 8
Rushes/Yds. 17-132
Passing Yds. 144
Passes 13-24-2
Punts 7-38
Fumbles 1-0
Penalties 9-75


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Keystone
boys to play
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soccer classic
The Keystone Heights boys
soccer team will play in a
preseason classic this
Saturday, Nov. 4, at Twin
Lakes Park.
Keystone will play
Suwannee at 10 a.m., followed
by a match against Ocala
Trinity Catholic at 1:15 p.m.
The regular season begins
Tuesday, Nov. 7. Keystone
will travel to play St. Francis
at 4 p.m.


Keystone
church to
host 3 turkey
shoots
The First Assembly of God
in Keystone Heights will be
hosting three turkey shoots this
month, beginning this
weekend, Friday-Saturday,
Nov. 3-4, from 6-9 p.m.
Shoots will also be held
Nov. 10-11 and Nov. 17-18.
The best shot in each round
wins a turkey.
Hot dogs, boiled peanuts and
drinks will be available.
The church is located at
8025 S.R. 100, two miles east
of the light in Keystone
Heights.


For more information, call
(352) 473-3432, or visit the
We b site
www.keystoneheights.org.

Shands
building
cancer
hospital
Shands HealthCare is set to
move forward with plans to
build the Shands at the
University of Florida Cancer
Hospital. The system's board
of directors yesterday
authorized management to
proceed with construction and
issue up to $275 million in
bonds to finance the new
500,000-square-foot facility.
Shands estimates the project
will cost $388 million. In
addition to issuing bonds, the
financial plan calls for $55
million in philanthropic
donations and an internal
investment by Shands to cover
the balance.
"With the board's action on
Wednesday, we can now
proceed with the construction
phase of the project. We are
thrilled to be able to move
forward with our vision for the
cancer hospital," said'Shands
HealthCare CEO Tim
Goldfarb. "UF and Shands are'
national leaders in cancer
research and patient care.
Having this state-of-theafrt
cancer hospital will aid':our
progress toward finding a cure
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been sweeping the U.S. Customer
this sale are on the 'Inside' to g
the new or used vehicle of their ci
a low initial down payment of on
lender approval and credit worth
The event will be held thru thi
regardless of weather.
Mr. Sloan offers a simple
explanation for this unprece-
dented sale, "As one of the
largest dealerships in the area
we're overstocked with high
quality vehicles from lease turn-
ins, program car trade-ins, new
vehicle duplications and more."


express remember the last time so many
-ssional ies
Isaac -ties were available to us at one ti
meal. ed to let our customers take adv
incredible values rather than sell
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d kick) low down payment of $29.* Eve
s from.
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enhanced treatment
alternatives for our patients."
The cancer hospital will
house private inpatient beds
for a variety of patients,
including those receiving
diagnostic and therapeutic
oncology services. It also will
include a critical care center
for emergency- and trauma-
related services.
Shands is building the
cancer hospital on Southwest
Archer Road, across the road
from the Shands at UF medical
center campus. Construction is
scheduled to begin early next
year and be completed in
2009. Shands estimates the


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I plans today for
iat's simple and
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ars who come to
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choice, all for just
ly $29* based on
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is Saturday only,


cancer hospital will help the
local economy by creating at
least 1,000 new jobs.
Shands is building the
cancer hospital in response to
increased demand for cancer
services. Florida is the fourth-
largest state but has the
second-highest incidence of
cancer in the nation.
Approximately 5.6 million
Floridians are at risk for
cancer, and in North Central
Florida, there are at least 4,500
new cases of cancer each year
among residents.
Additional information
about the Shands at UF Cancer
Hospital and other growth and


expansion efforts is available
online at
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For auto shoppers looking for a very low month-
ly payment there will be many choices below
$250/month. Sample payments will be clearly .
marked on vehicles. All you'll need to do is obtain
credit approval, pick a vehicle and a payment.
It's that simple.
For those auto shoppers looking to trade their
current vehicle, all trades are welcome, paid for
or not. You won't want to miss this unique oppor-
tunity to obtain a new or pre-owned car, truck, ,
van or sport-utility with an unbelievably low'


Si down payment of just twenty-
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a ents under loan processing, finance repre-
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Mr. Breck Sloan, President release of the great deals
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Fried chicken or roast beef, mashed
potatoes and gravy, cut corn, French
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chocolate cake, choice of any fountain
drink, tea or coffee. The cost is $8
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The Keystone Heights girls cross country team qualified for regional competition by
placing fourth in the District 3-2A meet. Pictured are: (front, from left) Jordyn Davis,
Cara Bish, Octavia Copenhaver, Raquel Doty-O'Kelly, (back, from left) Margaret
Walker, Stephanie Hoffman, Rachel Fonvielle, Julie Rund and Liz Wheeler.



Keystone girls are


headed to regional meet


BY CLIFF SMELLEY.
Telegraph Staff Writer
The, Keystone Heights girls
cross country team qualified
for regional competition for


the fourth straight year after
finishing fourth at the District
3-2A meet in Brooksville on
Oct. 26.
Keystone had a score of 104,
finishing behind The Villages,


Dalton LeMaster(left) and Alek Meston are pictured in
Jacksonville, where they competed in the Race for the
Cure event.




BHS wraps up cross


country season


BY CLIFF SMELLEY.
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford's cross country
runners concluded their season
at the District 2-2A meet on.
Oct. 28 in Jacksonville with.
the Tornadoes placing two in
the top 50..
Chris Underhill led the boys
team with a time of 19:01,
which was good for 36' place,
while girls runner Christina
Jordan placed 42d with a time
of 24:07.
Bradford finished 11th in the
boys team standings with a
score of 305 (host Bishop
Kenny was first with a score of
45). Also competing for the


Tornadoes were Carlton
Crudup (20:32), Cody Parker
(20:37), David Weeks (22:25),.
Thomas Boyette. (23:07) and
Travis Ledger (24:46).
Bishop Kenny's Michael
Wallace won the district
championship with a time of
.16:53..
On the girls side, Bradford's
only other runner was. Tracy
Ledger, who had a time of.
29:42.
Episcopal won the team
championship with a score of
15. The race's top five runners
were all from Episcopal,
including first-place finisher.
Margaret Traylor, who had a
time of 18:37.


Crystal River and Lecanto.
The Indians placed f6ur
runners in the top 25, includitig
Margaret Walker, who took
sixth with a time of 6:43.1.
Liz Wheeler placed 19 ith
a time of 7:23.1, while Raqu.qJ
Doty-O'Kelly and Julie Rund
placed 21st and 22'",
respectively, with times of
7:23.7 and 7"2.4.5.. e
Jordyn Davis had a time of
8.1-8'.6' to finish' 45th, while
Stephanie Hoffman had a .time
of 11:14.4.
Pasco's Leeann Eble won
the district championship with

