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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 2007
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Clocks go back one
hour at 2 a.m.
Sunday, Nov. 4


Flu and
pneumonia
shots available
at Health Dept.
The Union County Health
Department is offering flu
and pneumonia shots
Monday through Friday,
from 8 -11 a.m. and from 1-
4 p.m.
Clients with Medicare will
receive their shot for free'
by brining in their
Medicare card.
The cost for the flu shot is
$15 and the pneumonia
shot is $30. To make an
appointment or for more
information, call (386) 496-
3211.
Homecoming,
Veteran's
Parade planned
Applications for this
year's homecoming parade
set to take place on Friday,
Nov. 9, can now be picked
up at the Union County
High School front office.
There is a $10 registration
fee. Applications must be
turned in no later than Nov.
5.
Annual Health
Fair and Mini-...
Fall Festival
On Saturday, Nov. 10
from 9 a.m. to noon, the
Lake Butler Hospital will
conduct a health fair and
mini-fall festival.
They will offer free
health screenings, health
information, activities for
kids, food, prizes and more.

SLake Butler
City
Commission
The Lake Butler City
Commission meeting has
been rescheduled from
Monday, Nov. 12
(Veteran's Day) to
Monday, Nov. 5. The
meeting will take place at
5:15 p.m. inside the city
hall meeting room located
atr200 S.W. First Street.


The Butler Buds 4-H Club decorated these happy Rhodes, Alli Perez, Madeline Kish, Brock Black,
pumpkins for Halloween. Pictured are (1-r) Kasey (front) Ashley Harris and Audrea Davis. The
Rhodes, Madison Adams, Brooke Waters, Loren pumpkins are on display at Kirby Pharmacy.


Sheriff's office connects to



community with new Web site


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
The Union.County Sheriff's
Office has launched a Web site
- www.unionsheriff.us- loaded
with a wealth of information
for local residents.
The main page has
information on the various
functions of the sheriff's
office, including
administration, the county jail,
civil/warrants and emergency
management.
Users are given an overview
of each of the above areas and
what their duties are, including
numbers to call for assistance.
From the home page, one
can choose from drop-down
lists to receive a history of the
office of the sheriff and current
job opportunities. There is
history available on the Union
County jail, including facility


information and visitation
hours.
The civil and warrants
section of the sheriff's office is
responsible for all court
processes for service in Union
County. They prepare all court
service actions that require a
bonded deputy\ sheriff to serve
legal paperwork to individuals.
Access 'is provided to
:Emergency Management, who
assists residents in the event of
a local emergency by
coordinating emergency and
disaster response activities.
Several links include the
federal alliance for safe homes,
offering tips on preparing for
hazards such as floods,
tornadoes, hurricanes,
lightning and power outages;
county and statewide road
status information for
travellers or in the event of an
emergency evacuation; live


FFA takes fourth place in
national competition,
member of team ranks
highest in nation


The FFA poultry judging team is Michelle Starling, Dayle Giebeig, Lillie
Emmelhainz, Zach Sweat, Kenzie Jones and Melissa Dukes.


Report cards go
home Thursday,
Nov. 1. E.
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weather radar and a link for
kids and teachers offering
games, downloads and
teaching tools on weather
conditions.
Emergency Managemen't
maintains an active list of
residents living in Union
County with special needs
during disasters. This is vital
information that emergency
management planners utilize to
assist thost with special needs
during disasters.
They work in cooperation
with the health department and
emergency medical services to
prioritize transportation needs
and assist individuals who
may need certain items such as
generators for medical
purposes or oxygen.
The Union County Office of
Emergency Management
requires pre-registration of
your condition as a special


need signed by a physician. A
registration form can be filled
out from the site and mailed or
faxed to the office of
emergency management to be
added to their database.
The site also offers an online
guide to prepare a family
disaster plan which can be
printed out for tamnilt
members.
Additional links on the site
include the Center for Missing
and Exploited Children, a
search for sex offenders arid
predators in your
neighborhood as well as their
known e-mail addresses and
instant messenger names, a
link to the Florida Department
of Corrections, the Florida
Highway Patrol (with live
crash reports and traffic
information), the ability to
check the status of a Florida
Driver's License and an
anonymous crime tip link.


Athletic study


hall: striving for


academic success


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer,
More and more these days,
high school athletic programs
are requiring study hall for
freshman athletes with the
common goal of keeping them
eligible to participate by
assuring passing grades.
When he came aboard as
Union County High School's
athletic director this past
summer, Andrew Zow made
this one ol his. first priorities.
The key to academic success
requires the ability of students
to isely budget their time.
Student athletes, having more
time constraints, must quickly
learn time management: they
must study and complete
homework for classes,
participate athletically and take
care of responsibilities at
home, while some are also
employed part-time. And let's
not forget they are teenagers
who must have time for an
active social life.
Students without a handle on
time management can burn out
too quickly and become
unorganized, in danger of
falling behind.
Zow said that as a high
school athlete, he experienced
this and knew that if he was


ever given the opportunity to
coach, he would do something
about it.
"There is no excuse for poor
grades or missing assignments
S-if ample opportunity is given
to study and doing
homework," Zow said.
Although they may not have
been receptive to the idea at.
first, the required study hall or
tutoring time provides student
athletes with a regular routine
of study time.
Zow pitched his idea of
required study hall for athletes
to high school administrators
and had no trouble at all
getting assistance from
Geraldine Griffis and Darla
Davis.
Griffis, a reading coach at
UCHS, has spent more than 39
years in education.
"Tutoring programs are.
available to all students at
UCHS, and none of them
could be successful without the
support of our teachers and
volunteers," Griffis said.
Adding the study hall
requirement for student
athletes has received great
enthusiasm from other coaches
and parents alike," Griffis said.
Students who might not have
asked for help in the past are


County hires
consulting
service for
courthouse
renovations

BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
The Union County Board of
Commissioners entered into an
agreement with R&D
Consulting Services to provide
project management for
courthouse renovations.
Back when the county was
accepting bids for the new
library building, the request for
quote, or RFQ, of former city
manager Richard Tillis and his
company, Tillis Construction,
won the bid.
According to Donna
Jackson, the county finance
director, his RFQ, along with
others, qualified another firm
owned by Tillis and his wife,
Dale, called R&D Consulting
Services, to bid on the job of
providing consulting services
for the Union County
Courthouse remodeling
project.
As a consulting company,
R&D will provide construction
and project management
services for the renovation of
the courthouse, including
coordination and supervision
of materials acquisition and
contract and inmate labor as
needed.
The remodeling project is
being paid for by a $100,000
grant and includes renovations
to the jury box.
"This is mainly a safety
issue," Jackson said, "as the
jury box is not large enough
and there is a step-up into the
box that a number of people
have tripped on." The entire
jury area needs to be rew worked.
Another major area of repair
involves tuckpointing the
mortar around the building's
brickwork. iMaintaining mortar.
joints in brick walls is essential
to keeping water out of the
walls and preventing brick
failure.
Jackson said that previous
leaks of this nature have
damaged inside walls and
areas of the downstairs ceiling
of the courthouse. These areas
must also be repaired. Another
area of work will be to replace
the upstairs carpet in the
courthouse, which is estimated
to be about six or seven years
old.
For overseeing the project,
R&D Consulting Services will
receive a fee of $9,000. Only
two firms appeared before the
board and submitted bids for
the project.
The renovations are
expected to be completed by
April 30, 2008.


now coming forward and
seeking out their teachers.
Zow works closely with
Davis, the school's registrar
and academic adviser. She said
when Zow first approached her
about starting the program for
athletes, she began researching
other schools to find out what
was working-and what was
not working-in order to
create the most successful
program possible at UCHS.
Although Zow may be best'
known as the high school's
head football coach, as athletic
director, he extends beyond
just his football players and
includes players of all high
school athletic teams.
Teachers are reportedly
seeing that student athletes
being aware of areas of
improvement needed on a
weekly basis have produced
fewer D's and F's on mid-term
reports.
This is how the program
works:
On Wednesday, athletes are
to pick up report sheets from
the front office. It is their
responsibility to take the sheet
from class to class and have

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The Lake Butler FFA Poultry
Judging Team received the gold
team award for placing fourth
overall in the national
competition held last week,
Senior FFA president Zach
Sweat was first in the nation in
individual scoring and
teammate Lillie Emmelhainz
placed as 13th highest in the
individual competition.










Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES Nov. 1, 2007



Band receives all superior

marks at competition-


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
On Saturday, Oct. 20, the
Union county High School
march band competed in the
-- Florida Bandmasters
Association District Marching
Band Music Performance
Assessment.
- -There was a total of 14 high
school bands' 'in the
competition, and Union
County was one of only four
who received straight superior
marks.
Five judges rated the bands
for music performance,


marching and manuevering,
auxiliary (flag corp) and
percussions.
UCHS band director Kelly
Dorsey said, "I am so very
proud of the kids, especially
because they had so much
going against them this year."
Eighty percent of the band's
students are sophomores or
younger. There are 20 band
students are alone are in the
eighth grade. There were I 1
band students who moved
away last year, some of whom
Dorsey felt were key players,
and another 14 members
graduated.


In addition, the band began
practice two weeks later than
usual this year because of new
state requirements for school
start dates, and the district
meet was held two weeks
earlier than normal. In essence,
the band members lost an
entire month of preparation
time.
Dorsey said, .in her
experience, bands usually peak
at some point-and then tend to
plateau.
"But not this band. They
continue to make more and
more progress," Dorsey said.


The 2007-08 Tigerettes are (I-r) Ashlee Barton, Kristin Smith, Emily Brown, Hillary
Ricks, Barbie Baker, Courtney Shealy,.Olivia Bennett, Lauren Tomlinson, Beth
Smith, Chelsea Crews and Stacie Ellis.


Garrett McRae and Andrew Young on trumpets.


Ashley Regar, Chelsea Liston and Jodie Waters.


Adam Mott is part of
the Union County
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Grant makes learning fun at LBES pre-K


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
An early reading first project
of the Northeast Florida
Educational Consortium
(NEFEC) is known as Raising
Expectations for All Children,
or REACH.
The goal of REACH is to
create centers of educational
excellence in rural, high
poverty preschools located in
Reading First schools. Lake
Butler Elementary School pre-
K was chosen as one of five
model demonstration schools
in the NEFEC region.
The grant provides the three
pre-K classrooms at LBES
with $173,000 a year for three
years with the possibility of a
one-year extension.
Linda Johns, the director of
pre-K and special programs in
Union County, said the most
excit ing thingabout the grant
is that a portion provides for
the hiring of an early literacy


coach who will work with the
pre-K teachers to develop and
implement literacy-enriched
play centers, practice dialogue
reading and oral language
strategies and develop
materials and lesson planning.
The early literacy coach will
spend 75 percent of his or her
time in the classrooms co-
teaching, co-planning and
observing.
Portions of the grant money
also go. toward buying the
necessary materials to meet the
goals of the program. Some of
those materials include laptop
computers, video cameras,
digital cameras for each pre-K
teacher, printers, a laminating
machine, book-making
supplies and numerous books
and curriculum materials. The
REACH curriculum consists of
Open Court and ScienceStart.
LBES pre-K teachers Sue
Hardin, Shanna Talylor and
Brenda Parrish have attended


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training seminars and feel
positive about the program.
They began implementing
the program by setting up
centers in their classrooms just
last week. For example,
Hardin's classroom now
includes centers for creativity,
S dramatic play, construction,
ABC's, science and math and
reading and writing.
Each morning, students are
given the question of the day,
where they learn to make a
decision and write their name
under the answer they choose.
Then, for 45 minutes each'
morning, the students pick up
their name tags and move
about the room freely going
from center to center, so long
as that center is not already
Filled with name tags of other
students;
"The idea is making
choices," Hardin said.
SRecently on one particular
z day, Desmond Givens and


Jocelyn Gibson were two who
chose the dramatic play area
and put together a birthday
party, complete with kitchen
wares and party hats.
In creativity and art, students
at one table.,dressed up Mr..
Potatohead, while at a nearby
table, students made Play-
Dough art. Another group of
students was busily at work at
the science center viewing
bugs and Other creepy-,
crawlies, while others chose to
build in the construction
center.
"The reading and writing,
centers are closed right'now,".
Hardin said, "because after the
open time, we will then put the.
students in small groups,
where they have to stay and
focus on those areas."
It is expected that. the
students in the program will be
better prepared readers and
spellers as they progress
through grade school.


Part of the pre-K grant includes interactive field
trips. Here, the students visited the Union County
Rescue Station and James Goodwin showed them
items rescue personnel use to help people who are
sick. The students will be making books about what
they saw. Pictured are Goodwin with students
Brodie Long, Dylan Swanson, Ronald Tobar, Dillon
Langford, Arthen Brown, Madaline Belot, Shamira
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Spires fund drive nets
$1,100-plus for library
(L-R) Tommy Spires, Library Director Mary Brown and
Mike Spires, as Brown accepts a check for more than
$1,100 that was raised during Spires IGA Hometown
Helper campaign for the Union County Library
Building Fund. Brown said the library staff and the -
community would like to thank the local grocery store
owners, their staff members and the customers who
supported the effort. The continual effort of raising
money to help build the new public library has taken
a special kind of commitment from the local
community," said Brown. "When the project is
complete, it will truly be a library that belongs to
everyone."


Boot drive

raises $1,800

BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Last week, the Lake Butler
Volunteer Fire Department
held a five day boot drive for
the victims of the California
wildfires. During that time,
more than $1,800 was
collected.
The money will be sent to
the Salvation Army and the
American Red Cross next
week. Anyone wishing to
make a cash donation for the
victims can drop it off at city
hall.
The LBVFD would like to
thank Skip's Deli for providing
lunch to the firefighters on
Saturday during the boot drive.


Sardis homecoming and ground-breaking ceremony


Sunday, Oct. 28, was a fun-
filled day at Sardis Baptist
Church.
The morning began with a
ground-breaking dedication for
the new Family Life Building.
Some history of Sardis was
provided by brothers Page
McGill and Walter Williams
and songs were led by Brother
Buddy Ball. Pastor Paul
Osteen presented the vision for
the new center, and prayer was
offered by all.
Cathy Pefry, a singer and
songwriter from Jacksonville,
provided inspirational gospel
music that touched many
hearts in the packed sanctuary.
Pastor Terry Dean Elixson,
from New Oak Grove Baptist
Church, presented the biblical
message. He used Nehemiah
chapter 8 where Ezra, the
scribe and priest, reads the law
to all the people gathered as
one man, blessing the Lord, as
the basis for the sermon.
Following the sermon, as all
.good Baptists do, ve enjoyed a
delicious dinner. The good
Lord, the dedication, the
homecoming, dinner and all
the people gathering as one
allowed for a fun-filled day at
Sardis Baptist Church.
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UCHS golf
tournament
fundraiser
The Union County High
School Dugout Club is hosting
a fundraising golf tournament
to make improvements to the
baseball park.
The golf tournament will
begin on Sunday, Nov. 4 at 1
p.m. at the Quail Heights
Country Club in Lake City.
The cost is $50 per player and
includes 18 holes of golf, a
cart and a meal. Teams are 4
person scramble.
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners of the tournament.
There will also be a 50/50
drawing and other door prizes.
Hamburgers and hotdogs will
be served after the tournament.
SIf you do not have four
players, you can be assigned to
a team. For more information
or to signup for the
tournament, please contact
Trudy Andrews at (352) 494-
4602 or Brian Prevatt at (352)
494-9380.


Church News


Grace Christian
yard and bake
sale
Grace Christian Fellowship
Baptist Church will hold a
yard and bake sale in their
fellowship hall located on C.R.
18 in Worthington Springs on
Nov. 3, from 8:30 a.m. to 2
p.m. Proceeds will go towards
the church building'ftind. For
further information, call
Jennifer Forsgren at (386) 496-
9658. Sale will take place rain
or shine.
Philippi Baptist
Church
celebrates 130th
homecoming
On Sunday, Nov. 4 at 10:30
a.m., Philippi Baptist Church
will hold their 130th
homecoming celebration with
a covered dish dinner to
follow. For more information,
call (386) 496-2350.


Gospel sing & fish
fry at New River
Methodist
New River NC Methodist
Church located on C.R. 125 in
Lake Butler will hold a gospel
sing and fish fry on Saturday,
Nov. 3.
The meal will be served at 5
p.m. followed by the music of
Holy Ground at 7 p.m. This
will be an evening of Southern
gospel singing and good food
that will be enjoyed by all who
attend. For more information,
call (386) 431-1536 or (904)-
964-3583.

Hope Community
Baptist Church
Hope Community Baptist
Church located at 13719 N.W.
146 Avenue in Alachua will
present J.R. Combs and
Southern Job in concert on
Nov. 10, at 7 p.m.
Refreshments will follow in
the fellowship hall. For
directions or- further
information, please call (386)
496-2851.


Juanita Barton is just one of several volunteer
firefighters who collected money for the Californie
wildfire victims.


Union County Sharks fall baseball news


The Union County Sharks
hosted Fort White at home on
Oct. 12, winning by a score of
9-5.
It was a good game for all
the players, with most of the
scoring resulting from walks or
stolen bases.

On Saturday, Oct. 13, the-
Sharks travelled to Alachua to
play a double header. The first
game resulted in a loss of 9-0
for the-Sharks to a well-put-
together team.

However, in the second
game, the Sharks took the win
with a score of 9-0, although
the team was unable to score
until the fourth inning.
Trey Spitze led off the
fourth inning with a double
and Parker Hodgson also got a
double with an RBI. Brandon
Ames led off the fifth inning
with a single, followed by
Lane Parrish's hit to left field,
which was good for a double
and two RBI,

Tyler Lewis had a single,
with Witt Thomas laying down
a sacrifice bunt to help
advance the runners. Lewis
and Thomas .Webb each had
three stolen bases for the
game.
The Sharks were two for
three during the weekend
games.



The following weekend, on
Oct. 20, the team travelled to
Interlachen for an 11-6 win.
Trey Owen and Parrish
helped lead off the first inning
by, advancing runners to score
for the team. Colten McAlister
had a hit to center field,
helping a runner score.
In the fourth inning, Ames
had three RBI with a hit to
right field, scoring Thomas,
Case Emerson and Ethan Box.
Lewis led the team with four
stolen bases in the game.

