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Creation Date: November 30, 2006
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Thursday, Nov. .z, 006


94th Year 34th Issue 50 CENTS


S Trio expands food choices in area


Christmas
parade set for
Dec. 8
The Lake Butler
Christmas parade is set for
Friday, Dec. 8. It will
again be a lighted parade
at night.
For an entry form, see
the Lake Butler City Hall,
or call (386) 496-3401 for
more information.



Christmas
concert set for
Dec. 7
Union County High
School's and Lake Butler
Middle. School's annual
free Christmas concert
will be held Thursday,
Dec. 7. It begins at 7 p.m.
in the UCHS auditorium.




UCHS offers
after-school
FCAT coaching
Attention, parents and
students: Union Cqunty
High School will be
offering after-school
coaching for students to
better prepare them for the
FCAT test.
This one-on-one and
small group instruction
will be available Monday
through Thursday from
3:15 to 4:15 p.m.
Coaching services vll
start on Monday, Nov. 27,
and last until Thursday,
Feb. 22.
The high school staff
encourages students to
seize this opportunity to
receive individual help so
they will be better
prepared for the FCAT.
Students must pass the
FCAT to graduate.
If you are interested in
your child taking part in
these FCAT coaching
sessions, please call
UCHS reading coach
Geraldine Griffis at (386)
496-3040, ext. 4946, to
arrange for your child to
participate.




VFW ladies
auxiliary sets
craft, bake sale
Dec. 9
The Ladies Auxiliary of
the VFW Post 10082 is
holding a craft and bake
sale on Saturday, Dec. 9..
from 8 to 11 a.m.
It will be located at
John Howell's garage on
C.R. 231 south in Lake
Butler.
Crafts and homemade
goodies fdr the holidays
will be for sale. Come and-
support your local
Veterans!






VFW to hold
turkey shoot
Dec. 9
The Ladies' and Men's
Auxiliary of VFW Post
10082 is holding a turkey
shoot on Saturday, Dec. 9,
from 9 to 11 a.m.
Please come and
support your local
veterans at John Howell's
garage on C.R. 231 south
in Lake Butler.


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Good food can lure anyone
almost anywhere, and the
owners of the Butler Seafood


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
The Union County School
Board held its annual
reorganizational meeting
Tuesday, Nov. 21, in which it
welcomed a new board
member and chairpersons.
It was George Green Jr.'s
first meeting as a school board
member, and he had family
members' in the audience to
support him. He joked that
they didn't have to come to
every meeting.
Green said when he was
campaigning for the job, he
said he wanted to work with
everybody and now he has the


House and Grille are no
exception.
Liz Hyland, Barbara Busone
and Betty Athanasakos are the
co-owners of the restaurant on


opportunity to do that.
"Thank you to everyone on
the board for making me feel
welcome," he said after board
members gave his advice and
words of encouragement.
It was also the occasion to
elect the 2006-2007
chairperson and vice
chairperson.
Now the senior member of
the board after Sue
Whitehead's retirement, Alvin
Griffis was voted to be
chairperson, taking over -for
Allen Parrish.

See ELECTS, p.4A


the lake that was remodeled
four months ago.
Hyland owned and ran a
restaurant in south Florida
when she got a call from


Athanasakos (Hyland's aunt),
who is also a partner in the
Butler Townhomes project.
"She realized there was no
place to go to eat up here,"


Front manager Debra Baggett prepares change for town and decided to check it out." Managing
carry out customers Nancy Thompson and Joy member Barbara Busone (center) hands them their
Davis (in back). Thompson said they both live in drinks.
Keystone Heights, but "We were passing through


Hospital sees results of state-

of-the-art digital X-ray machine


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
It felt like Christmas in July
when the Lake Butler
Hospital/Hand Surgery Center
finally got a new state-of-the
art digital imaging and PAC
system to read X-rays in the
radiology department. -
After having the equipment
for almost a year and'a half,
the staff said they can now
truly see the positive results.
A small hospital like. Lake
Butler does not have the
volume to keep a
radiologist-who reads X-
rays-on staff.
If a patient came in with
what they thought was a
broken arm, the X-rays were
taken on.regular film.
"In the past, you had to take
your film to the dark room and
get it developed," said Jill
Fulgham, Lake Butler
Hospital's director of


Lake Butler Hospital/Hand Surgery Center Radiology
Department Director Jill Fulgham shows how she
pulls a demo X-ray image up on the computer,
makes notations.for the radiologist and then sends it
through a secure Web site.


radiology.
The film was then sent to
Gainesville where:a radiologist


Hyland said.
Growing up working for her
family's restaurants in New
York and opening up three
restaurants for another owner
in Miami, Hyland had plenty
of experience in the food
industry. She knew Busone,
who retired from the Broward
County School system.
Together, they decided to
see what Athanasakos was
talking about.
Hyland told Busone at the
time, "Well, let's come up and
take a look at it."
When they got here, the two
felt right af-home.
"We don't miss South
Florida," Busone said. "In
Lake Butler, the people are
friendly."
Busone said their main goal
is to "put out a good product
and keep the community
coming back."
"Every guest counts, and we
hope they leave as a friend,"
she said.
The opening of the
remodelled restaurant was in
July, but they said it took a
long time to get to that point.
Hyland said the barbecue pit
had to be redone to keep heat
in the kitchen and out of the
rest of the restaurant. The
kitchen was also completely
gutted; the roof was raised and
everything is now handicap
accessible.
All the changes took
approximately three months,
and the restaurant now has 30
people on staff. It seats 150
people in the front room, 60 in
the back room and eventually
24 on the patio.
Busone manages the
business side-of the restaurant,

See FOOD, p.6A


Worthington Springs

annexes airport


BY LINDSEYTIRKLAND--
Times Editor
At its November meeting,
the Worthington Springs City
Council voted 5-0 to
voluntarily afinex Flying Tiger
Airport.
All five members of the
council-Jeff Rimes, John
Rimes III, Mayor Jimmy
Cason, Bob Benson and Bill
Whitle\-%%ere present for the
second reading of. the
ordinance No. 2006-04 relating
to the airport annexation, and
all voted to approve it after'the
Rimes brothers petitioned the
council.
Flying Tiger Airport is six
acres located in the northeast
section of the county near C.R.
18A.
The annexation is only one
of the signs of growth in
Worthington Springs.
The council met for the first
time in the new community
center/city hall, which had to


be built after a tree fell on the
old one during a hurricane.
Councilman Jeff Rimes was
commended in the meeting for
all of his efforts to obtain
FEMA reimbursement for the
cost of the building, which
totaled approximately
$650,000.
Cason appointed a
committee to research prices
for community center rentals
and .report back at the next
meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 5, at
7:30 p.m. With the expanded
facilities now available to
Worthington residents, an
increase may occur in rental
prices.
A grand opening for the
community center will be held
at a later date. It is just one of
many projects in the works in
Worthington Springs, so look
for more coverage in future
issues of the Union County
Times.


See X-RAYS, p. 5A


(L-R) Union County Superintendent of Schools Carlton Faulk presents Alifen
Parrish with a gavel for serving as school board chairman for 2005-2006. Board
members George Green Jr., Marsan Carr, Sandra Floyd, Alvin Griffis and (in back)
board attorney Dan Webb congratulate Parrish with a round of applause.


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Report on student achievement and program

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Ninth-grade students making straight A's at Union McDonald, (back) Noah Nelson, Gabriella Perez,
County High School for the first nine weeks were Jordon Reynolds, Allison Southwell, Lauren
(front, I-r) Scott Childress, Scott Dicks, Markie Tomlinson, and (not pictured) Emily Brown and Kelly
Emery, Sara Howard, Sylvia Lutke, Jensen Martin.


Union County High
.. .: .. '.. School 11H -graders
making straight A's for
Union County High School 10th-graders making straight A's for the first nine the first nine weeks
weeks were (front, I-r) Brady Clark, Cindy Crawford, Kyle Foerman and Allison were Justin Hanson
Warren. and (not pictured)
Jordan Clyatt and
Jessica Parrish.


UCHS names 100+

to A/B honor roll


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Union County High School
named more than 100 students
to it's A/B honor roll.
Students earning this honor
during the first nine weeks
were:
Ninth grade: Barbie Baker,
Carma Barkman, Marvin
Brooks, Arica Brown, Taylor
Chastain, Adriana Chavarria,
Dalton Clarke, Brianne Clyatt,
Leland Crawford, Jenna
Driggers, Colby. Elwood,
Qouston Franklin, Janae
Liptrap, Courtney Matthews,
Morgan McDonald, Adam
Mott, Daniel Nazworth,
Dawson Parrish, Jennifer
Pharis, Brittany Pittman,
Hillary Ricks, Tara Sapp,
Kristin Smith, Bethany
Tetstone, Lee Tilton, Camryn
Wessner, Jesse Wessner,
Roman West and Jordan
Windham.
10th grade: Holli Barnett,
Ashley Clemons, Alberto Cruz
IV, Joshua Dicks, Brodie Ellis,
Andrew Framer, Brittany
Griffis, Tyler Hamilton,
Shamari Holland, Sarah
Hughes, Virginia Ivins,
Deaudra Jones, Breanna
Parrish, Marquez Perry, Julie
Redding, Kayla Roberts,
James Rooney, Laci Smith,
Michael Tetstone, Robin
Thomas, Susann Thomas,
Michael Thurman, Erica.
Townsend, Ashli Watkins and
Clint Williams.
11th grade: Richard Allen,
Jared Brand, Theresa Brown,
Jody Cason, Kayla Conner,
Cordell Cray, Chelsey Crews,
CoryE Croft, Lillie
Emmelhainz, Aundie Fields,


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Lake Butler
Head Start
now enrolling
Head Start, a free federally
funded program, is now taking
applications for the 2006-2007
school year.
The program is open to
preschool children who turned
3 years old on or before Sept.
1,2006.
Head Start offers
educational activities, health
and family services.
To apply, please call (386)
496-2160, Episcopal
Children's Services, to set up
an appointment or stop by the
Lake Butler Center located at
495 S.E. Fifth Ave.
Don't forget to bring your
.child's birth certificate and
proof of income when
.,.applying. .

UCHS offers
after-school
FCAT

coaching
Attention, parents and
students: Union County High
School will be offering 'after-
school coaching for students to
better prepare them for the
FCAT test.
This one-on-one and small
group instruction 'will be
available Monday through
Thursday from 3:15 to 4:15
p.m. Coaching services will
start on Monday, Nov. 27, and
last until Thursday, Feb. 22.
The high school staff
encourages students to seize
this opportunity to receive
individual help so they will be
better prepared for the FCAT.
Students must pass the FCAT
to graduate.
If you are interested in your
child taking part in these
FCAT coaching sessions,
please call UCHS reading
coach Geraldine Griffis at
(386) 496-3040, ext. 4946, to'
arrange for your child to
participate.

LBES adds
security
measures
For added school safety,
Lake Butler Elementary
School has begun locking the
back school entrance gates.
Parents of first-, second-,
third- and fourth-graders are
asked not to line up before
2:10 p.m. because the gates
will be locked until that time.
Lining up before .2:10 p.m.
would also cause major traffic
concerns.

Class of 2006
pictures ready
for pickup
If you are a member of
Union County High School's
Class of 2006 and submitted
pictures for the senior
presentation/video to Charlotte
Emerson, these pictures need
to be picked up.
See Darla Davis at Union
County High School to collect
your photos. For more
information, contact Davis at
(386) 496-4858.







Nov. 30, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


Union County High School 12t"-graders making straight A's for the first nine
weeks were (front, I-r) Stacy Hutton, Hali Perryman, Lynne Riherd, Austen
Roberts, (back) Cailey Thomas, Lauren Thomas, Samantha Touchstone and
Ashlyn Woodington.


Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers for November were fifth-graders (front,
I-r) Ryan Elliott, Taylor Joyner, Corey Palmer, Shana Rainey, (back) Savannah
Chastain, Hailey Libby, Chelsea Kaser and Ashley Feltner.


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Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers for November were seventh-graders
(front, I-r) Jack Rodriguez, Brandon Liston, Kayla Freeman, (back) Chance Bailey,
Alana Stevens, Khadijah Jones and Dorean Sirmones.


Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers for November were sixth-graders (front,
I-r) Kelsey Brooker, Garrett Thornton, Danielle Pate, (back) Brooke Bonds, Dustin
Bielling, Christine Wight and Carl Alexander.
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Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers for November were eighth-graders (1-r)
Connie Driggers, Jodie Waters, Hayden Brown, Micheala Shannon, Sabrina
Norman and Jessica O'Steen.


Travel abroad
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
Tours to Germany, Austria,
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
opportunity and is available to
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
(386) 496-3040 or at (386)
,431-1617.
The deadline is approaching.

TOPS meeting
Start losing weight
today-join TOPS.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly
meets every Thursday at 6:15
p.m. in the fellowship hall of
the First Methodist Church in
Lake Butler. It is on Main
Street across from Mercantile
Bank. Weigh-in starts at 5:45
p.m.
A year's membership is $24,
with a $5 fee each month.


There are prizes for weight
loss.
For more information call
(386) 496-2107

Sons of
Confederate
Vets to meet
Dec. 14
The Sons of Confederate
Veterans, Camp 1463 Battle of
Olustee, meets today, Dec. 14,
at 7 p.m. at the Lake, City-
Columbia County Historical'
Museum in Lake City.
The museum is located at
157 S.E. Hernando Avenue.
The meeting is open to the
public, and everyone is
welcome. Individuals who
have Confederate ancestors or
believe they do are encouraged-
to attend to see what the SCV
has to offer.
Individuals who do not have
Confederate ancestors, but are
interested in the study of


history and the Civil War
should also attend.
Contact Camp Adjutant E.J.
Stanley at spectorl @alltel.net
for further information.


Worthington
church sets
SChristmas
sale Dec. 2
New Jerusalem Full Gospel
Church in Worthington
Springs will hold a Christmas
goodies and yard sale on
Saturday, Dec. 2, from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
The church is raising money
for a new building. It is located
in Worthington Springs at the
comer of S.R. 121 and C.R. 18
at the caution light.
For more information, call
Annette Seay, at (386) 496-
3383.


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Recycling changes to be


implemented by March


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The New River Regional
Landfill is carrying out
changes in its recycling
program of which the public
needs to be aware.
The changes are the results
of cuts in the program
designed to save the landfill
money. Once the changes are
fully implemented, glass will
no longer be accepted; new
containers will be placed at
solid waste collection sites still
receiving the recyclables,
although other collection sites
may no longer continue to
collect recyclables at all.
In October, landfill staff
ordered new containers that
will eventually be placed at
collection sites. These
containers can be lifted with a
front loader truck the landfill
purchased for the purpose.
This change will mean fewer
employees are required to
collect the recyclable material


Spread a little

holiday cheer

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor"
There are those who are less
fortunate at all times of the
year, but now is the season for
giving back to the community.
Since 2001,' volunteers have
been bringing a little holiday
spirit to underprivileged
residents of Union County
during the holiday season.
The Big Red Christmas
Drive is sponsored by the
Union County Volunteer Fire
Department and emergency
personnel.
You too can become
involved in this event. Here's
how:
Businesses can
contribute monetary
donations or services to
families that are less
fortunate in the community
and need help all year long.
ExdfiipltOire den^tM,"doctor;'w
uti,lityv, .repair _and job
training ser ices.
New toys and, games for
children are needed, Drop
off all donations at the
Union County rescue
headquarters on S.R. 121 in
Lake Butler.
The Big Red Christmas
DriVe als6b gives families
food "items./ Non-perishable
items and gift certificates for
items (like ham or turkey)
are given to families,: so
again, donations are needed.
Many of the families
that are in need in the
community need basic



ELECTS
Continued from p. 1A

Sandra Floyd wa
the vice chairpersor.
over for Griffis.
Superintendent C
Faulk presented Parrish x
gavel for his dedicated se.
as 2005-2006 school boa
chairman.
Parrish said he was glad
have served as chairman on ,
bciard where every member
looked over each item on the
agenda and ,gave it much
thought.
"This board doesn't rubber
stamp anything," he said. "'I'm
very proud of that."
In other business, the school
board approved its 2006-2007
meeting calendar as listed
below. All meeting dates are
on Tuesday.
Dec. 12-6 p.m.
Jan. 9, 2007 6 p.m.
Jan. 23, 2007 f:30
p.m.
Feb. 13, 2007 6 p.m:
Feb. 27, 2007 1:30
i p.m.
March 13, 2007 6 p.m.
March 27, 2007 1:30
p.m.
April 10, 2007 6 p.m.
April 24, 2007 6 p.m.
May 8, 2007 6 p.m.


dropped off at the solid .vaste
centers.
November saw new
containers for cardboard
recycling placed at the
collection centers as they
arrived.
Throughout December and
January, the landfill will be
taking up the cardboard
recycling bins used by
businesses and replacing them
with new containers.
Commercial customers have
been notified that they will be
charged $20-$35 a month for
container rental,"depending on
frequency of pickup. The
revenue will help offset the
cost of the changeover.
Separate containers will be
available at the solid waste
collection centers to recycle
cardboard and newsprint.
There will be a single
container for steel and
aluminum cans, as well as
recyclable plastic containers.
The containers for newsprint
and aluminum, steel and


personal items. Examples
are socks, underwear,
toothpaste, toothbrushes,
shampoo, diapers, deodorant'
and conditioner.
The drive, also accepts
check donations. Checks
can be made payable to the
Union County Volunteer
Fire Department, or
UCVFD. They can be
mailed or dropped off at 550
S.!E! Sixth"St.' "'" ; ". -
Adopt-a-Family is also.
a new part of the Big Red
Christmas Drive. In coming
weeks, the Union County
Times will feature families
that are in need in the local
area. Community members
can sponsor a family, from a
one-person household to a
five-person family.
Approximately $50 should
be committed per member of
the sponsored family.
If you are interested in
becoming a part of making-
someone else's holiday season
a little brighter, call (386) 867--
0305.


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June 12, 2007 6 p.m.
June 26, 2007 1:30
p.m.
July 10, 2007 6 p.m.
July 24,2007 6 p.m.
Aug. 14, 20070-6 p.m.
Aug. 28, 2007 1:30
p.m.
Sept. 11, 2007 6 p.m.
Sept. 25, 2007 1:30
p.m.
Oct. 9, 2007 6 p.m.
*. Oct. 23, 2007 1:30
p.m.
Nov. 13, 2007 6 p.m.
Nov. 20, 2007 6 p.m.




Library to

hold rummage

sale Dec. 2
The Union County Public
Library will hold a rummage
sale on Saturday, Dec. 2, from
8 a.m. to noon. in the library
parking lot.
All proceeds will benefit the
library's building fund,
Donations are being accepted
for the rummage sale, but no
clothes, please.
For more information, call
(386) 496-3432.