See REGION, p. 7C



LEGALS

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCES
BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF: .RADFQ~;ACOUNTY, *'
FLORIDA
-NQF1GE IS,HMREB-Y-GIVEN mat
ordinances, which titles hereinafter
appear, will be considered for
enactment by the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford County,
Florida, at public hearings on
November 16, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matters can
be heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, County Courthouse,
North Wing, located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
Copies of said ordinances may be
inspected by any member of the
public at the Office of the County
Manager, located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida,
during regular business hours. On.
the date, time and place first above
mentioned, all interested persons
may appear and be heard with
respect to the ordinances.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, LDR 06-10, BY
THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING A PORTION OF
SECTION 2.1, ENTITLED
DEFINITIONS, GENERAL, BY
ALLOWING ONE INTO TWO LOT
SPLITS TO ACCESS AN
EASEMENT AS LONG AS THE
EASEMENT IS AT LEAST SIXTY
S(60 FEET WIDE; PROVIDING
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AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 06-11, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; "PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING SECTION 16.2,
ENTITLED "PLANNING AND
ZONING BOARD REPORT, BY
ADDING LANGUAGE THAT
REQUIRES STAFF TO MAKE A
RECOMMENDATION ON
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENTS AND
REZONINGS; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 06-12, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING SECTION
5.26.3.3, ENTITLED ACCESS TO .
EXISTING STREETS, BY ADDING
LANGUAGE THAT REQUIRES
THE DEVELOPER TO PAVE THE.
ACCESS FROM A SUBDIVISION
THAT CONTAINS TWENTY-FIVE
(25) LOTS OR GREATER FROM
THE SUBDIVISION TO THE
NEAREST PAVED ROAD;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 06-13, BY THE
BOARD OF' COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING SECTION 14.9,
ENTI fLED SPECIAL FAMILY LOT
PERMITS, BY MODIFYING
LANGUAGE THAT ALLOWS FOR
AN ACCESS TO PROPERTY
SUBDIVIDED BASED ON THE
FAMILY LOT PROVISION TO
ACCESS LOTS BY A SIXTY (60)
FOOT EASEMENT AND ADDING
:'LANGUAGE FROM THE FLORIDA
/-STATUES CONCERNING THE
DEFINITION OF A RELATIVE;
,PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
. CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING-
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,.
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, LDR 06-14, BY
THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING.
FOR AMENDING SECTION 5.26.2,.
ENTITLED .STREET
IMPROVEMENT SCHEDULE, BY
MODIFYING LANGUAGE TO
REQUIRE ALL LOTS LESS THAN
ONE, (1) ACRE IN SIZE IN
RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS TO
HAVE SIDEWALKS ON BOTH
SIDES OF THE STREET 'AND.
ALLOWING THE PLANNING AND
.ZONING BOARD TO WAIVE THE
REQUIREMENT IF THERE ARE
SNO.SAFETY ISSUES: PROV.IDtNG
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
QB L~INANCES IN CONFLICT, AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND


DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 06-15, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING PORTIONS OF
ARTICLE 3, ENTITLED
ADMINISTRATIVE MECHANISMS,
AMENDING PORTIONS OF
ARTICLE 12, ENTITLED APPEALS,
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS,
VARIANCES, AND
INTERPRETATIONS AND
AMENDING PORTIONS OF
ARTICLE 14, ENTITLED
PERMITTING AND
CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT
BY MODIFYING LANGUAGE TO
REMOVE THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
FROM THE APPEALS PROCESS
AND PROVIDES APPEALS
DIRECTLY TO COURT,
AUTHORIZES THE PLANNING
AND ZONING BOARD TO GRANT
VARIANCES TO THE
SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS
AND THE FLOOD DAMAGE
PREVENTION ORDINANCE
INSTEAD OF THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
AUTHORIZES THE PLANNING
AND ZONING BOARD TO ISSUE
SPECIAL PERMITS FOR DOCKS
AND SIMILAR STRUCTURES,
SPECIAL PERMITS FOR MINING,
SPECIAL PERMITS FOR
TEMPORARY PERMITS AND,
SPECIAL PERMITS FOR
ESSENTIAL SERVICES INSTEAD
OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE. :
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED;.PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 06-16, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
FOR ADDING A NEW SECTION
14.1 5., ENTITLED
PROPORTIONATE FAIR-SHARE
TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM,
TO ESTABLISH A METHOD
WHEREBY THE IMPACTS OF
DEVELOPMENT .ON
TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
CAN BE MITIGATED BY THE
COOPERATIVE EFFORTS OF THE
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT. REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 06-17, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING SECTION 5.23.4,
ENTITLED ACCESS, BY ADDING
LANGUAGE THAT ALLOWS THE
COUNTY TO RESTRICT ACCESS
TO A STATE OR COUNTY ROAD
FROM LOTS IN A MINOR
SUBDIVISION FOR SAFETY.
REASONS; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
* DA TE- .. --. :
ANt I' 3IANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY. FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 06-18, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY


COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING A PORTION OF
SECTION 2.1, ENTITLED
DEFINITIONS, BY AMENDING
THE DEFINITION OF A MINOR
SUBDIVISION TO PROHIBIT
PROPERTY OWNERS FROM
DEVELOPING A SERIES OF
MINOR SUBDIVISIONS;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearings may be
continued to one or more future date.
Any interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearings
shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notice
concerning the matters will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the public hearings, they will need
a record of the proceedings and, 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.
11/21 chg.
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
proposed Ordinance, which title
hereinafter appears, will be
considered by the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford County,
Florida, at the Regular Scheduled
Meeting of November 16, 2006, at
6:30 P.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, at the
County Commission Meeting Room
in the North Annex of the Bradford
County Courthouse, located at 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida. At the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the proposed
ordinance. A copy of said ordinance
may be inspected by any member of
the public at theOfic of the County
Clerk, 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, CREATING SECTION
78-2 OF THE CODE OF
ORDINANCES OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROVIDING
FOR THE INAPPLICABILITY OF
SECTION 316.2123, FLORIDA
STATUTES, IN BRADFORD
COUNTY; PROVIDING
DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER;
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF
CONFLICTING ,CODE
PROVISIONS; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
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.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the public hearing; theywill need"a"
record of the proceedings,.nd, for
such purpose, they mayneed to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which.record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to.be based.
11/2ltchg.






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REGION
Continued from p. 6C

a time of 6:23.8.
Keystone will now compete
in the Region 2 meet on
Saturday, Nov. 4, at Andrew
Jackson Middle School in
Titusville at 8:30 a.m. The top
six teams and the top 15
runners will advance to the
FHSAA Finals on Saturday,
Nov. I11, in Dade City.
Walker qualified for last
year's FHSAA Finals.

Boys team led by
Buchanan, Wheeler
Keystone's boys team did
not qualify anybody for
regional competition as the
team finished ninth overall
with a score of 245.
Nathaniel Buchanan and
Daniel Wheeler led the team
with 26"h- and 270'-place
finishes, respectively.
Buchanan had a time of 5:55.7
and Wheeler a time of 5:57.7.
Also competing for
Keystone were Michael
Vanwie (6:45.4), D.J. Weaver
(6:49.2), Paul Triest (6:50.1),
Nik Brokas (7:00.4) and
Kamron Mooneyham (7:53.9).
Hernando won the team
championship with a score of
34'. The individual district


champ was Hernando's
Benjamin Martucci, who had a
time of 5:09.

Running for a cause
Two Keystone runners
recently put their legs to work
to help raise money for Some
good causes.
Alek Meston raised $455 for
breast cancer research through
his participation in the 5K
timed Race for the Cure in
Orlando on Oct. 7 and in
Jacksonville on Oct. 21. He
placed 46th out of 600 runners
and finished first in his age
group with a time of 22:49 in
the Orlando race.
In the Jacksonville race,
Meston finished 132nd out of
6,000 runners and fifth in his
age group with a time of
22:57.
Dalton LeMaster
participated in the 2K Race for
the Cure in Jacksonville and
finished fourth.