The Sharks then hosted
Interlachen on Oct. 26 and
took a 7-6 win.

Spitze had five stolen bases
S,. ,.or the game and Lewis and
: P.rish each had three.
Both teams showed great
vitchi'ig, with Interlachen


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board in the fifth inning.
The Sharks came to bat in
the sixth inning, with Ames
leading off with a hit to right
field for a double. Spitze was
next with a single.
Parrish was walked which
brought up the tying run.
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their teachers fill in
information pertaining to their
progress in class. Teachers
report whether or not the
student's grade for the
previous.week is a C or above
and if they are currently
missing any assignments.
In addition, teachers report
on the student's conduct,
discipline referrals, attendance
and any other comments.
Davis then generates reports
that are picked up by the coach
for each particular sport.
Zow also reviews the reports
on all athletes on a weekly
basis. Students showing
marked improvement and
teacher comments are pointed


out to Zow as well as students
who are not maintaining a C or
better, or have been discipline
problems.
Any student athlete who
does not meet the weekly
academic requirements will be
withheld from sports
participation until such time as
the grades or behavior
improves.
Both Griffis and Davis have
seen the rewards of the
program by watching student's
faces light up with excitement
about turning in a good report.
"These students see us in the
hallways and tell us how
things are going. For some, it's
the first time they've realized
that we really do care.
Every Monday and Tuesday,
all freshman athletes attend
mandatory study hall for no


-category in the amount of $600,000
under the Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant Program.
At least 70% of the funds must be for
activities that benefit low- and
moderate-income persons.
The cost and percentage of low- and
STATE OF FLORIDA, CRIMINAL moderate-income persons benefiting
JUSTICE STANDARDS & TRAINING from each project activity is as
COMMISSION, follows. The cost for the Street
Petitioner Improvements/Runway Paving
vs.RONADKINS, Cactivity is $552,000 with 51.0% low-
RespondentS and moderate-income persons
espNOTICE OF ACTION benefiting from this activity. The cost
TO: AARON ADKINS for the Administration activity is
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an $48,000. The total Community
Administrative Complaint has been Development Block Grant cost for
filed against you seeking to revoke your this project is $600,000 with at least
CORRECTIONAL Certificate in 51.0% low- and moderate-income
accordance with Section 943.1395, persons benefiting from this project.
F.S., and any rules promulgated The plan to minimize displacement
thereunder. of persons as a result of planned
You are required to serve a written Community Development Block
copy of your intent to request a hearing Grant funded activities is to develop a
pursuant to Section 120.57, F.S. upon Community Development Block
Michael Crews, PROGRAM Grant project which will not cause
DIRECTOR, Criminal Justice displacement of persons. The
Professionalism Program, Florida proposed Fiscal Year 2007
Department of Law Enforcement, P. O. Community Development Block
Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida 32302- Grant project will not permanently
1489, on or before December 4, 2007. displace any persons.
Failure to do so will result in a default If for any reason persons are
being entered against you to Revoke permanently displaced as a result of
said certification pursuant to Section Community Development Block
120.60 F.S. and Rule 11B-27, F.A.C. Grant funded activities, assistance
Dated: October 4,2007 will be provided to displaced persons
DIRECTOR WILLIAM J. ROMINE as required under 24 Code of Federal
CHAIRMAN Regulations 42, United States
CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS Department of Housing and Urban
AND TRAINING COMMISSION Development regulations that
By: s- Tijuana Comer, implement the Uniform Relocation
Division Representative Assistance and Real Property
10/11 4tchg 11/1 Acquisition Policies Act of 1970.
S- A Statement of the proposed Fiscal
STATE OF FLORIDA Year 2007 Community Development
DEPARTMENT OF Block Grant project application is, as
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS follows:
NOTICE OF INTENT TO The Communitv Development
FIND THE UNION COUNTY Block Grant projects an Economic
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN Development program. The
AMENDMENT(S) IN applying local government will
COMPLIANCE DOCKET NO. undertake infrastructure
06-1 ER.NOIl6301.(A).(I) improvements consisting of paving
The Department gives notice of its the runway at the City-owned airport.
intent to find the Amendment(s) to The improvements will enable
the Comprehensive Plan for Union Ireson Enterprises, Inc., a private
County, adopted by Ordinance No. business, to expand its operation in
06-03 on Oclober 16. 2006, IN Ine City and to create 18 new lOnS
CO.iPLIANCE pursuant to --h TCrof thei Ljbsbeing-for lw- tro
Sections 16K.316'465.3187 ae:-o ^iied e-iari -.com1p--n" The iotal--
163.3189, F Se cost of the project is estimated at
The adopted Union County $600,000 and 51.0% percent of the
Comp rehe nsive Plan project beneficiaries will be low- to
Amendment(s) and the moderate-income persons.
Department's Objections, A public hearing to provide citizens
Recommendations and Comments an opportunity to comment on the
Report (if any) are available for application will be held in the City
public inspection Monday through Commission Meeting Room, City
Friday, except for legal holidays, Hall located at 30 East Main Street,
during normal business hours, at the Worthington Springs, Florida on
Union County Board of County November 7, 2007 at 11:30 a.m., or
Commissioners, 15 Northeast First as soon thereafter as the matter can
Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054. be heard. A summary of the
Any affected person, as defined in application is available for review at
Section 163.3184, F.S., has a right to
petition for an administrative hearing
to challenge the proposed agency
determination that the
Amendments) to the Union County OP
Comprehensive Plan are In 1 %
Compliance, as defined in
Subsection 163.3184(1), F.S. The B
one (21)days after publication of this
notice, and must include all of the
information and contents described
in Uniform Rule 28-106.201, F.A.C.
The petition must be filed with the
Agency Clerk, Department of
Community Affairs, 2555 Shumard
Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-2100, and a copy
mailed or delivered to the local 21 5
government. Failure to timely file a
petition shall constitute a waiver of P i Serv Al
any right to request an
administrative proceeding as a Se"
petitioner under Sections 120.569
and 120.57, F.S. If a petition is filed, HI N RI
the purpose of the administrative CHICK I
hearing will be to present evidence PORKL
and testimony and forward a K L
recommended order to the
Department. If no petition is filed, d T
this Notice of Intent shall become And All T
utagLri.ncy action.
f a petition is filed, other affected i b
persons may petition for leave to I ol i the Plate
intervene in the proceeding. A
petition for intervention must be filed
at least twenty (20) days before the NOW TAKING RES
final hearing and must include all of NOW TAKING RESl
the information and contents
described\in Uniform Rule 28- S K TURI
106.205, F.A.C. A petition for leave
to intervene shall be filed at the
Division of Administrative Hearings, 615 N. Main St. *
Department of Management
Services, 1230 Apalachee (Formerl Ptti
Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida (Formerly Petti
32399-3060. Failure to petition to
intervene within the allowed time
frame constitutes a waiver of any
right such a person has to request a
hearing under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S., or to participate in the
administrative hearing.
After an administrative hearing ADVErIO SING i
petition is timely filed, mediation is
available pursuant to Subsection
163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any affected I "
person who is made a party to the
proceeding by filing that request with
the administrative law Judge
assigned by the Division of The I
Administrative Hearings. The choice The key to adve
of. mediation shall not affect a party's
right to an administrative hearing.
Mike McDaniel, Chief
Office of Comprehensive Planning
Department of Community Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee,Florida 32399-2100 r, --
11/1 Itchg
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NOTICE OF SECOND
PUBLIC HEARING AND
STATEMENT OF
PROPOSED COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMEt'T BL -.K
GRAVE EC t.OM.-;
DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
The City of Worthington Springs is
applying to the Florida Department
of Community Affairs for a grant
under the Economic Development


less than 30 minutes. The-
practice will allow students the
time they need to focus Oin
studying prior to practice
without the worry o'
homework after practice
staying up until the wee hour,
of the night trying to remain
caught up.
Student athletes who are
struggling in subject area,
receive one-on-one tutoring b
qualified teachers who hate
agreed to put in time for the
students after school.
"And a student does no>
have to produce a failing grade
to receive help. If he or she
feels they could use a little
extra help, this is something
that is available to them simply
by coming to the office and
requesting it," Davis said.
Historically, students have
had the misconception that


City Hall located at 3u tast Main
Street, Worthington Springs, Florida,
telephone number (386) 496-0053.
The public hearing is being
conducted .in a handicapped
accessible location. Any
handicapped person requiring an
interpreter for the hearing impaired or
the visually impaired should contact
John Rimes at least five calendar
days prior to the public hearing and
an interpreter will be provided. Any
non English speaking person wishing
to attend the public hearing should
contact John Rimes at least five
calendar days prior to the public
hearing and a language interpreter
will be provided. Any handicapped
person requiring special
accommodation at this meeting
should contact John Rimes e at least
five calendar days prior to the public
hearing. To access a
Telecommunication Device for Deaf
(TDD) please call (800) 955-8771.
The following disclosures have been
made pursuant to Section 102 of the
HUD Reform Act of 1989.
The disclosures are available at
City Hall located at 30 East Main
Street, Worthington Springs, Florida.
These disclosures will be available
on and after November 7, 2007 and
shall continue to be available for a
minimum period of five years.
1. Other government (federal, state,
and local) assistance to the project
in the form of a gift, grant, loan,
guarantee,, insurance payment,
rebate, subsidy, credit tax benefit, or
any other form of direct or indirect
benefit by source and amount;
2. The identities and pecuniary
interests of all developers,
contractors, or consultants involved
in the application for assistance or in
the planning or development of the
project or activity;
3.The identities and pecuniary
interests of any other persons with a
pecuniary interest in the project that
can' reasonably be expected to
exceed $50,000 or 10% of the grant
request (whichever is lower);
4.For those developers, contractors,
consultants, property owners, or
others listed n iao (2) or Ihree i(3
above w'hch are corporations or
.2otherenti.les. me rientrmicasn and-
pecuniary inleresis by corporauon cr
eniiiy oi eacn onticer, director,
principal stockholder, or other
official of the entity;
5. The expected sources of all funds
to be provided to the project by each
of the providers of those funds and
the amount provided; and
6. The expected uses of all funds by
activity and amount.
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Freshmen athletes Dillon Clyatt, Chasen Andrews, Chris Shuler, Austin Seager,
Delmonte Givens, Justin Tyson and others during a recent study hall session.


needing a tutor means that
something is wrong with them
or that they will be picked on
for not being smart enough.
"That's not what this is
about at all," Zow said. "This
is time with a teacher, time
that is not necessarily available
in a busy classroom."
Any student at UCHS can
sign up for tutoring, but as part
of his job, Zow has taken the
initiative to involve all student
athletes in the program.
"When you get a couple of
football players who are
comfortable with coming in
and asking for the help they
need, then you've started a
positive movement for the
entire school," Zow said.
The program for student
athletes will continue during


Veteran's Day

ceremony to

be Nov. 9
Please note that the Union
County Veteran's Day
ceremony and parade has been
changed from Monday, Nov.
12, to Friday, Nov. 9.
This date allows the Union
County JROTC to combine its
Homecoming Parade with the
annual Veteran's Day Parade.
The Veteran's Day
ceremony will begin at 9 a.m.
Friday morning at the
Veteran's Monument located
in front of the Masonic Lodge
at 325 W: Main St., followed
by the parade at 11 a.m.
Several years ago, the
JROTC at Union County Higlh
'School accepted the role of.
coordinating the Veteran's Day
'activities for the community.
They coordinate the date for
the Veteran's Day ceremony


the off-season, as Zow's goal
is not to tutor students only so
they can remain eligible to
play during the season, but to
develop good study habits so
that they can continue to
succeed in their education all
the way around.
Principal Alex Nelson said
Zow not only focuses on
athletics, but on academics as
well.
"The athletes and other
students who are attending
after-school tutoring have
demonstrated a marked
improvement in their
classroom performance,"
Nelson said.
Got your planner?
Another way of helping high
school students stay organized


and parade, which is normally
held on Veteran's Day, Nov.
11, except when such day falls
on a Saturday or Sunday.
When this happens, the normal
date of the ceremony is the
weekday just before or after
the llth.
Our community goal with
the JROTC coordinating the
newspaper announcements,
celebration dates, guest
speakers, drill and ceremony
was to perpetuate the annual
recognition of veterans and
their service that allows us ,the
freedoms we enjoy today.
We appreciate the student
JROTC program and our entire
school system for doing this
service each year.
Submitted by Ted M. Barber,
LTC U.S. Army Retired


and successful was with the
school giving out free
customized academic planners
at the beginning of the school
year.
Each planner includes the
student handbook, daily bell
schedule, individualized space
for semester schedules and the
school calendar, complete with
daily calender sheets to fill in
assignments and testing dates.
Toward the back of the
planner is an area for students
to set goals in each subject
area and mark off their
progress as they advance
through the school year. The
planners also holds record of
student hall passes, so it is
very important students keep
up with them.


Ladies Auxilary
Yard Sale
The Ladies Auxilary of Lake
Butler VFW Post 10082 will
hold a yard sale on Sat. Nov. 3
from 7-11 a.m. Look for the
signs on S.R. 121 south of
Lake Butler.
Class of 1987 to
plan reunion
The Class of 1987 will have
a meeting to discuss plans for a
20-year class reunion on
Thursday, Nov. 1 (TODAY) at
6:30 p.m. at Butler's Seafood
Restaurant.
If you have any questions,
please call Patty Poynter
Williams at 352-745-1441 or
Chris Griffis Southerland at
904-364-6111.


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The following story appears in
its entirety, as written by LBES
third-grader Devin Lewis as
part of a 4-H extension
project.


Recycling, Reducing
and Reusing
As part of a Union County
4-H School Enrichment
program we learned about
recycling.
I learned three things about
recycling from Mr. Colan
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Coody. I discovered Li,
meaning of recycled goods. He
showed us how to reuse items
by saving used bottles and
cans. He also taught us that we
need to reduce in order to
conserve water and waste.
First, recycle means to break
the object down in order to
make something new. For
instance he showed us a tote
bag that had been made from
recycled plastic bottles. He left
pencils that had been recycled
also. Recycling helps to keep
the world clean.
Next, Mr. Coody brought in
a 2 liter plastic bottle. He


showed us how to make new
things by reusing this bottle.
My favorite thing that he
showed us was the minnow
catcher. It's my favorite thing,
it's cool. I go minnow catching
all the time but I never seen
that. Now I can make it when
ever I went. I never new bags,
bottles or cans. It amayes me a
lot. It is alsome.
In conclusion, I learned that
in order to save water, and
other items I should reduce the
amount I use. When I conserve
or use less of something I't
helping to cut down on litter.


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Friends.Christina Mabry, Marqesha Mabry, Sheenasassy Scarth and Natalie Moss
take a walk on the new pavement at the entrance to the UCHS baseball field. The
asphalt extends to the athletic fieldhouse.


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ABOVE:
Colan Coody of the
Union County 4-H
extension office talks
with students in Mrs.
Willingham's class at
LBES about recycling.
Coody is pictured with
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This Tigers football fan was spotted at last Friday's
game against Dixie County. 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
Kirby Laser and Needle to win a free "I was captured on
film by the Union County Times" tee-shirt, courtesy of
Kirby.
Winners must appear in person no later than Monday at
5:30 p.m. following the date the picture appears in the
newspaper.


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Tines Staff Writer
Drive up to the gate at
Union County High School's
baseball field and you'll find
somethng- new- and long-
awaited for: an asphalted road
for vehicle traffic.
The newly paved area was
completed due to safety
concerns. "We have a lot of
walkers in this area," said
Superintendent Carlton Faulk,
"especially those going to and
from the baseball field."
The former area consisted
of a badly worn limerock and
mud mixture path which
directed vehicles within inches
of the baseball field's storage
rooms.
With the paved roadway
now in place, motor vehicles
are diverted around an area
marked by two large oak trees
and away from the close
proximity of the baseball field.
The asphalt continues
around the baseball field and
past the football practice field
area, turning right and ending
at the side entrance of the
athletic department fieldhouse.
Also in the works is properly


repairing the broken-up areas
of concrete in the middle
school faculty parking lot and
re-surfacing the circle
driveway in front of the middle
school.
The Union County School
Board voted unanimously to
hire Premier Roofing from
Sanford to begin the roof
replacement project at Lake
Butler Middle School.
According to Mike
Shockley, the district's finance
director, several years ago, a
contractor from Illinois was
hired to replace the school's
leaking roof.
"The contractor left the
project incomplete and several
things were done that should
not have been done and things
that should have been done
were not, leaving the roof with
even more leaks than we had
before," Shockley said.
For example, the previous
contractor did not replace
flashing or guttering although
the contract specified that they
do so. The contract price of
$163,000 was paid less,
$19;000D the district held back
from payment because of
default of the contract.


The middle school just
received a new air-
conditioning system and with a
roof that continues to leak,.this
will cause damage to the
newly installed system. The
roof project is expected to take
approximately 90 days to
complete, but Shockley said it
will be done correctly.
"We've been applying
Band-Aids to this in the past,
patching here or fixing there
and now we are unfortunately
paying the piper to get it done
right," he said.
As the new roofing
contractor begins the project,
they will likely) find more
things that were not done
correctly. The board plans to
take legal action to recover
damages from the former
contractor.
Also, a six-classroom
building addition is planned
for the middle school to be
completed by mid 2008.
At that point, Shockley said
the board will be able to
concentrate on work that needs
to be completed at Lake Butler
Elementary School. All work
is being paid for out of the
district's two-mill fund.


