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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 2007
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Note This!


Housing
Authority
accepting
applications

The Union County
Housing Authority is now
accepting applications for
one-bedroom apartments.
At this time, they are
unable to accept applications
for any two-, three- or four-
bedroom apartments, but
will post notice when units
become available. -

Tiger football on
the air

If you can't make it.to the
game on Friday night, listen
to Tiger football broadcast
live on WUCR, Union
County Radio 107.9 FM.
On Friday nights, the pre-
game show begins at 7 p.m.
followed by the kickoff at
7:30 p.m. Games are re-aired
every Sunday at 6 p.m. Live
broadcasts as well as
archived games can be
heard over the internet at
www.wucrl07.9fm.com
Tune in on Monday
evenings at 7 p.m. for In the
Huddle with Coaqh Andrew
Zow as he talks about the
game with Tiger football
announcer Charlotte
Emerson.



The city of Lake Butler
has first water rate increase
in 11 years. See page 3A ..



Let's

hear it

for the

band


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Upon first arriving ., Union
S.County High School as the
-marching band director, Kelly
Dorsey was impressed that
everyone she met was 100
percent all about kids and their
needs.
"I instantly wanted to move
here," Dorsey said.
She attended Florida State
University where she majored
in music education. Naturally,
Dorsey was in the FSU band
and plays the clarinet, trumpet,
percussion and saxophone.
"My favorite is the percussion,
but I love the sound of the
French horn," she said.
Before moving to Union
County five years ago, she was
a band director with Bell High
School for 13 years. She
remembers asking her mentor
Buddy Ball how long it took
put together a great sounding
small school band.
"He told me nine years. I
made up my mind to stick to it
and I was ecstatic when it only
took me eight," Dorsey said.
Music is something that
moves everybody and Dorsey
credits Union County for
having the best audiences she's
ever seen, saying that most
football fans will stay in the
stands during halftime and
watch the show.
Her first year as band
director, she began building
the high school's jazz
program. The first year
students in the jazz program
went to solo and ensemble and
got straight superiors in their
first competition.
Realizing she did not have a
See BAND, p. 6A


Custodial
worker found
dead at high
school

BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
On Thursday, Sept. 20,
Union County EMS responded
to a reported call of a man
passed out in the bus loading
area in front of the gym at
Union County High School.
According to
According to Captain Garry
Seay of the Union County
Sheriff's Office, Dennis
Weeks, 69, was found slumped
over in in
the seat of
his vehicle,
and was
pronounced
dead at the
scene.
According
to Seay,
Weeks .left
his home
around 5
a.m. to
report to his
custodial job
at the high school and
apparently died of a massive
heart attack upon arriving at
work.
Weeks' body was, taken,


See WEEKS, p. 2A


Is this a new student lurking around the office at coming back from the school cafeteria where he
Union County High School? No, it's just Brian likes to run around and cause the kids to crack a
Shepherd, youth minister at Sardis Baptist Church, smile.


Who wants to be Union County High's


next Tiger


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
This is part two of the
profiles on this year's Tiger
Idol contestants. The next
Tiger Idol performance is
scheduled for Thursday,
Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the
UCHS auditorium.

What prompted you to
enter the Tiger Idol
competition?
"I like to perform on stage. I
already have made my first CD
of music with five songs on
it."
Have you ever entered any
other competitions or
performances such as.acting,
singing or dancing?
"I was in Tiger Idol last
year. I came in fourth place."
What other
extracurricular activities are
you involved in?


"Drama.
performing
Departed."


dol? (Part II)

I will be
in "Dearly


Do you play any musical
instruments?
"Guitar and piano."
Did you get nervous up on
stage, and if so, what did you
do to relax yourself?
"Since I've competed
before, I knew what to expect.
I was still nervous, though,
until about the fourth person
performed, then I got excited
and was ready to go."
What song did you pick
for round one and why?

"'Polaroids.' I wrote the
song myself. The song is about
how Polaroid pictures always
seem to turn out terrible, and
most relationships are like that.
But, once in a while, God
sends someone good."


Who is your favorite
musical artist or what is your
favorite song?
"I like the music of Jack
Johnson, an acoustic
musician."
Who do people tell you
your voice reminds them of?
"My preacher said I sound
like Jewel."
What would you like to do
if you win the first-place
award?
"Buy a keyboa'di to use
while touring."
What are your plans after
high school?
"I'll be recording and going
on tour. I'd like to be a lyricist
if not a musician."
Who is your idol?
"My mom, Louanne
Wessner."
See IDOL, p. 2A-


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IDOL
Continued from p.lCA -

What prompted you to
enter the Tiger Idol
competition?

"To show people that I can
do more than what they see at
school."

Do you play any musical
instruments?

"I have been in band since
the fifth grade, something I got
interested in because of taking
music in elementary school. I
play the trombone and baritone
with the UCHS band. I am also
learning beginning guitar."
Have you ever entered any
other competitions or
performances such as acting,
singing or dancing?

"In third grade, I had a part
in the play, 'Fiddler on the
Roof.' I was also in a singing
competition back in the sixth
grade at Harmony Free Will
Baptist Church.
"For the past three years, I


Daniel Rigano, 14, tenth-grader


have received a superior marks
for playing my trombone solo
and ensemble. Last year, I also
received superior in playing
the baritone sax."


Did you get nervous up on
stage, and if so, what did you
do to relax yourself?

"In the beginning, I felt


-- -


"Buy something for my
parents, grandparents and
sister Amelia. For the past 14
years, my mom and dad have
bought me things like game
systems, and I want to give
something back to them."
,"
What areyour plans after
high school?


"I'd like to go to music
school in Auburn or attend
Liberty University and become
a pastor."
Who is your idol?

"God first, and then my
parents, Louanne and Daniel
-Rigano, -my grandparents,
Margaret and Ronald Hall, and
my uncle, Kevin Hall."


What prompted you to
enter the Tiger' Idol
competition?

"I like to'sing and I have fun
doing it."

What, other
extracurricular activities are
you involved in?
"I was in the chorus at Ft.
White before I came to UCHS.
I am a member of the High Q
team, the health academy and
in drama. I have a singing part
in the play, "Dearly Departed."

Did you get nervous on
stage, and if so, what did you,
do to relax yourself?

"I did get a little nervous,
but some of my neighbors and
my mom and grandparents
were there for me."


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Kala Hartley, 16, tenth-grader::


What prompted you to
... enter the Tiger Idol
competition?

"I did it.just for fun."

Have you ever entered any
other competitions .or
performances such as acting,
singing or dancing?

"I was in Tiger Idol last
year."

What other
extracurricular activities are
you involved in?

"Weightlifting."

Do you play any musical
instruments?

"Self-taught guitar. I started
playing the electric guitar in
July. I also play the trumpet."


from the scene by ambulance:
prior to the arrival of students
at the high school.
In a statement from principal
Alex Nelson, he said that the
Union County High School
family mourns the loss of a
dear friend and co-worker,
Dennis Weeks.
"We will miss his friendly
smile and joyful presence. He
was a friend to all and did his
work with great pride, keeping
the campus of Union County
High spotlessly clean," Nelson
said.
"We will remember Dennis
for the joy he brought to us all
and for the example he set for
us: that we should give our job
our best effort.
Nelson relayed the feelings
of many in Union County
when he said, "Good-bye, Mr.
Dennis, you will be sorely
missed."
Funeral services for Mr.
Weeks will be held on Sunday,
Sept. 30, in the Union County
High School auditorium at
2:30 p.m. See page 7B for
more information.


What song did you
for round one and why?


"'Can't Fight the Moonlight'
by Leann Rhymes. I picked it
because I really enjoy the
song."

Who is your favorite
musical artist or what is your
favorite song?

"I don't really have a
favorite that I can think of. I
like all genres."

What are your plans after
high school?
"To go into nursing. I'd like
to become an obstetrician."
.-Who is your idol?.

"God, and then-my' whole
family group,,t because.
whenever I am down, they pull
me back up."


pick


"AC/DC and their song
called 'TNT."'

What would you like to do
if you win the first-place
award?

"Buy a Gibson SG electric
guitar."

Who is your idol?

"Criss Angel and Ozzy
Osbourne."


SDarren
Clark, 15,
tenth-
grader


Sabbath."


What song did you pick
- _ek


for round one?
"'War Pigs'


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What prompted you to "FFA, cheerleading, student
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competition? Club."


"It's my fourth year entering
the competition. Last year, I
was a runner up: I wasn't
going to enter this year, but I
realized how the competition
helped make my voice stronger
and helped me get used to the
stage."
-What oth er
extracurricular activities are
you involved in?


Do you play any musical
instruments?

"Not very well."

Did you get nervous up on
stage, and if so, what did you
do to relax yourself?


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WEEKS
- Continued from p. 1A- -


Who is your favorite
by Black musical artist or what is your
favorite song?


pretty confident. After hearing
the others perform and they
were so good, I started getting
nervous. Once I got on the
stage, I said to myself,
'Nothing's going to stop me,'
and I did it"

What song did you pick
for round one and why?
"'Arms Wide Open' by
Creed. It's one of my top ten
favorite songs."

Who is your favorite
musical artist or what is your
favorite song?

"I really love the song,
'Beautiful Girl' by Sean
Kingston. My-favorite bands
are Linkin Park and Creed."

Who do people tell you
your voice reminds them of?

"I've had a few people tell
me I sound like the Clyatt
family that sings at my church.
They are really good and
people say I sound like one of
their family."

What would you like to do
if you win the first-place
award?


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Sept. 27, 2007 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


City raises rates for


water, sewer and garbage


.BY TERESA STONEIR VIN
Times Staff Wlriier-
At the city of Lake Butler
meeting on Sept. 24,
commissioners unanimously
voted to approve the city's,
budget for the 2007-2008
fiscal year.
.The operating, budget
expenditures are set at $2.9
million., an increase of 15.2
percent over last year's budget
expenditures.:
In :'.the .city's-'general
revernues fund. ihec' is ;
$221,000 mcrease. m-.stl' du,-
Io a grant in the drl'Urint "rt
S 213,000 ur a fire truIk in
the general fund expense,
there are etra al3arv arnd
moving expense-s due to liinng
the new city manager. Johnr
Berchtold lnid'rto rompcna,.it
former city manager. Jnim
Tillis. for unuse rime.
Additionally, Beichiold
noted that professional and
cintiactual Izervices, were
pre, iuslu, underbudgeted
Street. ro'.ids uttlllie and
park, hiad ~e.per.e, that were
, .. underbudJer-ed bv t,555,000.
As tor the w,zt,r deparnient,
the e\pec':c_ re\ienue of.
S. .0)00 \,.1 il :.tll put the
department at a rinire lthan


$56.(000 annual ioss. Th.Ls is
not the first time the water
utility c~~l. i. e fund 'has
carried a loss.
- The city's 2003-2004 fiscal
,year'audit showvs a net loss of
$.' ,000 in the enterprise fund,
and for 2004-2f'I,-, a loss of
$68.000. The audit report for
i-i-S2'- nit .shows at loss of
$"100,187 before a,' transfer
fromt c' ithe' general fund fo'r"
$ ', ii)0 bltugi t the less figure
d6W\n to just'over $25,000,
-'.i-,... h:'ve continued to
e\. ~iLed re'. lilies 'I0I Ic.ieL duLe
[o a numbi i ft' factors such as
the i', re.,in' cost of
eleC'r 't!y. 'upplics and
rra lc all ThL I.t.i iui.rea.ie in
% Ldtt: and ..,. er late; 'vajs
appr,',ed v. ith the 1 9't.
e, p.tl ,I >n Ot f lha w .aSt \w ..Ittl
ireatmr ent plan [hi e I las
m c re.tin i ,.- ',e .i l r i a .a
1993 L
intere .rngi,. bureau of
Labor ':tatisicLS sho\ a cos'.t ofi
lIvin increa.-c f 45 percent
during the ".j.t III \W ears.
Du llin1 I 11t .i ,l j 1.'rie LI, h!el
city' utiliy oplrating budget
hda- ircrnj.rd- h onl, 21.
percent.


The city commission of the
city. of Lake Butler, by
unanimous ,vote, approved new
water, sewer and garbage
collection fees for the 2007-
2008 fiscal year as follows:
Water rates (inside city
limits) for zero to 3,000'
gallons will be $11.50 per.
month. There will be a charge
of, $1:90 for each additional
1,000 gallons of water usage.
Outside the city limits, zero to
3,000 gallons: will be $i4.38
per month, with anadditional
charge .of $2.38 every extra
';000 galloiis.'
The city sewer rates will be
"$23 up. to 3.000 gallons, and
'for each additional 1.000
Sgallons,i there will be an
additional 12 monthly charge
Se\wer raies for'outside the
cit~ limits will be $28.75 up to
3,000 gallons and an additional
$2.50 for ever\ extra 1l,O()i:
.gallons: The ma\imuni
months residential charge for
cil\ water is set at $36 75 and
for outside the city limits. the,
ma\imum residential water
rate is $45.94 per month.
The new residential garbage
collection rate is $!0 per
month inside the cit\ limits
and $12 50 a mimnth outside
,:it.\ lm t-_..


Tyrell Udell


Five-year-old saves

his family from a fire


Approximately two weeks
ago,, 5-year-old Tyrell Udell
saved the lives of members of
his family.
According to his mom,
Angela Howard, Tyrell noticed
a fire inside his apartment on
S.R. 100 and alerted his great-
grandmother, Emma Pinkney,
great-grandfather, Ed Pinkney,
and great aunt, Betty Smith
who were all in another area
inside the apartment.
Because of his quick


thinking, his family members
were all able to call for help
and get out of the apartment
without injury.
Howard said this isn't the
first time Tyrell has saved his
great-grandmother's life.
A month before the fire,
Tyrell was alone in the
apartment with Pinkney. She
had an accidental fall and,
remembering what he learned
in his class at Head Start,
Tyrell dialed 911 to get help
for her.


Changes
regarding the
use of
wireless
devices
during FCAT
An important change will be
in effect for future FCAT tests,
beginning with the October
2007 retakes.
Due to concerns based on
recent security violations
involving the use of camera
phones, school district policy
now states that any wireless
device such as a cell phone,
camera or I-pod are not
allowed during testing.
Past policy has stated that
any violation "may" result in
the test being voided. New
policy changes now states that
if, during testing, a student is
found to be in possession of or
within reach of a wireless
electronic device that can be
used to transmit, calculate,
record or otherwise copy
information, the test "will" be
rendered invalid.
It.is;not the intention of the'
district to restrict student
privileges or alter existing
policies, but to work within the
framework of existing laws to
maintain the security of the
FCAT.
Any questions should be
directed to the school guidance
office.


Fuel leak from 1983 still plagues downtown Lake Butler


BY' TERESA STONE-IRWVIN

in Januar, 19 -1. ci,. ,-f
Lake Birle eiihplo.ees began .'- 6
mnstalling a n ,e s er line tha' -'
% 'as expected it s.,le part ,:,f
the gas leakage problem being
e e pe r en, ed ,-,n South.l. .,st
First Street iii d .. nt..., n I..e
Butler '
Jut two months.: earlier. cit,
workers n eltiL.ed a smell ,I
S asoline around the sev er
Slnes, but thougimr that i: ei a
one-time: ,,ccurr-e"ce. perhajp .
from someone duniping ga
into the se''.r "i:S in. president
of tibh Lre.a b-in/r. caniplainr _-.:
of a tuel- rel i ,1 n tfl ..r
bathroom .
Then, .l Jfan:l" 1' 4.
more than (1,11 Ljke Butler
S Middle School students ..r
evacuated to their ld gen,
when the smell of Las.-li ine
. : ,.aporr % ere .',nri'ing trom li tie'-,'t ",
bathrooni in lthe F iny ,I Il c '.
School
Clit \a ,lIers u,..J fire foam -
Sto flush the ogas 'out: of the Hr
i .se'er .syIem twice. School of D ER hoids up a
superintendent Jimmy :Cas6n : botte fled with
aid there was.. not an :. ullh. Was
S immetliate thre.,a. o the found te 'aler
students,l bu tlir e' ac.uaiion ru ,en ip.984.
was ordered to be on'the safe ..
side. .
Neither the high school nor ''
elementary school was... :
S affected, by the gas ap.ir, car ir i. .e. aee without
because they are on dilrererr th a yi of
sewer lines than. the middle P'
school. '. : n' n a ,in i 1 he id line
SState, deputy fire marshal \,:.!jJ I J ....n ir,.c J ed .
SDon King: :rid the iiiiri;n of However, the DER''s
.. the ftumes was no' piobable,
but the furj:.s did. constitute a
health hazard if some degree NA: IPPY BIRTHPA
to the 'residents-' who lii.e.l .
S along the sevr line in that Nadia DIew Norm,
area.
The. city put in nev gjs- 9/ 7
resistant sewer lines alonn the :
south side of Southv..est First HappI Biltthdlla t OL
Street. The lines \\ere \pected I. I tle "IVA 1A"'
to solve the problem b" ;
A : Love ,',o OIU
N i P:7n,;: Snmith


DER discovers
source of
contamination
Since no one could be sure
the gas would not be able to
enter the sewer lines again, the
only alternative was to try to
get the gas out of the ground.
A recovery Well, estimated
to cost $15,000 and an
additional $1500 per month in
rent, was installed.
DER was called in to try to
determine the source of the
contamination. A company


(RIGHT) In 2007, -
Austin Hofmeister
of Fortis ,
Environmental
shows how much
fuel is sitting on
top of the
groundwater.

problem v.ith the contamrin.lc:,l
land arid the leakage itself
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representative said they had
narrowed the source down to
two possible fuel stations on
Main Street: Shadd's Shell
Station (located where Shatto
Heating & Air is today) or the
Cargo Station (once located on
the vacant lot between
Mercantile Bank and the
historical museum).
Over time, fuel leaked out of
underground storage tanks and
formed a plume, or
contaminated area 30 to 40
feet thick in the ground
throughout the four-block.area
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IDOL II
Continued from p. 2A
"I actually like that feeling
in my stomach. If I didn't feel
it, I'd know I had lost what it
takes. I always pray before I
get on stage."

What song did you pick
for round one and why?

"'I Wonder' by Kellie
Pickler."

Who is your favorite
musical artist or what is your
favorite song?

"My favorite singer is Patsy
Cline. I love her songs 'Love
Sick Blues' and 'Walking
After Midnight,' the song I
sang in my very first Tiger Idol
competition.

What would you like to do
if you win the first-place
award?

"Use it for the Youth
Evangelistic Team, YET, a
national travelling singing
group associated with
Harmony Free Will Baptist."

What are your plans after
high school?

"I want to attend community
college in Georgia and go on
to the University of Georgia.

I plan to try out for
American Idol the summer
after I graduate."

Who is your idol?

"Patsy Cline. Also my older
sister, Maci Turner, who is the
strongest person I know."


;: Legals J


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING
AN AMENDMENT
TO THE TOWN OF RAIFORD
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF RAIFORD, FLORIDA,
SERVING AS T.HE 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 amendment, as described
below, will be heard by the Town
Council, serving as the Local
Planning Agency of the Town of
Raiford, Florida, at a public hearing
on October 9,2007 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.
CPA 07-1,.an application by the
Town Council, to amend the text of
the Comprehensive Plan by adding a
Public School Facilities Element to
the Comprehensive Plan.
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
notice regarding this matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar 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.
SCopies of the amendment are
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
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
9/20 2tchg 9/27

NOTICE OF PUBUC
HEARING CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE CITY
OF LAKE BUTLER
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA, SERVING AS THE
PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD
OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA AND THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, comments, objections
and recommendations concerning an
amendment, as described below, to
the City of Lake Butler
Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter
referred to as the Comprehensive
Plan, will be heard by the City
Commission of the City of Lake
Butler, Florida, serving as the
Planning and Zoning Board of the
City of Lake Butler, Florida, and the
Local Planning Agency of Lake
Butler, Florida, at a public hearing on
October 8, 2007 at 5:15 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the City Commission
Meeting Room, City Hall, located at
200 Southwest 1st Street, Lake
Butler, Florida.
CPA 07-3, an application, by the City
Commission, to amend the text of the
Comprehensive Plan by adding a
Public School Facilities Element to
the Comprehensive Plan.
The public hearing may be continued


Gracie Rambo, 15, tenth-grader


What prompted you to
enter the Tiger Idol
competition?

"I was in the competition
last year and I had a lot of fun.
I wasn't going to enter this
year, but then my grandpa
reminded me that when I was
voted off last year, I promised
to be back."

What other
extracurricular activities are
you involved in?


to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that nb further notice
concerning the matter will be
published; unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar-weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the
amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the City Manager, City Hall
located at 200 Southwest First Street,
Lake Butler, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for- such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
9/27 ltchg
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE
UNION COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SERVING AS
THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AND THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and
the Union County Land Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning an amendment, as
described below, will be heard by the
Board of County Commissioners of
Union County, Florida, serving as the
Planning and Zoning Board of Union
County, Florida, and the Local
Planning Agency of Union County,
Florida, at a public hearing on October
15, 2007 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard,
in the Board of County
Commissioners Meeting Room,
County Courthouse, located at 55
West Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida.
CPA 07-1, an application by the Board
of County Commissioners, to amend
the text of the Comprehensive Plan by
adding a Public School Facilities
Element to the Comprehensive Plan.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation'of the public hearing shall
be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation -
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection, at the
Office of the Board of County
Commissioners, located at 15
Northeast First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
dedde to appeal any decision made at
the above referenced public hearing,
they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceeding is
made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
9/27 ltchg
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 63-2007-CA-48
DIVISION T
WASHINGTON MUTUAL
MORTGAGE: SECURITIES CORP.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KETSIA SIMEUS, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN


"FFA and the Drama Club.
I'm also going to assist with
sewing costumes for drama
this year."

Do you play any musical
instruments?