We are all sculptors and
painters, and our material is
our own flesh and blood and
bones. Any nobleness begins
at once to refine a man's
features, and any meanness
or sensuality to imbrute
them.
-Henry David Thoreau


(back I-r) Teachers Dee Canova, Nadine Barrington, Janine Sellers of Southside Elementary and Debbie
Beth Williams, Ronda Crawford and Dorothy Rountree Powell of Starke Elementary interact at the Professional
from Southside Elementary School along with (front I-r) Planning Day at Bradford High School on Oct. 16.

Bradford Co. teachers go to school


BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford County students>
may have received a day off
from school on Monday, Oct.
16, however, at Bradford High,
school was in session, only it
was the teachers who were the
students.


This day was set aside as a
professional development day
for area educators. Teachers,
just like the regular high
school students, switched
classes throughout the day in
50 minute sessions.
School began at 7:45 a.m. as
the teachers met in the
auditorium with guest speaker
Dr. Michael Purinton, Ph.D.,


author of "Winning With
Kids-The Self Esteem Book."'
As they moved from
classroom to classroom,
teachers were given training on
using and implementing
various computer programs in
the classroom such'as River
Deep, FCAT Explorer, Excel
and PowerPoint.
Other classes attended by


teachers covered topics such as
physical fitness, math, safety
and industrial updates,
classroom legal issues and
code of conduct issues.
Each class was designed to
give educators classroom
planning ideas as well as
opportunities to discuss what
works in the classroom and
what doesn't.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Two teams that have
struggled all year will cap their
seasons this Friday, Nov. 3, at
the Jungle in Lake Butler
Union County will' host
Springfield Rutherford at 7:30
p.m. While the Tigers have
won just once this season, it
would appear they couldn't
face a better opponent for,
homecoming. The Rutherford
Rams enter the game %\ith an
-9 r&- oiAf.Aa.T.ig lost 'e'viel"
game by. double digit. .
Rutherford"~*"has been
outscored 343-76, vith its
closest game a 36-17 loss to
Panama City Bay. The Rams
have been held to seven points
or less six times, while e'er.
one of their opponents but one
has scored at lea-t five
touchdowns against them.
The Rams, who are coming
off of a 36-14 loss to Lynn
Haven Mosley, are averaging
122 rushing yards per game
and 66 passing yards per game.
Nick Smith has rushed for 571
yards on 112 carries., while
Michael Perry has completed
39-of-79 passes for 430 N ards.
Lonnie Francis and Darius
Parham are the team's top two
receivers. Francis has eight
receptions for.:126 yards and
Parham has nine receptions for
112 yards.
In the loss to Mosle.


Rutherford rushed for 95 yards
on 22 carries and gained 82
yards on seven pass
completions.
The Rams have had many
opportunities to return kicks
this season, and they are
averaging 20 yards per return.
They had four games in which
they averaged at least 24 yards
per return.
Last year's game between
Rutherford and Union was a
showcase for graduate C.J.
. 1 4- ,=


Page 8C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Nov. 2, 2006


Despite penalties, ejection,
_W C.. Celtics beat Tigers 35'-0


Treveor McKinley earns a first-time win in the super late models at Ellisville.


McKinley takes checkers at Ellisville


Treveor McKinley, 16, of Lawtey, took the
i)beckers in the super late models at Columbia
Motorsports in Ellisville Oct. 14.
MNcKinley strated racing go-carts at the age of
Ilr and .. on several races and championships. He
'even came in third in the National WKA Series.
NMTKinle', moved up to the larger motorized
vehicle s ja the age of 14 and started racing super
late model, this year. He has had some good
finishes, but no wins until Oct. 14.
"We are all so proud of him. He worked hard for


this," said his mom, Dawn McKinley. "He is not
your typical teenager. He works almost 'all the
time. There's no running up and down th rohd or
hanging out. He's either working with his.dad on
trucks or working on the race car."
Dawn said Treveor's dream has always been to
race in the "big time" one day like Busch or
NASCAR.
After getting into the winner's circle Oct., 14,
Treveor is one step closer on the long road, to
realizing that dream.


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Union County High
School's cheerleaders and
band were missing as the
Tigers took the field against
the top-ranked Trinity Catholic
Celtics on Friday night.
This lack of support, caused
by an accident on 1-75 (not
involving either group), didn't
stop the Tigers from coming
out strong. The young Tiger
team's defense put out a great
effort, but it was not enough to
overtake last year'3 class 2B
state champions, which won
by a score of 35-0.
Trinity (10-0, 4-0 in District
4) will now have a bye week
before facing Florida High in a
Region 2 semifinal game on
Friday, Nov. 10, while the
Tigers (1-8, 1-3) concluded
their season by hosting
Springfield Rutherford for
homecoming this Friday, Nov.
3, at 7:30 p.m.
Union linebacker Zeke Scaff
sacked Celtics quarterback,
John Brantley early in the first
quarter, while the Celtics also
endured an early penalty for
illegal blocking in the
backfield.
The Celtics were forced to
punt on their first possession,
and the Tigers came out with a
new unbalanced offense.
Nonetheless, it wasn't long
before an interception was
thrown by quarterback Austen
Roberts on the Tigers' 45-yard
line.
Just two plays later, Brantley
handed the ball off to senior
Rudell Small for a 25-yard run
and a Celtic touchdown.
The Celtics' John Paglia
kicked the extra point, putting
his team at 7 points with 6:57
remaining in the first quarter.
On later possessions, the
officials littered the field with
yellow flags. The Celtics
struggled and received 14
penalties, costing them 115
yards in the game.
In the third quarter, Trinity
Catholic's Antonio Allen, ,a
safety, was ejected for
questioning an official about
missing a holding penalty.
These penalties, however,


were not enough for the Tigers
to overtake the home team.
Trinity Catholic went on to
score one more touchdown in
the first quarter on a 33-yard
pass from Brantley to Colin
Peek. Paglia again kicked the
extra point for a 14-0 lead.
A touchdown run in the
second quarter sent the Celtics
into the locker room up 21-7.
After the half, the Tigers
seemed to have renewed
energy as rain poured onto the
field. Plays by Justin Hanson
and other members of the
defensive line resulted in the
Celtics being held scoreless
until approximately 2:25
remained in the third quarter.
That's when Brantley, who
finished the game 12-of-19 for
183 yards, found separate
receivers for two more
touchdowns, resulting in the
35-0 .win.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 0 0 0
TC: 14 7 14


0-0
0-35


Scoring Summary
T: Small 25 run (Paglia kick)
T: Peek 33 pass from Brantley
(Paglia kick)
T: Dempsey 12 run (Paglia
kick)
T: Nelson 9 pass from
Brantley (Paglia kick)
T: Lecorn 26 pass from
Brantley (Paglia kick)


Team Statistics


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passing Yds.
Passes
Punts
Fumbles
Penalties


uc
10
41-38
40
5-11-1
6-41
3-0
8-60


TC
16
22-253
183
12-19-1
4-33
0-0
14-115


The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to
preserve change amid order.
-Alfred North Whitehead

A handful of patience is worth more than a bushel of brains.
-Dutch proverb





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Spiller, ..who scored five
touchdowns in the Tigers' 50-
34 win.
Spiller scored on runs of 40,
64, 67, 77 and 85 yards, while
Josh Mitchell, a senior this
year, scored on a 16-yard run
as the Tigers amassed 417
rushing yards.
Senior quarterback Austen
Roberts hooked up with
graduate Kasey Nobles for a
16-yard touchdown.
Union's defense also added
two points on a safety.