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plastic, will be placed at the
collection sites in February as
the igloos present now are
removed.
The goal is to have all
changes take place by March.
New River Solid Waste
Association Executive Director
Darrell O'Neal explained there
isn't a market for glass and it's
expensive to collect, which is
why the board that runs -the
landfill has chosen to
discontinue recycling it.
The board also discussed
ending recycling altogether at
the following collection sites:
In Bradford County:
Lawtey, Sampson Lake and
Brooker.
In Union County: Palestine
and Worthington Springs.
In Baker County: Olustee,
Sanderson, Cuyler and Baxter.
These sites historically saw
the least amount of recyclable
materials collected and are the
most remote sites in the three
coun-ties. O'Neal said
recyclables would still be
collected there through at least
February, since those will be
the last igloos picked up.
Some recycling may be
carried out at those sites
depending on the availability
of and room for the new
containers.
The changes are expected to
save the landfill more than
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requires certain automatic
disclosures of documents and
information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: Nov. 6, 2006
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Kimberlie Riggs
Deputy Clerk
11/9 4tpd 11/30
INVITATION TO BID
NOTICE is hereby given that sealed
Bid Proposals will be received by the
Union County School Board, 55 SW
6th Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054 until
10:00 a.m., December 7, 2006, for
the furnishing of all materials, labor
and equipment for the following
projects (bid together): Lake Butler
MS Campus HVAC Renovation;
Lake Butler HS Gymnasium HVAC
Renovation; and Lake Butler HS
Locker Room AC Addition.
Plans and Specs may be obtained
from Paul Stresing Associates, Inc.,
Architect, (#AA0003377), 14617 Main
Street, Alachua, Florida 32615;
Phone 386-462-6407 by depositing
$150 (plus shipping) per set. Partial
sets will not be issued.
The Owner reserves the right to
waive any irregularities and minor
technicalities or to reject any and all
bids.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: The Union
County School Board pledges itself to
comply with the Civil Rights Act of
1964 (PL-88-352).
11/163tchg.11/30
REQUEST FOR SEALED
BIDS
The Town of Worthington Springs,.
Florida, a municipal corporation
organized under the laws of the State
of Florida, is seeking sealed bids
from interested persons who wish to
purchase two and remove two old
tractors from city property.
The proposal must state the total
CASH purchase price the buyer is
willing to pay. CASHIER CHECKS
MADE TO THE TOWN OF
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS IN
THE AMOUNT OF $3,000 MUST
ACCOMPANY EACH BID.
Written proposals must be submitted
to the Town of Worthington Attn.:
Pat Harrell, Clerk, P.O. Box 150,
Worthington Springs, FL 32697, on or
before Dec. 1, 2006. For further
information, contact Mayor Jimmy
Cason at Town Hall.
Pat Harrell
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11/23 2tchg. 11/30


Attorney for Co-Personal
Representatives
F. DOUGLAS MCKNIGHT,
ESQUIRE
Florida Bar No. 095012
Attorney for Petitioner
126 East Jefferson Street
Post Office Box 3695
Orlando, Florida 32802-3695
Telephone: (407) 843-3252
Facsimile: (407) 649-3038
11/23 2tchg. 11/30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2006-CA-0105
Green Tree Servicing LLC, as
authorized servicing agent for
GreenPoint Credit, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Anthony G. Beasley, IF LIVING, AND
IF DECEASED, HIS UNKNOWN
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST HIM; JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AND ANY OTHER
PERSON((S) IN POSSESSION OF
-THE SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY
WHOSE REAL NAMES ARE
UNCERTAIN,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Anthony G. Beasley, IF LIVING,
AND IF DECEASED, HIS
UNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
HIM.
Last know residence 4634 SW 84th
Trail (Rt. 3 Box 254-4C), Lake Butler,
Florida 32054.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a Purchase Money First
Mortgage and Note on the following
property in Union County, Florida:
LOT 4 BLOCK C, PROVIDENCE
VILLAGE SUBDIVISION, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGE 12, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
INCLUDING the following
Manufactured Home: 2000 Champion
Enterprise NG 14x52, Serial Number:
11437186.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defense, if any, to it on Chad A.
Dean, Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 118 W. Adams St., .Suite
800, Jacksonville,FL 32202, on or
before 30 days from the date of the
first publication of this Notice, and file
the original with the Clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiff's
'-ttrrnev or immediately thereafter


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE otherwise, a default will be entered
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN against you for the relief demanded in
AND FOR UNION COUNTY, the complaint of petition.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLORIDACASE NO.: 63-2006-CP-0033 WITNESS my hand and the seal of
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN PROBATE DIVISION this court on the 17th day of Nov.,
AND FOR UNION COUNTY, IN RE: ESTATE OF 2006.
FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF REGINA PARRISMI
CASE NO.: 63-2006-DR-0214 TONY CURTIS PHILLIPS CLERK OF THE COURT
CYNTHIA W. RIVERA Deceased. By: Julia Coft
CYNTHIA W. RIVERA NOTICE TO CREDITORS By: Julia Croft
Petitioner The administration of the Estate of A's Deputy Clerk
SOand RIVERA TONY CURTIS PHILLIPS, 11/23 2tchg. 11/30
ROSOLF M. RIVERA deceased, whose date of death was
Respondent July 31, 2005, is pending in the NOTICE OF ENACTMENT
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR Circuit Court for Union County OF ORDINANCE BY THE
DISSOLUTION OF Flrcidat C, PurtobaUe Division Foule CITY COMMISSION OF CITY
MARRIAGE Number 63-2006-CP-0033; the OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
TO: ROSOLF M. RIVERA NOr of 5Westa ENTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
c/oTLC Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054. ordinance, which title hereinafter
7233Southern Blvd.,B-1 The namesndaddressesoftheCo- appears, will be considered for
West Palm Beach FL 33413.. eact tb therl '_or '
YOtr RFNOTlr-i u inai 6uf ~Co-Personal Representa-t --- 2o y the Bu rT& ,,-ai--
has been filed against you and that atoPare set forth below public hearing on December 11, 2006
you are required to serve a copy of attomey are set forth belowdnt and at 5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
CYour written defenses, if any, toit other persons who have claims or the matter can be heard, in the City
addNesTs is 20614 E. R. 1VERA00, Lake demands against Decedent's estate, Commission Meeting Room, in the
Butler, FL 32054, on or before Dec. 7, including unmatured, contingent, or Southwest First Street,Lake Butler,
2006, and file the original with the unlicquidated claims, and who have Florida. Copies of said ordinance
Clerk of the Court at 55 W. Main St., been served acopy of this notice, Floriday be inspected by any member of
Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054, must file their claims with this Court may be inspected by any member of
beforeoom 103, Laservice on Petitioner orFL 32054 WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE the public at the Office of the City
immediately thereaftvice on Petitioner or (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE Manager in the City of Lake Butler
immediately thereafter. If you fail nto OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF City Hall, at 200 Southwest First
againstou for the relief entered in THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) Street, Lake Butler, Florida, during
against youforthe relief demanded in DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF regular business hours. On the date,
the petition. all court documents in this SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS time and place first above mentioned,
Copies of all court documents in this NOTICE ON THEM. all interested persons may appear
at the Clerkng of the Circuarit Court' ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL and be heard with respect to- the
office. You may review these BE FOREVER BARRED. ordinance.
office. You maypon requview these NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME ORDINANCE NO. 06-12
documents upon requestrk of the PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
Circuit Court's office notified of your ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2T% LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
current address. (You may file YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE #LAND DEVELOPMENT
Notice of Current Address, Florida DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS REGULATIONS OF THE CITY OF
Supreme Court Approved Family BARRED. LAKE BUTLER, AS AMENDED; BY
Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in THE DATE OF THE FIRST ADDING A NEW SECTION 14.14,
this lawsuit will be mailed to the PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS: ENTITLED PROPORTIONATE
address on record at the clerk's Nov. 23,2006. FAIR-SHARE TRANSPORTATION
office. Co-Personal Representatives PROGRAM; PROVIDING
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida HELEN PERRY, Petitioner SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
Family Law Rules of Procedure, VONDELLA BROOKS, Petitioner ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;


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DATE.
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 the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings and, 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.
11/301 tchg.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A
CONCURRENCY
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
FOR THE TOWN OF
RAIFORD
BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF RAIFORD, FLORIDA,
SERVING AS THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF THE
TOWN OF RAIFORD, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
comments, objections and
recommendations concerning the -
following described program, will be
heard by the Town Council, serving
as the Local Planning Agency of the
Town of Raiford, Florida, at a public
hearing on December 12. 2006, at
5:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard. The public
hearing will be conducted in the
Town Council Meeting Room at the
Town of Raiford Town Hall located at
the intersection of State Road 121
and County Road 229, Raiford,
Florida.
CMS 06-1, an application by the
Town Council, to establish a
Concurrency Management System,
to ensure that no development may
be approved unless the development
is found to bd in conformance with
the Town Comprehensive Plan and
that the provision of certain public
facilities will be available at
prescribed levels of service
* concurrent with the impacts of the
development on those facilities.
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
regarding this matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calender weeks from the
date of the above referenced hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the
amendment.
A copy of the amendment is available
for public inspection at the Office of
the Town Clerk, located in the Town
of Raiford Town Hall located at the
intersection of State Road 121 and.
County Road 229, Raiford, Florida,
during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
'ar'thte"abbve-refere'Cfl'eU""pbtil-'-.
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.
11/30 l1thg.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS, Union County,
Florida, are currently taking Request
for Proposals for selection of an-
architectural or engineering firm to
design the Union County Public
Library. Proposal specifications may
be picked up at the library located at
175 West Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida or from the web site of the
library @www.newriver.lib.fl.us. The
proposal should be submitted in a
sealed envelope addressed to Union
County Clerk of Courts, 55 West
Main Street, Room 103, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054. All proposals must be
received by Friday, January 12, 2007,
5:00 p.m. EST. The Board reserves
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Nov. 30, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


X-RAYS
Continued from p. 1A

would read it to determine
fractures, broken bones and
other related diagnoses.
Fulgham said this process, in
most cases, would -leave a
patient waiting until the next
day to receive their X-ray
results.
With equipment the hospital
purchased, it not only has the
capability to take digital X-
rays, but it also stores these on
a computer to be read by a
radiologist over the computer.
Lake Butler Hospital
subscribes to PAC, a state-of-
the-art Picture Archiving and
Communication system.
Digital X-ray images are
sent by technologists at the
hospital through a secure
Internet Web site to board
certified radiologists
throughout Florida through a
*contract with Apex
Technology Network in Coral
Springs.
The hospital can make
notations of what they are
looking for when sending the
X-rays and list the priority
status. The radiologist on the
other end can send the results
back within two hours. X-rays
listed as emergency status can


be reviewed quicker,
Phone consultations between
the referring
physicians/technologists and
the radiologists can be made.
Fulgham said this not only
gives patients their results
quicker, but it allows the
hospital to be more
technologically advanced.
An Apex spokesperson said,
"With the Apex Teleradiology
Network, general radiologists,
sub specialists and referring
physicians, wherever they are,
can now simultaneously view
and consult on the same set of
studies. And who benefits
most from this blending of
technology and traditional
medical practice? The patient,
of course."
Fulgham said patients are
now 'coming to have X-rays
,done locally that they will later
Stake to their doctor in Lake
City, Gainesville or
Jacksonville. This cuts down
on out-of-town trips and saves
time.
"You just don't have the
delay here as you would at a
larger hospital," she said. "You
can come here and be seen and
be discharged."
The digital X-ray is often
better than the old way
because one of five certified
X-ray technologists at Lake
Butler Hospital can lighten and


darken the films as necessary
on the computer. If an X-ray is
not at the right angle, it will
show.up immediately on the
screen and the X-ray can be
retaken right then.
Fulgham said Lake Butler's
Dr. Owen Osborne, who has
offices in several counties, had
patients retake X-rays at Lake
Butler Hospital for a better
quality image.
While quality is improving,
expenses are decreasing, and
the radiology department is
already looking into
purchasing a new CT Scan
with the savings.
Fulgham said there was the
initial cost for the digital X-ray
machine, which the hospital is
purchasing over time, but the
long-term benefits will be
saving the hospital money and
providing a better service to
the patient.
While before, she said there
was constant film, developing
chemicals and related costs;
digital plates now replace film.
The new process eliminates
all chemicals and training
associated with developing
film. The digital machine has
X-ray plates that are inserted
into the machine and an X-ray
is taken.
The process is much like
taking a digital snapshot of a
patient's bones. Two X-rays


The new X-ray equipment allows the X-ray technologist at Lake Butler Hospital to
put a digital plate into a slot in the machine. The X-ray image shows up
immediately on the screen, and the plate can be erased for re-use.


can also be merged into one
digital file to show more detail
or different angles.


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Lake Butler City Manager Richard Tillis shows
Maggie Dukes Wetzel where to sign the final plat that
will be placed in the land records.


DOT tentative

work plan to

be discussed

Dec. 4
A $2.9 billion work plan of
projects that the Florida
Department of Transportation
intends to work on throughout
the next five years will be
presented to the public over
the next two weeks in separate
work program public hearings.
The public hearings will be
tailored for each of the 18
counties in the DOT District -2
area and will be held:
Monday, Dec. 4, at the
DOT Training Center,
2198 Edison Ave. (off I-
10 at the Stockton Street
exit) in Jacksonville to
focus on the projects in
Baker, Putnam, St.
Johns,Clay, Nassau and
Duval counties (in that
order).
Tuesday, Dec. 5, at the
DOT District Office,
1109 South Marion Ave.
(U.S. 441 South) in Lake
City to discuss the
projects in Levy, Dixie,
Gilchrist, Alachua,
Bradford, Union and
Columbia counties (in
that order).
All meetings begin at 5:30
p.m.
Each year, the DOT must
update its five-year
transportation plan based on
requests from local


governments, the metropolitan
planning organizations and the
public.
The results will be presented
to the Florida Legislature for
budget approval in the spring
of 2007.
This year the DOT has been
challenged by the increasing
costs of materials such as
asphalt, concrete and steel.
Some projects have been
rescheduled -from their
previous time frames for
construction.
In Union County, the
resurfacing of S.R. 238
between Lake Butler and the
Columbia County line has
been added in 2009-2010.
In addition to the two public
hearings planned next week, a
public hearing was held Nov.
28 at the Suwannee River
Water Management District
headquarters in Live Oak for
the counties of Taylor,
Madison, Lafayette, Hamilton
and Suwannee.
For more information, call
the DOT Public Information
Office at (800) 749-2967, ext.
3714 or e-mail
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Times Editor
A little furniture and a lot of
hard work have brought a Lake
Butler woman's dream closer
to becoming a reality.
Maggie Dukes Wetzel, the
managing partner of Butler
Townhomes LLC, now has a
fully-furnished model of one
of the townhomes completed
for by-appointment-only tours.
Another step completed for
the project was on Oct. 26,
when the final .plat for the
townhomes was approved in a
4-0 vote in a special meeting
of the Lake Butler City
Commission (one


access program for 25 students
in a new Fast Track Criminal
Justice Technology as 4
corrections associate in science
degree.
The program begins. in
January 2007 at Union County
High School (night and online
classes).
-This degree option offers
corrections officers and
correctional classification
officers to complete an
associate in science degree in
16 months with no previous
college. This minimester
program is unique in that a
group of corrections and
correctional classification
officers will join the program
together, attend the same


commissioner was absent from
the meeting).
Butler Townhomes began in
2004 as the vision of developer
Wetzel, partner Betty
Athanasakos and site engineer
Paolo Salvador.
Salvador said the project
was created out of need.
"We asked (the city) what
was needed, and they said
housing," he said.
Wetzel, who used to work
for the Department of
Corrections in the 1980s, said
she wanted nice housing that
was not out of range for


See


HOMES, p. 7A


online and classroom courses,
and graduate as a class. This
will be a demanding program
requiring the student to
complete two college classes
every six to eight weeks.
Students enrolled in this
program will be classified as
full-time students. ,
Financial aid support will be
available for those who
qualify. The application
deadline is Thursday, Dec. 7.
Contact the Criminal Justice
Training Center at (386) 754-
4391, by e-mail at
brownd@lakecitycc.edu or
visit the college's Web site at
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Once the machine takes the
X-ray, the image is stored on
the computer and is sent like a-
digital photo to the radiologists
throughout the state. The X-
ray plates can then be erased
and used again for another X-
ray.
Although digital, some
patients still need the hard
copy of their X-rays to take to
other doctor's appointment.
Fulgham said the new
technology still allows Lake
Butler Hospital to print out
films or even burn a patient's
X-ray onto a CD.
"This is the wave of the
future-24/7 you're getting
your films read."
Fulgham said she really
pushed for the technology for
many reasons.
"I've worked at hospitals
that have had the PAC's
system," she said. "It's cost
effective."
Film and chemical storage
was an issue for a hospital the
" size of Lake Butlteils bathW


especially the cost of
developing the film trumped
these issues.
Film, chemicals, X-ray
jackets for film and repairs on
the film processor cost the
hospital $22,305.64 in 2004.
With the digital X-ray
equipment, this problem is
eliminated.
More importantly, Fulgham
said. the equipment better
allowed the hospital to serve
its current patients, as well as
accommodating new ones.
The radiology department
does approximately 425 X-ray
exams per month. Some exams
involve more than one type of
X-ray.
Lake Butler Hospital's
radiology department has
extended its hours from 8 a.m.
to 8 p.m. and now accepts
most major insurances.
To learn more, call the
hospital's radiology department
at (386) 496-2323 ext. 251 or
visit
wwwv.lakebutlerhospital.com.n-.t


Sospd Sintging

at

Sanderson Christian Revival Center

this Thursday & Friday at 7 p.m.

by "Eddie Lee and Anointed"

C.R. 229 and Sapp Road

For more information

call Pastor DuWayne Bridges at

(386) 965-0127


Worship in tkhe s f the ,ord... Somewhere this wee!

The churches and businesses listed below
urge you to attend the church of your choice!


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Providing Professional Services
Financial Planning Computerized Bookkeeping/Payroll


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Chef Liz Hyland (left) and Barbara Busone are
managing members in the Butler Seafood House and
Grille.

FOOD


Continued from p. 1A
and Hyland works in the
kitchen. The pair said they
hope to reach their goals by
hard work.
"My family has been in the
restaurant business forever,"
Hyland said.
Her grandparents were from
Greece and opened restaurants
in New ,York. She got her start
just like everyone else-by
bussing tables and washing
dishes.
Eventually she moved up' in
the business and also
graduated from New York
Tech with a culinary degree.
"We know what hard work
is," she said. "I'll wash dishes
with them [the staff]."
Busone also grew up in New
York, but eventually moved to
Florida where she Worked in
finance in Broward County for
32 years.
"My only restaurant
experience is that I enjoy
eating," she said.,
Managing a restaurant has
been a learning experience.
"I never realized what hard
work really is," she said.