"I have a friend that is
willing to teach me to play the
harp, only I haven't had time
yet."

Did you get nervous up on
stage, and if so, what did you
do to relax yourself?


pursuant to a Final Judgement of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
September 19, 2007 and entered in
Case No. 63-2007-CA-48 of the
Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for UNION County,
Florida wherein WASHINGTON
MUTUAL MORTGAGE
SECURITIES CORP., is the Plaintiff
and KETSIA SIMEUS; JAMES
SIMEUS; are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at FRONT DOOR OF THE
MIDDLE OF THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. at 11:00 AM, on
the 25th day of October, 2007, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgement:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST. 1/4'OF SECTION
17 TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE
21 EAST, UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1/2
INCH IRON ROD LOCATED AT
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID
SECTION 17 AND RUN NORTH 88
DEGREES, 54 MINUTES, 46
SECONDS EAST, AS A BASIS OF
BEARINGS, ALONG THE SOUTH
LINE OF SAID SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR A
DISTANCE OF 309.12 FEET TO A
SET 1/2 INCH IRON ROD FOR
THE POINT OF BEGINNING
FROM THE POINT OF
BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
RUN NORTH 01 DEGREE 42
MINUTES 25 SECONDS WEST
FOR A DISTANCE OF 309.40 FEET
TO A FOUND 4" X 3" CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 55
MINUTES 27 SECONDS WEST
FOR A DISTANCE OF 297.91 FEET
TO A FOUND 4" X 4" CONCRETE
MONUMENT LOCATED ON THE
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF NORTHEAST 233RD LANE,
ALSO KNOWN AS SAPP
CEMETERY ROAD; THENCE
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 47
MINUTES 19 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY
LINE, FOR A DISTANCE OF 348.13
FFET TO A FOUND 4" X 4"
CONCRETE MONUMENT
THENCE RUN NORTH 88
DEGREES 43 MINUTES 13
SECONDS EAST FOR A
DISTANCE OF 193.78 FEET TO A
FOUND 4" X 4" CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 86 DEGREES 38
MINUTES 47'SECONDS EAST
FOR A DISTANCE OF 380.34 FEET
TO A FOUND 4" X 4" CONCRETE
MONUMENT THENCE RUN
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 54
MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST
FOR A DISTANCE OF 29.03 FEET
TO A SET 1/2"' IRON ROD;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00
DEGREES 57 MINUTES 22
SECONDS EAST FOR A'
DISTANCE OF 628.76 FEET TO A
SET 1/2" IRON ROD LOCATED
ON THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 THENCE RUN
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 54
MINUTES 46 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE OF
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST- 1/4, FOR A
DISTANCE OF 243.06 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO A COUNTY
GRADED ROAD KNOWN AS
NORTHEAST 235TH COURT
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE
THEREOF.
A/K/A 13135 NE 235TH COURT,
RAIFORD, FL 32083
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must file
,.a claim within sixty (60) days after
the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on September 24, 2007.
Regina Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate in this
proceeding should contact (904)
496-3711 (voice) or (904) 374-3639
(Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay
Service at 1-800-955-8771.
9/27 2tchg 10/4


"I didn't get nervous near as
much this year as I did last
year. That's what messed me
up last year, because I got so
nervous I forgot my lines."

What song did you pick
for round one?


'"When You Kiss Me' by
Shania Twain."

Who is your. favorite
musical artist or what is your
favorite song?

"I like rock music, but not
too much of the screaming
rock. My favorite song right
now is 'Life is Beautiful' by
Sixx A.M." ,

What would you like to do
if you win the first-place
award?

"Well, I see how my brother
is struggling to pay for college,
even with loans and grants, so
I would want to put it away for
college."

What are your plans after
high school?

"I want to become a
veterinarian, but not just your
ordinary vet. I want to work
with exotic animals and
especially whales."

Who is your idol?

"My grandpa, Robert
Lukatz. After my grandma had
a stroke, he remained faithful
and just went with the flow.
He is a very understanding
man."


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Matt Haas, 14, tenth-grader

What prompted you to
enter the Tiger Idol
competition?

"I just like to sing."

Have you ever entered any
other competitions or
performances such as acting,
singing or dancing?

"I won an American Idol
competition when I attended,a
camp in Georgia."

What other
extracurricular activities are
you involved in?

"I'm in the UCHS band and
in FFA. I'm planning to try out
for the basketball team."

Do you play any musical
instruments?


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"I play the trombone and
piano. I'm working on learning
the guitar."
Did you get nervotis up on
stage, and if so, what did you
do to relax yourself?

"I wasn't nervous until 'I
started hearing the others
perform. It might sound crazy,
but I just started jumping up
and down in place to relax
myself."

What song did you "pick
for round one and why?

"'Lean on Me,' the dc Talk
version. I like the way the song
makes me feel."

Who is your favorite.
musical artist or what is your
favorite song?

"My favorite is the Christian
contemporary group, Audio
Adrenaline."

Who do people tell you
your voice reminds them of?,

"Lots of people ask me to
siig for them and a girl once
told me I sound like Elliott
Yamin from American Idol."

What would you like to do
if you win the first-place
award?

"I'd like to give it to my
mom because she's always
been there for me."

What are your plans after
high school?

"I want to attend the
University of North Carolina. I
visited the campus before and
there's just something about
that school that gets me
excited about college."

Who is your idol?

"My mom, Kim Haas."


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
Union County, Florida proposes to AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR ADDING
regulate the use of land within the area A PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES
as shown on the map below by.- ELEMENT TOTHE COMPREHENSIVE
amending the text of the Union County PLAN; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
referred to as the Comprehensive Plan, CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
as follows: EFFECTIVE DATE.


CPA 07-01, an application by th.e Board
of County Commissioners, to amend
the text of the Comprehensive Plan by
adding a Public School Facilities
Element to the Comprehensive Plan.
UNION COUNTY


LEGEND
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The first of two public hearings
concerning the amendment and the first
reading of an ordinance adopting the
amendment will be conducted by the
Board of County Commissioners on
October 15, 2007 at 7:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the Board of County
Commissioners Meeting Room, County
Courthouse, located at 55 West Main

Street, Lake Butler, Florida. The title of
said ordinance reads, as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF THE
UNION COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH


The public hearing is being conducted
by the Board of County Commissioners
to consider transmittal of the
amendment to the Florida Department
of Community Affairs.
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date,
time and place of any continuation of
the public hearing shall be announced
during the public hearing and that no
further notice concerning the matter will
be published.
At the aforementioned public hearing;:
all interested persons may appear and.
be heard with respect to the:
amendment and the ordinance adopting
said amendment on the date, time and
place as stated above. Copies of the
amendment and the ordinance adopting
said amendment are available for public
inspection at the Office of the Board of
County Commissioners, located at 15
Northeast First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made at
the 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.
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2007 UuON COUNTY. ..iES Page 5A


What is being done about


fuel leaks 23 years later


Years ago, underground fuel
tanks were not as secure as
they are today.
Gas tanks installed in the
'60s, '70s, and '80s were not
insulated and did not have
extra thick walls nor any type
of safety and containment
measures. Cracks would
frequently appear, and great
amounts of fuel would leak out
into the ground around the gas
station as well as surrounding
areas.
In the 1980s, such a leak
was discovered right here in
Lake Butler.
In 1993, an engineering
company came in and drew up
plans for a system they
estimated would take four or
more years to clean up the
groundwater. However, 14
years later, this plan is still
trying to clean up this fuel
leak.
SAs it turned out, the leak
was much bigger than


FUEL
Continued from p. 3A

where the service stations were
located. The majority of the
contamination is located in the
shallow groundwater table.
DER compared samples
taken from ditches dug near
the contaminated line to
compare to samples taken from
the tanks at each station. Due
to the fact that companies put
tracer chemicals in their gas, it
was expected that
identification would be
relatively easy.
National Fire Protection
Association regulations show
that if any more than .05
gallons of gas leaks out in an
-..hour, the tank is weak. If the
leakage is less than .05 gallons
per hour, then thee tank is
considered stable.
Tests conducted by T.P.
Herndon Co. in February 1984,
indicated that one tank at the
Cargo Station was leaking
about 0.134 gallons per hour,
or about three gallons per day., I
"A' sample of gasoline, taken
from the groundwater where
two abandoned tanks
belonging to- Shadd's Shell
were buried, was found to
contain leaded gasoline-not
unleaded gasoline-as was
found in the monitor well on
Southwest First Street.
Eventually, it was found that
the contamination came from
four service stations located on
Main Street.
., Shell, Cargo, the Union 76
Station (across from thW
courthouse where Welch's is
today), and an old service
station where Bielling's Tire is
now located, all contributed to
the gas leaks according to the
project engineer Kevin Warner
of ABB Environmental in
Tallahassee.
The DER mobilized Fred
Huff Petroleum Installation.
Company to quickly begin
counteracting the long-term
problem of the gasoline-
contaminated land along
Southwest First Street behind
Shell, the Handy Way and
Cargo and in the area south of
the road.
Funding for 34 recovery
wells came from a special trust
'fund set up by the state.
Huff installed an air stripper
.pump to clean the gasoline out
Qof the ground water on
Southwest Second Street. A
-huge tank was placed to store
the cleaned ground water until
-it could be tested to ensure its
purity. When the water was
found to have one part per
-"iiillion gasoline or less, it was
considered to be safe to pump
it into the sewer system.


originally thought There is
still oil that needs-to be-
cleaned up. How do you clean
up an fuel leak anyway?
There are a number of ways,
depending on how much of a
contamination there is. In the
case of Lake Butler's fuel leak,
the level of contamination is
high, so drastic measures are
needed.
A company by the name of
Fprtis out of Tallahassee is in
charge of the Lake Butler
tdeanup. The first thing done
was to simply try to bail the
fuel out of the ground. Fuel,
being less dense, floats on top
of the water.
If the underground water
level is low enough, you can
siphon off the gas through
recovery wells and pumps.
While this has removed a great
deal of fuel from the ground,
there is still a lot left.
The next thing was to install
a bioremediation system.
Bioremediation is the use of


Bill Horn of DER said,
"There is no way to tell at this
stage how long it will take."
He said they would just
continue to pump until they
got no more gasoline in with
the water. He said it could take
a few months or even a year.
The pumps were put on
automatic recovery, which
means that they deteunine tme
amount of gasoline in the
ground water by using an
electronic probe. When the
gasoline content reaches a
certain amount, they will turn
on automatically and skim the
gasoline from the top of the
water and pump it.out of the
drain.
Worthington
Springs resident
finds yet another
petroleum leak in
his well
Meanwhile, in May 1984,
the DER decided to put in
monitor wells in Worthington
Springs around the residence
of Gerald Guynn on S.R. 121
in effort to find where the',
gasoline that kept showing up'
in his well was coming frbm.
Horn said that O and, H
Materials would install 12
monitor wells around the area
to determine the direction of
the groundwater flow and the
extent of the contamination.
Horn said that apparently
only one well in Worthington
Springs had been affected as
they tested their neighbors'
wells the month before and
they were okay.
When pulling Guynn's well
out, they found that it was
much shallower than thought-
only about 22 feet. If the well
had been deeper, the problem
might have been more serious,
Horn said.
DER hoped to be able to
advise Guynn on where they
should drill their new well so
that the gasoline would not get
into it. At the time, they were
hooked up to the trucking
company next door, Mid-
Florida Rock Hauling, by
rubber pipe. DER was to
determine if a gasoline
recovery system was needed.
By this time, the recovery
well that was placed in
downtown Lake Butler on
Southwest First Street had
been in full operation for a few
months and had pumped about
2,700 gallons of gasoline out
of the ground as of May 1984,
averaging about 300 gallons
per week.
The gasoline found was
about 10 feet below ground
level. In one of the 34
monitoring wells installed,
about 14.5 inches of liquid was


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natural chemicals to repair the
- natural things that need to be
repaired.
A big problem with fuel
spills is that fuel contains
cancer-causing chemicals
called benzene and toluene.
With fuel bioremediation,
oxygen is forced into they
groundwater, acting as a type
of neutralizer which destroys
the berizene and toluene.
However, this still was not
cleaning up the bulk of the fuel
leak.
It was then decided that the
only thing to be done that
would have a greater impact
on the spill was to install a
huge bioremediation system
complete with a compressor
and a stripper tower system.
With this system, a
compressor pulls the fumes
from the air, and channels the
air into a large broiler. The
broiler then heats up to 400
degrees and burns all the
chemicals off in the air until


found to be almost pure-gas.
Another had 17 inches of
liquid that was nearly all gas,
the third had only 5 1/2 inches
mostly gas.
DER ran tests to make sure
the percentage of gasoline
going into the sewer system
was acceptable. Results
indicated that the amount of
gasoline in the water is less
than 1 part per billion, which
means that it is below
detection level, according to
Horn.
There are two check systems
to ensure that gasoline does
not get into the sewer, he said.
"I can't say how long the
recovery well will have:to2-
keep operating; it might go on
a long time," Horn said.
He was also unsure of just
how long the contamination
had been going on outside of
an educated guess of more
than three months.
Because gasoline floats on
water, as long as the water
table remained below the
sewer line, the gas also
remained below the sewer line.
When heavy rains came and
more water soaked into the
ground, the gas floated on die
water and found its way up
into the sewer line. It was only
when the gas was in the sewer
that it was first detected in,
November 1983.
Today, the recovery system
is monitored by Fortis
Environmental Group.
Advances in technology have
made it possible for them to
hook up to the system via a
computer. This also allows
them to be notified if an
emergency takes place in the
water recovery system. Every
month, the system is
physically checked and every
three months, employees come
to Lake Butler and take
samples from the wells.
At the time of installation,
ABB estimated the total cost
of the project including water
sampling for the first three to
five years to amount to more
than $1 million.


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Ag communication students (I-r) Kyle Foerman, Emily Brown, Janae Liptrap,
Alyssa Roddenberry, Brittany Gay, Markie Emery, Raishell Tetstone, Natasha
Wells, Olivia Bennett and Thomas Koontz.


only clean air is left. Most of
that air is slowly released back
into the atmosphere, while a
small part is channelled into
the stripper towers. The
stripper towers pull in
contaminated water that is
pumped from various wells
around the contamination site.
The water is then pushed to
the top of the towers, and then
as the water trickles down, air
is pushed up through the water,
thereby stripping it of the
harmful chemicals. The clean
water is then pumped back into
the ground.
Today, gas tank leaks don't
happen very often. We have
much more secure measures
now then we did in' the '80s.
The fuel spill in Lake Butler
that happened 20 years ago is,
however, still causing
problems. We are still trying to
fix what was broken a long
time ago.
Do your part to keep your
family safe and your town
clean by being careful about
the water you drink and by
keeping fuel out of the ground.


Submitted by Emily Brown,
a student at UCHS who wrote
this feature following a field
trip taken by Amanda James'
Ag Communications class.


Austin Hohfmeister of Fortis Environmental shows
students Emily Brown and Thomas Koontz how the
filtration system works to clean the contaminates ouf of
the water.


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE


The Town Council of the
Raiford, Florida, proposes t
the use of land within the area
the map below, by amending
the Town of Raiford Comp
Plan, hereinafter referred t
Comprehensive Plan, as follow
CPA 07-1, an application, by
Council, to amend the te:
Comprehensive Plan by adding
School Facilities Element
-Comprehensive Plan.
Town of
Raiford -


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The first of two public
concerning the amendment at
reading of the ordinance ad(
amendment will be conductE
Town Council on October 9
5:00 p.m., or as soon thereaf
matter can be heard,in t
Council Meeting Room at thi
Raiford Town Hall located
intersection of State Road
County Road 229, Raiford, Fl(
title of said ordinance reads, a
ORDINANCE NO. 07-
AN ORDINANCE OF THE T
RAIFORD, FLORIDA, RELA
AN AMENDMENT OF THE
THE TOWN OF
COMPREHENSIVE
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICI
THE TOWN COUNCIL, UN[
AMENDMENT PROC


Town of ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
o change 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
shown on FLQRIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED;
the text of PROVIDING FOR ADDING A PUBLIC
)rehensive SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT TO
o as the THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN;
ws: PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
the Town :REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
xt of the CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
ig a Public EFFECTIVE DATE
., to the The public hearing is being conducted
:...'"'.;:by the Town Council to consider
transmittal of the amendment to the
Florida Department of Community
-/ Affairs.
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date,
time and place of any continuation of
*4 the public hearing shall be announced
during the public hearing and that no
further notice concerning the matter will
S be published.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
hearings all interested persons may appear and
nd the first be heard with .respect to the
opting the amendment and the ordinance adopting
ed by the said amendment on the date, time and
2007 at place as stated above.
ter as the Copies of the amendment are available
:he Town for public inspection at the Office of the
e Town of Town Clerk, located in the Town of
d at the Raiford Town Hall located at the
121 and intersection of State Road 121 and
orida. The County Road 229, Raiford, Florida,
as follows: during regular business hours.
07' All persons are advised that, if they
'OWN OF decide to appeal any decisions made at
TING TO the public hearing, they will need a
TEXT OF record of the proceedings and, for such
RAIFORD purpose, they may need to ensure that
PLAN, a verbatim record of the proceedings is
ATION BY made, which record includes the
DER THE testimony and evidence upon which the
;EDURES appeal is to be based. UCT 1tchg 9/27


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Tyler Brantley and Garrett McRee on trumpets.


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Guthrie
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BAND
Continued from p. 1A
drumset to go with the jazz
band, she put in a call to
Superintendent Carlton Faulk.
"He made it happen,"
Dorsey said. "Mr. Faulk has
been really great and remains
supportive of the kids and
what they do."
In order to raise money for
the band program, students sell
advertisements as well as hold
a cookie dough fundraiser.



Due to space
constraints,
pictures of the
pee-wee
football team,
cheerleading
squad and Union
County Sharks
fall baseball
team will run in
next week's
paper.
Also, the article
on the new
teachers at Lake
Butler Middle
School will be
featured next
week.


Many band parents and others
volunteers travel with the band
to away games, helping
students get ready for
performances. Some also
volunteer to work the
concession stands at home
games.
Right now, Dorsey said that
what the students need the
most is a larger band room at
both the middle school and the
high school. She is hoping to
find someone who can offer
her some assistance with


applying for grants..
Dorsey teaches three classes
a day and spends the rest of
her time either giving free
tutoring lessons or helping out
Dirk Schmidt with the Lake
Butler Middle School band
program.
This season, the marching
band's halftime show consists
of a James Bond 007 theme.
Songs played are Paul
McCartney's 'Live and Let
Die' and Shirley Bassey's
'Goldfinger.'


This UCHS Tigers fan was spotted at last Friday's
game against the Newberry High School Panthers.
If you get spotted by the Union County Times
photographer and your photo appears In the paper,
cut the photo out and bring it to Klrby Laser and
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Winners must appear in person no later than
Monday at 5:30 p.m. following the date the picture
appears in the newspaper.