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Region eNews

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




Altrusans host record-breaking gala


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Altrusa International of
Starke's 16"h Annual Gala on
Oct. 25 was a record breaker,
raising $16,800 for the club's
charitable activities.
Carole DeCelle, president of
the professional women's
organization, thanked the
individuals and businesses that
purchased gala tickets to raise
those funds as-well as those
who donated gifts and money
for the gala's annual giveaway.
DeCelle said Altrusa has
been so successful because its
members follow the TEAM
approach, which stands for
Together Everyone
Accomplishes More.
"Each member brings her
own unique brand of talent to
the Altrusa team," she said. "In
the entryway to this room you
passed several testaments to
-our accomplishments this year.
We could not have recognized
any of them without the
participation of all of our
members and the support of,
our community."
Among those
accomplishments was the
impressive task of completing
Altrusa's $100,000 scholarship
endowment to Santa Fe
Community College, which
guarantees that at least two
'Bradford High graduates a
year will receive money to pay
for two years of further
education.
That includes the 2006 and
2007 recipients, Letitia Clark
and Kristin Corbin, as well as
the 19 other women who,
regardless of age, have
received scholarships from
Altrusa since 1993.
To further promote
education and literacy in the
community, Altrusans have
read to children at the library,
donated software to the library
and donated school supplies to
the district supply closet. ---
Altrusa also knows that to
learn, people need to be
nourished, so in addition to its
Annual grant to the Food
Pantry, a committee is setting
and surpassing monthly goals
to get donations of food to the
community's needy. They've-
even helped kids have a
happier Christmas through
Shop with a Cop.
Two other projects involve
cancer awareness-a breast
cancer awareness luncheon
held in October and another
luncheon scheduled for later
this year.
For its work, Starke Altrusa
has been _recognized many
times over, including first
place for promoting literacy
and the governor's
Outstanding Club award.
"We are proud--to be
Altrusans, but more so, we are
proud to be residents of
Bradford County, community
where we can share our gifts
and be involved. in making
Bradford a better place for
women to learn, grow and
make a better life for
themselves and their families,"
DeCelle said.
She added, "Altrusa exists
because there is a need for its
services. It exists because the
community supports its values
and goals. It thrives because it
has members who care for
each other and promote
Altrusa's goal, that of being
builders of women."
DeCelle thanked those
members who have accepted
leadership roles and ensured
that all of the organization's
projects are organized and
successful. Among them was
Jeannie Baker, who has
organized the fund-raising gala
year after year.
Her recognition also
included, Linda, Tom, Sylvia
and Charles. Tatum of the
Starke Golf and Country Club
for providing a meeting space
for Altrusans. Cheryl Canova
was introduced as Altrusaunof
the Year as well as this year's
Woman of Distinction from
Bradford County.
Joining the Starke club were
.representatives from Altrusa's
District 3 Leadership Team,
Governor Linda Robtson. and
Secretary Lucy Quinn, who
traveled from North and South
Carolina to attend the gala at-
Camp .Blanding. Starke
members Beverly Hardy (vice
governor), Dana Crase
(director), Margaret Anderson


(bylaws consultant) and
Martha Epps (liaison to the
international organization for


the district)-all members of
the leadership team-were
also in attendance.
Asking all Altrusans present
to stand and be recognized,
Robison led a round of


applause. The governor then Altrusans have for community fantastic'group of people, and Virginia Autry andcatered by
discussed the theme through service. it couldn't be done better by Ken Weaver and the Western
which she has helped guide She welcomed everyone to any other club. They always do Steer Steakhouse. Debbie
district members, "Hands up the gala, saluting the Starke a grand job of everything they Pdams was responsible for the
with 'Altrusaism,'" which club for its efforts, do," Robison said.
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Local-based Hot Rides

series is now airing online


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
They say, "What happens in
Vegas, stays in Vegas."
Starke resident Dave
Holland, however, is not
adhering to that slogan. What
happens in Vegas will go onto
the World Wide Web as part of
Hot Rides Motorsports TV
Series.
Holland is currently at the
SEMA (Specialty Equipment
Market Association) show-
one of the largest specialty
automotive products shows.
The general public is not
allowed access to this show,
but Holland, along with Ken
McKlem and Mike Starling,
are working the event as
members of the media.
This current trip is more
exciting than trips to the show
in years past because he now
has a way of providing up-to-
date footage via the Internet,
Holland said.
"Before, we had to bring
(video footage) back, edit it
and then find some way to
show it," Holland said. "This
way, we can get it out there
right away."
Hot Rides Motorsports TV
Series is the television show
Holland and friend, and fellow
executive producer, Ken
McKlem envisioned creating,
only rather that airing it on
cable or satellite TV, as was
the original plan, it is accessed
by those ,interested in
subscribing through the Web
site www.hotridestv.com.
"After we build our viewing
base online, then our future
plans are to go ahead and take
it mainstream on cable,
satellite and Direct TV,"
Holland said.
Holland was featured in a
-" 2005 Bradford County
Telegraph, Lake Region
Monitor and Union County

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Thursday, Nov. 8, at 6:30 p.m.
at the First United Methodist
Church of Starke.
Sharpe has given formal
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Times story. Back then, he was
in the midst of developing a
show specially aimed at airing
on television called "Hot
Wheels Florida."
Things have changed since
then, including the show's
name, thanks to a letter from
the Mattel toy company, which
manufactures Hot Wheels cars.
"To avoid any conflict with
their lawyers, my lawyer
suggested we change the
name," Holland said.
He admitted he was "a little
bummed out" after 'that
occurred, but Holland added
the show is moving forward
better than before.
"Because of the technology
today with the Internet, video
and communications online,
we're able to move forward,


go online and create our
viewing base before we spend
our money to go on TV,"
Holland said.
Photography had been a
long hobby of Holland's
before he decided it was really
a career. Holland, who also
owns the Hairy Business salon
in Starke, worked as a
photojournalist-along with
McKlem-at WCJB-TV 20 in
Gainesville and produced
several independent
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*RF ;. ...Brett Parrish came close to
S' winning $2,500, but don't
Teila Pearson, Beverly Hardy and Dana banquet was highly successfuHor feel sorry for him. He took
Crase keep track of who won by Altrusa this year, as well as loads of home a $400 white gold
handing out pumpkin tickets. The fun. necklace instead.


G A LA Lawtey rec contact city hall at (904) 782- hosting its second annual
A L3454. Charles Jackson Sr.
Continued from p. 1B board needs Thanksgiving invitational
basketball tournament from
evening's social hour, while members Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 22, to
Ken Teal served as wine e Saturday, Nov. 24.
steward. Dimple Overstreet The Lawtey Recreation basketball Al interested teams are asked
and Steve Akridge worked as Board is seeking new as k alto call Lamar Hamilton at
greeters, and Akridge and members. Volunteers must live tournament (904) 626-9433 or Alica
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with Carolyn Reddish on
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tickets.
Crase and Hard\ Ajlng i\ith
T-ei6a Pearon and Carol Bern3
forfiind- Altrusa's prize
committee. Vicki Teal worked
with Overstreet, Kathi Fellows
and Marie Polk on the
decorations.
Drivas wins top
prize
The gala's main event each
year is a large prize giveaway
courtesy of the individuals and
businesses that donate to the
cause each year and the
Altrusans who seek out those
donations.
Nearly 60 prizes were
handed out as DeCelle drew
names from a large bowl for
the evening's master of
ceremonies and friend of the
club, Terry Vaughan, who
sprinkled the drawing with the
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Spyros Drivas stands by as his wife, Altrusan LaVon Drivas, accepts the $2,500 prize
from Altrusa President Carole DeCelle.



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Continued from p. 3B
Prizes included, jewelry,
savings bonds, gift baskets,
artwork, gift certificates,
theme park tickets, appliances,
luggage and the top
prize-$2,500 in cash.
Everyone who purchased a
ticket had an opportunity to
win. Each time a name was
drawn, that person was capable
of winning something or
nothing, depending on the
order their name was drawn.
The final 11 names drawn
were guaranteed prize winners,
and they were also closest to
winning the $2,500. Dudley
Hardy, however, took home a
basket of home accessories and
a $50 gift certificate donated
by Lisa Tatum and Windows
by Lisa. Jeremy Crawford won
a Thomas Kincaid print from
Sandra Luke and George
Roberts Insurance. Amanda
Bray and the Bradford-Union
YMCA donated the next
prize-a one-year membership
that went to Roy Palmer.
' Robert Helms was next,
taking home a Gator basket
donated by Steve and Cindy
Futch. A green tourmaline
earrings and necklace set
donated by Beverly Hardy
went to Peggy Godwin. Kevin
McBride won Samsonite
luggage donated by Virginia
Autry and the Strawberry Tea
Room.


That left five names to go. A
topaz earrings and necklace set
donated by Tim and Jeana
Thompson went to Bobby
Autry. Four tickets to Walt
Disney World donated by
Disney went to Martha Epps.
Faye Noegel won artwork
donated by Shands Starke.
With only two names
remaining, DeCelle drew Brett
Parrish's name, and he won the
white gold chain and slide
valued at $400 and donated by
Davis Express and Jimmy and
Dorene Davis.
That meant Altrusa's $2,500
grand prize went to LaVon
Drivas, who collected her 25
Ben Franklins at the grand
opening of the library the next
day.
Many others contributed
prizes for the event, including:
ARC of Bradford County; Joan
and James Rogers; Starke Golf
and Country Club; Elixson
Wood and Andrew and Karen
Bryant; Bliss' Carmen
Waterhouse; Debbie Hull
Boutique; Mary Coleman-
Darley; Mercantile Bank;
Busch Entertainment
Corporation; Denmark
Furniture; Bradford County
Telegraph; Martha and Jimmy
Epps; Wild Adventure Theme
Park; Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home's Joe and Gayle
Gallagher; Robert and Angela
Helms; Capital City Bank;
Linda Tatum; Warren and
Carolyn Carver of Sporting
Chance; Dana Crase and Dr.


Len Schlofman; Ron and
Joann Denmark of Denmark
Storage and Pipeline; Terry
Oglesby; Community State
Bank; Carol Berry; Bill and
Debbie Adams of Bill Adams
Chevrolet; Karen Whittington;
Ken Weaver and Western
Steer; Dr. Joelle Innocent-
Simon; Sylvi-a Tatum;,
Williams Jewelry and Teila
Pearson; Kathi Fellows; Vicki
Teal and Kim Hamilton at Teal
Tile and Carpet; Margaret
Anderson; Marie Polk; Grady
and Dimple Overstreet; Dr.
Talisha Cunningham; Dr. Joel
A. Sailor; Nancy Hearth and
Curves in Starke;
Dr. Virgil Berry; John and
Jeannie Baker; Roy and Carole
DeCelle; Stefanie Smith; and
Montford Paint and Body.
Friends
remembered
DeCelle asked those'
assembled for the gala to
observe a moment of silence:
for friends of the club who
were sick and those who are
caring for them. She also
named several who have
passed away in the last year:
Hazel Hardy, Jeff "Junior"
Prevatt, Charlotte Rosenberg
and Starke Altrusan Amanda
Cooper.
Each- of these people
touched lives with special
qualities unique to them,
DeCelle said, adding, "We will
not be touched in the same
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-Gladys Vandiver and
Wendy Burton and Justin Higginbotham
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daughter, Wendy Michelle
Burton, to David W. Bird, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Bird of Gulf Hammock.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Nell H. Coop
and the Late JD. Coop of
Tullahoma, Tenn., and Imogene
Burton and the late Donald C.
Burton of Lake Butler. She is a
1997 graduate of Union County
High School and a 2003
graduate of the University of
Florida with a Master's degree
in agriculture education. She is
currently employed by Seminole
Feeds in Ocala.
The groom-elect is the
grandson of Dogan and Delores
Cobb and the late Alice Cobb of
Bronson and Polly Bird and the
late George Bird of Gulf
Hammock. He is a 1991
graduate of Bronson High
School and the owner of
Insurance Centre,of Dunnellon.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Nov. 3.

BIRTHS


Jakob Thompson

Jakob
Thompson
Ryan and Georgina Thompson
of Jacksonville announce the
birth of their son, Jakob Ryan
"Jake" Thompson, on Sept. 24,
2007.
Jake weighed 7 pounds, 3
ounces and measured 19 3/4
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are Bill
and Donna De Palma of Deland.
Paternal grandparents are
David and Jeanine Wilcox
Thompson of Jacksonville.
Great-grandparents are Bill and
Rosemary Laur of Keystone
Heights, John and Betty
Thompson of New; Smyrna
Beach and Louise Small of
Worchester, Mass.
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Gary Wayne Vandiver of
Lewisville, Texas, and Diane
Green Vandiver of Starke,
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Gladys Ann Vandiver, to Justin
Randall Higginbotham, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Randall J.
Higginbotham of Lawtey.
The bride-elect is a 1996
graduate of Union County High
School and is employed by Wal-
Mart.
The groom-elect is a 1999
graduate of Bradford High
School and is employed by Wal-
Mart Distribution Center in
Alachua.
The wedding will take place
on Friday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m. at
the Bradford County
Fairgrounds in Starke. Please
note, this is a new time and
location.
All friends and family
members are invited to attend.
This is a Halloween-themed
wedding. The family is
requesting everyone wear your
Halloween attire.


Webber and
Courson are
engaged
John and Rosie Webber of
Lake City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jennifer Rose Webber of
Lake City, to Daniel Alan
Courson of Providence, the
son of Alan and Joan
Courson of Providence.
The bride-elect graduated
from the University of
Florida and is employed as a
sales associate with David
Weekley Homes in Palm
Coast:
The groom-elect graduated
from the University of
Florida and is employed as a
senior project accountant
with Applied Technology and
Management. He is the
grandson of Carl and Pauline
Bielling of Providence and
Pauline Courson and the late
Bob Courson of Lake Butler.
The wedding will take
place on Saturday, Oct. 18,
2008. The time and location
have not been determined.


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Tiffany Ann Louise Mosley
and Jerry Michael Baxter Jr.
were married on Oct. 18, 2007,
at the Ocoee Church of God in
Ocoee.
The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Thomas
Odom, brother of the bride.
The bride wore an Alfred
Angelo white lace and chiffon
gown. It had a v-neckline with
sheer long lace sleeves with
sequins. The bodice was
covered in lace and sequins
with an empire waist and
chiffon skirting with a sweep
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Flower girls were Cherith
Odom and Meariah Odom. The
ring bearer was Titus Odom.
Travis Odom and Terrell
Odom, brothers of the bride,
were ushers. Music was
performed by Wendy Odom
and photographers were
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Norman.
A reception followed at
Logan's Steakhouse.

BIRTHS

Adysen
Stephens
Troy and Lisa Bruining
Stephens of Broken Arrow,
Okla., announce the birth of their
daughter, Adysen Diane
Stephens, on Oct. 14,2007.
Adysen weighed 5 pounds, 1
ounce and measured 17.4 inches
in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Hank Bruning of Kingfisher,
Okla., and Judy Bruning of
Keystone Heights.
Paternal grandparent is Linda
Morris of Eustis.

Taylor
Touchton
Bradley and Megan Touchton
announce the birth of their son,
Taylor Hayden Touchton, on
June 8,2007.
Taylor weighed 6 pounds, 15
ounces and measured 18 1/2
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Neil and Beth Scott of Lake
Butler.
Paternal grandparents are
Palmer and Cynthia Touchton of
Hampton.


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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baxter Jr.
The bride is the daughter of
Rhonda Simms and Leon T.
Odom III, both of Starke.
The groom is the son of
Lynn Baxter of Starke and
Jerry Michael Baxter Sr. of
Pensacola.
Following the honeymoon in
Orlando, the couple will reside
in Starke.


Mia Card
Dan and Chris Card of Lawtey
announce the birth of their
daughter, Mia Alyssa Card, on
Oct. 7,2007.
Mia weighed 6 pounds, 6
ounces and measured 18 inches
in length.
Mia joins two siblings, Darrell
and Katie Card.
Maternal grandparents are
Helen M. Clark and the late
Darrell D. Clark of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are Ernie
and Po Chu Card of California.


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second Thursday in November
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CRIME


Melrose man
dies of self-
inflicted
gunshot
Apparent domestic problems
led to a Melrose man taking
his life and destroying his
home and vehicles last week.
Deputies arrived during the
early morning hours on Oct.
25 to find a house fully
engulfed in flames as well as
three cars on the property on
Bellamy Road in Melrose,
according to Deputy K. Terry.
Rocky Clinton Seal, 51, was
sitting in a chair in front of the
burning house. He was
unresponsive, bleeding from
the mouth and was first
thought shot by burnt
ammunition inside the house
fire.
A neighbor said he first heard
three loud bangs around 3:45
a.m. and when he investigated,
he saw Seal outside in the chair
and asked him if he was OK.
Seal responded with, "My
wife left me yesterday." When
the neighbor turned his head
toward the sound of oncoming
sirens, he heard a pop and
looked back to see Seal's head
fall backward in the chair,
Deputy Terry said.
Seal was pronounced dead at
4:31 a.m. by paramedics. It
was later confirmed to be a
self-inflicted gunshot wound
from a .22-caliber long rifle
revolver that took Seal's life,
Deputy Terry said.

Duval man
arrested in
Starke
William E. Akers, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
28 by Starke Patrolman P.A.
King for possession of a
controlled substance,
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Akers' vehicle was stopped
for speeding on South Walnut
Street. He refused to consent to
a search of his vehicle and the
K-9 was requested.
The K-9 alerted on the
vehicle, where the officer found
a glass marijuana pipe with
residue in the center armrest
coAsole. Also found in the
console was a pill bottle.
containing several marijuana
stems and a Xanax pill,
Patrolman King said. A glass
jar containing five grams of
marijuana was found in the rear
floorboard and inside Akers'
shaving kit were two syringes,
a silver spoon with Oxycontin
residue and several pieces of
Oxycontin pills. He was placed
in custody with no bond.
Eric Matthew Scheriff, 21, of
Hollywood, a passenger in the


David Markham Lowe was
arrested Oct. 25 by Clay
Deputy E.C. Mohler at his
place of employment on
charges of burglary to residence
and criminal mischief. During
a search, the deputy found a
bag of marijuana and a glass
pipe with marijuana residue in
Lowe's pocket, Deputy Mohler
said. He was additionally
charged with possession of
cannabis and drug
paraphernalia.
The warrant charges resulted
from an investigation by Clay
Deputy A.B. Graff. Lowe was
charged in July with breaking
into a trailer on Gustafson
Road, where he lived until
confronted in September by the
owner, Deputy Graff said.
During his stay, spray paint
was used to place graffiti on
the walls in a bedroom, Deputy
Graff said. Estimated'dafmage to
the property was $250.