FCCD needs
donations for
community
projects
Chapter 5 of the Florida
Council on Crime and
Delinquency has. a busy year
planned in the area of
community service.
Several upcoming projects
that FCCD has. need
tPommunity support, by way of
time and donations.
FCCD will be working with
area schools to assist needy
families at Thanksgiving and
Christmas, working on helping.
the Dreams Come True


"Every day is a learning
experience."
Hyland said, "I love it. It's a
challenge."
Even with the hard work,
they both agreed Lake Butler
has its benefits.
Loving the slow traffic,
Hyland said, "I risked my life
every day in Miami just going
on the road."
While this may not be the
only reason they were attracted
to the area, Busone said,
"We're going to be here for the
long haul."
Busone said the community
has been receptive of the
changes to the restaurant,
including redoing the original
floors of the old skating rink
that was once at the location.
"Everyone who comes, they
love it," she said.
To show their appreciation,
Busone and Hyland try to
support the local community.
They have advertised at high


The restaurant at the lake was remodeled with a new
layout, but the original skating rink wood floors were
kept and redone for the grand opening in July.


Foundation and many more
worthwhile projects.
Chapter 5 is requesting any
.assistance, ,on the .following
service projects' (submission
deadlines and the type of help
are also listed):
Christmas baskets -
Dec. 15 canned goods,
dry goods or monetary
donations.
Adopt a Grandparent -
Dec. 15 sugar free.
candy.
Angel Tree program -
Dec. 8 presents for
children (for Guardian ad
Litem).
Warmth with Jackets-
Dec. 15 collecting
jackets of all sizes.
School supply donations


ongoing paper,
pencils, pens, glue,
crayons, notebooks,
markers, backpacks, etc.:
Ronald McDonald
House ongoing pop
tops, travel size hygiene
products (shampoo,
toothpaste, etc.)
If you hpve question, please
contact Terrasa Wood',
community service
chairperson, at (904) 368-3277
(work), (904) 964-4726
(home), (352) 494-2249 (cell)
or by e-mail at
wood.terresa@mail.dc.state.fl.
us.
Julie Crews, fund-raising
chairperson, can also be
contacted at (904) 368-3000
(work), (904) 364-7069 (cell)


school football games and
during the season, Busone said
the staff would always wear
their purple and gold.
Another aspect is
employment.
"We try to give local kids
jobs," Hyland said of two
cashiers who are both high
school students.
She also appreciates the
"regulars," those who come to
eat every day.
One addition that keeps
people coming back, she said,
was the creation of a lunch
special every day and all-you-
can-eat specials, including the
lunch buffet.
Every Friday there is also a
seafood buffet and prime rib
dinners available.
Other menu items include
homemade desserts and
different sized barbecue,
hamburger, steak and seafood
plates. All hamburgers and
steaks are made with certified
Angus beef.
Because of the different
sizes, Hyland said, "Everyone
can come in and eat." Busone
added, "And afford to eat."
Butler Seafood House and
Grille has banquet facilities
available.
The Rotary Club of Lake
Butler meets there each
Tuesday at noon. Hyland and
Busone are wanting to expand
on these types of gatherings.
"We're looking forward to
holding more events," Hyland
said.
She also said Lake Region
Community Theatre group is
looking at possibly bringing
their shows to the restaurant,
which could begin in January.
Butler Seafood House and
Grille, 315 N. Lake Avenue, is
open Tuesday through
Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9
p.m., Friday from 11 a.m. to
10 p.m. and Sunday from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Call (386) 496-3700 for
more information or to reserve
a banquet room for your
holiday gathering.


We can often do more for
other men by correcting our
own faults than by trying to
correct theirs.
-Francois Fenelon


or crews.julie@mail.dc.state.fl.
us.
FCCD is a nonprofit
corporation.


Discover the
magic reading
brings
Have fun with storytime. at
the Union, County` Public
Library.
The library's fall storytime
will continue Thursday, Nov.
30, with "Very Fairy Tales"
beginning at 10 a.m.
For more information, call
(386) 496-3432, or visit
www.newriver.lib.fl.us.


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All units in the Butler Townhomes will come
furnished with the following stainless steel kitchen
5 appliances: a microwave, stove and refrigerator, as
shown above.


HOMES
"Continued from p. 5A
,working people.
, "We're hoping the locals


will take interest," she said.
With in-house financing
available for qualified people,
Wetzel 'said she thinks
residents will be pleasantly
surprised at the quality of the
townhomes.


- LOCATION

At these hearings, all interested parties may appear and
-be heard with respect to the proposed amendment to the
,Future Land Use Plan Map of the City's Comprehensive
,Plan and the proposed amendment to the Official Zoning
;Atlas of the City's Land Development Regulations. A
copy of the applications to amend (CPA 06-05 and LDR
|06-07) will be available for inspection 5 days prior to the
public hearing at the office of the Land Dev.
|Administrator at City Hall, 200 SW 1St St., Lake Butler,
'Fla., during regular business hours. All persons are
advised that if they decide to appeal any decision made
,at the above hearings, they will need a record of the
.proceedings and may need a verbatim record of the
proceedings, which record will contain the testimony and
,evidence upon which such appeal shall be based.


Badcock Home-Furnishings
& More supplied the furniture
for the model, and Wetzel said
people will now be able to
picture the place as their home.
While the whole project is
expected to bring
approximately 34 units to Lake
Butler, the first building of six
townhomes is completely
finished with residents being
able to move in.
"This will be a gated
community," Wetzel said.
Though there will be
nominal homeowners' fees,
the gated community will
allow residents to have their
yards, maintenance and other
home issues taken care of by
the Butler Townhomes staff.
The project also includes an
Olympic-sized swimming pool
and privacy fence to be
completed soon.
Townhomes can easily be
made handicap accessible for
residents. This clause is
written into the homeowner's
agreement so residents do not
have to ask other residents'
permission to build on.
As with most developments,
Wetzel has hit some snags
along the way with the Butler
Townhomes project, but none
that haven't been overcome.
She said she is still excited
about how nice the townhomes
will be for the residents of
Lake Butler.
Another way she said she
has made the project more
affordable is to offer financing
assistance for qualified buyers.
Salvador said, "We can
finance up to 95 percent with a
5-percent down payment."
He said the project is not
only making nicer homes more
affordable, but it is allowing
people to become something
they might not otherwise.
"They can be homeowners,"
he said.
If interested in taking a tour
of the furnished townhouse
model, call Butler Townhomes
at (386) 496-1969 to make an
appointment, or visit the office
at 155 S.E. Sixth Place.


Pittman earns
first place in
'Cover Boy'
competition
Ethan Landon Carl Pittman
of Lake City recently
competed for the "Cover Boy"
title, taking first place and
winning "best smile" in- hne
boys' 0-2 division.
Ethan is the son of James


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In a special meeting of the Lake Butler City Commission, the final plat for the
Butler Townhomes project was signed Oct. 26. Present were engineer Jerome
Kelly, Commissioner Fletcher Myers, Commissioner Leroy Stalvey, Maggie Dukes
Wetzel, Mayor Jimmy Beasley, Paolo Salvador, Ray Crawford and City Manager
Richard Tillis.


This fully-furnished living room is just part of one of the Butler Townhomes
project that was furnished by Badcock Home Furnishings & More for potential
buyers to tour.


David and Bobbie Jo Pittman
of Lake City, the grandson of
Marilyn Gorman of
Jacksonville and James and
Debbie Pittman of Lake
Butler, and the great-grandson
of Gladys Gimble of Sturgis,
S.D., and Leah Cribbs of Lake
City.
Because of his finish in the
Sept. 24 competition, Ethan is
now eligible to compete for the
national tilem in July 2007.


Gainesville
offers flu
shots Dec. 6
Gainesville Department of
Parks, Recreation and Cultural
Affairs will hold a Flu Shot
Clinic on Wednesday, Dec. 6,
from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.-or
until the vaccine runs out.
Bo'lThe clin?, ill be held at the
'!'fty-, of'Gain'rYgille's TJbrralla
Bol6fin Center,' 516' N;E.


Second Ave.
The cost is free to all
participants with Medicare B,-
who do not have an HMO. A
copy of the participant's-
Medicare card must be shown-
The cost for all other
participants is $20 per shot.

If you have knowledge, let
others light their candles at
-Mararet Fuller .'1-.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS TO AMEND THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF
THE COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN AND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
The Lake Butler City Commission serving as the
Planning & Zoning Board and the Local Planning
Agency of the City of Lake Butler, Florida, is hereby
giving notice that pursuant to its Ordinance No. 92-3 as
amended and Florida Statutes, Section 163.3161
through 163.3215, comments, objections and
recommendations regarding proposed amendments to
the City's Comprehensive Plan and Land Development
Regulations will be heard at Public Hearings on Monday,
December 11,2006 at 5:15 p.m. or as soon thereafter as
the matters can be heard. These hearings will be
conducted in the Commission Chambers at City Hall,
200 S. W. 1st Street, Lake Butler, Fla. The following
requests will be presented and considered:
1.) CPA 06-05; an application by Ernest Peacock to
amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the City's
Comprehensive Plan by changing the land use
classification from RESIDENTIAL LOW DENSITY (<2,
CDILt PERACRE) to RESIDENflAL MEDIUM DENSITY,
(<8 D.U. PER ACRE), and ...
2.) LDR 06-07; an application by Ernest Peacock to
amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the City's Land
Development Regulations by changing the zoning
district from RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY (RSF-1) to
RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY (RSF-3), requesting
'these changes as related in 1.) and 2.) above on the
property described as follows:
A part of Lot 1 and a part of Lot 2, Dekle's First Addition
to the City of Lake Butler, according to plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book 1, page 8, Public Records of
Union County, Florida, being further and more
particularly described as follows; Commence at the
Northwest corner of said Lot 1, and run South 85
degrees 43 minutes 48 seconds West along the North
line of Lot 1, a distance of 70.38 feet to the intersection
with the Southwesterly right of way of the Georgia
Southern and Florida Railroad (100 foot right of way);
thence run South 69 degrees 12 minutes 39 seconds
East, alorig said Southwesterly right of way line, a
distance of 53.00 feet to the intersection with the West
prescriptive right of way of Southwest 3rd Avenue
(Townsend Street), thence run South 04 degrees 27
minutes 14 seconds East, along said right of way a
distance of 67.81 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence continue South 04 degrees 27 minutes 14
seconds East, along said right of way a distance of
126.00 feet to the intersection of the North right of way
line of Southwest 2nd Terrace (Knight Street); thence
run South 85 degrees 44 minutes 39 seconds West,
along said right ofway line 298.65 feet; thence run North
04 degrees 16 minutes 47 seconds a distance of 126
feet; thence run North 85 degrees 44 minutes 39
.seconds East a distance of 299.00 feet to the POINT OF
;BEGINNING; being a total of 0.86 acres more or less.


Dear Library Supporter,
The Union County Public Library is getting ready to begin its
construction project for a new, larger facility. In an effort to raise funds
for this much-needed building, the library is accepting donations for
parts of the picture shown on the next page. The painting that was
created for this project (painted by Marie Wiggs Tyre) will' be
translated into a giant mural on ,the meeting room wall of the new
library building. It is estimated that each animal on the mural will be
life-size or larger. Listed below are the prices for each item. Just think
of the lasting benefits that you can have with your small investment -
the name of your business listed in the library for years, your family's
name showing support of the library and our community's education,
dedication in memory of a loved one, and much more...
Each item listed will have a plaque that corresponds to the item.
Leaf on the Tree: ........................................ $200 Flying
Limb on the Tree:....................................... $500 Large-
Sm all B ird:.................................................. $500 Bear:.
Sm all Reptile:................................................. $500 A lliga
Squirrel:...................................................... $500 D eer:.
Raccoons:........................................ $ 1,000/pair Panthe
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Lake Butler, Florida


Phone (386
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If you are interested in helping build your new library
by making a donation for a part of the mural,

please call Mary Brown, library director, at 386-496-3432


175 West Main


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S, Section B: Thursday, Nov. 30, 2006






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


BC Extension

hosts goat
workshop.
tonight
A 4-H goat nutrition
workshop will be held tonight-,
-Nov. 30, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Bradford County Extension
Office. Information on
nutrition and general
maintenance of goats will be
presented.
There will be other
workshops available to
complete the series in January
and February.
For more information please
call the Bradford County
Extension Office at (904) 966-
6224.


(866) 448-3487 (GIVE-4-US).

Tribute Gift
Program
helps patients
A small rural hospital is


always in need of more
funding than it has and Shands
at Starke is no exception. The
Tribute Gift Program allows
anyone in the community to
help meet the needs of a large
number of patients who use the
hospital.
Funds donated through the


Tribute-Gift Program are used
to supplement other funding to
purchase needed equipment,
expand the number of
"community outreach"
programs (providing
educational programs related
to health care) and defray costs
of medical care for people-who


are unable to pay.
The Tribute Gift Program
can be made in memory of or
in honor of a loved one or
respected friend. It can be
made to recognize any special
occasion, as a get-well wish
for a patient, etc.
Shands at Starke will notify


the person or organization of
your choice about your
donation. Just indicate that you
want this done and provide the
address.
There are two ways a gift
can be made. One is to


See GIFT,


p.4B


Holiday heads
up from
Starke
officials
As the temperatures drop,
firefighters remind everyone to
check their heaters, fireplaces
and flues before using them.
High winds with no rain
continue the mandatory no
burn ban for the area.
Chief Gordon Smith and the
Starke Police Department
remind everyone to take extra
precautions to help ensure their
safety and the safety of their
gifts.
When. shopping, .take
someone with you if possible.
Park near lights and as close to
the store as possible. Hide any
gifts already purchased so a
potential thief doesn't target
your vehicle while you are
away. Always make sure your
vehicle is locked.
When returning to the
vehicle, have the keys out and
ready. If you are with a partner,
trn to return to the vehicle with
them.
Look around to make sure no
one is following you. Keep
your packages firmly in hand-.-
If you have children with you,
please keep a good eye on
them.. Contact Margie Hall at
SPD (904) 964-5400 to have
your child K-ID printed.
Officers ID printed 39
children at the Winter Bazaar at
the fairgrounds.
When you arrive home,
check for serial numbers on
purchases and write them
down. If a thief does happen to
target your home, the brand
name, model and serial numtber--
are the police officer's best
friend. Document all
electronics, appliances,
bicycles, etc. and keep, the
record in a safe place.


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time. Some of the benefiting
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Association of the Deaf, Harry
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Donate your unwanted car to
Cars4charities and you'll be
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$500 or what the car is sold
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Cars4charities will handle
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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Nov. 30, 2006


Mary Bennett
LAKE BUTLER Mar'
Margaret Lee Bennett, 88, o
Lake Butler, died Wednesday
Nov. 22, 2006, at Windso
Manor in Starke following a 14
year battle with Alzheimer'
disease.
Born in Lulu. on Sept. 18
1918, to George W. Lee Sr. and
Annie Adkinson Lee, Mrs
Bennett was a member of the
First Christian Church. She was
past member of the Lake Butle
Garden Club. She was a part-time
cosmetic salesperson and school
crossing guard.
Mrs. Lee is survived by he
children: Janie Ann Dickersor
of Lake City, Joe Franklir
Bennett of Brandon, Betty
Margaret Swain of Wellborn, and
Carol Diane Kelley of Lake
Butler; a sister, Ann Wimberley
of Lulu; 11 grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband
Joseph P. "J.P." Bennett, and a
son, John Preston Bennett, anc
a brother, George W. Lee Jr. ol
Lake Butler.
Funeral services for Mrs. Lee
were Nov. 25, 2006, at First
Christian Church in Lake Butler
with Brother Arthur Peterson
officiating and Joe F. Bennett,
Jr. assisting. Burial followed at
Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Haven Hospice of
North Central Florida, 4200
N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32065.



Laura Burger
HAWTHORNE Laura Helen
Burger,' 57, of Hawthorne died
Sunday, Nov. 26, 2006, at
Shands AGH in Gainesville.
Born in Queens, N.Y., Mrs.
Burger moved to Hawthorne 25
years ago from Lakewood, N.J.
She was a homemaker and was of
the Episcopal faith.
Mrs. Burger is survived by:
her husband, Richard Lee Burger
of Hawthorne; a son, Richard
Charles Burger of Hawthorne; a
daughter, Christine Pavloski of
Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.; a
brother, David Kopp of New
Jersey; and seven grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the American Cancer
Society of which she was a
member. Arrangements by
Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


Emn6Jean Causey
STARKE Emojean Causey,
67, of Starke died Sunday, Nov.
26, 2006, at Orange Park
Medical Center.
Born in Orange Heights and
raised in Theressa, Mrs; Causey
retired from the Federal Property
Assistance Warehouse and was a
member of First Christian
Church of Starke.
Mrs. Causey is survived by:
four sons, Marty Russell Causey
-of Keystone Heights, Brad
Causey of Lynchburg, Va., Brett
Causey of Starke and Sid Causey
-- of Lake City; a sister, Carlie Mae
Triest of Theressa; two brothers,
Dennis Hall and Billy Hall, both
of Keystone Heights; and eight
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband, Willis
C. Causey, two brothers, Bobby
Joe Hall and Gary Eugene Hall,
and a sister, Carolyn Hall.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Causey were Nov. 29, 2006, at
First Christian Church of Starke
with. the Rev. Charles Soper
officiating. Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke was in
charge of arrangements.
Memorial. contributions may
be made to First Christian
Church of-Starke.



Charlene Ennis
KINGSLEY LAKE Charlene
L. Ennis, 54, of Kingsley Lake,
died Sunday, Nov. 19, 2006.
Born on Nov. 15, 1952, in
Jacksonville to Vincent and Vera
Lewis, Mrs. Ennis worked as an
elementary school teacher from
1977 to 1989 for the. Bradford
County school system. She was a
member of Kingsley Lake
Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by
her father, Vincent Lewis and is
survived by her mother, Vera
Lewis of Kingsley Lake; sons,
Vincent L. Ennis and Adam L.
Ennis, all of Kingsley Lake;
sisters, Terry Ivey, JoAnn Agin
and Christy Reddish; and four
grandchildren. ,
A memorial service for Mrs.
Ennis was Nov. 22, 2006, at
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
with the Rev. Robbie Best
officiating.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Kingsley Lake.
Baptist Church, 6289 Mary Dot
'Lane, Starke, FL 32091.
Friends may register online at


www.b ro adus rain es.com.
Cremation arrangements are
under the care of Broadus-Raines
Funeral Home of Green Cove
Springs.


Walter Bryant
GAINESVILLE Walter
Charlie Bryant Sr., 84, of
Gainesville died Friday, Nov. 10,
2006, at the VA Medical Center
in Lake City.


Mr. Bryant was a U.S. Army
veteran of World War 11, and
y retired from Seaboard Coastline
f Railroad. He was church deacon
and chief usher emeritus, at
r Johnson Chapel Missionary
Baptist Church in Gainesville.
s Mr. Bryant is survived by:
daughters, Valarie Bryant (who
was also his caregiver) of
j Gainesville, Nettie M. Stovall of
Springfield, Mass., Sarah Bryant
e and Clennie M. Price, both of
a Gainesville; sons, Walter C.
r Bryant Jr., John E. Bryant and
e Moses E. Bryant; sisters, Ora M.
d Aaron of Riviera Beach, Gladys
Hill, Annie Bell Tyson and
r Mildred Petteway, all of Starke;
n eight grandchildren and 22 great-
n grandchildren. He was preceded
Y in death by his wife, Elishama
I Stroman Bryant and a son, James
c Marshall Bryant.
, Funeral services for Mr.
5 Bryant with military honors were
s Nov. 25, 2006, at Johnson
, Chapel Missionary Baptist
S, Church with the Rev. Samuel R.
J Scales officiating. Burial
f followed at Pine Grove Cemetery
under the care of Duncan Brothers
Funeral Home of Gainesville.