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'42
Motor Vehicles
'91 FORD 4X4, 101,000
MILES, VERY CLEAN.
$3,900 OBO. Call 352-
473-4256.
2003 CAMRY LE, BEIGE,
(V6, AC, AM/FM radio
,with CD, power doors
and windows, very clean
'and nice. 85K miles,
$10,000. Call 386-496-
.0042.
1 986 CADILLAC DEVILLE
- gold, runs great, needs
no mechanical work.
$2500 OBO. Call 904-
964-5773 or 904-364-
7690.
2001 FORD F250 XLT,
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103K, 4"lift -35's. Excel-
lent condition. $16,500
OBO. Call 904-219-
1536 or 904-854-3226.


1994 CADILLAC SEVILLE.
Needs starter, asking
$1,900. Call 904-964-
6516.
1988 DODGE DAKOTA,
$975. MAZDA B2300,
5sp, cold ac, dings, runs
good, now reduced to
$1500. Also 94 Chevy
Lumina Van, cold ac,
runs, reduced to $595,
trans problems. Call 904-
964-4111.
CASH VEHICLES '92
BONNEVILLE, $1,750.
'88 Cadillac, $1,500. '94
Cougar, $1,500. '00
Chevy S-10, $4,600. All
cars plus tax, tag and
title. 352-277-7759.
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Boats & ATV's
16' HOBICAT FOR SALE,
$650 OBO. Tramp and
sails in excellent condi-
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4352.
'93 YAMAHA 25HP out-
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Call 904-964-3080.
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Land for Sale
OCALANATIONAL FOR-
EST LOTS. $500 down,
$199/mth. Owner, 352-
239-5520 or 352-236-
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LOTS $39,500 each or


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Preview at 5:30 pm
Lots of silver dollars, halves; dimes,
ickels, 1000's of Wheat pennies, old paper
currency commerative coins & more. 1000's
_f Baseball & other sports cards, and other
ports memorabilia, plus 9 rifles and other
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Ashley Lake Plantation,
Melrose. Access to
lakeside picnic pavilion,
swimming and fishing.
$35K, call 352-231-0556
or 352-475-1189.
STARKE, FL LOT FOR
SALE for residential
duplex by current and
future zoning, 75'x120'
building lot, city water,
electric, sewage. 420
Center St, corner lot at
Alvarez (building has
been removed).
$35,000, call 352-235-
4352. Lic. R.E. Sales-
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HOMES ONLY BUILDING
LOT FOR SALE. Starke,
FL. City water, electric,
sewage. Lot 6, block 2,


on West Blanding St, just
off Pratt St just off 100.
$35,000. Call 352-235-
4352. Lic. R.E. Sales-
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LOT FOR SALE IN
GREEN ACRES. High
and dry and with trees.
100'x150', reduced. Call
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966-2451.

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FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels 2800
SOFT building with of-
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5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
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of a mile from new


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only $63,500. FHA, VA
ok. 100% financing
available. Call Mark
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50
For Rent
LAKE GENEVA- 2BR MH,
DIRECT LAKEFRONT.
$500/mth plus security,
no pets. 7804 SR100,
Keystone Heights,
McDonald's Trailer Park,
352-478-2697.
HOUSE FOR RENT 2/1.
$600/mth, first and secu-
rity. Starke area. Call
352-302-1047.
STARKE LAKEFRONT -
CH/A, 3/2, secluded,
modem, deck, dock, boat
ramp and canal. Credit
check, $1l,100/mth. Call
904-964-4005.
2/2 COUNTRY LIVING
SINGLEWIDE, quiet
area, large lot, storage
shed, new carpet, just
outside city limits of
Starke. $600/mth, $600/
sec deposit. References
required, call 904-964-
8425, please leave a
message.
APARTMENT- SPACIOUS
4/1, new hardwood floors
and paint throughout.
Located .in Melrose.
$660/mth, $600/dep. No
pets. Call 352-475-6285.,
WHISPERING PINES
'COMMUNITY. Nice 3/1
mobile home in a quiet
country setting on paved
road in Melrose. No
pets. $425/mth, $400/
dep. Call 352-475-6285.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
DOUBLEWIDE 3/2.
Very clean 3/2
doublewide has new car-
pet and paint throughout,
stove, refrigerator and
dish washer are only two
years old. Has two
decks, central ait and
heating. Double lot, ref-.
erences required, no in-
side pets. $625/mth plus
$600/sec. Call 904-571-
4264.
2/1 MH CH/A, $450 per
month, no pets, first &
last, plus deposit. Call
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and references required.
'Starke area. Senior dis-
count.
LOCATION: TINY COVE,
LAKE GENEVA. SWMH
2/1 with carport. $4951
mlh. $300/sec Call 352-
473-3728
MELROSE 2/1 FOR-
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acres. $675/mlh. first,


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sq ft, lots of amenities.
$395,000, make offer.
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WANTED:
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1.5BA. Three miles north
of Starke, large yard,
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pick up & pole light inc.
$550 per month with a
$400 deposit. Call 904-
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1472.
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FOR RENT! COM-
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Central location. 10%
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Rooms with private bath,
$110 $130./wk. Room
without bath, $95. Laun-
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See Manager at the
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from the Starke Post Of-
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WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. 2 BR HC &
non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
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call 904-964-7295, TDD/
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Deposit required. No
pets. First month free.
Call 678-438-6828 or
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Information,~
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A, $550 per month, good
condition, no pets, first &
last plus deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-4111, leave
message.
3/2 COUNTRY LIVING
DOUBLEWIDE on 5
acres. CH/A, wall to wall
carpet. $700/mth. Call
904-424-9310.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2/BR, CH/
A. $450 month, 1st, last,
and security deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
51
Lost/Found
FOUND 3-4MTH OLD
LAB PUPPY at CR227
and 225 (Deerfoot Trail
area). Call 904-964-
4971 to Identify and.
claim
LOST DOG BLACK AND
WHITE FEMALE Jack
Russell; may have been
stolen from CR199 in,
Raiford. If you have any
information, please call
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street. Call.if it i yours.
352-485-2410.
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Animals & Pets
FREE PUPPIES TO
GOOD HOME
PYRENNE, mother on
premises. Call 904-964-
6565.
5 BEAGLE WALKER
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shots and wormed. Call
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AKC YELLOW LAB pups.
Very playful, loving and
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Bayless Hwy, 904-964-
5672.

53A
Yard Sales
YARD SALE Fri & Sat.
Nov. 3rd and 4th.
Clothes, dishes, some
furniture, etc. 8am til ?
US 301 North, 2nd
house from Harvest
Christian Church on
right.
GARAGE SALE Sat. Little
bit of everything. 100A &
Griffis Loop.
4 FAMILY YARD SALE
Thurs & Fri. Hwy 301
South, turn at Knuckle
Draggers just before Wal-
Mart. Some of every-
thing including;-apple
kitchenware, like new
scooter chair, 1924
singer machine & gas
waterheater. Follow our
signs. Thelma, Cheryl &
gang. Call 904-964-
2369.
ARCHERY BOWS PSE
NOVA. Never shot,
$180. Bear white-tail 2,
has case, sites, detach-
able quiver and arrows,
$150. Call 904-966-
0631.
TREE SALE TULIP
POPULAR, Red
Maple, Peach and
Apple, Corkscrew,
Weeping and Pussy Wil-
lows. $12 each, 2 or
more $10 each. Call
904-796-0118.
MOVING SALE MUST
SELL. Gorgeous king
cherry four post bed set,
sofa and loveseat, cof-
fee table, two end tables,
sofa sleeper, two lamps,
beautiful china cabinet
and dining room table,
LaZBoy rocker. Call