Two face
drug charges
in traffic stop
Two individuals were arrested
Oct. 27 when their vehicle was
traffic stopped on Thomas
Street in Starke for an expired
tag.
A hard, white substance was
seen on the tongue of the
driver,Evelyn Irene Terry,
while she was talking with law
enforcement, according to
Patrolman P.A. King. Terry,
when asked to open her mouth,
revealed three pieces of
suspected :crack cocaine on her
tongue. The officer grabbed the
suspect's jaw and ordered her to
spit the substance out. She
closed 'her mouth and
swallowed the substance,
Patrolman King said.
After she was placed in
handcuffs, a Xanax pill was
found in her pocket and a glass
crack pipe with residue was
found in the ashtray, Patrolman
King said.
Terry, 48, of Graham was
charged with possession of a
controlled substance,
possession of drug
paraphernalia and resisting


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without violence. Bond was set
at $20,000.
Dennis M. Larsen, 59, of
Starke was a passenger in the
vehicle. He was charged with
possession of drug
paraphernalia after the officer
found a metal marijuana pipe
with residue on the floorboard
in the area of Larsen's feet,
Patrolman King said. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
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:
Caroline Martin Vilone, 37,
of Jacksonville and James E.
Padgett, 43, of Keystor~ e
Heights were arrested Oct. 22
by Starke Sgt. Matt Watson
for possession of controlled
substance. During a traffic
stop, the officer found a pill
bottle in Vilone's purse
containing Hydrocodone and
Diazepam. Padgett had
Methadone in his possession..
Neither had prescriptions for
the medications, Sgt. Watson
said. Padgett was released on
his own recognizance. Vilone
was released after, a $15,000
surety bond was posted.
Jason Rodriguez, 20, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 18 by
Union Deputy Ken Smith for
possession of marijuana with
intent to sell. Rodriguez'
vehicle was parked on Third
Street. As the deputy
approached the Jeep, he saw a
small amount of a green leafy
substance on the lap of one of
the passengers. Rodriguez was
asked to exit the vehicle and
was questioned. His license
was suspended and he was
placed under arrest, Deputy
Smith said. During a search, a
plastic bag containing seven
smaller plastic bags filled with


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a green leafy substance was
found in the driver's door
panel, Deputy Smith said. The
substance tested positive for
marijuana. Passengers in the
vehicle were released with a
warning, Deputy Smith said.
Kenneth John Waters Jr., 27,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 27
by Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery for disorderly
intoxication. Waters was being
loud and cursing on East Call
Street at 3:40 a.m. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and refused to quiet
down, Patrolman Lowery said.
A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Kenneth William Jacobs, 42,
of Melrose was arrested Oct. 24
by Clay Deputy E.C. Mohler
for trespass. Jacobs was
charged when he refused to
leave the White Elephant.
Jacobs became engaged in an
altercation with another patron
and was asked to leave by the
management. The deputy also
requested Jacobs to leave the
area but he continued to refuse
and was placed under arrest.
Darlene Susan Stafford, 33,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 23
by Clay Deputy T.R.
Cotchaleovitch for shoplifting.
Stafford was seen taking
several articles of clothing into
the dressing room at Bealls
Outlet in Keystone Heights.
When she left the changing
room she was not carrying the
items, Deputy Cotchaleovitch
said. She .was stopped outside
the store with the items under
her clothing, Deputy
Cotchaleovitch said. Value of
the stolen merchandise was
$32.95.
David Leon Bass, 24, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 22 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for trespass. Patrolmen
responding to a disturbance at


Orangewood Apartments were
informed Bass had been there
but had fled the area. Bass was
given a trespass warning in
August. He was located on
Water Street and arrested,
Patrolman King said. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Napoleon Boneparte Ballard,
51, of Starke was arrested Oct.
28 by Starke Patrolman Eric
Hall for retail theft. Ballard
was seen concealing two
packages of meat in his pants.
He then left Save-A-Lot
without paying for the
merchandise. He was stopped
in front of the store and
arrested, Patrolman Hall said.
Value of the meat was $6.78.
Donna Michelle Raulerson,
35, of Lawtey was arrested Oct.
25 by Starke Patrolman
Michelle Davis for retail theft.
Raulerson was charged with
concealing a greeting card and a
figurine in her purse,
Patrolman Davis said. The
stolen items, valued at $2.68,
were returned to Family Dollar.
A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.
Ricky Richard Jordan, 43, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 25 by
Patrolman Davis for retail
theft. Jordan left Save-A-Lot
without paying for a bottle of
wine that was concealed in his
pocket. Value of the wine was
$4.27.


Kevin Keith Kehoe, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 26 during a traffic stop by
Florida Highway Patrolman
Jason Barry for failure to pay
child support from Putnam
County. Kehoe was released
after a $1,000 cash bond was
posted.
Judy Faulks, 27, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 22 by
probation officers for violation
of drug offender probation on
an Alachua case for scheme to
defraud. Faulks tested positive
for cocaine Oct. 18, which
violated her probation. She was
turned over to Alachua.
Kerry Grant Gibson, 46, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
22 by Bradford Deputy Robbie
Watkins for violation of
probation child neglect from
Alachua with no bond. Gibson
was transferred to Alachua.
Robert Nichols, 35, -'of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 25 by
Clay deputies on warrants for
simple battery and resisting
without violence.



Curtis Windale Hodge, 23,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 27 by Clay
Deputy B.W. Smith for failure
to. appear possession of
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Lawtey
Community
School student
Jaci Atkinson "
(left) is pictured
with music
teacher Jimmy
Peronto. ,
Atkinson has
- been selected
for the Florida
'Music
Educators'
Association All-
State
Elementary
Chorus.



Lawtey fifth-

grader earns spot

in all-state chorus


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Lawtey Community School
fifth-grader Jaci Atkinson is
one of approximately 200
fourth- and fifth-grade students
throughout Florida selected to
participate in the FMEA
(Florida Music Educators'
Association) All-State
Elementary Chorus, which will
perform in January.
Atkinson, the daughter of
Ben and Cheryl Atkinson, is
the first Bradford County
student selected for this
particular chorus. (The county
has been represented at the
high school level in the past.)
"I'm very excited about her
being a part of this," said
Jimmy Peronto, the music
teacher at Lawtey Community
School.
The chorus will perform at
the Tampa Convention Center
on Friday, Jan. 11, at 1 p.m.
Atkinson and the other
members will spend -a day
rehearsing on Thursday, Jan.
10, as well as rehearsing on the
morning of Jan. 11, Peronto


RIDES
Continued from page 2B

many people for the show that;
as Holland described it in
2005, features "cars. bikes --.-
trucks and the people who o% n
them."
Stories are not limited to just
those three types of vehicles.
"We've got a guy who's
building an airplane from
scratch," Holland said. "We're
going to follow through with
him."
For more information on
Hot Rides Motorsports, visit
the Web site, which currently
features a free video clip
including interviews with
Bradford County residents


said.
Rollo A. Dilworth, associate
professor of music and director
of choral activities and music
education at the North Park
University School of Music in
Chicago, will serve as the
guest conductor. Dillworth,
who is an active member of the
Music Educators National
Conference, the National
Association of Negro
Musicians, the American
Choral Directors Association
and Chorus America, will also
compose a piece for the all-
state chorus to perform.
Atkinson had to submit
audition tapes to be considered
for selection. Peronto said
FMEA received submissions
from approximately, 550
students.
Students from 30 of
Florida's 67 counties were
selected. Bradford is in a
district with 12 other counties.
Alachua and Duval were the
only other counties in that
district to have students
selected.
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Recent arrest
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The following individ
were arrested recently by 1
law enforcement officers
Bradford, Clay (Keysi
Heights area) or Ut
County:
Frank Troya, 52, of Sta
was arrested Oct. 22
probation officers for violat
of probation possession
cocaine. Troya is currently
community control from C
County.' He was released
Clay.
David Ryan Sapp, 22,
Live Oak was arrested Oct.
by Patrolman King on
warrant from Putnam Couu
for violation of probation.
$1,004 surety bond was pos
for his release from custody.
Troy Lee Hesters, 38,
Starke was arrested Oct. 25
,Bradford Sgt. Brian Davis


violation of probation
possession of cocaine from
Baker County. Bond was set at
$15,000.
Kenneth Thomas, 48, of
r Melrose was arrested Oct. 24
by Clay deputies on a warrant
for worthless checks.
west Charles Arthur Futch III, 23,
in of Brooker was arrested Oct. 27
and by Deputy Watkins for failure
C.R. to appear for charges of forgery
west with no bond.
S.R.
C.R. Graham Wesley Parrish, 17,
C.R. of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 24 by Union Deputy Brett
Handley on a warrant for
robbery. Bond was set at
1R. $1,000.
231
t of Carl Evan Swain, 35, of
227, Starke was arrested Oct. 23 by
rke, Patrolman King for failure to
Sin appear. He was released on his
vest own recognizance.
221,
225 Mathis Demar Jackson, 20,
at of Lake Butler was arrested
of Oct. 29 by Union Deputy
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SSection C: Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007 Telegraph Times Monitor


Norma Donn
(left) is pictured
with her
daughter, Kelly
Sweat. Donn, a
florist, is
retiring after
approximately
40 years in the
business.


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Florist offers bouquet of

love, thanks to Starke


SBY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
A fixture on East Call Street
in Starke, Norma's Floral Etc.
will be changing hands on
Thursday, Nov.1.
Norma Donn, after 15 years
at her location, said she is
retiring to spend more time
with her nine grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
"Even though I'm leaving
the business, I am not leaving
what I consider my extended
family\ lo\al customers and


fellow business owners here in
'Starke, Donn said.
Donn has been a florist for
39 years-32 of them in
Starke. Before opening her
own shop in 1992, she had
worked for several different
florists in the city, including
Wilson's, Sunshine, Flowers
by Larry and Bradford's.
She said that while in the
employ of those businesses,
she got so many requests from
customers at her own home to
make floral arrangements that


it persuaded her to open her
own business. By her side for
the 15 years on Call Street has
been her daughter, Kellh
Sweat, who herself boasts 23
years ofexperience as a florist.
working simultaneously at
many of the above-mentioned
florists her mother was also
employed before opening her
own shop.
The business, very much a
family affair, had Donn's other
See DONN, p. 6C


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Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Nov. 1, 2007
sam tem-Ble n


Indians blank

Yulee for

homecoming

BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
For the second week in a
row, the Keystone Heights
football team showed no
mercy on its opponent as they
systematically demolished the
Yulee Hornets by a score of
35-0 during the Indians'
homecoming game on Oct. 26.
The win kept the playoff
hopes alive for the Indians (6-
2, 4-2 in District 3-2A).
However, Keystone, with a
win against Bradford this
Friday, Nov. 2, would need
Yulee (1-7, 1-5) to defeat
Fernandina Beach (7-2, 4-2)
this Friday.
As with last week's 55-8
rout of Ribault, Keystone head
coach Chuck Dickinson and
the Indians wisely chose to
dance with them that brung
'em, running backs Greg
Taylor and Matt Story.
Taylor rushed for 142 yards
and three touchdowns, while
Story posted 108 yards and
one score. During this contest,
the duo together surpassed
1,000 yards for the season.
- They accounted for all.but-23
yards of Keystone's total
output Not one pass was
attempted by quarterback
Clayton Mosley.
The Hornets, on the other
hand, were not only unable to
stop the Indians' running
attack, but were totally
ineffectual on offense. Taylor
alone accumulated 26 more
yards than the entire Yulee
offense could produce.
Keystone wasted little time
as it scored on its opening
drive. Taylor ran the ball. in
from the 6 at the 10-minute
mark of the first quarter,
putting the Indians on top 7-0.
On their next drive, the
Indians drove the ball from
Yulee's 46 behind Taylor and
Story, with the latter carrying
the ball 34 yards for another
Keystone touchdown with
10:49 to play in the second
quarter.
After again shutting down
Yulee's offense, Keystone
took possession at its own 47.
Story and Taylor took turns
driving toward the end zone,
with Taylor finishing up the
job from the 20 to give
Keystone a 21-0 lead with 3:02
left in the half.
The Indians, on their first
possession of the second half,
drove the ball 42 yards, with
Taylor scoring his third
touchdown on a 2-yard carry at
the 4:35 mark for a 28-0 lead.
During the Hornets' next
possession, Keystone defender
Jacob Elliott scooped up a
loose ball on the run, returning
it 63 yards to cap the scoring
with 9:01 remaining in the
game.
Dickinson said he was very
pleased with the blocking of
the offensive line and the
aggressive play of the defense.

Thanks...
.Dickinson extended his
thanks to Keystone Building
Center/True Value and Town


and Country Veterinary Clinic
for the pre-game meal.


Score By Quarter
YHS 0 0
KHHS 7 14


0 0-0
7 7-35


Scoring Summary
K: Taylor 6 run (Gober kick)
K: Story 34 run (Gober kick)
K: Taylor 20 run (Gober kick)
K: Taylor 2 run (Gober kick)
K: Elliott 63 fumble return
(Gober kick)


Team Statistics
Y


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


8
37-91
25
2-5-0
1-1
3-15


K
10
34-247
0
0-0-0
1-1
5-40


Tornadoes

pick it up in

second half

for big win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
SIt wasn't pretty in the first
"half as numerous penalties and
turnovers hurt.possible scoring
opportunities, but the Bradford
football team played much
better in the second half en
route., to defeating host
Interlachen 43-7 in a District
3-2A game on Oct. 26.
Bradford head coach Steve
Hoard watched his team
commit three penalties and
eventually fumble the ball
away on one drive,
squandering an opportunity
inside the Interlachen 30, saw
a holding penalty nullify a
touchdown run by Chuckie
Covington and saw a fumble
end another drive.
"We were horrible in the
first half," Hoard said.
The second half was a
different story as the
Tornadoes (5-3, 4-2 in District
3) scored three touchdowns on
a total of seven plays in a span
of approximately, six minutes
to put the Rams away. Two of


those were scored by
Covington and Jernard Beard,
who rushed for 105 and 101
yards, respectively.
,A 26-yard kickoff return by
Tremaine Harris set Bradford
up in good field position at its
own 42 to start the third
quarter. Covington promptly
ripped off a 36-yard run, which
was followed. shortly by
Beard's 19-yard carry into the
end zone. That put the
Tornadoes up 26-7 after Glen
Velasquez' PAT.
Covington, after Bradford
forced Interlachen's offense to
go three-and-out, had another
long-gainer. This time, he
didn't stop until he found his
way into the end zone from 65
yards out with 7:24 remaining
in the third quarter.
Linebacker Teddy Harkin
recovered a fumble for the
Tornadoes on Interlachen's
ensuing series. That set up a
three-play, 26-yard drive, that
was capped by Robert
Boswell's third touchdown of
the game on a run from the 10-
yard line.
Boswell finished the game
with 65 rushing yards.
Hoard said the players
simply 'responded to the
coaches' challenge of playing
smarter and playing up to their
capabilities.
It was not just the varsity
starters who stepped up to the
challenge. Several players up
from the junior varsity team
contributed, including Reggie
Thomas, who had two
interceptions on consecutive
drives. His first set up
Velasquez' 32-yard field goal
in the fourth quarter, while his
second occurred in his own
end zone to thwart a later
scoring attempt by Interlachen.
Beard also came up with an
interception in the second half.
Interlachen, which is in the
midst of its 23rd straight losing
season, did not pick up a first
down until late in the third
quarter and was held to 102
yards. Still, the Rams (0-8, 0-
6) appeared as if they would
make it a competitive contest
early.
Bradford went up first after


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Justin Henderson recovered an
Interlachen fumble. Henderson
fell on the loose ball at the
Interlachen 21, setting up
Boswell's touchdown run just
a minute into the game.
The Rams came back and
took the lead when Quell
Brown, the player who
fumbled, returned the ensuing
kickoff 93 yards. Interlachen,
unlike Bradford, converted on
its PAT to go up 7-6 at the
10:42 mark of the first quarter.
That lead did not last long as
Bradford responded with an
eight-play scoring drive. Rob
Harris had a 12-yard run for a
first down, but it was Beard
who did most of the work. He
had four carries for 28 yards,
including a 14-yard run to the
Interlachen 2. Boswell found
his way into the end zone from
there, putting Bradford up 12-
7..
The penalties began for
Bradford on its next series. A
pass interference call negated a
31-yard pass completion from
Rodney Mosley to Henderson
at the goal line. The Tornadoes
still scored, however, even
though facing a first-and-40
from, the Interlachen 43.
Mosley rolled out and flipped
a short pass to Beard, who
went the remaining distance
for the Tornadoes' third
touchdown with 2:31 left in
the first quarter.
Beard finished the game
with two receptions for- 51
yards.
Interlachen muffed the
ensuing kickoff, giving the
Tornadoes a first down at the
Interlachen 23. Bradford was
hit with three penalties, which
wiped out long runs by Beard,
Boswell and Harris. The
Tornadoes eventually turned
the ball over at the Interlachen
36 after a fumble.
The Tornadoes fumbled
again on their next possession,
See BHS, p. 4C


Bradford,

Keystone

meet each

other in

district finale
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It may not result in a playoff
berth, but the Bradford and
Keystone Heights football
teams will be fighting for at
least a tie for second place in
District 3-2A when they play
each other this Friday, Nov. 2,
in Starke at 7:30 p.m.
Bradford (5-3) and Keystone
(6-2) each have a 4-2 record in
district play. The winner of
Friday's game will finish tied
for second place with
Fernandina Beach should
Fernandina defeat Yulee this
Friday night as expected. In
that case. Fernandina would be
recognized as the district
runner-up since the Pirates
have defeated both Bradford
and Keystone.
However, if Yulee pulls the
Upset, the Bradford-Keystone
winner would be the district
runner-up and would advance
to the regional playoffs.
Bradford and Keystone are
similar in that their two district
losses have come against the