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE


The City Commission of the City of Lake
Butler, Florida proposes to change the
use of land within the area shown on the
map below, by amending the text of the
City of Lake Butler Comprehensive
Plan, hereinafter referred to as the
Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
CPA 07-3, an application, by the City
Commission, to amend the text of the
Comprehensive Plan by adding a Public
School Facilities Element to the
Comprehensive Plan.
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
crrY OF LAKE BUTLER


The first of two public hearings on the
proposed amendment and the first
reading of an ordinance adopting the
amendment will be conducted by the
City Commission on October 8, 2007 at
5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the City
Commission Meeting Room, City Hall,
located at 200 Southwest 1st Street,
Lake Butler, Florida. The title of said
ordinance reads, as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA, RELATING
TO AN AMENDMENT OF THE TEXT
OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY
THE CITY COMMISSION, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES


ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3'161 THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED;
PROVIDING FOR ADDING A PUBLIC
SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT TO
THE- COMPREHENSIVE PLAN;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN,
EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that. the date,
time and place of any continuation of
this public hearing shall be announced
during the public hearing and that no
further notices regarding the matter will
be published.
The public hearing is being conducted
by the City Commission to consider
transmittal of the amendment to the
Florida Department of Community
Affairs.
At the aforementioned public hearing,,
all interested persons may appear and
heard with respect to the amendment
and the ordinance adopting the
amendment on the date, time and place
as stated above.
Copies of the amendment and the
ordinance adopting said amendment
are available for public inspection at the
Office of the City Manager in the City of
Lake Butler City Hall, at 200 Southwest.
1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida, during
regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made at
the 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.
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Regional News

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


New soul food restaurant very much 'a family affair'
BY ARNIE HARRIS years in the Department of income got him thinking about signal from God to make the Wayne, wanting to Commissioner and acting
Telegraph Staff Writer Corrections in the various opening up a restaurant for his nmerican ulreai come uuo for accomplish the family's goal mayor Carolyn Spooner for her
facilities in and around Starke, mother. his mother and the whole the right way with a minimum inspiration and assistance.
Many years ago the singing felt like it was time for a Seven months ago, when he family. Wayne, his wife of pitfalls, was thankful for the This of course included
group, Sly and the Family change. saw the building where Cynthia (who runs a beauty advice of many of Starke's getting the restaurant properly
Stone had a hit with the song, This, combined with the fact neighborhood fixture Willie supply store in the same leading business people as to licensed and certified, which
"It's a Family Affair." that his father, Hubert Berry Sr Brown had his barber shop for building) and his seven how to get Jessie Berry's Place Wayne said took a frustrating
They could very well have died a few years ago and his rent, he considered this as an siblings all got to work on the off the ground. He also had SOUL pa 3E
been singing about Jessie mother had to live on a fixed answer to his prayers and a idea. great praise for City See SOUL page 3
Berry's family, who have
joined together to help make
their mother's new restaurant,
"Jessie Berry's Place," a
success. V 9 l
Located right off of S.R. 16 7 a
on Oak Street, the restaurant
opened for business on Aug.
31. For those who love soul
food, said Berry's son, Wayne,
it is the place to come in ;Oa for our
Starke.
Not that that's any great .l.
secret for those who have'
known the Berry family for
many years and are aware of, r
Jessie's legendary ways
around a kitchen.
"We constantly were having
get-togethers for our family,
which now includes friends
and neighbors. At any given
affair of this sort there may be
anywhere up to 60 people COME IN TODAY AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE
coming by to feast on my
mom'scooking,"saidayne.HUGE MARKDOWNS! WE HAVE A VEHICLE FOR EVERY
Wayne, who worked 23
FAMILY MEMBER... AND A MONTHLY PAYMENT

Prayer vigil THAT WILL FIT ANYBODY'S BUDGET!
Prayer vigil
set Saturday Warra ty Service Available
BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
This Saturday, Sept. 29 the '00 FORD ESCORT '98 CHEVY CAVALIER '96 FORD TAURUS GL '96 FORD MUSTANG
This Saturday, Sept. 29 the
15'" Annual Prayer Vigil for i
Earth will be observed at the
First American Culture Center.
As explained by Dr. Rick -
Knight, owner and proprietor .,
of the center, the vigil began in
1992 when representatives of
the five Lakota Nations of-ffie 4- -
North Plains decided it was -
time for an annual prayer vigil .I.'- tt '
each autumn at the National 5 5 4,4995
Mail in Washington, D.C. -T IEI,,,.. ._',,: STK I "
Since that first convocation,
the prayer vigil has spread to
include all religions of all' ,_
nations, and vigils are held all '99 CHEVY LUMINA LS '99 FORD TAURUS SE '98 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE SE '96 FORD F-150 XL
over the United States and in
foreign lands.
Knight's First American r ,
Culture Center has been tam -
specifically designated as a I P'
prayer vigil site.
Central to the day of player
is the sacred pipe (or in ', "t -
chanunpa) and ceremony, said
Knight. i
"Simply put," said Knight,
"when the sacred pipe is lit and
inhaled, the smoke coming
from the mouth symbolizes the ST 5 91-15 ST 4 2 $ 5 9 I 5 T $4 4 9
truth being spoken, and the
plume of smoke provide a path _
for prayers to reach the Great
Spirit, and for the Great Spirit '01 CHEVY BLAZER LT '00 DODGE GR. CARAVAN '00 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX '99 BUICK REGAL GS
to travel down to Mother
Earth."
The prayer is for unity, .i
brotherhood and.peace among- .... ; -
all peoples, said Knight. _.
The pipe is passed around it
a circle and the particular
smoker, as he faces the four
directions, makes an offering
of the tobacco to Mother Earth
and says a prayer. '
The sacred ceremony's s8,995 7,495 8,995 8,695
origin, Knight said, goes backm''88 95
to the ancient Lakotan legetid ,STk i T ... 99
of Ptesan-Wi,. or the holy.'.
White Buffalo Woman, who
appeared to one of the Lakota
tribes, the Itazipcho. She '97 FORD F-150 '02 FORD F-150 '01 FORD EXPLORER KLT '01 FORD RANGER
instructed them how to set up
their tipi with a sacred altar
and then presented to them the
chanunpa and taught them how
to smoke the pipe and the
prayers that were to be said..
The future return of Ptesan-
Wi as a white buffalo is seen
as the harbinger of a time of -
great spiritual transformation.
Saturday's prayer vigil will -"
be' held from 9-a.m. to 5 p.m. 9 5 9 995 9 95 8 9 5
at the center and-visitors of all
races and creeds are welcomed .. ",Tkl II
to observe and/or participate in
the pipe ceremony, Knight "ClusOmuier Sctisf/clion Has Beeu Our To > Priorit' Since 1947 "
Nationally known native
flute artist, Gordon Gulledge is CALL TODAY
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Knight said the ceremony 1018 N. TEMPLE AVE a
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times during the day, so that oTRKI, 3 0 1
visitors need not be concerned OR 964-6461
about what time they arrive inAUTO SALES
order to participate. He \AUTO SALES


suggested that people might
want to bring lawn chairs
when they attend the vigil on
Sept. 29.
The First American Culture
Center is located at 19859 U.S. :
301-North, five miles north of
Starke and three miles south of
Lawtey.


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-B-SECTION Sept. 27, 2007


Scott and
Brannon are
wed
Lisa Carol Ellinger Scott and
Gradey Michael Brannon were
married on Saturday, July 14,
at Bradford Baptist Church in
Starke. ,
Pastor Rick Jackson
performed the ceremony and
Tricia Clark was the pianist. A
reception followed at Bradford
Baptist Church Fellowship
Hall.
The bride is the daughter of
the late Wayne Ellinger and
Deloris and Dale Blackford.
The groom is the son of the
late Gradey Brannon and Jean
Brannon of Defuniak Springs.
The bride is a graduate of
Grace Baptist Christian School
in Plymouth, Ind. She is
employed with the Bradford
County Clerk of Court and
attends Bradford Baptist
Church.
The groom is a graduate of
Walton High School in
Defuniak. He is employed by
the postal service in Starke. He
attends Madison Street Baptist
Church.
- The bride wore a floor-
length, straight, strapless, ivory
gown with a sheer short-sleeve
overlay that had iridescent
beading, and she carried ivory
roses.
The bridesmaids were


Megan Manniog and
Justin Starling


Manning-
Starling to
wed
Linda Manning of Lawtey
announces the upcoming
marriage of her daughter,
Megan Marie Manning, to
Justin Fleming Starling, the
son of Jimmy Starling Jr. of
Starke and Ginger McCoy of
Grand Prairie Texas.
Manning is a graduate of
Lawtey Baptist Academy.
Starling is a Graduate of
Bradford High School.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007, at 2
p. m. at Mt. Zion Baptist
Church in Jacksonville. A
reception will follow at the
- hurch.


Mr. & Mrs. Gradey Brannon
Melissa and Diane Scott,
daughters of the bride. Melissa
wore a floor-length periwinkle,
georgette gown with front and
back drape. Diane wore a
floor-length, pastel pink,
georgette gown with front and
back drape also. They both
carried pastel colored
bouquets.
The groom wore a black
tuxedo with an ivory rose
boutonniere.
His groomsmen were Phillip
and Aaron Brannon, his sons.
They wore black tuxedos with
pastel pink and periwinkle
boutonnieres.
The couple honeymooned in
St. Augistine and in Westin.
The couple will reside in
Starke.


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Hayes-
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Kathy Hayes of Keystone
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approaching marriage of her
daughter, Kelly Hayes, to
Matthew Maloney, son of
Marsha Maloney of
Land'o'Lakes.
The bride-elect is a graduate
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in Starke.
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the Sweetwater Branch Inn in
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Bring a covered dish and
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rateral great-granapareni
are Ray Thomas of Starke,
Leon and Betty Minchew of
Starke, and Brian and Betty
Wvtt of Starke.
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Mason King

Mason King
Donnie King III and Jessica
L. Woods of Starke, announce
the birth of their son, Mason
Colt King, on Sept. 13, 2007.
Mason weighed 7 pounds, 2
ounces and measured 21 inches
in length.
Mason joins two siblings,
Colby King of Starke and
Hunter King of Georgia. .
Maternal grandparents are
John and Peggy Cowart of
Starke and Lester "Gene"
Woods of Raiford.
Paternal grandparents are
Donnie King Jr. of Hampton
and Tammy King of
Providence.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Johny and Liz Cowart of
Starke, and Alice Woods of
Raiford, the late Janet Brown
and the late Lester Woods.


Charles Swift


Charles Swift
Kristy and Bruce Swift of
Cincinnati, Ohio, announce the
birth of their son, Charles Arden
Swift, on July 17, 2007.
Charles weighed 7 pounds, 7
ounces and measured 19 3/4
inches in length.
Charles joins a sister,
Katherine Elizabeth Swift.
Maternal grandparents are
Charles and Ruth Johns of
Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Leon and Delores Swift of
Madison.


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three months to complete.
"Otherwise, we were ready
to open in June!" Wayne said.
Wayne, who emphasizes that
his mother is the "owner.
manager and cook," says his
job is all-around maintenance
man, along with his five
brothers. Although Wayne said
two brothers live in Atlanta.
and a sister resides in
Gainesville, they are always
ready at a moment's notice to
drop everything and help out
with the restaurant when
needed.
His sisters, Janice and Mary
Berry, are the short order
cooks, man the counter and act
as waitresses. Bringing with
them a long and impressive
history of working in food
services, the opening of a
restaurant seemed to be the
logical next step. The family
matriarch, Jessie, said she
began working in the food
industry in a very humble
fashion at age 16 when she
was a dishwasher for the now
defunct Gold House chain.
"I realized that there wasn't
much money to be made in
that position, so I decided to
learn all I could about being a
cook," Jessie said.
From there, she eventually
went on to work as a cook for
the Garden Restaurant, a long
time Starke fixture which was
located where Laredo's
Mexican Restaurant now-
stands. After honing her craft
there, she moved on to be food


c, iic. manager at the Park of
the Palms residential
community in Keystone
Heights, where she remained
for 16 years.
Meanwhile, Jessie's late
husband, Hubert was for many
years food services manager at
the Sunland of Gainesville
residential treatment center.
Their daughter, Mary,
served for 15 years in the same
capacity at Camp Keystone.
So, if ever there was a
family well qualified to open
up their own eatery,-it was this
family, Wayne said.
Jessie, aside from her many
years of employment in food
services, found herself on the
home front being the cook, not
only for her husband and eight
children, but also for three
nephews and one niece who
came to live with them after
two of her sisters passed away
at relatively young ages.
In addition, Jessie found
herself cooking for numerous
church socials, weddings and
other neighborhood events.
Wayne, having a hard time
choosing which of his versatile
mom's dishes are her
specialties, nevertheless
mentioned her chicken cordon
bleu, rib-eye steaks and ox tail
with chitterlings.
"Lets just say this," he said,
"it's just good old-fashion
home cooking'."
Wayne said business,, after
only two weeks was already
going great, which is no
surprise, since so many are
familiar with his mom's
cooking, not only in the
neighborhood, but also among


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Thursday, Sept. 27, 2007 Page 4B



Property tax cuts may stifle growth


A sign on the wall in a convenience
store caught my eye the other day.
It said the lottery had pumped $18
'billion into Florida's schools since
1988.
That's a lot of money, I thought.
Then I realized it was less than a
billion dollars a year. Didn't they
promise more when they sold us on
the lottery back then?
Actually it doesn't matter. It's just
another sign of the ebbing support for
public schools in Florida. It's easy to
see if you look around just a bit.
Take the recent rush to lower
property taxes. It may trim $7 billion
of local tax money for:schools. The
Legislature says it will replace it.
With what? They're going into
emergency mode to cut a billion
dollars or more from this year's
budget. Don't bet the ranch that
schools would ever see that $7 billion
again.
And now the Department of
Education has plans to cut $720
million from this year's public schools
budget. Is there a pattern here?
But there's an even larger problem
than that. This lost money for schools
will have a dramatic impact on growth
in Florida. In some parts of the state,
it may bring residential construction
to a grinding halt.
The reason is school concurrency.
Until recently it was an obscure part
of Florida's growth management laws.
Now it is relatively well known as
the law that restricts new residential
developments in areas where space
for new students is scarce.
In truth, school concurrency is \a
complex and highly technical law. But"
its bottom line is that someone has to
build new schools in fast growing
areas where schools are already
bursting at the seams.
Under this law, it doesn't matter
who builds the new schools. It could
be the school district or it could be
the developer. It could be the school
district and the developer working
together.
The problem is the law doesn't
give authority to raise money to build


those new schools. And that's where
the trouble starts.
The cost of building new schools
has skyrocketed lately. An elementary
school that cost $19 million three or
four years ago now costs anywhere
from $25 to $30 million. Middle
schools and high schools cost much
more.
Very few developers can front that
kind of money for a new school. And
with state and local money drying up,
few school districts can even borrow
that kind of money.
School districts have limited options
to replace lost state and local revenues.
There are some tried and true sources
as well as a couple of new ones. But
they all have shortcomings, such as:
-Impact fees sufficient to build
new schools would be a substantial
fraction of the cost of a new home.
-Local option sales taxes for school
construction require voter approval.
-Local option real estate transfer
fees require approval by the state
Legislature.
-Special taxing districts for school
construction require approval by 100
percent of the property owners in the
proposed district.
The fact is local property taxes
and state funding must do the heavy
lifting to build new schools. Without
that money, there will be fewer new
schools. With fewer new schools,
there will be fewer new residential
developments.
School concurrency goes into effect
next year. If voters approve the
property tax cut amendment, so will
the loss of revenue from property
taxes.
In the words of the old Chinese curse,
we may be headed for interesting
times.

Author Peter Rebmann is a founding
member and president of the Alachua
County School Concurrency Project, a
respected nonprofit organization that
has pioneered innovative techniques
for educating the general public about
school concurrency.


S TA. AwE~L


urges 'no'
on mud bog
Dear Editor:
Residents of Theressa have
united and are fighting to save
their -quiet and peaceful
lifestyle. The Concerned
Citizens of Theressa will go
before the Bradford County
Board of Adjustment to take
back their community from the
recent onslaught of traffic and
pollution due to the opening of-
a commercial mud bog in their
midst.
This mud bog promotes
undesirable living conditions
for the neighbors of Shaun
Ritch, one of the proprietors.
The presence of this mud bog
violates the general welfare of
the residents in many ways.
For example, it:
-Impairs the safety of
residents, especially small
children, on the dirt access
road.
-Increases traffic on the
dirt access road.
-Deteriorates the quality of
the dirt access road.
-Increases noise pollution
above 90 decibels.
-Increases air pollution
from gasoline engines.
-Increases water pollution
from oil in soil and
surrounding ponds.
-Raises many sanitation
and public health concerns.
-Reduces the property
values of residences.
-Negativley impacts the
aesthetic appearance and
increases trash. and litter in the
area.
-Causes the loss of habitat
for wildlife.
-Robs residents of a quiet,
peaceful environment.
More importantly, I believe
it is contrary to public interest
and places an unnecessary and
undue hardship on all
community residents. This
situation is not only harmful
for the community of
Theressa, but to the entire
Bradford County area. There
will be a definite decrease in
the surrounding land values
due to the presence of this
commercial operation. This
may cause Bradford County to,
have a loss in tax revenues.
As land values decrease,
taxes that can be levied
decrease. Bradford Counts is
in need of more tax revenue,
not less. All of the people of
Bradford County deserve to
have more services, not fewer
services. Property appraisers
have stated that property
values in the surrounding area
will drop if this commercial
operation is allowed to
continue. That means that tax
revenues may decrease as well.
The Bradford County budget
is tight enough as it is. The
county commissioners struggle
to provide services now.


Which services might they
have to eliminate when these
tax dollars will be lost due to
the presence of this mud bog?
How might each family be
affected by the losses in
services?
In summary, it is my opinion
that the presence of the
commercial mud bog in the
midst of a residential and
agricultural community places
an unnecessary and undue
hardship on the community
residents of Bradford County.
Members of the board of
adjustment need to act
responsibly and vote to deny
the request for a special
exception.
JoAnn Moebus
Starke

Read the
whole Bible
Dear Editor:
I am a local resident and
have been following the debate
on Sunday alcohol sales and
can no longer keep silent on
the issue.
I am saddened that people
have taken to using the
Christian faith as a reason to
oppose the idea. I have been an
earnest student of the Bible
and its associated archeology
and linguistics for 15 years
now. I suggest these people
spend the next Monday night
studying their Bibles so they
will not appear so ignorant to
their neighbors.
The Bible is the inerrant
word of God and not only does
it not condemn the moderate
use of alcohol, it actually
encourages it. In I Timothy
5:23(KJV), we are told, "Drink
no longer water, but use a little
wine for thy stomach's sake
and thine often infirmities."
A couple thousand years
later, science discovers the
health benefits of moderate
consumption of alcohol, but
we did not need them to tell us
that. There is biblical
prohibition of being drunk in
places of worship, and for
certain leaders to abstain, and
other discussions of the harm it
can cause, but this idea that
consuming any alcohol is a sin
borders on ridiculous.
It is drunkenness and its
associated evils that are a
terrible sin. Christ himself, in
one of his" 'best known
miracles, made water into'wine,
so his friends could enjoy
themselves at a wedding (and
don't give me this "it was
grape juice" nonsense, only
someone completely ignorant
of the ancient languages could
make such a baseless claim).
SIn addition to being a part of
the communion' ceremony,
wine was also used as holy
offerings, demanded out of the
mouth of God himself in
Numbers 15:10 (KJV) and in
many otlier places. It is
obvious to anyone who reads
the Bible as a whole and does


not cherry-pick verses to suit
their doctrine,, that a clear line
is drawn- between moderate
drinking and being a drunkard.
What is at issue here is
whether or not an individual
has free will and is allowed to
use it. It is fundamental to our
salvation that we have a choice
to make, good or bad.
Who are we as Christians to
determine whether a person
who is enjoying a beer during
a football game or has
company in town and who
wants to drink at supper
downtown on Sunday, or if
they are a drunkard unworthy-
of salvation?
Do you really think an
alcoholic or someone prison-
bound due to substance abuse
cannot ride out S.R. 16 a
couple miles and buy alcohol?
I take offense to the idea that:
us folks on Bayless Highway.
are morally bankrupt and our
neighborhood is not nice to
live in because alcohol is sold
here on Sunday at the corer of
S.R. 16 and C.R. 225.
It is a reasonable
compromise to say it cannot
start until noon or maybe 2
p.m., this ensures no drunks
wandering into church or
people drinking instead of
going. I rather doubt that is
actually a big problem:
anyway. Jesus did not make
demands on the Romans to
enforce his will, why should
we? If you feel it is wrong,'.
don't do it! It is really that
simple.
I know this letter will.;
offend some, hopefully open
the eyes of others. I mean no
hostility to my brothers in
Christ, but we are called on to
rebuke those doing wrong in
the name of our Lord.
I think those so vocal who
are trying to use the force of:
government to enforce their
interpretation of scripture on
the rest of us to be more
Pharisee than Christian, and I
pray they will soften their
hearts and take heed of the
warnings in Colossians 2:8
"Beware lest any man spoil
you through philosophy and
vain deceit, after the tradition
of men, after the rudiments of
the world, and not after
Christ."
Thank you and God bless,
Ryan Ramsey
Parent
withdraws
BHS student
Dear Editor:
The Bradford County school
system gives out a rule book at
the beginning of the school
year. Parents like me have to .
sign for these rules each year.
On page .26 of the 2007-2008
Bradford County Code of
Conduct you will find the rule
that relates to
telecommunications such as
See LETTER page 6B


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CRIME -]


Keystone
man collides
with building
A 43-year-old Keystone
Heights man was arrested Sept.
23 for driving under the
influence after his vehicle
crashed in Starke.
Several 911 calls were
received stating a vehicle left
the Oasis and was travelling
northbound on U.S. 301 in the
southbound lane. The vehicle, a
1995 Lincoln, was located
when it crashed into a portable
building at Sheffield Pest
Control.
Jessie Lee Parrish Jr., driver
of the vehicle, was questioned,
according to Patrolman
Michelle Davis. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage, his speech was
slurred and he had trouble
standing, Patrolman Davis said.
Parrish refused medical
treatment and refused to submit
to a breathalyzer. He was placed
in custody at 2:34 a.m. under a
$10,000 bond.

Two arrested
for stealing
Two men were charged with
stealing a tractor from a
residence on Northwest C.R.
225 at 1 a.m. on Sept. 22.
Axel Duane Barnes and Issac
David Simmons were seen by
the victim as their vehicle
pulled into his driveway,
according to Sgt. R.W. White.
The victim stated he thought
they were taking parts from his
mower, but then they started
pushing the mower from the
rear of the residence down the
driveway.
When the deputy arrived, he
observed Simmons pulling out
of the drive ay in a car and
Barnes behind the John Deemre
lawn tractor, Sgt. White said.
A set of bolt cutters and a
hammer were found in the front
seat of the vehicle, Sgt. White
said.
Barnes, 48, of Starke and
Simmons, 38, of Lawtey were
charged with grand theft and
possession of burglary tools.
Barnes was additionally charged
with possession of drug
paraphernalia after a crack stem
was found on the ground near
the tractor. Bond was set at
$35,000.
Simmons was also charged.
by Deputy Aaron Black with
grand theft of a trailer from a
residence on C.R. 100A on
Sept. 14, Barnes later admitted
he and Simmons had stolen the
trailer, which was located in
Simmons' yard, Deputy Black
said. t
Simmons' bond was set at
$30,000.


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


Amanda Joanne Hinson, 24,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 23
by Starke Sgt. William Murray
for aggravated domestic battery.
Hinson was charged with
striking, scratching and biting
the victim during a
confrontation at 2:10 a.m. on
South Thompson Street, Sgt.
Murray said. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Delores Jean Walter, 21, of
Keystone Heights and Valarie
Christa Cox, 27, of Starke
were arrested Sept. 23 by
Starke Patrolman Michelle
Davis for battery and disorderly
intoxication. Walter and Cox
were charged with punching and
fighting in the parking lot of
Allison Way at 2:49 a.m. They
both smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage, Patrolman
Davis said. Bond was set at
$2,000 on the charges. Cox
was released after a surety bond
was posted.
Ratnabhai Dahyabhai Jadav,
53, of Orange Park was arrested
Sept. 23 by Starke Patrolman
Sliawn Brown for battery and
solicitation. Jadav was charged
with grabbing and touching the
victim. He then offered to pay
the victim for sex, Patrolman
Brown said.
Kenneth Joseph Browning,
41, of Starke was arrested Sept.
20 by Bradford Deputy J. Pons
for two counts domestic
battery. Browning was charged
with striking the victims
during an argument over car
keys, Deputy Pons said. A
$2,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Scott Reid Sullivan, 43, of
St. Augustine was arrested
Sept. 23 by Bradford Deputy
Aaron Black for violation of
injunction for protection.
Sullivan and the victim were
spending the weekend together
in Starke at a local motel, thus
violating the injunction,
Deputy Black said.
Robert Jackson, "22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 21 by Clay deputies for
possession of marijuana and
drug paraphernalia.