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EVEN LARGER THAN
BEFORE. 1015
Eastwood Dr. across
from Southside Elemen-
tary. 5 family garage/
yard sale. Friday and
Saturday, November 3rd
and 4th, 8am-?
MULTI FAMILY FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY. At
hospital, turn by First
Presbyterian Church, go
1 mile; left on NE 21st
Ave, follow signs:
SATURDAY, 8AM-? 808 N
WESTMORELAND ST.
TV, clothes, toys, fumrni-
ture, kids clothes,
household items.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8:30am-2pm. 13380 SE
CR100A, across from
Grace Baptist Church on
Griffis Loop. Kitchen,
household, kids and
adult clothing; books,
movies, CD's, canning
jars, Inside doors with
hardware, fall and.
Christmas Items, too
much to list.
1.5 MILES EASTOF HOS-
PITAL, FOLLOW
SIGNS. Friday and Sat-
urday, 8am-4pm.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE. Baby clothes and
more. 405 Lorenzo Dr.,
8am-3pm. No early
birds. Saturday, Novem-
ber 4th.
GARAGE SALE NO-
VEMBER 3rd, 4th and
. 5th, 7:30am-? Clothes,
electronics, auto Items
and mubh more. 802 N
Westmoreland St.
SATURDAY ONLY, NO-
VEMBER 4TH. North
301 at Smith Brothers
Body Shop. Come early,
7am-lpm. Half price
12pm-1pm. Young
men's clothes and dress
clothes sizes 31 pants
and 16.5 shirts, Juniors
Aero, Charlotte Russe,
forever 21 sizes small-
medium 0-3 jeans and
pants, women's small
and size 7, lots of shoes
and purses, and house
goods.
THURSDAY, FRIDAYAND
SATURDAY, 8am-5pm.
3 new quilts, trinkets and
what-nots, Christmas
tree with stand, good
winter clothes, books
and magazines, to6ls.
12-22 Bradford St,
Starke.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,.
8AM-3PM. 2 miles past
the Vo-Tech on 229 to
NW 59th Loop.
2 FAMILIES HAVE
SOME OF EVERY-


THING. Come out
100W, turn on 225, fol-
low signs to 9297 NW
212th St, turn left at
signs, go to the red roof
house about 1/2 mile.
Friday and Saturday,
8am-4pm.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
FRIDAY AND SATUR-
DAY. 3 miles Won 100,
Crosby Lake, look for
signs.
VARIETY YARD SALE ON
SATURDAY, November
4th from 8:30am-3pm at
21393 NW CR16 across
from the Heilbronn
Springs Volunteer Fire
Station.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE -
CR230 past Country
Club, look for signs. Fri-
day and Saturday only.
HUGE YARD SALE SAT-
URDAY, November 4th,
8am-? Lots of every-
thing. Tools, household,
misc. 502 S Epperson
St., Starke.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE. SATURDAY
ONLY, 8AM-1PM. 375
E. Mimosa Dr. (3rd left
off Bessent Rd). Some-
thing for everyone. La-
dles golf clubs and bag,
exercise equipment,
girls'2T-4Tclothes, toys,
small appliances, por-
table dishwasher, big
men's clothes, stroller, 2
car seats.
BIG YARD SALE Satur-
day, 8am-2pm. 230E
(Call St), 2 miles past
hospital to NE 14th Ave
(Country Club). 8 ft table
lot and misc.
LARGE .YARD SALE AT
THE PIT STOP CAFE in
Lawtey. Saturday, 7am-
*1pm. Many nice items.
6013 NW CR229, 2 miles
off SR16. Saturday,
8am-? Lots of good
items.
BIG YARD SALE -
THURSDAY, FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, No-
Svember'2nd, 3rd and
4th. 9079 NW 219th St,
follow 16 East to CR225,
turn left onto CR225, fol-
low signs.
2 FAMILIES -301 NORTH,
WATCH FOR SIGNS.
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, 8am-?
Household items, col-
lectibles, clothes, win-
dow air conditioner
(16000 BTU), lots of
misc. Items.
YARD SALE Fri &. Sat.
8am til 3pm. Lots of stuff
Two families, must sell,
dealers welcome. 12166
NW CR 225. (Bayless
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for signs. Household,
clothing, Christmas and
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53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE. Thursday
and Friday, November
2nd and 3rd, closed Sat-
urday. Sunday, Novem-
ber 5th, everything half
price. 9am-3pm each
day. No early birds
please. 5655 Indian
Trail off 315C.
YARD SALE St. Anne's.
Episcopal Church on-
Magonlia St. Friday and
Saturday, November
10th and 11th, 8am-
2pm.
SAT 8AM TIL 2PM. 7692
Kalbab Ave, In Big Tree
Lakes.
ESTATE SALE 4426 Lori
Loop, off Trawick, off of
315C, near McRae El-
ementary School. Nov
3rd, 4th and 5th. 8am til
? Household items, an-
tiques, 6 acres, DWMH,
secluded, mostly woods.
BIG RUMMAGE SALE
and Christmas Shoppe-
Friday, 9am to 4pm.
Saturday, "dollar a bag
day", 9am til noon. Com-
munity Church of Key-


stone Heights, behind
Ace Hardware.
LARGE YARD SALE Wed-
Sat. Clothing, plants, air
hockey game, Noah's
Ark collection, and much
more. 4984 CR 214 N.
Watch for signs.
RECYCLED TREA-
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Start Fellowship. 7191
SR21 N. Friday, Novem-
ber 3rd, 9am-4pm. Sat-
urday, November 4th,
9am-lpm. Saturday, $1/W
bag day. Rain or shine.
GIGANTIC YARD SALE -
Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, November 3rd,
4th and 5th, 8am. Over
300 videos, furniture,
tools, kitchen items,
shoes, lots of men and
ladies clothes (25 cents
each), 1000's of misc.
items all under $1.
Highridge Estates, SR21
In Keystone, go East on
100, 1/2 mile on left, fol-
low blue and white signs.
FOUR FAMILY BACK-
YARD SALE. 707 SE
50th St., north side of
golf course, 352-473-
7271, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday, 8am-5pm.
Lots of tools, indoor, out-
door Christmas decora-
tions, electronics,
household stuff, clothes,
furniture, new electric'
wheelchair and lift for
car.
HUGE YARD SALE Fri-
day, Saturday and Sun-
day. 106.3rd St,


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922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida.

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 TTYA is 1-800-545-1833, Ext. 381


We Sel Property Fast

Let us sell yours!