Finis Green
HAMPTON Finis Ralph
Green, 49, of Hampton died
suddenly on Monday, Nov. 27,
2006, in St. Johns County.
Born in Nashville, Tenn., on
April 22, 1957, Mr. Green was a
heavy equipment operator. He
served in the Florida National
Guard and was of the Baptist
faith.
Mr. Green is survived by: his
wife Myrtice Williamson Green
of Hampton; a daughter, Vanessa
Green Warren of Hampton; a son,
David A. Green of Hampton; two-
brothers, Houston Green and
Timmy Green, both of Portland,
Tenn.; six sisters, Clara Stinson
of White House, Tenn., Brenda
Jones of Lake Butle'r, Theresa
VojTech of Palm Coast, Bobbie
Fulton of Bowling Green, Ky.,
Bonnie Summers and Betty
Fraley, both of Portland; and
three grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Green
will be held at 2 p.m., on
Thursday, Nov. 30, 2006, in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Starke with brother Brad VojTech
conducting the service.
Interment will follow in Santa Fe
Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home chapel one
hour prior to the service.

J IC. Griffis
STARKE John Carlion "J C "
Griffis Sr., 7'-bf Sfarke&.d "
Sunday, Nov. 26, 2006, at E.T.
York Hospice Care Center
following an extended illness..
Born in Baker County on Oct.
9, 1929, Mr. Griffis was a
lifelong resident of Bradford


County. He was a member of the
Church of God by Faith and the
Florida National Guard. He retired
after 32 years as a correctional
officer from the state of Florida
Department of Corrections.
Mr. Griffis is survived by: his
wife of 46 years, Patsy Ruth
Thomas Griffis of Starke; a son,
John C. "Jay" Griffis Jr. of
Starke; a sister, Dorma Hudson of
Atlanta; and one grandchild.
Graveside services for Mr.
Griffis were Nov. 29, 2006, at
Crosby Lake Cemetery with the
Rev. Charles Starling conducting
the services.



Vernon Estevez
HAMPTON Vernon Leon
Estevez, 71, of Hampton died
Monday, Nov. 20, 2006, at
Shands Starke following an
extended illness.
Born in Elizabethtown, Ill.,
on Sept. 18, 1935, Mr. Estevez
moved to Hampton in 2005 from
Dunnellop. He was a retired
superintendent with the Florida
Division of Forestry.
Mr. Estevez is survived by:
his wife, Judy Estevez of
Hampton; two daughters, Anna
Marie of Sylvester, Ga., and
Sheri Ann Hall of Interlachen;
three sons, Randall L. Estevez of
Old Town, Shane Estevez of
Sylvester and Daniel L. Hall Jr.
of Keystone Heights; a sister,
Patricia A. Hlavsa of White
House, Tenn.; 12 grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in death by a son,
Aaron S. Estevez.
Memorial services for Mr.
Estevez will be held at 2 p.m. on
Sunday, Dec. 3, 2006, at his
residence with pastor John Clark
conducting the services.
Interment will be at a later date
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke.

Stanley Powell
HAMPTON Stanley Denzell
Powell, 88, of Hampton died
Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2006, in
Swain County Hospital in
Bryson City, N.C.
Born in Jackson County, Ky.,
Mr.' Powell lived in Dayton,
Ohio, before moving to
Hampton. He worked for the
Duval County School Board and
was a member of the Church of
Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints.
He was the son of the late Albert
and Molly Durham Powell.
Mr. Powell is survived by: his
wife of 29 years, 'Dothema
"Dotty" Allen Powell;.. two
daughters. Diana Evans of
Jackson~nille and Moll, CClark of
'Brys6n"t!Citi:. a son, Guy Richard
Powell of Balley, Ala; a stepson,
Steven Eric Brown of
Jacksonville; a sister, Eliza Jane
of Richmond, Ky.; eight
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Day Saints with Bishop Kyle
Draney officiating. Burial
followed in Bossque-Bello
Cemetery in Fernandina Beach
under the care of Archie Tanner
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Glen Reddish
PACE Glen Reddish, 67, of
Pace died Monday, Nov. 20,
2006.
Born in Starke on Dec. 23,
1938, to Percy and Ruth Reddish,
Mr. Reddish lived in Escambia
and Santa Rosa County for many
years. He retired from Monsanto
in 1996 after 34 years. He was a
member of Olive Baptist Church.
Mr. Reddish is survived by:
his wife, Linda Reddish; a son
Chris Reddish; a daughter,
Ashley Bailey; six brothers,
Drew Reddish, Dolph Reddish,
Vernon Reddish, Jimmy Reddish,
Michael Reddish and John
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Funeral services for Mr.
Reddish were Nov.'25, 2006, at
Olive Baptist Church with Dr.
Ted Traylor officiating.
Interment followed in Bayview
Memorial Park Mausoleum.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Olive Baptist Church
Building Fund or a favorite
charity. Faith Chapel Funeral
Home North in Cantonment was
in charge of arrangements.

Gerald Turner
LAKE BUTLER Gerald Lynn
Turner, 22, of Tupelo, Miss.,
died suddenly on Thursday, Nov.
23, 2006. He was visiting
relatives for the holiday.
Born in Tupelo, Miss., and
spent most of his life in the
Eggville Community, Mr. Turner
was the youth minister at
Freewill Baptist Church in
Tupelo, where he was also a
member.
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Wanda Truman
STARKE Wanda Lee Truman,
73, of Starke died Monday, Nov.
27, 2006, at her residence.
Born in Left Hand, W.Va.,
Mrs. Truman moved to Starke in
1981. She was a homemaker and
was of the Pentecostal faith.
. Mrs. Truman is survived by:.
two daughters, Dorothy Truni'an
and Connie Combs;, both of
Starke; a sister, Norma Nichols
of Spencer, W.Va.; five brothers,
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Left Hand,. Bob Drake of
Parkersburg, W.Va., Roger Drake
of Ohio and Roy Drake of Lake
Butler; two grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband,
Dennis Truman.
Funeral services for Mr.
Truman will be held on Saturday,
Dec. 2, 2006, in the chapel of
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke with the Rev. Archie
Smith officiating with burial in
Dedan Cemetery.
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Teachers show parents benefits of VPK program


BY TERESA
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Telegraph Staff Writer
Lake Butler Elementary
School recently held a
workshop for parents and
guardians of prekindergarten
students.
The purpose of the
workshop was to show the
benefits and expected
outcomes of the state-
mandated voluntary pre-
kindergarten program.
A main focus of the
voluntary pre-K program is to
utilize activities that greatly
improve a child's ability to
become a successful reader
upon entering kindergarten.
Prekindergarten instructors
shared with parents a variety
of activities 'that expose
students to letters and the
sounds that they make as well
as introducing early counting
skills.
Students who enroll in
voluntary pre-K programs
receive vocabulary enrichment
skills throughout the day with
adults and other children. The
students are given both large
and small group activities that
focus on building language and.
vocabulary skills.
In addition, students will get
to experience the sounds of
letters and words through


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Shanna Taylor and Sue Hardin offer parents ways to keep pre-K students
interested in reading by opening up a world of questions using picture clues.


using nursery rhymes and
songs as well as receiving a
play environment that helps
them to interact and develop
self confidence and decision
making skills.
Each parent in attendance
was given a take home packet
with their child's name on it.
The packets contained a
recommended storybook, a bag


of Skittles candy, a coloring
page with cut-outs, crayons,
safety scissors, an erasable
marker and a laminated
handwriting sheet for each
child to practice writing their
name at home.
Prekindergatten teacher Sue
Hardin started out by showing
parents that although pre-K
students cannot read the words


in a storybook, they can
increase their vocabularies by
using a book's picture clues.
As an example, Hardin read
the pages of a early reader
book to parents. "Your child
sees a picture with a pig, horse,
cow or hen and. as you point to
each animal, have your child
say the word. With practice,
they will be able to identify


different animals when they
see them. Then you can move
on to going over the sound
that each animal makes."
Hardin also pointed out that
small children can even learn
about size, (big horse, little
horse) color, (brown. cow,
black cow) and counting
(count the eggs in the hen's
nest) without needing to read
the words printed in the
storybook.
Using a coloring page and
cut-out like the ones given to
parents, pre-k teacher Shanna
Taylor showed parents another
vocabulary increasing activity.
"All children love to color.


The example page we have
here is a barn. Talk to your
child about the barn and what
color they think it should be.
Get them to notice the door of
the barn, the window, or any
objects like that on a page.
"After your child has
colored the picture, they can
also color little cut-outs that go
with the page such as a sun,
bird or tree. Ask your child to
tell you what each cut-out is,
what color they are going to
use for it and where it belongs
on the coloring page."
Teacher Brenda Parrish
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Thursday, Nov. 30, 2006 Page 4B




Bradford County 50 years back


World War II had been over for 10
years, leaving the American populace
'feeling good about itself, but in 1956,
the nation was still smarting from the
Korean War in which some Americans
felt soldiers had to fight with one hand
tied behind their backs.
It had not been a popular war, and
many Americans didn't' understand
why we were there in the first place.
Peace reigned for a period before the
Vietnam conflict began, and people
were busy with establishing businesses
--and jobs and raising families.
''Today, Bradford County cannot be
classified as an agricultural community
because row-crop farming is no
longer a major source of income for
residents, and former fields planted to
corn, peanuts and vegetables now lie
idle, planted in pine trees or pasture
graS.
'Th&e rich productive soil in the
Brooker area is no longer producing
Irish. potatoes-weet corn, string
beans, butter beans, peas, squash,
.cuci'mbers and other delectable
vegetables, nor are farmers growing
tobacco, the money crop for several
years. Brooker, at one time the garden
center of the area, is now a bedroom
community for Gainesville.
By the same token, Strawberry
growers in and around Heilbronn
Springs, Lawtey and Starke watched
as strawberry- plantings dwindled
to 30 acres or less in the county.
Fifty years ago Bradford County
farmers were loading out three to
five freight box cars daily, bound
for Northern markets, aside from
several "strawberry trucks" loaded'
and heading for New York. Small
patches of berries are' noi gr6,'n' fb6
-LU iekep atils, providing-a-l.i-ttle-
extra money for a few families, but
quantity production has moved to the
Plant City area in Central Florida.
Strawberries are labor intensive,
requiring farm labor no longer
available in Bradford County. Central
Florida has an abundance of migrant
labor with enough farm work,
including citrus, to keep workers busy
the year round.
The farm economy in Bradford
County didn't die overnight, but
succumbed over time, and for many
.reasons. Many of the 10 million
young men and women who were in
military service between 1940 and
1946 enrolled in college after WWII
and never returned to the farm. Their
parents, no longer physically able to
attend farm duties, reduced acreage
and finally quit row-cropping.
The demand for paper products
(from wood pulp) and the production
of fast-growing hybrid pine trees
put pressure on timber companies to-
-acquire-additional-land for gro% ing
pine trees, and created a ready market
for North Florida farm land. The large
timber companies now own, more
than 50 percent of some North Florida
counties.
In 1956, the Florida Correctional
System was a division of the
Department of Agriculture, a
holdover from the days when it
was a prison farm, where inmates
produced the essentials of everyday


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other is to earmark it 'for the
Lillian Stump Endowment
Fund. : I
Stump is a longtime' member
of the Shands at Starke
hospital au\iliar\ who has
volunteered a lot of time and
money to benefit the patients.
She donated a substantial
amount to act as the basis for
the endowment fund.
'All donations to the Tribute
Gift Program are charitable
contributions and are tax
deductible. If you would like


living, including poultry, swine, dairy
products, beef cattle, vegetables, ice,
cigarettes, clothing and bedding.
Prison employees received part of
their recompense in commodities
produced by prison labor as well as
free housing, including utilities, for
more than 100.
Female prisoners were confined
in the West Unit in what would
eventually become Union Correctional
Institution. The women's institution
at Lowell was completed in 1956
and female inmates transferred. There
were no prison facilities in Bradford
County at the time.
In 1953, a female Sunday visitor
smuggled a gun into the prison and
gave it to inmate George Heroux.
Later in the week, Heroux Used the
gun to shoot and mortally wound
Assistant Warden John G. Godwin.
Heroux, serving a life term for murder,
was taken to Lake Butler for trial. He
was found guilty and sentenced to
a second life term. Some five years
later, Heroux died in prison from
natural causes.
The cellblock at Raiford was a
three-story poured concrete building
from which an inmate never escaped,
but it was terribly hot for inmates and
custodial workers, and required. too
many workers to supervise inmates.
The state planned to raze the Union
County facility and build a new prison
on the Bradford County side of New'
River.
It was rumored the state was
displeased with the Union County
jury for not finding Heroux guilty of
first-degree murder and sentencing
him to death, and decided to punish
th't 'cotrt'iby bdild' the new prison
-in- Bradford-.- The' ne ctilit, thist"
Unit, was begun and the first inmates
transferred in 1961.
The 1957 Florida Legislature
removed corrections from the
Department of Agriculture and
formed the Florida Department of
Corrections, an independent state
agency. The 1961 Legislature removed
corrections' department status and
established it as a division of Health
and Rehabilitative Services for a two-
year stint. That arrangement didn't
work very well, and it was returned to
department status and has remained
an independent agency since.
In 1972, the East Unit was renamed,
Florida State Prison. The West
Unit became Union Correctional
Institution.
Bradford County native Louie
L. Wainwright from Lawtey was
appointed secretary of the department,.
and remained at the post for 24 years.
Corrections obtained a surplus school
building in Lawtey and remodeled it
for an additional correctional facility
in 1973. Two other independent'
facilities have been constructed
adjacent to Florida State Prison on
prison property through which S.R.
16 runs. .
Next week, we'll return to the
economy of Bradford County as it
moves away from its agricultural
base.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


to donate, send a check with
name and address' of the donor
clearly indicated. Make the'
check payable to Shands at,
Starke. Indicate if the donation
is being made in memory of or
in honor of someone. Indicate


if the donation should be made
to the Lillian Stump
Endowment Fund. Send the
check to the Shands at Starke
Auxiliary, Tribute Gift
Program, 922 E. Call St.,
Starke, FL 32091.


giving
Dear Editor:
Among other things, the
holidays are a time of giving
and receiving gifts. The
question most often asked of
people is, "what did you get?"
Much less frequently asked is,
"what did you give?"
Invariably, the inquiries
concern material gifts.
Purchasing a gift can certainly
be thoughtful and a wonderful
gesture, especially when it's
backed up by your actions.
However, the most valuable
presents are those that aren't
sold in stores. When you give
your love, your time, help
someone in need, aid another in
solving a problem or
overcoming an obstacle, you
give something priceless.
The true spirit of the
holidays is giving. When you
give, you receive. You can get
anything in life you want by
helping enough others get what
they want. But only if you
give without expecting
anything in return. The impact
of giving isn't limited to just
the holiday season, it's
something that has value all
year.
The power of giving is often
underestimated. When you give
unconditionally, you don't just
impact the recipient; you start-
a chain reaction. By
brightening the life of one
person youialso effect all those
who they then touch.
No gesture of giving or
kindness is too small. Holding
the door open at a store,
helping someone carry
groceries to their car, letting
another car in front of you,
saying please and thank you,
and saying hello to a stranger
you pass on the sidewalk, are
some of the many things you
can do daily.
For family and friends, your
time is. one of the most
precious gifts you can offer.
Are you there for others when
they need you? Do you offer a
hand without being asked? Do
you help out when asked?
Too often, people get caught
up in their own desires,,thus
,.losi0gg,ightof the.,neq-lof
others. A person who tries to
Sgettlirough lif040bloekiig^W
for himself or herself first is
invariably frustrated. Often this
person views life .as a
competition to determine who
can accumulate more.
On the other hand, those
who are concerned for the well
being of others are happier,
more content, and more
satisfied. By giving without


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expecting, they in turn receive
the things they need.
Giving is a simple concept
that works every time it is
applied. There will be people
who don't appreciate what you
do, but it doesn't matter. You
are giving without anticipating
anything in return. Besides,
there will be many more who
are thankful for your efforts.
If you don't treat others well,
buying a gift won't compensate
for your behavior. The
recipient might like what you
give them but it won't make
up for your actions. You can't
bribe someone to forgive the
way you treat them, with a
present.
The best gift you can receive
is the joy of making someone
else happy. Being unselfish is
a wonderful way to live. When
you give with no ulterior
motives, your actions are seen
as genuine. Should you expect
something in return, your
behavior is always suspect.
We all know people who do
nice things only when they
want something in return.
Make giving a daily routine.
Don't start and end with the
holiday season. Every day is a
good day to do something nice.
When people feel good due to
your actions, you can't help
but feel happy yourself. And
that is priceless. The most
significant action you can take
is having a positive impact on
the lives of others.
Bryan Golden
Hopewell Junction, N. Y.