Johnny Ray Elixson, 44, of
Starke was arrested Sept.r 21 on.
warrants;>m for .., two >, countss,
aggravated stalking with threats
and two counts harassing
telephone calls. Bond was set at
$120,000.
Matthew David Lombard,
20, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 23 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
indirect criminal contempt.
Bond was set at $220.
David Alan Wilkins, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 21 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for contempt of court,
exhibition of a firearm. Bond
was set at $420.50.

Lana Walker Ervin, 46, of
Keystone Heights was, arrested
Sept. 18 by Clay deputies on
warrants for violation of
probation possession of cocaine
with no bond.


Mark Francis Riemer, 50,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 18 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
contempt of court failure to pay
child support. He may purge by
paying $1,500.
Sumar Rayne Hamilton, 19,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested Sept. 21 by Union
Deputy Ken Smith for failure
to appear for a misdemeanor
offense. Bond was set at
$1,500.
John R. Brewer, 59, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 23 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
failure to appear for possession
of drug paraphernalia. Bond ws
set at $2,000.
Cheryl Ann Joiner, 48, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
21 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns on warrants from
Alachua County for possession
of drug paraphernalia and
possession of controlled
substance without prescription.
Bond was set at $10,000.
William Homer Scott, 25,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 23 by Deputy
Pollard on Alachua warrants for
worthless checks. Bond was set
at $1,000 on each of the six
charges. On Sept. 24 Scott was
arrested by Clay deputies on a
capias for worthless checks
with bond set at $252.
Travis William
McStephenson, 28, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 24 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for grand
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Ashley Michelle Clark, 19
of Starke was arrested Sept. 23
by Bradford deputy Lee Garnto
on capias on three counts each
of uttering counterfeit check,
grand theft and fraud scheme to
defraud. Bond was set at $2,000
on each count.
Christopher Bart Tanner Jr.,
26, of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 19 by Union Deputy
James D. York for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $2,500.



Traffic
Rafael Ramirez Perez, 47,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 22 by Deputy Smith for
driving under the influence
(DUI). Responding to a call
just after midnight of a reckless
driver, Perez' vehicle was seen
pulling into a residence on
S.R. 121. When he exited the
vehicle he stumbled and fell to
the ground, Deputy Smith said.
He smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage and was
unable to understand
instructions, Deputy Smith
said. He was transported to the
jail where his blood-alcohol
level was .18 percent.
Within minutes of
stopping, a Ford Explorer
pulled in front of Smith's
patrol car, almost hitting the
car. The driver of the Ford,
Edwardo Gueerero Martinez,
exited the vehicle and almost
fell, Deputy Smith said.
Martinez, 21, was also
transported to the county jail
where his blood-alcohol level
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Deputy Leslie Crews for DUI.
Dowdy's vehicle was stopped
for speeding on S.R. 121 at
12:36 a.m. He smelled strongly
of an alcoholic beverage and
failed the field sobriety test.
After being taken into custody,
Dowdy's blood-alcohol .level
ws .14 percent.
Shawn Zachary Akers, 33,
of Hawthorne was arrested
Sept. 18 by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper A.L.
Cummings for driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS). Akers' vehicle was
stopped for speeding on C.R.
18. Bond was set at $1,000.
Akers was also charged on a
warrant for failure to pay child
support. He may purge by
paying $1,516. A surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
D.L. Crawford, 27, of
Hampton was arrested Sept. 17
by Hampton Lt. Donaldson for
DWLS. Following her arrest it
ws learned the vehicle was
stolen while the victim was
asleep. Crawford was
additionally charged with grand
theft and burglary to vehicle,
Chief John Hodges said. A
$500 surety bond was posted


for her release from custody.
Jon William Gebhart, 40, of
Lawrenceville, Ga., was
arrested Sept. 18 by Starke
patrolmen for DWLS. A $500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Menietha Patricia Spencer,
43, of Starke was arrested Sept.
19 by Starke Patrolman David
Schlofman for failure to appear
DWLS and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Richard Newkirk, 22, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 22 by
Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes for
failure to appear DWLS. Bond
was set at $5,000.

Daniel S. Griffis II, 23, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 22 by
Bradford Deputy R.E. Pollard
on a warrant from Alachua
County for violation of
probation DUI with serious
bodily injury to another with
no bond.
Debra Ann Kelley, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
21 by Deputy Smith on a
warrant for DWLS knowingly.
Bond was set at $2,500. She
was also charged with violation
of felony probation.


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Graham man
dies in crash
A 35-year-old Graham man
died Sep,;'20 in a crash on
S.R. 100 west of Palatka.
Frank W. Browning was
pronounced dead at the scene of
the 4:30 p.m. crash, according
to Florida Highway Patrol Cpl.
P. Young. Browning's truck
failed to slow, striking the rear
of an -18-wheeler trailer that
was stopped in a line of traffic
behind a vehicle attempting to
make a left turn, Cpl. Young
saia. Browning swerved but
struck the right rear of the
trailer, Cpl. Young said.
There were no other injuries
in the crash that occurred four
miles west of Palatka.
Damage to Browning's
vehicle was $30,000. Damage
to the Volvo was $10.000.

FHP
checkpoint
locations
for October
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during October in
Bradford and Union counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed toward drivers who
violate the driver's license
laws of Florida.
The checkpoints are as
follows:

Union County
C.R. 238 and S.R..238 west
of Lake Butler, S.R. 121 in
Raiford, north of Raiford and
in Worthington Springs, C.R.
16 west of Starke, C.R. 18 west
of Worthington Springs, S.R.
231 south of Lake Butler, C.R.
229 north of S.R. 121, C.R.
231 Bradford/Unionline.

Bradford County
S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
100A east of Starke, C.R. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Lawtey, C.R..225 at C.R. 227,
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, CR. 221 in
Hampton, SW 75th Ave. west
of Starke, C.R. 18 at C.R. 221,
C.R. 18 in Hampton, C.R. 225
east of Lawtey, C.R. 225 at
C.R. 229, S.R. 16 west of
Starke, Market Road north of
Starke, C.R. 18 west of
Hampton, S.R. 227.


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I.


Divorces
granted
in Bradford
The following marriages
received final dissolution in
Bradford County court during
the month of August 2007:

Shawn E. Akridge vs. Tara
Akridge
John J. Sheppard vs. Sheri
R. Sheppard
Elaine Mae Gray vs. Mark
Timothy Gray
Sandra Gail Dooley vs.
Marcus Charles Dooley
Angela Mobley Newham
vs. William Lee Newham III
Joanna Keezer Brown vs.
Michael D. Brown Jr.
Curtis L. Aldridge vs. Janet
A. Aldridge
David A. Starr vs. Susana
R. Starr
Carl A. Hunsinger vs.
Bethany S. Hunsinger.

July
Rhonda Sue Jackson vs.
Leslie Edward Jackson
Scott Norris vs. Angela
Plank
Johnnie Mae Mosley vs.
Homer Mosley Jr.
Tracy C. Shaw vs. Davis A.
Shaw
Stephanie J. Crawford vs.
Larry M. Crawford Jr.
Clinton Moore vs.
Kimberly Moore
David Daniel Hinds vs.
Kelli N. Hinds
Timothy J. Holton vs.
Elizabeth J. Holton
Charles R. Wright vs.
Delores Wright
Roger D. Robinson vs.
Mabel M. Robinson
Tom C. Strube vs. Susan
S. Strube
Paul D. Tucker vs. Jessica
M. Tucker.


June
Rebecca Hart Moses vs.
James Cole Moses
Vicki M. Williams vs.
Donald D. Williams
Timothy James Hoctor vs.
Mararet Kistin Hoctor
Kimberly Diane Ritch vs.
James Deford Ritch
Tina Hilterbrand vs. Clifford
Hilterbrand
Ritchie Shane Landry vs.
ShanftonDion Landry. ,
Christopher Cox vs.
Suzanne Saunders Cox
Cynthia A. Bischoff vs.
Alan A. Bischoff
Joseph Parrish vs. Kristi L.
McMinn
Ricky A. Brown vs. Danette
M. Brown


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You're undoubtedly hear-.
ing reports in the media about
increasing numbers of mort-
gage defaults. A frenzy of
financing in the last few years
allowed many buyers to
secure loans that were down-
right inappropriate for them,
and now we're experiencing
the fallout.
If you're planning to sell
or buy a home in the near
future, what effect might the
number of foreclosures have
on your plans? Either way.
banks and lenders are begin-
ning to formulate loans more
carefully, which can affect
both buyers and sellers in the
real estate market.
Buyers can certainly
expect a tightening of credit.
It will be more difficult to
secure a mortgage if you have
less-than-perfect credit. You'll


PHASING IN!
need to anticipate slightly
higher interest rates and/or a
larger downpayment to offset
the perceived risk on the
lender's part.
When buyers have more
difficulty obtaining loans,
sellers can feel the effects as
well. That's because there
may be fewer buyers out
there, and they might be
spending less because of the
less favorable mortgage terms
for which they qualify. That
boils down to the possibility
of lower offers.
However, there is always
light at the end of the tunnel
in every market. Real estate,
like the economy, always goes
through phases, and always
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May
Tammy Morris Green vs.
Teresa Ann Green
Jason Paul Brown vs. Kinga
Koeis Brown
Angel Chesser vs. Alton B.
Chesser
Vicki W. Johnson vs. Jerry
Lee Johnson Jr.
Irvin R. Rothberg vs.
Angela C. Penska
Andre R. Grey vs. Annette
Speed
William R. Lanier vs.
Eunice L. Lanier
Michael L. Rathmann vs.
Karron G. Rathmann.

April
Mary Ellen Rochelle vs.
Hubert Dean Rochelle
Kimberly G. Hall vs.
Warren Sean Hall
Valerie Sawyer vs. Ronald
Sawyer
Grady Shadd vs. Katherine
Shadd
Sonya Cason vs. Ronald
Cason
Martin Baeza vs. Rebecca
Rosiles
Doley Hersey vs, Dustin
Hersey
Sean Adam Drew vs. Jami
Marion Drew
Bryan M. Waldorf vs.
Deborah G. Waldorf
David B. Laufer vs.
Christina Ann Laufer
William T. Norman vs.
Meri Kay Norman
Ronald E. Davis vs. Shara
C. Davis
John R. Berry vs. Nichi A.
Beny
Larry E. Roberts vs. Pamela
Roberts
Maxie P. Helms vs. Wanda
W. Helms
Michael F. Prokopp vs.
Edna L. Prokopp.




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The agency's ney phone
number is (866) 273-2273. The
agency currently serves more
than 35,000 Floridians with
developmental disabilities like
mental retardation, autism,
cerebral palsy and spina bifida.


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Friday,
September 28, 2007
S5:00-9:00 p.m.
Historic Call Street,
Starke, FL.

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Tribute by:
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Schedule:
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Elvis on stage
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Continued from p. 4B
wireless phones.
Mv son was moving his cell
phone from hTs front pocket to
his backpack at the beginning
of the school day before the
bell rang. His phone was in
the "off" position. A staff
member from the school saw
him transferring the phone
from one place to the other and
wanted him to surrender his
phone.
I, as a parent, have told my
son not to give his phone to
anyone. We as parents have
the right to tell our kids what
we want them to do even while
they are attending school,
especially when it concerns an
expensive item such as a cell
phone.
The guideline on page 26
requires the phone to be
relinquished to a school staff
member only if the phone is in
the "on" position or if being
used. My son was not using
the phone. He told the school
staff member that his father
told him not to give his phone
to anyone and he would need
to call his father in order for
him to do otherwise.
The school policy states that
a referral is given on the third
time if the phone is being used,
this was his first time and he
was not using the phone. My
son has never received a
referral at BHS, he has good
citizenship and does not cause
trouble. I, the father, was
called about the situation and
sent my wife to the school to
try to stop the referral.
My son relinquished his
phone in my wife's presence.
The principal stated that he
would see what he could do
about the referral.
My question is,, isn't the
principal over the school
including the staff? If the
referral was going to be taken
care of it should have been
done at this time. This was
clearly a misinterpretation of
the rule by the staff member.
However, two days later my
son came home with the
referral which also includes
one day of ISSP.
I immediately went to the
school and spoke with the dean
of boys to try and get the
referral lifted. In a very
unprofessional manner, he said'
that the referral stands and that
he did not care what I the
parent told my son-that he
shouldn't listen to me because
he was at school and the


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participate and I am entirely
grateful for the kind folks who
purchased 200 copies of my
book, The Distant Shore.
This wonderful experience
has made me even prouder to
call Starke my hometown!
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school has different rules.
So, when does the school
system start teaching, our kids
to not do what we the parents
tell them? A school board
member was called to see what
the next step would be to get
this referral dismissed. The
next step was to contact the
assistant superintendent of
schools. She would be gone
for the next two days along
with the superintendent b'ut
suggested that I talk to the
principal.
So, do you see the complete
circle that I was given to take?
Needless to say, my son will
not be a part of BHS. He has
been withdrawn and will be a
part of another school in the
area. It is a shame that our
school system cannot abide by
the rules, and our good kids
that abide by the rules are
forced to accept referrals and
in-school suspension just
because a staff member wants
to use them as an example.
There are bigger rules that
are broken everyday at BHS
and the staff members should
direct their energy and
attention to those things.
Rex Collins


Thanks to all
for the
fundraiser
Dear Editor:
I'd like to thank you for the
terrific article and publicity it
generated for the library
fundraiser luncheon held last
Thursday at the Starke Country
Club. Early reports indicate
more than $1,500 was raised
for the new library!
Special thanks go to Dimple
Overstreet and Sylvia Tatum
for their amazing
organizational skills and self-
less efficiency, Chrissy Allen
(Catering by Chrissy) for the
delicious food, and Chuck
Kramer for his enthusiastic
promotion on 106.3 FM.
I would personally like to
commend Telegraph reporter
Arnie Harris for his thorough
and professional coverage of
the event. Mr. Harris'
personable proficiency during
our interview and the luncheon
reflects well on -the entire
Telegraph staff.
The way Bradford County
residents pulled together to
raise money for the benefit of
all was a delight to behold. I
don't know if you realize how
Srare and heart-aarminig siueh -a
unified community effort i" It
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Thursday,
Sept. 27, noon
Monthly meeting, please
RSVP as this is a lunch
meeting. Gov. Charley E.
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N. Temple Ave. Starke.



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Melrose
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pumpkin

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Melrose is hosting a
pumpkin festival. Sign up will
be held Friday, Sept. 28, at
Hickcocks in Keystone Heights
from 3-6 p.m.
Pumpkin Festival is
Saturday, Oct. 13.
Get your entry in for the
pumpkin carving contest, pet
show, chili cook off, pumpkin
pie bake off and pumpkin
pageant.
Vendor space and nonprofit
booth space are still available.
Call Kim at (352) 475-1533
for details.
Free events include pumpkin
rolling contest, face painting,
pumpkin decorating and more.

Entry forms
available now
for BHS
homecoming

parade
This year's Bradford High
School homecoming parade is
scheduled for Friday, Oct. 12,
at 1 p.m., and those interested
in participating have until
Thursday, Oct. 4, to submit an
entry form.
Entry forms may be picked
-up at the school's front office,
or you may fax a request to
(904) 966-6020.

Swine
association is
meeting
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association is meeting for
registration. Registration is set
for Monday, Oct. 8, at 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held at
Starke Elementary School.
Registration dues are
required at this meeting.


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OBITUARIES


Dennis Weeks


Dennis Weeks
LAKE BUTLER Dennis
Weeks, 69, of Lake Butler died
Thursday, Sept. 20, 2007.
A native of Lake Butler, Weeks
was a custodian at Union County
High School. He was a member
of Bethel Seventh Day Adventist
Church where he served as a
deacon, choir member, usher and
in many other capacities.
Weeks is sruvived by: his wife,
Annie Weeks of Lake Butler;
children, Dennis Weeks of
Atlanta, Dwayne Weeks of Lake
Butler, Patrick Weeks, Franklin
Lee, Gladys Eliza Agee, Chavela
Lee, Suzanne Corbitt and Lisa
White, all of Gainesville, John
Lee of Tampa, and Glenda
Pressley of Birmingham, Ala.;
sisters, Margaret Godbolt of
Tallahassee, Mamie Curry of
Palatka, and Gertie Kelly of
Lake Butler; brothers, Cleveland
Weeks and Monroe Weeks, both
of Lake Butler, Thomas Weeks of
Tamps, and Clifford Weeks of
.Ocala; 15 grandchildren; and
five great-grandchildren.
The family will hold visitation
on Saturday, Sept. 29, from 2-
7:30 p.m. in the chapel at
Chestnut Funeral Home at 18
N.W. 8th Ave. in .Gainesville.
Visitation will also be held one
hour prior to the funeral services,
which are set for Supday, Sept.
30, at 2:30 p.m. at the Union
County High School
auditorium, with Elder Lesley
Jacques conducting the services.
The cortege will form at the
home of Weeks' brother, the Rev.
Cleveland Weeks at 1:45 p.m. on
Sunday.
Interment will follow in Ft.
Call Cemetery under the care of
Chestnut Funeral Home of
.Gainesville.

MaudeBelau -,
HAWTHORNE Maude Bell
Belau, 95, of'Hawthorne died
Sunday, Sept. 23, 2007, tat
Bradford Terrace Nursing Home.
Belauwas the manager of the
lunch room at Melrose
Elementary School for many
years. She was a member of Eliam
Baptist Church and the Merry
Homemakers of Melrose.


she is survived by: her son,
James Kahr of Hawthorne;
brother, Paul Bender of Orange
Heights; sister, Vita Snowden of
Gainesviie; one grandaughtei,
and one great-grandaughter.
A memorial service will be
held for Belau on Saturday, Oct.
6, at 10:30 a.m. at Eliam Baptist
Church in Melrose with the Rev.
Jerry Milton conducting the
services. Arrangements are under
the care of Moring Funeral Home
in Melrose.

Carol Bradford
STARKE Carol Anne
Bradford, 60, of Starke died
Saturday, Sept. 22, 2007, at E.T.
York Haven Hospice in
Gainesville, following an
extended illness.
Born and raised in Pekin, Ill.,
Bradford had resided in Starke
since 1986. She was a licensed
practical nurse who worked in
pediatrics with Dr. Sanders in
Gainesville. Bradford was a
member of the LPN Association
and attended St. Edward
Catholic Church in Starke.
She is survived by: her
husband, Tim Bradford of Starke;
son, Tom Bradford of Ganesville;
daughter, Emily Wood of Tampa;
brother, Donald Kramer Jr. of
Taylorville, Ill.; sister, Gail
Peterson of Lafayette, Ind.; aunt,
Ethel Hubbartt of Mattoon, Ill.;
and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Sept. 26 at 3 p.m. at St. Edward
Catholic Church in Starke with
Father Conrad conducting the
funeral mass. Interment followed
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made
to Hospice of North Central
Florida, 4200 N.W. 90th Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606 or
www.havenhospice.org.


Frank Browning
GRAHAM Frank Wilson
Browning, 35, of Graham died
Thursday, Sept. 20, 2007, from
injuries sustained in a traffic
accident.
Browning was born in
Middleton, Ohio, but moved to
Starke at the age of 16. He
attended the Bradford County
school system.
Browning was employed with
Dumont Company, in Oviedo, as
a truck driver. He was of the
Baptist faith.,
Browning is survived by:; his
wife, Kim Browning of Graham;
daughter, Emily Nicole

Browning of Graham; sons, Jared
Alexander Browning of Graham
-and; William ,Hawley Shire of
Middleburg; mother, Judy
Browning of Troy, Ohio; and
brother,. Charles William
Browning of Troy, Ohio.
Browning was preceded in
death by his father, Wilson
Browning.
Memorial services were held
on Sept. 24 at the chapel of
Archie Tanner Funeral Home
with the Rev. Terry Williamson


conducting the services.
Interment followed at Crosby
Lake Cemetery, under the care of
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke.

Helen Butler
ARCHER Helen Edwards
Butler, 84, of Archer died
Wednesday; Sept. 19, 2007.
Butler was born on Dec. 14,
1922, in Palatka.
She is survived by: her son,
Farley P. Butler Jr. of Dayton;
daughter, Sharon Wheeler of
Archer; sister, Susie Hough; four
grandchildren; two great-
grandchildren and two nieces.
Butler was preceded in death
by her husband, Farley P. Butler,
Sr., one grandson, Kenneth
Wheeler, and one great-grandson,
Farley P. Butler IV.
Memorial services were held
Sept. 24 in the First Baptist
Church of Archer with the Rev.
Ray Scott conducting the
services: Fellowship followed the
services, and a private burial was
held.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that memorial
contributions be made to the
First Baptist Church of Archer,
301 W. Church St., Archer, FL
32618, or to The Salvation
Army, 639 E. Ave., Gainesville,
FL 32601.
Arrangements were under the
care of Milam Funeral and
Cremation Services of
Gainesville.