.... WE WANT

YOUR LISTING

Tom F. Smith Commercial & Residential

Broker Real Estate








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Inc. 7 days 7am-7pm

Medical Supplies
FREE DIABETIC
SUPPLIES!
MEDICARE
PATIENTS! Call Us T611
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receive a FREE METER!
Am-Med Quality
Diabetic Supplies.
Miscellaneous
DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS children.
etc. Only one signature
required'! *Excludes
govt. fees! Call
weekdays (800)462-,
2000. ext.600. (8am-
6pm) Ala Divorce. LLC.
Established 1977.
AIRLINES ARE
HIRING Train for high
pa y i.n g Aviation
Maintenance Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified
Job placement
assistance. CALL
Aviation Institute of
Maintenance (888)349-
5387.
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from Home.
*Medical. *Business.
"Paralegal. *Computers
"Criminal Justice. Job
placement assistance.
Computer provided.
Financial Aid if
qualified. Call (866)858-
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Qualified Hurricane
Shutters Distributors
wanted immediately.
Contact:
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Com (305)322-4757,


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inground features. Save
$ with this unique
opportunity. Free,
Estimates/FAST
INSTALLATION/EZ
Financing. Call
(866)348-7560. C
Real Estate
BEAUTIFUL N.
CAROLINA. ESCAPE
THE HEAT IN THE
BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL
MOUNTA INS OF
WESTERN NC Homes.
Cabins. Acreage &
INVESTMENTS.
CHEROKEE
MOUNTAIN GMAC
REAL ESTATE.
cherokeeniountainrealty.
corn Call for free
brochure (800)841-5868.
Dockable waterfront &
deeded boat'slip water-
access homesites. Below
Appraisal!, Lake
Chatuge. GA/NC
Mountains! Excellent
Financing! Two-Day
Sale Nov. 4th & 5th!
A appointment Only!
(877)234-8850 ext. 102.
BEAUTIFUL BLUE
RIDGE. NC Mountain
Views. 8+ Acre
Mountain Estate.
Heavily Wooded with
Stream. EZ Financing-
$49.900. (800)230-6380.
ext.120.
East Tennessee- Norris
Lake 5.6 acre wooded
LAKEFRONT lot-
$66.500 5.1 ACRE
WOODED view lot-
$28.900 Call Lakeside
Realty @(S (423)626-5820
O r Visit
www.lakesiderealty-
in.com.i
View Western Northi
C ,...l;-, North Georgia,
L i..-. IN Real Estate.
Excellent retirement
area. Very affordable
homes., cabins. land.


Melrose. Furniture,
computers and lots of
good cheap stuff. 352-
475-2283.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
YARD SALE AT FIRST
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
of Lake Butler. 155 NW
First St. Friday and Sat-
urday, 8am-3pm.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE NOVEMBER 3 -
DECEMBER 9, 8am-?
Household items,
clothes, crafts, furniture,
tools, appliances, bikes,
toys, automobiles, tires,
boat motors and much,
much more. South on
CR231, Lake Butler.
55
Wanted


LOOKING TO BUY
PLANTED PINE
TREES. Slash, Ioblolly,
long leaf, 3-5 years old,-
10-16 feet tall. We pay-
top dollar, references
available. Call 352-494-
6653.
57
For Sale
TREE SALE TULIP
POPULAR, Red
Maple, Peach and
Apple, Corkscrew,
Weeping and Pussy Wil-
lows. $12 each, 2 or
more $10 each. Call
904-796-0118.
GATOR CLASSIC HORSE
SALE SATURDAY, No-
vember 11th, 11am.
Bradford County Fair-
grounds, Starke, FL.
- Consignments wel-


FIBERGLASS


BOAT REPAIR

All Makes All Models

30+ years experience

ALL CRAFT MARINE

904-964-8228

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YARD SALE

BRADFORD CO. KENNEL CLUB

SAT., NOV.4-8AM-5PM

CONFERENCE CENTER

1610 N. US 301- Look for signs

Household Clothing

Christmas & More!


Ingrid Smith
Broker








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C ROLINA Ali,.Jiible
I-,line, in ih. M ..ni ijin.r
lilo rd .-i t'ls H ii es
Mourain C.hbin .,Nid
Land. CALL FOR FREE
'BROCHURE (877)837-
22%8 EXIT REALTY
MOUNTA IN VIEW
PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com.
TENNESSEE LAKE
PROPERTY From
$49.900. with boat slip.
Call it: (877)293-5253 or
C lic k it :
www.GrandeVistaBay.co
m. Waters-Edge
Properties. Inc./Broker.
NC Gated Lakefront
Community. Pleasantly
mild climate 1.5 acres. 90
miles of shoreline. Never
offered before -with 20%
pre-development
discounts. 90% financing:
Call (800)709-5253.
Gulf front lots $595k.
Homes starting mid
$300k. New master
planned ocean front
community on beautiful
Mustang Island. near
Corpus Christi. TX.
www.cinnamonshore.com.
(866)891-5163.
WYOMING RANCH'
DISPERSAL 35 acres -
49.900: 50 acres -
$59.900. Snow-capped
mountain views.
Surrounded by gov't land.
Abundant \wildlife.
Recreational paradise.
Low taxes. EZ terms. Call
Utah Ranches. LLC.
(888)541-5263.
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS Secluded
7-acre retreat, located
within 50 miles of metro
Atlanta. Has 600 ft. trout
stream frontage in rear of
5B/4BA rustic home. pool.
hot lub. pasture &
woodlands. 5575.000 list
rice. motivated seller.,
on Zaikind. Metro
Brokcrs/GMAC.
(404)843-25W().
North Carolina Cool
Mountain Air. Views &


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A A. reage. FREE
BROCHURE (800)642-
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l 7 Peachtree St.
Mlurprh N.C. 28906.
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NC MOUNTAIN 7 acres
on mountain top. view.
trees, waterfall & large
public lake nearby, paved
private access. gated
community. $99.500
owner (866)789-8535.

New. Pre-Construction
Golf Commuiity-
Coastal Georgia. Large
lots w/ deepwater. marsh.
golf. nature views.
Gated. Golf. Fitness
Center. Tennis. Trails.
Oak Park. Docks. $70k's
- $300K (877)266-7376
www.cooperspoint.com.
MAINE SPORTING
PARADISE! .500
ACRES only $299.900.
Hunters & ..fishing
enthusiasts wanted'
Private 500 acre parcel
of land ideal for hunting
offers access to crystal
clear trout,& salmon
stream- unbelievable
fishing. NEW TO
MARKET! Great owner
financing. Call L&S Rity
(207)78 -3343.
Steel Buildings
STEEL BUILD NGS.
Factory Deals. Save $$$.
40 x 60' to 100 x 200'.
Ex: 50 x 100 x 12' =
$3.60/sq ft. (800)658-
2885.
www.rigidbuilding.com.
SPECIAL BUILDING
SALE..."DON'T MISS
IT!" 2006 delivery or
deposit holds till spring.
25 x40'x14 $5800..
40'x60'x16' $12.800.
Front end optional. Other
sizes available. Pioneer.
(800)668-5422.
Wanted To Buy
OLD G UI TARS
WANTED! Fender.
Gibson. Gretsch. Martin.
D'Anselico. Strolbetr.
Rickenihacker. a n
Mosriie. 1930's lihru
1960's. Top calh paid!
(800)401-044()0.


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205 N. Temple Ave. .'
Starke

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STARKE. Perfect starter home.
3BR/I BA block home in city limits.
.Concrete driveway, spacious fenced
rear yard. Walking distance to schools
and shopping. $118.000. MLS#332560.


STARKE. Newly constructed
3BR/2BA with vaulted ceilings, wall to
wall carpet and quality inyl flooring.
I-yr. builders warranty. Appliances
included. $159,900. ILS#335326.
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MIDDLEBURG. 3BR/2BA, great
starter home with open floor plan,
breakfast bar. and so much more.
Current owners are replacing carpet.
$159,900. MNLS#310570.










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STARKE. New construction!
3BR/2BA. spilt floor plan, 2-car
garage, fireplace and breakfast bar.
Master has tray ceiling, garden tub
and WIC. $239.000. MLS#304020.