What did the
chief really
say?
Dear Editor:
The chief responds, but what
did he really say?
Lawtey Police Department
provides 24/7 protection to all
Lawtey "citizens" with his 12
sworn officers. Yeah right.
BCSO provides true 24/7
protection: I
The chief said, "The officer


assigned to work (at 2 a.m.
after the Florida/Georgia game)
was patrolling the "city of
Lawtey," but the accident was
not within the city limits of
Lawtey."
Chief Jordan, the accident
happened at 2259 Lake Street,
the building is pink. Drive
over on the east side of
Lawtey, take a look at the
condition of the tree (the van's
final resting place) out front or
notice the street signs are gone.
The accident happened in the
city limits or .did the chief
remove Mt. Zion A.M.E.
Church, the Kittles family and
the Britt family from the city
limits?
I got my information on the
accident at the scene, because I
walked across the street to the
scene minutes after it
happened.
Let's review a few facts:
1. East Lake Street in the
city limits has a problem with
speeders;
2. Police presence is needed
to deter speeders and other
criminal behavior;
3. Since LPD employs 12
sworn officers and has brand
new cars, police presence in all
neighborhoods can be expected;
4. With the purchase of new
state-of-the-art. equipment,
LPD can now aggressively
target speeders and other law
violators not just on U.S.
301, but on Lake Street,
Truman Drive, First Street
and other areas in Lawtey city
limits.
Lawtey citizens, look at your
current tax bill.
LPD is not totally self
supported. A portion of the
budget is from Lawtey
citizens. I invite all citizens to
attend Lawtey Council
meetings and hear what is
being said and.done.
Make informed choices and
hold your elected:officials to
higher standards, because
Lawtey is growing and if you
won't, the new citizens moving
in will.
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CRIME


3 arrested
for stealing
asphalt
Three men was arrested
Thanksgiving morning by an
off-duty sheriffs investigator
when they were caught loading
and stealing asphalt.
During the past two months,
approximately $92,000 worth
of materials and diesel fuel has
been stolen from APAC
Construction Company on
Mullins Grade in Starke,
according to Cpl. Robert
Smith.
When Smith arrived at 5:30
a.m., James Robert Norris was
driving a front-end loader,
loading a dump truck with RAP
materials. Norris first stated he
was working, but finally
admitted to stealing from the
company.
Robert Ray Roberts admitted
to working with Norris. He
admitted to picking up 15-23
dump truck loads of asphalt
from the location and was going
to pay Norris for the materials.
Stephen F. Alvarez stated
Roberts had contracted him to
haul paving supplies under the
table, Cpl. Smith said.
Norris was an employee of
the company, but was assigned
to the Gainesville office, Cpl.
Smith said. None of the three
had permission to be at the site.
Alvarez, 46, of Starke was
charged driving while license
suspended, grand theft and
trespass. A $51,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Roberts, 46, of Starke was
charged with grand theft and
trespass. Bond was set at
$50,000.
Norris, 31, of Lake City was
charged with grand theft and
trespass. He was released from
custody after a $50,000 surety
bond was posted.
As part of the investigation,
two dump trucks and a Toyota
pickup truck were seized.
The investigation is
continuing.
Two charged
shoplifting
from Wal-Mart
,,A couple was arrested Nov.
24 for trying-to'steal from Wal-


Mart.
Lee Vemn Frazier and Shelly
Renee Hosmer were observed in
Wal-Mart, where Hosmer
attempted to steal $48 in
merchandise, according to
Patrolman Shawn Brown.
Frazier used a box cutter to cut
open packages, Patrolman
Brown said. Frazier refused to
comply with verbal commands
during the arrest. Crack cocaine
and copper mesh were found on
Frazier. Inside the jail, Frazier
was found with a crack pipe,
Patrolman Brown said.
Hosmer had marijuana, a
Xanex pill, a glass crack pipe,
rolling papers, a metal crack
pipe and a rod in her
possession. She attempted to
pull away and run while being
placed in the patrol car,
Patrolman Brown said.
Hosmer, 28, of Birmingham,
Ala., was charged retail theft,
possession of cannabis,
possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of
controlled substance and
resisting an officer without
violence. Total bond was set at
$30,000.
Frazier, 44, of Starke was
charged with retail theft,
possession of anti-theft device,
resisting law enforcement
officer without violence,
possession of crack cocaine,
possession of drug paraphernalia
and introduction of contraband
into county jail. Total bond was
set at $25,000.


Two charged
with stealing
vehicle
A 31-year-old Lawtey woman
was arrested Nov. .20 for
burglary and theft.
Hellen R. Griffis was charged
by 'Bradford Corporal Robert
Smith with entering a residence
Nov. 10-13 on 70th Avenue,
where she and a co-defendant
removed 'a microwave, a ceramic
heater, a .paint sprayer and a set
of keys to a 1991 Chevrolet
Caprice. Value of the items was
$920, Corp. Smith said.
The two left the residence in
the Chevrolet. Tools were
removed from the trunk of the
vehicle and sold for $20, Corp. '
Smith said. Th'e' tool .box was.:
reCovered. ... .


Griffis was charged with
burglary of a residence, grand
theft auto and grand theft. Her
bond was set at $35,000.
Co-defendant John Franklin
Bums, 33, was also charged
with burglary and grand theft,
Corp. Smith said.


Teen charged
with kicking
officer after
crash
A teenager was arrested Nov.
24 in Clay County for leaving
the scene of a traffic crash and
battery on a law enforcement
officer.
A witness stated a small gold
car travelled in the parking lot
at the Kangaroo in Keystone
Heights at a high rate of speed.
The vehicle struck the curb and
struck a newspaper truck before
backing up and fleeing, Deputy
Christopher Garrison said. The
crash occurred just after
midnight.
Deputies were unable to
locate the vehicle until 4 a.m.
when it was stopped on S.R.
21, Deputy Garrison said.
Kyle Patrick Coburn, 18, of
Hawthorne, driver of the
vehicle, was placed under arrest
and handcuffed.
Coburn jerked forward and
kicked the rear bumper of the
patrol car before kicking the
deputy in the thigh. Coburn
was restrained and taken to the
county jail, Deputy Garrison,
said. .


Starke man
charged with
shoplifting
Stealing a package of
cleaning pads resulted in a
Starke man being arrested on
multiple charges of resisting.
Axel Duane Barnes, 47, was
arrested Nov. 19 by Patrolman
Mark Lowery for retail theft
after he placed Brillo pads
valued at $2.35 inside his pants
and left Winn Dixie. Barnes
pulled away from the merchant
and fought two employees as he
attempted to get into his van,
Patrolman Lowery said.
Barnes also refused to
comply with the officer's orders
and fought with the officer. He
kicked Patrolman Lowery in the
leg and stomach several times.
Barnes was Tased twice before
he was placed in custody,
Patrolman Lowery said.
Barnes was charged with two
counts of resisting a merchant,
battery, resisting arrest with
violence and battery on a law
enforcement officer, Patrolman
Lowery said.
Barnes remains in custody
without bond.


St. Pete man
arrested in
Union County
A 25-year-old St. Petersburg
man was arrested Nov. 17 in
Union County after fleeing
deputies.


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Stafford's vehicle was traffic
stopped after it was seen
weaving in and out of its lane
on S.R. 121, according to
Deputy James Goodwin. When
the deputy told the driver to
move his vehicle off the road,
Stafford took off at a high rate
of speed. During a chase, the
vehicle entered Timber Village
Trailer Park, running through a
stop sign and into a tree,
Deputy Goodwin said. Stafford
jumped from the car and fled
into the woods.
A K-9 team was requested
and Stafford was located in the
area. A strong odor of cannabis
was coming from Stafford's
vehicle, but no drugs were
found. The K-9 team searched
the area where plastic bags of
marijuana and a plastic
container with 11 bags of
cocaine were found, Deputy
Goodwin said.


Stafford
fleeing
possession
marijuana,
said.


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Deputy Goodwin


Correction.....
Maurice Jamar Strong of
Starke was listed as being
arrested last week for attaching
tag not assigned. Strong
received a traffic citation for the
charge but he was not placed
under arrest.
Britany Schumaker, 19, of
Keystone IHeights was
incorrectly listed as being
arrested for petit theft. A 15-
year-old juvenile used
Schumaker's name during her
arrest for shoplifting.. The
juvenile was charged with petit
theft and obstruction by
disguise, according to a Clay
Sheriffs spokesperson.
Schumaker was out of the state
at the time of the arrest.


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[CRIME


A Monday morning crash at the Alachua and
Bradford line snarled traffic for at least an
hour. The 'driver of one of the two semis that
crashed Nov. 27 on U.S. 301 at the Santa Fe
bridge, was charged with driving under the
influence.


Recent area
vehicle
crashes
The driver of a semi involved
in a Nov. 27 crash was charged
with being under the influence.
Steven Kellerman, 47, of
Wildwood, the driver of a 2001
Freightliner, was northbound on
U.S. 301 at 9:50 a.m.,
according to Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Melvin D.
Childress.


A 1995 International, driven
by Robert Forsyth. 52, of
Dover, Penn., was also
northbound, Trooper Childress
said.
Kellerman failed to perceive
the International semi in front
of him and struck it in the rear.
Although no evidence of an
alcoholic beverage was located
or detected at the crash
investigation, Kellerman was
determined to be impaired due to
a controlled or chemical
substance, Trooper Childress


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Only minor injuries were
reported from the crash.
Total damages to the two
semis were $85,000 in the crash
at the Bradford-Alachua line.
No serious injuries were
reported from a late afternoon
crash on S.R. 100 at Colley
Road.
A semi truck, a 2005 Buick,
a 2005 Ford and a 2000 Buick
were all southbound when an
unknown vehicle stopped to
turn in front of them, according
to Patrolman Jason Crosby.
The sudden stop caused a
chain reaction, with all four
vehicles crashing, Patrolman
Crosby said.
Emergency personnel
responded to the Nov. 27 crash.


A 20-year-old Lawtey man
received minor injuries when
his Toyota crashed on S.R. 16.
Mitchell L. Anderson,
driving a 2004 Toyota, was
westbound at 7:25 a.m. four
miles west of Starke, according
to Trooper Childress. For
unknown' reasons, Anderson
steered across the center line and
onto the grassy shoulder. After
applying brakes, Anderson tried
to reenter the roadway, but
rotated clockwise, Trooper
Childress said.
The undercarriage of the
Toyota struck a concrete culvert
before striking a wire fence and
three trees, Trooper Childress
said. Damage to the vehicle was
$13,000.
Charges are pending in the
crash.
A Bradford man died Nov. 27
after the truck he was driving
ran into a ditch and overturned
in a wooded area west of St.
Augustine, according to St.
Johns sheriffs spokesman
Kevin Kelshaw.
Finis Ralph Green, 49, of
Hampton was moving logs in a
wooded area of Allen Nease
Road about 11 a.m. when the
truck ran off the dirt road and
rolled, pinning him inside the
cab.
Coworkers found the truck
and called for help.
An autopsy will determine
whether a medical condition
contributed to the crash.


A 21-year-old Melrose man
died Nov. 25 in a fiery crash on
Southeast 15th Street in
Alachua.
Zachary Allen Spencer,
driving a 2004 Saturn, went off
the roadway, travelled
counterclockwise and collided
with a large tree on the south
shoulder of Southeast 41st
Avenue, according to Cpl. G.D.
Potter. The vehicle became
completely engulfed in flames
with Spencer trapped in the
driver's seat area. He was
pronounced dead at the scene of
the 4:25 a.m. crash. It is
unknown if the crash was
alcohol related, Trooper Potter
said.

Two charged
with stealing
beer, driver
DUI
A 36-year-old Starke man and
a juvenile were charged Nov. 21
with stealing beer from the
Kangaroo.
David Cary Smith fled the
store in an extended cab. pickup
truck, but was stopped by
deputies on S.R. 16, according
to Deputy Thomas Sapp.
Smith was charged with
retail theft, driving under the
influence and driving while
license suspended or revoked.
Bond was set at $5,000.
The juvenile was charged by
sworn complaint with resisting
a merchant and petit theft,
Deputy Sapp said.

Two Starke
men arrested
Two Starke men who were
arrested in a traffic stop Nov. 22
face drug charges.
A vehicle, driven by Steven
Frederick Maloy, was. stopped
on U.S. 301 after it was
observed travelling back and
forth across the lanes, according
to Patrolman Jason Crosby.
Maloy was charged with driving
while license suspended or
revoked with knowledge, no tag
light and failure to maintain a
single lane, Patrolman Crosby
said.
During a search, two
Methadone tablet/, were found
and Maloy was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.


Joshua A. Sumner, a
passenger in the vehicle, was
arrested on a warrant for failure
to appear. During the arrest, the
officer found Oxycodone and
Methadone tablets in a cigarette
package, Patrolman Crosby
said. A search at the jail found
Sumner had a marijuana
cigarette in his pocket. Sumner
was charged with possession of
a controlled substance and
introduction of contraband into
a detention facility.
Sumner, 21, was released
after a $30,000 surety bond was
posted.
Maloy, 30, was released after
a $15,000 surety bond was
posted.


LEGALS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS
FOR ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCES
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
proposed ordinances, which titles
ereinafter appear, will be considered
for enactment by the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford County,
Florida, during regular session on
December 21, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. The
final public hearing concerning the
ordinances will be held on December
14, 2006 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard,
at the Governor Charley E. Johns
Conference Center, located at 1610
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
ordinances. A copy of said
ordinances may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the County Clerk, 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE
REGULATION OF THE USE AND
DEVELOPMENT OF LAND IN
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
CREATING CHAPTER 75 OF THE
BRADFORD COUNTY CODE;
IMPOSING IMPACT FEES ON
LAND DEVELOPMENT N IN
BRADFORD COUNTY TO
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with trying to
cash stolen
check
Three people are charged with
forgery and attempting to cash a
forged check last week in Lake
Butler.
Kathryn Lynn Reinhardt, 21,
of Starke and Danny O'Neal
Plummer, 36, of Lawtey were
arrested Nov. 14 by Deputy
Mindy Goodwin for attempting
to cash a forged check at a bank
drive-thru. A third individual,
Craig Lee Nevitt, 31, of Starke
ran from the vehicle and fled on
foot, Deputy Goodwin said.
After giving several stories
of how they obtained the stolen
check, it was determined the
victim's purse had been stolen
over the weekend. The victim's
credit card, social security card
and driver's license were in the
purse, Deputy Goodwin said.


Reinhart was also charged
with DWLS.
A sworn complaint charging
Nevitt has been filed. Nevitt is
in the custody of the Brqdford
County Jail after a bond
surrender.

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A 27-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested Nov. 14 for
breaking into Lake Butler
Apartments.
William Kenneth Varnadore
was charged with burglary and
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the apartment, Deputy Handley
said.
A second apartment tenant
stated her apartment had been
broken into, and she was
missing a camera and antique
rings. That case remains under
investigation.


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:
Jerome Hadley Addison, 38,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 23 by Union Sgt.
Raymond Shuford for
aggravated battery. Addison is
charged with stabbing the
victim several times on his
back and left buttocks. The
stabbing occurred during a fight
around midnight. The victim did
not seek treatment until the
following morning. He was
transported to Shands at the
University, Sgt. Shuford said.
His injuries did not appear to be
life-threatening, Sgt. Shuford
said.
Kenneth Allen Snow, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 22 by Clay Deputy Trent
Cecrle for aggravated assault.
Snow is charged with
threatening to cut the victim
with a folding pocket knife
during an argument at their
residence, Deputy Cecrle said;

Scott Thomas Barnes, 18, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 24 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph Jones
for simple battery (domestic).
Barnes was charged with hitting
the victim during a family
dispute at their residence. He
was released from custody after
a $1,000 surety bond was
posted.


Rachel Michele Flowers, 25,
of Gainesville was arrested Nov.
24 by Bradford Deputy.- Drew
Moore for simple battery.
Flowers was charged with
striking the -victim in her face
numerous times during a
confrontation over a child
custody dispute, Deputy Moore
said. A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.
Johnny Wayne Robinson Jr.,
30, of Worthington Springs
was arrested Nov. 19 by Union
Deputy James Goodwin for
battery on a person 65 years of
age or older. Robinson is
charged with slapping the
victim.
Gregory Lane Adams, 35, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. '25
by Clay Deputy Roland
Rousselle for domestic battery.
Adams was charged with
striking the victim in the face
after she threw a drinking glass
at the wall during an altercation.
Clay Rescue personnel
responded to the scene and
treated the victim's injuries,
Deputy Rousselle said.

Daniel Bresee, 19, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 27 by Clay
deputies for domestic battery.

Deanna Marie Craven, 45,
and Jacqueline Newman Canipe,
44, both of Starke, were arrested
Nov. 25 by Starke Patrolman
J.G. Lundy for possession of
drug paraphernalia. Craven and
Canipe were walking erratically
in the street on Brownlee and
Oak. When they were
questioned, two crack pipes
were found where they were
standing. Bond was set at
$1,000 for each of them.

Christopher Alan Strum, 24,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Nov. 25 by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews for possession of
cannabis and possession of
controlled substance. During a
traffic stop, Strum. was found to
have marijuana in his pocket
and Hydrocodone pills in_ a
plastic bag, Sgt. Crews said. A


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into Recent


$20,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Suzanne Williams Cam, 40,
of Hampton and Anthony L.
Aaron, 48, of Starke were
arrested Nov. 22 by Starke
Patrolman Shawn Brown for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. The two were in
a vehicle improperly parked on
Church at North Street. During
questioning and a search, a glass
crack pipe and ink cartridge with
residue were found on Aaron.
Cam had a crack pipe and a pen
cap -with residue, Patrolman
Brown said. Starke Patrolman
Jason Crosby assisted in the
arrests. Cam and Aaron were
released from custody after
$1,000 surety bonds were
posted.

Christopher Hugh Thornton,
33, of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 7 by Union Deputy Kevin
Dice for grand larceny.
Thornton was found driving a
1999 Ford Explorer that was
reported stolen from Bradford.
Rocky Clayton Stewart, 27,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 14 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns for forgery and uttering a
forgery. Stewart is charged with
stealing three personal checks
and cashing them at a local
bank. Total amount of the theft
is $120. Stewart admitted to the
theft, stating he has a crack
cocaine addition, Deputy Johns
said.
Derrick Ray Voss, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 26 by Clay Deputy
Robert Dews for criminal
mischief, molesting coin
machine and petit theft.. Voss
was charged with breaking into
drink machines,using a tire
iron, at the Park of the Palms,
where he stole $10, Deputy
Dews said. Estimated damage to
the machines is $1,000, Deputy
Dews said.

Joseph Richard Deese, 43, of
Williston was arrested Nov. 22
by Florida Department of
Transportation Officer M.
Rouse for possession of
marijuana. Deese was a
passenger in a commercial
vehicle lawfully stopped for a
,roadside inspection. During. an .
identification .check. warrants.
from Polk and Lake counties
\were found charging Deese with
violationn of probation with no
bond. A search of Deese
revealed a plastic bag containing
10 grams of marijuana in his
jacket. Officer Rouse said. Bond
xwas set at $5.000 on the new
charge.
Keith Garrett Grj\ itz, 20, of
\Vorthington Springs was
arrested Nov. 24 by Union
Depuit Ken Smith for
possession of marijuana.
Gravitz \as charged during a
traffic stop when he was found
\with a plastic bag containing a
green leaf\ substance, Deputy
Smith said. The substance
tested positive for marijuana.

Michael Boatmright, 19, of
Keystone Heights wa.s arrested
Nov. 21 b. ClaN deputies on a
\%arrant for % isolation of
probation possession over 20
grams of cannabis.

Josh Allen Mathe%%s, 23, of
Latee) was arrested Nov. 17 by
Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson on
a warrant for aggravated battery.
Bond was set at $5,000.
Catherine Marie Alessi, 59,
of Keystone Heights was
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Demond Lenard Stokes, 18,
of Lawtey was arrested Nov. 25
by Starke Patrolman William
Murray for DWLS. A $500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.

James Alan McCrary Jr., 26,
of Middleburg was arrested Nov.
25 by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for DWLS knowingly. He
was released-from custody after
a $500 surety bond was posted.
Derike Devon Merriweather,
27, of Starke was arrested Nov.
25 by Sgt. Crews for failure to
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to appear worthless checks.
Bond was set at $2,000.

Alex Sebastian Paytee, 26,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 20 by Union Captain
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aggravated battery. Bond was set
at $5,000.
Luke Smith III, 21, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 14 by
Deputy Goodwin on a warrant
for violation of probation. He
was released on his own
recognizance.


Traffic
James Lester Mead, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 23 by Bradford Deputy
Aaron Black for driving under
the influence (DUI). Mead's
blood-alcohol level was .13
percent when his SUV was
stopped for travelling' without
headlights on S.R. 100 at 2:12
a.m., Deputy Black said. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
assisted in the arrest.
Thomas Ross O'Steen, 42,
of Graham was arrested Nov. 24
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper H.J. Cichoski. Jr. tor
refusal to submit to breath test
with bond set at $2,000. During
a traffic stop on U.S. 301,
O'Steen smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage. He refused
testing and was placed under
arrest. O'Steen was also charged
on warrants from Alachua
County for worthless checks.
with bond set at $4,000. He
was released from custody after
surety bonds were posted.