Sandra Cullifer
ORANGE PARK Sandra L.
Cullifer, 58, of Orange Park died
Monday, July 30, 2007, at her
home.
Cullifer graduated from
Bradford High School in 1967.
She retired from the Navy
Exchange after 28 years, serving
in Jacksonville, Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba, the Great Lakes and
Yokosuka, Japan. She was a
member of Ridgewood Baptist
Church and attended meetings
of the Garden Club in Orange
Park.
Cullifer is survived by: her
mother, Louise Lee of Starke;


son, David Cogdill of Maitland;
sisters, Peggy Jones of Melrose
and Lin Howell of Jacksonville;
brothers, Jack Campbell of
Jacksonville, Thomas Lee of
Starke, Danny Lee of Melrose,
Robert Campbell of Dahlonega,
Ga., and William Campbell of
Hudson; and one grandson.
Cullifer was preceded in death
by her stepfather, E. Z. Lee of
Starke, and her father, Jack
Campbell of Hudson.
Memorial services were held
Aug. 2 in the chapel, of
Jacksonville Memory Gardens
Funeral Home. Arrangements
were under the care of Memory
Gardens Funeral Home.

Joann Duncan
HAMPTON Joann Margie
Green Crow Duncan, 72, of
Hampton died Saturday, Sept.
22, 2007, at Hadlow Center for
Caring in Jacksonville following
a long illness.
Duncan was a longtime
resident of Bradford County and
was born on Aug. 18, 1935.
She was a member of Southside
Church of Christ and was a
retired switchboard operator for
Tacachale in Gainesville.
Duncan is survived by: her
sister, Mable Lee of Arizona; and
-caregivers Eugene and Christine
Hamilton of Keystone Heights.
Memorial services will be held
privately .at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Betty Fulmer
PALATKA Betty Lawton
Fulmer, 87, of Palatka died
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Thursday, Sept. 20, 2007, at
Avalon Healthcare and Rehab
Center in Gainesville, following
an extended illness.
Fulmer was a native of Turtle
Creek, Penn. She moved to
Palatka in 1995 after living in
Keystone Heights, Ocala and
Brooksville.
Fulmer was a retired secretary
who was a member of First
Presbyterian Church in Palatka
and the Elks Lodge
Fulmer is survived by: her son,
Forest E. Fulmer and brothers,
Oliver T. Lawton of Palatka and
Forest L. Lawton of Cleveland,
Ga.
Fulmer was preceded in death
by her husband, Edward Fulmer.
Memorial services were held
on Sept. 25 at the First
Presbyterian Church in Palatka.
Interment will take place at a
later date at the Florida National
Cemetery in Bushnell.
Arrangements were under the care
of Johnson-Overturf Funeral
Home in Palatka.

Diana Lewis
STARKE Diana Cleta
Lewis, 60, of Starke died Friday,
Sept. 21, 2007, at E.T. York.
Haven Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville, following an
extended illness.
Lewis was from Norfolk, Va.,
but moved to Starke in 1990.
She was retired from the state,
where she worked as an
accountant for the Department of
Children and Families.
Lewis was a member of
Madison Street Baptist Church.
Lewis is -survived by: sons,
Benjamin Barksdale of Keystone
Heights and Matthew Barksdale
of Starke; sisters, Patricia Yost of
North Carolina, Rebecca Merli of
Pennsylvania and Randolyn
Gardner of Arlington, Va.;
brothers, Randy Lewis of Atlanta,
Ga., and Gary Lewis of
Milwaukee, Wis.; and one
Grandson.
Funeral services were held
Sept. 25, at Madison Street


Baptist Church with the. Rev.
Charles Warren conducting the
services. Interment will be held
today, Thursday, Sept. 27, at 2
p.m. at Forest Lawn Cemetery in
Norfolk, Va., under the care of
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
Starke.

Infant Jaxson
Massey
STARKE Jaxson James
Massey, four months and 20 days
old, of Starke died Sunday, Sept.
16, 2007, at home.
Massey was born in
Gainesville on April 27.
Massey is survived by: his
parents, Brandy and Michael
Clemons; sisters, Jacey and
Jaylyn Clemons, Emma Massey
and Shyann Alvarez, all of
Starke; maternal grandparents,
John and Donna Miller, of
Starke, paternal grandmother,
Bonnie Geiger, of Starke;
maternal great-grandparents,
Gordon and Mary Miller, of
Florahome; paternal great
grandparents, Carol and Frank
Mann, of Lake Butler and Billy
and Debbie Geiger, of Starke;
paternal great-great
grandparents, Estelle Cox and
Era Geiger, both of Starke; uncle,
Mal Lynn of Starke; and aunts,
Chelsea Lynn and Terrie Smith,
both of Starke.
Graveside services were held
Sept. 19 at Crosby Lake
Cemetery with the Rev. John
Sawyer conducting the services.
Interment followed' under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.

Duane Napora
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Duane Steven Napora, 72, of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
Sept. 16, 2007, at E.T. York
Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville.
Napora was a native of
Saginaw, Mich., and a carpenter.
He was also a veteran of the U.S.
Army.
Napora is survived by: his
wife, Alice Napora of Keystone
Heights; daughters, Sheryl Cline


of Winder, Ga., Tammy Woods of
Saginaw, Mich., and Dawn
Cooksey of Hawthorne; and sons,
Duane Napora, Keith Napora
and Rick Napora.
Arrangements were under the
care of Moring Funeral Home in
Melrose.

John Quentin
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
John William Quentin, 90, of
Keystone Heights died Friday,
Sept. 21, 2007, in Gainesville.
Quentin was born on May 2,
1917, in Schenectady, N.Y. He
moved to Keystone from Miami-
in 1995.
Quentin was a graduate of
Clarkson College, N.Y., earning a
degree in accounting. He was
also a veteran of World War II
who served in the U.S. Army.
Quentin worked with Junior
Achievement in Miami and
taught Sunday school for more
than 40 years at the Bible Truth
Assembly in Miami. He was a
member of Park of the Palms
Church in Keystone.
Quentin is survived by: his
daughter, Sue Edwards of St.
Marys, Ga.; two grandchildren
and many nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be held
Saturday, Sept. 29. at 3 p.m. at
the Park of the Palms Chapel in
Keystone. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Ernest

Southerland
STARKE Ernest
Southerland Jr., 58, of Starke
died Saturday, Sept. 22, 2007, at
Malcolm Randall VA Medical
Center in Gainesville.
Southerland was born and
raised in the New River area of
Bradford County. He attended
the Bradford County school
system and served in the U.S.
Army. He worked on oil rigs in
the Gulf and retired as crew chief.
Southerland was of the Protestant
faith.
He is survived by: sons, Pat
and Mike Southerland; sister,
Marilyn Thornton of Lawtey;


and numerous nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services w-ere-
conducted on Sept. 26 at the
chapel of the Archie Tanner
Funeral Home in Starke with the
Rev. Wayne Spratlin conducting
the services. Interment followed
in Dyal Cemetery under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home.


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Oct. 6, at 6 p.m. The concert
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your chairs.
The Suwannee Valley
Bluegrass Picking takes place
at Otter Springs Resort on the
first Saturday of each month.
The music begins at 6 p.m.
Buck Lewis Day is in honor
of Buck Lewis, one of
Florida's bluegrass musicians,
who has lost his sight from a
stroke, has been moved to
Saturday, Nov. 3, at 5 p.m.
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location Saturday, Sept. 29,
and will re-open on-Friday,
Oct. 26, for the grand opening
of the new Bradford County
Public Library at its new
location at 456 W. Pratt St.,
Starke.
The library will be closed for
approximately four weeks.
During that time books may be
returned in the book drop at the
new location. Most items
checked out during the month
of September have a due date of
Tuesday, Nov. 6.
You may use your library
card at the Union County
Public Library, 175 W. Main
St., Lake Butler; Emily Taber
Public Library, 14 McIver
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New River bookmobile. You
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Library cards may also be


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reciprocal borrowing
agreements.
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Section C: Thursday, Sept. 27, 2007 Telegraph Times Monitor




Outreach program to offer dental care to BC students


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Most children do not like
going to the dentist, but there
are many children who do not
have the opportunity to do so,
whether they like it or not.
Thanks to an outreach grant
and cooperative effort with the
Baker and Bradford county
health departments and the
Bradford County school
system, children who need
dental care can now get it-on
board a bright, multicolored
bus.
The Baker C.A.R.E.S.
(County Alliance Rendering
Excellent Smiles) children's
dental bus-which is hard to
miss as it is painted with a
jungle theme-will be parked
at the Bradford County Health
Department during the fourth
week of every month. During
that tirr, children, through
school nurse and teacher
referrals, will be bused from
school to the health department
for dental appointments at the
mobile clinic.
This service is provided for
children on Medicaid whose
families may have a difficult
time finding someone close to
home to meet their dental
needs.
"Lots of times, there are just
no dental providers that will
even help them," said Kerry
Dunlavey, administrator of the
Baker County Health
Department.
Dunlavey said her
department has provided
dental services to children for
20 years. It has made great
strides during tfiat time,
starting out with serving just a
couple of grades to now
serving students from Head
Start through 12th grade.


Now, with the aid of a
$150,000 grant through the
Department of Health, the
department is helping provide
services to Bradford, Union
and Clay counties, which have
not provided dental services
through public health.
Winnie Holland,
administrator of the Bradford
County Health Department,
said it is a win-win situation
because a need is being
addressed in Bradford
County-a need that would
have been difficult for the
health department there to
meet on its own.
"It would have been very
challenging to start up a dental
program," Holland said.
Dunlavey said the unique
aspect of this program is that it
provides actual services, not
just screenings.
"We're doing extractions,


fillings and sealants," she said.
The clinic will be staffed by
a dentist, a hygienist and
support staff.
Parents or guardians of
Bradford County students are
required to sign consent forms
for their children to participate
in the program. Then, when a
child needs to see the dentist,
an appointment will be made
and he or she will be bused to
the mobile clinic, where there
will be a minimal wait.
"Also, parents can call and
make appointments for their
children," Dunlavey said.
"They can bring them, too."
Morning hours are set aside
for children to be bused to the
clinic from school, while
parents or guardians can bring
children during the afternoon.
If a child is bused to the
clinic during school hours, a
note is sent home with him or
her explaining to parents or


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guardians what work was
done.
Dunlavey said it is a way for
the Baker County Health
Department to lend assistance
to underserved areas. After all,
dental health plays an
important role in overall


Jorge Gillette
(right), a new
doctor at the
Bradford
County Health
Department,
admires the -
inside of the
dental bus, :
which includes
two chairs for
patients and
TVs for them to
watch. Gillette
is pictured with
Patty Lyons.




Kerry Dunlavey
(left),
administrator of
the Baker
County Health
Department,
and Winnie
Holland,
administrator of
the Bradford
County Health
Department,
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to officially
open the Baker
C.A.R.E.S.
(County
Alliance
Rendering
Excellent
Smiles)
children's
dental bus for
tours on Seplt.
24.

health, she said.
"Dental services are just as
much a part of physical health
as immunizations of
checkups," Dunlavey said.
"We felt this would be a great
for us to serve the children."
Besides being in Bradford


Lashawn Mayes (left), a nurse at Bradford High
School, chats with Nancy Pettyjohn as she tours the
inside of the dental bus.


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the mobile clinic wil also
serve Union County the\third
week of every month and
students from two Clay County
schools the first two weeks of
every month.
Holland said she was
pleased to be able to partner


with the Baker County Health
Department in offering this
service.
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experience," she said. "We
think it's really wonderful."
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Local man's mission: Helping others to do their best


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
SOne does not need to be a jet
pilot to soar to great heights in
life.
That is the message being
delivered by retired Lt. Col.
Buck Burney, a jet pilot who
logged more than 3,000 hours
of flight time. Burney, who
lives on Crystal Lake,
motivates others to set goals,
accomplish those goals and to
succeed in life. He does so by
traveling throughout the
country to speak to various
companies' employees or by
hosting retreats at his home.
Burney incorporates his
career as a pilot into his
programs. If he is giving a talk
at a corporation, for example,
he will set up a mission
briefing room, adorned with
such items as parachutes,
sandbags and camouflage
netting.
He calls it a "wow"
moment--something that will
capture people's attention and
let them know they are in for
something a little different,
Burney said. He will then talk
to people about their flight
plans .for success, locking their
sights onto the right targets
and landing smoothly on their
hopes and dreams.
"I try to take what I've
learned in the military as an
officer and a commander, and


as a fighter pilot, and just help
people execute their flight
plans so.that they can be all
they can be," Burney said. "I
kind of lump all that into your
attitude determines your
altitude, to encourage them we
all have a choice every day on
the attitude we choose. That's
the way we look at ife."
Sometimes, -when Burney
talks to people about their
altitude in life, it involves a
literal off-the-ground moment.
Burney has people
participate in water activities
when he hosts groups at his
home to help people overcome
their fears in life and gain
more self-confidence. Those
activities include water skiing,
jet skiing and parasailing.
The people who parasail are
amazed at how much they can
see from high off the ground.
"That's the way it is in life,"
Burney said. "The more you
can stay above your
circumstances and not get
down in the middle of them,
the easier it is to have a better
attitude."
People go through trying
times in life, but Burney said
people can either simply go
through those times or grow
through them.
"Every day the sun isn't
going to shine," he said. "Is
that going to mean if the sun
doesn't shine you're going to


have a bad day? I say, 'No,
I'm not letting the weather
dictate to me whether or not I
enjoy the day.'"
Besides using military props
and analogies, Burney also
talks about his Christian life.
That's not always possible
when he's speaking in the
corporate world, but Burney,
who has a background as a
youth minister, also visits
churches and hosts church
groups at his home.
"I welcome the opportunity
in the corporate world just as
much as the Christian world,
but my heart is really dealing
with students and adults, and
helping them in just their day-
to-day life," he said, adding he
encourages people to live a life
that is successful by God's
standards and not the world's.
Whether it's on the road or
at home, in a corporate setting
or Christian setting, Burney
has a heart for helping people.
It began when he was young
and continued through his
military career. He went into
youth ministry after graduating
from high school, while also
joining the Florida Air
National Guard.
He was able to fulfill each of
his obligations to church and
the military on a part-time
basis, but Burney discovered
he was acting as a counselor
full time.


Burney was one of the battle
commanders for the Southeast
Air Defense Sector at Tyndall
Air Force Base near Panama
City. He was one of only three
commanders with the
responsibility of authorizing
the downing of a commercial
airliner if necessary. In fact,
Burney was on duty when


"shoe bomber" Richard Reid
attempted to blow up a
commercial flight.
He had a "huge"
responsibility as a commander
in the Southeast Air Defense
Sector, but Burney said 90
percent of his time was spent
counseling those he worked
with. He talked with people


and tried to help them get
through different life issues.
"It wasn't dealing with
broken air planes or missiles,"
he said of his duties. "It really
was making sure people had
their head in the game and
could come to work and enjoy
See HELP page 2C


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what they did.
"That was an eye-opener to
me. Here you are, and you've
got so much responsibility in
American, but mostly your
time was dealing with these
individuals. How can you help
them get along with other
employees, or how can you
help them with their kids?"
Yes, Burney had a mission
to accomplish in terms of his
military requirements, but he
said the mission can't allow
you to ignore those around
you. It's all about valuing
people, something Burney
stresses during his
presentations.
"You can't be seen as just
never slowing down to listen
to your people, whether you're
the commander of a fighter
wing, a pastor of a church or
the manager of an office,"
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the adjutant general for
Florida, influenced Burney in
that way of thinking. Burney
had the opportunity to work
with Burnette for 30 years,
during which he discovered
Burnette's heart for people.
Some people think
knowledge is power, but
Burney said Burnette shared
his knowledge to help others
be the best they could be.
"He was always someone
who was encouraging and
giving you whatever he could
to help you be the best that you
could be, and pushing you to
limits that you didn't think
maybe you could go to,"
Burney said. "He was just a
great coach and a great
instructor."
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of Burnette: "Nobody's a
nobody. Everybody's a
somebody." That joins other
sayings such as, "Don't chase
your pension, chase your
passion," and, "If you're not
living life on the edge, then
you're taking up too much
space."
Don't think, though, that
Burney is merely one who
finds it easy to tell others how
they should act or look at life
without taking his own advice.
to heart. He, too, has gone
through life's struggles, for
example, having lost a son and
having gone through a divorce.
Still, he believed everything
in his life would work out. He
did not just believe it-he had
faith that it would.
"I don't think ever did I look
and go, 'OK, God, what have I
done to cause this,' or, 'Why
are you doing this?' It was
more like, 'OK, everything
will work out for my good as
long as I trust and love you.'"

When Burney talks to
people about slowing down so
they can enjoy their lives, and
spend more time with their
families, he can relate because
he once moved in the "fast
lane," too.
Burney said he used to do
his presentations or host
retreats every weekend. Yet it
came to the point where the
entire summer would go by
and he and his wife, who is a


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Buck Burney speaks to a group about the "Mission of Life." Burney likes to use
parachutes, sandbags and camouflage netting to dress up the stage.


teacher, never got the chance
to go on a vacation before the
school year resumed.
Now, Burney participates 'in
six or seven engagements
during the summer to avoid
cheating himself, he said,
referring to the book
"Choosing to Cheat: Who
Wins When Family and Work
Collide?" by Andy Stanley.
"Every day, we really do
cheat," Burney said. "Are you
going to cheat your boss? Are


you going to cheat your
family? Are you going to cheat
yourself? The sad thing is so
many times we cheat ourselves
because we don't just say no.
We don't have any time for
ourselves. The next thing you
know, we're burned out. We're
frustrated with life. We're not
enjoying the journey I think
God intended it to be."
Burney has enjoyed his
journey, which has reached
heights not just attained by


flying a jet. Helping others is
his life's calling.
"It's just a neat way you can
give back to the community
and to life what God's given to
you," Burney said. "If he's
given you a heart and a gift to
communicate with people and
to encourage them, I think you
need to use that gift."
It would seem Burney
knows his flight plan to
success and has locked his
target on the right sights.


Indians compete in Buccholz Bobcat Classic


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Liz Wheeler and Jacob Rabb
led the girls' and boys' cross
country teams, respectively, as
Keystone Heights competed in
the seventh annual Buchholz
Bobcat Classic, which was
held Sept. 22 at Santa Fe
Community College in
Gainesville.
.Wheeler had a time of
26:30, while teammate
Kristina Brantley was right
behind her with a time of
26:31.
Also competing for the
Keystone girls' team were:


: Raquel Doty-O'Kelly (27:11),
Morgan Barket (27:46),
Allison Alsup (27:48), Haley
Roberts (27:49) and Stephanie
Hoffman (34:54).

Rabb led the boys' team
with a time of 21:47.
Teammates Josh Jimmison and
Nathan Buchanan had times of
26:15 and 30:36, respectively,
while Alek Meston had a time
of 33:04.
The Indians will compete in
the Ridgeview High School
Invitational this Saturday,
Sept. 29, in Orange Park.
Earlier results:


Indians open season
with UF meet
Buchanan and Margaret
Walker led their respective
teams as they competed
against more than 300 other
runners at the UF Mountain
Dew Classic on Sept. 7 in
Gainesville:
Buchanan had a time of
20:40, while fellow boys' team
member Daniel Wheeler had a
time of 23:14. Jimmison,
Meston, Rabb and D.J. Weaver
all had tithes of 26:12.
For the girls' team, it was
Walker out in front with a time
of 23:53, while Doty-O'Kelly
had a time of 28:09. Alsup and


Wheeler had times of 29:05
and 31:55, respectively,
followed by Karie Peters
(31:59) and Cara Bish (32:48).
On Sept. 15, the. Indians
traveled to Jacksonville for the
Katie Caples Cross Counmr)
Invitational, which was hosted
by Bishop Kenny High School.
The boys' team was led by
Wheeler's time of 19:35. He
was followed by Meston
(22:51), Rabb (24:46), Weaver
(28:03) and Jimmison (28:07).
Doty-O'Kelly's time of
25:51 was tops for the girls'
team. She was followed by
Wheeler (27:35), Alsup
(28:02), Roberts (28:02) and
Hoffman (36:21).


Keystone volleyball team sweeps two straight


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Kimn Russell tallied -36
assists as the Keystone Heights:
volleyball team broke a two-
match losing streak by
sweeping two straight matches
on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20.
One of those wins was
'against Crescent City, which


gave the Indians (4-4 prior to.
Sept. 24) a 3-1 record in
District 6-3A.
Russell had 18 assists in the
3-0 (25-10, 25-19, 25-1.3)
home win over Crescent City
on Sept. 19. She also had 10
digs, which was second on the
team behind Maranda Gibbs,
who had 14.
Katie Taylor and Megan
Poipard were the kills leaders
with 11 and seven,
respectively.
Keystone got another 18
assists from Russell in a 3-0
(25-15, 25-22, 25-8) home win
,over Bradford on Sept. 20.
Gibbs led the team in digs
again with 15, while Poupard
had a team-high nine kills.
Prior to playing Crescent


City, the Indians dropped a
home match against St. Johns
Country Day on Sept. 17.
Gibbs had,. 16 ,.digs, while
Poupard, RIssell and Taylor
each had nine.
/Taylor led the team with
seven kills.
Keystone, which played
Santa Fe on Sept. 24 and
Interlachen on Sept. 25, will
host its annual tournament this
Friday and Saturday, Sept. 28-
29. The field consists of Clay,
Orange Park, Ridgeview,
Menendez, DeLand, Spruce
Creek and Lecanto, along with
Keystone.
Tournament play begins at 4
p.m. on Sept. 28, with the last
match beginning at
approximately 7 p.m.