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same teams (Bolles and
Fernandina Beach) and their
offenses are geared toward
running the ball.
Bradford averages 184
rushing yards per game as
opposed to 58 passing yards
per game. Keystone runs the
ball for 287 yards per game,
while passing for just 42 yards
per game.
The Tornadoes have several
players who tote the ball:
running backs Jernard:Beard,..
Robert Boswell, Chuckle
Covington and Rob Harris, and
quarterback Rodney Mosley..
In a 43-7 win over
Interlachen last week, Boswell,
a sophomore, rushed for three
scores that covered 2, 10 and
21 yards. Seniors Beard and
Covington scored on runs of
19 and 65 yards, respectively.
Beard, Covington and
Harris, another senior, lead the
team with five touchdowns
each. Beard has two rushing
touchdowns and three
receiving, Covington three
rushing, one receiving and one
on defense off of a fumble
return, and Harris has four
rushing and one receiving.
The bulk of Keystone's
offense is generated by two
players: senior running backs
Matt Story and Greg Taylor. .
Each back surpassed the
See FINALE, p. 4C










Nov. 1,2007 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOF-C-SECTION Page 3 C


OBITUARIES


Elsie Bailey
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Elsie Belle Bailey, 89, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007, at
Shands UF, following a sudden
illness.
Bailey was born in
Birmingham, Ala., on Dec. 28,
1917. She was a member of the
Park of the Palms Church in
Keystone and served as a
children's Bible missionary.
Bailey is survived by her
nephew, Mike Bailey, of Ashville,
Ala.
Memorial services for Bailey
will be held at a later date.
Interment will be in Pattens
Chalep Cemetery in Birmingham,
Ala. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

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Keystone Heights died Monday,
Oct. 22, 2007, at the Shands STA
Starke emergency room following Garrett
a sudden illness. Tuesday
Born in Orlando on Dec. 17, Windso
1960, Callaway moved to extendedi
Keystone Heights 30 years ago. Garre
Callaway attended Gadara Baptist Ga., on
Church. He was a carpenter in the the late
building construction industry. Kate Co
Callaway is survived by his Garre
wife of 15 years, Kathy Perry and am
Callaway; a son, Charles United N
Callaway; a brother, Greg Garre
Callaway; a sister, Tracy caught
Callaway; and a grandson, Julian. Hawth
Memorial services for Callaway Stephen
were held on Oct. 27 in Gadara Stephe
Baptist Church with the Rev. Stephen
Jason Nettles conducting' the step
services. Interment will be held at sister, S
a later date under the care of Jones six gra
Funeral Home of Keystone grandchi
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James Coleman Mabel F
BRYCEVILLE James E. M.L.
Coleman, 73, of Bryceville died Freema
Thursday, Oct. 25, 2007. Chapel
Coleman was a member of First Home l
Baptist Church of Maxville. He Wayne
was a pulpwood producer for 45 services
years. Forest
Coleman was preceded in death FArrane
by his parents, Francis and Myrtle rf High
Coleman; brother, B.F. Coleman Georgia
and sister, Evelyn Taylor. The i
Coleman is survived by: his share yo
wife, Judy L. Coleman; children, in tt
Jeanie Stephens, Fran Carlton, hightowv
James Coleman Jr., Barbara Sue
Anderson, and Patricia Cales; 15
grandchildren and 14 great- Jerr
grandchildren. STAR
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First Baptist Church of Maxville unexpec
on Oct. 28. Interment followed,in.-, 2pQ7,.at
L'ongbranch 'Cemetery.: Born
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Geige
Woodrow Wilson Cox, 89, of Sampson
Keystone Heights died Friday, He is
Oct. 26, 2007, at Windsor Manor 52 year
Nursing Home following an daughter
extended illness. India Pel
Born in Clay County on March and Carc
8, 1918, Cox was a longtime sons, Ja
resident of the area. He owned and Starke
operated the W.W. Cox Building Geiger
Contractors firm for 37 years. He grandch
also served as a Seabee with the grandchil
U.S. Navy during the war. Funer.
Cox is survived by: his wife of were hel
70 years, Margaret Elouise Price City
Cox; children, Ann Rains, Patricia Arranger
Hague and John E. Cox, all of of Jones:
Keystone Heights; a brother,
Grover Cleveland Cox Jr. of DeW
Fernandina Beach; sisters, Inez
Coleman of Jacksonville and Harr
Zelma Gourley of Newberry; four ,
grandchildren and five great- LULU
grandchildren. (Ramsey
Memorial services for Cox will died Suni
be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, VA.Mec
Nov. 8, at the graveside in Room, fi
Keystone Heights Cemetery with had lasted
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i Baptish Church. He was a
woodsman.
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years, Phyllis Bishop
n of Keystone; daughters,
Ross of Keystone, Cheryl
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orne; sons, Jerry
son of Douglasville, Mike
nson of Waco, Ike
son of Keystone Heights;
.ybil Cleveland of Rome;
ndchildren, eight great
ildren and one great-great-
ild.
tt was preceded in death
ers, Ruby Van Pelt and
Freeman, and by brothers,
Winston and Eddie
n.
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of Hightower Funeral
In Oct. 27 with the Rev.
Monroe conducting the
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Lawn Memorial Park.
ments were under the care
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RKE Herman Gerald
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Herman Oscar Geiger and
Louise Gandy Geiger.
his retirement, he worked
Iman Paper Company in
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r was a member of the
1 City Church of God.
survived by: his wife of
s, Lucy Ward Geiger;
s, Patricia Swafford and
ters, both of Lake Butler,
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Tigers defeat
Dixie, face

Chiefland for

possible

playoff berth
BY CLIFF-SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jordan Clyatt had two
touchdown receptions in the
second half to help the Union
County football team defeat
Dixie County 34-28 on Oct. 26
in Cross City.
The Tigers (3-5) led 20-14 at
the half, but Clyatt scored on a
long reception, which, with
Lonnie Gosha's run on the
two-point conversion, put them
up by two touchdowns.
Clyatt's touchdown
reception with 10 minutes
remaining in the game proved
to be the winning score.
Dixie (4-5) rallied, scoring a
touchdown with 2:51 to play to
pull within six, but the Union
- defense made the plays it
needed to in the end. Gosha
-_ame'lup-with-an -interception-
_on a fourth-and-12 play to seal
the victory.
The Tigers will now attempt
_ to put together consecutive
wins for the first time this
season. More importantly, they
are trying to stay alive for a
l-playoff berth when they travel
to play District 4-2B opponent
.-.-Chiefland on Friday, Nov. 2, at
7:30 p.m.


If the Tigers win, they will
finish tied for second place in
the district. If Newberry,
which has already wrapped up
the district championship,
defeats P.K. Yonge (also this
Friday), Union will be the
district runner-up by virtue of
its win over Trinity Catholic. If
P.K. Yonge defeats Newberry,
then the Tigers will be in a
three-way tie with P.K. Yonge
and Trinity Catholic. A
shootout would have to be
played to determine the
district's runner-up as neither
team holds an advantage over
the other two.
Defeating Chiefland (3-5, 1-
2 in District 4) is no given,
though, as the Indians snapped
a three-game losing streak by
defeating P.K. Yonge 18-10
last week.
Stephen Davis rushed for
100 yards on 15 carries,
scoring a touchdown on a 16-
yard run in that win.
Quarterback Daniel Galpin
tossed a 28-yard touchdown to
Tommy Sheffield, while
Easton McGinty returned an
interception 62 yards for
another score.
The Indians are averaging
161 rushing yards per game
and 63 passing yards per game.
Galpin has completed 38-of-99
passes for 501 yards, with four
touchdowns and seven
interceptions.
Galpin leads the team with a
total of six touchdowns, while
Davis and Sheffield have five
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BHS
Continued from page 2C

giving the ball to the Rams at
the Bradford 29. Covington,
who had the fumble, made up
for it on defense when he made
two consecutive tackles, one of
which resulted in a loss of 3
yards on third-and-6. Adrian
Mosley then came up with an
interception on fourth down to
give the ball back to Bradford.
Bradford began marching
from its own 10-yard line on
what would have been
considered its best drive of the
half-if not for the penalties.
The Tornadoes drove to the
Interlachen 35 before being hit
with a holding penalty.
Another holding call took
away a 25-yard touchdown run
by Covington.
The Tornadoes had eight
penalties in the first half.
Hoard said his team did not
practice well last week leading
up to the game, and it seemed
to show.
"Our first half looked like
that week of practice," he said.


Score By Quarter
BHS 19 0 21
IHS 7 0 0


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Scoring Summary
B: Boswell 21 run (kick failed)
I: Brown 93 kickoff return
(Thomas kick)
B: Boswell 2 run (rub failed)
B: Beard 43 pass from
Mosley (Velasquezkick)f
B: Beard 19 run (Velasquez
kick)
B: Covington 65 run
(Velasquez kick)
B: Boswell 10 run (Velasquez


kick)
B: Velasquez 32 FG

Team Statistics
B
Firsl Downs 19
Rushes/Yds. 46-406
Passing Yds. 65
Passes 4-5-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-2


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Story leads the team with 16
touchdowns (all on the
ground), while Taylor has 13
(12 rushing, one receiving).
Story has five 100-plus-yard
games, including a 213-yard
effort in a 55-8 win over
Ribault. Taylor has surpassed
100 yards in seven games, with
a high of 181 yards in a 49-6
win over Interlachen.
Keystone's offense has run
401 plays from scrimmage this
year-356 of which have been
runs. Junior quarterback
Clayton Mosley has attempted
just 45 passes, completing 21
of those for 338 yards and
three touchdowns.
Bradford's Rodney Mosley,
a sophomore, has completed
31-of-56 passes for 432 yards
and four touchdowns. All four
of those touchdowns have
come in the last three games.
Mosley connected with Harris
for a 2-yard score in a 21-7
win over Ribault, had
touchdowns of 10 yards to
Beard and 36 yards to
Covington in a 19-0 win over
Yulee, and finally'hooked up
with Beard for a 43-yard pass
play in the win over
Interlachen.
Mosley, who also has two
rushing touchdowns this
season, leads the team with six
touchdowns.
,The Indians have given up
more passing yards than
rushing yards this season.
Teams are' averaging 119 yards
per game through the air
against Keystone, while being
held'to just 81 rushing yards
per game.
Whichever route an offense
altempis to take against
Ke\s:'one. it has to be careful
o- a-dcl'enlse- that has forced 18
Storno: ers this year. Junior
Dillon Van Wagner has been
responsible for five of those on
three interceptions and two
fumble recoveries. Lee
Lambert and Jacob Van
Wagner, who are also juniors,
each have two interceptions.
S.. Bradford's defense has
produced 13 turnovers and is
holding teams to 210 yards per
game (140 on the ground and
70 through the air).


to Fernandina Beach-the
Tornadoes by a score of 13-12
and Keystone by a score of 23-
21.
As expected, district champ
Bolles had little trouble with
either team, defeating Bradford
49-13 and Keystone 41-6.
Each team has played a
common non-district opponent
in Fort White. Bradford
opened the season with a 7-3
win over Fort White, while the
Indians outlasted Fort White
48-40 the following week.
Bradford's defense held Fort
White to just a field goal
despite four turnovers by its
offense. Rodney Mosley
provided the winning score on
a 1-yard touchdown run.
Keystone: gave up two
kickoff returns for touchdowns
in its win over Fort White, but
got five touchdowns from
Story on runs of 1, 6, 10, 11
and 17 yards.
It was Story who turned the


KH soccer

team hosts

Twin Lakes

Classic Sat.
The second annual Twin
Lakes Classic will pit boys
varsity high school soccer
teams against one another in a
preseason matchup on
Saturday, Nov. 3.
Eight teams will compete in
eight games, with each team
lining up against two different
opponents for the day.
Keystone Heights will open
the classic at 10 a.m., playing
Suwannee. Keystone will also
match up against Palatka at
1:20 p.m.
The schedule of games is as
follows:
10 a.m. Interlachen vs.
Palatka on field one, Keystone
vs. Suwannee on field two,.
1.1:40 a.m. Matanzas vs.
Santa Fe on field one, Mt.
Dora vs. Gainesville on field
two.


tide in Keystone's 35-21 win
over Bradford last season.
Bradford had pulled within
20-14 in the fourth quarter
after Harris' 11-yard
touchdown run capped a 95-
yard drive.
The Tornadoes then seemed
poised to get the ball back with
Keystone facing a third-and-8.
Story, however, turned a
screen pass into a 60-yard
touchdown.
Story later added a 2-yard
touchdown to put Keystone up
35-14.
Story, who also scored on a
3-yard run, had three
touchdowns in all, while
Taylor scored on a 6-yard run
and a 69-yard reception.
Bradford's Harris scored
twice, with his other score
coming on a 3-yard run.
The Tornadoes did hold
Story and Taylor both below
100 yards, but they allowed
185 yards passing.


1:20 p.m., Suwannee vs'.
Interlachen on field one,
Palatka vs. Keystone on field
two..
3 p.m. Gainesville vs.
Matanzas on field one, Santa
Fe vs. Mt. Dora on field two.



Season ends

for KHHS in

volleyball

A fourth-straight trip to the
regional playoffs was denied to
the Keystone Heights
volleyball team, which lost to
Pierson Taylor in the
semifinals of the District 6-3A
tournament on' Oct. 23 in
Pierson.
The Indians, who had won
two consecutive district
championships, fell in five
games.
This marks just the second
time in 11, years Keystone has
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3 area boys'
golfers wrap

up season in
regional play


The Bradford County Jr. Pee Wee Pop Warner football team won its division
championship by defeating the Gainesville Orange 20-13 on Oct. 27. The Jaguars
will now play Tallahassee in Pierson this Saturday, Nov. 3, at 11 a.m. The final goal
in this series of games is to play at Disney World in December. Pictured are: (front
row, I-r) Jaquez Ivey, Jason Colton, Roger Broomfield, Ethan Bucholz, Jordan
Joiner, (second row, I-r) Chase Brown, Garret Huggins, Manti McNeil, Dennis
Jackson, Blake Addison, Justin Parrish, Jarvis Desue, (third row, I-r) Johnnie
Daugherty, Dion Jonas, Jaquez Hampton, Justin Perry, Charles Stronger, Jacob
Luke, Jaquez Covington, (fourth row, I-r) Dejwan Perry, Kenny Dinkins, Brandon
Pincni, Nolen Roberts, Taylor Davis, (back row, I-r) assistant coach Rodney Mosley,
assistant coach Braxton Britt, head coach James McNeil, assistant coach Kenneth
Griffis and assistant coach Jason Huggins.


Girls' golf
teams
conclude year
in regional
tournament
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The season may be over, but
it is believed the girls' golf
teams at Bradford and
Keystone Heights high schools
posted their best finishes ever
in regional play, with
Keystone able to place in the
top five at the Region 2-Class
A tournament in Fernandina
Beach on Oct. 22.
Keystone coach Kathy
Trabert said she was "real
pleased" with her team's
finish. The Indians placed fifth
with a team score of 424.
Keystone was second among
public schools in the
tournament. Public school
Fernandina Beach was third
behind private schools. Bolles
and Providence.
Trabert 'sad iji"'she .'- was
especially proud of the team's
lone senior, Valerie Eddins,
who has battled through wrist
problems this season. Eddins
led the team with a score of
100.
DarbyAnn Roberts was
second on the team with a
score of 105, followed by
Heather Wall at 108. and


Karleigh Smoak at 111.
The players had excellent
18-hole scores considering
they didn't play many 18-hole
tournaments during the season,
Trabert said.
Bradford coach Lamar
Waters said the tournament
was played on a "very tough,
long course," so he could not
have been rmore proud of the
effort of the Tornadoes, who
placed eighth with a team
score of 534.
The course presented some
challenges, such as the seventh
hole on the back nine, which
had the players having to
contend with water. Two of
Bradford's golfers struggled
on that particular hole.
Still, Waters said, "We
really played well," noting that
Bradford had a better score
than Branford, which edged
the Tornadoes out for second
place in the Oct. 15 District 4
tournament.
Heather Alvarez, who was
making her third straight
regional appearance, led the
Tornadoes with a score of 115.
Laura Fredrick was second
with a score of 131, followed
by Michele Glark at 143 and
Jacie Revels at 145.
Alvarez, like Eddins, is her
team's lone senior, which
means the future could be.
bright for both programs. Most
of Bradford's team consisted
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number of players (13) in
years, Trabert said. The oldest
returning player for next year
is currently a sophomore.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
They did not qualify for the
state finals, but Bradford High
School golfer Barrett Cooper
and Union County High
School golfers Kris Bracewell
and Kaleb Windham had an
opportunity to experience
something new at the Region
2-Class A tournament, which
was held Oct. 23 at Amelia
Island's Royal Amelia Golf
Course.
Windham led the trio with a
score of 89, while Bracewell
and Cooper each shot a 91.
Both- Duke Emerson-
Union's coach-and Greg
Marshall- Bradford's coach-
said the trip for the three
golfers was a chance to play on
one of the better courses in the
area. The course offered its
share of challenges, mainly
concerning the greens.
"The greens were as fast as
I've ever seen," Emerson said.
Marshall said a putt 'that
would travel 3 feet at the
Starke course would travel 12-
15 feet on this particular
course, which he described as
having "very tricky, lightning-
fast greens."
Emerson said he could not


be prouder of his team's two
representatives. He said it was
just an honor to have two
members from the team
qualify for regional play.
"That's a pretty neat thing
right there," Emerson said.
Bracewell will. have the
chance to do it again as he is
just a junior. The same holds
true of Cooper.
Marshall said he fully
expects Cooper to make
improvements by his senior
year. That's because Cooper
has put in a; lot of time
working on his game,
including participating in
clinics at 'the World Golf
Village.
"He is the one golfer we had
this season who worked harder
at his craft than anybody else,"
Marshall said.
Cooper has the aptitude and
attitude necessary to succeed at
the sport, Marshall said.
Cooper also wants to pursue a
career in golf, whether it be
playing professionally,.
designing courses or acting as
a superintendent at a resort
course.
"He absolutely adores the
game," Marshall said.
The top two individuals at
the regional tournament were
Parker Clowers of Providence
with a 70 and Micah Jacobsen
of Fernandina Beach with a 72.
(Pete Kellerman of Bishop
Kenny also had a 72.)
Providence and Bishop
Kenny were the top two teams.