Jeffery Alan Cook, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 23 by Deputy Cecrle for
DUI. Cook was found asleep
behind the wheel of a Chevrolet
Blazer at 2:49 a.m. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and almost fell when
he exited the vehicle, Deputy
Cecrle said. He refused testing
and refused to submit to a
breathalyzer, Deputy Cecrle
said.
r Ernest Fowler.. 38, of
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or revoked (DWLS).
Fredrick Jay Samuel, 36, of
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Lawtey Community School pre-K teacher Gail Austin with Becky Reddish and
Dr. Lynda Hayes, P.K. Yonge elementary curriculum director and consultant for
the National Reading First Technical Assistance Center.


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Austin's classroom is the 'Pre-K Community Clinic.'


MODEL
Continued from p. 3B
picture of crayons above the
cubby that the crayons go-'in,
or a picture of blocks above
the cubby for the blocks. The
word 'crayons' or 'blocks' is
there, in written form and the
children eventually recognize
the words without needing the
picture clues," said Austin.
REACH utilizes Open Court
prekindergarten curriculums to
introduce reading, science and
math to students. Austin said
that she has seen a tremendous


Be a Santa to
a senior
The Be a 'Santa to a Senior
program makes it simple to
remember elderly individuals
in need at Christmas.
Christmas trees placed in
Wal-Mart Supercenter on
feature ornaments with the first
names of the needy seniors and
their respective gift requests.
Holiday shoppers can pick up
an ornament, buy items on the
list and return them unwrapped


increase in the speed at which
children are -picking up and
learning new information.
On a corner shelf, Austin
-has- a stack of 12-15 thick
books that she once used for
teaching. students in iEer
classroom.
"I had to flip through these
books and oull a little from this
one and a little from that one
to create lesson plans to give
the kids what they needed.
"I've been teaching at
Lawtey for 12 years and this
Open Court is the best
curriculum I've seen. I love it
and the kids just eat it up,"


distribute the gifts to these
seniors.
A citywide gift-wrapping
day, when hundreds of the
presents will be wrapped, will
be held at the Emergency
Operation Center in Starke on-
Friday, Dec. 15. Officers from
area law enforcement agencies
to the store, along with the
ornament attached.
Home Instead Senior Care
then enlists the volunteer help .
of its staff, senior care business
associates,. nonprofit workers
and others to collect, wrap and


Austin said.
Austin admitted that when
she was first approached about
using the new curriculum for
prekindergarten, she was
hesitant. Having dealt with
curriculum changes in the past,
she approached this one with
negative feelings.
However, when she saw the
prekindergarteners stomping or
clapping in recognition of
two-syllable or compound
words, she thought, "Hey, this
really works!"
"I've seen 4 or 5-year olds
start out here not even able to


will deliver the gifts to needy
seniors on Dec. 18 and 19.
"Be a Santa to a Senior is an
important way that we all can
say thanks to those older adults
who have helped shape our
community," said. Richard


See SANTA, p. 9B


hold a pencil correctly and .-_ .q .
leave writing words and
reading age appropriate
books," she said. -.
Each of the 18 students in .
Austin's classroom are given
different responsibilities on '
rotation. r'.
"Every child has a job to do.
In fact, they ask for them.
Giving responsibilities makes
every child feel important,"
said Austin.
The weather person reads
the number on the outside
thermometer for the class, the
calendar pointer points out the
date as the class recites the full
date, the flag person will hold
the flag during the Pledge of
Allegiance, classroom
librarian, door holder, snack *'-
helpers, floor inspectors, table -"'
cleaners and line leader. _" r
Penny Hanks, ESE teacher
at Bunnell Elementary School, Brenda Parrish and Darl
was one of many creative way of teaching
prekindergarten teachers that skills and identifying co
visited Austin's model candy.
classroom.
She said that she has seen P\
several students in her own V PK
class being able to move up Continued from p. 3B
from ESE status into regular
kindergarten because of the prek students to learn a
program. pre-k students to learn a
"There are no requirements practice their colors a
that prekindergarteners master counting skills.
the skills, but teachers are "Using a bag of Skittl
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Hanks said. "This early different piles according
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BY MARCIA MILLER
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The Sixth Annual Christmas
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held this weekend at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds,
will provide gifts, fun and
activities for everyone in the
family, according to one of the
organizers, Norma Donn.
The show will be held at the
fairgrounds on north U.S. 301
in Starke and will be open on
Saturday, Dec. 2, from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. On Sunday, Dec. 3,
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When 84-year-old Aldon
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resident at the Parkside
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February 2005, he refused to
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He began tinkering around
with the landscaped grounds,
pulling weeds and planting
beautiful flowers and even
growing vegetables such as
tomatoes and collard greens.
That in itself may not seem
all that unusual for a senior
except for the fact that
Sanchez is legally blind.
Sanchez has macular
degeneration, the leading cause
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States.
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center part of the retina, known
as the macula. Macular
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ability to focus, read, drive,
recognize faces, colors or see
fine details.
"People wouldn't normally
realize Al is blind by watching
him. Two or three times a day
we find him out there pulling
weeds or watering the plants,"
said Parkside administrator
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Sanchez said that it's true,
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SANCHEZ
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1952 with a master's degree in
agricultural science.
He had been teaching at the
university for three years when
he was given a management
opportunity at Velda Farms'
headquarters in Tampa.
"I really could have just left
anytime I wanted to because I.
wasn't under contract or
anything. Staff members didn't
want me to go, and out of
courtesy, I waited," said
Sanchez.
"But they kept putting me
off and I waited a little longer
until one day when Dr. Fouts,
chairman of the dairy science
department, told me that if I
left, I'd never survive out
there."
That was when he left and
went on to work in corporate
dairies around the state with
Velda Farms.
In 1967, Sanchez fan for
mayor of Cooper City, a
community located about 15
miles southwest of Fort
Lauderdale. He won by a vote
of 199 votes to 119.
At a time when technology
was not so advanced, he first
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Sanchez.
Sanchez was working
outdoors at Parkside watering
the flowers and vegetables
when he broke his knee and his
hip last spring.
"He couldn't see the water


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BY TERESA
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Telegraph Staff Writer
During this time of the year,
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ever.
The Food Pantry is present\
assisting anywhere from 10 to
*. 20 families each day, Monday
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Arley McRae.
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month in the Bradford Count\
area, Unfortunately, during the
holidays, we find there are
many more families that are in
need-rof nutritious food." said
McRae.
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Publix grocery stores supplied
the Food Pantry with items
such as chicken, lunch meat
and cole slaw.
However, Publix began
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policy of requiring refrigerated
vehicles: to pick up and
transport the food items.
"There has never been a'
problem with the safety of
their food products, but their
headquarters in Lakeland has
temporarily 'halted the Food.
Pantry donations of
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just .jant to make sure it
doesn't, ever -become a
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McRae feels that Publix is
one of the few stores that
really try hard to help
communities, and that it will
just take a little time for
everything to get worked out'
Until a time when the Food
Pantry gets a donated supply
of refrigerated or frozen
goods, -there are none available
right now to give to needy
families.
"We're not completely
without food," said McRae,
"but some people say that


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In addition, Sanchez is the
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He also travels each weekend
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"Live life believing that you
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Arley McRae (far left), a volunteer with the Food Pantry in
Bradford County, was all smiles after a donation made by
Madison Street Baptist Church. Church members began
purchasing food for the Food Pantry during the first week


of November, with the result being more than two pickup
truck loads. Pictured with McRae are Chad Everson
(center), pastor at Madison Street Baptist Church, and
Eric Jackson, head of the church's men's ministry.


There is also the annual
Walk for Hunger that normally
takes place during the fall, but
has been temporarily
rescheduled this year due to
weather conditions.
The location from which the
Food Pantry operates was
formerly a home owned by Joe
and Clarise Wood, who signed
the home over to the Food
Pantry, free and clear.
The Food Pantry is an
emergency food assistance
program where a family of
four or five can receive two to
three bags of food for a week,
totaling between 60-80 pounds
of food.
In order to receive assistance
from the program, families are
required to complete a
Department of Agriculture
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program form-TEFAP.
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FOOD
Continued from p. 2C

Said McRae, "That's how
things work around here. The
community of Starke at large
has been very supportive of the
Food Pantry, especially during
this time of the year to help
those who are less fortunate."
USDA foods are shipped


regularly to the Second
Harvest Food Bank in
Jacksonville. Once monthly,
Second Harvest allocates food
to the 17 counties in its
territory: Alachua, Baker,
Bradford, Clay, Columbia,
Dixie, Duval, Flagler,
Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette,
Levy, Nassau, Putnam, St.
Johns, Suwannee and Union.
Another provider for the
Food Pantry is Farm Share of


South Florida. McRae said
they come through the area
from time to time, bringing
fresh produce. "What's great
about our volunteers is that we
can pick up the phone and
organize 20 to 25 people,
sometimes with less than a
day's notice, to help unload the
truck when it comes in," said
McRae.
There are various church
organizations in Starke that


Arley McRae stocks the shelves, which had previously been empty, after receiving a
food donation from Madison Street Baptist Church.


graciously send volunteers to
work in the Food Pantry under
the direction of the volunteer
coordinator, Applean Brown.
Although the First
Presbyterian Church of Starke
was very active in starting up
the Food Pantry, there are now
eight Bradford County
churches that actively provide
assistance to the Food Pantry.
Those churches are First
United Methodist, First
Baptist, Madison Street
Baptist, St. Edwards Catholic,
St. Mark's Episcopal, First
Presbyterian, Kingsley Lake
Baptist and First Christian
Church.
First Presbyterian Church of
Starke, of which McRae is an
elder, has food and
contribution drives every other
month that help the Food
Pantry. On alternating months,
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goes to supporting another
food pantry ministry in the
area.
McRae feels blessed that the
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fortunate enough to be a part
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hotels and schools, delivering
the food to pantries that feed
the hungry.
The Food Pantry itself
sponsors two annual events. In
the early spring, musician
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The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners will conduct two public
hearings to consider the enactment of ordinances imposing impact fees.

The first of the two public hearings will be held on:

Date: November 27, 2006
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Charley E. Johns Conference Center
1610 North Temple Avenue, Starke

The second and final public hearing will be held on:

Date: December 14, 2006
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Charley E. Johns Conference Center
1610 North Temple Avenue, Starke

All'interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed
ordinances.


requires that those seeking
services be Bradford County
residents, although no one is
turned away.
"If someone from another
county comes in, we can at
least help them once, then refer
them to a service organization
that is in their local
community," said McRae.
McRae pointed out the
volunteer guidelines rule
number seven which reads, "'If
someone needs food, give
them something."
Bradford Ecumenical Ministry
Food Pantry
321 Andrews Street
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Thur, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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-Former KHS volleyball player shines atFtag ler College


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Things may not have gone
the way she would've liked
coming out of high school, but
in the end, things worked out
just fine. for Keystone Heights
High School graduate Carrie
Arnette, who finished her
Flagler College volleyball
career as one of the school's
top setters.
Arnette, who graduated from
Keystone in 2003, recorded
1,015 assists this past season,
giving her a total of 1,731
assists during her two years at
Flagler. That's the second-best
total in school history.
"It's an honor to finish like
that considering I didn't eyen
think I was going to play the
last two years," Arnette said.
Flagler is where Arnette
wanted to go all along, but her
ACT score presented her from
enrolling there-straight out of


high school. Instead, she
accepted a scholarship to St.
Johns River Community
College in Palatka.
Arnette received all-
conference honors during her
two years at St. Johns, but
wasn't sure if her playing days
would continue.
"I really wanted to keep
playing," she said, "but I
didn't know if the doors were
going to open."
A door did open for her.
Arnette tried out for two
schools, including Embry-
Riddle, before receiving a visit
from Taylor Mott, the coach at
Flagler. Flagler's setter quit
the team, leaving a void that
Arnette could fill. So she
transferred to the school she
wanted to go to all along.
"It was kind of like I was
meant to be at Flagler at some
point in my life," she said.
During her junior season at
Flagler, Arnette played in 116


Keystone Heights High School graduate Carrie Arnette
finished her collegiate volleyball career by tallying the
second-most assists in Flagler College history. Photo
by Perry Knotts.


games, tallying 716 assists,
with a season-best 50 in one
match. She also had 200 digs
and 37 service aces.
Her career high occurred
this past season with 61 assists
in a Sept. 1 match against
Jamestown.
Arnette, who was fifth on
the team this past season with
216 digs, is one of only three
Flagler players to record more
than 1,000 assists in a season.
Her last match was a loss,
but it wasn't all bad news that
day. Arnette's boyfriend
proposed to her before the
match.
She figured she would be
nervous during the match, but,
after her teammates shanked


several passes early, she found
herself instead having to tell
the other players to calm
down.
"I was like, 'What? They
should've been saying that to
me,'" Arnette said with a
laugh.
The tentative wedding date
is June 30, 2007. What else
Arnette may be doing at that
time is still up in the air. She is
majoring in business and is
looking for an internship.
Just as things worked out for
her in the sport of volleyball,
she feels sure they will work
out for her in life.,
"I'm sure the doors will
open up just like they did at
Flagler," Arnette said.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Tle eaph Staff Writer
Union 'County High School
graduate C,J,_. Spiller,.--who
capped the regular season with
his second straight 100-yard-
plus performance, was recently
named tolthe all-ACC football
team.
Spiller, a true freshman,.was
a second-team pick at running
back after compiling 914 yards
on 124 carries this season. He.
is fresh 6ff of a game in which
he rushed for 135 yards and
touchdowns of 31 and 80 yards
on just 10 carries in a 31-28
loss to South Carolina.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
"Telegraph Staff Writer
Two late goals broke a 1-all
tie and gave the Keystdne
Heights girls soccer team a 3-I
win over host Palatka on Nov.
21.
Julie.CamnpbelLbroke-the ie -
with an unassisted goal, which
was followed by a goal by
Amy Ekenbarger.
Tysee Williams, Who
assisted on Ekenbarger's goal,
scored the Indians' first goal of
the match in the first half.
'. Michelle Houser was credited
with the assist. .
Keystone (3-3-1 prior to
Nov. 28) ,was coming off of a


conference's Rookie of the
Week three times this season
following performances
against North Carolina (12
carries-58 yards, two
touchdowns), Wake Forest (9-
104, one touchdown) and
Georgia Tech (16-116, two
touchdowns).
Spiller was 'named National
Freshman of the Week by
Rivals.com following the
Georgia Tech game, in which
he scored on a 50-yard run and
a 50-yard reception.
He finished the regular
season with the fourth-best
rushing. average, per- game
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Telegraph Staff hliruer
Ryan Miller had three assists
as the Keystone Heights boys
soccer team finally picked up
its second win of the season,
defeating host Palatka 6-1 on
Nov. 21.
Keystone head coach Trevor
Waters said he was pleased
with his team's overall play
and energy. The Indians (2-1-4
prior to Nov. 28) had gone
without a win since opening
tie season with a 3-0 victory.
Four straight ties followed
before the Indians lost for the
first time.
Miller helped Keystone
rebound from the:loss and get
off to a fast .start against
Palatka. He sent a pass to
Hayden Rodel, who beat the
goalie with a hard shot on the
near post in the third minute.


Palatka wasted no time
answering, scoring on a
breakaway attempt in the fifth
minute.
From then on, it was .all
Keystone as the Indians scored
three goals to go up 4-1 at the
half.
Miller and Rodel teamed up
again, with Rodel scoring in
the 12'" minute. Brad Gober
then took a long pass from
Justin Hedding and slipped it
past the goalie for a 3-1 lead in
the 14"h minute.
SHannah added the last goal
of the half, ripping a shot past
the goalie on an assist from
Gober in the 33r minute.
Miller chalked up his third
assist in the 50th minute, the
result of which was a.goal by
Hannah, taken from inside 18
yards.


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Tasha Denise Bennett and
Herbert Edwin Baucom


Bennett and

Baucom to

wed Dec. 2
Ricky and Gina Bennett of
Starke announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter.
Tasha Denise Bennett, to
Herbert Edwin Baucom of
Columbia. S.C.. son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baucom.
The bride-clect is a 1999
graduate of Bradford High
School.
The groom-elect works at
Norman's Heating and Air
Conditioning.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2006, at 3
p.m., at the River of Life
Church of God in Starke.
A reception will follow the
ceremony at Starke Golf and
Country Club.
Family and friends are
invited.


Green family
reunion is

Dec. 9
The family of Arch and
Fannie Green will have a
reunion on Saturday, Dec. 9, in
the barn of Lawrence Mosley,
four miles north of Starke on
U.S. 301.
The gathering will begin at I
p.m. and food will be served at
4.
Meat will be cooked at the
barn and a donation will be
requested. The rest of the dinner
will be potluck and each family
should bring salads, side dishes
or desserts.
Family members are urged to
bring photos.
Call Harry Green to RSVP
at (904) 964-6653. He may
also be reach during work
hours at (904) 964-6653 or by
mail at 14677 U.S. 301 S,
Starke. FL 32091.


John P. Johns
Zenaida W. Ca


Seay and

; Orton to wed
W'| Mike and Gena Goldic of
Lake Butler announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter. Jennifer Kay Scay. to
Kevin Randall Orton, son of
James and Judy Orton of
Waldo.
The bride-elect is a 2002
graduate of Union County
High School. She is employed
at Community State Bank in
Lake Butler.
The groom-elect is a 1995
graduate of Bradford High
and School. He is employed by
wed Cox Communications in
Gainesville.
The. ,liw ;ni no ; ll LU', nla.'


Cawed and

Johns to wed
John P. Johns of Lake Butler
and Zenaida W. Cawed of
Baguio City, Philippines, have
announced their upcoming
marriage.
The groom-elect is the son
of Pat Johns of Lake Butler
and the late M.L. Johns Jr. He
is a 1984 graduate of Bradford
High School and served in the
United State Marine Corps.
The bride-clect is the
daughter of William F. Cawed
and Maria Louisa Cawed of
Baguio City. She is a 1991
graduate of MPGC High
School and graduated with a
bachelor's degree in
elementary education from MP
State Polytechnic College in
Bontoc. Philippines.
The wedding ceremony will
'take place at Pine Level
Baptist Church in Starke on
Saturday, Dec. 16. 2006, at 1
p.m.
A reception will
immediately follow the
ceremony in the fellowship
hall.
All friends and
acquaintances are invited.


WORTH NOTING

A free class for adults who want
to improve reading skills and basic
math computational skills will be
'held at Bradford-Union Area Vo-
Tech. For additional information,
call (904) 966-6773 or (904) 966-
6764.


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Jennifer Kay Seay and
Kevin Randall Orton
on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2006, at 5
p.m., at the Worthington
Springs Community Center.
Family and friends arc
invited.