On Sept. 29, matches begin-
at 9 a.m., with the
championship match scheduled
.... for 3:30 p.m .., ... ,' ....
The Indians, who will be
placed in a pool with Orange
Park, Spruce Creek and
Lecanto, will play at 4 p.m.
and 7 p.m. on Sept. 28 and at 9
a.m. on Sept. 29. What time
the Indians play beyond that
will be determined by their
win-loss record in the
tournament.
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Fernanaina eages past Bradford in district matchup


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph-Staff Writer -
In the final analysis,
Bradford High's
heartbreaking 13-12 loss to
District 3-2A opponent
Fernandina Beach on Sept. 21
in Starke came down to two
missed point-after attempts by
Bradford and a fateful flag that
nullified Rob Harris' long
touchdown run in the final
quarter.
However, Bradford head
coach Steve Hoard was quick
to praise his team's effort.
"I'm proud of the kids. They
did everything we asked them
to do," Hoard said. "You can't
go blaming any one player or
play for a loss."
The Tornadoes (1-2, 0-1 in
District 3) scored first, thanks
largely to two key plays by
running back Chuckie
Covington. He kept the drive
alive on third-and-17 with a
19-yard reception from
quarterback Rodney Mosley.
Then, at the 2:48 mark of the
first quarter, Covington scored
on an eye-popping, second-
effort run from the 15, which
appeared to have him stopped
just inside the 10, before he
broke free.
Bradford's point-after
attempt was blocked, putting


Bradford's Chuckie Covington (foreground),
pictured during an earlier game with offensive
lineman Jared Smith, scored a touchdown on a 15-
yard run in Bradford's loss to Fernandina Beach.


the Tornadoes ahead 6-0.
Neither team could mount a
sustained drive in the second
quarter urtil Bradford's final
drive of the half.
Starting on their own 22, the
Tornadoes looked as if they
were headed for a three-and-
out before Mosley, initially
finding no open receivers,
scrambled frantically deep
behind the line of scrimmage
before connecting with
receiver Casey Hines at their
own 45 for a first down.
Harris took the next handoff
and burst through Fernandina
Beach's defense for a 55-yard
touchdown romp. The two-
point conversion attempt
failed, and the score stood at
12-0 with 1:39 left in the half.
Fernandina (4-0, 1-0) put
together a drive in the final
seconds of the half that sought
to narrow the Tornadoes' lead,
but it was abruptly ended when
defensive back Tramaine
Harris picked off a pass
thrown by Pirates quarterback
Emory Wingard.
On Bradford's second
possession of the second half,
Pirates linebacker Tahj Kimble
intercepted a Mosley pass after
the latter had had his arm hit as
he released the ball. Kimble
returned the ball for a
touchdown at the 5:56 mark of
the third quarter. The point-
after attempt missed, leaving
Bradford ahead 12-6.
Fernandina Beach's defense,
which came out fired up in the
second half, shut down the
Tornadoes. On their ensuing
possession, the Pirates
marched 61 yards behind the
fierce rushing of running back,
Terrell Dallas. Dallas carried
the ball in from the 2 with
11:12 remaining in the game.
This time, the Pirates
converted on the point-after
attempt, putting them ahead
13-12.
Bradford began a drive on
its own 20, which gradually
moved up to the 35 when the


call went to Harris again.
Harris took the handoff and,
after reversing direction and
switching gears, raced free of
the Pirates' defenders for what
appeared to be a 65-yard
touchdown run until a crushing
yellow flag for holding
brought the ball back to the
Tornadoes' 41.
Unable to move the ball far
from there, and with time
running out, the Tornadoes
gambled and went for it on
fourth-and-15 from their own


45. An incomplete pass turned
the ball over to the Pirates.
A serendipitous fumble by
Wingard on the snap .gave
Bradford the ball on its own 35
with one more chapre to take
the lead and win the game in
the closing minutes.
Unfortunately for the
Tornadoes, Fernandina Beach
hung tough, sacking Mosley
for an 18-yard. loss and
effectively ending the game.on
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BHS boys win home


cross country invitational


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Justin Clem recorded a
personal record and finished as
runner-up to help the Bradford
High School boys' cross
country team win the Bradford
Middle School/Bradford High
School Invitational on. Sept. 24
in Starke.
The Tornadoes had 30


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and Williston (71).
Clem had a time of 19:52 to
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Bradford also got top-10
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and Andrew Warren, who
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On the girls'- side,
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Bradford middle teams


take first, second at meet


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford Middle School's
girls' cross country team edged
out Oakleaf to win the
Bradford Middle
School/Bradford High School
Invitational on Sept. 24 in
Starke, while boys' team
member Andy Merrill
remained undefeated.
The Hurricanes had 31
The Hurricanes had 31


points to finish two points
ahead of Oakleaf in the girls'
division. Williston and
Yankeetown had scores of 114
and 140, respectively.'
"It was a good win for the
girls," Bradford coach John
Loper said. "They ran well. I
was proud of them."
It was the girls' team third
win this season.
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Defense shines along with offense in Indians win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a much better
performance from the
Keystone Heights defense,
which recorded four
interceptions and held visiting
Interlachen to less than 100
yards of offense in a 49-6 win
for the Indians in the District
3-2A opener for both teams on
Sept. 21.
Keystone (3-0) got the usual
performance from its offense,
rushing for 424 yards and
amassing 17 first downs. (The
Indians attempted only three
passes.) Greg Taylor had 181
yards on 19 carries, while Matt
Story rushed for 175 yards on
16 carries. The two backs
combined to score six
touchdowns.
The defense, however,
showed a marked
improvement from the Indians'
48-40 win against Fort White
on Sept. 7. Keystone held the
Rams (0-3) to minus-4 yards
rushing and 53 yards overall,
making seven tackles behind
the line of scrimmage.
"We just tackled better
tonight," Keystone head coach
Chuck Dickinson said. "That
was the big thing."
Keystone's first four scoring


drives began on the Interlachen
side of the field because of that
improved defensive effort. The
Indians had interceptions on
three of Interlachen's first four
possessions, with Dillon Van
Wagner picking off two
passes.
The Indians also forced the
Rams to turn the ball over on
downs at the Interlachen 33.
It did not seem to matter,
though, where the Keystone


offense took the field. The first
time the Rams gave the
Indians a long field to work
with-following a 44-yard
punt to the Keystone 20-they
scored on one play, getting an
80-yard touchdown run from
Story.
"Our kids dominated the line
of scrimmage on the offensive
side of the ball and probably
on the defensive side of the
ball, too," Dickinson said. "If


Keystone's
Joel Morgan
(left) finishes
off a tackle
after making a
-3'- ". big hit on a
kickoff return.
He led the
Indians with 11
tackles.







you do that, you've got a great
chance of winning."
Keystone's defense made its
impact early, with linemen
Kyle Cravey and Keegan
Lowery combining to make a
tackle for a 4-yard loss on
Interlachen's first play from
scrimmage. Lowery, who
finished with seven tackles
behind Joel Morgan's team-
leading 11, then held
quarterback Brandon Aaron to


a 1-yard gain before Van
Wagner made the first of his
two interceptions.
That set Keystone up at the
Interlachen 46. Taylor had
runs of 15 and 10 yards to pick
up two first downs before
Story's 12-yard run to the 3.
Taylor walked into the end
zone from there, with Ryan
Miller's PAT putting the
Indians up 7-0 with 7:55 to
play in the first quarter.
Interlachen's Aaron, under
pressure from Lowery, tossed
another errant pass, which was
intercepted by Lee Lambert,
giving Keystone the ball at the
Interlachen 41.
The result was a two-play
drive. Story had a 12-yard run


before Taylor plowed over a
defender on his way to a 29-
yard touchdown.
Van Wagner and Brett
Anderson combined on a
tackle for a loss of 2 yards on
Interlachen's next series,
forcing the Rams into a fourth-
and-6 at their own 33. The
Rams gambled by not punting,
but Aaron's pass was
incomplete.
This time, it was Story's
turn to find the end zone on a
1-yard run, which was set up
by his own 11-yard run to the
18 and Taylor's 6-yard run to
the 1. Miller's PAT made the
score 21-0 three seconds into

See WIN, p. 10C


Keystone faces unbeaten Pirates next


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

A school that went 0-10 last
season, but is undefeated this
year, is the next District 3-2A
challenge for the Keystone
Heights Indians, who did not


receive much of a challenge in
their district-opening win over
Interlachen last week.

The Indians travel to play
the Fernandina Beach Pirates
this Friday, Sept. 28, at 7:30
p.m. Fernandina, a Class 4A


school last year, is 4-0 and
coming off of a 13-12 district
win over Bradford.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said the Pirates may
have more talent at the-skill
positions than anyone else the
Indians play this year.


"The only down side with
them is they play them both
ways," Dickinson said.
"Hopefully, we can control the
ball and get them tired because
they can score some points.

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EQUIPMENT, inflatable
rides, vans and trailers.
Inspection at 7am, auc-
tion at 10am. Saturday,
September 29th, 904-
219-2058.
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Motor Vehicles
1992 LEXUS LS400, HIGH
MILES, RUNS GREAT,
$4500. Newer battery
and tires. Call 904-964-
4111.
18X9 KMC CHROME
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'97 FREIGHTLINER WITH
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title. Asking $6,500, call
904-449-9348.
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352-473-1214 or 352-
235-2942, leave mes-
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9348.
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2987.
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UNION COUNTY. CR229 -
NEW LISTING. 10 acre
lots, wooded, $79,900.
Croal Shores Realty, 904-
885-2135.


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Low down payment. Call
386-496-1146.
BEAUTIFUL 1.16 ACRE
WOODED LOT ON
BLAZING STAR ROAD
off 315C in southern Clay
County near Keystone.
Quiet, secluded. $14,000
firm, no brokers. Call
904-294-4026.
VACANT LOT IN STARKE
COUNTRY CLUB. 1.06
acres, perfect building lot
for new home. Asking
$:- .,II., Call 904-566-
9068, owner/agent.
2 ACRES IN LAWTEY -
ROADFRONT ON
CR125. Asking $25,000,
call 904-449-9348.
2.54 ACRES IN CLAY
COUNTY, KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS, off of CR
315C & Bellamy Rd. area.
Property includes a par-
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SWMH plus well, septic
and power pole. Asking
$59,900, call 904-219-
7879 or 386-661-2230,
leave message.
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Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with office,
barn, mini storage, 5
acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially


cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
TWO COMMERCIAL.
BUILDINGS downtown
Starke. One set up for
restaurant. Huge square
footage. New roofs. Only
$376,500 for both. Call
904-964-4111.
NEW PROFESSIONAL
OFFICES at 417 West
Call Street for lease. Ideal
for medical, legal, ac-
counting or business of-
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ties and taxes, or all 4 of-
fices for $290 each plus
utilities and taxes. Call,
352-275-8531 today for a
walk through.
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.RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $995/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
PRICED TO SELL 2/1
LIKE NEW HOME. Com-
pletely remodeled. Ask-
ing $82,0000. Call


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Brick, Stone, & Texture Patterns

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possibility of additional
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cated 2 miles from Starke
on Hwy 100, 134th St.
$184,000, financing pos-
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Call John at 904-964-
6305.
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2 SITE BUILT
HOME 1/3 acre, with a
pond, Keystone Heights
area, secluded. $795/
mth plus deposit. Call
352-258-0865.
HOME FOR SALE OR
LEASE 3/2 with 2 CAR
GARAGE in Florahome.
Asking $139,000, call
904-316-1252.
BRAND NEW 3/2 WITH
GARAGE ON.75ACRES
in the Deerwood subdivi-
sion across from Super
WalMart. Pre-construc-
tion price, $200K base
price. State, county, city
and military worker spe-
cial discounted price.
Only 4 left, going fast.
Call Mike for more info,
352-474-0680.


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DIVORCED 4/2 HOME
ON ONE ACRE for as low
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904-259-4663, ask for
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HUD FINANCING OVER
200 MILLION DOLLARS
to lend, homes startingat
$29,900. Call 904-259-
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MOVING 5/2 WITH 2.5
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ask for Bryan.
WHOLESALING 5
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2008 4 BEDROOM'S
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acre. No closing cost,
only $95,000. Call Bruce
at 352-378-2453.
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introduced Live Oak
Homes with more options
than Fleetwood for less
money. Introductory
models starling at
$31.553 delivered. Call
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352-378-2453
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Fleetwood and 1
Townhome. Fully
dressed with painted
walls and site-built home
features. Also available
in modular. Call Dave at
352-378-2453.
ONE ACRE + WITH 28X60
MOBILE HOME 3/2 like
new, 2000 model. Fi-
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Low down payment. Call ,
386-496-1146.
MACCLENNY LAND
HOME PACKAGE. New
1579 sq Pt 3/2 upgraded
Satina Kitchen package
and more on 1 5 shaded
acres on the St. Mary's
River $135,000, 904-
259-8028.
LAND FOR SALE 2
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IMPROVEMENTS, North
of Sanderson. $24,900,
call 904-259-8028.
32X80 4/2 "2007" ENTER-
TAINER, $78,900. In-
cludes upgraded appli-
ances and carpet, TV,
surround, delivery and
setup.A/C, skirting, steps
and more. Yarborough
Mobile Homes. 904-259-
8028.
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$32,900 DELIVERED
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$31,500. Includes deliv-
ery and setup. A/C and
skirting Call Larryat 904-


259-1100.
OWNER FINANCING 3/2
MOBILE HOME WITH
FIREPLACE ON 5
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Heights. Low down pay-
ment, $975/mth. Call
352-475-3422.
KIDS WALK TO KEY-
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Mobile home lot on 2/3
acre on paved road, par-
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Heights septic and city
water. $300/mth, call
352-475-3422.
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VARIOUS Singlewide
and Doublewide mobile
homes. 3/2's and 2/2's
from $49,900 and up.
Located in High Ridge
Estates, Keystone
Heights, FL. Possible
owner finance with re-
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386-325-7848.
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T.HE. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Ofice Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
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fer Call 386-754-3869.
ask for Kevin.
LOCAL FORECLOSURES.
Low or $0 down, assume
payments. Financing
available, call 386-754-
0127, Kevin.
RENT TO OWN 3 OR 4
BR HOMES ON YOUR
LAND OR MINE. $500
down, slow or no credit
OK. Call 386-758-7925,
Kevin.

FOR SALE BY OWNER -
4BR DWMH ON 1 ACRE.
Close to town, large oak
trees. Owner finance
possible, call 386-754-
0198, Kevin.
BANKRUPTCY SALE 5
ACRES WITH NICE
JACOBSEN HOME.
Screened porch, large
trees, 2 septic tanks, lot
zoned for 2 homes.
Fenced front. Branford
area, $159K. Call 386-
344-3975.
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For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
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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


CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca;
tion. 10% discount onfirst
month's rent for senior
citizens. Rooms with pri-
vate bath, $115 $135. /
wk. Room without bath,
$100. Laundry facilities
available. Close to
churches, stores, down-
town shopping, theatre,
and more! See Manager
at the Magnolia Hotel,
across from the Starke
Post Office. 904-964-
4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
2/1 MOBILE HOME ON 1/3
ACRE. $325/mth plus
$200/dep. Pets OK. Call.
352-473-2185.
RENT-TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $995/mth. Call
352-258-0865.


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ible terms. Lake Butler
area. Call 386-496-8111.
LAKEFRONT-KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS. 2/2, CH/A,
huge garage, many ex-
tras, $900/mth. Also, 1/
1, CH/A, new, $500/mth.
Call 678-640-1524.
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32054, Ph: 386-496-
3141, TDD/TTY 711.
Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3
& 4 BR HC & non HC ac-
cessible apartments.
Laundry facility & play-
ground. Water, sewer &
garbage provided. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
ONE ACRE MOBILE
HOME LOT FOR RENT.
$250/mth, call 904-796-
0442.
LAKE GENEVA ACCESS -
2BR/1 BA house $600/
mth, $600/dep. Also 2/
1.5 mobile home, $525/
mth, $525/dep. Call 352-
473-2919.
FURNISHED 2BR MH, CH/
A, patio, shed, large


Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call Glen Lourcey

1 352-485-1818


RO' Mk kosiBulA U Ros-
=lhinnle.S V f
'le R-Ro*fSpeciait


PO Box 82
tF White FL 3038R


Office: 386-497-1419
Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
Fax:386-497-1452


Licensed Bonded
Insured
Workers Comp.
License # RC0067442


fenced yard, very clean,
$600/mth plus security.
Starke. Service animals
only. Call 386-496-0683.
NEW DELUXE HOME -
Keystone area. 3/2/2, tile
floors, granite counters,
fireplace, jacuzzi tub,
laundry hookups, all new
stainless steel appli-
ances, pantry, lake ac-
cess. Rent, $1,000/mth.
Leaseto own, $1,480/mth
for 36 months. Call 352-
473-3560.
3/2 NEWLY RENOVATED
HOME FOR RENT in
Park of the Palms, Key-
stone Heights. $875/mth.
Call 352-475-1800 days,


or 352-494-0055iev


or 352-494-0055 eve-
nings.
RENT BRAND NEW 3/2
SITE BUILT HOME 1/3
acre, Keystone Heights
area, with a
pond,secluded. $795/
mth plus deposit. Call
352-473-2185, 904-458-
6197 or 352-258-0865.
SEPTEMBER $499 MOVE-
IN SPECIAL. 2 & 3 BR
mobile homes. Hidden
Oaks Manufactured
Home Community, Lake
Butler. Call for details,
386-496-8111.
2 BEDROOM APART-
MENTS NOW AVAIL-
ABLE. $415/mth. E.H.O.
Call Nita at 352-468-


We Cart i

CONCRETE

www.wecartit.com '


1971.
2/1 ON FENCED CITY LOT
IN STARKE. Very nice,
close to downtown. Ser-
vice animals only, refer-
ences required. $500/
mth plus deposit, possible
senior citizen discount.
Call 352-473-5214.
3/2 HOME ON SMITH
LAKE 4 ACRES OF
BEAUTIFUL LAND off of
CR214. Great potential,
$135,000. Call Jennifer,
904-588-6433.
STARKE APARTMENT.
2BR/1BA, refurbished,
2nd floor, CH/A, window
coverings, enclosed
porch, large living room,


OPEN 24/7
owner: Buddy Browder

I Ia I

19563 NW SR 16
Starke, FL


lWe Haul Redi-Mixed Concrete
in our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
our plant to your redl-forms.
$149 peryd + taxk deliveredto you!
1-yard = 80 sq. ft. at 4" deep











The following properties

4 have been reduced

from Sept. 22 through Sept. 30.

For additional details and photos

go to

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Don't miss this opportunity to

Save Money!


HOMES


Sheila Daugheriv
Reallor


Wearing a "Gators" collar. Missing as of

Saturday, Sept. 22.



$500 Reward


Lost in Keystone Heights

Call 352-258-0865


Erica Norman
Realtor








lenniler Vaughan
Realtor


.


lenmler rarnsworti
Realtor








Ronnie Norman
Realtor


-


Sam Gibson
Realtor
:-







Marlena Palmer
Reallor


(904) 96
TOLL FREE: 1
415 E. Call S


Brenda lourcey v i
Realtor





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8.




4-9222

-877-269-6577 :
it., Starke


Address
7144 Zephyr Lane
6857 CR 214
4686 SE 6th Lane
5727 Cr 352
7652 Alameda Way
6501 Immokalee Rd
822 A North Street
822 B North Street
7987 Valley Drive
5351 CR 352
5960 Spring Lake
4484 SE 2nd Ave
7664 Los Padres
6540 Kings Road
4276 SE 2nd
,5713 Caribbean
1057 46th Loop
5090 CR 214
6356 Payne Rd
6608 Woodland Dr
5670 Silver Sands
5851 White Sands
23611 SR 26
5611 CR 214
6184 Cornell
7638 Oak Forest
6343 Fox Hollow
5723 Chippewa
8242 Melrose Rd
5950 Indian Trail


Address
5886 Indian Trail
5272 Davidson St
7255 Lehigh
SW 80th Place
6137 Furman
Forest Hills Road
7033 Gatorbone Rd
6761 CR 214
CR 219
6388 Antioch
6396 Antioch
6375 Antioch
7695 Cherokee
7221 Radcliffe
5930 Indian Trail
5584 CR 352
5467 Indian Trail
5419 CR 214
Norman St
7233 Lehigft
Breezeway Dr
5576 CR 352
Lot 17 Lake Carlton
Lot 18 Lake Carlton
121 Heritage Way
5715 Cherokee
7650 Monongahela
163 Romanshorn
5764 Bryce Street
141 Romanshorn
Munich Ave
7494 Lolo Ct
7484 Silver Sands Rd
Osceola St


BedlBath
3/2
3/2
3/2.5
3/3
3/2
2/2
2/1
1/1
3/2
3/2
3/2
3/2
3/2
3/2
3/1.5
4/2
3/2
3/2
5/3
5/3
2/1
4/2.5
3/2
4/3
3/2
3/2
3/2
3/2
3/2
2/2


Lot Size
6 acres
100x 150
2 lots
waterfront
100 j150
20 Acres
.9 Acres
.42 Acres
125 X 1275
100 x 150
100 x 150
105 x 150
1 acre
.38 acres
5 Acres
1.10 acres
5 Acres
4.8 acres
.25 Acres
.47 acres
80 x127
1.1 Acres

179 x 349
1.96 acres
.9 acres
1.3 acres
.2 acres
1.14 acres
.47 acres

1.19 acres
1.25
1.2 acres


List rice.
95,000
434,000
315,000
435,000
315,000
198,000
51,900
28,800
132,900
249,900
160,000
199,000
76,000 -
139,000
129,900
139,900
199,900
189,000
249,777
262,977
89,900
248,000
599,900
128,900
64,900
69,900
194,900
135,000
749,900
79,900


List price
50,000
9,900
16,900
137,000
9,900
160,000
47,777
34,200
53,000
9,900
9,900
9,900
32,000
14,000
50,000
32,500
75,900
79,500
8,200
30,000
35,000
32,500
29,900
29,900
72,000
30,000
28,000
5,900
23,800
13,900
5,900
23,900
34,777
37,000


(352) 473-SOLD oA i ^
orI
(352) 473-6200 at orp. t,
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Shield! I Year OTR experience
required. HEARTLAND
EXPRESS (8(11)441-4153
vwww.hiearlandexpress.coim.
MECHANICS: Up to $211.0MH
bonus. Keep Ihe Army Nalional
Guard Rolling. Fix Iluiiveers.
Slryker. etc. Expand your skills
through career Iraining. Be a
Soldier I -Si(t-GO-
GUARD.con/niechanic.
Home, For Sale
linviscors Pa;ili Hlarhbor Modular
HomIles From $53 ',q I tlntished
on your lot. Free color hrbochure
(all John I.yoiu (86I3)86l-3ll62,
Daniel Boonre l.og Hom'
Auction Sal ()tl 2llh -
JacksMnilln. lI I26 New I.og
Honl IPackages I ht beauciloned
lake deliver\ up to onr vearl
Package includit aub-llxor. logs.
windows. dxr\s. ralters. nxifinig.
etc. (Call ( I, l1)76 ) 474
Instrucilfin
AMLRICA'S DRIVING
A(ADL MY!' Siart Isour dnLiMn
career inda;i' Ollering Colurse, In1
CDL A' Ia lUllinnI lie Man
pa ncil't options' No


regislralion Iee! (888)8))W-5ll
inflo anmericasdrivingacadeimy
corn.
Miscellaneous
DIVORCE$275-
$3s5('T()VERS children, etc
Only one gunlaluri required!
'Excludes go\t. feei'! ('all
r eekdav, l(Slll)4-162-20t11.
cxil.hIll. (San-hplm) Alta
Di\orcc. LLC. Established
1977.
AIRI.NIES ARI IIIRIN -
I rain tur high pa ing A\ilIIIItl
Maintllnance ('ar'er. i AA
v. .. .l p -.. ... I ... ...I .... I
asvMiull ('Ail. AIvallion
Instill te 1o MI.lllll.lnanll c
(uSS)34Si-.587.
AT'l:N) COI'..1-6;F ONLINI
tromn loniC. MMdnical. husinis.
parilegtal. comlpultrs. crrinllll
jutlct'. Job piacmentc
awlance Iliancial aid and
co'lnipultr pro' i di d i' (iqualiti d.
Call tSf866iS82121 .
vww On()nic li'dc aIier le'ch co
Ill.