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come. Call 660-258-
4040 or 850-532-9229.
FLN#2122.
BUCK STOVE, CAST
IRON, WITH ELECTRIC
BLOWER. New $1500,
sell for $700 OBO. You
move. Call 904-613-
6871.
SCRATCH AND DENT
FRAME SALE at
Thornton Photography.
*Large selection of
scratched and dented
frames for sale. Stan-
aard and unique sizes
priced right for the do-it-
yourself framer. Our ex-
pert mat cutter will be on
-site on these special
dates. November 2nd
and 3rd, 10am-5pm.
Come check out our se-
lection. Call 904-964-
2714.
ELECTRICAL HYDRAU-
LIC HANDICAP
WHEELCHAIR LIFT for
full-size van, $350. Call
S386-496-2639.
COMPAQ MILLENNIUM
COMPUTER with
mouse and keyboard,
$100. Call 352-473-
8716 before 8pm.
WHIRLPOOL ESTATE
WASHERAND DRYER,
white. Both super ca-
pacity, 6 years old, great
condition. $300/set.
Call 904-866-7895.
OBLONG OAK CLAW-
FOOT table, scrolled
back oak chairs, seats 6,
$150. Call 904-964-
4011.
LEATHER COUCH & love
seat, caramel color,
good condition, $150.
Call 904-964-4011.
WASHERS/DRYERS,
$150 FOR SET, will
separate. Refrigerators
and stoves. Free deliv-
ery and setup, 90 day
written warranty. Call
904-964-5266.
USED HOUSE DOORS -
French, hollow core and
solid core. Make great
desk or work bench. As
low as $15. Saturday
and Sunday, November
4th and 5th. SR100 be-
tween Johnson's Ga-
.rage and P & J's Quick
,Stop.
HOVER ROUND w/
- charger. Good condition
'extra seat, $ 500. Call
-386-431-1568. -
93 YAMAHA 2SHP out-'_
'board, runsigreat, $700.
.Call 904-964-3080.
M1 CARBINE WWII
'"QUALITY HARD-
.WARE" arsenal rebuild
'new Rockola barrel Big
Mag, GI sling, oiler.
'Must be legal to own.
$650 firm. 352-284-
0199.
RE FRIGERATOR/
'FREEZER, $100. Up-
right freezer, $100. Con-,
sole TV, $40. All in very
good condition. Call
,R04,-964-6516 __.
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
SPillowtop mattress and
bexspring with manufac-
tures warranty. Brand
new still in plastic. Can
deliver. Sell for $170.

LAKUUCE CITY
Accounts
.Payable/Property
Clerical accounting work
involving a wiJe range
of duties to support the
College's system of
financial resources
involving but not limited
to accounts payable,
property records
maintenance, subsidiary,
ledger maintenance and
data entry.
High School graduate (or
equivalent) plus three
years of business office
experience, one of which
is in accounting. Must be
computer literate and
experienced in word
processing and data
spreadsheets. Must be
able to perform manual
labor and lift 35 lbs
correctly. Special
consideration will be
given applicants with an
associate degree or
certificate in a related
area.
Salary: $19,602.00
annually plus benefits.
Position closes:
November 13, 2006.
Cosmetology Teaching
Assistant H
(213 Duty Days)
Re-advertised
Cosmetology license
plus 2 years of teaching
or work experience.
Typing, keeping student
records, ordering
materials, maintaining
inventory, assisting
instructors in clinic,
preparing and grading
exams, collecting fees
and preparing deposits.
Special consideration
will be given applicants
with an associate degree
or certificate in a related
area.
Salary: $17,705.20
annually, plus benefits
Application deadline:
November 13, 2006
College application
required. Position details
and application available
on the web at:


www.lakecitycc.edu
/ Inquiries: Human
Resource Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg
@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in Education &
Employment


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.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$69, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Save a lot. Cash and
carry. Call Sonia at 352-
473-7173 or 904-964-
3888.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
59
Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Limerock,
crush create, asphalt
killings, building sands,
gravels, tractor work.
We haul, we spread.
Business 904-782-3172,
mobile 904-509-9126.
Monday through Satur-
day.
CONCEALED WEAPONS
PERMIT, $50. One hour,
call 904-263-0397.
Classes second Satur-
day of the month, by ap-
pointment. Call for res-
ervation.
DO YOU NEED YOUR
CHIMNEY CLEANED?
We will be your chimney
sweep. Call us, 904-
964-3104.
NEED YOUR HOUSE
CLEANED FOR THE
HOLIDAYS or just be-
cause? Call Nancy or
Robyn at 904-964-6892
for details.
CHECK OUT THE NEW
ARRIVALS at Lin's Bas-
ketry and Gifts. Also,
Avon sales. 103
Edwards Rd, Starke,
904-964-8191.
TEENAGER LOOKING
FOR BABYSITTING
JOBS. Weekends
mostly. 8 hour childcare
course completed.
Please call 904-964-
4924.
OLD SCHOOL MASONRY
specializing in; brick,
.block, stone, concrete,
,new & restoration. 37
years experience, call
904-769-1230.
CLARK FOUNDATION-
R PAIF.h.Jrl0. i.Cora,
re non gl termite oa "
ler 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.

FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South- Only 3/110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini.storage and Barn
*Ideal Location*
Call (904) 964-3827


Steel

Buildings

Factory Direct

Savings
Delivered to your
door step
All sizes
All applications

904-769-6305


CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
SECRETARIAL SER-
VICES Typesetting, re-
sumes, etc. Call Melissa
at 904-364-6463.
65
Help Wanted
BRADFORD COUNTY
BUILDING & ZONING
DEPARTMENT is ac-
cepting applications for a
full time clerical position.
Knowledge of zoning
and building very helpful.
Knowledge of Microsoft
Word and Excel re-
quired, must possess
people skills, be a team
player and be eager to
learn. Applications and
job descriptions may be
picked up at the Building
and Zoning Department
located in the North
Wing of the Bradford
County Courthouse or
via the County website
at www.bradford-cp-
fla.org. Completed ap-
plications must be
turned In to the Building
and Zoning Department.
The deadline for accept-
ing applications is
Wednesday, November
8, 2006 at 4:00pm. The
County reserves the
right to reject any and all
applications. Equal op-
portunity Employer.
PART-TIME SCALE OP-
ERATOR. The New
River Solid Waste Asso-
ciation is seeking quali-
fied applicants for a per-
manent, part-time posi-
tion of Scale Operator.
Will be responsible for
operating computerized
scale system, collecting
fees and keeping accu-
rate records of all trans-
actions. Must be a high
school graduate with two
years of experience in
similar work. Must be
willing to work a flexible
schedule including
weekends and holidays.
Starting salary will be
$9.00 per hourfor 20-25
hours per week. Salary
commensurate with ex-
perience. Applications
can be picked:up at the
New River Regional
Landfill on SR121, just
north of Ralford, FL.
Deadline for applications
will be November 3,
2006 at 5:00pm. Foriur-
ther information, call
386-431-1000. New
River Solid Waste is a
drug-free workplace;
drug testing will be re-
i quired. Equal Opportu-
,, niy,,E-giAPlye '
' ATTENTION ALL *RN'S
AND LPN'S. Macclenny
Nursing & Rehab Center
currently has open posi-