BIRTHS


Owen Robert Johnson


Owen Johnson
Rocky and Stephanie Griffis
Johnson announce the birth of
their son, Owen Robert
Johnson, on Nov. 6, 2006, at
North Florida Women's Center
in Gainesville.
Owen weighed 7 pounds, 13
ounces and measured 20/2
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Jimmie and Tammie Vaughn of
Lake Butler and Marvin and
Nancy Griffis of Raiford.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Pauletta Phillips of Lake
Butler and the late Owen J.
Phillips and Paul and Julie
Kish of Chatsworth, Ga.
Paternal grandparents are
Ricky and Carol Johnson of
Lake City.
Paternal great grandparents
are Margaret Waters of Lake
City and the late Tommy
Waters and the late Robert
Johnson and Barbara Key.


Rachel Leigh Evans

Rachel Evans
Jeffery and Emily Evans of
Bossier City, La., announce the
birth of their daughter, Rachel
Leigh Evans, on Oct. 16, 2006.
Rachel weighed 7 pounds,
10 ounces and measured 19
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Lloyd and Julia Weidman of
Milton.
Maternal great-grandparents
Frances Witty of Atlanta and
the late William Witty, Helen
Weidman of Tampa and the
late Charles Weidman.
Paternal grandparents ire
Shelia Magyari Evans of
Starke and Harry Evans of St.
Augustine.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Mable Magyari and the late
John Magyari of Starke and
Lucille Collins of Titusville.


Brittany Lee Meng and
Jared Timothy Rollins


Meng and

Rollins to wed

Dec. 9
Jerry and Rhonda Riffe and
Carlton and Bobbie Meng of
Keystone Heights announce
the upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Brittany Lee Meng,
to Jared Timothy Rollins, son
of Perry and Toni Rollins of
Melrose.
The bride-elect is a student
at the University Florida. She
plans to graduate with a
bachelor's of science degree in
tourism, recreation and sports
management in August 2007.
The groom-elect earned a
bachelor of science degree in
accounting in 2000 and a
master's in accounting in 2001,
both from the University of
Florida. He works at Rayonier
in Jacksonville.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2006, at
Trinity Baptist Church in
Keystone Heights. A reception
will immediately follow the
ceremony in the fellowship
hall of the church. All family
and friends are invited.
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Are you interested in a career
that can include entrepreneur.
fashion, art and sales
representation?
Then cosmetology may be.
the career for you.
A new cosmetology program
will beginWednesday, Jan. 3,
at Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center.
Registration for the program
will begin Monday, Dec. 4.
The cosmetology class
includes hair coloring, cutting
and styling, manicure and
pedicure training, plus
opportunities for ownership in
salons and beauty shops and
sales for supply companies.
If you are interested, call
(904) 966-6769 for more
information or to schedule a
TABE test.
Financial aid is available for
those who qualify.



Consolidated

High School

plans reunion"
The Consolidated .t High
School Reunion second annual
fund-raising event, "Christmas
Banquet Celebration," is
scheduled for Friday, Dec. 15;
at 7 p.m., at the Lake Butler
Lakeside Community Center.
The event is semi-forimal and
dinner will be served.
For more information,
contact Eddie or Cora Jackson
at (352) 496-1670, or Alicia .
Maxwell at (352) 372-8668.

Reach to Recovery, a personal
visitation program for women
diagnosed with breast cancer, is
available upon request. Volunteer
visitors who are breast cancer
survivors are available before and
after breast surgery to provide
information and support. Call (904)
758-3074 or (352) 376-6866 for
information.
Adults are needed to work with
Girl Scouts of all ages in Bradford
and Union counties. Contact
Carolyn Eaves, (904) 964-5812, or
Laurie Mullins, (904) 964-5646.
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BHS takes first in Ridgeview tourney


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegranh Staff Writer
Seven wrestlers earned top-
three finishes as Bradford
captured first place overall at a
10-team junior varsity
tournament at Ridgeview High
School on Nov. 18.
Five of Bradford's wrestlers
won their weight classes:
Dylan White (130-pound
class), Billy Brooks (135),
Alan Lin (160), Brandon
Andrews (171) and Casey
Hines (215).
Ricky King finished as
runner-up in the 285-pound
class, while Donnie Jarrett
placed third in the 140-pound
class.
Ian Summerville, Bradford's
new head coach, was excited
to come away with the first-
place trophy and proud of his
team, especially King and
White, who are wrestling for
the first time.
"They stepped it. up and
worked hard," Summerville
said. -
Bradford's first action this
season occurred Nov. 15 in a
varsity dual' match against
visiting Ridgeview, which saw
theteam's finish tied at 39-all:
Ridgeview wascredited with
the win after a tie-breaker
format was :used, but
Suw jer'ille %was nonetheless
ple d '-Ridge.iew was a
regffflal champion Jiut two
years agd.
"Tha, was just amazing in
itself that we wrestled on the
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The Bradford High School wrestling team is shown celebrating after winning a
tournament at Ridgeview High School. Pictured are: Max Ennis, Brandon Andrews,
Dylan White, Casey Hines, head coach Ian Summerville, Billy Brooks, Alan Lin,
Marcus Shockley, Carlton Crudup, Shawn Boyette, Donnie Jarrett, Rodney King,
La'Mondo Lee, coach Pelcher and Josh Williams.

same level as a team like Williams and Boyqte. are Bradford hosted a dual
Ridgeview," Summerville said. first-year wrestlers, while match with Middleburg on
Ennis is a senior captain and Nov. 29 and will travel for a
Wrestlers earning wins returning regional qualifier. to ornament at West Nassau
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Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 8, 9 & 10
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY followed that tip with a 3- turnovers came in the latte
Telegraph Staff Writer pointer that put his team up 30- stages of the quarter, including
Bradford scored th9.first one on a steal by Simmons
gBradt ordo rd oe e irst d The quarter was unkind to which led to a driving layup b:
eight points and never looked the Indians, who failed to Brown with five second
back, defeating the visiting make a field goal and before halftime.. Brown'
Keystone Heights boys committed more than 10
basketball leam 63-43 in te turnovers. Most of those See OPEN. p. 8C


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BHS girls improve

to 3-0 in district


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The second quarter alone
was better than host
Suwannee's entire output as
the Bradford girls basketball
team defeated the Bulldogs 60-
22 on Nov. 27 in Live Oak.
Tosha Griffin and Khalaa
Hill combined for 25 points to
help the Tornadoes improve to
3-0 in District 3-4A and 5-0
overall.
Demetria Slocum and Jerica
Warren scored eight and six
points, respectively, in the
second quarter that propelled
Bradford to a 37-8 halftime
lead.
The Tornadoes did not let up
in the third quarter as Griffin
scored nine points.
Griffin led all scorers with
13 points, while Hill had 12.
Slocum finished with nine
points, with Warren and Keita
Goodman each chipping in
eight,
Bradford, as a team, did not
shoot free throws well, making
only 5-of-12, but Slocum was


3-of-4 at the line.
In the last two games,
Slocum has shot 67 percent
from the foul line, while Hill
has shot.60 percent. Bradford's
team percentage in those
games is 43 percent.
Bradford head coach Shane
McFadyen said he is pleased
so far this season with the way
the scoring on his team has
been balanced. A lot of credit
goes to returning point guard
Griffin.
"She's spreading the ball
around so well right now,"
McFadyen said.
The coach singled out
Goodman and Slocum for their
contributions to what has been
a tenacious defense so far this
'season.
Bradford travels to play
Keystone Heights tonight,
Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m. The
Tornadoes then return home to
play Eastside on Monday, Dec.
4, at 7:30 p,m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5,
Bradford travels to play
.Hawthorne at 7:30 p.m.


Jerica Warren (right) scored eight points in Bradford's
district win over Suwannee.
Score by Quarter Griffin 13, Hill 12, Slocum 9,
BHS: 13 24 20 3-60 Ebony Smith 5, Warren 8,
SHS: 3 5 10 4-22 Chasity Whitaker ,2. 3-.
pointers: Bass, Griffin, Hill.
Bradford Scoring (60):
Destiny Bass 3, Goodman 8, See BHS, p.11C


Keystone girls

drop 2 in tourney


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A young team is bound to
take its lumps from more
experienced teams, and that.
was the case for the Keystone
Heights girls basketball team,
which suffered two blowout
losses in its annual
Thanksgiving tournament,
which was held Nov. 20-21.
Keystone (1-2 prior to Nov.
28) opened the tournament
with a 34-point loss to Palatka,
then suffered a 36-point loss to
Hawthorne in the tournament's
consolation game. Palatka
returns four starters from last
year, including Crishea
Johnson, a second-team, Class
4A all-state selection.
Hawthorne is also
experienced, and the Hornets
had little -trouble with the.
Indians in the consolation
game, winning 55-19.
T The Hornets' Kiara Bradley,
Breanna Fort and Canvis Scott-
combined to score 47 points.
All three players are returning
starters and they were
instrumental in Hawthorne


defeating Keystone in last
year's Thanksgiving
tournament.
Keystone struggled bringing
the ball upcourt against
Hawthorne's pressure defense
as well as finding it difficult to
make baskets. The Indians had
approximately 30 turnovers in
the game and shot less than 20
percent from the field. They
made just four field goals,
three of which came from Kim
Russell, who finished with 14
points.
It was Russell who did her
best to keep the Indians in the
game early. She scored the
team's first five points, which
included a rebound score late
in the first quarter that ended
an 8-0 Hawthorne run.
The Hornets' Fort and Scott
scored all but' two points
during a 12-2 run to open the
second quarter. Fort scored six
straight points during that span
after getting an easy basket
after a steal by teammate
Dedra Strickland. .


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OPEN
Continued from p. 6C

basket sent the Tornadoes into
the locker room up 41-13.
Bradford showed no signs of
slowing in the second half.
Barnes scored four points
during a 10-1 run to open the
third quarter.
One of the few bright spots
for Keytone was the play of
Dan Courson late in the game.
Courson scored on two
consecutive layup attempts in
the closing seconds of the third
quarter. The first came
following a steal by Richie
Rudd, the second off of a steal
by Nik Brokas.

Courson was fouled on the
second score. He converted on
the free-throw attempt, but that
still left the Indians trailing by
26 entering the fourth quarter.
In the final quarter, Courson
added six more points, giving
him a team-high 12.

Bradford, which played
district opponent Ridgeview
this past Tuesday, will travel to
Jasper to play Hamilton
County on Friday, Dec. 1, then
hit the road again to play.
district opponent Suwannee in
Live Oak on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Both games are scheduled for
7:30 p.m.


Chuckle
Covington
(center) grabs a
rebound for
Bradford while
being A
surrounded by
Keystone
players Jordan
Fogg (left) and
Matt Semione.
Photo by
Christie
Torode.









Keystone played
Middleburg on Nov. 28 and
will travel to play Orange Park
tonight, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m.
The Indians- host district
opponent Pierson Taylor on.
Friday, Dec. 1, then host clay
on Monday, Dec. 4. Both
games are scheduled for 7:30
p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5, the
Indians travel to Alachua to


play Santa Fe, which also has a
7:30 p.m. tip-off.

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 8 5 14 16-43
BHS: 17 24 12 10--63

Scoring
Keystone (43): Tyler Brunink
5, Travis Buchanan 5, Courson
12, Jordan Fogg 3, Robie
Latner 2, Rudd 2,' Matt


Semione 3, Matt Snowberger
4, Greg Taylor 5, Michael Van
Wie 2. 3-pointers: Fogg,
Semione. Free throws: 15-21.

Bradford (63): B.J. Altson 7,
Barnes 14, E. Blye 6, Josh
Blye 2, Brown 5,, Covington 7,
Justin Henderson 2, Simmons
5, Wilson 15. 3-pointers:
Altson, Covington,' Simmons.
Free throws: 8-14.


TOURNEY
Continued from p. 7C

Bradley also got in on the
action, sinking a 3-pointer that
put the Hornets up 24-8.
Two free throws by Russell
stopped the run, but the
Indians were not able to make
a basket until Abby Knabb
scored after a Hawthorne
turnover with less than 40
seconds remaining in the half.
Russell was able to score
consecutive baskets for the
Indians in the third quarter, but
the Hornets outscored
Keystone 22-6, getting 11
points from Fort and Scott.
Fort and Scott each finished
with 17 points for the Hornets,
while Bradley had 14.
In the championship game
of the tournament, Palatka
defeated Nease 67-51.
Keystone played
Middleburg this past Tuesday
and will host Bradford tonight,
Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m.
On Friday, Dec. 1, the
Indians host district opponent
Pierson Taylor at 6 p.m.
Keystone then travels to play
district opponent Interlachen
on Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 7:30
p.m.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 6 6
HHS: 12 19


1-19
2-55


Keystone Scoring (19);,
Knabb 3, Heather Martin 1,
Russell 14, Carey Taylor 1.
Free throws: 11-24.

Earlier result:


Palatka 60 KHHS 26
It was not a pleasant reunion
for Keystone head coach Mike
Ruszkowski, who watched his
former team, Palatka, hand the
Indians a 60-26 loss in the first
round of the KHHS
Thanksgiving tournament on
Nov. 20.
Palatka built a 15-point
halftime lead, then increased it
by 11 in the third quarter.
Three Panthers players
scored in double figures, while
Keystone's high scorer was
Russell with eight points.


Score by Quarter
PHS: 17 15
KHHS: 7 10


17 11-60
6 3-26


Keystone Scoring (26):
Brittany Bostic 6, Knabb 4,
Morgan Maxwell 2, Russell 8,
Karleigh Smoak 2, Allison
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ping. theatre, and more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-
l ice. 904-964-4303. '
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
StarkeApts. 2 BR HC &
non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground., pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on,
SR16, 1001 Southlern ,w,


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HOME FOR RENT .


Melrose, Geneva
Lake Estates
I BR/I BA,
Ig. garage,
washer/dryer, tile &
Berber carpet, great
neighborhood.
$650 mth.
(352) 475-3981



1675 SW 3rd Ave
3 BR/2 BA, 1442 sq. ft. single story ranch
style home w/carpet, vinyl, ceiling fans,
stove, dishwasher, near school and
shopping.

S Call Carol Law
Reallor-Associatle [HV
The Darby Rogers Co. 386-623-6664
3101 W. US 90, Suite 101 Lake City, FL


Bobby Campbell

Roofing, Inc.

Licensed & Insured

(904) 964-8304


FREE

ESTIMATES!


Employment opportunities available.
Call for more information.


Villas Drive, Starke, FI or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY711. Equal Housing
SOpportunity.
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. No
pets. First month free.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865, for more
information.
LAKE GENEVA- 2BR MH,
DIRECT LAKEFRONT.
$500/mth plus security.
no pets. 7804 SR100,
Keystone Heights,
McDonald's Trailer Park,
352-235-0035.
WASHINGTON SQUARE
Apts, Hawthorne, FL. 1 &
2 Bedrooms. Rental as-
sistance available to
qualified applicants.
Equal opportunity pro-
vider. Office hours are
Tues& Fi, 8am tio 12pm
and 1pm to 5pm. Call
352-481-9388.
BALDWIN AREA 2/1
HOUSE with lenced
yard. $550/mth.$ 200/
ep. Call 678-583ta's, &*
OFFICE SPACE FOR
)ENT KEYSTONE.


WANTED



Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call Glen Lourcey
W 35s2-485-1818


SR21 West, inside city
limits. Water and sewer
provided. Call 904-364-
6102, ask for Kevin.
2/2 HOME for rent, with
laundry room & Direct
TV, $550 per month,
904-966-2024.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3/
1'.5 WITH GARAGE AND
SHED. One block from
city park. By big Lake
Geneva. hew paint and
tile. $1.250/mth, first and
last. 1 year lease. Avail-
able December 1st. Call
352-256-0123 or 352-
665-1455.


LAKE BUTLER 3E'9
SWMH NEAR RMO.
Call 386-496-2599. E
LAKE GENEVA HUGE ,
DW, DIRECT LAKE-n
FRONT. $800/mth plus
security. 7804 SR100,
Keystone Heights.
McDonald's Trailer Park',
352-235-0035.
LAKE SANTA FE COT-
TAGE 2/1 washer/ '
dryer, furnished or unlur-
nished; ,.andy beach:
Lawn service included.
'Pimi mf r, .:all 352-468-
.SPACIOUS 4/1, new hard-


FOR SALE
Get ready for Hunting Season! I
I have, several used Cobra 29 CB Radios E
Sfor sale that are priced right. Have a few
antennas, coax. other misc. items.
386-496-1215
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PINE FOREST APARTMENTS %
1530 W. Madison St. Starke Hwy 100 W

NOW AVAILABLE
2 & 3 Bedroom Apts ;
Affordable living for low to middle income families '
CH/A, blinds, carpet, stove, fridge
Seniors welcome
24 hr. Emergency Maintenance
OFFICE OPEN: Mon-Fri 9-5
Call Today 1
(904) 964-6312 ,


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


Jan Jackson


107-F Edwards Rd., Starke, FL /

www.sonshinetitle.com (904) 964" 2363


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Reach over 20,500
Readers Every Week!

INDEX
41) Notice
41 Vehicle Parts & Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV. s & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Onut orA rea
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease. Sale
48 lomn es for Sate
49 Molile Ilonies for Sale
511 For Rent
51t Ltost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53A Yard Sales
53B Keystone Yard.Sales .
53C Lake Butler Yard Sales
54 KystoneYard Salt's ,


58 Building MateriaLs
59 Ipersonal Services
611 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacationrrravel
63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
.73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer Accessories
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will he accepiLted.


T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Incolie
Water., Sewer
On-Site iLauiindry Facility & Piny Areas
O)fic Open: NMohnday I ridVIv 1:M to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133
Voice TTYAccess 1-800-545-833. Ext. 381 i


For Sale


Cause, or &d~e'


Give'yourself the perfect holiday gift! This beautiful
three bedroom home plus bonus room and bonus
garage is available in Green Acres.

Under $300,000
Call for a viewina: (904) 364-8604 or (904) 964-7753


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964-6305 473-2210*496-2261


wood floors and paint
throughout. Located in
Melrose. $595/mth,
$550/dep. No pets. Call
352-475-6285.
COUNTRY LIVING -
WALDO AREA. Remod-
eled 3/2 DWMH. Deck.
carport, on 10 acres.
$750/mth, first and $500/
sec. Call 772-692-0877
or 352-494-1218.
LAKE RENTAL. 2/1 ON
HAMPTON LAKE. Utili-
ties included, $950/mth.
Short term till approx
May. Call Tern, 352-339-
2054.
2 STORY HOUSE, 3/3 with
den. office. and garage
with workshop. On ski
lake. 12x23' Florida
room. deck, full-size
washer/dryer, 1/2 acre,
fully fenced. 6838
Bedford Lake Rd. Call
904-333-5518.
DOWNTOWN EFFI-
CIENCY APARTMENT.
Brand new renovations.
new kitchen, new tiled
bathroom. Located near
downtown at 226 South
Thompson St. $225/mth
plus utilities and deposit.