Real Eslale
BEAUlltFU, N. (AROI.INA.
ESCAPE 1) BEAUTIFUL I.
WESTERN NO RII1
(AROI.INA MTS FREE Color
Brochure & Inforllationi
MOUNTAIN PROPERrI1ES
with Speclacular views. I lomites.
(ibs. ('reeks. & Investment
acreage CHE(ROKI I
MOIUNAIN GMAC REAl.
ES'At''E...
cherokeeiimounainreally.comn
('all or lree broxhui (SreiXS41I-
5SiiS

G(; RG (;lIO S N. C.
MOUNTAIN lHOMI:S11S 3-7
Acres from jusl $71.(<1111
MINUT'IS TO ASIII:VII.II
N.C' I 1jo1 i vcping moinlain
ews. A nile iof lrier Ironiagci
and walking trails. Amenities
include gated entrance.
community lodge & Rieirside
IBO area, Excellent Iinanciuni
A'i.ilahle (;RANI)D OPENINI;
Salurdai. October 131h (;all
lixld! i877811S-5253 X 297.
I.IM IED 'IMEI OFFER 1(H'
I INAN'ING(- Gateld Likelroni
(ommnlunil oll the NC Blue
Ridge Mitn. llm nles ol
Shoreline sarl t$S .Illll Call


Nov (SIX))711N-I.A KIF
IST TIIME I I:RIED
Colorado Mounlain Ranch 15
ACRES $4ii.(lII. Priced ilr
Ouiek Sale. 0\erlooking a;
ta.lenli lik. i beaulilrill\ Irved.
3(611 d'cgrc'' niounlail \liCi .
adjacent io nalonal I'oresl F/
1rt'n (861)353-4117.
Estate Iliironesmtl in (ialed
Laikelroni Co'niininiCs on
Pri ine I.ake', in beauli'ul
W'eIt.rn North C;iroinia Call
No iS(li)7110-I .AKI
EXCI.l'SIVI I:Sl''I ll.S! IVr,
rare clatl', being oill'red lor I'
line Iniquc v tilerfall es'ati
15.'i acre g ninllan '. larml
Vi e w to(
Swww.ironlrsi aiiislalesColII.

Aulumin Lake Sale! Dockable
I.aki'tnroni & Liak Acc,,rs with
IERI: I oal Slips NOWI
$1S .li) SAV\E TI NS 01
I llOl'SANDS' (lorgceous
pri\ ale lake Call now
( '88)712.2-'51 \ 527
w'vw indinlakiln oilm.
VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Lor
cabin shell on 2 priati acre'


niar t\ C widc iroul ream in tihc
.Gala arca and Nvw Riedr SlaIr
Park. $139.5i11i okner ,18i6)781-
8535.
DiirC P'ri\ ale Accle"s to Jeli'trtii
Nall FlIorTc Il 01l ol a kind lind
ollferinug iil\ol hardlwiuld tforrlI &
pritlini paiure Incridilhc miiin
it" s Onl\ $S Io.IMI,
www, .Nationi.ll I or'sl ;iaid>otini
A~\ISOIMI MI'N VII .S 27
AC' Irout Stlrcam $ I 4.(Ml II llnjo
pri\l ;t'its' l, o N';t'lI i or .
RIad< ro trophy\ Iro6tl fishing!
Prrkcd. phlionr & cRliiric P'rcl
lor horws. I ai linaIning ( all
owmnrl3l 14)262-27711
Min I.al d liarguviin Il.arg Inroul
,trcan propwrlrhe \ nal'[ I'frt.q
I ro n la 1g. o6 I o:
www.\'aland*,alc.coml
A Mountains R'lreat' 3 IBR
IIOMI 15I ACRI S I'nlO griall
miin tICwy. prlkac\. & wn m,\\in
lrophli troul sirtcai' lacks tiup li
JellTeron Natll l-orei'l Si;c road
['rontage A pi'ricl gv'aaii i,
$294.6ll1). Call now 1877)20i2.
2727
270' I NO1SIRU("I11) 41)


Auction sale price
90,250
412,299
310,000
414,900
299,500
188,000
46,710
25,920
126,255
209,900
150,000
189,000
73,000
132,050
123,405
132,900
189,999
179,550
237,777
249,777
84,405
235,600
-499,900
121,500
61,600
65,500
189,900
119,900
699,900
69,900


Auction sale price
45,000
8,800
14,900
130,000
8,800
144,000
33,155
27,500
44,000
8,900
8,900
8,900-
30,400
13,300
45,000
27,000
72,105
75,525
7,300
28,500
33.250
27,000
28,400 '
28,400
68,400
28.500
25.200
5.605
22,600
13,250
5.605
22,700
31,999
30,000


7384 SR 21
KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS, FL


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Sltl Buildings
Steel Buildings. I liol I)calsl t
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V icomIpronvri'id viii vsiei.g ri'COl'r
Si' irve' IISit I ,SNi. S 1Si ll'lI
All Shel Buildimgs signal
ManullaClurer 411\itl to IKI1\2511
I actor direct V i collraclor or
Icusinmer i III I( lis 2SN 5
wwvra vi duildiig oin

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Slrihl \\ai ll SMpv. Ihlngrs.,
Aarehouses. hMni.mIor',ge.
('Coinmerl'al lndutrl;l srings.
2.(1111-1 1111.It sqIILLIrefcrl 25
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LOTS/ACREAGE


MLS#
391147
393369
393306
296859
312031
335649
340478
340513
340754
345156
346971
351624
355357
355427
358205
362955
387676
388333
389320
382977
380521
379848
378082
376922
376525
376252
374102
371667
360746
364305


MLS#
329845
394151
394158
390108
394141
393864
293957
298318
298320
316382
316388
316394
318715
334665
329830
324980
338456
340480
342498
348471
355758
357689
368211
368216
368249
368261
369306
372878
372883
372908
372929
383105
383959
323414


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Sept. 27, 2007 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-C-SECTION, Page 7C


oin. al eG _iI AMn fVL -unteers ow


: The Telegraph, Monitor, and Times will recognize all the folks who give so much ot tneir time to educate ana protect our yuu'E un.uuylu --...'
y Call 904-964-6305 386-496-2261 352-473-2210 for more information


Kitchen stove/refrigerator,
washer/dryer. Rent is
$425 with a $400 security.
Call Dixon Rentals at
352-588-0013 for applica-
tion and appointment.
1/1 WITH KITCHEN AND
DINING ROOM includes
electric and TV
Florahome area. $550/
mth with $300/dep. Call
904-759-5873.
LAKE SANTA FE COT-
TAGE, 2/1, WASHER
ANTD DRYER, YARD
SERVICE INCLUDED
Dock, boat lift, furnished/
unfurnished $950/mth.
call 352-468-2386
MUST SEE BEAUTIFUL
2/2 LAKE HOUSE, re-
modeled kitchen and
bath. Peaceful get away,
Vulcan stove and com-
mercial refrigerator,
washer & dryer included,
furnished. Must see, price
reduced. Call 904-887-
8451.
UNIQUE DESIGNER LOG
CABIN, 2/1 ON 2
FENCED ACRES. 30
minutes to Ocala,
Middleburg, Palatka and
Gainesville. $975/mth,
first and security. Call
904-314-7314.
4/2 MOBILE HOME, re-
modeled on 3 acres. Ser-
fice animals only. Lo-
cated in Raiford on
9R125. $950/mth, first
and last month's rent and
$500/dep. Available Oct.
tst. Call 904-259-4891.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MO-
OILE HOME 4 miles
fiom Lake Butler, 10 miles
from Starke on 100W.
$500/dep, $750/mth. Call
904-284-9223 or 904-
305-8287.
2/g MOBILE HOME WITH
GARAGE. $625/mth, first


plus deposit. Hwy 18 in
Hampton close to Hwy
301. Call 352-473-3728
2BR/1 BA SWMH on fenced
1 acre lot, Keystone area,
$525/mth, first, last & se-
curity Call 352-475-3094.
CONVENIENT AND
CLEAN 2BR SWMH IN
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
No smoking. $525/mth,
$600fsecurity. Call 352-
473-1025, leave mes-
sage
51
Lost/Found
LOST MINIATURE DO-
BERMAN PINSCHER -
vicinity of Colley Rd and
Pinebreeze Missing
since 9/21, black and tan
female. Reward offered.
Call 904-964-4770.
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation.
FREE LAB PUPPIES -
BLACK AND CHOCO-
LATE. 5 males, 1 female,
ready to go. First series
shots and wormed. Call
904-964-511.4.
53A
Yard Sales
WANTED YOUR VIN-
TAGE CLOTHING,
PURSES, shoes,
scarves, jackets, men's
and women's. Looking
for 1940's, 1950's,
1960's, 1970's and
1980's clothing. Call Bar-
bara, 352-235-0515.


Southern 'im6erco, nc.












We buy timber.

Pine and Hardwoods

Small & Large Tracts

Josh Crawford Michael Hardee

352-745-1565 904-364-6907


Don't throw it away, call
me'
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-? HUGE YARD
SALE LOW PRICES
13380 SE CR 100A on
Gnffis Loop across from
Grace Baptist Church.
Clothing, kitchen, house-
hold, furniture, wood
heater, TV, crafts, fall
items, books, Disney vid-
eos, interior doors with
hardware, too much to
list.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY
YARD SALE THURS-
DAY-SATURDAY, 9/27-9/
29. Furniture, clothing,
video games, toys, mov-
ies, crafts, exercise
equipment, way too much
to list. Tatum Sawmill
Road, Lawtey, CR 200A,
8am-?
YARD SALE SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 29, 8am-
2pm. 514 WAdkins St.
Washer, dryer, big screen
TV, etc.
ESTATE/HARDSHIP SALE
EVERYTHING MUST
GO. Most offers- ac-
cepted. 13595 SW CR
227 off Hwy 301, 1 mile
on right, look for signs.
Saturday and Sunday,
9am-?

ROOMS


FOR RENT
Economy Inn
lawtey,Ft* $35 a Up
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable/HBO
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
MOVING SALE. FURNI
TURE, HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, ANTIQUES
9am-2pm. Friday and
Saturday, 6794 Spring
Lake Rd
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE SATURDAY
ONLY, 8am-4pm 6238
Baylor Ave, Highridge
Estates. Toys, computer
games, fabric, movies
and more.
.FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-? DEER SPRINGS
RD, HWY 21N to Gasline,
follow signs. Furniture,
computers, clothes, lots
of misc.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE SATURDAY,
8AM-1PM. Antiques,
clothing, toys, household,
gocart and more. 225
Fairway at Century 21
sign (near Woman's
Club). Also Open House,
buy up my house.
55
Wanted
WANTED TO BUY OLD
HOTWHEEL CARS,
1968-1979. Please call
Steve at 352-235-7017.


For Sale 57
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction New still in
boxes. Retail $6100, sac-
rifice 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.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-8588.
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS -
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Phone, 904-
782-3172 or 904-509-
9126.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100 and
up each, electric stove,


20 Acres Planted Pines

w/dirt road access on one side of property


.200,000

If you have approved credit fina.:inng available

Call John @ 904-964-6305


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4BR/3BA. 2.714 SF 2.010 SF heaiedi o-n 1/2 acre lo. Hardi-
plank siding, irrigation s\ tem,. concrete Jri.ea\. garage. tile
and wood floors, carpet in bedro'omsm. stainle,, steel applincet,.
jacuzzi tub. security ,\stem and much more. $30).11-0.ii
Call (352) 636-3901. j


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Offi~ce: 904-964-7330
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written guarantee, deliv-
ery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
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.
WASHER AND DRYER
SET, 90 DAY WAR-
RANTY, $175. Side by
side refrigerators, $200.
Also, stoves, different
styles. Call 904-964-
8222
LOST VALLEY CAMP-
GROUNDS, LOT 38. 2
buses 3' long full of stuff.
1 trailer and 1 camper
loaded. 2 million pieces
of jewelry and lots of
misc. Come see me.
94" SOFA BED, VERY
GOOD CONDITION,
$150. Call 904-964-
5236.
4 POSTER QUEEN SIZE
BED Black wrought iron
with adjusting floor mirror
and night stand. $350,


call 352-283-5173.
Comes with mattress.
BOWFLEX SPORT HOME
GYM Never used, will
take $450. Call 352-473-
2743.
GIRL'S WHITEWASHED
PINE BEDROOM SUITE
Full/queen headboard,
dresser with mirror,
lighted desk with hutch
and chair, lingerie chest
and nightstand. Asking
$450, call 352-258-8602.
DIRECTWAY SATELLITE
INTERNET SYSTEM
WITH DISH POLE.
HN7000S and DW7000
modems. Asking $800,
call 904-964-7808 or 352-
494-7361.
ELECTRIC MOTORIZED
CHAIR/SCOOTER,
NEW. Call for best offer
at 904-368-0591.
HP COMPUTER HARD
DRIVE AND MONITOR,
4 years old, $75. Ford
F250 tailgate, $50. Pool
slide, turns right, $175. 2-
seat gocart frame, new,
large tires, $75. 2 white
glass and mirrored cabi-
nets, $100 each.
Mitsubishi TV, needs disc
cleaning, 54"wide, $175.


S429.9(lM Custom built, one
acre lot, access to Lake Geneva.
Open LR. DR. kitchen and split
bedroom Four car garage.
Large open front porch. Wood
cabinets. quarru countenops &
Brazillian cherry wood floonng.
Delu\e master suite includes
t.o closets. linen closet. double
,anities & garden rub ilth tile
surround.
visit website for virtual tour


Large corner desk, $50.
2-seat baby jogger, $50.
Boat motors, Johnson
motors, 115 and 85hp,
best offer. 2 Honda
motorcycles. Call 386-
530-1833.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages. 1-
800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trimming,
landscape design. Rea-
sonable rates, free esti-
mates. Commercial &
residential. Licensed and
insured. Call 386-719-
2200, if no answer please
leave message.


D & D TRUCK SERVICE
AND REPAIR Need your
truck fixed? I have cheap
and low prices. Call for
an estimate, 904-782-
3578 or 904-364-8963.
SISTERS' CLEANING
SERVICE Business and
residential, references
available. Free esti-
mates. Weekly, biweekly
and monthly rates avail-
able. Team of 4 available
for Spring Cleaning. Call
today, 904-368-0591 or
352-473-4579.
ONE-STOP HANDYMAN
SERVICES. For all
plumbing, tile and electri-
cal repair or carpentry
needs. Jim Armstrong,
Melrose, 352-475-3815.
References available.
HORSESHOEING- MARK
MYER. Call 352-339-
3415 or 352-475-3952.
HIGH SPEED INTERNET
BYHUGHESNET. ZERO
UP FRONT for new cus-
tomer! Also DirectTV and
Dish Network provider.
www.VSATl.com. Con-
tact Satcom Services,
352-494-5484.
ED'S HOMETOWN DAINT-
ING- interior, r and


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1 10,00(0 Great weekender home on Silver Sands Lake.
Pn\ate dn'e to home & an oak hammock in front vard &
like %ie\,. Lake ti great for s,,imming & fishing Ulpdate,
to home are laminate wood flooring. ne'\ cabinet, sink &
toilet in bathroom Full kitchen and tio bedrooms.

$160.i.H'i 3BR/2BA. Palm Harbor Home
Pn ate sending %irh mobile home on 10.75 acres with 37x21
two stall barn uith tack room and ndmng area. Most of
property is still wooded but lends plenty of room to nde
Large 8\4-l screened back porch & large deck. Tvo car
carport & r ao sheds. Located on S.R. 21 South of Melrose


$229,900
3BR/2BA, home is like
new, near schools.


$265,000 8 Acres
Cedar home, wrap around
porch, above ground pool.


Cdtal M issa Coayat.. 52-494-1829



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Multi-Million Dollar Producer


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"We Specialize in Dangerous Trees"
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Licensed & Insured Residential & Commercial

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pressure washing. Free
estimates, 25 years expe-
rience. Call Ed at 352-
317-5450.
64
Business
Opportunities
LIQUOR LICENSE
Bradford County. No
transfer fee
RealtyMasters, Realtors
800-523-7651.
THINKING OF A CAREER
IN REAL ESTATE? Li-
censing classes begin
September 29-October
14 for the weekend
course. For more infor-
mation, contact Dean
Weaver at 352-473-6201,
Watson Realty Corp.
65
Help Wanted
ENTRY LEVEL AMERI-
CAN ACCESS TECH-
NOLOGIES is now ac-
cepting'applications for
our Keystone Heights lo-
cation. Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vancement. Train to be a
Punch Operator, Brake
Operator, Grinder, Run a
Hardware Press, etc. 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting
salary is $7.25/hr. DFWP,
good benefits, 352-473-
4984.
2nd SHIFT, WILL TRAIN,
WITH GREAT POTEN-
TIAL FOR ADVANCE-
MENT. Hours are Mon-
day Friday, 3pm-'
11:30pm. Starting salary
will be $7.75/hr. Ameri-
can Access Technologies,
a sheet metal fabrication
company located in Ke-
stone Heights. DFWP,
good benefits, 352-473-
4984.


COMPANY SPECIALIZING
in Erosion control now hir-
ing the following posi-
tions Class A CDL driv-
ers, Crew leaders, me-
chanic. equipment opera-
tors, laborers -valid Driv-
ers license a Must! Fax
resume to 904-275-3292
or call 904-275-4960,
EOE. Drug Free Work-
place.
CNA/LPN/RN 24-32/WK.
CONTACT DIANE
LUTZEN, 904-284-8578,
Penney Retirement Com-
munity. Drug Free Work
Place and EOE.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW
BEING ACCEPTED for
FT Kitchen Utility/Dish-
washer. Apply Penney
Retirement Community.
Contact Annette Stafford
at 904-284-8529. Drug
Free Work Place and
SEOE.
SILKSCREENER -SHEET
METAL FABRICATION
company interested in
experienced silkscreener
or individual willing to
train. Full time, good ben-
efits. DFWP, 352-473-
4984.
MEDICAL TECHNOLO-
GIST UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA. The Alpha-1
Research Program in the
Department of Mtedicine,
Division of Pulmonary,
Critical Care and Sleep
Medicine is recruiting for
a Medical Technologist;
This position will support
current clinical diagnostic
laboratory operations and
serve as primary Medical
Technologist. The incum-
bent will possess a valid
Florida Medical Technolo-
gist License, have previ-
ous experience in clinical
lab setting, working with


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blood tissue samples,
nephelometry, isoelectric
focusing, DNA/
Geotyping. Expected
starting salary range: $16
- $23, based on qualifica-
tions and experience. To
complete an online appli-
cation, visit our website at
www.hr.ufl.edu/job. Ref-
erence requisition
#0703335, deadline date
open until filled. If an
accommodation due to a
disability is needed to ap-
ply for this position,
please call 352-392-4621
or the Florida Relay Sys-
tem at 800-955-8771
(TDD). UF is an Equal
Employment Opportunity
Employer.
HELPER NEEDED for
home repair work. Call
352-475-1596, leave a
message.
TUTORS WANTED 60
COLLEGE CREDIT
HOURS MINIMUM.
Great pay. Fax resume
or phone 352-475-5645.
DONNA K'S BEAUTY
CORRAL needs hairstyl-
ist and nail tech with cli-
entele. Please call 904-
964-5485, booth rental.
ATTENTION 23 PEOPLE
GET PAID TO LOSE
WEIGHT. Limited time
and space, free samples.
Apply now! Call me at
888-203-0610 or e-mail at
gethealthy4life@hotmail.
com.
UNION COUNTY PUBLIC
LIBRARY JOB OPENING
for Library Page. 10
hours per week, minimum
wage. Must be able to


work after school hours
and Saturdays. High
school graduate or high
school student 16 years
or older. Basic computer
knowledge and interper-
sonal skills. Apply in per-
son Mon-Fri 9am-5pm at
Union County Public Li-
brary, 175 W Main St.,
Lake Butler. Deadline for
applications is September
28, 2007.
FULL-TIME POSITION IN
THE FINANCE DEPART-
MENT of the Office of the
Bradford County Clerk of
Courts. HS/GED, Ac-
counting, all Microsoft
Office applications with
strong knowledge of Ex-
cel, 35 CWPM, passing
score of Skills Check
Test, provide clerical and
technical support to the
Finance Director. All test-
ing will be administered
by Florida Works located
at 819 South Walnut
Street, Bradford Square
Shopping Center, Starke.
Applications may be ob-
tained at the Office of the
Clerk, Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 N.
Temple Ave., Starke, FL.
Applications and test re-
sults must be returned to
the Office of the Clerk by'
3:00pm, October 4, 2007.
CALLING ALL COYOTE
UGLY TYPE GIRLS AND
ROAD RULES KIND OF
GUYS. If this describes
you, then you are right for
our awesome travel job.
It's a youth incentive pro-
gram that will take you
coast to coast working
with a fun and adventur-


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Managers & Asst.