UCHS
Continued from page 4C

each. All of Davis'
touchdowns have come on the
ground, while Sheffield has
three touchdown runs, one
touchdown reception and one
score on a blocked punt return.
Defensively, Chiefland is
allowing 201 rushing yards
and 97 passing yards per game.
The Indians have also forced
26 turnovers this year. Eleven
of those occurred in two
games: a 46-14 win over
Taylor County and a 14-0 loss
to Dixie County.
Dixie County and P.K.
Yonge are two of five common
opponents Chiefland and
Union have played this year.
(Union defeated Dixie County
34-28 and lost 24-14 to P.K.
Yonge.) They both defeated
Hamilton County (Chiefland
by a score of 13-12 and Union
by-20-14) and both lost to
Newberry (Chiefland by 41-0
and Union by 46-0). Chiefland
lost 37-13 to Trinity Catholic,
while Union defeated the
Celtics 29-28.
Last year, the Tigers built a
30-0 first-half lead en route to
defeating Chiefland 44-6. One
of the team's touchdowns
came on an 11-yard reception'
by Clyatt.
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OBITS
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the services. Interment will follow
in Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey
under the care of Haile Funeral
Home of Starke.

Hank Lott Jr.
HAMPTON Pies Hamer
"Hank" Lott Jr., 75, of Hampton
died Saturday, Oct. 27, 2007, at
Bradford Terrace in Starke
following an extended illness.
Born on July 22, 1932, in
Webster County, Miss., Lott was
the son of Pies Hamer Lott Sr. ad
Mary E. Baily. He moved to
Hampton in 1958 from Europa,
Miss.
Lott was a retired service
technician and mechanical
contractor. He was a veteran of the
Korean War and a member of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars. He
served several terms as the mayor
of the city of Hampton and was a
member of Faith Baptist Church.
Lott was also a musician and
songwriter.
Lott is survived by: his wife,
Imogene Thomas Lott; daughters,
Janice Lott of Keystone Heights
and Geneva Prevatt of Hampton;
sons, Donnie Lott of Keystone
Heights, David Cross of Hampton,
Curtis Bennett of Macclenny,
Timothy Bennett and Danny
Bennett, both of Hampton; sisters,
Helen Jacks and Billie Jean Curtis,
both of Hampton, June Castle of
Europa, Miss., and Brenda Slade
of Hampton Lake; 13
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Oct.
29 at the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel
at Jones Funeral Home in Starke.
Interment followed at Hope
Cemetery under the care of Jones
Funeral Home.

Isaac Porter
CHAPIN, S.C. Isaac Blease
Porter, 96, of Chapin, S.C., died
Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007, at his
daughter's home in Keystone
Heights following an extended
illness.
Porter was bor in Dillon, S.C.,
on Nov. 28, 1910, and was a
retired researcher for DuPont. He
had been an active member of


Columbia First Seventh Day
Adventist Church since 1951.
Porter is survived by: a son,
Carroll Porter of Lilburn, Ga.; a
daughter, Kathy Lumpkins of
Keystone Heights; stepchildren,
Tony Sturkey, John Thomas
Beckworth, Paul Beckworth, Ruby
Otto, and Priscilla Irby; a sister,
Vivian Wilson; nine grandchildren
and numerous great grandchildren.
Porter was preceded in death by
a daughter, Algene Wiley.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
the Worthy Student Fund at
Columbia Adventist Academy,
243 Riverchase Way, Lexington,
S.C., 29072.
Out of town arrangements are
under the care of Caughman-
Harman Funeral Home. Local
arrangements are under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

'Candy' Price
MELROSE Rita D. "Candy"
Price, 51, of Melrose died Sunday,
Oct. 28, 2007, in Harvey, La.
She was a licensed practical
nurse and was a lifetime member
of the Florida Sheriff's Boys
Ranch, a member of the Bradford
County Roping Club, the National
Barrel Racing Association, and
other associations for barrel
racing. Price was of the Catholic
faith.
Price is survived by: her
husband, Randal. B. Price of
Melrose; her mother, Genevieve
Cody of Everett, Ga.; sons, David
K. Cody, Daniel L. Minchew,
Donald A. Minchew and Randy
Price, all of Melrose; a brother,
Richard Cody of Everett, Ga.; and
four grandchildren.
Visitation will be held on
Thursday, Nov. 1, from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. at the Coulter Garrison
Funeral Home in Dayton, Tenn.
Funeral services for Price will
be held on Thursday, Nov. 1, at 1
p.m. in the chapel of Coulter
Garrison Funeral Home, with the
Rev. Drew Prince conducting the
services. Interment will follow in
Wolf Creek Cemetery.

Alfred
Underwood
STARKE Alfred Hodge
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Sunday, Oct. 28, 2007, at his
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Seiverville, Tenn., on
May 24, 1926, Underwood moved
to Starke 54 years ago. He was
retired from the home construction
industry and was a member of
Hope Baptist Church.
Underwood is survived by his
wife of 54 years, Edna L.
Underwood; daughters, Cindy
Folino of Tampa, and Alice
Underwood of Starke; a son, Rich
Underwood of Keystone Heights;
a brother, Jim Underwood of
Temple, Texas; and one
granddaughter.
The family will receive visitors
on Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 5-7
p.m. at Jones Funeral Home in
Starke.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, Nov. 1, at 2 p.m. in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at the
funeral home with the Rev. Dick
Dixon conducting the services.
Interment will follow in Keystone
Heights Cemetery under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

John Williams Jr.
MASON, TEXAS John W.
Williams Jr., 76, died Thursday,
Oct. 25, 2007, following a lengthy
illness.
Williams was a retired senior
master sergeant in the United
States Air Force and was a veteran
with 27 years of service. He
earned a number of medals,
awards and citations during his
service, which included being a
member of the Air Force Security
Service Command--an
assignment which took him
around the world, including tours
of duty in Japan and Pakistan.
After leaving the service,
Williams attended the University
of Florida and obtained his
bachelor of arts degree. He was a
member of Psi Chi and of the
National Honor Society in
Psychology.
He also worked in assisting and
counseling other veterans until he
finally retired.
Williams is survived by:
daughters, Beth Palmer of Mason,
Texas, and Rebecca Williams of
Keystone Heights; a son, Wesley
Williams of Lake Geneva; a sister,
Judi Merritt of Clinton, S.C.; a
brother, Richard Williams of
Chicago, Ill.; four grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
He was preceded in death by his
wife, Frances Roberts Williams.
.Graveside services were held
Oct. 31 at the Florida National
Cemetery in Bushnell. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests that
donations be made to the National
Cancer Society at P.O. Box
22718, Oklahoma City, OK
73123-1718. Condolences to the
family may be posted at
-www.masonfuneralhome.net.

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DONN
Continued from page 1C
daughter, Tiffany Snyder,
working there on a part-time
basis.
Donn said her late husband,
Gene, was her handyman
around the shop and any and-
all other family members could
be relied upon, including her
two other daughters, Kelly
Donn and Gina, to come
running in case of a problem.
Donn, was born and raised
in Pennsylvania, outside of
Pittsburgh. When she was 16
she moved to Kissimmee
where she found a job in a
florist shop. Although she
seemed to possess a natural
aptitude for making floral
arrangements-which she
attributed to her years of doing
arts and crafts-Donn said the
owner of the shop was
unpleasant and did little in the
way of encouraging or
cultivating her young
employee's talents.
"Luckily, there was a
woman working there named
Maria, from Aruba, who took
me under her wing and became
my mentor in the finer points
of the floral business," said
Donn.
Donn's boss' realization of
her employee's talents came
about while the former was
hospitalized for a period of
time. In that interim, an order
came in for flowers for the
funeral of a child.
In her boss' absence, Dont
took charge of preparing all
the floral arrangements for the
solemn memorial.
One day not long after,
when her boss had returned,
the bereaved family members
came to the shop in Kissimmee
and lavished praise on Donn
for the job she had done.
The boss assumed Maria had
done it, but Maria quickly set
the boss straight, telling her the
arrangements had all been
done by Donn.
From that day on, Donn
said, she was treated with new
respect, given her own work
station and given more
responsibility. She also said
that as a result of the praise she
got from that opportunity, she
entertained little doubt about
what she was destined to do in
life.
Aside 'from her 30-plus
years serving Starke's floral
needs, Donn has been a pillar
of the community.
Modest by nature, Donn left
it to Florida Twin Theatre
owner Lee Sparks, who
happened to be visiting' the
shop, to list some of the
former's contributions to
Starke.


Sparks noted among Donn's
contributions to Starke, the
fact that she was the driving
force behind the re-
establishment of the annual
Strawberry Festival which she
coordinated for many years, as
well as the Miss
Bradford/Union Strawberry
Pageant, for 14 years.
Sparks also pointed out that
she helped create and organize
the great Pumpkin Escape.
In addition, she has been
secretary and is currently vice-
president of the Downtown
Business and Community
Association; she had held
every office in the Junior
Woman's Club, and when it
became the Bradford County
Community Women's Club
some 20 years ago, she again
held many offices.
She has been and is still a
Girl Scouts leader; she has
helped organize the Lawtey
Trail Ridge Festival, the
Christmas Craft Show and was
instrumental in the city's
obtaining much needed
benches and trash receptacles.
Donn said she is very
pleased to be passing the
business on to Lesa and Ed
Harkness.
"I wanted someone like us,"
said Donn, "family-oriented
and-caring about customers-I
think I found them."
The Harknesses are also
originally from Pennsylvania.
.Lesa Harkness said she has
25 years experience as a
florist, has won several floral
arrangement contests and
boasted among her regular
customers up north golfer
Arnold Palmer and child TV
host Fred Rogers. Harkness
said her husband will be
handling the bookkeeping.


She said that until around
April of next year the shop will
retain the name of Norma's
Floral Etc.

At the time that the name is
changed, Harkness said that
they will have an open house.
She said that they will honor
any delayed orderS.for. one
year.
In the meantime, long time
acquaintances of Donn's such
as Marie Polk, bookkeeper at
the next-door White and
Reddish accounting firm,.said
that she will miss the florist.
"She was always there when
you needed her-no matter
what the occasion the
deliveries were always there
on time," Polk said. "She
especially helped me during
some hard times, like when my
father passed away."
Polk also said that Done had
a special gift of being able to
create for the customer the
just-right floral arrangement,
even though the customer was
not always exactly sure what
he wanted himself.
Longtime friend Dimple
Overstreet of Dimple's Style
Shop echoed Polk's sentiments
about losing Donn as a local
fixture.
"She has been a fantastic
neighbor in our little corner of
businesses here," she said.
"Whenever you needed
anything she was always
there."
As Donn herself put it, My
customers were always very
special to me and I tried to be
special to them. I try to always
give back to my extended
family here in Starke, just like
they gave to me, enabling me
to be successful here for over
30 years."


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counting or business of-
fices. $350 including utili-
ties and taxes, or all 4 of-
fices for $290 each plus
utilities and taxes. Call
352-275-8531 today for a
walk through.
2/1 HOME, COMPLETELY
RENOVATED. 2 miles
from Starke on North 301.
$87,500,' could be re-
zoned for small business.
Call 352-745-0039.
48
Homes for Sale
FSBO- UPDATED 2/1
O + ACR 'yppli-
" a'cestplus Washer"and
dryer, crown molding,
marble kitchen, land-
scaped, double carport,


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3Ux15 W lrkhollp, IlUlI
and back large porches.
Country setting, $97,900
negotiable. Must sell.
Call 904-964-5019.-
3/1 BRICK HOME 1215
BLENDING ST..
STARKE. Asking 119K.
Call 904-964-6798 or
904-566-6255.
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 $82,000. Call
Marlena at Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-422-0470 or
904-964-922.
3/1 STUCCO HOME AT-
TACHED TO A 1/1 EFFI-
CIENCY. 6 acres with
additional above ground
septic, deep well with
possibility of additional
mobile home or RV. Lo-
cated 2 miles from Starke
on Hwy 100, 134th St.
$184,000, financing pos-
sible with approved credit.
Call John at 904-964-
6305.
2/1 HOME, COMPLETELY
RENOVATED. 2 miles
from Starke on North 301.
$87,500, could be re-
zoned for small business.
Call 352-745-0039. .
2/1 HOME 3 YEARS OLD.
435 N Orange St., Starke.
$87,500, call 352-745-
0039.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
FOR SALE BY OWNER -
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-
quired down payment.
Call 386-546-7475 or
386-325-7848.
I HAVE 2 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE -DWMH and
SWMH, 3/2 and 2/2. You
move, owner financing, I
am not a dealer, 352-283-
8674 or 386-684-1052 or
8 8 8 9"9 9 1 3 8 9.
www.VacantLotsUSA.com.
I WANT YOUR-PRETTY,
UGLY OR UNWANTED
MOBILE HOMES with or
without lot. Fast cash,
quick closing. Call 386-
684-1052 or 352-283-
8674 or 888-999-1389,,
call anytime.,

ROOMS

FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey. $35 Up
Low raily 8 Weekly Rates
Daily Rrr. Service
Micrnwav- CablelHB'O
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


$29,900. Includes deliv-
ery and setup, A/C. Call
Larry at 904-259-1100
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.
LAND FOR SALE 2
ACRES INCLUDES ALL
IMPROVEMENTS, North
of Sanderson. $24,900,
call 904-259-8028.
MUST SELL! SELECTED
2007 FLEETWOOD
MODELS sold at invoice.
Yarborough Mobile
Homes, 904-259-8028.
4/2, 2,001 SQ FT, 2007
FLEETWOOD. $66,900.
Includes upgraded
kitchen package, 21/2 in.
crown molding, furniture
and decor, delivery, set-
up, A/C, skirting, steps.
Call 904-259-0947.
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE
14X50, GOOD CONDI-
TION. AC and heating,
appliances. Asking
$4,000, ready to move.
Call 352-468-1093.
1985 SINGLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOME 1 ACRE
LOT in Union County.
Well, septic, electric.
Deeded 2 home sites
close to RMC. Asking
'$29K/offer/trade. 386-
496-3800 evenings,
leave message.
50
For Rent
$499 MOVE-IN SPECIAL.
2 & 3 BR mobile homes.
Hidden Oaks Manufac-
tured Home Community,
Lake Butler. Call for de-
tails, 386-496-8111.
HOME IN QUIET NEIGH-
BORHOOD'- Great for
y.lung laTiiin :.r retired
couples. Backyard-faces
park for leisurely walking,
3/1.5. Credit check and
credit references re-
quired. Now being reno-
vated inside and out. Not
available until late No-
vember. Call for further
information, $750/mth.
Call 814-257-9825.
LAKE SANTA FE COT-
TAGE, 2/1, WASHER
AND DRYER, YARD
SERVICE INCLUDED.
Dock, boat lift, furnished/
unfurnished. $950/mth,
call 352-468-2386.





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CITY LIMITS. First and
last. S500/mth. Pets OK.
Call 904-368-0191.
DELIGHTFUL 2/1 HOME
SHADED WITH PECAN
TREES. CH/A, storage
shed, washer/dryer hook-
up, garden site. 15484
NE 21st Ave off Bessent
Rd.. Stake Call 904-
472-6256 or 904-384-
8013
TRAILER FOR RENT 2/1
WITH CARPORT. Lake
Alto Estates, $475/mth,
$475/sec. Call 352-468-
1497.
2/1.5 ON LAKE GENEVA.
Service animals only.
First and security. Call
352-473-2919.
2/1 APARTMENT IN
STARKE,. close to
schools, hardwood floors,
central heating and A/C,
electric range, refrigera-
tor, washer/dryer hook-
ups, screened porch, out-
side pets ok. First, last
and security deposit, ref-
erences. $525/mth. Call
904-966-1334.
LAWTEY HOUSE FOR
RENT 2/1 UNFUR-
NISHED. Very nice, CH/
A, centrallylocated. HUD
vouchers welcome. Call
904-829-0518 or 904-
687-5290.
LARGE 2/2 MOBILE
HOME. CH/A, $500/
MTH, $500/DEP. Call
904-964-6445.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOME 1700 sq ft.
Fenced yard, front deck,
screened porch, one acre
on paved road. $850/
mth, 5 minutes from
downtown. Call904-629-
0434.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOME screened
patio and front deck on
one acre with fenced yard
on paved road. Storage
shed, 5' minutes from
downtown, $680/mth.
Call 904-629-0434.
2/1 VERY CLEAN,
LARGE FENCED
YARD IN WALDO, $500/
mth. Call 352-258-4617
or 352-468-3892.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOME LOCATED
IN COUNTRY. No smok-
ing, service animals only.
$700/mth, $700/dep.
Contact Charles
Crawford at 386-496-
2276 or 386-496-3351.
3/2, 1 MILE FROM

FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South only 31i0 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sqft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
Ideal Location,*
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Starke, FL

We Haul Redi-Mixed Concrete
in our l-Yard Mixing Trailer from
our plant to your redi-forms.
$149 per yd + tax. deliveredtG you!
1-yard = 80 sq. ft. at 4" deep


plus security. Call 904-
364-7107.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/1
BROOKLYN LAKE.
$650/mth plus utilities.
Also, Crystal Lake ac-
cess, 3/2, $625/mth plus
utilities.- Call.352-216-
8712.
SMALL MOBILE HOME
FOR RENT IN UNION
COUNTY. Fully fur-
nished. Call after 8pm,
386-719-7017.
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
RENT MOBILE HOME
READY. No travel trailer
or RV. $250/mth, call
904-796-0442.
3/2SWMH-CENTRALAIR
AND HEAT. 10 miles
from Starke, 4 miles from
Lake Butler on SR100.
Call 904-284-9223 or
904-305-8287.
2/1 MOBILE HOME WITH
DECK IN STARKE.