Year lease. Call Mr
Corbin. 904-563-5410
PROVI D E NC E
WORTHINGTON AREA
SWMH. 2/1, new carpet,
new heat & AC. utility
room, renovated kitchen.
large yard, no indoor
smoking, nice quiet
neighborhood. Refer-
ences required, $415/
mth. Call 386-496-2354.
1/1 APARTMENT IN
STARKE-$300/mth. first
and $200/sec required.
References needed
Call 352-258-6582.
FISHERMAN'S PARA-
DISE Modern 3/2
house, lakefront with per-
sonal boat ramp. canal
and dock. $975/mth,
credit check. Call 904-
964-4005.
MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT $400/mth. 2/2 on
Green Rd. in Raiford.
Call 386-431-1197.
51
Lost/Found
LOST FEMALE WED-
DING/ENGAGEMENT
RING. Starke area at
end of October, near


Wendy's Fot arn info.
call 904-583-0070. Re-
ward offered if found.
MISSING BLACK AND
WHITE BOSTON BULL
TERRIER Named
Bocephus. answers to
Do. Missing from
Crosby Lake area on
Thanksgiving. Belongs
to a marine who just left
for training. Reward of-
fered for return, no ques-
tions asked. Please call
904-964-7974 or 904-
373-4163.

52
Animals & Pets
DANVILLE EXOTIC
BIRDS Hand-raised
cockatiels for sale. all
colors Call 386-867-
0214.
JUST INI TIME FOR
CHRISTMAS Jack
Russell puppies. 4 tri-
colored. 2 buff. 1 female
and 5 males. $250
each, with first shots and
health certificate. Call
Mandy at 386-661-2212'
()r 904-626-3665,
PEKINGESE PUPPIES,


NAMED SMALLIBUSINSOFTEYA


CKC REGISTERED
Health certificates, home
Irown with lots of TLC.
Male and female, $350.
Call 352-475-2428.
READY FOR CHRIST-
MAS HORSES, minia-
lure horses and calves.
Large selection! AMK
Farms. 904-782-3029.
53A
Yard Sales
LARGE YARD SALE -
HAMPTON. Friday and
Saturday. take CR18 to
325 to 5382 SE 86th St.
Furniture. crafts, house-
hold. 8am-?
MULTI-FAMILY HUGE
YARD SALE IN
BROKER. 11676
Colsen St 352-485-
2863. Saturday. 9am-?
Jewelry. new hammock
from Lowes. surgery sew-
rig machine. 7-8 collec-
tor dolls (beautiful. some
45" tall), lots of new
clothes and heels with
tags (sizes 4-12, never
worn), many decora-
tions, lots of brand new
things, too much to list,
4 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, December
2. 8am-lpm. US301, 2
miles north of Lawley on
west side. Lots of stuff.
BIG YARD SALE SAT-
URDAY. DECEMBER 2.
Ham-4pm. Collectibles-
Fenton, Hull and Avon,
lots of Christmas deco-
rations and lots of other
goodies. 20728 NW
SR16, 4.5 miles from
301 towards prison,

FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
Ideal Location *
Call (904) 964-3827


CALL
TODAY!

904-964-4000
866-964-4207

1107 S. Walnut St
Starke, Florida
(Located Behind Bradford
County Eyes Center)


MORTGAGE
BANKERS
ASSOCIATION
investing in communities


2 FAMILY YARD SALE -
November 30th De-
cember 3rd and Decem-
ber 71h December 10th.
9am-5pm. Corner Hwy

16 and 233 (Morgan
Rd). 2nd house behind
Kangaroo store.
YARD SALE SATURDAY,
DECEMBER 2. 8am-
.1pm. 9510 SW 68th PI.
Lake Hampton Oaks.
Girls clothes size 3T.
toys, wom6n's clothes
12 to plus sizes, glass-
ware, knick-knacks,
tread mill, 4.5 bolt pat-
tern rims, lots more.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8:30-2:30. 13380 SE
CR 100Aon Griffis Loop
across from Grace Bap-
tist Church. 2 complete
youth beds, entertain-
ment center, TV, chest of
drawers, kitchen, house-
hold, adult and children's
clothing, inside doors
with hardware, canning
jars, chairs, many Christ-
mas items, too much to
list.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER
9TH. 7am-noon. Do not
miss this one. Every-
thing from electronics to
Christmas crafts/sup-
plies, from auto acces-
sories to household
items. All items priced to


sell Providence, trom


8A 2P 100 Poel 55


BIG ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION

FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 7:00 PM
Keystone Heights Lions Club on Orchid Ave., across from high school

Furniture, pottery, great glass and other smalls Old

games, Lionel trains, perfumes, prints, jewelry and comic

books. .
Terms of auction: Cash, check w/ID, Visa, MasterCard & Debit Card. 12%
Buyer's Premium plus tax. 2% B.P. discount w/cash/check.

KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1648, Col. Ken Mitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave., Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Call for information (352) 473-9008


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Purchases
-~ FHA.- VA
~ Conventional
New C6nstruction
~ Home Equity Loans
No Income Verification
Loans.


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Jenny W. Mann Suzanne Gordon
Branch Manager/ Mortgage Consultant
Mortgage Consultant


Sothern Professional

Title Service c

(the Lake Butler ofi ce
will soon relocate to.
185 S.E. 1st St., Lake Butler


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We Sell Property Fast
Let us sell yours!

WE WANT
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1-800-544-6429 T h I
Fax 352-671-9217 iU l 11 N I
Take 1-75 to exit 352, go east to US iMobile Homesi!
4411301, go south to location on right 12410 S. Pine Avenue
before bridge. I Ocala, FL 34471

Visit our weasite at
www.SouthPlnoMoblleHomeSales.fhrotaller.com


YADSLE 72S


YARD SALE 792 SE
50TH ST (right on Golf
Course) 8am-6pm
Lots of items. weather
permitting
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
CORNER OF 231 AND
121, ACROSS FROM
KANGAROO STATION.
Small refrigerator, de-
signer purses. Madam
Alexander dolls NIB,
electric litter box,
women's and children's
clothing, port-a-cribs.
books, linens, house-
hold, tool box,
chochkees, lots of othbr
items. Saturday, 7am-
12pm.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE Christmas deco-
rations, clothing, house-
hold and a whole lot
more. Saturday, 8am-
1pm. 15081 W SR238,
1 mile out of town on
right.


55
Wanted
LOOKING TO BUY
PLANTED PINE
TREES. Slash. loblolly,
long leaf, 3-5 years old,
10-16 feet tall. We pay
lop dollar, references
available. Call 352-494-
6653.
WANTED FARM LAND
AND PASTURE. Within
30 minutes of VA Hospi-
tal in Gainesville. Pre-
fer to deal with land
owner. Land will be used
agriculturally. Call 352-
485-1860.
57
For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each. electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED KING SIZE
Pillowtop mattress and
boxspring with manufac-


sell. Providence, from
SR238, go south on SW
4th Ave., 1.5 miles. Hills
of Providence, just follow
the signs.
SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-?
3.1 miles from 301 on
SR100 toward Key-
stone.' Lots of every-
thing. Tools, toys.
clothes, etc.
MOVING SALE SATUR-
DAY, 8AM-2PM. Living
room, dinette set, desk.
filing cabinet, dresser
and much more. Inside
home at 1560 Geiger
Rd, Starke. Call 352-
473-8032 for more info.
DECEMBER 2ND, 8:30-
2:30. 1.25 miles east on
Bessent Rd. (154th St).
Crafts, clothes, 1988
Bronco ($2,000).
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, 8am-?
Conerly Estates. Great
Christmas gifts, new
items still in box, Christ-
mas decorations, baby
clothes, tanning bed,
bunk beds and much
more.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
CR233, EAST MOR-
GAN RD. Saturday,
8am-lpm. Baby items,
household, children and
women's clothing.
SATURDAY YARD SALE,


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8AM-2PM. 1007 Powell
Street off Colley Rd.
near Bradford Terrace,
follow signs.
GIANTYARD SALE-FIVE
FAMILIES. Saturday,
December 2nd. 7am-
2pm Lots of stuff, baby
items and clothes, name
brand juniors clothes,
household items, priced
to sell. Located 1/2 mile
south of WalMart on 301.
In case of rain, will post-
pone till 12/9/2006.
CARPORT SALE FRI-
DAY AND SATURDAY,
9am-4pm. Christmas
trees, decorations, gifts,
heaters, books, clothes,
much more. 1304
Bradford, off W. Pratt St.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
YARD /PATIO SALE -
SUNDAY, December 3rd
only, 9am-3pm. Behind
Tony's off SR100 on 9th
Ave. Furniture, tools,
60's wall decor, mas-
sage table, lots of,
women's clothing size
M-XL, plus much good
stuff. No trash.
SATURDAY, 9AM-? COM-
PUTER TABLES, light
fixtures and lots more.
Open House by Watson
Realty, 7415 SR21.


HOMETOWN

"Where You Come First"

Homes
3/2 Home on 1 acre lot. 1 block from
Country Club.
- $210,000 with $5,000 Carpet allowaKce."

3/2 home built in 1999. Like new
condition on over an acre. Bayless
Hwy. $219,000

Land
12.5 acres, CR 229. Pecan trees,
beautiful home site. Will divide into
two 6.25 acre lots if desired.
$195,000

6 acres inside city limits. 4 BR/2 BA
DWMH on. Madison Street.
$175,000

5 Acres near Providence. Union
County. Fenced for horses. $89,000

123 acres Developers welcome. A
lot of road frontage on paved road

close to town.

.5 Acres. Lake Butler, near Lulu.
Paved road, 2 power poles, 2 wells,
2 septics, 2 untitled mobile homes.


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lures warranty. Brand
new still in plastic Can
deliver. Sell for $170
Call 352-372-7490
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror.
2 mnghtstands. chest
available. dovetail con-
struclion 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
$89, 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.
SPA/HOT TUB 20 JETS,
5HP, COVER, warranty.
Retail, $4,800, sacrifice
$2,695. Call 352-484-
0820.
NEW GENERATOR '-
NEVER USED, electric
start, $800 firm. Also,
jazzy power chair, excel-




TREE

SPRAYING

Spanish 'Moss

Larry Holley

386-961-8702

CALL TODAY!


We Cart It


lent condition, candy
apple red. $5,000 firm.
Call 904-964-5405.
WASHERS/DRYERS.
$150 FOR SET, will
separate. Refrigerators
and stoves. Free deliv-
ery and setup. 90 day
written warranty. Call
904-964-5266.
DINING ROOM SUITE,
$800 OBO. Large oak
table with a lazy Susan,
6 chairs, lighted china.
cabinet. Phone 904-
964-9767.
AIR CONDITIONER UNIT
3-TON. Asking $300
OBO. Call 904-964-
9103.
HOVER-ROUND POWER
CHAIR good condition.
$400. call 386-431-
1568.
OAK ENTERTAiI IErjT
CENTER will hold up to
26" TV. Like new, roll-
up door to encover TV.
glass side door, drawers.
on bottom for storage. -
Asking $125; call 352-
473-0036.
2007 POLARIS 300 60
MILES. $4.800, call
352-485-2022.
KAWASAKI 225 BAYOU
4-WHEELER: Runs
great, $1,250 OBO. Call
352-468-3221.
KEROSENE HEATER
AND TANK. $50 OBO.
Call 352-473-4002.
58
Child/Adult
Home Care


ADULT FAMILY @ARE
HOME opens December
1st in Lawtey. Full-time.
respite. surgical recov-
ery. 2 spots available.
Call 904-782-3335.
59
Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Limerock.
.:.,u h ,- r.-_li ;: halt
tl.r,.: c.,ji,1r,,n minds ,
S r?.'el? tractor work.
W.- riaul we spread.
Business 904-782-3172.
mobile 904-509-9126.
Monday through Satur-
day.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
Sr .:i,,,r, .:.f lie, m .;T ,. i va-
.1. d ar ge. ,: '.:..:.. &'
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & .alignment.
,-e Esl.rrii l- Dfrn-,/
.Bul,' nl~rl,iC 1'n
8 pi,. I1 C l
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633..
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape. customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential.. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820. if no answer
please leave message.


SECRETARIAL SER-
VICES Typesetting, re-
sumes. etc. Call Melissa
at 904-364-6463.
REMODELING. ADDING
AN ADDITION. need
some help on ai small
project? Call Michael
Byrne. State of Florida
Licensed Building Con-
tractor lor a quote at
352-473-0185. Monday-
Friday, 9am-4pm. If un-
available please leave a
message and our Office
Manager will returri your
call.
CHILDCARE IN MY LAKE
BUTLER HOME., 30+
years experience. All
hours, great rate, bal-
anced meals. Call 386-
496-1062,
HANDYMAN/HOME
Slair TEr] i jTJCE "Call
Jim Bennett at 352-473-
7005 or 352-473-0214.
DEBT GOT YOU DOWN?
Start fresh today. Call
RedLine Investments. 1-
866-208-5829. Rees-
tablish your credit today.
Bankruptcy, no problem.
-PROFESSIONAL HOUSE
CLEANING HOLIDAY
SPECIAL. Residential
and business. Family
owned and operated.
Free estimates. Refer-
ences with 25 years ex-
perience. Will clean in-
.side and outside, pres-
sure washing. We also
do. windows. Call 904-
368-0591 or 352-562-
9924.


RE-ROOFs
METAL SINGLES
FLAT ROOF
LOW SLOPED.
GRAVEL


TEENAGER LOOKING
FOR BABYSITTING
JOBS. Do you need time
to holiday shop'? Your
house or mine. Week-
ends mostly. 8 hour
childcare course com-
pleted. Please call 904-
964-4924.
64
Business
Opportunities
INCREDIBLE OFFER.
EARN HUNDREDS OF
DOLLARS a week from
your own home. Sendi
$4 and SASE lo H
Olson. PO Box 6265.
Jacksonville. FL 32236.
65
Help Wanted
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working will
elderly or disabled cli-
r;nts. 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 Must! 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 ret-


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BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
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Friday. Must be alert
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to do routine and de-
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473-4984,
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writing skills. detail-on-
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S. Water St., Starke. FL.
904-964-7699.
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lor T.H.E. Apartments, a
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FINS ,F



TALES .

By TERRY BRADLEY ____
"?.^ ,.


The first three weeks of
general gun season are
complete and there's a lot of
hunting left.
There have been a lot of
monster bucks taken in our


area and the second phase of
the rut should be coming into
play about now. There has
been a kind of trickle rut this
year. I think things peaked
around the first week of


Garette Thornton is pictured with his grandfather,
Skippy Black, at the Camp Blanding youth hunt.
Garette took this deer with a 300-yard shot.


November. That's a little later
than normal, but not that
unusual.
You can generally figure
when the rut activity peaks,
somewhere around 28 days
later you'll have another rut,
but it will be a little smaller
than the first. This will
continue through January.
Hopefully by then, all the does
will be bred.
I try to look at all the deer
that are brought to Terry's
Huntin' and Fishin' in Starke
and Macclenny for signs of rut
activity. The swollen neck and
wet hocks are dead giveaways.
I always ask a lot of questions
about the hunt. What time did
he come to your grunt call?
Was he chasing a doe? The
more information you can get,
the better you can become at
understanding the crazy
patterns of the whitetail deer.
I harvested a nice 12.0-class,
10-point buck on Nov. 14 on
the St. Mary's River. I had
been picking B.J. Sage's brain
about deer activity during the
rut. B.J. owns a deer farm in
Baldwin and lives with his
deer 24-7.
B.J. says when bucks are
rutting, they'll follow behind
does 24 hours a day and grunt
the whole time.
As a general rule, I grunt
when I see a deer and he's not
coming my way, or later in the
hunt. I generally never grunt at
the beginning of daylight. That
all changed after I talked to,
B.J.
On the morning of Nov. 14,
I began grunting with the new
grunt call by Primos (the Buck
Roar) and the doe bleat call at
the same time. I started at 6:50
a.m. and the buck came out
looking for action at 7 a.m.
I also missed another
monster buck on Nov. 22 using
the same technique. It won't
work all the time, but grunting
and using the doe bleat every
15-20 minutes during the rut is
better than waiting on my buck
to come to you.
Like I said, there is a lot of
hunting ahead of us. The
general gun season runs
through Jan. 21. The other side


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of the coin is the avid
fisherman's good fortune. A
lot of outdoorsmen are out
stomping in the woods-that
leaves all the fishing holes
wide open. Speckled perch is
the fish of choice this time of
year, and our area lakes hold
plenty of them.
Area lakes are extremely
low and in need of a lot of
rain, but there is plenty of
good fishing available. Santa
Fe, Hampton, Alto, Sampson
and Lochloosa lakes are just a
few fishing holes where specks
are plentiful. Trolling jigs and
Beetlespins tipped with
minnows are the best ways to
catch specks. The Red
Missouri Minnows are also
making a comeback.
Don't forget to bring your
bucks by Terry's Huntin' and
Fishin' in Starke to get your
picture taken and entered into
the big buck contest. You get
one chance for every point. A
new 270 rifle will be given
away at the end of hunting
season.
I've been stretched .a little
thin the past couple of months
and haven't been able to keep
up with all my
commitments-I write for
several newspapers and
magazines. I've gotten
everything worked out now
And d.will be writing every
couple of weeks, catching you
up on all the outdoors
happenings in our area.
Keep those orange hunting
%.ests on and safety at the top
of your list.
'Note: 11 you have a hunting
or fishing picture you would
like to share with our readers,
you may also submit them at


Shawn Swain took this 7-pointer at the Piney Bay Hunt
Club.
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SOCCER
Continued from p. 4C

The final goal came from
Austin Groves in the 73"'
minute. Gober was credited
with the assist.
Prior to playing Palatka, the
Indians and St. Johns Country
Day battled for 70 minutes
before a ball was put into the
net. Unfortunately for,
Keystone, it was Country
Day's Migual Constantine who
scored, giving the host
Spartans-the 2005 fall state
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Constantine dribbled past
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yard 'line that went over
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McLeod finished the match
with 10 saves, while his
counterpart, Walker Barre, had
eight saves for Country Day.


Keystone played district
opponent Pierson Taylor this
past Tuesday and will host
district opponent Crescent City
tonight, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m.
Keystone and Crescent City,
who finished first and second
in District 6 last year, played
to a 2-all tie on Nov. 10.


BHS
Continued from p. 7C

Free throws: 5-12.

Earlier result:

BHS 57 Baker 31
Griffin and Warren
combined to score 22 first-half
points, leading Bradford to a
34-11 halftime lead and
eventual 57-31 win over
district opponent Baker
County on Nov. 20 in Glen St.
Mary.


The Indians host Clay on
Friday, Dec. 1, and Fort White
on Monday, Dec. 4. Both
matches are scheduled for 7
p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5,
Keystone travels to play
district opponent Interlachen at
7 p.m.


The duo finished with 12
points each, while the
Tornadoes also got 10 points
each from Hill and Ebony
Smith.
Slocum missed out on
double figures, finishing with
nine points.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 20 14
Baker: 7 4


12 11-57
11 9-31


Bradford Scoring (57): Bass
2, Goodman 2, Griffin 12, Hill
10, Slocum 9, Smith 10,
Warren 12. 3-pointers: Griffin
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