Managers Needed
Convenience Store Co. is seeking highly
motivated, enthusiastic professionals
with retail experience for the Lawtey
area. Competitive Salary, Bonus,
Benefits and opportunity to join a
progressive and fast-growing company.
FAX resume ATTN:
Tammy at (352) 333-1161 or Call
Tammy at (352) 333-3011 Ext. 43 &
leave name & number


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ous group. $400-$800/
wk, 2 paid vacations and
bonuses. Transportation
and lodging provided.
Opportunity knocks, this
one rocks. 1-800-701-
1442, www.forceone
team.com, 18 and over
only.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator II
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 hr
min per week. Apply at
Gator II Farm Supply.
South of Starke on Hwy
301.. HS Diploma re-
quired.
SATURDAY/SUNDAY PO-
SITION IN OFFICE AT
WALDO FLEA MARKET,
7am-5pm, $8/hr. Must
have some computer
skills and enjoy working
with people. Call 352-
468-2255 x10.
LOCAL SELF STORAGE
COMPANY SEEKING
PART-TIME MANAGER.
For consideration, please
call 904-964-3400 or fax
resume to 352-468-2189.


NO EXPERIENCE NECES-
SARY We have positions
available for mechanics,
welders, electricians and
electronics trainees. Full
pay while you learn, with
paid relocation. Place-
ment guaranteed. H.S.
grads, ages 17-34. Call
1-800-342-8123, Mon-
Fri.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
SLab MLT/MT-FT, PTand
PRN positions. Para-
medic-PRN. Physical
Therapist-PRN. Speech
Therapist-PRN. Occupa-
tional Therapist-PRN.
For further information,
please visit our website at
www.lakebutlerhospital.
com. 386-496-2323, fax
386-496-1611. Equal
Employment Opportunity/
Drug Free Workplace.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
Housekeeping Aide-PT
evenings (waxing and
buffing floors). Forfurther
information, please visit
our website at
www.lakebutlerhospital.
com. 386-496-2323, fax
386-496-1611. Equal
Employment Opportunity/
Drug Free Workplace.


PUBLIC LIBRARY CIRCU-
LATION ASSISTANTS
(2), reference assistant
and children's services
assistant for Bradford
County Public Library.
Applications and job de-
scriptions available at
Clerk of Court's Office,
Bradford County Court-
house. Applications close
at 9am, October 9, 2007.
EOE Employer.
ATTENTION CNA'S FULL/
PART TIME NEEDED.
11:00pm-7:30am. New
grads welcome. Apply at
Macclenny Nursing and
Rehab, ask for Sharon or
Melves, 904-259-4873.
CONTROL PANEL
BUILDER Specialty con-
tracting company in
Melrose is seeking full
time or part time help to
build/wire control panels.
Some wiring/electrical
experience required.
Send inquiries to
jobs@floridadsi.com or
fax to 352-475-5393.
DRIVER ARE YOU RE-
CEIVING 5 STAR PAY?
Roehl drivers are with
practical mileage and top
10 pay. Guaranteed
sometime options for 7
on/7 off fleets. Also re-
gional, national. Up to
$3,000 sign-on bonus.'
53' van/48' FB. Students
and 0/0 welcome. Class
A required. Roehl, "The


take home more, be
home more" carrier. Call
today, 800-626-4915.
www.GoRoehl.com.
THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT DE-
PARTMENT is seeking a
full-time Administrative
Assistant. This is a one-
year, grant funded, OPS
position. This position will
require someone with
strong math, computer
and communication skills.
Experience with mort-
gage loan processing is a
plus. Salary range is $9-
$12/hr, depending on ex-
perience. Applications
may be obtained at the
Community Development
Office located at 925-E
North Temple Avenue in
Starke. Completed appli-
cations must be returned
no later than October 10,
2007. EOE.
EXPERIENCED TEACH-
ERS WANTED FOR 1
AND 2 YEAR OLDS.
Please -call 352-473-
2008.
THE HOUSE, STARKE'S
NEWEST YOUTH EN-
TERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, is looking for youth-
oriented bands with posi-
tive lyrics. Call Mark at
904-859-2424.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-


/ Must be'able to pass
background check & drug test
V Must have valid drivers license
V Full-time or Part-time Positions
6 Medical/Dental Insurance
/ Vacation & Sick time
/ Bonuses
/ Pay up to $800/week
(depends on experience)

EXPERIENCED ONLY need apply in person at:

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Excellent Training Program
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Looking for a job? Looking for employee's?
Check out Florida Works....
We are located in the Bradford Square Center
819 S. Walnut St., Starke, FL
or visit us online at
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904-964-8092


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PLICATIONS for RNs and
LPNs FT 3/11 shift. Ap-
ply in person at Bradford
Terrace, 808 S. Colley
Rd., Starke, FL 32091.:
904-964-6220, DFWP/
EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE, a
Skilled Nursing Facilityis
now accepting applica-
tions for an experienced
floor tech. Apply in per-
son at Bradford Terrace,
808 S. Colley Rd., Starke,
FL 32091. (904)964-
6220, DFWP/EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE, a
Skilled Nursing Facility is
now accepting applica-
tions for FT CNAs, 3/11
shift. Apply in person at
Bradford Terrace, 808 S.
Colley Rd., Starke, FL
32091. (904)964-6220,
DFWP/EOE.


RECORDS CLERK
The Bradford County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting
applications for the position of Records Clerk. This
position is located in the Jail Administrative Office and is
responsible to the Jail Administrator. The Record Clerk
distributes mail, schedules visitation, responds to phone
inquires, assists the public in the lobby, maintains active
and inactive inmate files, and numerous required logs.
Qualified applicants must have a High School Diploma,
good computer skills and good to excellent interpersonal
skills. Salary is $18,000 plus, DOQ. full benefits package
including state retirement, health and life insurance and
ample leave policy. Position is posted until filled. First
interviews will be the week of October 8th. Applications
may be obtained at Florida Works, 819 S. Walnut St. in the
Bradford Square Shopping Center or online at
bradfordsheriff.org.
SEqual Opportunity Employer


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


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* BushHog Mowing
*'l'r Trimming & Removal
*Site Cl nm Up
* Trash Removal
* Pine Bark & C(ptss Mulch
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* Fivre Estiimate


0<-iFL LUICE CITY

SENIOR STAFF
ASSISTANT
This is a secretarial
position located in the
Human Resources
office. Duties include
serving as the
receptionist for
Human Resources,
typing, filing, and
assisting the Director
of Human Resource'
with administrative
duties. High school
graduate or equivalent
with 4 years secretarial
or clerical experience.
Proficient in Word,
Excel and Outlook.
Application deadline:
Oct. 5, 2007.
Salary: $23,827
annually plus benefits.
STAFF ASSISTANT I
(Part-Time)
20HRS PER WEEK
Secretarial work in
Human Resources
performing, typing,
filing, and general
secretarial duties.
High School Diploma
or its equivalent plus 2
years clerical
experience.
Application Deadline:
Oct. 5, 2007
Salary: $9.90 per hour.
CUSTODIAN/
FLOOR CARE
SPECIALIST
Day shift.
Tuesday Saturday
Manual work in
routin'e'housekeeping,
cleaning and caring for
campus buildings,
with an emphasis on
floor care
maintenance. Must be
able to lift and carry
441bs. Must read and
write English.
Salary: $17,780
annually, plus benefits.
Deadline to apply:
October 5, 2007
College application
required. Special
consideration for
Associate's degree or
certificate in a related
area.
Position details and
application available
on the web. at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resources
Lake City
Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone:
(386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc
.edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern
Association of
Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in
Education &
Employment


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Sept. 2 _EGRAin, ..,c & MOt. -C-SECTION Page yo


Tigers get shut out by Panthers in district opener


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
In their first district game of
the season, the Union County
Tigers took a hard 46-0 loss to
fourth-ranked Newberry on
Sept. 21 in Newberry.
The host Panthers (4-0, 1-0
in District 4-2B) did not help
themselves with turnovers.
They had 10 penalties for 95
yards at the half (Union had
three for 21 yards) and
finished the game with 12 for
125 yards.
However, the Tigers (1-3, 0-
1 in District 4-2B) did not
benefit from that disparity, as
their offense was held to
minus-4 yards rushing on 10
attempts, while Newberry
rushed for 179 yards on 21
attempts. Panthers running
back Antwan Ivey, who made
some in attendance reminisce
about former Union running
back C.J. Spiller, was a force
the Tigers were unable to
reckon with.
- That's not to say the Tigers
did not make some impressive
defensive plays.
Jordan Clyatt, after the
opening kickoff, made a good
tackle on Ivey, forcing him out
of bounds. Shandale Lee and
Aaron Dukes would make two
more great tackles before Ivey


Union County umi.i ..19 dacK rodd Filer (left) looks for running room while teammate
Justin Hanson (foreground right) prepares to block a defender.


took a handoff and found the
end 7nne from 4 yards out.
On iNewouy J 1nAL
possession, Union defenders
Dukes, S.J. Simmons and
Aaron McRae were able to
corral Newberry's Ivey, but
the Panthers were still able to
score a touchdown, with Guy
Brown doing the honors on a
12-yard run that put Newberry
up 12-0.
Before the end of the first


half, the Tigers could not gain
any yards against Newberry,
but Ivey was able to break two
tackles before being knocked
down at the 1-yard line by
Clyatt, who prevented the
Panthers from scoring again.
The accomplishment was
short-lived, however, as
Newberry's Xavier ,Woods
easily ran the ball in for the
score, which, with the PAT,
put the Panthers up 19-0 in the


second quarter.
union quarterback Chris
Alexander, on the Tigers' last
possession of the first half,
threw a near-perfect pass to
Bryan Holmes, but Holmes
was unable to come down with
the ball. The Tigers rebounded
when Matt Cason caught an
Alexander pass for a first
down.
It seemed things were
looking up for the Tigers as


UC, Santa Fe both seeking second win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Both teams are struggling,
but Santa Fe seems to have one
thing going for it when it
squares off against Union
County this Friday, Sept. 28-
the Raiders are unbeaten at
home.
SThe Tigers travel to Alachua
to play the Raiders at 7:30 p.m.
Both teams have 1-3 records,
but Santa Fe, in its only home
game to date this season, came
away victorious with a 20-19
win over Taylor County on
Sept. 15.
: Santa Fe, under new head


coach Bart Brooks, is
attempting to improve upon a
1-9 season last year. The
Raiders, however, who
graduated 12 seniors, have
been outscored in their three
losses by an average score of
38-11.
The Raiders opened their
season against the same team
Union lost to last week-
Newberry. Whereas the Tigers
lost 46-0 to Newberry, Santa
Fe lost 27-7.
Santa Fe, in fact, led 7-0 at
the half, getting a 4-yard
touchdown run from senior
running back K.J. Carter with
1:49 remaining in the second


Bradford coaches John
B H S Loper and Jeff Ledger wish to
express their thanks to.
Continued from p. 4C invitational sponsors Matt
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Continued from p. 4C

with a time of 27:22 and Tiana
Sheffield 10'h with a time of
28:06.
Hannah Ricker placed 16th
fori Bradford, followed by
teammates Jodi Carter and
Kayla Nugent, who were 25th
and 26'h.
On the boys' side, Merrill
placed first with a time of
20:42, giving him four wins in
four meets. His effort, along
with four other top-15 finishes,
helped the Hurricanes finish
second with 37 points. They
were just edged out by
Oakleaf, which had 36 points.
1 Yankeetown and Williston
were third and fourth,
respectively, with 96 and 112
points.

Rowdy Rensberger was the
next Hurricane to cross the
finish line behind Merrill,


placing eighth with a time of
24:18. Tyler Crawford just
missed out on a top-10 finish,
placing 11th with a time of
25:04.
James Ramseur and Ian
Waters were 12th and 13th,
respectively, with times of
25:14 and 25:15. Waters' time
was a personal record.
Also competing for Bradford
were Laqwan Frazier (28:08),
Seth Miller (29:10) and
Rajheem Roddy (29:37).
Roddy's time was a personal
record.


quarter.
Newberry would score 20
points in the fourth quarter to
put the game away.
Santa Fe's defense gave up 9
yards per carry to Newberry
running backs, who totaled
385 yards, but the Raiders did
force four turnovers.
Offensively, 'the Raiders
rushed for 118 yards on 35
carries. Carter, who had 24
yards on six carries, and fellow
senior running back Deonte
Merricks were forced to leave
the game with leg injuries.
Santa Fe senior quarterback


Will Scaff was 6-of-12 passing
for 46 yards, but he threw two
interceptions.
Senior wide receiver Darrian
Taylor had three receptions for
41 yards.
The Raiders lost 45-19 to
Middleburg before bouncing
back to defeat Taylor County.
Santa Fe, however, is
coming off of a 43-7 loss to
Dunn'ellon last week.
This will mark the third
week this season Union has
played a larger school. Santa
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Alexander completed another
pass to Jordan Williams, but an
incompletion and a loss on a
running play by Sammy
Simmons had Union facing
third-and-13. The offense just
couldn't provide protection for
Alexander, who was sacked on
the next play, making it fourth-
and-22. The Tigers went for it,
but Alexander's pass, which
went in and out of the hands of
a Newberry player, fell
incomplete.
Union received the second-
half kickoff and gained two
first downs on three runs by
Todd Filer and a catch by
Williams. The Tigers,
however, eventually turned the
ball over on downs.
Two more touchdowns by
the Panthers upped the score to
32-0 with 5:23 left in the third
quarter. Ivey later scored his
second touchdown of the night
to put his team up 39-0.
A catch by Williams brought
the Tigers another first down,
but Alexander was sacked to
,once again put the Tigers in
the. hole.
On the Panthers' ensuing


possession, they made a run
right down the middle with no
one there to stop them. The
PAT was good, bringing the
score to 46-0 with two minutes
left on the clock.
Newberry wound up
outgaining the Tigers by 210
yards (340-130).


Score By Quarter
UCHS 0 0 0
NHS 12 13 14


0-0
7-46


Scoring Summary
N: Ivey 4 run (kick failed)
N: Brown 12 run (run failed)
N: Woods 1 run (Warner kick)
N: Robinson 35 pass from
Brown (kick failed)
N: Woods 8 run (Warner kick)
N: Ivey 6 run (Warner kick)
N: Lewis 6 run (Warner kick)


Team Statistics
U


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passing Yds.
Passes
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties


10
25-55
75
12-20-1
1-1
5-46


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32-294
46
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2-0
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BY CLIFF SMELLED
Teh'lraph Sita iI riur
Bradford attempts I' r rcik j
two-game losing lreaj i;i',
Friday, Sept 28. but it all c
against a team tha3 haj l :. %n
two in a ro% hen the
Tornadoes travel to Callahan
to play District 3-2A opp.:rneni
West Nassau at -" i p.m
West Nassau 2-2. I-1.1 in
District 31 did noit get off: i.-
gobd start this \ear. dropprr'
games ag:in-r EpiwcI.:.pjl 2-i.
6) and Cla) jl'-i),, but the
Warriors have since defeated
Union County 13-7 and Yulee
48-13.
In the district win over
Yulee, Shane Griffin had punt
returns of 31 and 56 yards that
both went for touchdowns,
while quarterback A.J.
Higginbotham rushed for one
score and threw for another.
Higginbotham's touchdown


MATCHUP
Continued from p. 4C

the next play when lineman
Dominic Jones picked off a
desperate fourth-and-20 pass.
Hoard, commenting on the
penalty that brought back
Harris' run and kept Bradford
from taking at least an 18-13
lead in the closing moments,
said the call seemed was, at
best, questionable after


[,.. %ent to 'ide reiCeI\er
Kent Thomir,. ,'TT had sl]\
i.cceptl.ions :for Ch \ ,lrd-,
rc, i i.nN I Fr 1h' ,J r
i _Iten I eli [he Varri r rs
held ulie [:, 92 \.rdsJ and
reCL-' cred .four fumhles
The \\ est. Nassau defense
has a knack tf r crejtin-2
turn1. rs Inh I 12 'n the

SIJ 't N.JIju' defense is
,;l-.... ,- rig up an aerJge :of
14' rushing .N rds and "I
Fps.'nir' \ rds per jame.
Tle tllensre. \which returns
such key players as
Higginbotham and Thomas,
who are both seniors, is
averaging 113 rushing yards
per game and 86 passing yards
per game.
West Nassau graduated
more than 25 seniors from a
team that went 6-4 last season.
One of the Warriors' losses
last season came against


reviewing video, but his
attitude was that comes with.
the territory.
The coach also cited Mosley
having his arm hit by a
defender, which resulted in his
pass being intercepted and
returned for a touchdown
rather than hitting the intended
receiver who was wide open,
as another of football's
incalculables. Ending on this
philosophical note, Hoard said,
"When you're just rebuilding,
just putting a team together,


Br adfo'rd. and it ',a
Na3sau that ,"
lurn.,,errs in Bradford
\\ in
Bradfl.:rd's def'enfe
\Varri,_'rs to:, minus-2
rushin 16' ,irds o),e
created rIur tl
Defense end Mjrcus
a senior this ',eir.
Hi-gmiririithalm 1:i fiumb
ShileC linebacker
Henders:.-n. .._ri,.thcr 5e
\ear, returned one II
. ard-, for a tuchd, n
The Tornadoes
balanced offensive att;
181 yards rushing a
yards passing.
Senior running back
Beard scored or
Bradford's touchdown
73-yard reception.
Higginbotham had
the two Warriors' touch
on a 2-yard run.


you're gonna have w
losses."
Score By Quarter
FBHS 0 0 6
BHS 6 6 0

Team Statistics
F
First Downs 6
Rushes/Yds. 23-88
Passing Yds. 17
Passes 2-13-1
Fumbles-Lost 1-1
Penalties 2-16


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Jernard hunting trip...
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ne of K. and Kay Edwards of
is on a Keystone Heights were
invited by Russell
one of Thornberry, editor-in-
chdowns chief, of "Buckmaster"
and "Rack" magazines, to
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hunt in Saskatchewan,
vins and Canada, which was filmed
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WIN
Continued from p. 5C
the second quarter.
Just two plays after the
ensuing kickoff, Van, Wagner
was at it again. His second
interception gave the Indians
the ball at the Interlachen 42.
Keystone responded by
scoring in a different fashion.
Quarterback Clayton Mosley
attempted his first pass of the
game, which was incomplete,
but on third-and-11, his second
pass hit Taylor in stride for a
44-yard touchdown and a four-
touchdown lead.
Keystone linebacker Marcel
Robinson forced the Rams to
punt on their next possession
when he stuffed a running play
for a 3-yard loss. Quell
Brown's punt rolled dead at
the Keystone 20.
It was the first time the
Indians started a drive on their
side of the 50, but one play
was all they need to go up 35-
0. Story scampered 80 yards
for his second touchdown of
the night, getting good
blocking, as usual, at the line
of scrimmage from the
offensive line and fullback
Thomas Ricketts and being
sprung free with a block from
tight end Cameron Yarbrough
downfield.
"All around, the whole
offense executed well tonight,"
Dickinson said.
Keystone did not score on its
next two possessions, but Van
Wagner's brother, Jaeob,
intercepted a pass to end
another Interlachen drive.
The Rams did find the end
zone .with 17 seconds
remaining in the half when
Romeo Thompson went
airborne and pulled down a 26-
yard pass from Aaron in the
end zone on a fourth-down
play. The drive was helped by
two 15-yard penalties on
Keystone.
The PAT was blocked by
Robinson, and the Indians


went into the half with a 35-6
lead.
Keystone received the
opening kickoff and marched
65 yards for a touchdown on
nothing but runs by Story and
Taylor. Taylor's 17-yard romp
began the drive, while Story
broke into the clear for a 23-
yard touchdown to end it.
Ricketts scored the last
touchdown on a 2-yard plunge,
capping a 42-yard drive that
began with his 21-yard run.


Thank you...
Dickinson wished to express
his thanks to Keystone Title
and M&S Bank for sponsoring
the pregame meal.


Score By Quarter
IHS 0 6
KHHS 14 21


Scoring Summary
K: Taylor 3 run (Miller kick)
K: Taylor 29 run (Miller kick)
K: Story 1 run (Miller kick)
K: Taylor 44 pass from Mosley
(Miller kick)
K: Story 80 run (Miller kick)
I: Thompson 26 pass from
Aaron (kick blocked)
K: Story 23 run (Miller kick)
K: Ricketts 2 run (Miller kick)


Team Statistics


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passing Yds.
Passes
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties


5
19-(-4)
57
4-17-4
1-0
3-15


K
17
51-424
44
2-3-0
2-1
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7 7-49 Continued from p. 5C


I've watched them play. They
can put some points on the
board."
Fernandina was averaging
41 points per game prior to
playing Bradford. The Pirates
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they've scored 46 and 49
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One of those playmakers
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Nassau. Fernandina lost to
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