$550/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-473-5214.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3/2
SWMH WALK TO
SCHOOLS. $625/mth,
$625/dep. Call for more
info, 904-214-9448 or
904-626-0874.
2 STORY LAKEHOUSE 3/
3 GARAGE, FULLY
FENCED plus den/office,
12xt0 Florida room, w/d
included. $1,200/mth,
call for details and ap-
pointment, 904-333-
5518.
ROOMMATE NEEDED -
FULLY FURNISHED 4/2,
$300/mth in Sandeison.
All utilities included. Con-
tact Danielle at 386-344-
2636.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
-utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
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,


at the Maylllla nvotl,
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.
RENT TO OWN MOBILE
HOME IN COMMUNITY
SETTING. -No banks,
flexible terms. Lake But-
ler 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.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, Lake Butler, FlI
32054. Ph: 386-496-
3141, TDD/TTY 711.
Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3
&4BR HC&nonHCac-
cessible apartments.
Laundry facility & play-
Sground. Water, sewer &
garbage provided. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartments in
downtown Starke. 1 2/
BR apartment, CH/A,
$500 month. 1st, last, and
security deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
MUST SEE GREAT LO-
CATION. 2/2 remodeled,
washer and dryer in-
cluded. Furnished if
needed, price reduced.
Call 904-887-8451.


Lost/Found
LOST 2 BULLDOGS. 1
BLACK AND WHITE, 1
SOLID BLACK. Reward
offered. Call with info,
386-496-3004. Lost on S
Hwy 121 in Lake Butler.
LOST PET -ANSWERS TO
THE NAME OF SEEKA.
Chihuahua, brown with
black tip tail. Missed very
much. Lost in Starke near
Hairy Business. Please
call with info, 352-468-
3312.

52
Animals & Pets
PUPPIES 6 WEEKS OLD,
WORMED. Mother,
Dachshund and father,
Chihuahua, both on site,
$100. Call 904-964-
1887.
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buythem 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.
53A
Yard Sales
YARD AND BAKE SALE
WILL BE HELD BY
GOOD SHEPHERD
LUTHERAN CHURCH at
331 N. Church Street
from ,8am-lpm on No-
vember 2nd and 3rd.
SATURDAY, 8AM-? 1037
Pine Breeze St. near bos-
pital, look'for signs. Baby,
clothes, furniture and lots
more.
GARAGE SALE RAIN OR
SHINE NOVEMBER
2ND AND 3RD, 8am-
2pm. 17200 Bradford
,Ave., Brooker, adibss
from Brooker Baptist
Church. New and used
stuff, diecast cars, base-
ball bats and gloves,
cookbooks and lots more.
MULTIFAMILY GARAGE
SALE DOUGLAS-ES-


Local Estate Auction

Household & Antiques

Friday, Nov. 2, 7 PM
Keystone Hts. Lion's Club on Orchid Ave. across from High Sch.
1929 Wringer Washer, antique & modern furniture, fridge, freezer, leaded handing lamp,
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TATES, 1222 Harley
Circle. Saturday, Novem-
ber 3rd, 8am-noon. Fea-
turing: women's, men's
and children's clothing,
gently used toys, baby
items including strollers,
jewelry and housewares.
The perfect place to be-
gin your Christmas shop-
ping. TakeSR16towards
prison, Douglas Estates
is pn the left hand side
near end of sidewalks.
HUGE YARD SALE MANY
NEW ITEMS. Furniture
and toys. Pit Stop Cafe
in Lawtey on Hwy 225,
Saturday, 7am-2pm. .
'FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8:30AM 3:00PM.
Clothes, kitchen items,
toys and a lot more. New
and used. One mile be-
hind hospital, East oh
Wilson Rd. (2512 SE
150th St.), follow signs.
GARAGE SALE SATUR-
DAY, NOVEMBER 3,
8AM-2PM. 756 W. Mar-
ket Rd. by Farmer's Mar-
ket. Lott of nice items -
bed, headboard, washer
and dryer, several rolls of
carpet, what-nots, bed-
spread, mini blinds, adult
and children clothes, too
much to list. 904-964-
8592.
PORCH SALE NOVEM-
BER 3RD AND 4TH,
8am-? 150th (Wilson),
follow signs. Inexpensive
decorative paintings -
Think Gifts! PC games,
videos, collectibles, toys,
learning/other books, bi-
cycle. Lotsa stuff, 904-
964-7933.
LAKE HAMPTON OAKS -
9417 SW 69th Ave., Fri-
day and Saturday. Color
TVs, RCA 21" upright
console, $250. 12"
Panasonic, Grumman
canoe, $300. Lowry or-
gan with bench and mu-
sic, $350. Exercise
equipment, electronics,
housewares, etc. Call
352-468-1130.
ANNUALYARD SALE Fri-
day, November 2nd and
Saturday, November 3rd,
9am-? 6 miles west of
Starke on CR229. Baby
clothes and items,
clothes, jewelry, seasonal
decorations, small appli-
ances, finish mower, util-
ity trailer, cookbooks, and
much more.
FRIDAYAND SATURDAY -
MULTIFAMILY. Hospital,
left at First Presbyterian
Church, go 1 mile to NE
21st Ave., turn left, follow
signs.
HUGE YARD SALE SUB-
DIVISION ACROSS
FROM WALMART. Sat-
urday, November 3rd,
8am-? 13948 SE 48th
AveB


House of Starke, 1670 S
Walnut St., storage units
# 74 and 75 Friday, Sat-
urday and Sunday, 10am-
4pm. No early birds. Fur-
niture, housewares,
Christmas decor, set up
for pilot escort service,
pool supplies, new pool,
pump, ladder, electronics
and lots more.
SATURDAY, AM, 8A IN DOU-
GLAS ESTATES off SR
16W. Family Clothes,
Jewelry, Little Tykes,
Train Set.
YARD SALE SATURDAY
ONLY, 8am-3pm. Mov-
ies, DVDs and lots more.
New and used items.
Griffis Loop.
ANNUAL DALEWOOD
SUBDIVISION YARD
SALE. Saturday, Novem-
ber 3rd, 9am till sold out.
Hwy 301, SR16 West, 1
road past the intersection
of Brownlee Rd. and
SR16, take Glendale or
the next Rd., Evergreen.
Furniture, clothes, house-
hold, TV, washer, sports
equipment, vehicle equip-
ment.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
2 FAMILY MOVING SALE -
10/27-10/29 AND 11/2-
11/4. Everything must go.
Furniture, DVDs, videos,
dishes, collectibles, craft
supplies, books and
household items. 7284
CR315.
2 FAMILY GARAGE SALE
POSTMASTERS VIL-
LAGE. 8157 Marion Rd.,
Friday and Saturday,
8am-4pm.
3 FAMILY SALE SATUR-
DAY, 8AM-3PM. 7731
Beachview Street, Key-
stone. From Hwy 100
and SR21 intersection,
South on SR21, 1.25
miles, follow signs.
8AM-1PM, SATURDAY
AND SUNDAY, NOVEM-
BER 3RD AND 4TH.
SR100, 1 mile south of
Gizmo. Antique radio and
tea pot, small appliances,
computer desk, car dolly,
RV stuff, truck tool box,
bric-a-brac, clothes, hun-
dreds of historical ro-
mance paperbacks, lots
more cheap.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop


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Homes starting at $499.00
Water included W/D Hook ups -Fitness Center
*Computer Room Pool Volleyball Court Kids
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Walking distance to school.
Pets Welcome!
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Small & Large Tracts

Josh Crawford Michael Hardee

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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.
FREE PRESCRIPTION
DRUGS FROM U.S.
PHARMACEUTICAL
COMPANIES. Call or
have your doctor call, 1-
800-851-9051.
WASHER AND DRYER
SET, 30 DAY WAR-
RANTY, $175. Side by
side refrigerators, starting
at $150. Also, stoves, dif-
ferent styles. Call 904-
964-8222.
WOOD TABLE, TILE TOP,
4 CHAIRS, $200. Sofa/
loveseat, $250. Refrig-
erator, $125. Gas stove,
$100. American Stan-
dard toilet, $55. Gas wa-
ter heater, $65. 2 solid
wood doors, new, $150
each. Call 352-473-5214.
YANMAR 1720 20HP,
3CYL, POWER SHIFT
TRANSMISSION fully re-
conditioned with new 4'
brush cutter, new 16'
trailer, $5,980 or $138/
mth with 10% down.
Lazenby Equipment, 904-
964-4238.
KENMORE FREEZER UP-
RIGHT, $100 OBO.
Agritrack 4 wheeler,
$1,750 OBO. Call 352-
478-1190 or 352-473-
5355.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,


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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. Matress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Save a lot. Cash and
carry. Call Sonia at 352-
473-7173 or 904-964-
3888.
59
Personal
Services
HANDYMAN FENCE
COMPANY FREE ESTI-
MATES. For all your
fencing needs, call 904-
964-8559.
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.
63
Love Lines
YOUNG, HANDSOME
AND ROMANTIC DOC-
TOR looking for girlfriend,
age 18-28, to travel and
share good times. Send
photos and info to
drtomas2@yahoo.com.
64
Business
Opportunities
MAKE EXTRA MONEY!
Antique and used store in
Melrose looking for ven-
dors. Rent space-to sell
your items. Call 352-475-
1173.
BUSINESS FOR SALE -
ESTABLISHED SAND-
WICH SHOP in
Macclenny, $75,000. Call
904-964-5017 or 904-
370-0418.
AVON $$$ $10 START-UP
FEE, 50% commission.
Call 1-800-806-1558.


UNION


Tree Service


AVON CHRISTMAS SEA-
SON, EARN EXTRA $$$
Start today, $10 start-up
fee, 50% to start. Call
Sherry at 904-964-8851
or 800-269-4216 code 05.
LIQUOR LICENSE -
Bradford County. No
transfer fee.
RealtyMagters, Realtors.
800-523-7651.
65
Help Wanted
CLASS "A" MAINTE-
NANCE MECHANIC
needed for 3rd Shift Main-
tenance Crew. Must have
minimum 5 years experi-
ence. Pay ranges from
$17.87 plus a .26 cent
shift differential pay. We
are afi equal opportunity
employer and a drug free
workplace. We offer
401K, health insurance,
paid holidays and vaca-
tion. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, CR
218 Maxville, FL or fax
resume to 904-289-7736.
FLORIDA DETENTION
SYSTEMS, a specialty
contracting company lo-
cated in Melrose, contin-
ues to seek motivated
and talented employees
for the following positions:
Shop Helper, Welder and
Electronics Assistant.
Competitive wages, out-
standing work environ-
ment and exciting career
opportunities. Call 352-
475-5391, e-mail:
jobs@floridadsi.com.
NEW COMPANY ESTAB-
LISHED AGENTS NEW
RATES. Seeking 0/0,
drivers and fleet owners.
Pull our trailers, Jax./SE/
MW and west. Home on
weekends. No touch
freight. Plate/insurance/
direct deposit. Call 800-
606-8344.
EARLY MORNING NEWS-
PAPER ROUTE Florida
Times Union in Starke/
Waldo area. Must have
dependable transporta-
tion, cash bond. Please
call 904-964-5165 or 888-
810-4524.
POSTAL JOBS $17.38-
$27.58/HR NOW HIR-
ING. For appointment
and free government job
info, call American Asso-
ciation of Labor at 913-
599-8226, 24hrs, emp.
serv.
BRADFORD TERRACE, a
Skilled Nursing Facility is
now accepting applica-


SNow Hiring I
Fulltime Real Estate Professionals


* Retirement Benefits
* Excellent Training Program
* Up to 90/10 Commission Splits
* No Desk Fees
* 50-G Program


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Call Stacy at:


Delivery Available.. (352)498-
0778 Toll free (888)393-0335
code 24
www.GulfCoastSupply.com.
BusinessOpportunities
Vending: Snack/Soda. Locations
available now. Professional
equipment & support. Many
Options. Cash/Finance.
(877)843-8726 BO#2002-037.
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE
Do you earn $800/day? 30
Machines, Free Candy All for
$9,995. (888)629-9968
B02000033. CALLUS: We will
notbe undersold!
RACE FANS Make executive
level income working from your
home or the race track. Live the
racing lifestyle everyday.
www.racngwithincome.com
(800)831-2279.
GREETING CARD
DISTRIBUTORSHIPS! Be
your own Boss. Earn $50K -
$250K/yr. Call Now (8881238-
1635 24/7.
Employment Services
Notice: Post Office Positions
Now Available. Avg. Pay
$20/hour or $57K annually
including Federal Benefits and
OT. Get your exam guide
materials now. (866)713-4492
USWA.FeeReq.
Help Wanted
DRIVERS-MORE MONEY!
Sign-On- Bonus 36-43


cpm/$1.20pm $0 Lease / Teams
Needed Class A + 3 months
recent OTR required (800)635-
8669.
Door to Door Experienced
consumer sales. Looking for
agents,, managers, office
managers. Salary, Benefits 50K
www.familyredersclub.com
enter careers then code F44 or
call (866)547-2320.
Magazine PDS Dealers Finance
company looking for magazine
PDS orders. We are a complete
magazine fulfillment center. Top
dollar paid.
www.familyreadersclub.com
enter careers code F34 or call
(866)547-2320
Magazine-Managers Expanding

in Florida, we require
experienced "Magazine
Managers" or"Shift Managers"
Salary + Bonuses
www.famlyreadersclub.com
enter careers then code F24 or
call (866)547-2320.
CDL-A DRIVERS: Expanding
Fleet offering Regional/OTR
runs. Outstanding PayPackage.
Excellent Benefits. Generous
Hometime. Lease Purchase on
'07 Peterbilts. NATIONAL
CARRIERS (888)707-7729
www.nadonalcaniers.com.
COLONIAL LIFE seeking
market voluntary employee


tons for FTActivity Assis-
tant/CNA, 8:30am-5pm.
Please contact Veronica
Bradley at Bradford Ter-
race, 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 &
11/7 shift. Apply in-per-
son at Bradford Terrace,
808 S. Colley Rd:, Starke,
FL 32091. (904)964-
6220, DFWP/EOE.
DRIVERS TOP PAY &
EXCELLENT
HOMETIME. We train
car haulers. Superior
benefits package. CDL-
A with 2 years OTR ex-
perience. 800-889-8139.
KEYBOARDIST/PIANIST -
Dynamic Pentecostal
Church located in Baker
County looking for anex-
ceptionally skilled
Keyboardist/Pianist. Job
includes Sunday Ser-
vices and Choir Practice.
Music includes Praise
and Worship, hymnals,
contemporary. Must have
an excellent spirit and
love people. Great pay as
well as high energy Spirit
filled services. Call Pas-
tor Mark at 904-614-9369
or email to
markwood@setel.net.
INSTALLERS TRAFFIC
SIGNALS, ROADWAY
LIGHTING, SIGNS.
Clean MVR, drug free.
Keystone Heights, travel
required, EOE. Call 800-
939-7711, PAH Construc-
tors, Inc.
CONCRETE HELP
NEEDED MUST HAVE
EXPERIENCE. Call
Scott at 904-364-7153.
TRAINEES WANTED -
Fully paid training pro-
grams. We are seeking
individuals age 17-34,
H.S. grad, who can be
trained to work in Me-
chanics, Electrical, Avia-
tion, Electronics, Machine
Trades. Placement guar-
anteed for qualified indi-
viduals. Call 1-800-342-
8123, Mon.-Fri.
CARPENTER 40 HRS/
WK, 7:30-4:00. Wages
based on experience and
qualifications. Contact
Frank Knott, 904-284-
8548, Penney Retirement
Community. Drug Free
Work Place & EOE.
PLUMBER 40 HRS/WK,
7:30-4:00. Wages based
on experience and quali-
fications. Contact Frank
Knott, 904-284-8548,
Penney Retirement Com-
munity. Drug Free Work
Place & EOE.
CNA'S NEEDED.FT/PT
FOR. 11PM-7:30AM


SHIFT. Great benefits,
PTO, medical and dental.
New grads welcome.
Macclenny Nursing &
Rehab. Call Sharon or
Melves at 904-259-4873.
PART TIME OPS
RANGER, $8/HR. Rotat-
ing schedule includes
weekends. Maintenance
and computer skills pre-
ferred. Apply at :Gold
Head Branch StatelPark,
352-473-4701.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
Lab MLT/MT-FT, PTand
PRN positions. Competi-
tive salary. For further
information, please visit
our website at www.
lakebutlerhospital.com.
386-496-2323, fax 386-
496-1611. Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity/Drug
Free Workplace.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
Dietary Aide FT.
Housekeeping Aide PT
evenings (waxing and
buffing floors). Person-
nel/Payroll Coordinator,
FT. ER Admissions Clerk,
FT nights. ER Admis-
sionis Clerk, 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.
POSITION AVAILABLE -
FLOOR FINISHER. Ma-
jor cleaning and refinish-
ing functions utilizing
cleaning devices includ-
ing automatic floor equip-
ment, 20" roto, commer-
cial vacuums, 24 oz. wet
mops, wringers and other
necessary equipment.
Must be able to follow
written/oral instructions.
Should have ability to rec-
ognize equipment mal-
functions for safety. Mini-
mum 6 months 1 year
experience in commercial
floor care required. Ap-
ply at Shands Starke, 922
East Call Street, Starke,
FL 32091. 904-368-
2300, EOE/M/F/DN.


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Administrative


Assistant 2

Application Deadline: November 8, 2007

For additional information visit
http://admin.sfcc.edu/-humresourc/ or
call Human Resources at 352-395-5185.


? LlIAKECITY


REGISTRAR
SPECIALIST II
POSITION 8 15HO06
Coordinating and
implementing the
Veterans Administration
Educational Assistance
Programsof the College
and assisting in'general
operations within the
Registrar's Office
Minimum of Associate
degree in appropriate
area, plus one year's
experience; or high
school diploma plus three
years related experience
Deadline for
Applications
Not ember 8. '007
Salarn. $26.269 00
annually, plus benefits
College application
required. Position details
and application available
on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Positions requiring a
degree must also provide
.photocopies of
transcripts. All foreign
transcripts/degrees must
be submitted with an
official translation and
evaluation.
Inquiries:
Human Resources
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


NORTH CAROLINA.
LOCATED ON THE NEW
RIVER IN ASHE COUNTY. 26
LOTS AVAILABLE. PRICES
BEGIN AT $85,000. Century 21
Heritage Realty (336)246-2664 or
(800)8654221
www.c2lheritagerealty.com.
LAKES OF SUMMERVILLE:
Coastal Southern Charm
$159,900. New home ideally
located near historic Charleston
SC. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom. 9'
ceiling. 2 car garage. Call Now!
(888)636-7575
www.lakesofsummerville.com.
VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Log
cabin shell on 2 private acres near
very wide trout stream in the
Galax area and New River State
Park, $139.500 owner (866)789-
8535.
Tennessee Land Sale 20AC- only
$29,900 Subdivision Potential 20
AC/Log Cabin Only $69.900. Sat
Nov 10th Only 2100 sf log cabin
pkg on 20 acre ridgetop w/
spectacular views. 2 miles to
Nicklaus designed golf course.
Near TN River & rec lake. Or 20
acres only $29.900. Excellent
financing. Call today to find out
how to pay NO closing costs
(866)999-2290. x 1628.
Pre-Construction GRAND
OPENING! Dockable Lakelront 5
AC- Only $39,900 SAVE
$10.000! One Day- Sat. Nov 17th
New to market! Spectacular


Check out the Classifieds for a job
fit just for you.