tions for FT 7pm-7am
shifts. All interested ap-
plicants please apply in
person at Macclenny
Nursing & Rehab Cen-
ter, 755 South 5th St,
Macclenny, FL. On-site
interviews available, or
call 904-259-4873.
COLLECTOR CAREER
OPPORTUNITY We
are looking for energetic
people who enjoy the
challenge of working in
collections. If you are, a
self-motivated person
with good communica-
tion and organizational
skills, please consider
joining our team. Appli-
cants must possess a
high school diploma or
equivalent, six months of
practical payment collec-
tion/clerical experience,
and a valid driver's li-
cense. The position of-
fers competitive salary
and benefit package. To
apply visit our web site
www.farmersfumiture.com
or send resume to or
apply at: Farmers Home
Furniture, 835 S Walnut
St, Starke, FL 32091.
DELIVERY/WARE-
HOUSE career opportu-
nity: We are looking for
dependable, self moti-
vated people who enjoy
working in a retail deliv-
ery/warehouse position.
If you have a valid driv-
ers license, can meet the
DOT driving require-
ments for vehicles with
GVWR greater than
10,000 Ibs but less than
26,000 Ibs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100
Ibs, please consider join-
ing our team. The posi-
tion offers competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply in
person at Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
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
Tumer at 800-488-0409.
We are an equal
opportunities employer.
'EXPERIENCED BACK
HOE OPERATOR with
CDL Class A. F/T, M-F.
Apply in person,
Dampier Septic Tank,
7030 NW 23rd Way,
Gainesville, 352-378-
2659. DFWP, EOE.
IMMEDIATE OPENING for
the following positions;
Pipelayer, Hoe, Loader
Op, Hillman, Tailman &
Laborer. Apply in person
at Earthworks, 11932
NSR 121, Macclenny,
FL, 32093. Call 904-653-
2800.
PART TIME CARRIER to
deliver the Florida Times
Union newspaper, Fri,
Sat & Sun. Starke area.
Must have reliable ve-
hicle. Please, call 904-
964-6592.
ENTRY LEVEL AMERI-
CAN ACCESS TECH-
NOLOGIES ,is now.,ac-
cepting applications for
our Keystone 'Heights
location. Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vandement. Train to be;
a Punch Operator, Brake
Operator, Grinder, run a
hardware press, etc. 40
hrs/week with posp~ble
overtime. Starting salary
is $7.25/hr. DFWP, good
benefits. Call 352-473-
4984.


WELDER EXPERI-
ENCED. Mig/Tig, steel
and aluminum for fabri-
cation shop in Keystone
Heights. Monday
Thursday, 7:00am-
3:30pm, Friday 6:30am-
3:30pm. Excellent ben-
efits, DFWP, 352-473-
4984.
COUNTY PLANNER -
BRADFORD COUNTY:
Bradford County is ac-
cepting applications fora
full-time County Planner.
The Planner will be re-
sponsible for technical
work and production of
planning documents as
well as making recom-
mendations to land de-
velopment proposals,
MSBU's, capital im-
provements budget,
comprehensive plan
proposals, subdivisions,
DRI's, housing pro-
grams, economic devel-
opment activities and
land development code
revisions. Will prepare
complex, detailed re-
ports on such areas as
land use, public facilities
and Infrastructure sys-
tems, urban design, so-
cial issues, land devel-
opment code interpreta-
tion and revision and site
plan review. The mini-
mum qualifications in-
clude a Bachelor's De-
gree in Urban Planning,
Public Administration,
Geography or a related
degree in business. Ex-
perience in planning is
preferred, but not re-
quired. Applications
may be turned in or


GARFIELD'S CLEANERS
(formerlyAllef's) Down from Hardee's
Positions open for Laundry Attendant
Both Stores -
Apply in Keystone 8am-3pm
NO PHONE CALLS


Experienced

Server/Cashier/Cook

Needed

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

352-316-2934
-*F.p-4 pm
"' A GeiFtl or'kiniq Environment"
DFWP- EOE


NOW HIRING CLASS A CDL
DRIVERS-


WE OFFER A COMPETITIVE PAY
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 54 AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL
PH. (352) 378-8844 ext. 338


Performance
r yFood Group


Driver Dedicated'Regional




Avg. $825 $1025/wk

65% preloaded/pretarped

Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627

www.ctdrivers.com

Help Wanted:



Dental Assistant

5 Yr. Experience Required

Fax Resume to: 904-396-4924


Don't Have Experience Yet?
See the ad for Jacksonville 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."


mailed to Clerk of the
Court, P. 0. Drawer B,
945 N. Temple Avenue,
Starke, FL 32091. The
deadline for accepting
applications is Monday,
November 9, 2006 at
4:00 p.m. Applications
and job description
forms are available at
the County Manager Of-
fice located in the
Bradford County Court-
house, North Wing. The
North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce,
100 East Call Street,
Starke, FL 32091 or via
the county website at
www.bradford-co-
fla.org. The county re-
serves the right to reject
any and all applications.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.


CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-El's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la-
borers, Class A CDL
drivers- valid Drivers li-
cense a Mustl Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292
or call 904-275-4960,
EOE. Drug Free Work-
place.
LOCAL CLEANING SER-
VICE looking for part-
time help 20-30 hrs
weekly. Must have ref-
erences and a back-
ground check. Must be
honest, reliable and mo-


tivated. Contact Elena
at 904-364-6455.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
LIKE atmosphere and
work at Windsor Manor.
Open positions for
CNA's (all shifts), main-
tenance assistant, and
dietary aids. Fill out ap-
plications at 602 E Laura
St., Starke 32091 or fax
resume to 904-964-
6621. Call 904-964-
3383 for appointment.
EEOC/DFWP.
INVESTMENT BUSINESS
seeking partner on com-
mercial lot. Call 352-
468-2959.
EXPERIENCED
RETAIL SALES PER-
SON. 5 days a week, no
nights or weekends.
Apply in person, no
phone calls. 131 W. Call
St, Starke.


H.R./Receptionist
for Immediate Opening
Must have 2 yr. exp.
Send resume to
Earthworks of Northeast FL, Inci
11932 North State Road 121
Macclenny, FL 32063
Ph: 904-653-2800
'Fax: 904-653-2801
Attn: Joanna Young


JiUstJ 71 Dos...-
you can have the skills you
need to get a job as a

DentalAssistant
10-week course. Saturday only i
Tuition $2,450,- Payment Plans
Call Christi @
Jacksonville Dental Assisiant School
for info packet

904-398-3401

next class starts: March 3, 2007
Reg. by FL Con mission for
Independent Education


WHITEHEAD BROS.,INC. LAKE CITY LOGISTICS




Over-The-Road Drivers Needed!
New trucks with ThermoKing APU's, 1800 watt inverters, top of the 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 arid 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



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The world's largest retailer is looking for motivated individuals to join our logistics
team in--Alachua, FL. Wal-Mart offers competitive wages, a generous benefit
package, and growth opportunities.
We offer a competitive pay scale and benefit package, Medical, Dental,
Associate Life, Optional Life, Dependent Life, AD&D, STD, LTD,
Paid holidays, vacation, Stock Purchase plan, Profit Sharing, 401k,
Wal*Mart discount card and more.


Weekday and Weekendshifts available

* Receiving Shipping Orderfilling

*Quality Assurance Data Systems

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bending, twisting & stooping.

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"I have a great deal of autonomy and am treated with the utmost respect by physicians,
more so than in any other organization I have worked with."
Cheryl Demers, Haven Hospice RN


Please e-mail resume to: employment@havenhospice.org,
or fax to: 352-379-6206.
All applicants MUST include position to be considered!
Applicants considered must successfully complete our
comprehensive background, driver's record and
drug screen check.
EOE/DFWP. I
Licensed as non-profit since 1979/CHAP accreditation. L


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