1jetP iiibforb County 1p legfraplj
131 West Call Street Starke, FL
904-964-6305 Fax: 904-964-8628


Out of Area Classifieds


benefit programs to employers.
Call Ar Evans at (954)465-
4370.
Driver: DON'T JUST START
YOUR CAREER, START IT
RIGHT! Company Sponsored
CDL training in 3 weeks. Must
be 21. Have CDL? Tuition
reimbursement! CRST.
(866)917-2778.
Our top driver made $54,780in
2006 runningour Florida region.
Home weekly and during the
week! 401k! Blue Cross/Blue
Shield! I Year OTR experience
required. HEARTLAND
EXPRESS (800)441-4953
www.heanlandexpress.com.
Professional Bodyguard
Opportunities. Earn up to
$200000 per year. Free training.
All traveling expenses paid: No
Felonies. No Experience OK.
(866)271-7779.
www.bodyguardsunlimited.net.
Homes ForRent
3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
$14.000! Only $199/Mo! 5%
down 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy.
5/BR $298/Mo! For listings
(800)366-9783 Ext 5798.
HUD HOMES! 3bdr 2ba
$199/mo! 5/BR Foreclosure!
$298/mo! Stop Renting! 5% dvw
20 yrs @ 80 apr For Listings
(800)366-9783 Ext 5853.
Homes ForSale
3BR/2BA Foreclosure'


$12,000! Only $199/Mo! 5%
down 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy,
4/BR $301/Mo! For listings
(800)366-9783 Ext 5760.
Miscellaneous
DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS children, etc.
Only one signature required!
*Excludes govt. fees! Call
weekdays (800)462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-6pm) Alta
Divorce, LLC. Established
1977.
AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for high paying Aviation
Maintenance Career. FAA
approved program. Financial aid
if qualified Job placement
assistance. CALL Aviation
Institute of Maintenance
(888)349-5387.
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
from home. Medical, business,
paralegal, computers, criminal
justice. Job placement
assistance. Financial aid and
computer provided if qualified.
Call (866)858-2121.
www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com
NOW' AVAILABLE! 2007
POST OFFICE JOBS. $18-
$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE.
PAID TRAINING. FED
BENEFITS. VACATIONS.
CALL (800)910-9941 TODAY!
REF #FLO7.


FINANCED 10-acre estates,
homes only, paved,
underground electric, $89,900.
great value. Limited time offer,
www.1800faland.com Florida
Woodland Group, Inc.
(800)352-5263 Lic RE Broker.
Real Estate
BEAUTIFUL N. CAROLINA.
ESCAPE TO BEAUTIFUL
WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA MTS FREE Color
Brochure & Information
MOUNTAIN PROPERTIES
Cc;i-, .e ir ulir H p,,:
acreage. CHEROKEE
MOUNTAIN GMAC REAL
ESTATE...
cherokeemounlainrealty.com
Call for free brochure (800)841-
5868.
IST TIME OFFERED
Colorado Mountain Ranch. 35
ACRES $49.900. Priced for
Quick Sale. Overlooking a
majestic lake. beautifully treed,
360 degree mountain views.
adjacent to national forest. EZ
Terms.(866)353-4807.
AFFORDABLE LAKE
PROPERTIES On pristine
34,000 acre Norris Lake Over
800 miles of wooded shoreline
Four Seasons- Call (888)291-
5253 Or visitLakeside Really
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.


Florida Real Estate NEW DEVELOPMENT IN
FLORIDA LAND OWNER THE MOUNTAINs OF


CUOSIUMER SERVICE
AND PRODUCTION
PERSONNEL with good
attendance and punctual-
ity records. Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 N. Temple
Ave., Starke. No phone
calls.
ACCOUNTANT- STAFF
POSITION FOR KEY-
SSTONE HEIGHTS CPA
F)RM. May be full-time
or part time depending on
your needs. Respond to
PO Box 1149, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656.
MILL SECRETARY
NEEDED. Excel and
Word required. Pay
$12.00 to $13.00. EEO
and Drug Free Co. 401K,
health/dental insurance,
paid holidays and vaca-
tions. Apply in person at
Gilman Building Prod-
ucts, CR 218 in Maxville,
FL or fax resume to 904
289-7736.
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
salaryis $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,I 3pm-
11:30pm. Starting salary
will be $7.75/hr. Ameri-
can Access Technologies,
a sheet metal fabrication
company located in Key-
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-


waterfront acreage on Lake
Dannelly! Park- like .:n;..
gorgeous AL location. -', -
gated community. Excellent,
financing. Must see. Call now &
ask how to PAY NO CLOSING'
COSTS! (800)564-5092, x.904.
Luxurious Italian Villas. each:
unique and hand-crafted, in our
La Campanella residential
community with spa and:
restaurant on premise. located in
Southwest Colorado nestled
laird LrNi ,.T. k.,,e iii.: T
is an outstanding opponunill for
real estate investments and 2nd
home buyers. Durango was
recently named to America's
Dozen Distinctive Destinations
and preserved communities. Visit
us
www.lacampanelladurango.comn
FL orcall(970)769-3769.
NC Mountain Log Homes starting
at $189.900. 3 bed. 2 bath.
Approx. 1340 sq. ft. Premier
Mountain Properties.
uwwjimmnrdagenhan.com
(828)2840985.
Steel Buildingt
STEEL BUILDING SAll.:!
"Manufacturer Direct!" Itikc
Now ordeposit holds till \prilb I
All models and siue ire aijil able
ai "Ro k Bouonom Pnce,'" I'iPonc
(X80)668-5422.


YARD SALE, NOVEMBER 'We Specialize i Dangeros Trees"
3RD 8am- pm Bradford eSecializenDag sTrees Keystone Hauling &

renschol size 7-10s NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMA Handyman Service LLC
sirts and jeans 5-7. A Licensed & Insured Residential & Commercial :- er
few adult clothes arnd .

MO SALE EVERY For the Best Prices & Job for ALL your tree care needs contact C t .pa*Tre
THINGMUSTGO. Handi Owner: Albert at 386-867-0214 or 386-496-2006 I *"PRssWa i Tg it e StnUp
*OddIbs -iTralmiR
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*GardenmRalulilq n FmsrrtxdForSaie
T.RE. Apartments F*radari Wo rMk M-viEdra is

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida. Owner: Kerry Whitfird
Quick Copy : """"'-"=- """", :, m aa )
Newly Remodeled i WA FloridaWorks will be costing a job fair for The *

2 & 3 Bedrooms Available Waldo Travel Center for positions with Arby's and

R.nt based on Incon Sunoco. The job fair will be held at the Secure your future...
Water, S e.er. FloidaWorks Office, Friday, Nov. 2, from 9 am to i the Classifieds
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas in the ClassIfieds.
Omc Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m. 2 pm, 819 S. Walnut St. orcall 904-964-8092 to.
Call (904) 964-7133 pre-register and complete application.,

vu T,, u 5 33 38.. .... : www.FloridaWorksOnline.com -


tors, laborers-valid Driv--
ers license a Must! Flax -
resume c. 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 Retirenlent Comrn:-;
munity. Drug Free Work'
Place and EOE. -.
SILKSCREENER- SHEET-7.
METAL FABRICATION--:
company interested in-r:
experienced silkscreener-
or individual willing to'.
train. Full time, good ben-':
efits. DFWP, 352-473- .:
4984.
SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-.
berglass m-anulacluring
and trimming hill train
Full time 40 hour week..
Apply in person at U S'
Body Source, 1.5 milesf2
South of Hampton on CR:
325.
CAREGIVER CNA and/or-:
2 years experience work-:-
ing with elderly or dis-:--
abled clients. 2 or 3 days.
per week. Su-El's Retire-'-
ment Home, Hampton.':
Phone 352-468-2619.
PART TIME SITE MAN-,
AGER 20 hrs per week-
5 days per week. Call fo2.
interview, 904-964-22225:.:-
ELECTRICIAN WITH expe--:
rience, Prestige Electric::.-"
Call 352-745-0650.
EXTENSION AGENT 4-H-.
YOUTH DEVELOP:.-
MENT; Bradford Couny -
Bachelors degree i-.
quired, Master's pie.
ferred. Complete job re..
quirements may be ob:';
trained online at http://:;
personnel.ifas.ufl.eduuF
jobs_countyvacancies '
status.shtml or by calling-~i
the Bradford County Ex-7"
tension Office at 966-:'t
6224. Pos.i onopen unil-
11/15/07 or until tlea


















A LAKE CITY


DIRECTOR- "
BUSINESS
SERVICES
Insol.ed in the overall
general financial
operaltons of the college.
This position is
responsible for the
parToll operauon, receipT"
and disbursement of all
funds and the
maintenance of an
accounting system to
compl) sih federal and.
state las, rules,
regulations. and Board -
policies and procedures.
Minimum Qualificatlons.,
Current CPA Certicate; -
Bachelor's Degree
in business
admintstraton or related
field plus at least three .
.3) years experience in
financial and
accounting operations in
supervisory capacity.
Must be bondable.
Computer literate
required. -,
Salary: Negotiable -
Application Deadline:
Open until filled
Position details and
applications
available on web at
www.lakecitycc.edu.
All foreign _
transcripts/degrees must.
be submitted with an
official translation and -
evaluation. -
Inquiries: Human -
Resources
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314:
Fax: (386) 754-4594 -
Email: -
boettcherg@lakecitycc.
edu
LCCC is accredited by -
the Commission
On Colleges of the
Southern Associatioi of -
Colleges and Schools. '
VP/ADA/EA/EO -
College in Education
& Employment.


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Nov. 1, JRAPH, i I.c-o & MONIi .-SECTION Page 9C


i SANTA FE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Sponsored by

Santa Fe Community

College

SSFCC Endowment

Corporation

SNorth Florida Regional

Chamber of Commerce

City of Starke


Saturday & Sunday

October 20 & 21, 2007






Partial Funding by:

Bradford County

Tourism Development

Council

Florida Department of

State Division of

Cultural Affairs


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Festival Staff
Kathryn Lehman,
Coordinator
Kathryn Russ,
Program Assistant
Susan Miller,
Artist Liaison
Sarita Plirnmer,
Student Assistant
Contributors
All the Residents of Walnut Street
Best Western .of Starke
Rev. Terry Blakeslee
Bradford County Commissioners
Bradford County Public Library
Bradford County Telegraph
Bradford County Tourist Development
Cheryl Canova
Community State Bank
Everyman Sound
Kim Feigenbaum
First Baptist Church of Starke
First Unitqd lM.ethiodis Ch-rurcn ,of Siarke
.Fluhda ouin'Challengeicaderiiy .,
Group 5
Jones Funeral Home
Kiwanis Club
Lawtey Correctional Institute
John Miller
New River Correctional Institute
Rotary Club of Starke
Santa Fe Community College
Ambassadors
College Relations
Office for Development
Printing Services
Mailroom
Andrews Center
Physical Plant
Little School
Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q of Starke
Strawberry Tea Room
Sun State Sanitation, Inc.
Starke City Commissioners.
Starke Health Department
Starke Police Department
Starke Shriners' Club
Starke Woman's Club
Teal Tile & Carpet Carpet One
Vicki Teal
WEAG Eagle Country
Western Steer Family Steak House
Whole Earth Granary
Tyffany Wishart- SFCC Purchasing dept.
Entertainment
Bass Kountry Cloggers
Branford High School Pulse Dancers
Emmett Carlisle
Christian Artists' Music Association Inc.
Dance Alive Next Generation
-5:17 (New Creature)
Gainesville.Youth Chorus
Lightsoldiers
Lost Safari Drummers
Trevis Prince
Edy Richman
Amanda Spires
Starke Academy of Dance
Maria Stephenson
USA Gymnastics of Florida, Inc.
Kuniko Yamamoto
Volunteers
Steve Akridge
Mike Barber
Rev. Terry Blakeslee
Stephen Brown
Cheryl Canova
Shelley Carroll
Angie Carter
Bob Clayton
Scooter Colee
Kristin Corbin
Kristin Corkhill
Mark Crawford
Saloni Desai
Alexandria Digiacomo
Leann Erdman
Amanda Gathright


Cindy Grandmaison
Michelle Green
Robert Green
Kathyleen Hardage
Jo Ann Harrington
Toni Keene
Hazel King
Chuck Kramer
Lyn Kramer
Mary Kramer
Louis A. Mann
Amber Mattox
Jese McClellan
Teri McClellan
Michael McCray
Nevada McGill-Smith
Dot Moore
Cathy Mott
Phil Nguyen
Nancee Oftelie
April Padgett
Ana Padron
Alex Palazzi
Chad Parmenter
Jean Perkins
Freeman & Paula Register
Faye Ricker
Ashley Ricks
Candace Robinson
Jessica Robinson
Joan Rogers
Olivia Scott
Colleen Scott-Hall
Cliff Smelley
Ruth Snyder
Shanna Swiers
Chris Swilley
Jamie Ward
Courtney Williams
Evelyn Womack
Jurors
Joanne Platte
Patricia Telesco
Purchase Awards
Community State Bank
Kathyleen Hardage
Roundtree Bonding Agency, Inc.
Shands at Starke
Susan Miller

Food Vendors
Kiwanis
Philadelphia Missionary Baptist Church,
Lawtey
Rotary Club of Starke
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Lawtey
Starke Shriners' Club
Starke Woman's Club
First United Methodist Church
Artist Award Winners
Best of Show
Deane P. Kellogg
St. Augustine, FL
Awards of Excellence
Greg Engler
Ocala, FL'
Millard Griffis
Starke, FL
Jack Rawlins
Deland, FL
Roberta Thomas
Palm Coast, FL
SFCC Award
Virginia Chen
Gainesville, FL
John Lacy
Seymour, IN
Spring Arts House Patrons'Award
Errol Bruce
Gainesville, FL
Awards of Distinction
Arthur Dillard
Bradenton, FL


Kana Handel
Gainesville, FL
Albert Jonas
Plantation, FL
Bob Senesac
Archer, FL
Bradford County Patrons'Award .
Gabriel Ajayi
Atlanta, GA
Special Thanks
Jeanie Baker
Rev. Terry Blakeslee
Cheryl Canova
Chuck Clemons
Cityof Starke
First Baptist Church of Starke
First United Methodist Church of Starke
Steve Futch
Harry Hatcher
Linda Johns
Major J.M. Johnson
John Miller
Jeff O "dy" :"'..'.." ":: .- *
Earl Ray
Carolyn Reddish
Joan Rogers
Jackson Sasser
Starke Police Department
Starke Shriners Club
Starke Women's Club
Joan Suchorski
Vicki Teal
Ricky Thompson
Evelyn Womack
Bradford County Schools
Student Art Contest
Winners
Bestof Show
Nolan Freeman
Ms. Marshall, 3rd Grade
Hampton Elementary School
_ Pre-K-3rd Grade
First Place
Ms. Chandler's Class
Kindergarten
Starke Elementary School
Stefanie Staley
Ms. Clark, 1st grade
Hampton Elementary School
-Second Place
Rainbow Center Students
Starke
Hayleigh.Wexler
Ms. Shroeger, 2nd Grade
Starke Elementary
Third Place
Garett O'Berry
Ms. Caren, Kindergarten
Lawtey Community School
Christie Mosebar
Mrs. Miller, Kindergarten
Southside Elementary School
Fourth Place
Dayshawn Samons
Ms. Pendarvas, 2nd Grade
Lawtey Community School
Amber Caldwell
Ms. Johnson, 3rd Grade
Southside Elementary School
Fifth Place
Daniel Calloway
Mrs. Durrance, 3rd Grade
Lawtey Community School
Veronica Akins
Ms. Green, 2nd Grade
Starke Elementary School


Fourth and Fifth Grades
First Place
Kristapher James
Ms. Alvarez, 4th Grade
Lawtey Community School
Second Place
Brian Pietro
Ms. Alvarez, 4th Grade
Lawtey Community School
Shaleigh Peterson
Ms. Damon, 5th Grade
Hampton Elementary School
Ashley Ramdham
Ms, Addison, 5th Grade
Lawtey Community School
Third Place
Katie Morris
Ms. Selph, 5th Grade
Lawley Community School
Fourth Place
Jon Norman
Ms. Addison, 5th Grade
Lawtey-Community School


Middle School
First Place,
Laci Herry
Mrs. Dixon, 6th Grade
Bradford Middle School
Second Place
Brittany Toms
Ms. Dixon, 6th Grade
Bradford Middle School
Third Place
Jennifer Cline
Ms. Dixon, 8th Grade
Bradford-Middle School
Tori Lampp
Ms. Dixon, 8th Grade
Bradford Middle School
Cayleigh Brown
Ms. Dixon, 6th Grade
Bradford Middle School
Fourth Place
Lori Hornbeck
Ms. Dixon, 8th Grade
Bradford Middle School
High School
First Place
Cadet Alex E.
Florida Youth Challenge Academy
Caleb Smith
Mrs. Brewer, 10th Grade
Bradford High School
Second Place
Teneria Williams
Mrs. Brewer, 12th Grade
Bradford High School
Third Place
Rachel Baier
Mrs. Brewer, 9th Grade
Bradford High School
Fourth Place
Jessica Konig
Mrs. Brewer, 11th Grade
Bradford High School

Partial Funding provided by State of
Florida Department of State,
CulturalAffairs Grant
And Bradford County Tourist
Development Grant


A Special Thanks to all the artists.for being such an

important part of the festival!


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